Category Archives: National Historic Place

Fortress of Louisbourg

A winter day at the Fortress of Louisbourg

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Frédéric Gate

Frédéric Gate, Fortress of Louisbourg

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Fort Anne

A view of the Annapolis River and Basin from Fort Anne [pano file=”http://carlykb.com/360vr/h5/frtanne1.htm”]

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Fort Saint Louis

Fort Saint Louis was a fort built by the French Empire in 1623 in its colony of Acadia. During the Scottish occupation of Port Royal from 1629 to 1632, this fort was France’s only foothold in Acadia. The British were … Continue reading

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St. John Evangelist Anglican Church

The back entrance and a view of Crooked Channel St. John Evangelist Anglican Church is a small Victorian Gothic Revival building located on Bell Island in the LaHave Islands, on a hill overlooking Crooked Channel. The church was built and … Continue reading

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