Hardy Island

HARDY ISLAND lies at the mouth of JERVIS INLET north of NELSON ISLAND. It is named after a British naval hero from the Battle of Trafalgar. During WWI it was the site of a granite quarry. From 1930 to 1951 it was owned by LeRoy Macomber, a Seattle financier; Macomber's caretaker, Tom Brazil, turned the island into a DEER sanctuary. Since the 1950s it has been logged extensively by a series of owners.

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