Missisquoi Historical Society Report #10

Foreword 5
Dedication 6
Anthem for Centennial of Canadian Confederation 7
Confederation as Affecting Lower Canada – 1867 9
Christian View of Confederation – 1967 10
Poem: The World is Wide Enough 12
Prayer For Expo 13
Vilas Co. at Expo 15
Boys from Mass. Visit Bedford on Way to Expo 16
The First Ten Years 17
Cowansville 26
Freeport 42
Mystic 50
Farnham 59
The Vincent Family 75
Rev. Caleb Cotton 80
Wyatt Eaton – Artist 89
Historic old Houses in Sweetsburg 94
Thoughts of a Prospective Bride 97
Some Festivals in Old Missisquoi 99
Pike River 104
La paroisse Ste. Jeanne d’Arc 107
The 13th Scottish Light Dragoons 109
Organist Honoured in Frelighsburg 111
Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Spicer Celebrate Birthdays 113
Diary – Written in 1868 in Dunham 115
Dunham Diary 121
Agreement for Rental of a Farm 130
Victoria Springs – Frelighsburg 134
Lynwood Farnham 138
My Old Quilting Frames 140
Historic Cairn Unveiled 143
Historical Society Notes 145
Acknowledgements 149