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Author Name:    MacKINNON, Ian F.

Title:   Settlements and Churches in Nova Scotia 1749 - 1776.

Publisher:    Halifax, 1930, 

Seller ID:   1314

MacKINNON, Ian F. Settlements and Churches in Nova Scotia 1749 - 1776. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. [1930]. "Copies can be obtained from The Book Room and T.C.Allen & Co., Granville Street, Halifax, N.S." Printed in Montreal by the Walker Press, Limited. Pp [v]-ix,(1),[1]-111,(1). 8vo, wine cloth. Morley p.77, Watters p.707, Rhodenizer p. 560. Ian Forbes MacKinnon (b. 1898 in Middle Stewiacke - d. April 1974). Part One : Settlements. Chapters : 1. Halifaxand Lunenburg; 2. Immediate Causes of the Pre-Loyalist Movement to Nova Sc otia; 3. The Free Associations of Fishermen and Farmers; 4. The Ulster Migration; 5. Land Granting after the Peace of Paris; 6. The Land Situation in America and its Effect on the Granting and Settlement of Land in Nova Scotia, 1760-1770; 7. Settlement from Britain, Minor Settlements [Cape Breton onp.54]; 8. Conclusion. Part Two : Churches. 1. Introductory; 2. The Churche s in Relation to the Settlements: I. The Established Church; 3. The Churches in Relation to the Settlements: II. The Congregational Church; 4. The Churches in Relation to the Settlements: III. The Presbyterians; 5. The Churches in Relation to the Settlements: IV. Other Religious Bodies; 6. The Dissenting Churches: Relations with the Government and with the Established Church; 7. The Dissenting Churches:: Affiliation between the Congregationalistsand the Presbyterians; 8. The Dissenting Churches:Attitude during the Revo lution; 9. Henry Alline, Conclusion. With appendices, bibliography and index. Light wear to spine ends, name inked to ffep, else a very good, tight copy. 120.00


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