Campobello Island

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Cam·po·bel·lo Island

An island of southwest New Brunswick, Canada, off the coast of Maine. A popular resort area, the island became part of Canada in 1817.
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On April 14,1866, John O'Mahony's faction landed on Indian Island with hopes of seizing Campobello Island, New Brunswick, as a naval base, only to be driven off three days later.
24, 1925, in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada, and raised on Campobello Island, New Brunswick.
A long-time contributor to The Pastel Journal and Contributing Editor for The Artist's Magazine, he lives and paints on Campobello Island, New Brunswick, and in Sedona, Arizona.
"The Wisdom of Stones" is a deeply inspirational little book of stunning, expressive color photo compositions of beach stones of Campobello Island, New Brunswick, Canada, perfectly wedded to a haiku-like series of poetic meditations or prayers.
Ships would be required to maintain a northeasterly course and enter into Canadian waters along the east and northeast coasts of Campobello Island, New Brunswick. Ships would then thread Head Harbor Passage, passing Campobello Island along the island's north shore, to Friar Roads south of Indian Island and Cherry Isle, into United States waters.
Campobello Island, New Brunswick, Canada, the site of Franklin D.