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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 Evangeline, driving his ox-cart along the road on Nova Scotia's "French Shore" / CN279
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 shore / CN284
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 net / CN269
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 / CN271
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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