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St. Peter's, Nova Scotia

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Date: 1758 [unknown]
Location: Present day Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canadamap
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Port-Toulouse was an Acadian village situated in the French colony of Île-Royale, which is now Cape Breton Island. It was located on the present site of the Nova Scotian village of St. Peter's, on the strait that separates Bras d'Or Lake from the Atlantic Ocean. Port-Toulouse and its fort were destroyed by the British when they took Louisbourg in 1758[1].

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  1. Wikipedia article on Port-Toulouse. Accessed 2018

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