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Location type: House
Location address: Canada
Number of texts: 1
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LeBer-LeMoyne House (French: Maison LeBer-LeMoyne) is a historic house in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It located in the borough of Lachine, bordering the Saint Lawrence River, upriver from the Lachine Rapids and at the mouth of Lake Saint-Louis. Constructed between 1669 and 1671, it is the oldest standing structure on the Island of Montreal. It was built by two merchants from Montreal, Jacques Le Ber and Charles Le Moyne and was used as a fur trade camp in New France.

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