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A memoir of one of Canada's most influential pediatricians, a compelling personality whose interests and activities have extended far beyond medicine into community development, theatre and symphonic music.$16.95, Digital (PDF)Anyone who's enjoyed hearing stories about Halifax's colourful past will want to dive into this fun and fascinating collection of stories and photographs!$16.95, PaperbackThe best of Dianne Marshall on CBC Radio's Information Morning$24.95, PaperbackHalifax offers 250 years of history to discover: this book introduces the city's rich past with remarkable colour photography.$19.95, PaperbackTrois bâtiments patrimoniaux connus les édifices législatifs des trois provinces Maritimes , de belles photographies couleur, et un texte dont les contextes architectural et historique se complètent.$24.95, PaperbackAfricville Genealogical Society, Donald Clairmont, Stephen Kimber, Bridglal Pachai, Charles SaundersThe Spirit of Africville is a multi-faceted account of a proud African Nova Scotian community, and of the systematic neglect, ignorance and arrogance that led to its demolition.$29.95, PaperbackAn award-winning, classic book exploring the island's history and its natural features, available again with stunning new colour photography.$14.95, PaperbackA fascinating account of the famous Captain James Cook and the formative years he spent learning navigation, map-making and naval command during turbulent years in Atlantic Canada$29.95, Hardcover
The first book on the little known story of Melville Prison and Deadman's Island.$24.95, Paperback
A stunning visual account of Canada at war, focusing on the city where everyone -- children, civilians and military personnel -- was part of the effort to defeat Nazi Germany.
A history of Halifax's extraordinary role in the Second World War.$24.95, PaperbackA warm and inviting picture-album look at the life and work of Mabel and Alexander Graham Bell during their years in Nova Scotia.$19.95, Paperback
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
Author John Boileau explores the involvement of Nova Scotia in the War of 1812 and the provinces' spoils, and casualties, of the war.$22.95, PaperbackThis book offers a definitive account of the Halifax explosion and its aftermath, and the most extensive collection of images - many in colour - available in print.$24.95, PaperbackSince it was first published in 1979, this genealogical study has been useful to many thousands of descendants who have traced their roots to Cape Breton immigration in the early nineteenth century.$19.95, Paperback
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
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, PaperbackIllustrated with dozens of full-colour photographs and historical visuals, Lunenburg: Then and Now is an exciting tour of one of Canada's most distinctive and fascinating towns.$19.95, PaperbackScroll to Top