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Hartland

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Hartland is a town in Carleton County, New Brunswick, Canada.GeographyHartland is situated on the Saint John River in the central-western portion of the province in the agricultural heartland of Carleton County.HistoryThe first settler in the area of what would become Hartland was William Orser and his son William Jr. William traveled there from New York with his wife and six children. His wife died of an illness and he remarried to a widow, Mary Blake, who also had six children. The pair later conceived an additional six children. The land was settled in 1797, and granted in 1809.The town was named Hartland in 1874, to honour James R. Hartley, a surveyor and MLA.It is the hometown of two of New Brunswick's premiers during the 20th century: Hugh John Flemming and Richard Hatfield. U.S. Congressmen Isaac & Samuel Stephenson and Prince Edward Island's Lieutenant-Governor Barbara Oliver Hagerman are also from Hartland. Renowned Canadian poet Alden Nowlan also lived in the town for several formative years while working for the Hartland Observer newspaper.
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