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Bibliography of Books and Articles about New Brunswick Literature, Culture, and the Arts

The books and articles below take a scholarly or critical approach to New Brunswick literature, language, culture, and the arts. For bibliographic sources on individual authors, please see subject entries in the encyclopedia.

For ease of reading and quick reference, the bibliography below is divided into the following sections:

1. Literary Criticism – General Studies
2. Literary/Cultural History – General Studies
3. Literary Memories & Reminiscences
4. Drama & Theatre
5. Children’s Literature
6. Publishing, Printing, & Literary Magazines
7. Media, Journalism, & Newspapers
8. Language & Literacy
9. Bibliography, Libraries, & History of the Book
10. Music & Folklore
11. Art, Architecture, & Material Culture
12. Pedagogy & Universities/Schools
13. First Nations
14. Political Economy & Cultural/Arts Government Policy
15. Acadian Literature – General Studies

1. literary criticism - general studies

Bailey, A.G. “Creative Moments in the Culture of the Maritime Provinces.” Dalhousie Review 29 (October 1949): 231-44.

---. Culture and Nationality. Carleton Library 58. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1972.

---. “Literature and Nationalism After Confederation.” Culture and Nationality. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1972. 58-74.

Bauer, Nancy. “Remembering the Ice-House Gang.” Arts Atlantic 26 (Summer 1986): 48-50.

“Biographical Sketches of New Brunswick Authors.” Arts in New Brunswick. Ed. R.A. Tweedie, Fred Cogswell, and W. Stewart MacNutt. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1967. 95-106.

Cameron, Donald. “The Maritime Writer and the Folks Down Home.” Canadian Literature 68-69 (1976): 113-121.

Chevarie, Carol Anne. “A Brief History and Bibliography of the Fredericton Tuesday Night Writers, 1966-1983.” M.A. thesis.  U of New Brunswick, 1984.

Clark, Peter D. A Treasury of New Brunswick Art and Stories. Durham Bridge, NB: Penniac Books, 1997.

Cogswell, Fred. “The Development of Writing [in New Brunswick].” Arts in New Brunswick. Ed. R.A. Tweedie, Fred Cogswell, and W. Stewart MacNutt. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1967. 19-32.

---. “English Poetry in New Brunswick Before 1880.” A Literary and Linguistic History of New Brunswick. Ed. R. Gair, et al. Fredericton: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1985. 107-116.

---. “English Prose Writing in New Brunswick: World War I to the Present.” A Literary and Linguistic History of New Brunswick. Ed. R. Gair, et al. Fredericton: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1985. 229-244.

---. “Literary Activity in the Maritime Provinces (1815-1880).” Literary History of Canada. Ed. Karl F. Klinck, et al. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1965. 102-24.

---. “Some Notes on the Development of Regional Fiction in the Maritimes.” The Atlantic Anthology. Vol. 3, Critical Essays. Ed. Terry Whalen. Charlottetown: ECW/Ragweed, 1985. 192-200.

---. “Until Time Erodes Bad Art, Maritime Writers Must Persevere.” The Globe and Mail (14 January 1978): 6.

Conway, Don.  “Early English Prose Writing in New Brunswick.” A Literary and Linguistic History of New Brunswick. Ed. R. Gair, et al. Fredericton: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1985. 213-227.

Cormier, Audrey.  “Regionalism in the Fiction of Alistair MacLeod, Alden Nowlan, and David Adams Richards.” M.A. thesis. U of New Brunswick, 2000.

Creelman, David. Setting in the East: Maritime Realist Fiction. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s UP, 2003.

Davies, Barrie. “Dulce vs. Utile: The Kevin O'Brien Syndrome in New Brunswick Literature.” Studies in Canadian Literature 11.2 (1986): 161-167.

---. “English Poetry in New Brunswick, 1880-1940.” A Literary and Linguistic History of New Brunswick. Ed. R. Gair, et al. Fredericton: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1985. 117-24.

---. “The Literary ‘New Woman’ and Social Activism in Maritime Literature, 1880-1920.” Separate Spheres: Women’s Worlds in the 19th-Century Maritimes. Ed. Janet Guilford and Suzanne Morton. Fredericton, NB: Acadiensis, 1994. 233-50.

Fuller, Danielle.  Writing the Everyday: Women’s Textual Communities in Atlantic Canada. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s UP, 2004.

Gair, R., et al., eds. A Literary and Linguistic History of New Brunswick. Fredericton: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1985.

Gibbs, Robert. “English Poetry in New Brunswick, 1940-1982.” A Literary and Linguistic History of New Brunswick. Ed. R. Gair, et al. Fredericton: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1985. 125-144.

---. “Three Decades and a Bit Under the [Fredericton] Elms.” The Atlantic Anthology. Vol. 3, Critical Essays. Ed. Terry Whalen. Charlottetown: ECW/Ragweed, 1985. 231-39.

Keefer, Janice Kulyk. Under Eastern Eyes: A Critical Reading of Maritime Fiction. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1987.

Maxwell, Lilian M. Beckwith. The River St. John and its Poets. Sackville, NB: The Tribune Press, 1947.

Monk, Patricia. “‘Words / rich enough to plant’: Maritime Poetry in the Seventies.” The Atlantic Anthology. Vol. 3, Critical Essays. Ed. Terry Whalen. Charlottetown: ECW/Ragweed, 1985. 220-229.

Munton, Ann. “Return, Toronto to the Tantramar: Regional Poetics, the Long Poem, and Douglas Lochhead.” The Atlantic Anthology. Vol. 3, Critical Essays. Ed. Terry Whalen. Charlottetown: ECW/Ragweed, 1985. 251-61.

Nowlan, Michael O. Literary Map of New Brunswick. Fredericton: Cultural Development Branch of the New Brunswick Department of Youth, 1977.

Nowlan, Michael O, ed. Michael Whelan: Folk Poet of the Renous. Fredericton: New Ireland Press, 1990.

Pacey, Desmond. “Contemporary Writing [in New Brunswick].” Arts in New Brunswick. Ed. R.A. Tweedie, Fred Cogswell, and W. Stewart MacNutt. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1967. 33-40.

---. Creative Writing in Canada. Toronto: Ryerson, 1952.

---. Ten Canadian Poets. Toronto: Ryerson, 1958.

Roberts, Charles G.D. “The Poetry of Nature.” Selected Poetry and Prose. Ed. W.J. Keith. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1974.

Ross, Malcolm, Fred Cogswell, and Marguerite Maillet. The Bicentennial Lectures on New Brunswick Literature. Winthrop Pickard Bell Lectures in Maritime Studies 3. Sackville, NB: Centre for Canadian Studies, Mt. Allison U, 1985.

Ross, Malcolm. The Impossible Sum of Our Traditions. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1986.

---. “Fort, Fog and Fiddlehead: Some New Atlantic Writing.” Acadiensis 3.2 (1974): 116-121.

---. “A Strange Aesthetic Ferment.” The Impossible Sum of Our Traditions. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1986. 27-42.

Smith, A.J.M. “Introduction.” The Book of Canadian Poetry: A Critical and Historical Anthology. Ed. A.J.M. Smith. Toronto: W.J. Gage, 195. 1-8.

---. “The Fredericton Poets,” Toward a View of Canadian Letters: Selected Critical Essays 1928-1971. Ed.  A.J.M. Smith. Vancouver: U of British Columbia P, 1973. 74-84.

Tremblay, Tony. David Adams Richards of the Miramichi. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2010.

---. “‘Lest on too close sight I miss the darling illusion’: The Politics of the Centre in ‘Reading Maritime.’” Surf’s Up! The Rising Tide of Atlantic-Canadian Literature. Ed. Herb Wyile and Jeanette Lynes. Special Issue of Studies in Canadian Literature/Études en Littérature Canadienne 33.2 (2008): 23-39.

Tweedie, Robert, Fred Cogswell, and W. Stewart MacNutt, eds. Arts In New Brunswick. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1967.

Whalen, Terry, ed. The Atlantic Anthology. Vol. 3, Critical Essays. Charlottetown, PEI: ECW/Ragweed, 1985.

Whelan, Michael. The Great Miramichi Fire—1825, The Polar Heroes, and Fourteen Other Poems. Chatham, NB: The Gazette Office, 1922.

