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Fortress of Louisbourg - Yahoo Canada Image Search Results

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Fortress Louisbourg Association 1999 encampment, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia Photo: Heidi Moses

Fortress Louisbourg Association 1999 encampment, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia Photo: Heidi Moses

A Man From that Time of Louisbourg

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Photos of Louisbourg, Nova Scotia. Go back in time to see the Fortress of Louisbourg in Cape Breton, this medieval living museum and National Historic Site of Canada

British troops landing to capture Lighthouse point at Louisbourg on 12th June 1758.

British troops landing to capture Lighthouse point at Louisbourg on June 1758

Madame Drucour fires the guns, June–July 1758 at Louisbourg

Madame Drucour fires the guns, June–July 1758 at Louisbourg

Pierre Martin, né le 29 janvier 1752 à Louisbourg (Nouvelle-France) et mort le 1er novembre 1820 à Rochefort, est un officier de marine canadien-français de la Révolution et de l’Empire.

Clio's Lessons: French Revolution - War of the First Coalition, Battle of Hyeres Islands

40th Foot and Royal Navy sailor at Kennington Cove.The amphibious assualt by the British in June 1758 on the shores of Isle Royale began the siege of the Fortress of Louisbourg.

Foot and Royal Navy sailor at Kennington Cove.The amphibious assualt by the British in June 1758 on the shores of Isle Royale began the siege of the Fortress of Louisbourg.

Soldier with regimental colour, régiment de Cambis, circa 1758 - "The 2nd Battalion of the régiment de Cambis was sent to reinforce the garrison of Louisbourg shortly before the fortress was besieged by a large British force. When Louisbourg surrendered, outraged soldiers of this regiment burned their colours rather than surrender them. Note the white cravat tied around the standard pole. This and the white cross were common to all French army colours of the period."

Soldier with regimental colour, régiment de Cambis, circa 1758

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