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(@KENBURROWS) Ken Burrows said:September 9th, 2017 (6:09am) PDT
@TimDuffus @ramonachiassongmailcom WELL HELLO.....AGAIN! Thank you guys. Yes Ramona, call them Indians, Acadians or I guess now, Indigenous; the peoples of Canada were used and as you say trampled.
In Nova Scotia we had great fortune to come upon a restaurant and owner who was 4th generation Acadian and the restaurant served Acadian meals. We spent a number of periods of time talking about history..real history. Amazing food and stories.
(@TimDuffus) Tim Duffus said:September 8th, 2017 (6:03pm) PDT
Great capture Ken
(@ramonachiassongmailcom) Ramona Chiasson said:September 4th, 2017 (11:52am) PDT
yes the great divide between the French and English..we Acadians got trampled in between..we were just for the land itself..nice one
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The sun sets on the Fortress of Louisbourg, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.

The fort's history dates to about 1712 for settlement. Two seiges of the fort helped determine the future for Canada for at that time this was the territory of France.

In the early 1950's massive reconstruction began in an effort to save this historic site. It is now a National Historic location.



Uploaded: Sep 4th, 2017 (11:41am)
Category: Travel/Vacation
GPS: Lat: 45.91617, Lon: -59.97634
Camera: DMC-FZ60
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