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The Collections of The Nova Scotia Historical Society. (NSHS).
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NSHS, #1 (1878):
  • "History of St. Paul's Church" (No.I); by George W. Hill; Vol #1 (1878); 23 pp.
  • "Nicholson's Journal of the Capture of Annapolis in 1710"; Vol #1 (1878); 45 pp.
  • "An Account of Nova Scotia in 1743"; Likely commissioned by the Lord Justices of the Board of trade, this is a contemporary accounting of the province preparatory to the settlement of Halifax, 1749; Vol #1 (1878); 13 pp.
  • "Papers relating to Trials for Treason in 1776-7"; The Eddy Rebellion; Vol #1 (1878); 8 pp.
  • "Thomas's Diary of the Expedition of 1755 against the Acadians"; Thomas was a surgeon with the Winslow Expedition; Vol #1 (1878); 21 pp. (Check NovaScotiaBk1/Part6/Ch14.htm)

    NSHS, #2 (1879-80):
  • "The First Council"; by T. B. Akins; Cornwallis, Mascarene, Edward How, John Gorham, Benjamin Green, John Salisbury, and Hugh Davidson; Vol #2 (1879-80); pp. 13.
  • "Journal of Witherspoon"; An early settler of Annapolis, Witherspoon was captured, in 1757, by the Indians and brought to Quebec where he was found and released by the victorious British in 1759; Vol #2 (1879-80); pp. 31.
  • "History of St. Paul's Church" (No.II&III); by George W. Hill; Vol #2 (1879-80); pp. 36.
  • "Memoir of the Rev. James Murdoch: 1767-1799"; Vol #2 (1879-80); pp. 9.
  • "Memoir of Sir Alexander Croke [1758-1843]"; by Adams G. Archibald (1814-1893; see memoriam N.S.H.S., Vol. #9, p. 197); Croke, called to the bar at London in 1786, took up his duties as a judge of the Vice-Admiralty Court at Halifax in 1801; Vol #2 (1879-80); pp. 18.
  • "Papers relating to the Acadian French"; Contains the collections which Rev. Dr. Andrew Brown had put together concerning the early history of the province, for example, contained therein is a copy of a letter from Brook Watson to Brown wherein Watson recalls his remembrances of when he as was a young officer with Monckton at Beausejour in 1755; Vol #2 (1879-80); pp. 31. (Check NovaScotiaBk1/Part6)

    NSHS, #3 (1882-83):
  • "History of St. Paul's Church" (No.IV); by Rev. George W. Hill; Vol #3 (1882-83); pp. 57.
  • "Journal of Colonel John Winslow"; Winslow was the British officer who was in charge of the deportation of the Acadians at Grand Pre in the autumn of 1755; Vol #3 (1882-83); pp. 125.
  • "Government House at Halifax"; by A. G. Archibald; Vol #3 (1882-83); pp. 11.

    NSHS, #4 (1884):
  • "Biographical Sketch and papers connected with the administration of Samuel Vetch, 1710-13"; Vol #4 (1884); pp. 101.
  • "Winslow's Journal at the Siege of Beausejour"; Vol #4 (1884); pp. 133.
    (Check NovaScotiaBk1/Part6/Chs.1&2)
  • "The Province Building"; Vol #4 (1884); pp. 11.

    NSHS, #5 (1887):
  • "The Expulsion of the Acadians"; Vol #5 (1887); pp. 87. (Check NovaScotiaBk1/Part6)
  • "Gordon's Journal at the Siege of Louisbourg, 1758"; Vol #5 (1887); pp. 56.
    (Check NovaScotiaBk1/Part7)

    NSHS, #6 (1888):
  • "The Acadian Boundary Dispute and the Ashburton Treaty"; by The Honourable Mr. Justice Weatherbe; Vol #6 (1887); pp. 34.
  • "The Loyalists at Shelburne"; by the Rev. T. Watson Smith; Vol #6 (1888); pp. 86.
  • "Early Journalism in Nova Scotia"; by J. J. Stewart (1844-1907; see memoriam N.S.H.S., Vol. #13, p. 153); Vol #6 (1887); pp. 31.
  • "King's College"; Vol #6 (1887); pp. 12.
  • "Notes on the early History of St George's Church Halifax" (Part 1); by Rev. Frances Partridge; The first "Foreign Protestants and the ship Anne, July 1750; Johann Dick; Vol #6 (1888); pp. 17.

    NSHS, #7 (1891):
  • "Vinland"; The Norsemen (Leif Erikson, et al.); Vol #7 (1891); pp. 26.
  • "The Census of 1767"; by "D. Allison" [I believe this would have been David Allison (1836-1924) who wrote a three volume history on Nova Scotia (Halifax: Bowen, 1916)]. No details on the individuals, but rather an analysis of the larger numbers and the break down of the population by their national ancestry. The break down was categorizes in five major groups (p. 49): French Acadians (what were left of them), the English (feebly located at Halifax), the German (Lunenburg), the New England Planters (who had taken over the best of the Acadian lands), and the Scotch-Irish (there were but only 52 men who said they were born in Scotland). Vol. #7 (1891); pp. 26.
  • "The History of St George's Church Halifax" (Part 2); by Rev. Frances Partridge; Vol #7 (1891); pp. 14.
  • "Papers Relating to Early History of Church of England in Nova Scotia; Vol #7 (1891); pp. 38.
  • "Deportation of Negroes to Sierra Leone"; by Archibald; Vol #7 (1891); pp. 25.

    NSHS, #8 (1895):
  • "History of Halifax City" (with Index); by Dr. Thomas Beamish Akins; Vol #8 (1895); pp. 317.

    NSHS, #9 (1895):
  • "The Voyages and Discoveries of the Cabots"; by Rev. M. Harvey of St. John's; Vol #9 (1895); pp. 20.
  • "A Chapter in the History in the Township of Onslow, N.S."; by Israel Longworth, Q.C., of Truro; Vol #9 (1895); pp. 32.
  • "Richard John Uniacke"; by Hon. L. G. Power; Vol #9 (1895); pp. 45.
  • "Ships of War Lost on the Coast of Nova Scotia and Sable Island, during the Eighteenth Century"; by S. D. MacDonald; La Chemeau, Trident, Tilbury, Entreprenant, Capricieux, Celebre, St Lawrence (Lt. Prenties), Blonde, Tribune, and Rover; Vol #9 (1895); pp. 16.
  • "Louisbourg: An Historical Sketch"; by Joseph Plimsoll Edwards (1857-1930; see memoriam N.S.H.S., Vol. #22, p. xxvii); Vol #9 (1895); pp. 59.

    NSHS, #10 (1899):
  • "The Slave in Canada"; Index; by T. Watson Smith; vol. 10 (1899); pp. 161.

    NSHS, #11 (1901):
  • "The War of 1812"; Vol #11 (1901); by James Hannay; the Chesapeake & the Shannon, Castine, Admiral Cochran, the naval battles along the New England coast; The Taking of Washington; pp. 400.

    NSHS, #12 (1905):
  • "Hon. Edward Cornwallis, Founder of Halifax"; vol. 12 (1905); pp. 18.
  • "Life and Administration of Governor Charles Lawrence. 1749-1760"; portraiture; vol. 12 (1905); pp. 40.
  • "Richard Bulkeley"; vol. 12 (1905); pp. 30.

    NSHS, #13 (1908):(HC)
  • "The Life and Times of the Rev. John Wiswall"; by Rev. E. M. Saunders; Wiswall (1731-1821) was a loyalist clergyman who came to the community of Wilmot in 1789 and was the rector of that place until his death in 1821; Vol #14 (1908); pp. 73.
  • "Recollections of Old Halifax"; by Wm. Marsters Brown (1811- ); vol. 13 (1908); 34 pp.
  • "Dockyard Memoranda 1894"; by Charles H. Stubbing; f.p., map; vol. 13 (1908); 6 pp.
  • "Notes on Nova Scotian Privateers"; by George E. E. Nichols; vol. 13 (1908); 41 pp.

