Journal of the Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society, Vol. 23, 2020



‘Trading Up’ the New Nova Scotia: Postwar Tourism Promotion and Marketing

Sara Hollett

Reflections on Racism: Oral Accounts of Integration at Graham Creighton High School, Cherry Brook, Nova Scotia

Stefanie R. Slaunwhite

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

John N. Grant

Atlantic Canada’s Aid to Ireland during the Great Hunger

Dr. Harvey Strum

Research Notes

Researching African Nova Scotian Women Educators

Sharon M.H. MacDonald

Navigating Halifax’s World War One Book of Remembrance

David Sutherland


Policy Regarding Genealogical Articles

Kenneth S. Paulsen

The Crosby Family of Yarmouth: A Southwest Nova Scotia Family’s Pilgrim Roots

Bill Curry

Book Reviews

Ingrid R. G. Waldron – There’s Something in the Water: Environmental Racism in Indigenous and Black Communities
Reviewed by Claire Campbell, Buckell University

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