Traces Found From 24,000 Books Lost When Canadian Parliament in Montreal Burned Down
They are hardly recognizable as books and appear, in colour and consistency, like a cross between charcoal and bitumen. About 24,000 books and documents—some of them dating back to the original colony of New France—were destroyed in an 1849 fire.
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