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This little brick house was built in 1901 as quarters for Royal Artillery officers and their families. The house contained a kitchen, parlour, two bedrooms, and an outside sentry post.
In the 1750s, a large shed or barracks stood close to this location. Along with another shed further south and several other buildings that no longer exist, it was part of the prison where Acadians were held during the Deportation of 1755-64.