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Hampton Gaol
Hampton, Kings County

Constructed in c.1870;
Designated Protected in 1976

When Hampton become the new shiretown in 1870, replacing Kingston, materials from the old gaol were used in constructing this mansard-roofed building.
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Fort LaTour
Saint John, St. John County

Constructed in c.1631;
Designated Protected in 1976

Dating from 1631 as a European site representing both French and British regimes, Fort LaTour is also a pre-contact native site.

Old Carleton County Court House
Upper Woodstock, Carleton County

Constructed in 1833;
Designated Protected in 1977

This 1833 Courthouse in the Classical tradition has been painstakingly restored to become one of the premier non-provincially operated historic sites in the province.
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Ministers Island
nr. St. Andrews, Charlotte County

Designated Protected in 1977

Both the shell midden on Ministers Island and the Van Horne summer estate are designated sites; an important archaeological and historical resource.

Related Link : Minister's Island, St. Andrews, N.B.

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Charlotte County Gaol
St. Andrews, Charlotte County

Constructed in 1831;
Designated Protected in 1977

This is one of the province's oldest surviving gaols, having been built in 1831.
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