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  • Titanic Remembered

    $16.95, Digital (PDF)
  • The Haligonians

    Nothing illustrates the dynamic history of the towns that make up Halifax Regional Municipality better than the lives of the men and women who have called it home. The behind-the-scenes history of Halifax, Dartmouth and Bedford comes to life in this collection of insightful stories.

    $14.95, Paperback
  • The Prince and His Lady

    The story of Canada's 18th century royal romance - the Duke of Kent and his true love and the destiny that tore them apart, but left the city of Halifax with several fine architectural monuments.

    $22.95, Paperback
  • Halifax's Northwest Arm

    Authors Michele Raymond and Heather Watts revisit the history of the Northwest Arm from the Victorian era, exploring its industrial and recreational importance in this lavishly illustrated book.

    $29.95, Hardcover
  • Heritage Houses of Nova Scotia

     Best published book of the year!

    This is the first full-colour book on Nova Scotia's heritage homes. It features beautiful buildings from across the province. Heritage Houses of Nova Scotia explores eastern Canada's rich cultural heritage.

    $35.00, Paperback
  • Halifax: The First 250 Years

    Three distinguished authors tell the story of Halifax, from its beginnings as a British settlement to counter the French establishment at Louisbourg, to its present-day status as one of Canada's most appealing cities.

    $39.95, Paperback
  • The Sinclair Saga

    In this book Mark Finnan takes us on a voyage of discovery, exploring the facts and legends that surround Scotland's Prince Henry Sinclair and his possible voyage to Nova Scotia and New England in 1398.

    $19.95, Paperback
  • Kings Landing

    At Kings Landing Historical Settlement, the nineteenth century comes to life: all the sights and sounds of New Brunswick's Loyalist past are here for visitors to experience.

    $14.95, Paperback
  • The First Nova Scotian

    The First Nova Scotian tells the story of William Alexander and the Charlesfort settlement, offering intriguing speculations about the role Nova Scotia played in early-seventeenth century European affairs.

    $27.95, Paperback
  • Johnny Bluenose at the Polls

    In Johnny Bluenose at the Polls, first published in 1994, historian Brian Cuthbertson describes some of Nova Scotia's grittiest and hardest-fought election campaigns.
    $9.99, Paperback
  • No Place Like Home

    No Place Like Home offers immediate, intimate reflections on the remarkable range of experiences enjoyed--and suffered--by Nova Scotia women.

    $19.95, Paperback
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