Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu (Quebec)



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Boats and shipping

The file contains information on various boats, largely on the Richelieu River, from around the 1870s to the 1910s. Included among the boats pictured are the Island Queen, the Ojibway, the Missisquoi, a schooner captained by W. Montgomery, the Daisy, an unidentified barge, the Windsor, and the Majestic. Also pictured is the Richelieu Bridge and possibly St. Johns wharf.

Benjamin Vaughan

The file contains information on the life of Benjamin Vaughan in Connecticut and St. John's (now Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu) from 1778 to 1853. It consists of reproductions of a court judgement declaring Benjamin Vaughan an enemy of the United States and for the seizure of his property, a letter from Benjamin Vaughan and James Bissett regarding the salary for a clergyman, and a record of obligation of Benjamin Vaughan to Charles Pierce.

Commisartiat, St. John's

The file contains information on the Commissariat at Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu. It consists of reproductions of correspondence with the commissariat, largely regarding militia rations and other provisions, as well as correspondence with Herbert Derick.

Steamer Island Queen

Item is a photograph of the Island Queen on the Richelieu River, with people visible on the deck, taken in 1898. Captained by Benjamin V. Naylor.

St. John's Richelieu

The subseries contains primary source material on newspapers published in St. John's (now Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu) from 1852 to 1921. It consists of three numbers of the News and Eastern Townships Advocate from 1852 to 1904, and a map of the Richelieu River between the harbour of St. John's and Pointe à la Mule lights from 1921.