Journal of the Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society, Volume 10, 2007


(Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society). Journal of the Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society, Volume 10, 2007. (Halifax): Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society, 2007. Pp (5),vi-ix,(1),1-198, + 2 p. of colour plates. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated brown cardcovers. Of nautical interest: Sheila Kindred's"Jane Austen's Naval Brother Charles on the North American Station, 1805-1 811" (25-46), Keith Mercer's "Sailors and Citizens: Press Gangs and Naval-Civilian Relations in Nova Scotia, 1756-1815" (87-113), and George F.W. Young's "HMS Fantome, and the British Raid on Washington Augsut 1814" (132-146). Also includes: Margaret Campbell's "The Prat Sisters: Free Spirits of the1890s" (1-24), R. Blake Brown's "'That privilege... of having Grand Juryme n from our towns': Grand Juries, Municipal Reform, and Responsible Government in Nova Scotia, 1833-1879" (47-71), David Sutherland's "'Father' Chiniquy Comes to Halifax: Sectarian Conflicts in 1870s Nova Scotia" (72-86), A.J.B. Johnston's "The Acadian Deportation in a Comparative Context: An Introduction" (114-131), Mateo Binasco's "Few, Uncompetitive and Endangered: The Troubled Activity of the Roman Catholic Missionaries in Acadia, 1610-1710" (147-162), Terrence M. Punch's "A Genealogy: Introduction" (164), and IsabelPilkington Henniger's "Christian Henniger of Hants County, his Children, a nd his Sons' Children" (165-183). Very good. 15.00

Title: Journal of the Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society, Volume 10, 2007

Author Name: Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society KINDRED, Sheila MERCER, Keith YOUNG, George F.W.

Categories: 888,

Publisher: Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society, Halifax, 2007,:

Seller ID: 94656

Keywords: NOVA SCOTIA CANADIAN HISTORY JOURNAL PERIODICAL NAVAL PRESS GANGS ACADIAN HALIFAX CITY CANADA,