Report: Fort Edward Street Archaeological Resource Impact Assessment

Fort Edward Street Archaeological Resource Impact Assessment, 23 February 2022, By Jonathan Fowler This post shares the Archaeological Resource Impact Assessment report for the proposed rezoning of two properties on Fort Edward Street. You can download the full report pdf below. Learn more about the proposal, and our Society’s response, for Rezoning Fort Edward here. …

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Article: Momentum grows against possible sale of municipally-owned land next to historic Fort Edward

Article on Halifax Examiner by Yvette D’Entremont, March 23, 2022. Click here for original article. The organization representing the province’s Acadians says outside momentum against the possible sale of municipally-owned lands adjacent to Fort Edward National Historic Site is growing. “This has attracted lots of attention. We hear that there is a petition starting from …

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Article: Develop or preserve: Land beside Fort Edward National Historic Site debated by West Hants council after archaeological report

Article on Saltwire by Carole Morris-Underhill, March 21 2022. Click here for original article. Council to take outing to site in question WINDSOR, N.S. It appears West Hants councillors will soon be taking a field trip to get a better understanding of Fort Edward National Historic Site’s view planes. A special council meeting was held …

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Article: Fort Edward important piece of the puzzle for Acadian history in Nova Scotia

Article on Saltwire by Carole Morris-Underhill, March 15 2022. Click here for original article. WINDSOR, N.S. – Buried underneath the oldest wooden blockhouse in North America lies the ruins of a church that was destroyed to make way for a military encampment. Dating back to the 1700s, Fort Edward National Historic Site in Windsor is …

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Article: Fort Edward National Historic Site is an incredibly rich resource

Article on Saltwire by Carole Morris-Underhill, March 15 2022. Click here for original article. Hants County site has untapped tourism potential, says archaeologist WINDSOR, N.S. — West Hants sits on a relatively underutilized and underappreciated national historic site that could become a major tourism destination if the community steps up to lead the charge. That’s …

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Article: Preserving History: Residents lobbying West Hants council to halt sale, rezoning of property near Fort Edward

Article posted to Saltwire Network by Carole Morris-Underhill on Jan 18, 2022. Click here for original article. WINDSOR, N.S. — Once it’s gone, it’s gone forever. That’s one of the key messages being delivered to West Hants councillors as the municipality looks to sell off property near a national historic site. Members of the West …

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Article: Here’s why Windsor residents want to delay a land sale near Fort Edward National Historic site

This article was published to the Saltwire Network on December 2, 2021 by Carole Morris-Underhill. Click Here for Original Article. West Hants Historical Society, residents hope to delay rezoning, change councillors’ minds WINDSOR, N.S. — Despite a recent surge of community interest in redeveloping Windsor’s former outdoor pool site, West Hants council is moving forward …

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