Louise Smiley

These photos were taken by, Louise Smiley, Allie Jewers (age 14), Mitchell Jewers (12), Anna Jewers(10) and Jillian Jewers (6). They were taken in Port Dufferin, Nova Scotia, a village on the Eastern Shore.

The first picture of the house is our neighbour’s, “Hartling House” built in 1874.
“St. James Anglican Church” of Smiley’s Point Road, Port Dufferin.
“St. James Anglican Church” of Smiley’s Point Road, Port Dufferin.
“St. James Anglican Church” of Smiley’s Point Road, Port Dufferin.
“St. James Anglican Church” of Smiley’s Point Road, Port Dufferin.
“St. James Anglican Church” of Smiley’s Point Road, Port Dufferin.
A wharf down Smiley’s Point road
A wharf down Smiley’s Point road
a lobster fisherman and his boat.
The wharf across the river is Carl Westhaver’s wharf, in Port Dufferin.
The picture of the chairs is from Louise Smiley’s house in Port Dufferin.
The house down the end of a driveway is The “Jewers’s House.” It was originally a “Hartling House” also. It was built in 1878
The pew on the step of The “Jewers House” is form the “St. James Presbyterian Church”, of Port Dufferin
The plaque on the house that says, “Registered Heritage Property Halifax Co. Municipality 1874,” is on the “Hartling House.”

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