Wyile, Herb, and Jeanette Lynes, eds. Surf’s Up! The Rising Tide of Atlantic-Canadian Literature. Special Issue of Studies in Canadian Literature/Études en Littérature Canadienne 33.2 (2008).

Zanes, John Page. “Where the Fiddlehead Grows and the Wind Blows Blue: A Consideration of a Canadian Literary Tradition.” Ph.D. dissertation. U of Texas, 1979.

2. literary/cultural history - general studies

Alexander, David G. Atlantic Canada and Confederation. Comp. Eric W. Sager, Lewis R. Fischer, and Stuart O. Pierson. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1983.

Baker, Ray Palmer. A History of English-Canadian Literature to the Confederation. Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1920.

---. “The Literary Background of the Maritime Provinces.” Special Collections. Queen’s University.

Beavan, Emily. Sketches and Tales Illustrative of Life in the Backwoods of New Brunswick. London: Routledge, 1845. Rpt. St. Stephen, NB: Print n’ Press, 1980.

Campbell, Gary. The Road to Canada: The Grand Communication Route from Saint John to Quebec. The New Brunswick Military Heritage Project 5. Fredericton: New Brunswick Military History Project, 2005.

Cappon, James. Bliss Carman and the Literary Currents and Influences of His Time. Toronto: Ryerson, 1930.

Clark, A.H. The Early Geography of Nova Scotia to 1760. Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 1968.

Clarke, George Frederick. Return to Acadia: An Historical Romance of the Eighteenth Century in What Was Later to be New Brunswick. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1952.

---. Six Salmon Rivers and Another. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1960.

Conrad, Margaret R., and James K. Hiller. Atlantic Canada: A Concise History. Don Mills, ON: Oxford UP, 2006.

Cooney, Robert. A Compendious History of the Northern Part of the Province of New Brunswick and of the District of Gaspé in Lower Canada. Halifax: Joseph Howe, 1832.

Curtis, Wayne. Currents in the Stream: Miramichi People and Places. Fredericton: Goose Lane, 1988.

Dallison, Robert L. Hope Restored: The American Revolution and the Founding of New Brunswick. New Brunswick Military History Project 2. Fredericton: The New Brunswick Military History Project, 2003.

Davies, Gwendolyn. “‘In the Garden of Christ’: Methodist Literary Women in Nineteenth-Century Maritime Canada.” The Contribution of Methodism to Atlantic Canada. Ed. Charles H.H. Scobie and John Webster Grant. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1992. 205-217.

---. “J.D. Logan and the Great Feud for Canadian Literature: 1915-1923.” Canadian Issues 17 (1995): 113-128.

---. Studies in Maritime Literary History, 1760-1930. Fredericton: Acadiensis, 1991.

---. “Three Wise Men of Maritime Literature: A Personal Tribute.” Acadiensis 30.1 (Fall 2000): 31-7.

---, ed. Myth and Milieu: Atlantic Literature and Culture, 1918-1939. Fredericton: Acadiensis, 1993.

Denys, Nicolas. The Description and Natural History of the Coasts of North America. Trans. and Ed. W.F. Ganong. Toronto: The Champlain Society, 1908.

Eggleston, Wilfrid. The Frontier and Canadian Letters. Canadian Men of Letters. 1957. The Carleton Library. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1977.

Erickson, Vincent O. “The Thomas Kyrie Manuscript.” Journal of the New Brunswick Museum (1979): 71-8, ill.

Fisher, Peter. Notitia of New Brunswick. Saint John: Peter Fisher, 1838.

---. Sketches of New Brunswick. Saint John: Chubb and Sears, 1825. [Rpt. The First History of New Brunswick. Saint John: New Brunswick Historical Society, 1921.]

Forbes, Ernest R. Aspects of Maritime Regionalism, 1867-1927. Canadian Historical Association Booklets 36.Ottawa: Canadian Historical Association, 1983.

---. Challenging the Regional Stereotype: Essays on the 20th Century Maritimes. Sources in the History of Atlantic Canada 8. Fredericton: Acadiensis, 1989.

Ganong, William F. “A Monograph of the Evolution of the Cartography of the Province of New Brunswick.” Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada 3, sec. 2 (1897): 313-427.

---. Crucial Maps in the Early Cartography and Place-Nomenclature of the Atlantic Coast of Canada. Special Publications (Royal Society of Canada) 7. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1964.

---. Historic Sites in the Province of New Brunswick. 1899. Rpt. St. Stephen, NB: Print 'n Press Ltd., 1983.

---. “Materials for a History of the Province of New Brunswick: The Bibliography of New Brunswick.” The Educational Review 9 (January 1896): 148-150.

---. “Materials for a History of the Province of New Brunswick: Relics of the French Period in New Brunswick.” The Educational Review 10 (March 1897): 194-197.

---. Origins of New Brunswick Settlements. Royal Society of Canada, 1904.

Gerson, Carole. A Purer Taste: The Writing and Reading of Fiction in English in Nineteenth-Century Canada. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1989.

Goss, David. Images of Canada: Old Tyme Christmas in New Brunswick. Images of Canada. Dover, New Hampshire: Arcadia, 1997.

Hamilton, W. D., ed. Dictionary of Miramichi Biography: Biographical Sketches of Men and Women Born Before 1900 who Played a Part in Public Life on the Miramichi: Northumberland County, New Brunswick, Canada. St. John: WD Hamilton, 1997.

---. Miramichi Papers. Fredericton: Micmac-Maliseet Institute, 1987.

Hannay, James. History of New Brunswick. Vols. 1&2. Saint John: John A. Bowes, 1909.

Hay, G.U. A History of New Brunswick. Toronto: W.J. Gage, 1903.

Holownia, Thaddeus, and Douglas Lochhead. Dykelands. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s UP, 1989.

Hornsby, Stephen J., and John G. Reid, eds. New England and the Maritime Provinces: Connections and Comparisons. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s UP: 2005.

Jack, Isaac Allen. Biographical Review [of leading citizens of New Brunswick]. Boston: Biographical Review Pub. Co., 1900.

Lawrence, J.W. Footprints: Or, Incidents in the Early History of New Brunswick. Saint John: McMillan, 1883.

Lawson, Jessie I., and Jean MacCallum Sweet. Our New Brunswick Story. Toronto: The Canada Publishing Company Limited, 1948.

---. This is New Brunswick. Toronto: Ryerson, 1951.

LeBlanc, Emery, Jean Daigle, and Père Anselme Chiasson. L'histoire du Nouveau-Brunswick. Toronto: Éditions Éducatives Gage Limitée, 1971.

LeClerq, Chrestien.  New Relations of Gaspesia, with the Customs and Religion of the Gaspesian Indians. 1691. Trans. and Ed. W.F. Ganong. The Publications of the Champlain 5. Toronto: Champlain Society, 1910.

Loughlin, Dorothy Aileen. “The Development of Social and Intellectual Attitudes As Revealed in the Literature of New Brunswick.” M.A. thesis. U of New Brunswick, 1948.

MacMechan, Archibald. Headwaters of Canadian Literature. 1924. NCL. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1974.

MacNutt, W.S. New Brunswick, A History: 1784-1867. Toronto: MacMillan, 1963.

---. New Brunswick and Its People:  The Biography of a Canadian Province. Ed. A.W. Trueman. Fredericton: New Brunswick Travel Bureau, 1952.

Mannion, John J. Irish Settlements in Eastern Canada: A Study of Cultural Transfer and Adaptation. Research Publications (University of Toronto Department of Geography) 12. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1974.

Marsden, Joshua. The Narrative of a Mission to Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Somers Islands, with a Tour of Lake Ontario. 2nd ed. London: Kershaw, 1827.

Marshall, Joan. Tides of Change on Grand Manan Island: Culture and Belonging in a Fishing Community. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s UP, 2008.

Marston, Benjamin. Diary of Benjamin Marston. 24 July 1785. In Winslow Papers MG H2; Vols. 20, 21,22; 1776-1787; UNB Library <www.lib.unb.ca/Texts/marston/>.

Maxwell, Lilian M. Beckwith. An Outline of the History of Central New Brunswick to the Time of Confederation. Sackville, NB: The Tribune Press, 1937.

McCann, Larry, ed. People and Place: Studies of Small Town Life in the Maritimes. Sources in the History of Atlantic Canada 6. Fredericton: Acadiensis, 1987.

