Cat No.: CAG034:Content Description: A wonderfully detailed and fascinating history of the fortification we call Louisbourg, from its earliest inception to the end of its active military life following the two great sieges. The first siege is described in particular detail. The account discusses the lives of the individuals as well as the political / national events and augments the facts to be found in official reports with some additional detail of less “official” activities. One of the best histories of this important location on Cape Bretton that I have ever read.
Gleaned from: Collections of the Nova Scotia Historical Society 1893 - 95, Vol IX, Published: 1895
by: Joseph Plimsoll Edwards
Size: (pages) 60, (download) 6.1 MB
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