    NSHS, #14 (1909):
  • "Fisheries of British North America"; by Judge Wallace Graham; vol. 14 (1909); pp. 40.
  • "Memoir of Governor John Parr"; by Jas. S. Macdonald; portraiture; vol. 14 (1909); pp. 37.
  • "Halifax and the Capture of St. Pierre in 1793"; by the Rev. T. Watson Smith; vol. 14 (1909); pp. 25.
  • "Demonts Tercentenary at Annapolis 1604-1904"; by Judge Longley; vol. 14 (1909); pp. 23.

    NSHS, #15 (1911):
  • "Life of Honourable Alexander Stewart"; by the Honourable Charles J. Townshend, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia; Stewart was a Nova Scotian judge, the Master of the Rolls; Stewart was part of distinguished group of Nova Scotians which included Archibald, John Young, and Howe who worked together in the great cause of reforming the constitution of Nova Scotia in the days before the Canadian federation; portraiture; vol. 15 (1911); pp. 114.
  • "Records of Chignecto"; by W. C. Milner; map of the route across the Isthmus from Beausejour to Bay Verte, together with other prints and maps; vol. 15 (1911); pp. 86.
  • "Nomenclature of the Streets of Halifax, with Portrait"; by Rev. George W. Hill; vol. 15 (1911); pp. 22.

    NSHS, #16 (1912):
  • "Lt. Governor Michael Francklin, 1752-1782"; by James S. Macdonald; with portraits of George Montagu, Michael Francklin, Edward Cornwallis, Peregrine Thomas Hopson, Charles Lawrence, Joshua Mauger, Montague Wilmot, Michael Wallace; vol. 16 (1912); pp. 40.
  • "The Trent Affair"; by George Johnson; with portraits; Vol #16 (1912); pp. 20.
  • "James William Johnston, First Premier of Nova Scotia under Responsible Government, with portrait"; by John Y. Payzant; vol. 16 (1912); pp. 32.
  • "Notes Historical and Otherwise of the Northern District of Queens County"; by R. R. McLeod; Vol #16 (1912); pp. 44.
  • "History of St. Matthew's Church, Halifax, N. S." by Prof. Walter C. Murray; Vol #16 (1912); pp. 34.
  • "Early Reminiscences of Halifax"; by Peter Lynch, Q.C., (1815-1893; see memoriam N.S.H.S., Vol. #9, p. 202); Enos Collins (portrait), Uniacke (portrait), Edward Belcher, Samuel Cunard (portrait), Chief Justice Sir Brenton Haliburton (portrait), Hon. Thomas Chandler Halliburton (portrait), Hon. S. G. W. Archibald (Master of the Rolls) (portrait), Joseph Howe (portrait); vol. 16 (1912); 34 pp.

    NSHS, #17 (1913):
  • "Memoir of the Life of the Honorable William Blowers Bliss"; by Hon. Sir Charles J. Towshend, Chief Justice of Nova Scotia; portrait; vol. 17 (1913); pp. 22.
  • "Notes on Thomas Williams of Annapolis Royal"; by James D. Ritchie; Vol #16 (1913); pp. 4.
  • "On the Stones of Yarmouth ('Runic Stone' & the 'Fletcher Stone'"; two short articles, one by Moses H. Nickerson and another by Harry Piers (1870-1941; see memoriam N.S.H.S., Vol. #25 (1942), p. xv); Early Norse visitors?; Vol #17 (1913); pp. 6.
  • "The Fenwick Family in Nova Scotia"; Vol #17 (1913); pp. 5.
  • "The Militia of Nova Scotia"; by Joseph Plimsoll Edwards of Londonderry, N. S.; Numerous portraits, including: Duke of Kent, Stephen Hall Binney, John C. Sherbrooke, Richard Tremain (jr. & sr.), John Albro, Thomas Ritchie, Henry Pryor, Andrew Mitchell Uniacke, et al.; Vol #17 (1913); pp. 50+.
  • "Early Reminiscences of Halifax (II & III)"; by Peter Lynch, Q.C.; vol. 17 (1913); 40 pp.
  • "A Sketch of Lawrence O'Connor Doyle, A Member of the House of Assembly in the Thirties and Forties"; (1830s & 1840s); by George Mullane (1850-1938; see memoriam N.S.H.S., Vol. #24 (1938), p. xvii.); Vol #17 (1913); pp. 44.
  • "Notes on Several Governors and Their Influence"; A short two page note by Joseph Howe; Dalhousie, Agricola, Kempt & agriculture; Vol #17 (1913).
  • "Statement Relative to the Introduction and History of Responsible Government in Nova Scotia"; by Rev. E. M. Saunders; Vol #17 (1913); pp. 4.

    NSHS, #18 (1914):(HC)
  • "The Portrait of Governor Parr"; by James S. MacDonald; vol. 18 (1914); pp. xl-xlii.
  • "Wolfe's Men and Nova Scotia"; by Beckles Wilson of Windsor, N. S.; Portrait of Lt.-Col. Alexander Murray; Vol #18 (1914); pp. 24.
  • "Jonathan Belcher [1710-1776], First Chief Justice of Nova Scotia"; by Charles Townshend; Portrait; Vol #18 (1914); pp. 34.
  • "Dockyard Reminiscences (Chesapeake & the Shannon)"; by Charles Archibald; Vol #18 (1914); pp. 10.
  • "Early Scottish Settlers in Cape Britain"; by Mrs. Charles Archibald; Vol #18 (1914); pp. 32.
  • "Artists in Nova Scotia"; by Harry Piers; DesBarres, Robert Field, Moorsom, Barrlett, vol. 18 (1914); pp. 64.
  • "History of Nova Scotia Postage Stamps"; by Donald A. King; vol. 18 (1914); pp. 41.

    NSHS, #19 (1918):
  • "Our First President [Hon. John William Ritchie (1808-1890); Judge in Equity, Supreme Court of Nova Scotia]"; by Hon. Lawrence G. Power, K.C.; vol. 18 (1918); pp. 15.
  • "Recollections of Sixty Years Ago"; by Rev. Allan Pollok; vol. 18 (1918); pp. 13.
  • "History of Bridgetown"; by John Irvin, K.C.; vol. 18 (1918); pp. 20.
  • "The Early Post Office in Nova Scotia, 1755-1867"; Plates; Vol #19 (1918); pp. 20.
  • "Life of Samuel Cunard"; Vol #19 (1918); pp. 16.
  • "The Inception of the Associated Press"; Pony express to Digby; Vol #19 (1918); pp. 21.
  • "Beamish Murdoch"; short two page bio.; Portrait; Appendix, p. 129, Vol #19 (1918); pp. 2.

    NSHS, #20 (1921)(HC):
  • "Hon. Simon Bradstreet Robie"; by Israel Longsworth; Vol #20 (1921); pp. 16.
  • "The Privateers of Nova Scotia"; by George Mullane; Vol #20 (1921); p. 26.
  • "The Life of Sir John Wentworth, Governor of Nova Scotia"; by Sir Adams Archibald; Vol #20 (1921); pp. 68.
  • "Halifax Currency"; by Horace A. Flemming; Vol #20 (1921); pp. 28.
  • "The Honourable James McDonald"; by Sir Chas. J. Townshend; Portrait; Vol #20 (1921); pp. 16.
  • "Sources of Canadian History, with special reference to Nova Scotia"; by J. Plimsoll Edwards; Vol #20 (1921); pp. 12.

