The Sea In Our History

Advocate Harbour: Advocate Memorial Park, June 2003 -7

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The Sea In Our History

Advocate Memorial Park

Advocate Harbour Cumberland County Nova Scotia

Located on the south side of Highway 209,
about 50m west from the Advocate Harbour Post Office

GPS location: 45°20’02″N 64°46’47″W

Advocate Harbour: Sea in Our History display
The Sea in Our History

Photographed on 4 June 2003



The Sea in Our History
The Sea in Our History



Region's Contribution to the Age of Sail
Region’s Contribution to the Age of Sail



Seaman's Version of the 23rd Psalm
Seaman’s Version of the 23rd Psalm



About the Local Fishery
About the Local Fishery



Tides, Advocate Harbour, Tidal Statistics
Tides Advocate Harbour

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Advocate Memorial Park

Advocate Harbour: Advocate Memorial Park, June 2003
(above) Advocate Memorial Park in June 2003. Isle Haut is visible on the horizon.
The Oldest Settlements plaque (centre) with the Sea In Our History panel (right).

Photographed on 4 June 2003

Photographed on 21 November 2005

(below) Advocate Memorial Park in November 2005, with the Oldest Settlements plaque.
The Sea Sea In Our History panel has disappeared, but its supporting posts are still in place.

Advocate Harbour: Advocate Memorial Park, November 2005

When visiting sites around the Bay of Fundy,
always keep in mind that these tides can be dangerous
to those who venture out on the flats when the tide is low.
The incoming tide can return rapidly, with the
sea surface rising as fast as three metres (ten feet) per hour.
The oncoming water comes across the flats
faster than you can get away.

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