New Gold-diggings in Nova Scotia : Gold-Street, Tangier

Print showing miners walking down a street lined with shaft houses.

Captain Campbell Hardy wrote in the article which accompanied this engraving in the Illustrated London News that, "Gold-street, as it is called — an assemblage of wooden houses, or rather shanties, raised up at an expense of some £2 or £3 in this country of cheap timber — is the subject of our Engraving."

Captain Campbell Hardy; Unknown
1861
Tangier, Nova Scotia, CANADA
wood engraving on paper
16.0 x 23.3 cm
2005.135
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