    NSHS, #21 (1927):(HC)
  • "History of Canso, Guysborough Co."; by Mrs. Harriet Cunningham Hart; map of Wilmot Town and Canso Harbour, 1764; Vol #21 (1927); pp. 34.
  • "The Akins Historical Prize Essays, King's College"; by Ven. Archdeacon Vroom; This contest resulted in a number of good county histories, including Calnek's History of Annapolis, Eaton's History of King's, Patterson's of Pictou; The introduction amounts to a short biographical sketch of Akins; Vol #21 (1927); pp. 10.
  • "The Hon. Thomas Dickson Archibald"; by Mrs. Charles (Edith J.) Archibald; Vol #21 (1927); pp. 26.
  • "Life of The Hon. Thomas Jonathan McCully, 1809-77"; by The Hon. Nicholas H. Meagher (A Justice of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia); Vol #21 (1927); pp. 41.
  • "The 40th Regiment, Raised at Annapolis Royal in 1717; And Five Regiments Subsequently Raised in Nova Scotia"; by Harry Piers, Curator of the Provincial Museum and Deputy Keeper of Public Records; Plates: Richard Philipps (portrait), Uniforms of a private (1742) & Grenadier (1751); Vol #21 (1927); pp. 69.

    NSHS, #22 (1933):
  • "Old Inns and Coffee Houses of Halifax"; by George Mullane; The Great Pontack, The Spilt Crow, Jerusalem Coffee House, British Coffee House, Sutherlands Coffee House, Governor Lawrence's Head Tavern, Wolfe Inn, Prince Edward Hotel, Wentworth Coffee House, British Tavern, Nine Mile House (Bedford), Rockingham, The Exchange Coffee House, Woodworth's Inn, McAlpine's Inn, etc.; Vol #22 (1933); pp. 24.
  • "Charles Inglis -- An Appreciation"; by F. W. Vroom; Portrait; Vol #22 (1933); pp. 18.
  • "H.M. Naval Yard, Halifax, in the Early Sixties"; by D.A. Storey; Map (1859); Vol #22 (1933); pp. 26.
  • "The Migration of Scotch Settlers from St. Andrew's, Nova Scotia, to New Zealand"; by Murdoch D. Morrison [ -1946; see note at page xi, Vol #27 (1947)]; pp; Vol #22 (1933); pp. 28.
  • "The Old Peninsular Blockhouses and Road at Halifax in 1751; Their History, Description and Location"; by Harry Piers; Map of isthmus between Bedford Basin and Northwest Arm showing old roads and the three Peninsular blockhouses; Ills.; Vol #22 (1933); pp. 56. (Here at www.blupete.com we have put this Map On Line)

    NSHS, #23:
  • "Reminiscences of a Halifax Centenarian"; by Mrs. Wm. Dennis; NSHS#23; pp. 14.
  • "Origin and History of the Apple Industry in Nova Scotia"; by F. G. J. Comeau; NSHS#23 (1936); pp. 26.
  • "Early Highland Emigration to Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island"; by Colin S. Macdonald; NSHS#23 (1936); pp. 8.
  • "Old Cobequid and its Destruction"; by F. H. Patterson; A valuable rough-drawn map is tipped in at p. 78 of this NSHS, which shows; the main pathways that existed in Nova Scotia in the mid-18th century; and includes notes re: the location of the main Acadian homesteads located at the head of the Bay of Fundy; and, further the broad layouts of Fort Cumberland (Beauséjour) and Fort Gaspereau; NSHS#23 (1936); pp. 32.
  • "Fort Ellis, Colchester Co."; by G. G. Campbell; This short but very informative article deals with the very earliest French Acadian settlement and the subsequent conveyances of that point of land north east of the confluence of the Shubenacadie and Stewiacke Rivers, the "crossing place." NSHS#23 (1936); pp. 8.
  • "The Development of Roman Catholic Church Government in Halifax, 1760-1853"; by Rev. John E. Burns [ -1946; see note at page xii, NSHS#27 (1947)]; NSHS#23 (1936); pp. 14.
  • "Father John Jean Mande Sigogne"; by H. L. d'Entremont and Rev. Dr. Vroom; NSHS#23 (1936); pp. 14.
  • "The History of the Halifax Grammar School, High School and Academy"; by Major J. W. Logan; NSHS#23 (1936); pp. 18.

    NSHS, #24 (1938):
  • "Development of the office of Provincial Secretary"; by Arthur S. Barnstead (lawyer); Vol #24 (1938); pp. 32.
  • "Poor Relief and Medicine in Nova Scotia, 1749-83"; by Miss Relief Williams; Vol #24 (1938); pp. 24.
  • "Military Activities in N.S. during the War of 1812"; by Ronald Copp (d.1946); Vol #24 (1938); pp. 18.
  • "Military Settlements in N.S. after the War of 1812"; by J. S. Martell; Vol #24 (1938); pp. 32.
  • "Stage Coaches in N.S., 1815-1867"; by R. D. Evans; Vol #24 (1938); pp. 28.
  • "Beginnings of a Canadian Family [Ritchie family]"; by Miss Mary C. Ritchie; Vol #24 (1938); pp. 20.
  • "Communion Tokens"; by Edgar J. Vickery; Vol #24 (1938); pp. 20.
  • "Oakfield and its Founder [Col. John Wimburn Laurie]"; by Miss Margaret Laurie; Vol #24 (1938); pp. 15.

    NSHS, #25 (1942):
  • "The Early Organization and Influence of Halifax Merchants"; by G. F. Butler; Vol #25 (1942); pp. 16.
  • "Early Gold Mining in Nova Scotia"; by G. R. Evans; Vol #25 (1942); pp. 32.
  • "Governor Wentworth's Patronage"; by Miss Margaret Ells; Vol #25 (1942); pp. 26.
  • "The Fisheries in Nova Scotia Politics, 1865-71"; by Prof R. S. Longley; Vol #25 (1942); pp. 20.
  • "The Repeal Agitation in Nova Scotia, 1867-69"; R. H. Campbell; Vol #25 (1942); pp. 36.
  • "The Life of Archbishop Walsh"; by Rev. Dr. John E. Burns; Vol #25 (1942); pp. 14.
  • "James Glenie, A Study in Early Colonial Radicalism"; [Friend of the Duke of Kent.]; by Prof. George F. G. Stanley; Vol #25 (1942); pp. 30.
  • "Notes on the Life of Abbe Jean Mande Sigogne"; by Rev. L. L. Surette; Vol #25 (1942).
  • "The Nova Scotia Country-side One Hundred Years Ago"; by Rev. Cannon W. S. H. Morris; Vol #25 (1942); pp. 13.

    NSHS, #26 (1945):
  • "John Sparrow Thompson"; (Sir John's father); The Halifax Monthly Magazine, Novascotian, The Acadian Telegraph; Journalism, The Mechanics' Institute; Joseph Howe; by Sir Joseph Chisholm; Vol #26 (1945); pp. 32.
  • "The First Five Attorney-Generals of Nova Scotia"; by Hon. John Doull ( -1969), a justice of Supreme Court of Nova Scotia; Otis Little, Wm. Nesbitt, James Brenton, Richard Gibbons, Samuel Salter Blowers, Vol #26 (1945); pp. 16.
  • "Old-Time Halifax Churches (in two parts)"; by R. M. Hattie; Vol #25 (1945); pp. 56.
  • "Gaelic Newspapers and Prose"; by Rev. Chaplain D. M. Sinclair; Vol #25 (1945); pp. 10.
  • "Contribution of N. S. Historical Society to The Legislative Library"; by Dr. D. C. Harvey; Vol #25 (1945); pp. 16.
  • "The Repeal Election of 1886"; by Phyllis R. Blakeley; Vol #25 (1945); pp. 22.
  • "Pioneer Geologists of Nova Scotia the Men and their Times"; Dr. F. W. Gray; Gray deals with Abraham Gesner (1797-1864), Thomas Chandler Haliburton (1796-1865), Richard Brown (1805-1882), Sir John Wm. Dawson (1820-99), and Sir Charles Lyell's visit in 1842; Vol #26 (1945); pp. 19.

