Plaster War[ edit ] Windsor developed its gypsum deposits, usually selling it to American markets at Passamaquoddy Bay. Often this trade was illegal; in , an effort to stop this smuggling trade resulted in the "Plaster War," in which local smugglers resoundingly defeated the efforts of New Brunswick officials to bring the trade under their control. The college remained in the community until a disastrous fire on February 3, In it moved to Halifax, with the assistance of the Carnegie Foundation and continues to this day. The King's Collegiate School continued operation on the campus and was joined by a sister girls school, 'Edgehill School', in In both institutions merged to form King's-Edgehill School , and remains the oldest independent i.
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Background[ edit ] The Golers lived together in two shacks in a remote wooded area south of the community of White Rock , outside the town of Wolfville. Like most other mountain clans, they were isolated from most of the residents of the farming district in the Annapolis Valley and most of the nearby towns. The Goler adults, some of whom had intellectual disabilities, had little schooling and rarely worked. The Golers supported themselves on a combination of social welfare and occasional labor at the many nearby farms, supplemented by fishing and foraging for berries and other fruits. Garbage was simply thrown into the attic, until it was completely filled, and then the adults would make the children haul it all out. According to further details uncovered by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police , this abuse and forced incestuous relationships had been taking place for multiple generations. As the case was investigated, authorities learned that a number of Goler children were victims of sexual abuse at the hands of fathers, mothers, uncles, aunts, sisters, brothers, cousins, and each other.
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Roughly miles km long but not more than about 80 miles km wide at any point, the province comprises the peninsula of Nova Scotia, Cape Breton Island separated from the mainland to the southwest by the narrow Strait of Canso , and a number of small adjacent islands. Two arms of the Gulf of St. Lawrence , the Northumberland and Cabot straits, separate Nova Scotia respectively from Prince Edward Island to the north and the island of Newfoundland to the northeast. To the east and south lies the Atlantic and to the northwest the Bay of Fundy.
Hockey received his Bachelor of Architecture in He has been working in the preservation field since September , when he was hired by Parks Canada to produce measured drawings of Historic Properties, Halifax as part of their commitment to assist with development of the site. He moved to Ottawa in where he held positions in Heritage Recording and Restoration Architecture.