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"Megaprojects: Base Gagetown and the Nerepis Valley shows the photographs, music, and maps of the people, farms, and woodlots expropriated during the building of the Canadian Forces Base Gagetown in the 1950's. Part of the Megaprojects New Media series created by Jon van der Veen, as discussed in Joy Parr's book 'Sensing Changes'."
This section shows the changes on Base Gagetown, especially along Lawfied Rd and in the General Manoeuvre area, by displaying diachronic aerial photography from 1945, 1962, and 2002.
This section shows photographs and music relating to Raymond and Lydia Scott, former residents along Lawfield road whose farmland was expropriated for the building of Base Gagetown.
Photographs of Jersey cattle and related events in the area.
Photographs of the Lumber camps
Photographs of the Woodlots in the area.
Photographs of the anniversaries of the expropriation in the Nerepis Valley. Includes photographs of residents seeing Lawfield road for the first time since expropriation.
Material including photographs, music, and video of the music and dance celbration in the area, collected by Greg Marquis of the University of New Brunswick.
A collection of some of the mats that Lydia and Raymond Scott hooked.
Megaprojects New Media series by Jon van der Veen. Contact: email@example.com. Part of the megaprojects research by Joy Parr, as discussed in the book 'Sensing Changes' (UBC Press, 2009).