McCann, Larry, and Carrie MacMillan, eds. The Sea and Culture of Atlantic Canada: A Multidisciplinary Sampler. Sackville: Centre for Canadian Studies, 1992.

McGahan, Elizabeth W., ed. Whispers from the Past: Selections from the Writings of New Brunswick Women. Fredericton: Goose Lane, 1986.

McKay, Ian. The Quest of the Folk: Antimodernism and Cultural Selection in Twentieth-Century Nova Scotia. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s UP, 1994.

McLeod, Carol. Glimpses into New Brunswick History. Hantsport, NS: Lancelot, 1984.

Milner, Marc. D-Day to Carpiquet: The North Shore Regiment and the Liberation of Europe. Fredericton: The New Brunswick Military History Project, 2007.

Morris, Peter. Embattled Shadows: A History of Canadian Cinema 1895-1939. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s UP, 1978.

Mount, Nicholas J. When Canadian Literature Moved to New York. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2005.

Niergarth, Kirk. “‘Missionary for Culture’: Walter Abell, Maritime Art and Cultural Democracy, 1928-1944.” Acadiensis 36.1 (Autumn 2006): 3-28.

Nowlan, Alden. Double Exposure. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1978.

Oliver, Jane E. “It’s where my roots are: Identity and Place in the Lives of Older Rural New Brunswick Women.” Oral and Written Narratives and Cultural Identity: Interdisciplinary Approaches. Ed. Francisco Cota Fagundes and Irene Maria F. Blayer. New York: Peter Lang, 2007. 59-80.

Peck, Mary Biggar. A New Brunswick Album. Willowdale, ON: Hounslow, 1987.

---. The Bitter With the Sweet: New Brunswick 1604-1984. Tantallon, NS: Four East, 1983.

Savoie, Donald J. I’m From Bouctouche, Me: Roots Matter. Footprints Series 11. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s UP, 2009.

Smith, A. Carle. The Mosaic Province of New Brunswick. Saint John: Lingley Printing, 1965.

Soucoup, Dan. New Brunswick Phrase Book: Old Sayings, Expressions & Odd Names of New Brunswick. East Lawrencetown, NS: Pottersfield Press, 2006.

Spray, William, and Carole Spray. New Brunswick: Its History and Its People. Ed. Barry Grifiiths. Toronto: Gage, 1984.

Squires, W. Austin. The History and Development of the New Brunswick Museum (1842-1945). Administrative Series 2. Saint John: New Brunswick Museum, 1945.

Toner, Peter, ed. New Ireland Remembered: Historical Essays on the Irish in New Brunswick. Fredericton: New Ireland Press, 1988.

Trueman, Stuart. The Fascinating World of New Brunswick. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1973.

---. An Intimate History of New Brunswick. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1970.

---. The Ordeal of John Gyles. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1973.

Tweedie, Robert. On With the Dance: A New Brunswick Memoir 1935-1960. Fredericton: New Ireland, 1986.

Vincent, Thomas B. “Methodism and Methodist Poets in the Early Literature of Maritime Canada.” The Contribution of Methodism to Atlantic Canada. Eds. Charles H.H. Scobie and John Webster Grant. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's UP, 1992. 189-204.

---, ed. Narrative Verse Satire in Maritime Canada, 1779-1814. Ottawa: The Tecumseh Press, 1978.

Ward, Clarence. “Old Times in St. John.” St. John Globe (13 June 1908): n.p.

Wilbur, Richard. New Brunswick: An Annual Review, 1960-2006. Fredericton, New Brunswick: Electronic Text Centre, University of New Brunswick Libraries, 2008 <http://atlanticportal.hil.unb.ca:
8000/publications/nbreview/>.

---. The Rise of French New Brunswick. Halifax: Formac, 1989.

Wright, Ester C. The Loyalists of New Brunswick. Fredericton, NB: E.C. Wright, 1955.

---. The Miramichi: A Study of the New Brunswick River and the People Who Settled Along It.  Sackville, NB: Tribune Press, 1944.

---. The Saint John River. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1949.

---. The Saint John River and Its Tributaries. Wolfville, NS: E.C. Wright, 1966.

---. “The Settlement of New Brunswick: An Advance Toward Democracy.” Canadian Historical Association Report (1944): 53-60.

Wynn, G. Timber Colony: A Historical Geography of Early Nineteenth Century New Brunswick. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1981.

3. Literary Memories & Reminiscences


Bailey, A.G., ed. The Letters of James and Ellen Robb: Portrait of a Fredericton Family in Early Victorian Times. Sources in the History of Atlantic Canada 2. Fredericton: Acadiensis, 1983.

Bailey, Joseph Whitman. A Boy’s Life in Fredericton: Anecdotes & Reminiscences. Fredericton: University of New Brunswick, 1999.

Baird, William T. Seventy Years of New Brunswick Life: Autobiographical Sketches. 1890. Fredericton: St. Anne’s Point Press, 1978.

Bogdan, Deanne. “Moncton, Mentors, and Memories: An Interview with Northrop Frye.” Studies in Canadian Literature 11.2 (Fall 1986): 246-69.

Bruce, Harry. “Fredericton: Pampered Pet of Old New Brunswick.” Down Home: Notes of a Maritime Son. Ed. Harry Bruce. Toronto: Key Porter, 1988. 202-225.

Chapman, James K. River Boy: Life Along the Saint John River. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1980.

---. River Boy Returns. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1983.

Chiasson, Herménégilde. Available Light. Trans. Wayne Grady. Vancouver/Toronto: Douglas & McIntyre, 2002.

Chittick, Kathryn. “Malcolm Ross [Interview].” Studies in Canadian Literature 9.2 (1984): 241-66.

Conrad, Margaret. Recording Angels: The Private Chronicles of Women from the Maritime Provinces of Canada, 1750-1950. CRIAW Papers 4. Ottawa: Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women, 1982.

Currie, Margaret Gill. A Romance of Old New Brunswick. Toronto: William Briggs, 1897.

Curtis, Wayne. Wild Apples: Field Notes From a [Miramichi] River Farm. Fredericton: Good Lane, 2006.

Lane, M. Travis. “An Interview with Alfred Goldsworthy Bailey.” Studies in Canadian Literature 11.2 (Fall 1986): 226-45.

Roberts, Lloyd. The Book of Roberts. Toronto: Ryerson, 1923.

Wallace, W. Stewart. The Memoirs of the Rt. Hon. Sir George Foster. Toronto: Macmillan, 1933.

4. Drama & Theatre

Benson, Eugene, and L.W. Conolly, eds. English-Canadian Theatre. Toronto: Oxford UP, 1987.

Blagrave, Mark. "Playwriting in the Maritime Provinces, 1845-1903." Ph.D. dissertation. U of Toronto, 1983.

Chiasson, Zénon. “Acadian Theatre: A Cultural Institution.” Trans. Huyen Châu Nguyen and Maureen Magee. Acadia of the Maritimes: Thematic Studies from Beginnings to the Present. Ed. Jean Daigle. Moncton, NB: Chaire d’études acadiennes, 1995. 721-756.

---. “The Acadian Theatre.” Canadian Theatre Review 46 (Spring 1986): 50-57.

Defraeye, Piet. “Theatre (in) New Brunswick.” Canadian Theatre Review 93 (1997): 27-31.

Fancy, Alex. “Acadie: The Lights Around the Shore [Theatre].” Canadian Theatre Review CTR48 (Fall 1986): 37-42.

Galloway, David.  “Drama, Historical and Contemporary.” Arts in New Brunswick. Ed. R.A. Tweedie, Fred Cogswell, and W. Stewart MacNutt. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1967. 45-72.

Golding, Jack. “The Story of the Imperial Capitol Theatre.” Atlantic Advocate 48 (March 1958): 25-31.

Harper, J. Russell. “Showmen, Tinsel and Tanbark.” Atlantic Advocate 48 (November 1957): 49-57.

---. “The Theatre in Saint John, 1789-1817.” Dalhousie Review 34 (Autumn 1954): 260-69.

Howe, Jonas. “A Theatrical Interlude 100 Years Ago.” Acadiensis V (April-July 1905): 102-14.

Johnston, Patricia. “Atlantic Canadian Historical Fiction: Where is the Drama?” Canadian Children s Literature 23/24 (1981): 51- 58.

Lavoie, Laurent. “A Short History of Acadian Theatre in New Brunswick.” Trans. F. Caucci. A Literary and Linguistic History of New Brunswick. Ed. R. Gair, et al. Fredericton: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1985. 145-66.

