Cape Breton Pictorial Cookbook
Highland Village - Living History Museum & Gaelic Cultural Centre
A living history museum and cultural centre that celebrates the Gaelic experience in Nova Scotia.
History of Coal Mining in Nova Scotia
A collection of historical and/or technical transcripts relating to 300 years of coal mining in the province of Nova Scotia.
History of the Scots in New Scotland (Nova Scotia)
Nova Scotia during the American Revolution
Nova Scotia's Electronic Attic
Specializing in on-line information about Nova Scotia.
On the Halifax waterfront, this is the site where over 1.5 million immigrants entered the country between 1928 and 1971.
Scotiabank Family History Centre / Centre d'histoires de famille banque Scotia
The Scotiabank Family History Centre is the library at the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 which specializes in immigration research on site or remotely.
Shipwrecks of Nova Scotia
The Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia
The Early Acadian Period in Nova Scotia 1605 - 1755
From Archaeology in Nova Scotia.
The S.S. England Page
In the spring of 1866, the S.S. England, a steamship from Liverpool, England, was bound for New York with over 1,300 passengers. Hundreds died from an outbreak of cholera.
The S/S Atlantic of the White Star Line, disaster in 1873
Includes a listing of the the Norwegian and Scandinavian passengers on the ship when it went down off Halifax in 1873.
Titanic ~ The Unsinkable Ship and Halifax
A site from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, including a list of those buried in cemeteries in Halifax.
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