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1820 - 1920. A Century of Industry on the North Shore of Nova Scotia: Wallace to River John

 
Close Up of the Area Investigated, North Shore, Nova Scotia, Canada
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Satellite Image of the Northumberland Strait, River John to Wallace, Nova Scotia, Canada
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1) FARMING -The Early Days, North Shore, Nova Scotia, Canada
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Farmer J. Bell, New Annan, Nova Scotia, Canada
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Farming in the late 1800's, North Shore, Nova Scotia, Canada
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2) LUMBERING - Small Scale Operation, North Shore, Nova Scotia, Canada
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Winter Logging, North Shore, Nova Scotia, Canada
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Winter Conditions, North Shore, Nova Scotia, Canada
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Winter Transport, North Shore, Nova Scotia, Canada
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Lumber Piles, North Shore, Nova Scotia, Canada
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Relaxing in the Woods, North Shore, Nova Scotia, Canada
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Logs Waiting Processing, North Shore, Nova Scotia, Canada
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Horse-Powered Sawmill, North Shore, Nova Scotia, Canada
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Moody's 2-Horse Tread Power, Nova Scotia, Canada
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3) SAW AND GRIST MILLS - Early Steam-Powered Sawmill, North Shore, Nova Scotia, Canada
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Nabiscump Brook, McBain's Corner, Nova Scotia, Canada
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Urquhart/Sutherland mill site, The Falls, Nova Scotia, Canada
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William Swan Sawmill, East Wentworth/West New Annan, Nova Scotia, Canada
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