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Louisbourg

a fortress in Canada, in Nova Scotia on SE Cape Breton Island: founded in 1713 by the French and strongly fortified (1720--40); captured by the British (1758) and demolished; reconstructed as a historic site
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Bass's writing provides a visceral experience of the events leading up to the Siege of Louisbourg, thrusting Laz into a life completely unknown to him, without technology, clean drinking water or regular bathing.
Students will have the opportunity to uncover and analyse the remains of the people who lived in Louisbourg during the 18th century, providing new insights into the populations health and well-being during an important period in Canadas history.
As part of an intense commemoration and development of historic sites across the country during a period that saw the increased link between heritage and tourism, Lower Fort Garry became a major showpiece in western Canada and approached the vast research and restoration programs carried out at Louisbourg and the Halifax Citadel.
HISTORICAL FICTION | CANADA | LOUISBOURG | FRIENDSHIP | SEVEN YEARS' WAR
The earliest French settlements had been situated along the south coast of Cape Breton, at Louisbourg, Gabarus, and Isle Madame.
French Taste in Atlantic Canada does exactly that by examining the foodways of Acadie and Fortress Louisbourg during the 17th and early 18th centuries.
The British amphibious operation to capture the French fortress at Louisbourg in Canada during the Seven Years' War was the largest joint operation undertaken by British forces in that period.
When I wrote about 18th-century Havana or Louisbourg, I knew that fewer than 10 people on the face of the Earth knew as much as I did about either of these subjects, and no one knew more about the pair of them.
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Published in conjunction with the 300th anniversary of Canada's Fortress Louisbourg National Historic Site in 2013, this book explores food and food preparation, along with agriculture and the art of gardens, in the daily life in Louisbourg, on what is now known as Cape Breton Island.
The Cuban Connection" is set in Louisbourg, Nova Scotia, where five shady individuals converge with a plot.
L'impact culturel de ces experiences differe neanmoins; s'ils inspirent directement le design contemporain en Scandinavie, les exemples canadiens tels Louisbourg ou Upper Canada Village demeurent des temoins d'un monde revolu sans incidence sur le present.