The Loyalist Research Network brings together individuals who are interested in the history and legacy of the Loyalists, refugees of the American Revolutionary War, who resettled in the late eighteenth century in the Maritime region of Canada (present-day New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island).
A digital collection of New Brunswick Church Records produced by the Mi'kmaq-Maliseet Institute at the University of New Brunswick.
A searchable dictionary produced by the Mi'kmaq-Maliseet Institute at the University of New Brunswick. The Passamaquoddy-Maliseet Language Portal links the 18,000-word online Passamaquoddy-Maliseet Dictionary with an extensive archive of videos of conversations and activities of Passamaquoddy-Maliseet speakers. The Portal is designed as a resource for language learning and research.
The Management of Industrial Forest Operations is an online textbook and learning environment aimed at educating forestry and engineering students about the fundamentals of industrial forest operations management.
This bilingual reference collection brings together all 57 commissions reports conducted between 1784 and 1950 for the province of New Brunswick. The fully-indexed reports, with illustrations and supporting text, are a valuable resource to researchers interested in New Brunswick's history, policy, politics and social issues.
The New Brunswick School Book Collection presents a searchable finding aid to the UNB Archives collection of school texts. The collection consists of 2,176 volumes with publication dates ranging from the early 1800s to the 1990s.
Records of land settlement in New Brunswick between 1765 and 1900. The records can be searched by county or place of settlement, and by name of primary grant holder.
A collection of selected letters from the Vertical File of The Rufus Hathaway Collection at UNB Archives and Special Collections. Correspondents include Bliss Carman, Rufus Hathaway, Mitchell Kennerley, Nathan Van Patten, Frederic Sherman and Peter McArther.
Synergies is a collaboration among Canadian universities to develop a not-for-profit platform for the publication and dissemination of research results in social sciences and humanities published in Canada. The Electronic Text Centre leads the Synergies project in Atlantic Canada.
TAPoR (Text Analysis Portal for Research) is a distributed text analysis research infrastructure. The University of New Brunswick TAPoR site is one of six regional centres nationwide providing access to texts, tools, and support for participating humanities computing researchers. History, literature, law, linguistics, multimedia-enhanced texts, and human-computer interaction issues are among the topics currently being explored through a diverse range of projects at UNB and across Canada.