A Lady of Lunenburg: Nova Scotia 1752
by Laurel Pardy
Anna Elisabeth is one of the Protestant Settlers who founded the town of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, in 1753. Her story is a weaving of hope and hardship, death and survival played out against a backdrop of political intrigue for the domination of North America among the kings of England and France, the Protestant and Catholic churches and their pawns, the Acadians, the Micmac...more
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Published by Trafford Publishing
(first published April 15th 2010)
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Laurel (Balsor) Pardy was born in Nova Scotia during WW II where she graduated from Acadia University, taught school and met her diplomat husband. She worked variously as a teacher, writer, editor and from 2003 until her retirement as Director of Volunteers for the Riverside Hospital in Ottawa, Ontario. Since then she has written two books, Life on a Carousel, and A Lady of Lunenburg. She and her...moreMore about Laurel Pardy...