Lunenburg

Lunenburg

An Illustrated History

Book - 1996
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The town of Lunenburg, on Nova Scotia's South Shore, is a World Heritage Site. Its unique architecture and the beautiful setting of this 250-year-old fishing community attract visitors from far and wide. As home of the world famous banks schooner, the graceful Bluenose , and one of Canada's finest fishing fleets, Lunenburg has pride in its achievements.

The story of the town's past, so eloquently suggested by its many fine buildings and streetscapes, is told in this book. Author Brian Cuthbertson, a historian and heritage expert, combines a lively text with a wide range of visuals drawn from public and private collections. He also offers a guided walking tour of the old town -- with an easy to use map -- and photos and text on 40 of Lunenburg's most significant buildings.
Publisher: Halifax : Formac Publishing Co., c1996.
ISBN: 9780887803581
088780358X
Branch Call Number: 971.623 Cut 3701 1
Characteristics: vi, 66 pages : illustrations (some color), maps.

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