Preserving and Sharing the Rich Heritage of Harvey Rural Community

Harvey Heritage is dedicated to exploring, collecting, and protecting the historical treasures of Harvey Rural Community, a region shaped by the rich histories of the Village of Harvey, Manners Sutton, Dumfries, Prince William, Kingsclear, and New Maryland. Dive into our expansive digital archive and discover photos, documents, and narratives that paint a vibrant picture of our unified heritage. Support our preservation efforts by becoming a member of our community or making a contribution.

Oromocto Lake Lodge

Postcard of Oromocto Lake Lodge. Inspription: Oromocto Lake LodgeNew modern Lodge and Camps.located 9 miles south of Harvey Station, N.B.Route 3 from Vanceboro. Route 4 Calais Me. Date unknown.

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Sarah Edmonds Memorial

This monument commemorating Sarah Emma Edmonds, born in Magaguadavic in 1841, is located on Saunders Road off of Farm Point Road on the way to

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Brockway Millwheel

Brockway Millstone. Image Source: Sheryl Bartlett Reuben Brockway built a grist mill in Brockway in the early days of its settlement, which later burned down.

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Little Settlers Monument

This monument is located at the corner of Frog Lake Road and Route 3 and was dedicated in 1942 to commemorate the settlement of the area by

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Pioneers of Tweedside Monument

This monument, located at 650 Tweedside Road, commemoratesing settlers who came from the Scottish English borderland in the 1840s and 1850s. It was built by

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Brockway Union Church

Dedicated in 1890, the church was so called because the community was represented by several denominations such as Methodist, Presbyterian, Baptist, Congregational, and Plymouth Brethren,

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David Glendenning

David GlendenningBorn 1840 died 1918David was a native of Richibucto, kent Co, N.B. and came toharvey as a school teacher, His wife Jane was the

Nesbitt Family

Circa 1895 photo of the family of Thomas and Janet (Little)Nesbitt.Thomas Nesbitt, son of George Nesbitt & Elizabeth Embleton.Born 1848 in Harvey. Died 9 Sep

Honoring Outstanding Contributions: Our Wall of Recognition

Discover the remarkable individuals on our Wall of Recognition, honoring those who have made significant contributions to the Harvey region. From arts and science to business and education, or through volunteering and historical preservation, these local heroes have shaped our vibrant heritage in exceptional ways.

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Explore More with Our Facebook Group: Old Harvey Photos

Join our Facebook group, ‘Old Harvey Photos,’ a thriving community of over 3,200 members where new photos are added daily. Many of these captivating images aren’t yet archived on our website, offering you exclusive access to undiscovered pieces of our rich heritage.