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In vivid, accessible prose, award-winning author Harry Bruce documents, in text and image, Nova Scotia’s
Stories of South Mountain and its notorious Goler Clan are often told in whispers–or not
It’s 1908, and ten-year-old Eddie MacDonald shares Alexander Graham Bell’s passion for solving problems and
Regularly described as New Brunswick’s greatest scholar, William Francis Ganong (1864-1941) wrote more than many
Sitting along the scenic St. John River and tucked into the surrounding wilderness, Fredericton bristles
Washabuck is not a place to launder money; Ecum Secum is not a children’s game;
Saint John Facts and Folklore is filled with anecdotes about the city’s history, unbelievable incidents,
Have you ever been to the LaHave Islands Marine Museum on Bell Island? How about
The rich heritage of Newfoundland English, influenced by the dialects of the English, Irish, and
Georges Island has long stood guard in Halifax Harbour. Used in the seventeenth century as
Originally the land of the Maliseet, Mi’kmaq, and Passamaquoddy, New Brunswick has a colourful and
The children of Africville, Nova Scotia, lived in a special community where everyone knew their

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Underground New Brunswick features fifteen accessible essays from practicing archaeologists, professors, and enthusiasts detailing recent
Lumbering in Nova Scotia has a long and storied history, dating back nearly for centuries.

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The largest of the three Maritime provinces by area, New Brunswick is home to the