Ourselves and others or Does history pay?: the splendid project of establishing a national historic park amid the ruins of the famous fortress of Louisburg.Material type: BookPublisher: [Shediac,N.B.: s.n., 1924]Description: p.; 22cm.Subject(s): Historical museums | Louisbourg (N.S.)
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|New Brunswick Collection / Collection néo-brunswickoise||971.6 W381 (Browse shelf)||Not for loan|
|971.6 V932 Nova Scotia : a pictorial record :||971.6 W226 Political profiles :||971.6 W361 We belong to the sea:||971.6 W381 Ourselves and others or Does history pay?:||971.6 W381A c.1 Acadia at the end of the seventeenth century:||971.6 W381A c.2 Acadia at the end of the seventeenth century:||971.6 W381B The building of Fort Lawrence in Chignecto :|
Reprinted from The Morning Chronicle, Halifax, January 1st, 1924.