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Treasures Abound

Discover the Treasures of Hall's Harbour

Halls Harbour was settled by the descendants of the New England Planters and loyalists in the early 1800s, the wharf was built in the early 1830s. The harbour was an active port exporting softwood lumber to Boston, importing mail and supplies like brown sugar, silk and cotton.

The village of Hall's Harbour is reputedly named after Samuel Hall, an American privateer in the American Revolution. It is rumored that Hall used the cove to raid settlements in the Annapolis Valley but was forced to flee and abandon his ship in the harbour by pursuing militia in 1779. 

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Pirate Flag

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Early Settlers (Coming Soon)

Early Settlers

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