    NSHS, #27 (1947):
  • "Four Attorney-Generals"; by Hon. Mr. Justice John Doull ( -1969); Hiram Blanchard (1867), Martin I. Wilkins (1867-71), Henry Wm. Smith (1871-75), and Otto Schwartz Weeks; (1875-76); Vol #26 (1945); pp. 16.
  • "Backgrounds of Religious Liberty in Nova Scotia"; by Maurice W. Armstrong; Vol #27 (1947); pp. 16.
  • "The Church and State 'Party' in Nova Scotia, 1749-1851"; by Miss Norah Story; Vol #27 (1947); pp. 26.
  • "Wine Harbour Library"; Judge Asa J. Crockett; Vol #27 (1947); pp. 22.
  • "A Friendly Scot Looks at Nova Scotia in 1853"; by D. C. Harvey; The "Friendly Scot" was William Chambers who travelled throughout Nova Scotia in 1853; Vol #27 (1947); pp. 20.
  • "Extracts from the Journal of Captain J. A. Farquhar, re: His Stay on Sable Island (1849-63)"; by Alan Martin; Vol #27 (1947); pp. 24.
  • "A Hessian Conscript's Account of Life at Halifax at the Time of the American Revolution"; by Winthrop P. Bell (1884-1965); Vol #27 (1947); pp. 22.
  • "Francois Lambert Bourneuf"; published in French and written by Hon. J. W. Comeau; Vol #27 (1947); pp. 25.

    NSHS, #28 (1949):
  • "Tarleton's Legion (American Revolution)"; by Thomas H. Raddall; Vol #28 (1949); pp. 50.
  • "Co-operative Newsgathering in Nova Scotia"; by Andrew Merkel; Journalism, Pony Express to Victoria Beach; Telegraph; Vol #28 (1949); pp. 10.
  • "The Diary of the Reverend Joseph Dimock"; Baptists and Chester; by Dr. George E. Levy; Vol #28 (1949); pp. 14.
  • "Immigration to and Emigration from Nova Scotia"; by Mrs. R. G. Flewwelling; Vol #28 (1949); pp. 31.
  • "A Halifax Boyhood of One Hundred and Twenty Years Ago"; by Winthrop P. Bell; Vol #28 (1949); pp. 27.
  • "John Alexander Barry and His Times"; Loyalists & Liverpool; by Dr. George Cox; Vol #28 (1949); pp. 15.
  • "Three Justices of Nova Scotia"; by Sir Joseph Chisholm; Hon. Charles Morris (1711-81), Hon. Jeremy Pemberton (1741-90), and Hon. Sampson Salter Blowers (1743-1842); Vol #28 (1949); pp. 10.

    NSHS, #29 (1951):
  • "John Salusbury, 1707-62"; by Prof. J. G. Adhead; Salusbury was on Cornwallis' council, the first council; Vol. 29 (1951); pp. 21.
  • "An Acadian becomes a Nova Scotian"; Judge V. J. Pottier ( -1980); An article on the Pottier family; Vol #29 (1951); pp. 21.
  • "Herbert Huntington [1800-51]"; by Miss Gene Morison; Yarmouth; Vol #29 (1951); pp. 19.
  • "The Sandemanian Loyalists"; by Charles St. C. Stayner; Loyalists, March 1776; Vol #29 (1951); pp. 62.
  • "Sidelights on the Cheasapeake Affair, 1863-4"; by Dr. George H. Cox; "The Second Cheasapeake"; Vol #29 (1951); pp. 14.
  • "The Way of the Smiths"; by Miss Helen Whidden; Douglas, the Kennetcook River; Vol #29 (1951); pp. 15.
  • "The Influence of Scottish Clergy on Early Education in Cape Breton"; by Mrs. Lilias M. Toward; Vol #29 (1951); pp. 24.

    NSHS, #30 (1954):
  • "Sir William Alexander [c.1577-1640]"; by D. C. Harvey; Vol. 30 (1954); pp. 26.
  • "John Gorham, an Outline of His Activities in Nova Scotia, 1744-51"; by George T. Bates; vol. 30 (1954); pp. 51.
  • "A Comparative Study in Nova Scotia Rural Economy, 1788-1872, based on recently unearthed books of account of old firms in Kings County"; by Rev. Kennedy B. Wainwright; Merchants, Henry Magee & Edgar Bishop, Vol #30 (1954); pp. 42.
  • "The Memoirs of Robert Kent's Island (now Pleasant Point), Halifax County, 1813-40"; by Edgar E. McKinley; William T. Kent took up settled (c1818) on the point between Musquodoboit Harbour and Jeddore Harbour (Oyster Pond); Vol #30 (1954); pp. 31.
  • "The Brandy Election of 1830"; by Miss Gene Morison; Vol. 30 (1954); pp. 33.
  • "Genealogy in Nova Scotia"; by R. M. Hattie; Vol. #30 (1954); pp. 23.
  • "Halifax under the Eye of the 'Guardian', 1838-41"; by Rev. Dr. C. H. Johnson; Vol #30 (1954); pp. 22.

    NSHS, #31 (1957):
  • "The Fortunes of Charles LaTour"; by Mr. Justice V. J. Pottier ( -1980); Vol. 31 (1957); pp. 18.
  • "The Settlers from the Azores, 1750"; Dr. Winthrop P. Bell; Vol #31 (1957); pp. 19.
  • "Imperial Policy in Cape Breton, 1748-95"; Mrs. Ella Hunt Cameron; DesBarres; Vol #31 (1957); pp. 26.
  • "Why Did Thomas McCulloch Come to Dalhousie?"; by Dr. H. L. Scammell; First president of Dalhousie University, 1838; Vol #31 (1957); pp. 9.
  • "An Annapolis County Loyalist"; by R. S. Longley; Timothy Ruggles (1711-95); Vol #31 (1957); pp. 24.
  • "T. B. Akins: A Centennial Commemoration"; by Dr. C. Bruce Fergusson; Vol. #31 (1957); pp. 22.
  • "Nineteenth-Century Physicians in Nova Scotia"; by Dr. K. A. MacKenzie; Medicine: Ether, Chloroform, Gesner, & Tupper; Vol. 31 (1957); pp. 10.

    NSHS, #32 (1959):
  • "West Highland Emigrants in Eastern Nova Scotia"; by Colin S. Macdonald; Vol #32 (1959); pp. 30.
  • "John Homer, M.L.A., of Barrington"; by Miss Winifred G. Crowell; Vol. #32 (1959); pp. 24.
  • "The DeLancey Brothers, Loyalists of Annapolis County"; by Dr. R. S. Longley; Vol #32 (1959); pp. 24.
  • "The Southern Whale Fishery, 1775-1804"; by C. Bruce Fergusson; Vol. 32 (1959); pp. 46.
  • "Pre-Agricola John Young"; D. C. Harvey; Vol. 32 (1959); pp. 36.
  • "William Fitzwilliam Owen, Naval Surveyor"; by Dr. P. G. Cornell; Vol. #32 (1959); pp. 22.
  • "The Constitutional Controversy in Nova Scotia (1859-60)"; Harvey W. MacPhee; Vol. #32 (1959); pp. 30.

    NSHS, #33 (1961):
  • "Most Humble Servant, Edward How"; by George T. Bates; Vol #33 (1961); pp. 20.
  • "St.Paul's Church, Halifax, Revisited"; by C. E. Thomas; Vol. #33 (1961); pp. 36.
  • "The Origin and Function of the Court of Vice-Admiralty in Halifax, 1749-1759"; by D. G. L. Fraser; vol. 33 (1961); pp. 24.
  • "The Coming of the New England Planters to the Annapolis Valley"; Dr. R. S. Longley; vol. 33 (1961); pp. 22.
  • "A Pioneer Harris Family and the pre-Loyalist Settlement of Pictou"; by R. F. Harris; Vol #33 (1961); pp. 34.
  • A valuable eight page index appears this year at the back of Vol. #33 (1961) covering the first 32 vols of NSHS.

