(c) 2007-2014  Last updated April 9, 2014



To foster, promote and encourage all residents within the FNHA boundaries (Barker’s Point, Devon, Douglas, Marysville, Lower St. Mary's and Nashwaaksis) to actively pursue the celebrating, collecting, identifying and recording of the history of the area as represented by individuals, families, places, objects, photographs, books, buildings, places of business, cemeteries,mechanical equipment,recreational/sport facilities, and natural features.
Business Fredericton North
City of Fredericton Heritage
Fredericton Heritage Trust
Fredericton Region Museum
Heritage Branch (Province of NB)
Heritage Canada Foundation
Keswick Ridge Historical Society
Virtual Museum of Canada
York County GenWeb



Welcome to the website of the Fredericton North Heritage Association (FNHA), which was formed in 2007 to honour the rich heritage of the northside of Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.
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 Rafting on the Douglas Boom
The aims and objectives of FNHA:
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April 2014 speaker Semra N. Yuksel with FNHA member George Wood. Ms. Yuksel, presented her documentary "It Was The Dance". It told the story of an interracial couple who met during the Second World War and settled near Fredericton after the War. The film addressed issues of racism, socio-economic injustice and the complex history of the black experience in New Brunswick.