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Book Launch For 3 Books From The George Frederick Clarke Project

Please join us for the launch of the first three books from the George Frederick Clarke Project on Friday 18,  September at 4:00 p.m. in the Milham Room, Room #100, Harriet Irving Library.

Mary Bernard, George Frederick Clarke’s granddaughter, and other family members will be speaking and reading from the books. Reception to follow. Copies of the three books will be available for purchase and signing.

The three books are: The Last Romantic. The life of George Frederick Clarke, master storyteller of New Brunswick by Mary Bernard; The Ghost of Nackawick Portage. The collected short stories of George Frederick Clarke edited by Mary Bernard and Six Salmon Rivers and another, 4th edition, by George Frederick Clarke, edited by Mary Bernard.

George Frederick Clarke (1883-1974), prominent Woodstock citizen, dentist, noted author, historian, archaeologist, sport fisherman, and conservationist. Awarded an honorary degree from UNB in 1969 recognizing him as “a distinguished resident of his native Province.”

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