The Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society takes pleasure in launching its on-line series of virtual 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.
REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT COMES TO NOVA SCOTIA (1758)
Click here to learn more about the First Representative Government in British North America.
LAUNCHING THE PLANTER INFLUX INTO NOVA SCOTIA (1759-1760)
Click here to learn more about the arrival of the New England Planters to Nova Scotia.
THE SECOND AND FINAL FALL OF LOUISBOURG (1758)
Click here for more information about the fall of Louisbourg.
H.M.C.S. NIOBE’S ARRIVAL IN HALIFAX, 21 OCTOBER 1910
Click here to learn more about the birth of the Canadian Navy.
NOVA SCOTIA AND THE WAR OF 1812
Click here to learn more about Nova Scotia’s role in the events of the War of 1812.
TREATY DAY IN NOVA SCOTIA: THE PEACE AND FRIENDSHIP TREATIES
Click here for more information on the Peace and Friendship Treaties between the Malecites, Mi’kmaq, and Passamaquoddy and the Colonial Government.