Marybelle: The Last Black Servant in Louis Head - Historic Places Days

Marybelle: The Last Black Servant in Louis Head

Nova Scotia
Type
Geocache
Address
Breakwater Road, Sable River, NS, Canada
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This monument is a hidden reminder of the Black community of Black servants who migrated into the area from Port Mouton, Liverpool and Shelburne. This community persisted into the late 1800’s before inhabitants drifted into other Black communities around Lockeport and Shelburne and Barrington.

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Location

Breakwater Road, Sable River, NS, Canada
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