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Kathleen Gallison Dunn
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Kathleen Gallison Dunn commented on Kathleen Gallison Dunn's blog post Duncan McColl: He Evangelized the Border
"The book you want to read abut the fall of Eastport is Harold Davis's AN INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY ON THE SAINT CROIX, published originally in 1950 by the University of Maine press and brought out again in the 70s. I love that book. It's out…"
Sep 30, 2014
Pam Beveridge commented on Kathleen Gallison Dunn's blog post Duncan McColl: He Evangelized the Border
"Just bought it!  Will read it later tonight.  Wish I had known of it before the July 11-12, 2014 commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the capture of Eastport, Maine, by a British fleet.  Maybe for June 2018 when we do the…"
Sep 30, 2014
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Duncan McColl: He Evangelized the Border

One of the towering figures of Charlotte County, N. B., history was the Reverend Duncan McColl, who settled there with the U. E. Loyalists and brought the Gospel to the other settlers. As a young man he served with the Argyll Highlanders and fought in the siege of what is now Castine, Maine. Kirk McColl in Saint Stephen was named after him. His life is fascinating, to me, at least, given that he kept the border folk from fighting each other in the War of 1812. I pulled together his…See More
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Duncan McColl: He Evangelized the Border

Posted on September 29, 2014 at 7:28pm 2 Comments

One of the towering figures of Charlotte County, N. B., history was the Reverend Duncan McColl, who settled there with the U. E. Loyalists and brought the Gospel to the other settlers. As a young man he served with the Argyll Highlanders and fought in the siege of what is now Castine, Maine. Kirk McColl in Saint Stephen was named after him. His life is fascinating, to me, at least, given that he kept the border folk from fighting each other in the War of 1812. I pulled together his…

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