Lawrence Valley and English from the Atlantic Coast.
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A Black Nova Scotian community cleared by the municipality in the 1960s in the name of urban renewal; the community was representative of Black settlements in the province and became an enduring symbol of the need for vigilance in defense of Black communities and institutions A one-and-a-half-storey wood-shingled house originally built for Thomas Beamish Akins, surviving virtually in its original condition; one of the few remaining early 19th-century houses in Halifax and one of the oldest houses in the city A historic core containing commercial, military, and residential buildings from the 18th to early 20th centuries, located at the centre of the original 17th-century Acadian settlement; the site of several pivotal events during the early years of the colonisation of Canada A wood-frame building with Greek Revival front facade and a stone jail attached at the rear; one of the best examples in Nova Scotia of mid-19th century Maritime court houses, which were typically simple frame buildings with classicized ornamental details An archaeological site with remains from a major Acadian settlement that played a pivotal role in the 17th and 18th century struggle between the British and French for the region; the site also contains the Fort Lawrence NHSA house reflective of the Palladian-inspired residences common during the late 18th and early 19th centuries in Eastern Canada; notable residents include John Black, James Boyle Uniacke and Hibbert Binney A group of islands which served as an important fishing base for the French in the 16th century and the British during the 18th century; the staging point for the 1745 expedition led by William Pepperrell and Peter Warren against Louisbourg A mid-19th-century commercial building with a cast-iron facade; one of the first cast-iron-front structures in Canada and the only building in Halifax known to have a facade composed entirely of cast iron A fort that played an important role in the Seven Years' War, the expulsion of the Acadians, and the defence of Canada during the American Revolutionary War and the War of 1812; today comprises a wooden blockhouse and remnants of buildings and landscape features from the 18th-century fortifications.
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