his scene recalls the early
days of sport fishing with plentiful stock and no limits on catch. Lord
Mulgrave, Lieutenant-Governor of Nova Scotia, is shown with members of
his entourage during a visit to the Nepisiguit River in northeastern
New Brunswick during the late 1850s.
Morning at Mid-Landing (1860)
From a lithograph after William Hickman in Nipisaguit, A River of
New Brunswick, B.N. America.
(Courtesy: Webster Collection, New Brunswick Museum)