This book by Kenneth Burke, a retired professor of geophysics at the University of New Brunswick, delves into the contemporary reports of events attributed to earthquakes in newspapers, diaries, letters and other documents in the years between 1811 and 1960. Transcriptions have been made of information found, followed by interpretations of whether the effects of the event can be attributed to an earthquake or some other cause such cryoseisms or thunderstorms. For those events identified as earthquakes, interpretation of dates, times, Modified Mercalli intensity values, felt-area maps, and magnitudes are given when possible. Felt effects in New Brunswick of seven...

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