Historic Sussex

Elaine Hogg

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ISBN: 9781551097527

Historic Sussex

  Author:   Elaine Hogg    
  Publisher:  Nimbus Publishing

First a settlement for the Maliseet and Mi’kmaq peoples and later a safe haven for American Loyalist immigrants in the eighteenth century, Sussex was not incorporated as a town until after the establishment of a railway station in 1895. In Historic Sussex, author Elaine Ingalls Hogg has collected over 150 historical images from Sussex’s beginnings up to the Second World War, including photos of the town’s famed agricultural producers, its businesses, and its military encampment, Camp Sussex. Named as Canada’s “typical small town” by the CBC in 1956, Sussex has a rich history that comes alive in this new entry in the popular Images of Our Past series.

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ISBN associated with this title:9781551097527
Item NB0884
PublisherNimbus Publishing
PublisherNimbus Publishing
Published onApril 19 2010
Language eng
Pages 180
Format Paperback
Dimensions9.25(in) x 6.5(in)
Shipping weight340(g)
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Elaine Ingalls Hogg is the author of Historic Grand Manan and When Canada Joined Cape Breton, and the editor of Christmas in the Maritimes. She writes an inspirational column for the Kings County Record and has had stories included in more than a dozen anthologies, as well as in various magazines and newspapers, and on CBC radio. Elaine and her husband, Hugh, live near Sussex and share their home with two adopted rag-doll cats, Angus and Alex.