Wednesday, August 17, 2011
We would like to bring your attention to a new posting in our Oral Histories section for Nova Scotia. This was written by Gérard Thériault, our delegate from Nova Scotia and is on the subject of mills, in this case a saw mill at the village of Concessions (44° 16' 51.51"N 66° 4' 22.93" W). Gérard shares with us a most beautiful painting of the mill by Don Dunlop, a Canadian artist from Ottawa.
Please drop in on the "Shores of Nova Scotia" for an interesting visit.