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Historic Fortress Of Louisbourg Public Punishment
Louisbourg National Historic Site presents a public punishment of a fisherman for stealing a bottle of wine.
The Louisbourg National Historic Site demonstrates a punishment of a fisherman for stealing a bottle of wine. This public display actors wearing clothing of the time period. A drummer wears a bright red uniform. Next to the drummer, a man reads from ...
Louisbourg Light Lighthouse Point Cape Breton Nova Scotia
Atop the green hillsides at Lighthouse Harbour in Cape Breton in Nova Scotia, Canada, stands the beauty of the Louisbourg Light which has watched over these waters for centuries.
At the entrance to Lighthouse Harbour in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, the historic building which houses the Louisbourg Light is found. The light atop the lighthouse can be seen for 18 miles and the first light was supplied from codfish oil in a bro ...
Lighthouse Point Fortress Of Louisbourg Cape Breton Nova Scotia
From Lighthouse Point in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, the scenery across the harbour highlights the historic national site of the Fortress of Louisbourg.
On a beautiful day, the sun sparkles off the surface of the water in Louisbourg Harbour as the historic Fortress of Louisbourg decorates the landscape as seen from Lighthouse Point in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. This 18th century French fortified t ...
Louisbourg Light Coastal Shore Cape Breton Nova Scotia
Towering above the coastal shore along the Macaroni Trail in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, the Louisbourg Light marks the way for passing water vessels.
Along the coastal shore at the entrance to Louisbourg Harbour in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia stands the first lighthouse erected in Canada. The light was first illuminated in 1734 spanning a distance of 18 miles.A supply of codfish oil was used to m ...
Lace Making Picture
This picture shows a woman making lace at the De Gannes House (Military Captain) at the Fortress of Louisbourg in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.
Making lace is a craft that is very tedious and takes a lot of patience as this woman demonstrates in this picture taken at the De Gannes House (Military Captain) at the Fortress of Louisbourg in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Each one of the lace mak ...
Military Residence Fortress of Louisbourg
A woman dressed in costume at the Fortress of Louisbourg, Nova Scotia, Canada explains how life was at the De Gannes House, a military Captain's residence.
When visiting the incredible tourist attraction at the Fortress of Louisbourg in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia you will find costumed interpreters role playing. This small house has been reconstructed to the times when it was a residence to a military ...