Charlotte County Archives
The Charlotte County Archives' collection reflects the social, political and economic history of Charlotte County, New Brunswick. Collections date back to the 18th century, and include thousands of original documents reflecting various individuals, groups, and businesses who have contributed to the county's social, cultural, economic and political life. Visitors to the Archives have access to more than 5,000 photographic images dating from the 1850s, manuscripts and theses, Charlotte County newspapers, maps and architectural drawings, letters, diaries, and ships' logs. The reference room includes family histories, and other genealogical resources, a small research library and microfilm readers.
The Charlotte County Archives, a not-for-profit organization, was established in 1975 by the Charlotte County Historical Society. The Archives has occupied the Old Gaol since 1982, and the building is provided and maintained by the Province of New Brunswick. The Province provides some financial support, but the majority of the Archives' operating funds is derived from donations and fund raising activities.
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