Peaceable Kingdom: Nicolas Austin, Quaker Pioneer

Type of resource
Authors/collaborators
Title
Peaceable Kingdom: Nicolas Austin, Quaker Pioneer
Abstract
Pacifist Quaker Nicholas Austin (1736-1821) was a refugee from the American Revolution. He led a group to found a settlement around Lake Memphremagog in Quebec called Gibraltar Point where they could avoid harassment by Loyalists and others. The village of Austin and a spirit of ethnic peace are his legacy.
Distributor
White Pine Pictures
Date
1999
Running Time
22 min., 24 sec.
Language
en
Notes

Originally aired as part of the television series "A Scattering of Seeds: The Creation of Canada.'

Citation
Duckworth, Martin. Peaceable Kingdom: Nicolas Austin, Quaker Pioneer. White Pine Pictures, 1999.
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