    NSHS, #34 (1963):
  • "The First Half Century of the Work of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Nova Scotia"; by C. E. Thomas; Vol #34 (1963); pp. 32.
  • "Indian Affairs in Nova Scotia, 1760-1834"; by Miss Elizabeth Ann Hutton; vol. 34 (1963); pp. 22.
  • "Assessment and Education in Nova Scotia"; by Miss Gene Morison; vol. 34 (1963); pp. 26.
  • "Mount Rundell, Stellarton, and Albion Railway of 1839"; by H. B. Jefferson; Vol #34 (1963); pp. 40.
  • "History of the Disciples of Christ in Halifax, Nova Scotia"; by Rev. R. E. Shaw; Vol #34 (1963); pp. 20.
  • "The Industries of Windsor, Nova Scotia, 1850-1900"; by Miss Gwendolyn V. Shand; Vol #34 (1963); pp. 27.

    NSHS, #35 (1966):
  • "Robert Stanser, 1760-1829"; by C. E. Thomas; Stanser, who graduated with a law degree from Cambridge, came to Halifax in 1791 to become the rector of St. Paul's; vol. 35 (1966); pp. 28.
  • "Adventures of H.M.S. Blonde in Nova Scotia. 1778-1782"; by Thomas H. Raddall; Vol #35 (1966); pp. 24.
  • "Administrative Relationships in the Church of England in Nova Scotia, 1787-1816"; by Judith Fingard; Vol #35 (1966); pp. 26.
  • "The Administration of Crown Lands in Nova Scotia, 1827-1848"; by Peter Burroughs; vol. 35 (1966); pp. 30.
  • "Ebenezer Church (College Hall), Halifax"; by E. Arthur Betts; Vol #35 (1966); pp. 18.
  • "Some Incidents in the Life of Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper"; by Frank H. Patterson; This is the son, or as Patterson labels him "Sir Hibbert"; Born in 1855, Sir Hibbert represented Pictou County at Ottawa and was a federal cabinet minister between 1888 and 1896; vol. 35 (1966); pp. 35.

    NSHS, #36 (1968):(HC)
  • "Adam George Archibald [1814-92]"; by C. Bruce Fergusson; Portrait at p. 4; Vol #36 (1968); pp. 56.
  • "Robert Barry Dickey [1811-1903]"; by George G. Patterson; Portrait at p. 60; Vol #36 (1968); pp. 6.
  • "P. S. Hamilton [1826-93] -- The Forgotten Confederation"; by W. B. Hamilton; Portrait at p. 66; Vol #36 (1968); pp. 30.
  • "William Alexander Henry [1818-88]"; by Phyllis Blakeley; Portrait at p. 96; Vol #36 (1968); pp. 46.
  • "Jonathan McCully [1809-77]"; by Phyllis Blakeley; Portrait at p. 142; Vol #36 (1968); pp. 40.
  • "John William Ritchie [1808-90]"; by C. St. Clair Stayner; Portrait at p. 182; (Interesting side note re: one of Ritchie's forbearer's who was involved in the American (privateer) attack on Annapolis Royal, 1781); vol. 36 (1968); pp. 96.
  • "Dr. Charles Tupper [1821-1915]"; by Donald H. Tait; Portrait at p. 278; vol. 36 (1968); pp. 24.
  • "Martin Isaac Wilkins [1808-90]"; by H. L. Scammell; Portrait at p. 302; Vol #36 (1968); pp. 25.
  • "The Federal Election of 1867 in Nova Scotia"; by Delphin A. Muise; Vol #36 (1968); pp. 24.

    NSHS, #37 (1970):(HC)
  • "Pre-Revolutionary Settlements in Nova Scotia" by C. Bruce Fergusson; Indians; vol. 37 (1970); pp. 18.
  • "Dean William Bullock"; by C. E. Thomas; Vol #37 (1970); pp. 16.
  • "Windsor, A Centre of Shipbuilding"; by Gwendolyn Vaughan Shand; Vol #37 (1970); pp. 28.
  • "Farm Life in Western Nova Scotia prior to 1850"; by J. Lynton Martin; Capt. Wm. Ross and the settlement (1816) of New Ross, Lunenburg, N.S.; vol. 37 (1970); pp. 18.
  • "Ambrose F. Church and His Maps"; by C. Bruce Fergusson; Vol #37 (1970); pp. 18.
  • "Fenian Times in Nova Scotia (1866)"; by James M. Cameron; Vol #37 (1970); pp. 50.
  • "The Family of Donald McKay -- The McKays and McPhersons"; by Marion Robertson; Shelburne County; Vol #37 (1970); pp. 57.

    NSHS, #38 (1973):
  • "Lack of a Concensus: New England's Attitude to Acadia, 1689-1713"; by Donald F. Chard; Vol #38 (1973); pp. 22.
  • "The Great Exodus of 1749"; by Geo Bates; The settlement of Halifax and those who did not stay; lists of ships and settlers; breakdown of occupations; vol. 38 (1973); pp. 36.
  • "The Work of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel, 1784 to 1886"; by C. E. Thomas; Vol #38 (1973); pp. 28.
  • "The Annapolis Road: Its Weakest Link; by Mrs. G. R. Evans; Vol #38 (1973); pp. 22.
  • "The Emigrants of St. Ann's"; Mr. Justice L. D. Currie ( -1969); This is the story, occurring during the middle of the 19th century, of the immigration of Scottish Cape Bretoners to New Zealand, a story more more fully developed by Gordon MacDonald in his small volume, The Highlander of Waipu (Dunedin: Coulls Somerville Wilkie, 1928); vol. 38 (1973); pp. 14.
  • "Disasters in the Pictou Collieries"; by James M. Cameron; Vol #38 (1973); pp. 47.

    NSHS, #39 (1977):
  • "Albion Mines, Pictou County, Nova Scotia"; by Edwin T. Bliss; Vol #39 (1977); pp. 18.
  • "The Maritime Visits (1812-15) of Joseph -- Octave Plessis, Bishop of Quebec"; by Prof. Cyril Byrne; Vol #39 (1977); pp. 26.
  • "Canso, 1710-1721: Focal Point of New England - Cape Breton Rivalry"; by Donald F. Chard; vol. 39 (1977); pp. 30.
  • "Nova Scotia, A Leader in World in World-Wide Communication"; by W. D. Fowlie; First couple of pages deal with early communications and may be useful when dealing with the Duke of Kent and the Expulsion of the Acadians; vol. 39 (1977); pp. 10.
  • "Lochaber: A Typical Rural Community"; by R. E. Inglis; Vol #39 (1977); pp. 18.
  • "Sketches of Two Chief Justices of Nova Scotia"; by R. E. Inglis; Vol #39 (1977); pp. 14.
  • "Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper"; by Frank H. Patterson; vol. 39 (1977); pp. 34. [For some reason the Society published this article twice, the first time was in vol. 35 (1966).]
  • "Rev. Duncan Black Blair (1815-93): Pioneer Preacher in Pictou County. Gaelic Scholar and Poet"; by Rev. D. M. Sinclair; Vol #39 (1977); pp. 14.
  • "Rev. William Tutty"; by C. E. Thomas; Vol #39 (1977); pp. 18.

