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With its second storey the school now had 8 to 10 classrooms and could better accommodate the rising school population. According to the census the population of Lunenburg County was 31, of whom 8, were illiterate.
Explore Lunenburg – a UNESCO World Heritage Site, National Historic District, winner of the Communities in Bloom most beautiful small town in Canada. Lunenburg is the best surviving example of a planned British colonial the wooden architecture of the houses, some of which date from the 18th century. General view of the former Lunenburg Academy, showing the mansard roof in the Dates: to (Construction). Event, Person, Organization: Harry H. is a rare survivor from Nova Scotia's 19th century academy system of education.
Four years later there were teachers in the county and schools. School enrolment was 7, students - 3, boys and 3, girls. The following description of the event was recorded in the diary of J.
Moyle Rudolf: "On Thursday September 28th at half past twelve in the day, the Lunenburg Academy on the square bounded east by Prince Street caught fire Wild girls German town Wisconsin burned to ashes. No lives were lost, the wind was east with rain.
Cause of fire a defective flue. The new school could not be built at the old location as "…. Moyle Rudolf.
Two other possible sites were considered: one at the top of Gallows Hill and the other on Blockhouse Hill. The Council was divided on which location to choose, and the Mayor's casting vote resulted in Gallows Hill being selected.
Unfortunately, the problems for the new Academy didn't end with the selection of the site. The renowned architect, Mr H.
Mott from St John NB, was chosen to de the building. In October the tender for construction was awarded to the Oxford Furniture Company and work began.
Unfortunately by early this company had gone bankrupt. To ensure that the work continued it was taken over by Solomon Morash, a local master builder.