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A Privateer's Fortune

First published in 1903, A Privateer's Fortune is a tragic and exciting novel following a Nova Scotian family cursed by a tainted fortune, hereditary madness, and doomed love.

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Halifax Street Names

Halifax Street Names includes contributions from writers with a lively interest in local history, giving derivations and brief histories of more than 180 streets in Bedford, Dartmouth, Halifax and Sackville.

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9780887806520 | Published: November 2004

The Maroons in Nova Scotia

This lively and well-documented account illuminates an important passage in African-Canadian history, combining historical records and modern research to present a portrait of the times, the people and the events that comprise the Maroons' saga in Nova Scotia.

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Shipwreck Treasures

Illustrated in colour with artifacts, underwater photography and historical visuals, Shipwreck Treasures tracks four centuries of marine disasters on Canada's eastern seaboard.

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The Secret Treasures of Oak Island

This young adult adventure is based on factual information about the 'money pit' on Oak Island and the attempts to retrieve the treasure.

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Maritime Flavours

Completely revised and updated, the fifth edition of Maritime Flavours is both a splendid cookbook and an unequalled guide to the culinary treasures of Canada's Maritime provinces.

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9780887805592 | Published: June 2002

The Age of Sail

In this beautifully illustrated volume, marine historian Stanley Spicer recaptures the age of sail and its many colourful characters.

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Errand Boy in the Mooseland Hills

A charming and rare literary portrait of Nova Scotia's short-lived nineteenth century Icelandic settlement.

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The Night Hawk

The Night Hawk

(Fiction Treasures)
By Alice Jones, Introduction and notes by Greg Marquis, Series edited by Gwendolyn Davies

First published in 1901, The Night Hawk is a smouldering, romantic novel of passion and intrigue set in Paris, Halifax and the American Deep South.

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Quietly My Captain Waits

Quietly My Captain Waits is a thrilling novel of two lovers whose fates are sealed by the fateful clash of Empire in early eighteenth-century Acadia.

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