Map of Winterbourne Kingston

had near the town in autumn. 162 m. Meductic. This little village is the site of an ancient Indian fort and village; the fort was built to protect the local Miliseets from the Mohawks, and consisted of a ditch and an earthen wall along which was built a stockade. French missionaries were at work in the village here towards the end of the 17th century and a church was built in 1717; it was demolished in 1767 as the Indians had mostly moved away; a cairn marks the site. 163 m. Hwy. 26 leaves the route r. for Skiff and Chiputneticook lakes and the U.S.A. Skiff L., 24 m., is a very attractive spot, dotted with isds. and with good fishing for land-locked salmon and trout. 172 m. Pokiok, where there is a pretty waterfall. 182 m. Long Creek. Here Hwy. 3 comes in from the U.S.A., 40 m. distant. 183 m. Kingsclear, where the Snowshoe isds. in the river are asso-ciated with an Indian legend. 200 m. Fredericton (pop. 16,018). New Brunswick’s capital city lies on the r. bank of the St. John river opposite the mouth of the

Old Maps of Winterborne Kingston – Francis Frith

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