Sir Charles Tupper

1821 – 1915


Photographs of
Plaque

Amherst
Cumberland County
Nova Scotia

Located at 98 Victoria Street East

GPS location:   45°50'03"N   64°12'45"W




Amherst: Jonathan McCully plaque
Left plaque: J. McCully     Right plaque: Sir C. Tupper




The old Dominion Public Building
These plaques are mounted on the old Dominion Public Building,
98 Victoria Street East, Amherst.


The above photographs were taken on 30 July 2003.


Photographs of the
Other Three Plaques

at this location

E.B. Chandler plaque

R.B. Dickey plaque

J. McCully plaque


Four of the Fathers of Confederation
came from Amherst, Nova Scotia
Edward B. Chandler
Robert B. Dickey
Jonathan McCully
Charles Tupper





Links to Relevant Websites

Sir Charles Tupper by the Cumberland Regional Library
    http://crl.library.ns.ca/tupper.htm




The Fathers of Confederation
Adams G. Archibald, N.S.
George Brown, Canada
Alexander Campbell, Canada
Frederic B.T. Carter, Nfld.
George E. Cartier, Canada
Edward B. Chandler, N.B.
Jean Charles Chapais, Canada
James Cockburn, Canada
George H. Coles, P.E.I.
Robert B. Dickey, N.S.
Charles Fisher, N.B.
Alexander T. Galt, Canada
John Hamilton Gray, P.E.I.
John Hamilton Gray, N.B.
T. Heath Haviland, P.E.I.
William A. Henry, N.S.
William P. Howland, Canada
John M. Johnson, N.B.
Hector L. Langevin, Canada
Andrew A. Macdonald, P.E.I.
John A. Macdonald, Canada
Jonathan McCully, N.S.
William McDougall, Canada
T. D'Arcy McGee, N.B.
Peter Mitchell, N.B.
Oliver Mowat, Canada
Edward Palmer, P.E.I.
William H. Pope, P.E.I.
John W. Ritchie, N.S.
J. Ambrose Shea, Nfld.
William H. Steeves, N.B.
Etienne P. Tache, Canada
S. Leonard Tilly, N.B.
Charles Tupper, N.S.
Edward Whelan, P.E.I.
Robert D.Wilmot, N.B.





Photographs of War Memorials, Historic Monuments and Plaques in Nova Scotia
    /remem/plaques.html



E.B. Chandler plaque E.B. Chandler plaque Amherst
    /cumberco/chandlerm.html


R.B. Dickey plaque R.B. Dickey plaque Amherst
    /cumberco/dickeyrbm.html


J. McCully plaque J. McCully plaque Amherst
    /cumberco/mccullyjm.html


Fort Beausejour plaques Fort Beausejour plaques, 1755 Aulac
    /sunco/fortbeausejour.html


Thomas Dixson, November 1776, plaque Thomas Dixson, November 1776, plaque Fort Cumberland
    /sunco/dixson.html


Yorkshire Settlers plaque Yorkshire Settlers plaque River Philip
    /cumberco/yorkshirem.html


Joggins war memorial Joggins war memorial Joggins
    /cumberco/joggwarmem.html


A.P. Seaman plaque and tombstone A.P. Seaman plaque and tombstone Minudie
    /cumberco/seamanmon.html


Amos Seaman's two churches Amos Seaman's two churches Minudie
    /cumberco/minudie2c.html


Westchester Station war memorial Westchester Station war memorial Westchester Station
    /cumberco/westchester.html


Diligent River: historic monument Diligent River historic monument Diligent River
    /cumberco/diligentriv.html


Port Greville war memorial Port Greville war memorial Port Greville
    /cumberco/greville.html


First Air Mail plaque First Air Mail plaque Parrsboro
    /cumberco/parrairm.html


Maccan war memorial Maccan war memorial Maccan
    /cumberco/maccanmem.html


Springhill war memorial Springhill war memorial Springhill
    /cumberco/sprhillwarm.html


Oxford war memorial Oxford war memorial Oxford
    /cumberco/oxfordwarmem.html


River John: War memorial monument River John war memorial River John
    /pictouco/riverjohn.html


Westville: Miners Memorial monument 1891 Miners Memorial monument 1891 Westville
    /pictouco/westvminem.html


New Glasgow: Westray Miners Memorial Park Westray Miners Memorial Park New Glasgow
    /pictouco/westraymem.html


New Glasgow: War memorial monument New Glasgow war memorial New Glasgow
    /pictouco/newglaswar.html


Anna Swan monument Anna Swan monument Central New Annan
    /colchco/swanamon.html



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In the above monthly hits report, note the large traffic component attributable to students.
In July and August, when the schools were closed, traffic was sharply reduced.


First uploaded to the Internet:   2003 August 13