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The Nova Scotia muskrat
The Nova Scotia muskrat
Nova Scotia, scene on the southshore / CN267
Nova Scotia, scene on the southshore / CN267
On the Acadian shore. An old fisherman, descendant of the original Acadian settler in the Land of...
On the Acadian shore. An old fisherman, descendant of the original Acadian settler in the Land of Evangeline, driving his ox-cart along the road on Nova Scotia's "French Shore" / CN279
Cape Split, is famous for its Amethysts. It extends far out into the Bay of Fundy / CN263
Cape Split, is famous for its Amethysts. It extends far out into the Bay of Fundy / CN263
Halls Harbor. N. S. Fishing village in a cove near the Bay of Fundy / CN262
Halls Harbor. N. S. Fishing village in a cove near the Bay of Fundy / CN262
Bug Light, at the entrance to Yarmouth, N. S.  / CN264
Bug Light, at the entrance to Yarmouth, N. S. / CN264
An old Nova Scotia fisherman mending his nets while they dry in the sun on Nova Scotia's South sh...
An old Nova Scotia fisherman mending his nets while they dry in the sun on Nova Scotia's South shore / CN284
Canada (Nova Scotia). Close-up of an old fisherman on Nova Scotia's South Shore shown mending a n...
Canada (Nova Scotia). Close-up of an old fisherman on Nova Scotia's South Shore shown mending a net / CN269
Canada (Nova Scotia). Fishing schooner being built near Shelburne on Nova Scotia's South shore / ...
Canada (Nova Scotia). Fishing schooner being built near Shelburne on Nova Scotia's South shore / CN271
Canada. (Nova Scotia) Cathedral at Church Point, Fresh Shore in Nova Scotia / CN266
Canada. (Nova Scotia) Cathedral at Church Point, Fresh Shore in Nova Scotia / CN266
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