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*Haskell Free Library and Opera House - the building was created by American sawmill owner Carlos Haskell and his Canadian wife Martha Steward Haskell. The library has both an English and French collection of more than 20 000 books and a black line is drawn across the library to denote the international border. The opera has most of its audience seats on the American side and the stage itself is on the Canadian side. The building is registered as a historical site in both countries.

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