|Location||130 Jubilee Road
Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, Canada
The DesBrisay Museum is a museum showcasing the history of the town of Bridgewater, Nova Scotia and the surrounding area, including its inhabitants and architecture, whose collection is due to the efforts of Judge Mather Byles DesBrisay. Upon his death, DesBrisay left his collection to the town and in 1967, the museum was established.
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- Keith Corcoran. "DesBrisay Museum Gets $60,000 Provincial Boost". South Shore Now. Lighthouse Publishing. Retrieved 2008-05-13.[dead link]
- Renee Stevens (2008-05-12). "Fundraiser Aims to Answer Question: Are Lawyers Smarter than Fifth Graders?". The Nova Scotia Chronicle Herald. Retrieved 2008-05-13.[dead link]
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