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What was the First World War really like for Maritimers overseas? This epistolary book, edited

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Uniacke House, Acacia Grove, Winckworth, Saint’s Rest, Spruce Tree Cottage. Ever wonder how Nova Scotia

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Eric Davidson was a beautiful, fair-haired toddler when the Halifax Explosion struck, killing almost 2,000

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Canadian Confederate Cruiser tells the story of an elegant but unpretentious steamer that bore witness

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Vernon Theriault was off shift when the Westray mine exploded in 1992, killing twenty-six men
This new edition tells the true story of the Stehelins, a prestigious family from Normandy,

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Beaubassin was once a prosperous farming community at the head of the Cumberland Basin; Africville
John and Anne Sun first came to White Point in 1993 when they were dating,
Dalhousie Medical School celebrates its 150th anniversary in 2018. This is the story of the
When the First World War ended in 1918, its profound impact did not. The war
The final chaotic season of Codco had just wrapped when Mary Walsh sat down at
If you drive across Nova Scotia, you will see abandoned rail lines and sleepy towns
In this narrative history and memoir, journalist, musician, and Monctonian Jason Murray follows the rise
Inspired by the success of her popular Halifax Magazine column, “50 Things You Don’t Know
In 1921, prominent lawyer and Nova Scotia Black leader James R. Johnston’s vision of a