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Windsor,  Nova  Scotia, Canada – c. 1800
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Long Pond at Clifton

Haliburton’s Home,
Clifton Grove

The View (Haliburton)
Building Clifton – Penny
Hale 1926
Denis 1934
Hale 1952
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Long Pond at Clifton
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Clifton, Windsor, Nova Scotia Thomas Chandler Haliburton’s
"Clifton Grove", Windsor, Nova Scotia

…Haliburton…started building Clifton…on 30 acres of land purchased in January 1833. It would appear that the house was completed by Christmas 1835, when he was 39 years old. At occupation the family consisted of haliburton, his wife (Louisa), five daughters ranging in age from 18 to 5 and three sons aged 15, 4 and 3…


Excerpt From
The Haliburton Bi-Centenary Chaplet: An Architectural Interpretation of Clifton Grove
by Allen Penny
Papers Presented at the 1996 Thomas Raddall Symposium
Edited by Richard A. Davies
Published – 1997
Pg 104

 

 

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