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Hopewell Cape, New Brunswick

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Albert County Heritage

 
The World Famous Flower Pot Rocks in Hopewell Cape.
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Mary's Point is a Western Hemispheric Shorebird Reserve.
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This rock formation in Fundy National Park is known as Squaw's Cap.
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Photo of the Hopewell Rocks in Hopewell Cape, Albert County.
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Birch Bark Baskets made by local Micmac Indians.
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View of the Shepody Marsh from Hopewell Hill.
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View of the Shepody Marsh from Canada Hill.
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Reproduction of the William Daniel's land grant map dated 1770.
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This Grindstone was used by the first Acadian settlers of the area to grind wheat into flour.
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Reproduction of an Acadian map of Albert County dated 1755.
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Cast Iron Cannon Ball from the 1700's.
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This illustration shows how an Aboiteau works.
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This illustration shows how a dyke was constructed.
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This photo shows the Bay side of a modern aboiteau.
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This photo shows the marsh side of a modern aboiteau.
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The remains of an original aboiteau from the nineteenth century.
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This photo shows what a modern dyke looks like.
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A dyking spade is a specialized tool used to dig sods out of marsh lands.
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