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It’s 1908, and ten-year-old Eddie MacDonald shares Alexander Graham Bell’s passion for solving problems and
Cape Breton is famous the world over for its senic trails, Celtic music and traditions,

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The only complete history of Louisbourg. “J.S. McLennan’s Louisbourg From Its Foundation To Its Fall
Dr. C. Lamont MacMillan had no idea of the life that awaited him when he
William (Billy) G. Budge was born in 1948 in the small fishing village of Neil’s
**Updated in 2014**The history of Glace Bay is intimately linked with the development of its
Historic Baddeck takes us on the town’s journey of early discovery and later growth, from
North Sydney has an exciting history. Once the fourth-busiest seaport in North America, the little
The Canso Causeway bridges the Strait of Canso, joining the Island of Cape Breton and
Louisbourg: An 18th-Century Town is an in-depth look at what was once a well-known settlement

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Dominion Steel and Coal Company. The Dominion Steel and Coal Company steel plant built at
A wonderful photographic look at the fortress accompanied by text that illuminates its history.
McCurdy and the Silver Dart recounts the thrilling story of J. A. McCurdy, Canada’s aviation
With all the passion and forward thrust of a terrific novel, The Company Store is

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CAPE BRETON’S RAIL LINES are perhaps best known for their substantial roles in the coal