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Pros: Great Village with it's beautiful trees and old houses was a wonderful place to grow up...
Cons: Today, many of the inhabitants are immigrants, as most of the older original home-owners have passed on...
This is a good place to Years ago...
General info: I love it and I miss living there, I miss the people, the comfortable way of living and of life, the fresh air, the smell of the old school where grades primary to grade 12 got their education in only 4 rooms there...
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Just trying to connect with the roots of my father who was born and raised in Great Village...
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Great Village is in the province of Nova Scotia. It is near the mouth of the Great Village River.
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A four-masted barque, the John M. Blaikie, was built and launched here in 1885.



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Ancestry & family history
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 Canadian Genealogy Centre
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Great Village locator map. Use the navigation tools in the upper left to move the map center or to zoom in or out. You can also click and drag the map to move in any direction.


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