Mullaly, Edward. Desperate Stages: New Brunswick’s Theatre in the 1840s. Fredericton: Goose Lane, 1987.

---. “The Rebirth of Theatre in New Brunswick.” Drama Canada. Ed. Esme Crampton. Toronto: College of Education Guidance Centre, 1972. 34-38.

---. “The Saint John Theatre Riot of 1845.” Theatre History in Canada 6.1 (Spring 1985): 44-55.

Phillips, Fred H. “Dramatic Stock Down East.” Canadian Theatre Review 22 (Spring 1979): 102-05.

Sansom, Wilma Louise. “Some Aspects of the Development of Drama in New Brunswick.” M.A. thesis. U of New Brunswick, 1953.

Smith, Mary Elizabeth. “Contemporary Theatre in New Brunswick.” Contemporary Canadian Theatre: New World Visions. Ed. Anton Wagner. Toronto: Simon and Pierre, 1982. 112-17.

---. “English Drama in New Brunswick.” A Literary and Linguistic History of New Brunswick. Ed. R. Gair, et al. Fredericton: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1985. 167-191.

---. “The Heyday of Amateur Theatricals: The Saint John Theatre Guild.” Atlantic Advocate (December 1977): 36-39.

---. “The Lanergans in Performance.” Theatre Survey 24.2 (November 1984): 211-24.

---. “Measure by Measure and Other Nineteenth Century Political Satires from New Brunswick.” Theatre History in Canada 5.2 (Fall 1984): 172-84.

---.  “New Brunswick.” Contemporary Canadian Theatre: New World Visions: A Collection of Essays. Ed. Anton Wagner. Toronto: Simon & Pierre, 1985. 112-117.

---. “Responses to Theatre in Nineteenth Century Saint John.” Theatre History in Canada 2.2 (Fall 1981): 133-47.

---. “Shakespeare in Atlantic Canada During the Nineteenth Century.” Theatre History in Canada 3.2 (Fall 1982): 126-36.

---. “Theatre in Saint John, the First Thirty Years.” Dalhousie Review 59.1 (Spring 1979): 5-27.

---. Too Soon the Curtain Fell: A History of Theatre in Saint John, 1798-1900. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1981.

Swarbrick, Brian. “The [Fredericton] Playhouse.” Arts in New Brunswick. Ed. R.A. Tweedie, Fred Cogswell, and W. Stewart MacNutt. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1967. 73-74.

5. children's literature

Aubrey, Irene. “Canadian Children’s Literature in the Atlantic Provinces.” APLA Bulletin 47.2 (September 1983): 5-9.

Johnston, Patricia. “Atlantic Canadian Historical Fiction: Where is the Drama?” Canadian Children s Literature 23/24 (1981): 51- 58.

Loomer, L.S. “Early Children s Books of the Atlantic Provinces: Notes on the Literature to 1915.” The Occasional: An Occasional Journal for Nova Scotia Museums 6.2/3 (Fall 1980): [8]-13 and Spring 1981): 23-28, ill.

Potvin, Claude. “Acadiana for Children: A Vacuum to Fill.” APLA Bulletin 45.5 (March 1982): 61, 63.

Thompson, Hilary, ed. Children’s Voices in Atlantic Literature and Culture: Essays on Childhood. Guelph: Canadian Children’s Press, 1995.

6. publishing, printing, & literary magazines

Calderisi Bryce, Maria. “Music Publishers in the Maritimes, 1801-1900” APLA Bulletin 49, no. 2 (September 1985): 10-11.

Davies, Gwendolyn. “A Literary Study of Selected Periodicals from Maritime Canada, 1789-1872.” Ph.D. dissertation. York U, 1980.

DeFinney, James. “Le journal l’Évangéline et l’émergence littéraire acadienne.” Francophonies d’Amérique 1 (1991): 43-55.

Fauteux, Aegidius. The Introduction of Printing into Canada: A Brief History. Montreal: Rolland Paper Co., 1930. [see Chapter 2: “The Introduction of the Press into the Maritime Provinces,” 41-60.]

Gundy, H. Pearson. Book Publishing and Publishers in Canada Before 1900. Toronto: Bibliographical Society of Canada /Société bibliographique du Canada, 1965.

---. “Literary Publishing.” Literary History of Canada. Ed. Carl F. Klinck. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1965.

Harper, J. Russell. “Christopher Sower, King’s Printer and Loyalist.” New Brunswick Historical Society Collections no. 14 (1955): 67-109.

---. Historical Directory of New Brunswick Newspapers and Periodicals. Fredericton: UNB, 1961.

Howe, Jonas. “The Amaranth.” Acadiensis 2 (1902): 198-206.

Jack, D.R. “Acadian Magazines.” Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada 2nd ser. 9 (1903): Sec. II, 173-203.

---. Notes for a History of the Press in the Maritime Provinces of Canada and Newfoundland. MS. Saint John Regional Library, Saint John.

---. “Our City Publishers.” The Sun (Saint John), April 1879. n.p.

Kealey, Gregory S. “Work Control, the Labour Process, and Nineteenth-Century Canadian Printers.” On the Job: Confronting the Labour Process in Canada. Ed. Craig Heron and Robert Storey. Montreal; Kingston: McGill-Queen s UP, 1986. 75-101.

Lochhead, Douglas. “A Dictionary of Publishers, Printers, Booksellers, Stationers, etc. in the Atlantic provinces, 1751-1900.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 2 (1963): 82-83.

Martell, James Stuart. “The Press of the Maritime Provinces in the 1830's.” Canadian Historical Review 19.1 (March 1938): 24- 49. Rpt. in Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 26 (1987): 109-134.

McGahan, Elizabeth W. “McMillan, John: Bookseller, Stationer, and Publisher.” Dictionary of Canadian Biography. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1994. Vol. XIII, 1901-1910. 668-669.

Parker, George L. The Beginnings of the Book Trade in Canada. Toronto: U of Toronto Press, 1985.

Saxe, Stephen O. “A Brief History of Golding & Co.” Printing History 3.2 (1981): 13-19.

Vincent, Thomas B. Index to Pre-1900 English Language Canadian Cultural and Literary Magazines. Ottawa: Optim Corporation, 1994. [CD-ROM.]

Vincent, Thomas B., comp. The Amaranth, 1841-1843: Contents Report and Index. Occasional Papers of the Department of English, R.M.C. 7. Kingston, ON: Royal Military College of Canada, 1984.

Vincent, Thomas B. and Ann La Brash, comps. The Acadian Magazine, 1826-1828: Contents Report and Index. Occassional Papers of the Department of English, R.M.C. 5. Kingston, ON: Royal Military College of Canada, 1982.

“Ward Scrapbook of Early Printers and Newspapers of New Brunswick.” Vol. 3. Saint John: Saint John Regional Library, n.d. [mfm at Provincial Archives of New Brunswick].

Williams, Elspeth, comp. Newspapers, Magazines, and Periodicals Inventory. Fredericton: York-Sunbury Historical Society Museum, 1985.

Zanes, John Page. “Where the Fiddlehead Grows and the Wind Blows Blue: A Consideration of a Canadian Literary Tradition.” Ph.D. dissertation. U of Texas, 1979.

7. Media, Journalism, & Newspapers

Baker, Janet. “Journalistic Literature of Westmorland County, New Brunswick, 1853-1899.” M.A. thesis.  U of New Brunswick, 1973.

Bateman, Helen L. Home is Where One Starts. [19th century journalistic literature.] Scoudouc, NB: Helen L. Bateman, 1984.

Beaulieu, Gérard. “Media in Acadia.” Trans. James Crombie and Jan Slakov. Acadia of the Maritimes: Thematic Studies from Beginnings to the Present. Ed. Jean Daigle. Moncton, NB: Chaire d’études acadiennes, 1995. 485-522.

Craig, Helen. New Brunswick Newspaper Directory, 1783-1988/ Répertoire des journaux du Nouveau-Brunswick, 1783-1988. Fredericton: Council of Head Librarians of New Brunswick/Conseil des directeurs de bibliothèques du Nouveau-Brunswick, 1989. [Updated edition revised by Muriel Daniel, to cover 1783-1996.]

