New Waterford (N.S.)

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A.N. MacDonald, Police Chief

  • 77-550-684
  • Item
  • ca. 1912

Item is a photograph of A.N. MacDonald, first Police Chief of New Waterford.

Ceilidh at the home of Mr. And Mrs. Michael MacDonald

Item is an audio recording of a ceilidh at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Michael MacDonald, New Waterford N.S. Recording includes a selection of Gaelic songs, and piano tunes.

MacPhee, Doug (New Waterford) - Piano selection

MacPhee, Doug (New Waterford) - Piano selection

MacLean, Peter (Boston) - Bheir mi o air morag ho...

MacLean, Mrs. Annie (Christmas Island) - Bha mi raoir gu sunndach, sunndach

Beaton, John Angus (Boston) - Illean ill o, illean i...

MacDonald, Mrs. Kay (New Waterford) - Mo run geal dileas

MacLean, Mrs. Annie (Christmas Island) - Och mar tha mi...

MacDonald, Mrs. Kay (New Waterford) - Mo Mhathair

Beaton, John Angus (Boston) - Hiu a ho 's na hiu ro eile

MacDonald, Mrs. Kay (New Waterford) - O hi ri ill obha ho...

Beaton, John Angus (Boston) - Piano duet

MacPhee, Doug and Mrs. Margaret (New Waterford) - Piano duet

Beaton, John Angus (Boston) - O chion a righ gur e mi tha muladach...

MacDonald, Mrs. Kay (New Waterford) - Mairi Og

Beaton, John Angus (Boston) - A' Mhairi Dhubh...

MacDonald, Kay

Central School - N.W.

Item is a photographic portrait of the Central School Glee Club holding a plaque that reads "C.B. Music Festival Shield School Chorus (Gr.3) Taught by Grade Teacher."

Central School N.W.

Item is a photographic portrait of young men and women from Central School holding a plaque that says "C.B Music Festival Shield Grade 7."

Conversation with Irene Timmons

Item is an audio recording of Irene Timmons discussing the history of New Waterford.

Timmons is a teacher, still teaches in New Waterford
Attended school in Port Morien first, family moved to New Waterford in 1912
School heated by stoves, nuns lived in a company house, convent not built yet. Mother St. Osmond C.N.D. Was the Principal of Mt. Carmel School then
Started to teach at the age of 16, had Grade 11. Salary $32 per month plus $60 prov. Grant. In 1949, "B" license, upgraded license at Xavier.
Finds children not too different today, they do need to be taught respect.
Describes their periodic visits to her classes also public examination
No lights or water in home, tape placed on streets, water had to be carried

MacDonald, Kay

Dougall MacIntyre, Gravestone

  • 91-1078-23039
  • Item
  • 1991

Item is a photograph of the gravestone marking the burial of noted New Waterford musician, Dougall MacIntyre. Dougall was Margaret MacPhee's father and Dougie MacPhee's grand-father (both pianists). Mr. MacIntyre is buried at St. Agnes Cemetery in New Waterford.

Prendergast, Paul

Duncan MacQuarrie, Gravestone

  • 91-1095-23056
  • Item
  • 1991

Item is a photograph of the gravestone marking the burial of musician Duncan MacQuarrie. Mr. MacQuarrie is buried in Mount Carmel Cemetery in New Waterford.

Prendergast, Paul

Fr. Cyril Miller

  • 77-636-770
  • Item
  • ca. 1935

Item is a photograph of Fr. Cyril Miller of New Waterford.

Grades 1 & 2 - St. Agnes N.W.

Item is a photographic portrait of the grade one and two classes at St. Agnes Elementary holding a plaque that reads "CB MUSIC Festival/Sydney Teachers Union/ SCHOOL CHORUS (Gr. 1 2)."

Hughie and Mary Beaton MacDonald, Gravestone

  • 91-1072-23033
  • 1991

Item is a photograph of the gravestone marking the burials of Hughie MacDonald and his wife Mary Beaton MacDonald in St. Agnes Cemetery in New Waterford.

Prendergast, Paul

Interview with Rose Schwartz of New Waterford

Item is an audio interview. Pam Newton interviews Mrs. Rose Schwartz about her life in New Waterford over a span of six decades. In the interview, Rose Schwartz mentions biographical data, family genealogy, occupation as peddlers, businessmen, various Jewish families, family life, Jewish organizations, and the synagogue.
Recording available for streaming: T-2206a [http://beaton.cbu.ca/AtoM/audio/T-2206a.mp3] and
T-2206b [http://beaton.cbu.ca/AtoM/audio/T-2206b.mp3]

Margaret MacPhee

  • MG 15.76
  • File
  • 1997 - 1999

File consists of various newspaper clippings re: New Waterford pianist Margaret MacPhee, including her obituary. File also contains a copy of Greg MacLeod's eulogy delivered at her funeral in 1997, and a remembrance article from The Cape Bretoner (Summer 1999).

MacPhee, Margaret

Miners, New Waterford

  • 80-16-4196
  • Item
  • 1921

Item is a photograph of miners at #14, New Waterford, with new lamps.

Mount Carmel Church, New Waterford

  • 78-33-1783
  • Item
  • 1913

Item is a postcard of Mount Carmel Church with an inset picture of Rev. J. Nicholson who was the pastor.

Mt. Caramel Church, New Waterford

  • 77-624-758
  • Item
  • ca. 1915

Item is a photograph of Mt. Carmel Church, New Waterford, with a small inset picture of Rev. J.M. Nicholson, first pastor.

New Waterford Three Score and Ten: Seventy Years of Civic History

  • FC 2349 N48 B6
  • Item
  • 1983

Item is a book edited by Ted Boutilier that outlines the history of New Waterford, as of its 70th anniversary in 1983. It features information about community institutions, culture, organizations, and recreation, and includes a section titled "The First Black Men to Settle in New Waterford."

New Waterford: Dominion #14 Colliery

  • 80-852-5032
  • Item
  • ca. 1910

Item is a photograph of the New Waterford Dominion #14 Colliery, showing company houses in the foreground.

Plummer Avenue, New Waterford

  • 77-257-391
  • Item
  • 1923

Item is a postcard of several people standing outside the Royal Bank of Canada building on Plummer Avenue in New Waterford.

Town of New Waterford

  • T-2167
  • Item
  • 1981

Item is an audio reel that features a sound recording of C.J.C.B. Radio "Talk Back" announcer Norris Nathanson interviewing Dr. Danny Nathanson on the history of the town of New Waterford.