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Tupperville is in the fertile orchard country of the Annapolis Valley, farmed by the Acadians as early as 1630. At nearby Bloody Creek, British soldiers from Annapolis Royal were massacred by the French and First Nations in 1711 and 1757. Despite the area's violent history, Col. James Delancy, leader of the pro-British raids around New York during the American Revolution, settled at this site after being banished from the United States in 1783. It was also home to Sir Charles Tupper, a 19th-century provincial prime minister.

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