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|Coal from Cape Breton, burning in the kitchen range,|
was the main source of Winter heat
for the homes of Grand Bruit.
The coal came by schooner in the late Summer
and was carried to storage sheds
in barrels on "hand bars".
I took this photo in August of 1964.
Contributor: Fred Ingram
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