Journal of the Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society, Vol. 8 2005


Judith Fingard


From Eliza Frame to Phyllis Blakeley: Women and the Nova Scotia Historical Society

Judith Fingard


The Women of the St. John Ambulance Brigade: Volunteer Nursing Auxiliaries in War-time and Post-war Halifax

Frances Gregor


Halifax: The Wharf of the Dominion, 1867-1914

James D. Frost


The Starr Manufacturing Company: Skate Exporter to the World

Brian Cuthbertson


Celebrating the Joseph Howe Centennial in 1904: an Exercise in Selective Recall

David A. Sutherland


Samuel Cunard 1787-1865: “As Fine A Specimen of a Self-made Man as This Western Continent Can Boast Of”

John G. Langley


The University Contribution to Canadian Multiculturalism: A Case Study of St. Francis Xavier University Antigonish, Nova Scotia

James D. Cameron


Policy Regarding Genealogical Articles

Terrence M. Punch


A Genealogy: Introduction

Terrence M. Punch.


The Parentage and Progeny of David Archibald, Esquire, of Truro, Nova Scotia

Allan E. Marble


Book Reviews

Georges Island: The Keep of Halifax Harbour

Reviewed by: Ronald H. McDonald


European Origins and Colonial Travails: The Settlement of Lunenburg/Steiniger Weg in die Neue Welt: Protestantische Siedler Gr√ľnden Lunenburg

Reviewed by: Christine Horne


The Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, 1754-2004: From Imperial Bastion to Provincial Oracle

Reviewed by: Allan Dunlop


Cape Bretoniana: An annotated bibliography

Reviewed by: Karen Smith


Merchant Princes : Halifax’s First Family of Finance, Ships and Steel

Reviewed by: David B. Flemming


The Siege of Fort Beauséjour, 1755

Reviewed by: Brian Cuthbertson


Frigates and Foremasts: The North Atlantic Squadron in Nova Scotia Waters

Reviewed by: David R. Jones


After the Hector: The Scottish Pioneers of Nova Scotia and Cape Breton 1773-1852

Reviewed by: Terrence M. Punch

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