Katherine F.C. MacNaughton's publication on the history of Education in New Brunswick is a landmark publication. The first work selected for A. G. Bailey's series "University of New Brunswick Historical Studies," it remains to be the only comprehensive coverage of this topic up to its date of publication in 1947.
A collection of photographs documenting the history of varsity athletic teams, and sports in general, at the University of New Brunswick.
The UNB Scholar Research Repository is the new repository initiative by UNB Libraries. It represents a renewed, explicit focus on open access, communication, and transparency in Scholarly Communications at the University of New Brunswick.
Digital images and text transcriptions of one hundred eighteenth-century documents, featuring rare New Brunswickana, Canadiana, and local history, selected from the Saint John Free Public Library's Primary Source Documents Collection.
The manuscript of Ward Chipman's defence of an enslaved woman in 1800, in Fredericton, New Brunswick, has been transcribed and imaged for presentation online.
The Winslow Papers is a digital collection documenting the Loyalist experience in the American Revolution and the subsequent establishment of English Canada. Consisting of over 3,600 items and 11,000 pages, the collection covers the period from 1695 to 1866. The original Winslow manuscripts are located in Archives and Special Collections at the University of New Brunswick.
Works of poetry and prose, by early Canadian women writers, transcribed for publication online, with images and supporting text.