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Halifax 1749 - 1949

Fraser, Alexander Louis

Halifax 1749 - 1949

by Fraser, Alexander Louis

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Published by s.n. in [Halifax .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Alexander Louis Fraser.
The Physical Object
Pagination16 p.
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21590732M

VIRGINIA SOURCE BOOK -- SNODGRASS FAMILY [Note: The research for this source book was done by Charlou Dolan, Rena Mills, and Charlotte Baker. - NS ===== DICKENSON COUNTY () CENSUS RECORDS * census transcription -- NS *Plea Book 1, Halifax Co., VA, (Chiarito) NS HISTORY. Title: Halifax as an International Strategic Factor, Author: C. P. Stacey Created Date: 4/29/ PM.

Halifax Public Libraries (HPL) is a Canadian public library system serving residents of Halifax, Nova is the largest public library system in Nova Scotia, [3] with over million visits to library branches and , active registered borrowers or 44% of the municipality's population. [4] With roots that trace back to the establishment of the Citizens' Free Library in , [5. Ves try Book of E lizabeth River Parish, Wingo, Elizabeth B. Marr iage s of Norfolk County, Virginia. Norfolk: — Contains Vol ij , Vc'. 2, ,

  MOWAT (A. S.) comp., years of art in Halifax: an cxhibition prepared in honour of the bicentenary of the fou~ding of the city of Halifax, N.S. (Halifax, the compiler, Dalhousie University, , 56 pp., ill.). Shattered City: The Halifax Explosion and the Road to Recovery by Janet F. Kitz (4 times) Halifax Explosion by Graham Metson (3 times) Too Many to Mourn by James Mahar (3 times) Burden of Desire (Harvest Book) by Robert MacNeil (3 times) Miracles and mysteries: the Halifax explosion December 6, by Mary Ann Monnon (2 times).


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Genre/Form: Church history History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Harris, Reginald V. (Reginald Vanderbilt), Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Grenke, Arthur Archival Sources for the Study of German Language Groups in Canada Ottawa, National Archives of Canada, Haliburton, Gordon McKay The Tattrie Family of River John, Nova Scotia Wolfville, Harris, Reginald V.

The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia: Toronto, Ryerson Press, Hartling, Philip L. The Georgian style of architecture is very common in early Halifax buildings.

The style’s name is derived from the period it was most popular, during the reigns of Kings George I, George II, George III and George IV – roughly the period between and Halifax, officially known as the Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM), is the capital of the Canadian province of Nova had a population ofinwithin the urban area centred on Halifax Harbour.

The regional municipality consists of four former municipalities that were amalgamated in Halifax, Dartmouth, Bedford, and Halifax ce: Nova Scotia.

1, Pt. 5, Ch. - "The Founding of Halifax" (). 1, Pt. 5, Ch. - "The Return of Louisbourg" (). EARLY IN THE YEAR, § La Galissonniere, at Quebec, sends Bienville to the valley of the Ohio and Boishebert to Acadia in order to properly stake the corners of France's claims to North America.

APRIL, ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: 96 pages: illustrations ; 21 cm: Contents: Frontier to rural Nova Scotia, the birth of a housing tradition --The vocabulary of Nova Scotia working class architecture --Housing for the working classes of Halifax, --Company houses, Company towns --Housing movements and the working class.

Ships' Passenger Lists, List of Emigrants Halifax 1749 - 1949 book Nova Scotia. Contributor: Bill Tufts Source: Colonial OfficeN.S., A Series, MG11, List of EmigrantsVol. 44, p. 15, Reel C, National Archives of Canada.

Note: Entries on this list appeared as "date of entry" on Ma (i.e. new style). As Haligonians prepared to celebrate the th anniversary of the city's founding, Dr. Allan R. Morton, the Commissioner of Public Health and Welfare, wrote in The Official Bicentennial Guide Book that.

