Marie-Anne de Drucour: "La Bombardire"
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Marie-Anne de Drucour: "La Bombardire"
Marie-Anne de Drucour: "La Bombardire"
Augustin de Drucour, the governor of Louisbourg, knew the fortress couldn't hold against the British attack.
Marie-Anne de Drucour climbed to the ramparts and fired three cannons every day during the two-month siege at Louisbourg. (As portrayed in Canada: A People's History)
Marie-Anne de Drucour climbed to the ramparts and fired three cannons every day during the two-month siege at Louisbourg. (As portrayed in Canada: A People's History)

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