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Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site of Canada
Recherche sur la Forteresse-de-Louisbourg Lieu historique national du Canada
REPORT 2000 - 141
RUE ROYALLE AND RUE D'ORLÉANS
(INCLUDING RUE D'ESTRÉES AND RUE DAUPHINE FRONTING BLOCK THIRTEEN)
LOUISBOURG: 1713 - 1960
KRAUSE HOUSE INFO-RESEARCH SOLUTIONS
AUGUST 21, 2000
REPORT: HB701K72000 [2000 - 141])
The landscapes and structures described in this report include only those which impacted upon the streets under review. Features of a same block which fronted another street were generally, though not always, ignored.
Property development demanded perimeter fences, and piquet is the assumed type along streets where they were required. Other fence types are described only when they differ from this traditional form.
A mature construction footprint along a lot's street face reflects a particular span of time - i.e. a phase - frozen for interpretive purposes, with its commencement date noted. Often, properties evolved through many phases.
Additional details concerning the blocks and reports extracted in this check list are available as follows: Existing Block and Lot reports - which this check list identifies at the appropriate location; The Fortress of Louisbourg computerized "Property" database - which is available on public drive "textworks"; and, Wayne Foster's, Post Occupational History of the Old French Town of Louisbourg, 1760 - 1930, Fortress of Louisbourg Unpublished Report H D 02 (December, 1965).