Fredericton, NB Photos

Fredericton still maintains its small town, colonialist ambiance. The area was long noted by the French for its good farmland reachable via the St John River. However, the first significant growth came in 1783 as Americans loyal to the British crown fled the revolutionary United States. By 1785, the safety against attack, afforded by being inland, caused the city to be named the capital of the new province of New Brunswick.

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New Brunswick Provincial Parliament. Fredericton, NB.Stone building of Historic Garrison District. Fredericton, NB.Guard House of Fredericton Military Compound. Fredericton, NB.Bedding of Imperial soldiers in Guard House of Fredericton Military Compound. Fredericton, NB.
New Brunswick Provincial Parliament (1880). Fredericton, NB. Stone building of Historic Garrison District. Fredericton, NB.Guard House (1828) of Fredericton Military Compound. Fredericton, NB.Bedding of Imperial soldiers in Guard House of Fredericton Military Compound. Fredericton, NB.
Interpreter in office of Guard House of Fredericton Military Compound. Fredericton, NB.Soldiers' Barracks now crafts shops at Fredericton Military Compound. Fredericton, NB.York-Sunbury Historical Society Museum part of Fredericton Military Compound. Fredericton, NB.Fredericton City Hall. Fredericton, NB.
Interpreter in office of Guard House of Fredericton Military Compound. Fredericton, NB.Soldiers' Barracks (1826) now crafts shops at Fredericton Military Compound. Fredericton, NB.York-Sunbury Historical Society Museum part of Fredericton Military Compound. Fredericton, NB.Fredericton City Hall. Fredericton, NB. Style: Victorian Romanesque.
City Hall over fountain. Fredericton, NB.John Thurston Clark Memorial Building or NB Sports Hall of Fame. Fredericton, NB.Christ Church Cathedral. Fredericton, NB.Entrance of Christ Church Cathedral. Fredericton, NB.
City Hall over fountain. Fredericton, NB.John Thurston Clark Memorial Building (503 Queen St.) or NB Sports Hall of Fame. Fredericton, NB. Style: Second Empire.Christ Church Cathedral (1845-53) (168 Church St.). Fredericton, NB. Style: Gothic Revival.Entrance of Christ Church Cathedral. Fredericton, NB.
Stained glass window of Christ Church Cathedral. Fredericton, NB.Stained glass Saint John with chalice & serpent in Christ Church Cathedral. Fredericton, NB.Stained glass St. James the Greater with staff & water gourd in Christ Church Cathedral. Fredericton, NB.Stained glass St. Peter with keys & book in Christ Church Cathedral. Fredericton, NB.
Stained glass window of Christ Church Cathedral. Fredericton, NB.Stained glass Saint John with chalice & serpent in Christ Church Cathedral. Fredericton, NB.Stained glass St. James the Greater with staff & water gourd in Christ Church Cathedral. Fredericton, NB.Stained glass St. Peter with keys & book in Christ Church Cathedral. Fredericton, NB.
Stained glass St. Thomas with spear & book in Christ Church Cathedral. Fredericton, NB.Stained glass St. Philip with cross & book in Christ Church Cathedral. Fredericton, NB.Stained glass Biblical scenes in Christ Church Cathedral. Fredericton, NB.The Rectory home of literary Roberts family. Fredericton, NB.
Stained glass St. Thomas with spear & book in Christ Church Cathedral. Fredericton, NB.Stained glass St. Philip with cross & book in Christ Church Cathedral. Fredericton, NB.Stained glass Biblical scenes in Christ Church Cathedral. Fredericton, NB.The Rectory (1829) (734 George St.) home of literary Roberts family. Fredericton, NB. Style: Georgian.
Bliss-Beckwith house. Fredericton, NB.Georgian house. Fredericton, NB.William Odell house farm cottage. Fredericton, NB.Gothic revival house with sculpted bargeboard. Fredericton, NB.
Bliss-Beckwith house (c1800) (750 George St.). Fredericton, NB. Style: Georgian.Georgian house (837 George St.). Fredericton, NB.William Odell house (c1855) (758 George St.) farm cottage. Fredericton, NB.Gothic revival house with sculpted bargeboard. Fredericton, NB.
Greek revival house on Church St. Fredericton, NB.193 Church St. Fredericton, NB.193 Church St. Fredericton, NB.811 George St. Fredericton, NB.
Greek revival house on Church St. Fredericton, NB.193 Church St. Fredericton, NB.193 Church St. Fredericton, NB.811 George St. Fredericton, NB.
Woodworked detail of 811 George St. Fredericton, NB.Carriage House Inn. Fredericton, NB.Second Empire house on University St. Fredericton, NB.. Fredericton, NB.
Woodworked detail of 811 George St. Fredericton, NB.Carriage House Inn (230 University St.). Fredericton, NB.Second Empire house on University St. Fredericton, NB.(221 Church St.). Fredericton, NB.
Sterling House now Office of the Ombudsman. Fredericton, NB.House on Church St. Fredericton, NB.

Sterling House now Office of the Ombudsman (767 Brunswick St.). Fredericton, NB.House on Church St. Fredericton, NB.


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