The Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society takes pleasure in launching its on-line series of HISTORICAL PLAQUES. These represent a continuation of the physical plaques the Society erected at various sites around Nova Scotia through the first half of the twentieth century. The new memorials offer valuable information about crucial people, places and events in this province’s remarkable past.
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RNSHS Presents Kirby Ross ‘Women and the War at Home: Pictou County Women in Industrialized Work, 1939 to 1945: The New Women Worker of Shipbuilding
The RNSHS Annual Dinner and Lecture is tonight! We’ll be making our best effort to stream Kirby Ross’ presentation ‘Women & the War at Home:..
Invisible Victims: The Trial for the Murders of the Emoneau Family of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia in 1791
The Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society presents Dr. Kenneth Paulsen and his talk “Invisible Victims: The Trial for the Murders of the Emoneau..
Join us at the Nova Scotia Archives this Wednesday night, March 20th, at 7:30pm (or here on Facebook!) for Dr. Kenneth Paulsen’s lecture on the..
Dr. Cecil Foster will be @Pier21 next Tuesday to read from his new book. Railway porters featured in the work were members of Black communities..
The RNSHS Dinner is tonight! We'll be making an effort to stream Kirby Ross' lecture 'Women & the War at Home: Pictou County Women in Industrialized Work, 1939 to 1945: The New Woman Worker of Shipbuilding' via our FB page! Tune in after 7:15pm & wait for a live video to begin! pic.twitter.com/WhcVpk9Ix1