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Today in Island History
1855 Donald MacDonald of Tracadie, an intensely unpopular proprietor, is shot down by unknown assailants as he leaves the gate of his estate. "So detested was he," an English visitor later records, "that several persons passed by without rendering him any assistance." MacDonald survives.
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