H.W. Longfellow
1807 – 1882

Photographs of

Grand Pre Historic Site
Kings County
Nova Scotia

GPS location:   45°06'37"N   64°18'40"W

Monument commemorating H.W. Longfellow
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Photographed on 11 June 2003

H.W. Longfellow: plaque

Photographed on 20 May 2003

Grand Pre: map showing Grand Pre National Historic Site location
Map showing the location of the
Grand Pre National Historic Site
Kings County, Nova Scotia.

Roads are shown as they were in 1952. Except for Highway 101, the
layout of the roads in 2002 has not changed much from that shown here.

Photographs of War Memorials, Historic Monuments and Plaques in Nova Scotia

Falmouth: Sainte-Famille Parish Cemetery Sainte-Famille Parish Cemetery Falmouth

Monument: 1747 Attack at Grand Pre Monument: 1747 Attack at Grand Pre Grand Pre

John Frederick Herbin memorial at Grand Pre J.F. Herbin memorial Grand Pre

Iron Cross monument Iron Cross monument Horton Landing

Morden: French Cross monument French Cross monument Morden

Planters monument Planters monument Horton Landing

Acacia Villa School cairn Acacia Villa School monument Hortonville

Arthur W.H. Eaton tombstone Arthur W.H. Eaton tombstone Kentville

Marguerite Woodworth tombstone Marguerite Woodworth tombstone Church Street

Sir Robert Laird Borden monument Sir Robert Laird Borden monument Grand Pre

Planters cairn, Town Plot, Starrs Point Planters cairn Town Plot, Starrs Point

Two Early Churches memorial stone Two Early Churches memorial stone Chipman Corner

Abraham Gesner monument Chipman Corner

Wolfville: 1967 Centennial Project 1967 Willow Park plaque Wolfville

Wolfville war memorial Wolfville war memorial Wolfville

Canning war memorial Canning war memorial Canning

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First uploaded to Internet:   2002 October 29
Better photographs installed:   2003 June 13