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Footnotes To
Book #3, The Road To Being Canada" (1815-1867)
Chapter 19, Geology and Industry
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FN1 Ch19 Cape d'Or (Cape of Gold) is a point of land sticking out just as one sails into Minus Basin and this too was named by the exploring French.

FN2 Ch19 Evans, R. D., "Early Gold Mining in Nova Scotia," NSHS, #25, p. 19. "By 1865 Londonderry was a thriving mining village."

FN3 Ch19 D.E. Stephens, "Boom Town of Iron and Steel," NSHR, #4:1, p. 26.

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