Journal of the Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society, Vol. 5 2002



Robert P. Harvey


Art, Fiction and Adventure: The Jones Sisters of Halifax

Gwendolyn Davies


A Tale of Two Preachers: Henry Hartley, Francis Robinson and the Black Churches of the Maritimes

Judith Fingard


The Halifax Diphtheria Epidemic (1940 to 1944): A Disaster Waiting to Happen or a Blessing in Disguise?

John Farley


The Inquiry into the Halifax Explosion of December 6, 1917: The Legal Aspects

Janet F. Kitz


Abraham Gesner, the 10th Earl of Dundonald and Kerosene

Elizabeth Haigh


Violence, Sex, and Politics in Mid-Victorian Halifax: The WINCHESTER Affair of 1853

David A. Sutherland


The Nova Scotia Historian: A Creature of Paradox?

John G. Reid


The Rockefellers, the Cape Breton Island Health Unit and Public Health in Nova Scotia

Peter L. Twohig


The Collection of Vital Statistics in Nova Scotia, 1864-1908

Allan C. Dunlop


Policy Regarding Genealogical Articles

Terrence M. Punch


A Genealogy: George Frédéric Bailly

Terrence M. Punch


Book Reviews

Sir John George Bourinot Victorian Canadian: His Life Times, and Legacy

Reviewed by John Leefe


The search for Heinrich Stief: A Genealogist on the Loose

Reviewed by Kenneth S.Paulsen, Kenneth S


John Wesley’s Nova Scotia Businessmen: Halifax Methodist Merchants, 1815-1855

Reviewed by D.A.Sutherland


Brígh an Oraín = a story in every song: the songs and tales of Lauchie MacLellan

Reviewed by John G. Gibson

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