Journal of the Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society, Vol. 11 2008


David A. Sutherland


“The first that ever was publish’d in the Province”: John Bushell’s Halifax Gazette, 1752-1761

Dean Jobb


Pioneers of a Silver Craft in Acadia, 1700-1755

Ross Fox


Noel Doiron and the East Hants Acadians

Shawn Scott & Tod Scott.


Global Expectations, Local Pressures: Some Dilemmas of a World Heritage Site

Claire Campbell


Nova Scotia’s Liberal Patronage System in the 1930s

T. Stephen Henderson


Edith Jessie Archibald: Ardent Feminist and Conservative Reformer

Janet Guildford


Thunderclap of Reform: Hilda Neatby’s So Little for the Mind and the Halifax Grammar School Experiment, 1953-1958

Paul W. Bennett


Reading Scientific and Technical Literature: The Case of the Nineteenth-Century Nova Scotian Mining Engineer, Edwin Gilpin

Lawrence J. Duggan & Bertrum H. MacDonald


Research Note: Captain Thomas Durell’s Charts of Nova Scotia

William Welch


Policy Regarding Genealogical Articles

Terrence M. Punch


A Genealogy: Introduction

Terrence M. Punch


The Nova Scotia and New Brunswick Descendants of Mason Cogswell of Cornwallis

Heather Long


Book Reviews

The Nova Scotia Black Experience Through the Centuries

Reviewed by: John Grant


The Power of the Press: The Story of Early Canadian Printers and Publishers

Reviewed by: Carl Robert Keyes


Endgame 1758: The Promise, the Glory and the Despair of Louisbourg’s Last Decade

Reviewed by: Julian Gwyn


December 1917: Re-visiting the Halifax Explosion

Reviewed by: Malcolm MacLead


Quarantine, What is Old is New. Halifax and the Lawlor’s Island Quarantine Station: 1866-1938

Reviewed by: Peter L. Twohig


The Mapmaker’s Legacy: Nineteenth Century Nova Scotia through Maps

Reviewed by: Larry McCann


Erin’s sons: Irish arrivals in Atlantic Canada 1761-1853

Reviewed by: R.G. Beed


The Dominion of Youth: Adolescence and the Making of Modern Canada, 1920 to 1950

Reviewed by: Janet Guildford


Tokens of Grace: Cape Breton’s open-air communion tradition

Reviewed by: James St Clair

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