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Page 18 - Cape Bretoners in World War One

Published by Ronald Caplan on 1983/6/1 (381 reads)

rifles always in the quartermaster's store. When you were out on guard, and things like that, you had your rifle. (So it was very military?) Oh yeah, sure, very mili? tary, yes. You'd do guard duty anUs Trail Lobster Supper Rocky Bay Mini Festival ) St. Ann's Day Festivities R.A.B.A. All-Star Baseball Game Lobster Supper Strawberry Festival Road Race Horse Show Acadien Festival Happy Days on River Inhabitants Come Home Weekend St. Peter's Come Home Week Acadien Festival Johnstown Milling Frolic River Bourgeois Community Festival Louisdale Fall Fair Located in southwestern Riclimond County offers Lower River Rocky Bay Chapel Island (T.B.A.) St. Peter's Johnstown Arichat L'Ardoise L'Ardoise Lower River D'Escousse St. Peter's Petit de Grat Johnstown River Bourgeois Louisdale Cape Breton, its visitors miles of ocean shoreline, numerous lakes and rivers for fishing and canoeing, spectacular hiking trails. and country roads ideal for bicyclers. 'yarnsR, crafts* Yarns and Needlecrafts Local Handcrafts Many Other Items Light Industrial Park, Port Hawkesbury, N. S. Phone 625-2400 B0E'2y0 This Beach is your Backyard! beautiful sandy beach with lifeguard * children's play campsite & trailer ac??' fully equ' located Rt 255, 5 miles from Glace Bay mmoeft UQM • P'i't Morieri 737-2408 Enjojf jmr favorite seal
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