BOOKS - ARTICLES re MARYSVILLE
HISTORY OF MARYSVILLE
In 1983, Douglas Daaman Pond wrote a 163 page “History of Marysville” in which he traces the development of the town through the lumbering and cotton mill days. 
Many interesting and informative details on lumbering, lumber mills, cotton mill, stores, blacksmiths, postal service, doctors, barbers, ladies’ hair stylists, milliners, dressmakers, restaurants, garages, credit union, bakeries, drug stores, ice business, farming, communications, civic government, churches, education, fraternal organizations, clubs and sports were included. Reminiscences of Boss Gibson, interviews, lists of names, as well as the many photos will keep Marysville - its history and its people - on the map long after the amalgamation with Fredericton took place.
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