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Nova Scotia: Fulcrum of the Seven Years War In 1754 Britain and France were about to go to war again. Events in Europe and America virtually dictated it. But what neither nation knew was that this time it would last seven years from 1756 to 1763 and escalate into a world war that would change that world permanently. Seven years full of drama much of it in its early years was acted out in Nova Scotia.

This trip which will kick off at the Lord Nelson Hotel in Halifax with a Seven Years War briefing by trip leader Historian Guide Brian Cuthbertson and a dinner hosted by HistoryAmerica..

Excerpt from itinerary:
Saturday, Sept 2 - On this busy day we visit the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic with its excellent exhibits of the Titanic disaster and the 1917 Halifax explosion. We will tour the memorial of the HMCS Sackville, a World War II corvette, and Pier 21, the Ellis Island of Canada through which a million new emigrants passed into the new world.

Tour Dates: August 31-September 9, 2006

Tour cost Per person, double occupancy: $2,795
Per person, single occupancy: $3,395

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