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Lost Canadian Beacon

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Shown here is the Cox Point Lighthouse that once stood near Cumberland Bay, New Brunswick Canada. This concrete structure was built on 1917 to replace an earlier, white square wooden tower, which had been built in 1869. We are trying to locate photographs of the keeper and family members who served here as well as photographs of the first lighthouse. If any of our readers can help, please write to: Editor, Lighthouse Digest, P.O. Box 250, East Machias, ME 04630 or e-mail Editor@LighthouseDigest.com.

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