The House of Armour
Publisher: Good Press
The House of Armour is an engaging work surrounding Halifax, the capital and biggest municipality in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia and the largest municipality in Atlantic Canada. It excellently depicts life, customs, society, and the different locations of Canada. This work is written by Margaret Saunders, a talented Canadian writer of children's stories and romance novels, a lecturer, and an animal rights activist. She was an active associate of the Local Council of Women of Halifax.
Excerpt from The House of Armour
"In the southeastern extremity of Canada, jutting out into the blue waters of the Atlantic, holding on to the great mainland of North America only by one narrow arm or isthmus, is the green and fertile little peninsula called Acadie, land of abundance, by the French and Indians, and Nova Scotia, New Scotland, by the baronet Sir William Alexander, when in 1621 it was ceded to him by his most worshipful majesty, King James the First of England."
Available since: 12/12/2019.
Print length: 283 pages.