Discovering New Brunswick

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Formac Publishing Company Limited, Apr 19, 2002 - History - 72 pages
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In Discovering New Brunswick, travel writers Marianne and H.A. Eiselt celebrate the natural landscape, the fine architectural heritage, towns and villages, festivals and events that bring New Brunswick's communities together each year.

This full colour souvenir book covers all four corners of the province, examining their geography, people and history. Highlights include Hopewell Rocks, the Saint John Market, St Andrews-by-the-Sea, the St. Stephen's Chocolate Festival, the Miramichi Irish Festival, and the Sussex Balloon festival. Full colour photographs accompany the descriptive text that follows the main tourist routes as shown on provincial maps.

Discovering New Brunswick is an engaging excursion through New Brunswick's uniquely beautiful landscapes.

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H.A. EISELT is a passionate hiker and photographer who has explored many parts of the province. Previous books include the New Brunswick Colourguide and Hiking New Brunswick with his wife, Marianne. They live in Fredericton.canadian author

MARIANNE EISELT is a passionate who have explored many parts of the province with her husband, H.A. Eislet. She lives in Fredericton.Canadian Author

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