Tappan Adney : and the heritage of the St. John River Valley / Keith Helmuth.Material type: BookPublisher: Woodstock, N. B. : Chapel Street Editions, c2017Description: xvi, 91 p. : ill., maps, newspaper clippings, photos, ports., sketches ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9781988299082.Subject(s): Adney, E. Tappan (Edwin Tappan), 1868-1950 | Americans -- New Brunswick -- Woodstock -- Biography | Malecite Indians -- Boats -- Saint John River Valley (Me. and N.B.) -- History | Saint John River Valley (Me. and N.B.) -- HistoryDDC classification: 971.552 H481
|Item type||Current location||Call number||Status||Date due|
|New Brunswick Collection / Collection néo-brunswickoise||971.552 H481 (Browse shelf)||Not for loan|
|971.552 C787K Knowlesville II:||971.552 D571 A dig in Florenceville's past/||971.552 H427 History of Victoria Corner then and now/||971.552 H481 Tappan Adney :||971.552 H673 A history of the Glassville Settlement /||971.552 H673 History of Argyle and vicinity /||971.552 H673 History of Argyle and vicinity /|
v. 46, no. 2 (Summer 2017) Selected Accessions List -- History
Includes bibliographical references (p. 87-88)
Wolastoq and Meduxnekeag : Woodstock grows where rivers meet -- Tappan Adney comes to Woodstock -- Adopting a family and discovering the wilderness -- Tappan Adney meets Peter Joe building a canoe at Lane's Creek -- The lure of the wilderness and the natural history market -- Reporting the Klondike Gold Rush : a journalistic coup -- Minnie Bell Sharp and Tappan Adney -- Between Woodstock and New York -- At home in upper Woodstock : the orchard business and the music business -- Serving in the army and working in Quebec -- An aspiring politician and a working artist -- Preservation of the birchbark canoe -- Home to Woodstock and the St. John River Valley -- The Mariners' Museum acquires Adney's canoes -- Maliseet language research -- Defending the rights of the Maliseet : the Peter Paul case and beyond -- Working with the New Brunswick Museum -- George Frederick Clarke and Tappan Adney : cooperation and conflict over local archaeology -- The scholar in the woods and befriending wildlife -- The canoe book in limbo and Howard Chapelle to the rescue.