Mi’kmaw Politicism and the Origins of the Micmac Community Development Program, 1899–1957
“after planting their few potatoes they wander about the Island”:
The Mi’kmaq and British Agricultural Policies in Nineteenth-Century Nova Scotia
The Canadian Federal Government and the Politics of Disaster
Relief during Nova Scotia’s Great War
The Private Life of Jessie MacCallum, Diarist of Windsor & St. George, 1901–1910
“Race prejudice unfortunately dies hard”:
the 1929 proposal to return racial segregation to Halifax’s public schools
Note: a data file listing the 332 petitioners, along with identifying detail, may be accessed via this link: https://rnshs.ca/extracontent.
Access credentials required to open the file are printed in Vol. 20 of the Journal.
William Shires of Chester, Nova Scotia and London, England:
the Nova Scotian roots of an early 19th century astronomer, instrument-designer and mathematician
Policy Regarding Genealogical Articles
The Taint of Witchcraft, from Salem Massachusetts to Yarmouth Nova Scotia
Jeffers Lennox: Homelands and Empires: Indigenous Spaces, Imperial Fictions, and
Competition for Territory in Northeastern North America, 1690–1763.
Reviewed by Christopher Bilodeau
Sheila Johnson Kindred: Jane Austen’s Transatlantic Sister: The Life and Letters of
Fanny Palmer Austen
Reviewed by Alison Shea
Ruth Holmes Whitehead: Black Loyalists: Southern Settlers of Nova Scotia’s First Free
Reviewed by John Grant
Peter Ludlow: The Canny Scot: Archbishop James Morrison of Antigonish
Reviewed by Robert Nicholas Bérard