A Quest for Discovery-The Shipwreck Called the Montague (Nova Scotia)

Nova Scotia is no stranger to shipwrecks.  In fact, Nova Scotia has the greatest collection of shipwrecks in North America.

This leads us to the main course in our written meal: the search for the Montague.  According to local sources, in 1760, the brigantine capsized in the Canard River after completing its mission. The vessel ventured into low tide, then the Montague struck a sandbar and was left stranded in the mud.  It wasn’t long until the rough water stripped it and hauled the vessel beneath it’s shadowy waters.

The Kings Historical Society and Innovative have teamed together on a voyage for more answers about the Montague.

If you have any additional information about the Montague, please contact us at info@ih.ca

For more information regarding the history of the Montage, here is a column written by Ed Coleman, from the Kings County Advertiser/ Register http://www.kingscountynews.ca

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  1. Share with also the significance of the Montague? What kind of ship was it? What was it used for? What made it famous?

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