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"Exploring History"

Commemorating Father Le Loutre's War between the British and the French during 1749-1755 CE, Fort Edward is today a National Historic Site. While only the blockhouse and a cannon exist today to tell the story, the fort inspires many tourists. Made of wood, the structure was used for defending the British troops against the onslaught of arrows and small arms used for firing. It is one of the oldest blockhouses in the continent.
Fort Edward Street, Windsor, NS, Canada, B0N 2T0
"Exploring History"
Commemorating Father Le Loutre's War between the British and the French during 1749-1755 CE, Fort Edward is today a National Historic Site. While only the blockhouse and a cannon exist today to tell the story, the fort inspires many tourists. Made of wood, the structure was used for defending the British troops against the onslaught of arrows and small arms used for firing. It is one of the oldest blockhouses in the continent.
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