    NSHS, #40 (1980):
  • "Howe and the B.N.A. Act: The Final Disillusionment of a Statesman of Empire"; by J. Murray Beck; Vol #40 (1980); pp. 24.
  • "The Steelmasters: Forrest MacKay (1834-1917), Graham Fraser (1846-1915), and Thomas Cantley (1857-1945)"; by J. M. Cameron; Vol #40 (1980); pp. 26.
  • "Rev. John Payzant: Henry Alline's Successor"; by Brian Cuthbertson; Vol #40 (1980); pp. 24.
  • "Along the Shores of Saint Mary's Bay"; by A. J. Deveau; Vol #40 (1980); pp. 22.
  • "Confines, Wards and Dungeons"; by R. E. Kroll; Early penal system; Vol #40 (1980); pp. 16.
  • "The Brothers Hind"; by G. F. G. Stanley & L. C. C. Stanley; Vol #40 (1980); pp. 25.
  • "The Electric Street Railway: Halifax's Symbol of Municipal Worth"; by R. D. Tennant; Vol #40 (1980); pp. 27.
  • "John Sparrow Thompson and Son: The Halifax Youth of a Prime Minister, 1845-67"; by P. B. Waite; Vol #40 (1980); pp. 32.
  • "Bibliography of the Works of C. Bruce Fergusson"; by Karen Smith; Vol. #40 (1980); pp. 10.

    NSHS, #41 (1982):
  • "Place, Politics and the Brandy Election of 1830"; by Brian Cuthbertson; vol. 41 (1982); pp. 16.
  • "William Charles M'Kinnon: Cape Breton's Sir Walter Scott"; by G. Davis; Vol #41 (1982); pp. 26.
  • "A House is not a Home -- Rev. Roger Aiken and the Struggle for a Lunenburg Rectory"; by Allan C. Dunlop; Lunenburg, c1820; Vol #41 (1982); pp. 18.
  • "Nova Scotia's Four Great Gold Rushes"; by John Hartlen; Vol #41 (1982); pp. 8.
  • "A History of Medicine in Nova Scotia, 1784-1854"; by Allan Marble; vol. 41 (1982); pp. 30.
  • "Small Town Dartmouth, 1936"; by Joan M. Payzant; Vol #41 (1982); pp. 16.
  • "Joe Howe and the Irish"; by Terrence M. Punch; Vol #41 (1982); pp. 22.
  • "The Strange Political Career of A. C. Hawkins Mayor of Halifax, 1918-19"; by Henry Roper; Vol #41 (1982); pp. 23.
  • "'At the mercy of the devouring element': The Equipment and Organization of the Halifax Fire Establishment, 1830-50"; by B. E. S. Rudachyk; Vol #41 (1982); pp. 20.

    NSHS, #42 (1986):
  • "Philip Cataret Hill [1821-94]: Political Misfit"; by J. Murray Beck; Vol #42 (1986); pp. 16.
  • "The Harlow Diaries: Farming in Nineteenth Century Nova Scotia"; by James Morrison; Vol #42 (1986); pp. 10.
  • "Cobequid Townships and the American Revolution"; by Mary Ellen Wright; vol. 42 (1986); pp. 14.
  • "Extracts from the Journals of Elizabeth Bryan Perot, Susan G. S. Wainwright, and Muriel Gray Wainwright"; by H. B. Wainwright; Vol #42 (1986); pp. 18.
  • "Yellow Fever in Halifax"; by Paul A. Erickson; vol. 42 (1986); pp. 12.
  • "Newspaper Competition in Halifax, 1875-1900"; by William March; Vol #42 (1986); pp. 10.
  • "George Patterson: A Pictou Historian"; by Allan C. Dunlop; Vol #42 (1986); pp. 12.
  • "The Russians were here"; by A. A. MacKenzie; Vol #42 (1986); pp. 6.
  • "Faithful Missionary: The Young Charles Inglis"; by Brian Cuthbertson; Vol #42 (1986); pp. 22.
  • "The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Halifax and the Colony of Bermuda, 1832-1953"; by Robert Bérard; Vol #42 (1986); pp. 18.
  • "The Lifelong Pilgrimage of George E. Wilson, Teacher and Historian"; by Henry Roper; Vol #42 (1986); pp. 14.
  • "The Career of Chief Justice Bryan Finucane"; by Barry Cahill; Vol #42 (1986); pp. 18.

    NSHS, #43 (1991):
  • "University Woman of the Great War Generation"; by Judith Fingard; Vol #43 (1991); pp. 20.
  • "James Cranswick Tory: The Premier Who Never Was"; by J. Murray Beck; Vol #43 (1991); pp. 12.
  • "Someone wants the Doctor: Maria L. Angwin, M.D. (1849-1898)"; by Lois K. Kernaghan; Vol #43 (1991); pp. 16.
  • "To Promote the Purity of Elections: The Conduct of Elections from Representative to Responsible Government"; by Brian Cuthbertson; Vol #43 (1991); pp. 24.
  • "Forty Years at the Public Archives of Nova Scotia"; by Phyllis R. Blakeley; Vol #43 (1991); pp. 16.
  • "Bishop John Cameron - Political Prelate"; by Raymond A. MacLean; Vol #43 (1991); pp. 12.
  • "A Man and His Lawyer: The Friendship of J.F.W. Desbarres and Richard Gibbons"; by Barry Cahill; vol. 43 (1991); pp. 26.
  • "Two Scandals in Academe"; by Henry Roper; Vol #43 (1991); pp. 20.
  • "The Duke's [Kent] Innovation: Early Communication Systems in Atlantic Canada 1794-1815"; by James H. Morrison; vol. 43 (1991); pp. 12.
  • "Genealogical Research in Nova Scotia, 1951-87"; by Allan Marble & Terrence M. Punch; Vol #43 (1991); pp. 16.

    NSHS, #44 (1996):
  • "Portia White's Spiritual Winter" by Jay White (Phyllis R. Blakeley Memorial Lecture); Vol #44 (1996); pp. 14.
  • "Elizabeth Murdoch Frame [1820-1904]: A Nova Scotia Historian" by Janet Guilford (Phyllis R. Blakeley Memorial Lecture); Vol #44 (1996); pp. 11.
  • "Simon Hugh Holmes [1831-1919] Revisited" by Allan C. Dunlop (Phyllis R. Blakeley Memorial Lecture); Vol #44 (1996); pp. 13.
  • "The Port Habitation - A "Politically Correct" Reconstruction by Barbara Schmeisser; Vol #44 (1996); pp. 7.
  • "Newspaper Attitudes as Reflected in Mactalla: Déjá Vu All Over Again" by Ray MacLean; Vol #44 (1996); pp. 8.
  • "Bondage and Freedom: Apprentices, Servants and Slaves in Colonial Nova Scotia" by Allen Robertson; Vol #44 (1996); pp. 13.
  • "William Hall, V.C. of Horton Bluff, Nova Scotia Nineteenth-Century Naval Hero" by David W. States; William Hall [1829-1904] was the first black person in the British Empire to win a Victoria Cross medal; Vol #44 (1996); pp. 11.
  • "Mercenaries or Killer Angels? Nova Scotia in the American Civil War by Greg Marquis; Vol #44 (1996); pp. 12.
  • "Crime and Society in Halifax, 1918-1935" by Michael Boudreau; Vol #44 (1996); pp. 9.
  • "The Great Amherst Mystery: Linking Folk Belief and Female Experience" by Diane Tye; Vol #44 (1996); pp. 15.
  • "Voyages to North America Before John Cabot: Separating Fact from Fiction" by Brian Cuthbertson; Vol #44 (1996); pp. 24.
  • "Halifax and the Garrison Theatrical Tradition" by Patrick O'Neil; Vol #44 (1996); pp. 20.
  • "The Trelawney Maroons and Sir John Wentworth: The Struggle to Maintain Their Culture 1796-1800" by Lennox O'Riley Picart; Vol #44 (1996); pp. 23.
  • "A Forerunner of J.B. McLachlan? - Sedition, Libel and Manipulating the Myth of Howe" by Barry Cahill; Vol #44 (1996); pp. 11.

