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Tupperville, Nova Scotia

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2695 Highway 201, Tupperville

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Tupperville Fall, Nova Scotia

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Lil Drony @ Tupperville Bouldering area, Nova Scotia

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Tupperville Giant Boulders, Nova Scotia

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LOVINGLY RESTORED FARMHOUSE on 10 acres in Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia

Tupperville is a community in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia, located in Annapolis County. Before it became known as Tupperville it was once Girouard Village, home of many generations of the Girouard family from 1690-1755 starting with Jacques Girouard and his wife Marguerite Gautrot Girouard. Jacques was the eldest son of Francois Girouard and Jeanne Aucoin Girouard. The Girouard's built a number of homes and worked the land which also once belonged to Charles D'Aulnay, Governor of Acadie from 1636-1650. Tupperville was named after Canada's sixth Prime Minister Sir Charles Tupper who was said to frequent the area.
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