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Mosherville, Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia

Mosherville is a community in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located in The Municipality of the District of West Hants. The community was first settled by New England Planter James Mosher and his wife Lydia (Allan) Mosher (c. 1762), originally of Newport, Rhode Island.


Mosherville, Hants County is mentioned in Nova Scotia fiction writer Barry Wood's short story "Nowhere to Go" published in England's Postscripts #14 in 2008, as well as in poet Alden Nowlan's poem "The Mosherville Road."

Coordinates: 45°4′21″N 63°57′01″W / 45.07250°N 63.95028°W / 45.07250; -63.95028 (Mosherville, Nova Scotia)

References

  • Mosherville on Destination Nova Scotia


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