Orientation Gallery / Gordon Mosher

The Boss's World Exhibit (2009-2016)

The Boss’s World Exhibit (2009-2016)

The Orientation Room, located immediately to the right of the entry-way door, is intended to welcome its many visitors to the wealth of heritage and history in the greater Fredericton region.

This is accomplished by the use of exhibit panels with visual aids and text, display cases containing important early area artefacts, and a twenty minute DVD film (French and English). The focus is on interpreting our history in an exciting, interactive and engaging manner so that viewers will gain a keener awareness of our collective past.

The film spans four centuries of the area’s dramatic history, with a special emphasis on the Aboriginal, Acadian and Loyalist inhabitants. It includes dramatic vignettes, recreations, personal narratives, maps and early paintings of the area as well as music.

2 responses to “Orientation Gallery / Gordon Mosher

  1. RE S/L Mosher.
    my father flew a s his second pilot in India on 203 Squadron. They were involved in the probale sinking of a Japanese submarine in the Bay of Bengal.

    If you have any information on this I would be interested

    Trevor Pearce

    • Hi Trevor, I just noticed this message. I have some electronic (scanned) photos of the sinking of that sub and of the crew. Please send me an email at karengar@nbnet.nb.ca and I will send them to you. I also know of a website you would be interested in.

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