Grant, B.J. Fit to Print: New Brunswick’s Papers, 150 Years of the Comic, the Sad, the Odd, and the Forgotten. Fredericton, Goose Lane, 1987.

Harper, J. Russell. Historical Directory of New Brunswick Newspapers and Periodicals. Fredericton: UNB, 1961.

Jack, D.R. “Early Journalism in New Brunswick.” Acadiensis 8.4 (October 1908): 250-265.

Nowlan, Alden. “The New Brunswick Newspapers: What About the Irvings.” Canadian Newspapers: The Inside Story. Ed. Walter Stewart.  Edmonton: Hurtig, 1980. 63-72.

Parker, George L. “Literary Journalism Before Confederation.” Canadian Literature 68-69 (1976).

Royal Commission on Corporate Concentration. (Robert B. Bryce, Chairman). Ottawa: The Commission, 1987. Study no. 16: The Irving Group: A Case Study.

Vincent, Thomas B. “Some Additions to J.B. Harper’s Historical Directory of New Brunswick Newspapers.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 15 (1976): 61.

“Ward Scrapbook of Early Printers and Newspapers of New Brunswick.” Vol. 3. Saint John: Saint John Regional Library, n.d. [mfm at Provincial Archives of New Brunswick].

Williams, Elspeth, comp. Newspapers, Magazines, and Periodicals Inventory. Fredericton: York-Sunbury Historical Society Museum, 1985.

8. Language & Literacy

Allard, Réal, and Rodrigue Landry. “French in New Brunswick.” Language in Canada. Ed. John Edwards. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1998. 202-225.

Avis, Walter S., and A.M. Kinloch. Writing on Canadian English, 1792-1975, An Annotated Bibliography. Toronto: Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 1978.

Bastarache, Michel, and André Boudreau Ouellet. “The Linguistic and Cultural Rights of Acadians From 1713 to the Present.” Trans. Charles Zama. Acadia of the Maritimes: Thematic Studies from Beginnings to the Present. Ed. Jean Daigle. Moncton, NB: Chaire d’études acadiennes, 1995. 371-414.

Battiste, Marie. “An Historical Investigation of the Social and Cultural Consequences of Micmac Literacy.” Ed.D. dissertation. Stanford University, 1984.

Bourbeau, Robert. “Trends in Language Mobility Between French and English.” Social Inequality in Canada: Patterns, Problems, Policies. Ed. James Curtis. Scarborough: Prentice-Hall Canada, 1988. 221-29.

Burnett, Wendy. “Linguistic Resistance on the Maine-New Brunswick Border.” Canadian Journal of Linguistics 51.2-3 (2006): 161-175.

Francis, David A., and Robert M. Leavitt. A Passamaquoddy-Maliseet Dictionary/Peskotomuhkati Wolastoqewi Latuwewakon. Songlines (University of Maine Press) 1. Fredericton: Goose Lane; Orono, ME: University of Maine Press, 2008.

Gair, R., et al., eds. A Literary and Linguistic History of New Brunswick. Fredericton: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1985.

Geddes, James Jr. Study of an Acadian-French Dialect Spoken on the North Shore of the Baie-des-Chaleurs. Halle, Germany: Niemeyer, 1908.

House, Anthony B. “English Language in Francophone New Brunswick.” A Literary and Linguistic History of New Brunswick. Ed. R. Gair, et al. Fredericton: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1985. 75-82.

Kerr, Robert W. “The Official Languages of New Brunswick Act.” University of Toronto Law Journal 20 (1970): 478-85.

Kinloch, A. Murray. “The English Language in New Brunswick, 1784-1984.” A Literary and Linguistic History of New Brunswick. Ed. R. Gair, et al. Fredericton: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1985. 59-74.

Leavitt, Robert M. “Language in New Brunswick.” Language in Canada. Ed. John Edwards. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1998. 372-383.

Massignon, Geneviève. Les parlers français d’Acadie, enquête linguistique. 2 vols. Paris: Klincksieck, 1962.

Official Languages Branch, Province of New Brunswick. Report of the Advisory Committee on the Official Languages of New Brunswick. Fredericton: Province of New Brunswick, 1986.

---. Towards the Equality of the Official Languages in New Brunswick: Summary Report of the Study Group on the Official Languages. Fredericton: Province of New Brunswick, 1982.

Paratte, Henri-Dominique. “Discovering Two Literatures: Some Remarks About Translations of the Two Major Literatures of New Brunswick.” A Literary and Linguistic History of New Brunswick. Ed. R. Gair, et al. Fredericton: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1985. 259-64.

Perley, Bernard Christopher. Death by Suicide: Community Responses to Maliseet Language Death at Tobique First Nation, New Brunswick, Canada. Boston: Harvard UP, 2002.

Péronnet, Louise. “Acadian Forms of Speech.” A Literary and Linguistic History of New Brunswick. Ed. R. Gair, et al. Fredericton: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1985. 41-58.

---. “The Situation of the French Language in Acadia: A Linguistic Perspective.” Trans. Sally Ross. Acadia of the Maritimes: Thematic Studies from Beginnings to the Present. Ed. Jean Daigle. Moncton, NB: Chaire d’études acadiennes, 1995. 451-84.

Pichette, Robert. “Culture and Official Languages.” The Robichaud Era, 1960-70. Colloquium Proceedings. Maritime Series. N.p.: The Canadian Institute for Research on Regional Development, 2001. 67-86.

Rand, Silas Tertius. Dictionary of the Language of the Micmac Indians Who Reside in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Cape Breton, and Newfoundland. Halifax: Nova Scotia Print Co., 1888.

---. A First Reading Book in the Micmac Language. Halifax: Nova Scotia Print Co., 1875.

Roy, Muriel K. “Demography and Demolinguistics in Acadia, 1871-1991.” Trans. James Crombie. Acadia of the Maritimes: Thematic Studies from Beginnings to the Present. Ed. Jean Daigle. Moncton, NB: Chaire d’études acadiennes, 1995. 135-200.

Szabó, László. “Maliseet: The Language of the St. John River Indians.” A Literary and Linguistic History of New Brunswick. Ed. R. Gair, et al. Fredericton: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1985. 29-40.

Wright, Roy. “The Micmac Language.” A Literary and Linguistic History of New Brunswick. Ed. R. Gair, et al. Fredericton: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1985. 17-28.

9. Bibliography, Libraries, & History of the Book

A Catalogue of the Rufus Hatheway Collection of Canadian Literature. Fredericton: U of New Brunswick, 1935.

Avis, Walter S., and A.M. Kinloch. Writing on Canadian English, 1792-1975, An Annotated Bibliography. Toronto: Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 1978.

Bartlett, Mark C., Fiona A. Black, and Bertrum H. MacDonald, comp. The History of the Book in Canada: A Bibliography. Halifax: B.H. MacDonald, 1993.

Bates, Iain, and Ann Nevill, eds. Atlantic Libraries and Archives: A Directory of Special Collections. Halifax: Atlantic Provinces Library Association, 1983.

Beard, John Robert. Canadian Provincial Libraries. CLA-ACB Occasional Paper, no. 54. Ottawa: Canadian Library Association, 1967.

Bishop, Olga B. Publications of the Governments of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, 1758-1952. Ottawa: National Library of Canada, 1957.

Cogswell, Fred. “Nineteenth Century Poetry in the Maritimes and the Problem of Research.” Newsletter of the Biographical Society of Canada 5 (September 1961): 5-19.

Commission of Enquiry [into the library situation in Canada]. “The Maritime Provinces: New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.” Libraries in Canada.  A Study of Library Conditions and Needs, by the Commission of Enquiry. Toronto and Chicago: Ryerson Press and the American Library Association, 1933.

Coughlin, Violet L. Larger Units of Public Library Services in Canada: With Particular Reference to the Provinces of Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick. Metuchen, NJ: The Scarecrow Press, 1968.

Craig, Helen. New Brunswick Newspaper Directory, 1783-1988/ Répertoire des journaux du Nouveau-Brunswick, 1783-1988. Fredericton: Council of Head Librarians of New Brunswick/Conseil des directeurs de bibliothèques du Nouveau-Brunswick, 1989. [Updated edition revised by Muriel Daniel, to cover 1783-1996.]

Fleming, Patricia L. Atlantic Canadian Imprints 1801-1820. A Bibliography. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1991.

