1893 Nova Scotia History Photos Early Vintage Article
This historic 118+ year old ORIGINAL vintage article, Nova Scotia, was carefully removed from the New England Magazine, published in 1893. Written by Thomas F. Anderson, the article is 20 pages with 18 illustration / engravings. Page size is 6"x 9" (00333)
Some Illustrations Include:
- Cliff near Digby Light
- Digby fishermen
- Haymaking in the Annapolis Valley
- Coxheath Copper Mine
- Entrance to Sydney Harbor, from site of Coxheath Smelting Works
- A Blueberry Caravan at Yarmouth
- Low Tide at Windsor
- The Backbone of the Province
- Acadia College, Wolfville
- Ruins of the Old Fortress at Louisburg
- Entrance to Yarmouth Harbor
- Fishing on the Tusket Lakes
- Old Church at Clementsport
- Grand Pre
- The Lighthouse Road, Digby
- Block House and Barracks at Windsor
- Black Bluenoses
- Digby Gap
Condition: Good Condition with some very light toning and soiling to the pages due to age. See photos.
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