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Paddling Prince Edward Island
Paddling Prince Edward Island: A Guide to the Island's Best Paddling Adventures (Falcon Guides Paddling)

Prince Edward Island Colourguide
Prince Edward Island Colourguide (Colourguide: Prince Edward Island)

Cape Breton
Cape Breton

A Camera On The Banks
A Camera on the Banks: Frederick William Wallace and the Fishermen of Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia Map
Nova Scotia
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Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia

Sounds of Nova Scotia
Canada - the Sounds of Nova Scotia Vol.2

St Pauls Anglican Church Halifax Nova Scotia
Pictorial History of St. Paul's Anglican Church, Halifax, Nova Scotia

Music of Nova Scotia
Music of Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia and the Maritimes by Bike
Nova Scotia and the Maritimes by Bike: 21 Tours Geared for Discovery

Exploring Nova Scotia
Exploring Nova Scotia

Wildflowers Of Nova Scotia
Wildflowers: Of Nova Scotia New Brunswick & Prince Edward Island

Cruising Guide to Nova Scotia
Cruising Guide to Nova Scotia: Digby to Cape Breton Island, Including the Bras D'or Lakes

Nova Scotia Shaped by the Sea
Nova Scotia: Shaped by the Sea: a Living History

Cape Breton Gaelic Story-teller
Tales Until Dawn: The World of a Cape Breton Gaelic Story-teller

Old and New World Highland Bagpiping
Old and New World Highland Bagpiping (McGill-Queen's Studies in Ethnic History S.)

Nova Scotia Colourguide
Nova Scotia
Colourguide


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Frommers Nova Scotia New Brunswick and Prince Edward IslandFrommer's Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island (Frommer's S.) Tour Nova Scotia. Frommer's Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island is the premier guide to the Atlantic Provinces, with complete coverage of the title destinations as well as Newfoundland and Labrador. You'll get the inside scoop on the best hotels, restaurants, shopping, and nightlife, as well as the author's picks for the best travel experiences, including: sea kayaking nova scotia; biking the cabot trail; hiking Gros Morne National Park; driving along the Viking Trail in Newfoundland; walking through Annapolis Royal in Nova Scotia; feasting on fresh lobster and Digby scallops; and more.

Cape Breton Island Hotel Deals
Cape Breton Island Hotel Deals
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Nova Scotia For DummiesNova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island for Dummies (For Dummies S.) Tour Nova Scotia. A uniquely accessible guide to Canada's no.1 destination, the Maritime provinces. How to experience the Celtic culture of Nova Scotia and explore beautiful Cape Breton Island. Explains where to find Anne of Green Gables on Prince Edward Island. Gives readers the scoop on New Brunswick's scenic Fundy Coast and its famous Reversing Falls.

Churches of Nova Scotia Tour Nova Scotia. The Churches of Nova Scotia is as much a human interest book as it is about ecclesiastical buildings. Both text and photographs tell the story of more than 30 Nova Scotia churches, but in the telling the relationship between the interior life and history of the churches and the exterior and architecture of the church buildings is explored. The book is well balanced, containing a selection of churches from all parts of the province and representing a variety of denominational and ethnic identities, time periods, and architectural styles.

Nova Scotia GuideNova Scotia Tour Nova Scotia. Visitors to Canada's maritime provinces will be dumbstruck by the vast extense of natural beauty the area has to offer. Outdoor enthusiasts will be in their element whether roaming the forests, exploring the quiet beaches or diving in the clear Atlantic waters. Those with a cultural preference should head for the fine art galleries and museums in New Brunswick or sample the local vintages thanks to Fodor's extensive reviews of the Nova Scotian wineries. Fodor's guide will give you all the information you need to navigate this region with the greatest of ease and enjoyment.

Myth, Migration and the Making of Memory: Scotland and Nova Scotia, C.1700-1900 Nova Scotia is the most Scottish part of Canada, linked by bonds of Clearance and Gaelic culture. This collection of essays discusses the relationships between Scotland and Nova Scotia and Canada as a whole, over the centuries.

Scottish Pioneers of Nova ScotiaAfter the Hector: The Scottish Pioneers of Nova Scotia and Cape Breton, 1773-1852 This is the first fully documented and detailed account, produced in recent times, of one of the greatest early migrations of Scots to North America. The arrival of the Hector in 1773, with nearly 200 Scottish passengers, sparked a huge influx of Scots to Nova Scotia and Cape Breton. Thousands of Scots, mainly from the Highlands and Islands, streamed into the province during the late 1700s and the first half of the nineteenth century. The author traces the process of emigration and explains why Scots chose their different settlement locations in Nova Scotia and Cape Breton. Much detailed information has been distilled to provide new insights on how, why and when the province came to acquire its distinctive Scottish communities. Challenging the widely held assumption that this was primarily a flight from poverty, the book reveals how Scots were being influenced by positive factors, such as the opportunity for greater freedoms and better livelihoods.

Mid Victorian Nova ScotiaEvangelical Balance Sheet: Character, Family, and Business in Mid-Victorian Nova Scotia Using the journals of W. Norman Rudolf (1835-1886), a Victorian merchant, "Evangelical Balance Sheet" explores the important role of character ideals and evangelicalism in mid-Victorian culture. Rudolf's diary, with its daily weather observations, its account of family matters, of social and business happenings, and of his own experiences, as well as occasional literary or naturalistic forays, attempts to follow a disciplined regime of writing, but also has elements of a Bildungsroman. The diary reveals an obvious and significant tension between his inner, spiritual search for meaning in his life (evangelical inwardness) and his outward stewardship duties. Rudolf's concept of character, then, involved a type of balance sheet of his evangelical service record, to his God, his family, his business, and his community. Needing God's help to transform his will and to interpret the world in a constructive, rational manner, the underlying intent of his daily journal writing was to keep his commitment to an ethic of benevolence and of the affirmation of the goodness of human beings. Wood elucidates the cultivation of civic-minded masculinity in the context of Victorian Maritime Canada, analysing the multiple facets of the character ideal and emphasising its important role in Victorians' understanding of their life experiences. In the process, Wood reveals many underlying assumptions about social change and about civic discourse. The book also describes how the tremendous economic upheavals experienced by many entrepreneurs in the late 1860s to 1880s tempered their evangelical zeal and made it increasingly difficult for them to achieve a balanced and humane perspective on their own lives.

Traditional Gaelic Songs from Nova ScotiaSongs Remembered in Exile: Traditional Gaelic Songs from Nova Scotia In April 1932, John Lorne Campbell, while on a visit to the United States, took the chance of going to Cape Breton Island and Antigonish County in Eastern Nova Scottia, to find out how the descendants of emigrants from the Scottish Highlands and the Hebrides were faring in their new country, and to what extent the Gaelic language had been maintained among them. In September 1937, after four years on Barra, he returned with his wife, Margaret Fay Shaw, taking with them a recorder in order to collect Gaelic song and tradition and compare it with surviving tradition in the Western Isles. This book is the result of that expedition. As a preface the book includes an account of the collapse of the Hebridean kelp industry after 1820 which led to the bankruptcy of the last Chief of the MacNeils of Barra in the direct line, and which was a major contributory factor to the great flood of emigration from the Hebrides to Canada and America. The title refers to the traditional song and lore preserved by emigrants from Scotland in the new land to which they came. Much of the tradition has been lost in Scotland and was only to be found in Nova Scotia.

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