Nova Scotia Archives

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    Nova Scotia Archives, 6016 University Ave. Halifax, Nova Scotia
    Your best destination for information about "the most comprehensive collection of Nova Scotia historical evidence anywhere."
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    Sable Island
    Transcribe is the Nova Scotia Archives’ collaborative online workspace where the public can participate in enhancing access to our collections documenting over 300 years of Nova Scotia history, people, and culture.
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    Le Courrier de la Nouvelle-Écosse (1937-2002)
    Online access to the first 66 years of Nova Scotia’s weekly French-language newspaper – 68,352 pages. Explore everyday life, significant events, and Acadians in the larger world.
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    Fort Edward
    Isaac Deschamps was born circa 1722, presumably of Swiss descent, and arrived in Halifax, N.S. in 1749. He was employed by Joshua Mauger and in 1754 he ran Maugher's truckhouse at Pisiquid (Windsor) where he traded with local Acadians and First Nations.
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    Trouver des ressources en ligne
    Les Archives de la Nouvelle-Écosse participent au programme Bonjour! Un nombre croissant de produits sur notre site Web sont également offerts dans les deux langues officielles aux visiteurs.

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Please note a delayed opening at 10:30 am on the first Thursday of each month


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Location

Nova Scotia Archives
6016 University Avenue
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3H 1W4

Contact Us
tel: 902-424-6060      fax: 902-424-0628
archives@novascotia.ca

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