This book is a travelogue that chronicles a summer trip through Nova Scotia, a Canadian province known for its natural beauty, rich history, and maritime culture. The author, H. F. Hammond, was a Canadian journalist and travel writer who was known for his lyrical prose and vivid descriptions. In this book, Hammond takes readers on a journey through Nova Scotia's charming towns, rugged coastlines, and picturesque countryside, and shares his insights into the province's history, culture, and people. This book is a must-read for anyone who wants to explore the beauty and diversity of Canada's east coast.
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