GenWeb de la Basse Côte-Nord

Quebec Lower North Shore GenWeb


Le GenWeb de la Basse Côte-Nord est une composante du GenWeb du Québec et du Canada GenWeb.

The Lower North Shore GenWeb is part of the Quebec GenWeb and the Canada GenWeb Projects.

Timeline Pictures – Dr. Hare

Dr. Mather Hare of Nova Scotia, the first doctor to work in Harrington Harbour, Quebec, under the auspices of the Grenfell Mission. He supervised the building of the first hospital at Harrington in 1907. He and his family resided in Harrington for 7 years. Picture from Patrick Hare (grandson).  click here / cliquez ici
Dr Mather Hare held his first clinics out of the homes of his patients’ which required him to travel extensively by boat and dog team, as shown in the picture. Picture from Patrick Hare (grandson).  click here / cliquez ici
 Estelle Hare, the wife of Dr. Mather Hare, trying out an Inuit skin Kayak, in Harrington. The Inuit made annual trips along the Coast at that time. Picture from Patrick Hare (grandson).  click here / cliquez ici

Date Entered on Web Site: 28 September 2002

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Dernière mise à jour: 13/10/2016

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