References

I would like to thank everyone in my History 5554 class with Dr. Sasha Mullally for their guidance and support during this project.

I would also like to thank the New Brunswick Provincial Archives for their contribution.

Sources and Items of Interest:

http://www.jstor.org.proxy.hil.unb.ca/sici?sici=0002-8762%281995%29100%3A1%3C21%3ABATVBA%3E2.0.CO%3B2-W&origin=openly;oclc;worldcat.org

Blanchard, Mary W. 1995. “Boundaries and the Victorian Body: Aesthetic Fashion in Gilded Age America”. The American Historical Review. 100 (1): 21-50.

Cohen, D.J., M. Frisch, P. Gallagher, S. Mintz, K. Sword, A.M. Taylor, W.G. Thomas, and W.J. Turkel. 2008. “Interchange: The Promise of Digital History”. Journal of American History. Bloomington. 95 (2): 452-491.

Diamond, Ellen. “Fashion Retailing: A multichannel approach.”(Pearson Prentice Hall:Wisconsin.2006)

Little, C. 2010. “Elegantly Attired. Victorian Fashion in Coastal Maine”. Ornament. 33 (3): 48-51.

Macdonald, Sharon. 2006. A companion to museum studies. Malden, MA: Blackwell Pub. http://site.ebrary.com/id/10249181.

PANB New Brunswick History Publications: MC80-1254-(52-1161)

PANB Assorted Photo Acquisitions #1: P1-54-(1-18)

PANB Assorted Photo Acquisitions #1: P1-79-(3-5)

PANB Assorted Photo Acquisitions #1: P1-86-4

PANB Assorted Photo Acquisitions #1: P1-(94-133A)

PANB Assorted Photo Acquisitions #2: P2-(284-288)

PANB Caraquet Shippegan photos: P4-5-(13-74)

PANB George Taylor fonds: P5-(3-241)

PANB Andrew and Joan Gunter fonds: P561-12

PANB Tait Famly fonds: P596-23

PANB John Trainer Photographs: P598-(3-5)

PANB Norma ( Kertson) Martin fonds: P615-5w

PANB Forbes Elliot Photographs: P632-(2w-11w)

PANB Ross Davidson fonds: P633- (2-23w)

PANB Bradford family: Charlotte County WW1 Soldiers: P638- 5

PANB Gary Perkins fonds: P644- 4

PANB Eleanor Allen fonds: P665- (40-116)

PANB Miller Family fonds: P671- (5-B5)

PANB Greg Riordon Fonds: P676- 13

Scarisbrick, D. 2010. “Jewellery in the Age of Queen Victoria. A Mirror to the World, C. Gere and J. Rudoe”. BURLINGTON MAGAZINE. 152 (1292): 751.

 “Where is Vinland?” [part of] Great Unsolved Mysteries in Canadian History (Heritage Canada/University of Victoria, 2010). Available online at: http://www.canadianmysteries.ca/sites/vinland/indexen.html

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