    NSHS, Journal #1 (1998):
  • "Marconi's Three Transatlantic Radio Stations in Cape Breton" by Henry M. Bradford; NSHS, Journal #1 (1998); pp. 15.
  • "John Cabot and His Historians: Five Hundred Years of Controversy" by Brian Cuthbertson; NSHS, Journal #1 (1998); pp. 20.
  • "'A Worrisome Time' Life in the Maritimes During World War II" by Helen Jean M. Nugent; NSHS, Journal #1 (1998); pp. 11.
  • "'Come East, Young Man' The Politics of Rural Depopulation in Nova Scotia, 1900-1925" by Paul Brown; NSHS, Journal #1 (1998); pp. 32.
  • "A Historiography of Private Sea War in Nova Scotia" by Dan Conlin; privateers; NSHS, Journal #1 (1998); pp. 14.
  • "A Prince, The Governor, and Mr. Mayor: Halifax and the Politics of Prestige in 1841" by David Sutherland; NSHS, Journal #1 (1998); pp. 11.
  • "The Perils of Dalhousie History and Analogous Ventures" by P.B. Waite; NSHS, Journal #1 (1998); pp. 11.
  • "A Slice of Golfing History: The Development of Golf in Nova Scotia, 1895-1945" by Allan Dunlop; NSHS, Journal #1 (1998); pp. 15.
  • "'To the Relief of Malignant Diseases of the Poor': The Acquisition of Radium for Halifax, 1916-1926" by Charles R.R. Hayter; NSHS, Journal #1 (1998); pp. 14.
  • "Three Archibishops and A Cardinal: His Eminence James C. McGuigan And the Prelates of Halifax, 1931-1964" by Peter McGuigan; NSHS, Journal #1 (1998); pp. 6.
  • "Bringing 'Salvation' to the 'Heathen': Forty-Year Sojourn in the South Pacific of the Reverend Joseph Annand in the New Hebrides" by Arthur M. Smith; NSHS, Journal #1 (1998); pp. 21.
  • Genealogy: The Descendants of Michael Donovan (1770-1998) Gail Judge; NSHS, Journal #1 (1998); pp. 8.

    NSHS, Journal #2 (1999):
  • "But Such is Life": Growing up in Nova Scotia in the Interwar Years by Margaret Conrad; NSHS, Journal #2 (1999); pp. 26.
  • Alderman Thomas Spence: The Dick Whittington of Halifax by Janet Guildford; NSHS, Journal #2 (1999); pp. 13.
  • The Aborted British Invasion: The Case of the Swan Hunter Shipbuilders, 1899-1914 by James D. Frost; NSHS, Journal #2 (1999); pp. 12.
  • A Hot Southern Town: Confederate Sympathizers in Halifax during the American Civil War by Francis I.W. Jones; NSHS, Journal #2 (1999); pp. 18.
  • History of the Grand Parade and Halifax City Hall by Brian Cuthbertson; NSHS, Journal #2 (1999); pp. 24.
  • The Bishop, the President and the Professor: Turmoil at the University of King's College in the 1880s by Henry Roper; NSHS, Journal #2 (1999); pp. 24.
  • The Culture of Work: In the Halifax Naval Yard before 1820 by Julian Gwyn; NSHS, Journal #2 (1999); pp. 27.
  • Rescue and Reward: Corporal George Liston's Heroism on the Halifax Waterfront by Judith Fingard; NSHS, Journal #2 (1999); pp. 10.
  • City Upon a Hill: Architecture and Identity in Colonial Halifax by Allen R. Robertson; NSHS, Journal #2 (1999); pp. 12.
  • "To Consummate that Great Desideratum - A General Hospital" by Allan Marble; NSHS, Journal #2 (1999); pp. 36.
  • A Slave Ship Made Captive: The Schooner Severn by Dan Conlin; NSHS, Journal #2 (1999); pp. 10.
  • A Genealogy: The Almons of Halifax and Their Descendants by Heather Long; NSHS, Journal #2 (1999); pp. 30.

    NSHS, Journal #3 (2000):
  • "The North End City Mission: Building Use In The Old North End" by Judith Fingard; NSHS, Journal #3 (2000); pp. 21.
  • "Birth Of A Lawyer: James Mcgregor Stewart And The Halifax Bar On The Eve Of The Great War" by Barry Cahill; NSHS, Journal #3 (2000); pp. 11.
  • "Halifax's New South End, The North West Arm Land Company And A Parkland Legacy" by Janet E. Chute; NSHS, Journal #3 (2000); pp. 21.
  • "They Must Cultivate The Land: Abraham Gesner As Indian Commissioner, 1847-1853" by Elizabeth Haigh; NSHS, Journal #3 (2000); pp. 18.
  • "Nova Scotia's Response To The Crystal Palace: The Provincial Industrial Exhibition Of 1854" by David A. Sutherland; NSHS, Journal #3 (2000); pp. 13.
  • "Building A School Of Nursing With Rockefeller Money: Three Nova Scotians At The University Of Toronto" by John Farley; NSHS, Journal #3 (2000); pp. 20.
  • "'Hörte Ich Dass...': Travels Of A Rhinelander In Nova Scotia In 1807" by Terrence M. Punch; NSHS, Journal #3 (2000); pp. 19.
  • "Translation Of 'Hörte Ich Dass...'" by Terrence M. Punch; NSHS, Journal #3 (2000); pp. 10.
  • Yorkshire Settlement Beyond Chignecto by William B. Hamilton; NSHS, Journal #3 (2000); pp. 19.
  • "Eugene Meuse's Carding Bee: Portrait Of An Acadian Village" by Susan Young; NSHS, Journal #3 (2000); pp. 22.
  • "Reverend William James Clarke: Chignecto Covenanter Castaway" by Eldon Hay; NSHS, Journal #3 (2000); pp. 17.
  • "The Pedigree Of The Blind Piper Gairloch" by John G. Gibson; NSHS, Journal #3 (2000); pp. 10.
  • "The Almons Of Halemw And Their Descendants" by Heather Long; NSHS, Journal #3 (2000); pp. 15.

    NSHS, Journal #4 (2001):
  • "Camp Avon At King's College: Henrietta Russell's Visit to Nova Scotia in 1893" by Henry Roper; NSHS, Journal #4 (2001); pp. 24.
  • "Robert Fitzgerald and Elizabeth Uniacke at St George's Church: Evangelical Fervour and Good Works" by Brian Cuthbertson; NSHS, Journal #4 (2001); pp. 23.
  • "'I Will Not Pin My Faith To His Sleeve' Beamish Murdock, Joseph Howe, and Responsible Government Revisited" by Philip Girard; NSHS, Journal #4 (2001); pp. 22.
  • "From Intimacy To Detachment: The History of Relations Between St. Francis Xavier University and the Diocese of Antigonish to 1970" by James D. Cameron; NSHS, Journal #4 (2001); pp. 14.
  • "Frederick William Wallace: The Making of an Iron Man" by M. Brook Taylor; NSHS, Journal #4 (2001); pp. 24.
  • "Public Health in Industrial Cape Breton, 1900-1930s" by Peter L. Twohig; NSHS, Journal #4 (2001); pp. 24.
  • "Louisbourg And Versailles" by Joy Varkey; NSHS, Journal #4 (2001); pp. 20.
  • "Mathieu Da Costa along the Coasts of Nova Scotia: Some Possibilities" by John Johnston; NSHS, Journal #4 (2001); pp. 13.

