Journal of the Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society, Vol. 7 2004


Judith Fingard


Early Libraries in Halifax

Karen Smith


From Frontier to Borderland: The Acadian Community in a Comparative Context, 1605-1710

David R. Jones


“A slave to business all my life.” Joshua Mauger c. 1712- 1788: The Man and the Myth

Julian Gwyn


The “People’s Daily Paper:” The Glace Bay Gazette under UMWA Ownership

Michael Earle


Fortress, Seaport, Community: Three Faces of 18th-Century Louisbourg

A.J. B. Johnston


African and New World African Immigration to Mainland Nova Scotia, 1749-1816

Harvey Amani Whitefield


“Even If I Cannot Finish…:” Winthrop Bell and His Register

Terrence M. Punch


DesBarres’ Reliance on Holland’s “Plan of the Island of Cape Britain” and the Beaton Institute’s Chart 667.1

William Davey


Policy Regarding Genealogical Articles

Terrence M. Punch


Father Hubert Girroir (1825-1884), One of the two “Human Milestones” in the Revival of Acadian Society in 19th Century Nova Scotia

William Dawson Gerrior


A Genealogy: Introduction

Terrence M. Punch


Book Reviews

Inspired Halifax: The Art of Dusan Kadlec

Reviewed by: Mora Dianne O’Neill


Historic Kentville/Historic Wolfville: Grand Pre and Countryside

Reviewed by: Gordon Haliburton


Miracle on Brunswick Street: the Story of St. George’s Round Church and the Little Dutch Church

Reviewed by: Julie Morris


Hope Restored: The American Revolution and the Founding of New Brunswick

Reviewed by: Carole Watterson Troxler

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