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The village of Gagetown is a quaint community founded in about 1760, as the first British settlers trickled into the then colony of Nova Scotia. It was not until 1784 that New Brunswick became a separate colony.

The St. John River has its source waters in northern Maine and Quebec, and flows southeast for 450 miles to the Bay of Fundy. For part of this distance the river forms the boundary between the United States and Canada. The river valley was historically a valuable corridor linking the Maritime colonies - later provinces - to the rest of Canada.

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