For more than 10 centuries, the Saint John River has been a central pathway through the land now known as the province of New Brunswick. First Nations people rode its currents in hand-carved canoes over thousands of years. Then, with the 17th-century arrival of European settlers, who used sail-powered craft such as woodboats, travel on the St. John drastically changed form…enjoy more from this website.
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