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Construction of the schooner Nettie C. in Saulnierville, N.S.

Topic: Commercial Enterprises and other livelihoods

Date: [ca. 1919]

Reference: Harold Robichaud Collection Centre Acadien Series A, photo 11


A cargo manifest from the schooner Basile, built in Belliveau Cove, NS

Topic: Commercial Enterprises and other livelihoods

Date: 1906

Reference: Fonds Benjamin J. Belliveau & Co Centre Acadien MG 28, box 17, folder 113


The E. P. Thériault, a three-masted schooner built in Belliveau's cove, NS

Topic: Commercial Enterprises and other livelihoods

Date: [ca. 193-]

Reference: Centre acadien Collection Centre Acadien Photo 1


The Lady Francine, one of the boats belonging to Comeau Sea Foods

Topic: Commercial Enterprises and other livelihoods

Date: [ca. 1963]

Reference: Collection Albert Melanson Centre Acadien Photo 4


Fishermen's cabins and Cape Islanders in Cape Saint Mary’s, NS

Topic: Commercial Enterprises and other livelihoods

Date: 1950

Reference: John Collier’s Collection Centre Acadien Photo 36


The Raymond sawmill in Meteghan Station, NS

Topic: Commercial Enterprises and other livelihoods

Date: [ca. 1905]

Reference: Collection Harold Robichaud Centre Acadien Series B, photo 6


Loading pulpwood on board a ship in Clare

Topic: Commercial Enterprises and other livelihoods

Date: [ca. 1950]

Reference: John Collier Collection Centre Acadien 


Railway construction in Saulnierville-Station, NS

Topic: Commercial Enterprises and other livelihoods

Date: [ca. 1880]

Reference: Harold Robichaud Collection Centre Acadien Series A, photo 4


Minnie (LeBlanc) Geddry hangs a mailbag for pick-up by a passing train, in Maxwelton, NS

Topic: Commercial Enterprises and other livelihoods

Date: [ca. 1948]

Reference: Harold Robichaud Collection Centre Acadien Series A, photo 51


Women peeling potatoes for canned clam chowder at the Frank E. Davis Fish Plant in New Edinburgh, NS

Topic: Commercial Enterprises and other livelihoods

Date: Sep-51

Reference: John Collier Collection Centre Acadien Photo 33


Villagers in front of a general store in Meteghan, NS

Topic: Commercial Enterprises and other livelihoods

Date: [ca. 1915]

Reference: Harold Robichaud Collection Centre Acadien Series A, photo 49


Riverport Motor Works, Meteghan-River, NS

Topic: Commercial Enterprises and other livelihoods

Date: [ca. 1918]

Reference: Harold Robichaud Collection Centre Acadien Series A, photo 37


Employees in front of the Meteghan creamery, Meteghan, NS

Topic: Commercial Enterprises and other livelihoods

Date: [ca. 1915]

Reference: Harold Robichaud Collection Centre Acadien Series B, photo 16


Wooden box factory owned by E. M. Comeau and Sons

Topic: Commercial Enterprises and other livelihoods

Date: 1912

Reference: Harold Robichaud Collection Centre Acadien Series B, photo 15


Jérémie (Jerry) Comeau’s Blacksmith Shop, Chicago, Illinois

Topic: Commercial Enterprises and other livelihoods

Date: 1906-1920

Reference: Centre acadien Collection Centre Acadien Photo 3


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