National Geographic : 1941 May
Photograph from Public Archives ofCanada On a Winter's Day in Fredericton More Than a Hundred Years Ago, Hurrying Sleighs Jammed the Streets A sleigh has spilled its occupants and flung a silk "topper" and bonnet on the snow. At left, above a dog-drawnsled, asteer snatches hay while the team halts for lunch. A cow plunges out of a sleigh's path (center background); extreme right, antlers projecting from a sledgehold promise of venison for dinner (page 608). The sign on the building behind the load of hay is that of the great-grandfather of the author, whose family settled on theSt. John River before the American Revolution.