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Woodstock

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Woodstock is a Canadian town in Carleton County, New Brunswick located on the west bank of the Saint John River at the mouth of the Meduxnekeag River, 92 km north west of Fredericton and close to the Canada–United States border and Houlton, Maine.This town is the administrative headquarters of the Woodstock Maliseet First Nation band government.HistoryWoodstock was settled by Loyalists following the American War of Independence. It was named for Woodstock Parish, established in 1786, which in turn was named for William Cavendish-Bentinck, 3rd Duke of Portland and Viscount Woodstock, who was briefly British Prime Minister in 1783.The upper limit of Loyalist grants on the river fell to members of Colonel De Lancey's Brigade who fought successfully in the Siege of Ninety-Six and at the Battle of Eutaw Springs. They accepted the land and moved there early in the summer of 1784. Three small settlements were formed in this new area named Woodstock and they were: the Upper Corner; the Creek Village; and Lower Woodstock.
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