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Nova Scotia Landmarks

This book offers more than 100 fascinating and beautiful images of Nova Scotia's distinctive geography, carefully reproduced in large format. They show views from every part of Nova Scotia including its coastline, cities, forests, villages, rivers and lakes.

Hardback   Out of print
9780887806315 | Published: October 2004

All Call Iona Home, 1800 - 1950

Since it was first published in 1979, this genealogical study has been useful to many thousands of descendants who have traced their roots to Cape Breton immigration in the early nineteenth century.

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The Artists' Halifax

An authority in historical works of art, Mora Dianne O'Neill offers a collection of more than 100 fine works of art which show Halifax at many stages in its development.

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Halifax's Northwest Arm

Authors Michele Raymond and Heather Watts revisit the history of the Northwest Arm from the Victorian era, exploring its industrial and recreational importance in this lavishly illustrated book.

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Heritage Houses of Nova Scotia

Best published book of the year! This is the first full-colour book on Nova Scotia's heritage homes. It features beautiful buildings from across the province. Heritage Houses of Nova Scotia explores eastern Canada's rich cultural heritage.

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The Forge in the Forest

Jean de Mer returns home after three years' absence to find his son Marc in danger. Marc is in trouble with French partisan leader Black Abbé and is taken captive. Father and son quickly make their escape, determined to expose the priest's deceitful ways.

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The Dreadful Truth: The Halifax Citadel

In her book, Vicki Grant reveals lots of surprising and funny facts about what life was like at the Halifax Citadel in the late 1800s. It's history with a twist.

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Lunenburg: Then and Now

Illustrated with dozens of full-colour photographs and historical visuals, Lunenburg: Then and Now is an exciting tour of one of Canada's most distinctive and fascinating towns.

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Rose of Acadia

Rose of Acadia is a passionate story about the legacy of the past--personal and historical--and how it shapes lives in the present.

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The Sea is So Wide

The Sea Is So Wide is a passionate story of love and separation set against the tragic events of the Acadian Deportation of the mid-eighteenth century.

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