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Nova Scotia was the first European settlement north of Florida. Joao Fagudes set up a small settlement there in 1523. [[Nova Scotia History|Read more...]]  
 
Nova Scotia was the first European settlement north of Florida. Joao Fagudes set up a small settlement there in 1523. [[Nova Scotia History|Read more...]]  
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