Amherst, Nova Scotia, Canada: The Fathers of Confederation Tree (Gone)

A dead tree was carved by local artist Bruce Hebert into a kind of vertical Mt. Rushmore, and featured the heads of four of the "Fathers of Confederation," the men who put Canada together, who all came from this town.

Directions:
On the south edge of downtown, on the east side of Victoria St. W./Hwy 6, just north of Copp Ave.
Status:
Gone

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Fathers of Confederation Tree

The Fathers of Confederation Tree is no longer there.

[Bob Earle, 07/17/2021]

The Fathers of Confederation Tree.

The Fathers of Confederation Tree

Blink and you'll miss it, but interesting detour nonetheless. Looks like the tree is rotting.

[Lady Amanda, 05/05/2016]

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