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

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Pictures of Clifton
Avon View 1800

Bartlett 1833
Avon View 1836
Petley 1837
A.Church Map 1871
Birdseye 1878
Haliburton Inn 1913
Stevens 1926
Denis 1934

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Long Pond at Clifton
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Windsor c. 1836
Windsor c. 1836
"Windsor, Nova Scotia from the Residence of Judge Haliburton, Author of Sam Slick"
by W. H. Bartlett

Bartlett definitely took artistic liscence here. His caption says that this painting depicts the "Residence of Judge haliburton" but this is not Clifton House. (Bartlett did a wonderful rendition of Clifton House in 1833). This 1836 painting is painted from the aspect of looking down on the Avon River from the vantage point of Haliburton’s property. It is the same view Haliburton would have had. Notice the Windsor Bridge in the lower left corner, not seen in the similar 1800 View of the Avon.

 

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