Hamilton, W. D., ed. Dictionary of Miramichi Biography: Biographical Sketches of Men and Women Born Before 1900 who Played a Part in Public Life on the Miramichi: Northumberland County, New Brunswick, Canada. St. John: WD Hamilton, 1997.

Hall, Agnez, Patricia Ruthven, and Eric Swanick, eds. An Inventory of New Brunswick Indexing Projects / Inventair des projets d’indexation en cours au Nouveau-Brunswick. Fredericton: Council of Head Librarians of New Brunswick / Conseil de directeurs de bibliothéque du Nouveau-Brunswick, 1980.

Hansen, Linda Squires. “[The] UNB Library in the Nineteenth Century.” APLA Bulletin 45.3 (1981): 27-28.

---. “UNB Nears 200 Years.” Canadian Library Journal 38 (1981): 413-415.

Harper, Doreen. “The Legislative Library of New Brunswick, Fredericton, New Brunswick.” Maritime Library Institute Bulletin 1 (1936): 1-3.

Harper, J. Russell. Historical Directory of New Brunswick Newspapers and Periodicals. Fredericton: UNB, 1961.

Hewitt, Martin. A History of the Fredericton Public Library. Fredericton: Fredericton Public Library, 1994.

Jack, Isaac Allen. Biographical Review [of leading citizens of New Brunswick]. Boston: Biographical Review Pub. Co., 1900.

Laugher, Charles T. Atlantic Provinces Authors of the Twentieth Century:  A Bio-Bibliographical Checklist. Occasional Papers Series, no. 29. Halifax: Dalhousie U Libraries and School of Library Service, 1982.

Lochhead, Douglas. “A Dictionary of Publishers, Printers, Booksellers, Stationers, etc. in the Atlantic provinces, 1751-1900.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 2 (1963): 82-83.

---. “Atlantic Regionalism and Literature: Some Bibliographical Comments.” The Atlantic Anthology. Vol. 3, Critical Essays. Ed. Terry Whalen. Charlottetown: ECW/Ragweed, 1985. 262-66.

Loomer, L.S. “Early Children s Books of the Atlantic Provinces: Notes on the Literature to 1915.” The Occasional: An Occasional Journal for Nova Scotia Museums 6.2/3 (Fall 1980): [8]-13 and Spring 1981): 23-28, ill.

Lotz, Patricia A. “The History of Library Development in the Atlantic Provinces.” Canadian Libraries in Their Changing Environment. Ed. Lorraine Spencer Garry and Carl Garry. Downsview, ON: York U Centre for Continuing Education, 1977. 3-23.

MacFarlane, W.G. New Brunswick Bibliography, the Books and Writers of the Province. Saint John: Sun Printing, 1895. [See W.F. Ganong (1896 & 1897) and Olga Bishop (1957).]

Magee, Eleanor E., comp. Pre-Twentieth Century Literature of and About the Maritime Provinces: A Bibliography. Maritime Studies Bibliography 2. Sackville: Ralph Pickard Bell Library, Mount Allison University, 1978.

Maillet, Marguerite. Bibliographie des publications d’Acadie, 1609-1990: sources premières et sources secondes. Moncton: Chaire d’études acadiennes, 1992.

---. Bibliographie des publications de l'Acadie des provinces maritimes: livres et brochures, 1609-1995. Moncton: Éditions d'Acadie, 1997.

McCann, Larry, ed. The Edgar and Dorothy Davidson Collection of Canadiana at Mount Allison University. Sackville, NB: Centre for Canadian Studies, 1991.

National Library of Canada – Bibliothèque nationale du Canada. New Brunswick Authors - Écrivans du nouveau-brunswick. Ottawa: National Library of Canada - Bibliothèque nationale du Canada, 1984.

Parker, George L. The Beginnings of the Book Trade in Canada. Toronto: U of Toronto Press, 1985.

Redman, Donald A. “Some College Libraries in Canada's Maritime Provinces: Selected Aspects.” M.L.S. thesis. U of Illinois, Urbana Champagne, 1950.

Ritchie, Joanne. “Cartographies of Silence”: An Annotated Bibliography of English Language Diaries and Reminiscences of New Brunswick Women, 1783-1980. Feminist Voices Series, no. 3. Ottawa: CRIAW/ICREF, 1997.

Robichaud, Anne-Marie. “The Public Speech and the Essay in Acadia.” Trans. R. Finck. A Literary and Linguistic History of New Brunswick. Ed. R. Gair, et al. Fredericton: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1985. 245-58.

Rogers, Amos Robert. American Recognition of Canadian Authors Writing in English, 1890-1960. Ph.D. dissertation. U of Michigan (Ann Arbor), 1964.

---. "Books and Pamphlets by New Brunswick Writers: 1890-1950. "London: U of London Diploma in Librarianship, May 1953.

Rudi, Marilynn J., copm. Atlantic Canadian Literature in English: A Guide to Sources of Information. Occasional Papers Series (School of Library and Inofrmation Studies, Dalhousie University) 51. Halifax: Dalhousie U School of Library and Information Studies, 1991.

Straton, A.W. and F.St.J. Bliss, comps. Catalogue of the University of New Brunswick Library. CIHM # 29745. Fredericton: The University Monthly, 1884.

Sturgeon, Linda-Ann, Glen McIntyre, Bruce Olver and Bob Watson. History of Hall’s Bookstore, 1869-1983. Fredericton: Fredericton Historical Research Project, 1983.

Swanick, Eric. The Development of the New Brunswick Legislative Library, 1841-1991. Fredericton: Legislative Library, 1991.

---, comp. New Brunswick History: A Checklist of Secondary Sources, First Supplement. Fredericton: Legislative Library, 1974.

---, comp. New Brunswick History: A Checklist of Secondary Sources, Second Supplement / Guide en histoire du Nouveau-Brunswick : une liste de controle des sources secondaires, deuxième supplément. Fredericton: Legislative Library, 1984.

---, comp. New Brunswick History: A Checklist of Secondary Sources, Third Supplement. Fredericton: Legislative Library, 1995.

---. “New Brunswick Literature and the Pursuit of Bibliography.” Studies in Canadian Literature 11.2 (1986): 182-89.

---. “Secondary Sources for Maritime Studies: A Bibliographical Guide,” Teaching Maritime Studies. Ed. P.A. Buckner. Fredericton: Acadiensis Press, 1986. 282-286.

---, ed. Hardiness, Perseverance and Faith: New Brunswick Library History. Occasional Papers Series (School of Library and Information Studies) 52.  Halifax: Dalhousie U, School of Library and Information Studies, 1991.

---, ed. "The Book Disease": Atlantic Provinces Book Collectors. Occasional Papers Series (School of Library and Information Studies, Dalhousie University) 58. Halifax: Dalhousie U, School of Library and Information Studies, 1996.

Taylor, Hugh A., comp. New Brunswick History: A Checklist of Secondary Sources/Guide en histoire du Nouveau-Brunswick: une liste de contrôle des sources secondaires. Fredericton: Provincial Archives of New Brunswick, 1971. [see three supplements to this list: Swanick, 1974, 1984 and 1996.]

Tremaine, Marie. A Bibliography of Canadian Imprints, 1751-1800. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1952.

Vincent, Thomas B. Index to Pre-1900 English Language Canadian Cultural and Literary Magazines. Ottawa: Optim Corporation, 1994. [CD-ROM.]

---. “Some Additions to J.B. Harper’s Historical Directory of New Brunswick Newspapers.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 15 (1976): 61.

“Ward Scrapbook of Early Printers and Newspapers of New Brunswick.” Vol. 3. Saint John: Saint John Regional Library, n.d. [mfm at Provincial Archives of New Brunswick].

Watters, Reginal Eyre. A Preliminary Checklist of Nineteenth Century Canadian Poetry in English. Sackville: Canadian Studies Program, 1976.

Williams, Elspeth, comp. Newspapers, Magazines, and Periodicals Inventory. Fredericton: York-Sunbury Historical Society Museum, 1985.

10. Music & Folklore

Calderisi Bryce, Maria. “Music Publishers in the Maritimes, 1801-1900” APLA Bulletin 49, no. 2 (September 1985): 10-11.

Chiasson, Père Anselme, and Daniel Bourdeau. Chansons d’Acadie. Pointe-aux-Trembles [Montréal]: La Réparation, 1942.

