The Town of Louisbourg in 1901 (Heritage Notes No. 2) – by William A. O’Shea

Published in July of 1991 by the Louisbourg Heritage Society. No.2 in the Heritage Notes series. "In 1901 the mood in the newly incorporated Town of Louisbourg was optimistic. The population stood at 1046. Six years earlier, in 1895, the Dominion Coal Company the Sydney and Louisbourg Railway line. In the town the company constructed... Continue Reading →

Louisbourg Streets – by William A. O’Shea with Helen O’Shea and Jean Kyte

A history of the streets of Louisbourg, Nova Scotia, Canada. Where did their names come from? Written by William A. O'Shea (Bill O'Shea) with Helen O'Shea and Jean Kyte. Published by the Louisbourg Heritage Society in September of 1990. Download a FREE copy of Louisbourg Streets: Louisbourg Streets - by William A. O'Shea with Helen... Continue Reading →

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