Halifax is adequately supplied with Hospital and Health facilities. Dalhousie University, with the only medical school in the three Maritime Provinces, is situated here, and a. Halifax is a surprising place to find one of the most distinguished bookshops in the kingdom.

In the mid-eighteenth century it was a growing centre of the cloth trade, and in “The population of the Town is estimated atand in the Parish which is very extensive, there may be 30, five and twenty of which may be occupied in the Woollen Manufactories.”¹ Halifax was among.

The Founding of Halifax: And, so it was, Chebucto was chosen, the very same place at which D'Anville and his men came to so much grief (See, " The d'Anville Armada ").

Having left England May 13th, the lead ship, a fast sloop of war, the Sphinx (20 guns) came into view off the coast of Nova Scotia on the 14th of June, (OS). In publishing Halifax and Its People /the staff of Nova Scotia Archives have sought to commemorate, on this our city's th anniversary, the ordinary lives of past generations of Haligonians, via a fascinating series of some images selected from the institution's large photographic holdings.

We are privileged to be able to. Halifax (/ ˈ h æ l ɪ f æ k s /) is a minster town in the Metropolitan Borough of Calderdale in West Yorkshire, ically in the West Riding of Yorkshire, the town has been a centre of woollen manufacture from the 15th century onward, originally dealing through the Piece x is known for Mackintosh's chocolate and toffee products including Rolo and.

The Canadian Church Congress and other proceedings at Halifax, Windsor and Annapolis Royal, N.S., in connection with the Bicentenary Commemoration of the Church of England in Canada, Published: () Year book church directory and historical records of St. Paul's Church, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

P.O. Box Halifax, Nova Scotia. B3J 3A5 Canada. Attachment 1. Heritage Advisory Committee Book Pg Mary E. Burke Octo Clerk with the Book Pg E. Ross Maxwell, Sydney F. (Viola) Maxwell (Heirs of Edward Maxwell) Decem Bachelor (E. Maxwell) and Mechanic (S. Maxwell. Dartmouth founded inis a Metropolitan Area and former city in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.

Dartmouth and the neighbouring metropolitan area of Halifax form the urban core of the Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM). Both cities, along with the town of Bedford and the Municipality of the County of Halifax were dissolved on April 1, when they were.

The Church of Saint Paul in Halifax, Nova Scotia, by Harris, Reginald V. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Garrison Chapel, Halifax, Nova Scotia ( to ) Topic: Halifax.

The image above, from a postcard with a postmark shows the Garrison Chapel in Halifax, Nova Scotia, which was used by the British garrison troops between and The Evolution of.

History. Paul's Church was founded in (the same year as the Halifax colony). The construction was begun in and is based on the ground plan of Gibbs' Marybone Chapel (later St.

Peter's, Vere Street) in London, with later additions such as a larger tower. The Reverend William Tutty (–) opened the church on September 2, manship: Low church. A View of Halifax by D.C. Harvey Vital statistics from Halifax newspapers, by Jean M.

Holder Vital statistics from Halifax newspapers, by Jean M. Holder. P.O. Box Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 3A5 Canada Item No. (ii) Halifax Regional Council August 2, " Additionally, a number of items symbolic of the era are visible within the Library as well was registered in in Grant Book #5.

P.O. Box Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 3A5 Canada Item No. Halifax Regional Council Septem TO: Mayor Savage and Members of Halifax Regional Council SUBMITTED BY: Richard Butts, Chief Administrative Officer Jane Fraser, Acting Deputy Chief Administrative Officer DATE: Aug St. Paul’s Church is one of the oldest buildings in Halifax, and is the oldest existing Protestant (Anglican) church in Canada.

Founded by proclamation of King George II inthe building was erected in the summer of based on architectural plans of James Gibb’s Marybone Chapel (now known as St. Peter’s) in London, England.To locate the FHC nearest you, check your telephone book's "yellow pages" under "Churches, Latter Day Saints" for a listing, in North America, telephone Locations can also found at the LDS website.