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Beveridge Arts Centre was being built during my first year (74-75). Classes were being held in the library next door and it would shake every time they were installing the foundation. It is a lovely building.

Beveridge Arts Centre was being built during my first year Classes were being held in the library next door and it would shake every time they were installing the foundation. It is a lovely building.

Cutten House

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Chase Court

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Dennis House

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War Memorial House (Barrax)

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Raymond House

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Memorial Gymnasium

Memorial Gymnasium

Roy Jodrey Hall - this has been built since I graduated in 1977.

Roy Jodrey Hall - this has been built since I graduated in

CNR Liverpool, Nova Scotia Station. Now the home of Hank Snow Music Centre.

Old Canadian Train Stations, The Maritimes

Cheer, Search, Research, Humour, Searching, Cheerleading

Chipman House

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Whitman House (Tully)

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Manning Memorial Chapel

Manning Memorial Chapel

I love ❤️💙 fall at Acadia 🍂🍁

I love ❤️💙 fall at Acadia 🍂🍁

Crowell Tower

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The deGannes house is the oldest documented wooden structure in Nova Scotia and has been continuously occupied since its construction in 1708. It was built by Major Louis deGannes de Falaise - a native of France who was posted to Port Royal in 1696 - on the site of his previous house, which had been burned in the unsuccessful siege of the town in 1707. Using the cellar foundation and both standing chimneys, he raised a post and beam frame and filled the walls with wattle and daub.

The deGannes house is the oldest documented wooden structure in Nova Scotia and has been continuously occupied since its construction in 1708. It was built by Major Louis deGannes de Falaise - a native of France who was posted to Port Royal in 1696 - on the site of his previous house, which had been burned in the unsuccessful siege of the town in 1707. Using the cellar foundation and both standing chimneys, he raised a post and beam frame and filled the walls with wattle and daub.

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