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Fort St. Louis

National Historic Site

Location
Located In Municipality of the District Barrington
Where To Find Us
Smithville Rd
Port La Tour, NS
Areas Served Shelburne County
Contact
Website www.historicplaces.ca/en/rep-reg/place-lieu.aspx?id=18783#:~:text=France%20in%20Acadia.-,Fort%20St.,settlers%20based%20at%20Port%20Royal.
E-Mail pc.lieuxpatrimoniaux-historicplaces.pc@canada.ca
Description & Services
Information  
 
In the 1630s, this was the strongest military establishment anywhere in what is now the Maritime Provinces or Maine. 
 
In 1630-31, this was the strongest French military establishment anywhere in what is now Canada. 
 
This monument and plaque were officially unveiled in September 1937.
Special Information
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