This category is for sites that relate to the history of the province of Nova Scotia in general.
A history of the Acadians of the Cobequid Bay area, particularly the parish of St. Peter St. Paul including the Expulsion in 1755.
Features the text and photos from this post-war publication.
An umbrella organization that promotes good archival practises by like institutions throughout the province. Lists member archival institutions by alphabet of category, education, publications, staff and contact information.
The primary aim is to bring together those who share a common interest in the rich history and proud tradition of the Cunard Steamship Company.
An organization that seeks to preserve Nova Scotia history by erecting signage. Offers a brief history and photos of the ghost town of Roxbury.
The trust encourages interest in and preserves historic buildings and sites. Discussion of buildings, public lectures, books, awards, membership and its magazine, The Griffin.
Narrates history of Nova Scotia from 1605 to 1758.
A brief history of the settlement of Nova Scotia by the Scots. Includes the Nova Scotia tartan and the actual founding of the province by King James and Sir William Alexander.
Incorporated to educate the public about Nova Scotia's Icelandic past by sharing the history of the Icelandic settlers during the late 1800's. Lists the society, historical events, locales, books, photos and links.
Acquire and preserves government and private-sector records of provincial significance. Features databases, finding aids and virtual exhibits online.
Society details, current news and events, list of lighthouses in Nova Scotia plus detailed information about a selection of them, newsletters, FAQs, notes, sound files, membership information, and contact details.
Detailed descriptions and photos of the province's various war monuments and cenotaphs.
Online information about the province, especially historical material about transportation and communications. Includes an extensive set of historical links and general internet-related articles.
The declaration by the King of England that set the boundaries of lands in North America, including Nova Scotia, for settlement by colonists and set apart that land that was held by the Indian nations.
Personal histories made available by Mi'kmaq elders. Insights into culture, tradition and history by; Kevin Sack, William G. Paul, Cecile Marr, Wilfred Prosper and Daniel J. Stevens. [Annie Claire Googoo]
An alphabetical list of the people who lived in Western Kings County from 1785 to 1901. Compiled by John F. Dugan from census records, cemetery listings and church records.
The society meets to hear and discuss papers about the history of the province. Lists annual journals, membership, schedule of meetings, a link to the Genealogy Network Association, publications for sale and business address.
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