    NSHS, Journal #5 (2002):
  • "Art, Fiction and Adventure: The Jones Sisters of Halifax" by Gwendolyn Davies; NSHS, Journal #5 (2002); pp. 22.
  • "A Tale of Two Preachers: Henry Hartley, Francis Robinson and the Black Churches of the Maritimes" by Judith Fingard; NSHS, Journal #5 (2002); pp. 22.
  • "The Halifax Diphtheria Epidemic (1940 to 1944): The Disaster Waiting to Happen or a Blessing in Disguise?" by John Farley; NSHS, Journal #5 (2002); pp. .
  • "The Inquiry into the Halifax Explosion of December 6, 1917: The Legal Aspects" by Janet F. Kitz; NSHS, Journal #5 (2002); pp. 14.
  • "Abraham Gesner, the 10th Earl of Dundonald and Kerosene" by Elizabeth Haigh; NSHS, Journal #5 (2002); pp. 14.
  • "Violence, Sex and Politics in mid-Victorian Halifax: The Winchester Affair of 1853" by David A. Sutherland; NSHS, Journal #5 (2002); pp. 11.
  • "The Nova Scotian Historian: A Creature of Paradox" by John G. Reid; NSHS, Journal #5 (2002); pp. 15.
  • "The Rockefellers, the Cape Breton Island Public Health Unit and Public Health in Nova Scotia" by Peter L. Twohig; NSHS, Journal #5 (2002); pp. 21.
  • "The Collection of Vital Statistics in Nova Scotia, 1864-1908" by Allan C. Dunlop; NSHS, Journal #5 (2002); pp. 18.
  • "Policy Regarding Genealogical Articles"; NSHS, Journal #5 (2002); pp. 1.
  • "A Genealogy: George Frédéric Bailly" by Terrence M. Punch; NSHS, Journal #5 (2002); pp. 18.

    NSHS, Journal #6 (2003):
  • Provincial Social Policy During the Stanfield Era, by Jennifer Smith; NSHS, Journal #6 (2003); pp. 16.
  • Heaven is Herds and Crops: The Life and Career of Malcolm MacLeod, Regional Farm Editor, 1878-1935, by Malcolm MacLeod and Cameron MacLeod Gibson; NSHS, Journal #6 (2003); pp. 22.
  • Melville Island Prison During the War of 1812, by Brian Cuthbertson; NSHS, Journal #6 (2003); pp. 24.
  • William Eagar, Artist and Gentleman, by Mora Dianne O'Neill; NSHS, Journal #6 (2003); pp. 27.
  • Black Refugee Communities in Early Nineteenth Century Nova Scotia, by Harvey Amani Whitfield; NSHS, Journal #6 (2003); pp. 17.
  • "The Destruction of the Efficiency of the Hospital Through Jobbery and Malfeasance:" The provincial and City Hospital Dispute, 1884-1887, by Allan E. Marble; NSHS, Journal #6 (2003); pp. 19.
  • The Story of Studley, by Joan Payzant; NSHS, Journal #6 (2003); pp. 13.
  • "A Vista of Infinite Development:" Surveying Nova Scotia's Early Tourism Industry, by Jay White; NSHS, Journal #6 (2003); pp. 25.
  • Policy Regarding Genealogical Articles, by Terrence M. Punch; NSHS, Journal #6 (2003); p. 1.
  • A Genealogy: Introduction, by Terrence M. Punch; NSHS, Journal #6 (2003); p. 1.
  • The Meisner Family of Glauberg, Stolberg-Gedern, and Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, 1650-1810, by Kenneth S. Paulsen; NSHS, Journal #6 (2003); pp. 29.

    NSHS, Journal #7 (2004):
  • Early Libraries In Halifax, by Karen Smith; NSHS, Journal #7 (2004); pp. 15.
  • From Frontier To Borderland: The Acadian Community In A Comparative Context, 1605-17I0, by David R. Jones; NSHS, Journal #7 (2004); pp. 23.
  • "A Slave To Business All My Life:" Joshua Mauger, C. 1712-1788: The Man And The Myth, by Julian Gwyn; NSHS, Journal #7 (2004); pp. 25.
  • The "People's Daily Paper:" The Glace Bay Gazette Under Umwa Ownership, by Michael Earle; NSHS, Journal #7 (2004); pp. 19.
  • Fortress, Seaport, Community: The Three Faces Of I8Th Century Louisbourg, by A.J.B. (John) Johnston; NSHS, Journal #7 (2004); pp. 20.
  • African And New World African Immigration To Mainland Nova Scotia, 1749-18, by Harvey Amani Whitfield; NSHS, Journal #7 (2004); pp. 10.
  • "Even If I Cannot Finish...:" Winthrop Bell And His Register, by Terrence M. Punch; NSHS, Journal #7 (2004); pp. 28.
  • Desbarres' Reliance On Holland's "Plan Of The Island Of Cape Britain" And The Beaton Institute's Chart, by William Davey; NSHS, Journal #7 (2004); pp. 19.
  • Father Huber Girroir (1825-1884), One Of The Two "Human Milestones" In The Revival Of Acadian Society In 19th Century Nova Scotia, by William Dawson Gerrior; NSHS, Journal #7 (2004); pp. 21. I should NOTE, Gerrior sets out the genealogy of the Gerrior family, beginning with François Girouard who apparently came with that founding group from La Chaussée, Vienne, and who first settled at Port Royal; then down through the generations to Father Girroir, the subject of this article.

    NSHS, Journal #8 (2005):
  • From Eliza Frame to Phyllis Blakeley: Women and the Nova Scotia Historical Society, by Judith Fingard; NSHS, Journal #8 (2005); pp. 16.
  • The Women of the St. John Ambulance Brigade: Volunteer Nursing Auxiliaries in War-time and Post-war Halifax, by Frances Gregor; NSHS, Journal #8 (2005); pp. 17.
  • Halifax: The Wharf of the Dominion, 1867-2004, by James D. Frost; NSHS, Journal #8 (2005); pp. 35.
  • The Starr Manufacturing Company: Skate Exporter to the World, by Brian Cuthbertson; NSHS, Journal #8 (2005); pp. 26.
  • Celebrating the Joseph Howe Centennial in 1904: an Exercise in Selective Recall, by David A. Sutherland; NSHS, Journal #8 (2005); pp. 15.
  • Samuel Cunard 1787-1865: "As Fine A Specimen of a Self-made Man as This Western Continent Can Boast Of, by John G Langley; NSHS, Journal #8 (2005); pp. 23.
  • The University Contribution to Canadian Multiculturalism: A Case Study of St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, by John D. Cameron; NSHS, Journal #8 (2005); pp. 12.
  • Policy Regarding Genealogical Articles; NSHS, Journal #8 (2005); p. 1.
  • A Genealogy: Introduction, by Terrence M. Punch; NSHS, Journal #8 (2005); p. 1.
  • The parentage and Progeny of David Archibald, Esquire, of Truro, Nova Scotia, by Allan E. Marble; NSHS, Journal #8 (2005); pp. 15.

    NSHS, Journal #9 (2006):
    § An American in Halifax: Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue and the Design and Construction of All Saints Cathedral, by William Naftel; NSHS, Journal #8 (2006); pp. 32.
    § The Edward Ross Diaries, by Deborah Trask; NSHS, Journal #8 (2006); pp. 21.
    § Nova Scotia in the 19th Century as Depicted in the The Master by Israel Zangwill, by Lilian Falk and Sandra Barry; NSHS, Journal #8 (2006); pp. 21.
    § The Rev. Dr.
    Andrew Brown: Nova Scotia's Elusive Historian, by Sara Beanlands; NSHS, Journal #8 (2006); pp. 25.
    § The Halifax Protestant Orphans' Home: Triumphs and Tragedies in the Life of A Victorian Institution, 1857-1970, by Donald Chard; NSHS, Journal #8 (2006); pp. 15.
    § Missions to the Mi'kmaq: Malagawatch and Chapel Island in the 18th Century, by B.A. Balcom and A.J.B. Johnston; NSHS, Journal #8 (2006); pp. 26.
    § The University Contribution to Canadian Multiculturalism: A Case Study of St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia: Correction and Addendum, by James D. Cameron; NSHS, Journal #8 (2006); pp. 5.
    § Genealogy of the States Family of Kings, Cumberland and Hants Counties, Nova Scotia, by David W. States; NSHS, Journal #8 (2006); pp. 15.

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