Chiasson, Anselme, Crarlotte Cormier, Donald Deschênes, and Ronald Labelle. “Acadian Folklore.” Trans. Faith J. Cormier. Acadia of the Maritimes: Thematic Studies from the Beginning to the Present. Ed. Jean Daigle. Moncton, NB: Chaire d’études acadiennes, 1995. 625-678.

Copeland, Gary L. Fiddling in New Brunswick: The History and its People. Moncton, NB: G.L. Copeland Associates, 2006.

Cormier, Roger E. “Music and the Acadians.” Trans. Faith J. Cormier. Acadia of the Maritimes: Thematic Studies from Beginnings to the Present. Ed. Jean Daigle. Moncton, NB: Chaire d’études acadiennes, 1995. 807-838.

Creighton, Helen, and Kenneth Peacock. Folksongs from Southern New Brunswick. Publications in Folk Culture 1. Ottawa: National Museums of Canada, 1971.

Elliott, Carleton. “Music in New Brunswick.” Arts in New Brunswick. Ed. R.A. Tweedie, Fred Cogswell, and W. Stewart MacNutt. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1967. 191-201.

Ives, Edward D. Folksongs of New Brunswick. Fredericton: Goose Lane, 1989.

Labelle, Ronald, Jean Beaulieu and Marcel Breton. Inventaire des sources en folklore acadien. Moncton: Centre d’études acadiennes, 1984.

---. “The Neglected Heritage: A Look at the Study of Acadian Folklore.” Trans. R. Finck. A Literary and Linguistic History of New Brunswick. Ed. R. Gair, et al. Fredericton: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1985. 192-202.

---. “Offering New Lamps for Old Ones: The Study of Acadian Folklore Today.” Teaching Maritime Studies. Ed. Phillip Buckner. Fredericton: Acadiensis, 1986. 196-203.

Labelle, Ronald, and Margaret L. Steiner. “The French Irishman as Cultural Broker: An Acadian at the Miramichi Folksong Festival.” Northeast Folklore 35 (2000): 97-112.

Maillet, Antonine. Rabelais et les traditions populaires en Acadie. Archives de folklore 13. Québec: Presses de l’Université Laval, 1971.

Manny, Louise, and James R. Wilson, eds. Songs of Miramichi. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1968.

McCullagh, Harold. The Man Who Made New Brunswick Sing [David Thompson, Choirmaster]. St. Stephen, NB: Print ‘N Press, 1978.

Spray, Carole. Will o' the Wisp: Folk Tales and Legends of New Brunswick. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1979.

Sweet, Jean. “He Started the Whole Province Singing [David Thompson, Choirmaster].” Times-Globe [Saint John]. 12 July 1963.

Trueman, Stuart. Tall Tales and True Tales from Down East: Eerie experiences, heroic exploits, extraordinary personalities, ancient legends and folklore from New Brunswick and elsewhere in the Maritimes. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1979.

Vogan. Nancy. “The History of Public School Music in the Province of New Brunswick, 1872-1939.” Ph.D. dissertation. Eastman School of Music, U of Rochester, 1979.

11. Art, Architecture, & Material Culture

Alward, W.W. “Architecture in New Brunswick.” Arts in New Brunswick. Ed. R.A. Tweedie, Fred Cogswell, and W. Stewart MacNutt. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1967. 205-18.

Bourque, J. Rodolphe. Social and Architectural Aspects of Acadians in New Brunswick. Fredericton: Historical Resources Administration, 1971.

Cunningham, Robert, and John B. Prince. Tamped Clay and Saltmarsh Hay, Artifacts of New Brunswick. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1976.

Harris, Lawren. “Contemporary Painting [in New Brunswick].” Arts in New Brunswick. Ed. R.A. Tweedie, Fred Cogswell, and W. Stewart MacNutt. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1967. 163-180.

Laurette, Patrick Condon. “Aspects of an Acadian Art History.” Acadia of the Maritimes: Thematic Studies from Beginnings to the Present. Ed. Jean Daigle. Moncton, NB: Chaire d’études acadiennes, 1995. 757-806.

LeBlanc, Bernard V., and Ronnie-Gilles LeBlanc. “Traditional Material Culture in Acadia.” Trans. James Crombie. Acadia of the Maritimes: Thematic Studies from Beginnings to the Present. Ed. Jean Daigle. Moncton, NB: Chaire d’études acadiennes, 1995. 577-624.

LeBlanc, Yvon. “Architecture in Eastern New Brunswick.” Arts in New Brunswick. Ed. R.A. Tweedie, Fred Cogswell, and W. Stewart MacNutt. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1967. 219-28.

MacBeath, George. “[Visual] Artists in New Brunswick’s Past.” Arts in New Brunswick. Ed. R.A. Tweedie, Fred Cogswell, and W. Stewart MacNutt. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1967. 121-48.

Pinsky, Alfred. “Painting in New Brunswick: 1880-1946.” Arts in New Brunswick. Ed. R.A. Tweedie, Fred Cogswell, and W. Stewart MacNutt. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1967. 149-162.

Robertson, Marion. Rock Drawings of the Micmac Indians. Halifax: The Nova Scotia Museum, 1973.

Smith, Stuart Allen. “The Beaverbrook Art Gallery.” Arts in New Brunswick. Ed. R.A. Tweedie, Fred Cogswell, and W. Stewart MacNutt. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1967. 181-88.

Squires, W. Austin. The History and Development of the New Brunswick Museum (1842-1945). Saint John: New Brunswick Museum, 1945.

12. Pedagogy & Universities/Schools

Bailey, George Samuel d’Avray. New Brunswick Heritage: A Proposed Social Studies Course Using Art for Senior High Schools. M.Ed. thesis. U of New Brunswick, 1979.

Buckner, Phillip, ed. Teaching Maritime Studies. Fredericton: Acadiensis, 1986.

Costello, Evelyn. A Report on the Saint John Mechanics’ Institute, 1838-1890. M.A. thesis. U of New Brunswick, 1974. Ann Arbor, MI: UMI, 1974.

Davies, Gwendolyn. “Discussions on the K-Mart Bus: Teaching Maritime Literature.” Teaching Maritime Studies. Ed. Phillip Buckner. Fredericton: Acadiensis, 1986. 209-215.

French, Goldwin. “Methodism and Education in the Atlantic Provinces, 1800-1874.” The Contribution of Methodism to Atlantic Canada. Ed. Charles H.H. Scobie and John Webster Grant. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1992. 147-168.

Godin, Alcide. “Education Reforms in New Brunswick, 1960-70.” The Robichaud Era, 1960-70. Colloquium Proceedings. Maritime Series. N.p.: The Canadian Institute for Research on Regional Development, 2001. 173-86.

Griffiths, Barry. Teacher's Guidebook to New Brunswick: Its History and Its People. Toronto: Gage, 1984.

Hewitt, Martin. “The Mechanics' Institute Movement in the Maritimes, 1831-1889.” M.A. thesis. U of New Brunswick, 1986.

MacBeath, George and Dorothy May Chamberlain. Teacher's Manual New Brunswick: The Story of Our Province. Toronto: W.J. Gage, 1965.

MacNaughton, Katherine F.C. The Development of the Theory and Practice of Education in New Brunswick, 1784-1900. Fredericton: U of New Brunswick, 1947.

MacNutt, W.S., and Fred Cogswell. “The Universities of New Brunswick.” Arts in New Brunswick. Ed. R.A. Tweedie, Fred Cogswell, and W. Stewart MacNutt. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1967. 107-118.

Monro, Alexander.  “Provincial Education: Literature, Religious Denominations.” New Brunswick; with a Brief Outline of Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island. 1855. Belleville, ON: Mika Studio, 1972. 245-258.

Moore, Diana, and Andrew Schwenke, comps. New Brunswick Schools: A Guide to Archival Sources. Fredericton: Acadiensis, 1992.

Picot, J. Ernest. The Bathurst Grammar School, 1835-1926. N.p.: n.p., 1978.

---. A Brief History of Teacher Training in New Brunswick, 1848-1973. Fredericton: Department of Education, 1974.

Robinson, Paul. Where our Survival Lies: Students and Textbooks in Atlantic Canada. Halifax: Atlantic Institute of Education, 1979.

Saint John High School Alumnae, comps. A History of the Saint John Grammar School, 1805-1914. Saint John: Saint John Globe Publishing, 1914.

Somers, Faye. Saint John Vocational School: In Retrospect. Saint John: Dreamcatcher, 2001.

