Journal of the Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society, Vol. 10 2007


David A. Sutherland


The Prat Sisters: Free Spirits of the 1890s

Margaret Campbell


Jane Austen’s Naval Brother Charles on the North American Station 1805-1811

Sheila Johnson Kindred


“That privilege … of having Grand Jurymen from our towns”: Grand Juries, Municipal Reform, and Responsible Government in Nova Scotia, 1833-1879

R. Blake Brown


“Father” Chiniquy Comes to Halifax: Sectarian Conflict in 1870s Nova Scotia

David Sutherland


Sailors and Citizens: Press Gangs and Naval-Civilian Relations in Nova Scotia, 1756-1815

Keith Mercer


The Acadian Deportation in a Comparative Context: An Introduction

A.J.B. (John) Johnston


HMS Fantome, and the British Raid on Washington August 1814

George F.W. Young


Few, Uncooperative, and Endangered: The Troubled Activity of the Roman Catholic Missionaries in Acadia, 1610-1710

Matteo Binasco


Policy Regarding Genealogical Articles

Terrence M. Punch


A Genealogy: Introduction

Terrence M. Punch


Christian Henninger of Hants County, his Children, and his Sons’ Children

Isabel Pilkington Henniger


Book Reviews

Vie et mort du couple en Nouvelle-France: Québec and Louisbourg au XVIIIe siècle

Reviewed by: Sally Ross


New England and the Maritime Provinces: Connections and Comparisons

Reviewed by: Malcolm MacLeod


Angus L. Macdonald: A Provincial Liberal

Reviewed by: Jennifer Smith

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