Fort Sainte Anne (Nova Scotia)

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Fort Sainte Anne (Nova Scotia) is located in Nova Scotia
Fort Sainte Anne (Nova Scotia)
Fort Ste. Anne in Nova Scotia

Fort Ste. Anne was a former French military fort located in the Canadian province of Cape Breton.

It was situated in Englishtown, Victoria County on Cape Breton Island.

The fort was built by Captain Charles Daniel (1629) after raiding Baleine.[1] and was occupied from 1639 to 1641, adjacent to the Simon Denys Fort (1650-1659) and Fort Dauphin (1713-1745), two other French military forts built on the site.

Fort Saint Anne is a National Historic Site)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Griffiths, E. From Migrant to Acadian. McGill-Queen's University Press. 2005. p.52

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Coordinates: 46°17′14″N 60°32′25″W / 46.28722°N 60.54028°W / 46.28722; -60.54028