Trueman, Albert W. Canada’s University of New Brunswick: Its History and Its Development. New York & Montreal: Newcomen Society, 1952.

Vogan, Nancy. The History of Public School Music in the Province of New Brunswick, 1872-1939. Ph.D. dissertation. Eastman School of Music, U of Rochester, 1979. Ann Arbor, MI: UMI, 1979.

13. First Nations

Allen, Patricia Marlene. The Oxbow Site 1984: Metepenagiag Mi'kmaq First Nation, Miramichi, New Brunswick. New Brunswick Manuscripts in Archaeology 39. Fredericton, NB: New Brunswick Culture and Sport Secretariat, Archaeological Services, 2005.

Battiste, Marie. An Historical Investigation of the Social and Cultural Consequences of Micmac Literacy. Ed.D. dissertation. Stanford University, 1983. Ann Arbor, MI: UMI, 1984.

Francis, David A., and Robert M. Leavitt. A Passamaquoddy-Maliseet Dictionary/Peskotomuhkati Wolastoqewi Latuwewakon. Fredericton: Goose Lane, 2008.

Hamilton, W.D. The Federal Indian Day Schools of the Maritimes. Fredericton: Micmac-Maliseet Institute (UNB), 1986.

Perley, Bernard Christopher. Death by Suicide: Community Responses to Maliseet Language Death at Tobique First Nation, New Brunswick, Canada. Boston: Harvard UP, 2002.

Rand, Silas Tertius. Dictionary of the Language of the Micmac Indians, Who Reside in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Cape Breton, and Newfoundland. CIHM # 12361. Halifax: Nova Scotia Print Co., 1888.

---. A First Reading Book in the Micmac Language. CIHM # 12362. Halifax: Nova Scotia Print Co., 1875.

Robertson, Marion. Rock Drawings of the Micmac Indians. Halifax: The Nova Scotia Museum, 1973.

Szabó, László. “Maliseet: The Language of the St. John River Indians.” A Literary and Linguistic History of New Brunswick. Ed. R. Gair, et al. Fredericton: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1985. 29-40.

Trigger, Bruce G, ed. Handbook of North American Indians, 15: Northeast. Washington: Smithsonian, 1978.

Upton, L.F.S. Micmacs and Colonists: Indian-White Relations in the Maritimes, 1713-1867. Vancouver: U of British Columbia P, 1979.

Wiseman, Frederick Matthew. The Voice of the Dawn: An Autohistory of the Abenaki Nation. Hanover, NH: UP of New England, 2001.

Wright, Roy. “The Micmac Language.” A Literary and Linguistic History of New Brunswick. Ed. R. Gair, et al. Fredericton: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1985. 17-28.

14. Political Economy & Cultural/Arts Government Policy

Bell, David G. “A Note on the Reception of English Statutes in New Brunswick.” University of New Brunswick Law Journal 28 (1979): 195-201.

Boudreau, Michael, Peter Toner, and Tony Tremblay, eds. Exploring the Dimensions of Self-Sufficiency for New Brunswick. Fredericton: New Brunswick and Atlantic Studies Research & Development Centre, 2009.

Hodd, Thomas.  “Let’s Get Creative: The Forgotten Role of Culture in New Brunswick’s Quest for Self-Sufficiency.” Exploring the Dimensions of Self-Sufficiency for New Brunswick. Ed. Michael Boudreau, Peter Toner, and Tony Tremblay.  Fredericton: New Brunswick and Atlantic Studies Research & Development Centre, 2009. 196-209.

New Brunswick Arts Board. Towards an Arts Policy for New Brunswick: Discussion Paper. Moncton, NB: Institut de leadership, Universite de Moncton, 1995.

Premier’s Advisory Committee on the Arts. Final Report. Fredericton: Government of New Brunswick, 1988.

Royal Commission on Corporate Concentration. (Robert B. Bryce, Chairman). Ottawa: The Commission, 1978. Study no. 16: The Irving Group: A Case Study.

Savoie, Donald J. Federal-Provincial Collaboration: The Canada-New Brunswick General Development Agreement. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s UP, 1981.

---. Pulling Against Gravity: Economic Development in New Brunswick During the McKenna Years. Montreal: Institute for Research on Public Policy, 2001.

Thorburn, Hugh Garnet. Politics in New Brunswick. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1961.

Tremblay, Tony. “Theorizing New Brunswick’s Self-Sufficiency: Is There a Place for Culture at the Heart of Socio-Economic Renewal?” Exploring the Dimensions of Self-Sufficiency for New Brunswick. Ed. Michael Boudreau, Peter Toner, and Tony Tremblay.  Fredericton: New Brunswick and Atlantic Studies Research & Development Centre, 2009. 245-63.

15. Acadian Literature – General Studies

Beausoleil, Claude and Gérard LeBlanc, eds.  La poésie acadienne. Moncton, NB: Éditions Perce-Neige, 1999.

Bolduc, Yves. “Acadian Poetry.” Trans. E. Jones. A Literary and Linguistic History of New Brunswick. Ed. R. Gair, et al. Fredericton: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1985. 83-106.

Boudreau, Raoul. “[Acadian] Poetry as Action.” Unfinished Dreams: Contemporary Poetry of Acadie. Ed. Fred Cogswell and Jo-Anne Elder. Fredericton: Goose Lane, 1990. xvii-xxvii.

Boudreau, Raoul, and Marguerite Maillet. “Acadian Literature.” Trans. Huyen Châu Nguyen and Maureen Magee. Acadia of the Maritimes: Thematic Studies from Beginnings to the Present. Ed. Jean Daigle. Moncton, NB: Chaire d’études acadiennes, 1995. 679-720.

Cogswell, Fred, and Jo-Anne Elder, eds. Unfinished Dreams: Contemporary Poetry of Acadie. Fredericton: Goose Lane, 1990.

Daigle, Jean, ed. Acadia of the Maritimes: Thematic Studies from the Beginning to the Present. Moncton, NB: Chaire d’études acadiennes, 1995.

---, ed. The Acadians of the Maritimes: Thematic Studies. Moncton, NB: Chaire d’études acadiennes, 1982.

Dupont, Jean-Claude. Héritage d’Acadie. Collection Connaissance. Montréal: Leméac, 1977.

Grady, Wayne. “Acadia, Acadia! ... the real story is fascinating and full of surprises.” Queen’s Quarterly 105.3(Fall 1998):382-91.

Griffiths, Naomi. “The Golden Age: Acadian Life, 1713-1748.” Histoire sociale/Social History 17.33 (1984): 21-34.

LeBlanc, Emery. “Acadian Writing in New Brunswick.” Arts in New Brunswick. Ed. R.A. Tweedie, Fred Cogswell, and W. Stewart MacNutt. Fredericton: Brunswick Press, 1967. 41-44.

Leblanc, Gérald, and Claude Beausoleil, eds. La Poésie acadienne, 1948-1988. Trois-Rivières: Écrits des Forges/Le Castor astral, 1988.

Lyons, Rosemary. A Comparison of the Works of Antonine Maillet of the Acadian Tradition of New Brunswick, Canada, and Louise Erdrich of the Ojibwe of North America, with the Poems of Longfellow. Native American Studies 9. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2002.

Maillet, Antonine. “Littérature acadienne.” Royal Society of Canada. Transactions 15 (1977): 207-14.

Maillet, Marguerite. Histoire de la littérature acadienne: de rêve en rêve. Moncton: Éditions d’Acadie, 1983.

Paratte, Henri-Dominique. Acadians. Peoples of the Maritimes. 1991. Rev. and Expanded. Halifax: Nimbus, 1998.

The Robichaud Era, 1960-70: Colloquium Proceedings. Maritime Series, Monographs 10. Moncton, NB: The Canadian Institute for Research on Regional Development, 2001.

Robichaud, Anne-Marie. “The Public Speech and the Essay in Acadia.” Trans. R. Finck. A Literary and Linguistic History of New Brunswick. Ed. R. Gair, et al. Fredericton: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1985. 245-58.

Runte, Hans. “From Yesterday’s [Acadian] Novel to Tomorrow’s.” Trans. E. Jones. A Literary and Linguistic History of New Brunswick. Ed. R. Gair, et al. Fredericton: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1985. 203-12.

Wilbur, Richard. The Rise of French New Brunswick. Halifax: Formac, 1989.