Samuel Creelman, 1808 – 1891: A Forgotten Father of Teacher-Education in Nova Scotia

Wednesday, April 15, 2020, 7:00 pm, Nova Scotia Archives

John N. Grant, EdD 

Abstract:
Samuel Creelman of Upper Stewiacke, NS spent forty-four years in service to the people of Nova Scotia. He entered political life as a Reformer primarily concerned about schools and roads and bridges. He became a MLA, a MLC, and a member of the Executive Council. He was equally involved in local affairs, his church, and the temperance society. History has not treated him kindly and he has been largely forgotten. Perhaps he deserves better.

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