Items selected and digitized from the Nova Scotia Archives Library.
By T. Watson Smith, D.D. Published 1899 in Collections of the Nova Scotia Historical Society, Vol. X.
Publication No. 8
Prepared by C.B. Fergusson, Assistant Archivist, Under the Direction of D.C. Harvey, Archivist, Halifax, NS. The Public Archives of Nova Scotia, 1948.
by C.R. Brookbank. Masters Thesis, University of Toronto, July 1949.
Communities surveyed: Africville, Halifax, Cherrybrook, Lucasville, Preston, New Road, Upper Hammonds Plains.
Rev. W.P. Oliver, Field Representative,
Adult Education Division, Department of Education, Nova Scotia, March 1964.
Edited with an introduction, notes and index by Charles Bruce Fergusson, Archivist of Nova Scotia, Halifax : Public Archives of Nova Scotia, 1971.
The Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission, 1973. Nova Scotia Archives Library F 5033 N3 N93
The Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission, 1973. Nova Scotia Archives Library V/F volume 149 number 27
The Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission, 1974. Nova Scotia Archives Library HT 421 N935
Nova Scotia Executive Council Officials' Committee on Black Communities, April 1985. Nova Scotia Archives Library HN 1100 N935 B631
Nova Scotia's first African Canadian newsmagazine. Its publishers, Wilfred A. DeCosta, Miriam A. DeCosta and Dr. Clement Courtenay Ligoure, incorporated as The Atlantic Advocate Association Ltd. on 8 June 1916. Only four issues have survived — the first, for April 1915 and three others, namely January, April and May 1917.
Started as a single undated sheet by Carrie Best in 1946 with an intent to publish every two weeks The Clarion was centered on life around Second Baptist Church in New Glasgow with sections on "Our church", "Our homes" and "Our community". The Clarion was relaunched in December, 1946 as a multi-paged tabloid sized publication featuring the story of Viola Desmond's arrest in New Glasgow's Roseland Theatre.
Publication of the Black United Front of Nova Scotia, Halifax.
August 1970 to November 1976.
By Paul Dorrinton, Ivan Wright, Terry DeLeon. March 1983. Nova Scotia Archives Library F5221 B613 R216
Published by the Black United Front of Nova Scotia, Halifax. December 1986 to April 1988.
Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall Jr. Prosecution Reports:
Dr. Wilson Head, formerly of the Faculty of Social Work, Atkinson College, York University, Toronto; President, Federation of Race Relations Organizations, Toronto and Professor Don Clairmont, Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology, Dalhousie University, Halifax — Prepared for the Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall, Jr., Prosecution February 1989. Appendices
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