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Pros: QUIET
Steps to the ocean
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Within a short walk to the bank,
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a convenience store,
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great seaside takeout...
Cons: Well water, water shortages at times...
This is a good place to Live if you like peace and quiet...
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2001 population: 944
 (Source:
Statistics Canada)

Clark's Harbour is a town in Shelburne County, in the province of Nova Scotia. It is on Cape Sable Island.
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The area was settled by fishermen from Nantucket and Cape Cod.



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Ancestry & family history
 Genealogy page (NS GenWeb) for Shelburne County
 Nova Scotia genealogy page (GenWeb)
 Nova Scotia genealogical society
 Canadian Genealogy Centre
 Early Canadiana Online
 Nova Scotia family search
 Upper and Lower Canada marriage bonds

  Census records (historic):
  1901 census
  1911 census

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 Nova Scotia provincial government

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 Nova Scotia historical society

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 Archives in Nova Scotia
 Library & Archives Canada
 Heritage Canada

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