The Margaree Salmon Museum is a registered charitable organization devoted to the history and preservation of artifacts associated with the peoples, activities and nature of the Margaree River Watershed.
The Margaree Salmon Museum
60 East Big Intervale Road,
P.O. Box 64
Margaree Centre, Nova Scotia
B0E 1Z0, Canada
Our website address is www.margareesalmonmuseum.ca
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Dr. Edwards A. Park, a professor of Pediatrics at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland was a long-time and much-loved salmon fisherman on the Margaree River. Stories of his help to local children who were sick or had childhood diseases are still remembered.