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Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island Travel Reference Map

3rd Edition

Scale 1:380,000
ISBN 9781553412359
UPC 815534123541
$ CAD 10.95
$ USD 10.95
€ EUR 9.50
£ GBP 8.95

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This third edition of what is proving to be a popular, no change in ISBN or price. Nova Scotia is one of the most historic provinces of Canada, having become British as a result of military conquest in the 1740s. Initially, the British distrusted the Acadian settlers and moved many of them to French settlements in Louisiana, which was then a huge area of land. Some of the Acadians stayed in the South, becoming known as ‘Cajuns’; others eventually found their way back north. The fortress of Louisburg, on Cape Breton, was state of the art for its time, but was seized by the British anyway and used throughout the American revolutionary war as a bastion of British strength. The fortress has been restored and is now a national monument. Luneburg, and Halifax are both very interesting cities to visit, and Peggy’s Cove is probably in more people’s photo albums than any place in North America, outside of Niagara Falls. This is an excellent map as well to portray Canada’s smallest province, Prince Edward Island, the ‘home’ of both Canadian confederation and of the famous Anne of Green Gables, the fictional heroine of Lucy Maud Montgomery’s novels.

Map size: 27*39"

This map is also available in digital format for $39.95 (per file) and flat map for $39.95 (per side). Please contact if you would want to place an order or for more information.

Legend Includes:
river, lake, swamps, park, historic site, archaeological site, ferry, harbour, mine, hiking, ski area, university, rest area, viewpoint, camping site, world heritage site, mountain peak and much more...

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