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Harry Piers: Museum Maker


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''Indian Stone Implements, &c.''

Date Accessioned: October 1900

Reference: Harry Piers number 78  Nova Scotia Museum Archaeology Collection  


''Limestone (Lower Carboniferous) with fossil Brachiopods''

Date Accessioned: 21 June 1901

Reference: Harry Piers number 309  Nova Scotia Museum Geology Collection  Natural History Museum 901.G.6.17


''Sigillaria (Part of stem)''

Date Accessioned: September 1901

Reference: Harry Piers number 601  Nova Scotia Museum Geology Collection  


''Quartz carrying Galenite & Chalcopyrite (& some Pyrite)''

Date Accessioned: 25 September 1902

Reference: Harry Piers number 1027  Nova Scotia Museum Geology Collection  


''Myotis lucifugus (LeConte), Little Brown Bat''

Date Accessioned: 19 June 1904

Reference: Harry Piers number 2397  Nova Scotia Museum Zoology Collection  


''Gold Medal, for Nova Scotian Fruit''

Date Accessioned: 14 July 1905

Reference: Harry Piers number 2884  Nova Scotia Museum Collection  


Economic Plants Seed Collection

Date Accessioned: 16 October 1906

Reference: Harry Piers number 3058  Nova Scotia Museum Botany Collection  


''Native Copper''

Date Accessioned: 17 July 1908

Reference: Harry Piers number 3250  Nova Scotia Museum Geology Collection  


''Photographs of Medallion (of cast brass, gilded) presented to Chief James Paul of Micmac Indians, by the Pope''

Date Accessioned: 29 October 1908

Reference: Harry Piers number 3287  Nova Scotia Museum Ethnology Collection  


''Ambergris''

Date Accessioned: 19 March 1912

Reference: Harry Piers number 3772  Nova Scotia Museum Zoology Collection  


''Alder stick (Alnus incana?)''

Date Accessioned: 3 June 1909

Reference: Harry Piers number 3373  Nova Scotia Museum Botany Collection  


"Photograph of dead Woodland Caribou", 23 September 1912

Date Accessioned: 17 February 1913

Reference: Harry Piers number 3979  Nova Scotia Archives Photograph Collection  Sports: Caribou Hunting


''Paragorgia arborea (Linn.). (Red phase)''

Date Accessioned: 30 December 1913

Reference: Harry Piers number 4096  Nova Scotia Museum Zoology Collection  


''Greenish-stained wood of Yellow Birch (Betula lutea, Michx.)''

Date Accessioned: 14 June 1906

Reference: Harry Piers number 4162  Nova Scotia Museum Botany Collection  


''Borings of Limnoria lignorum (Rathke), the ''Gribble,'' and of Toredo navalis, Linn., the ''Ship-worm''''

Date Accessioned: 3 September 1914

Reference: Harry Piers number 4229  Nova Scotia Museum Zoology Collections  


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