Results in Lincolnville, Centreville, Bridgetown, Liverpool and Amherst

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Liverpool, Liverpool, Nova Scotia B0T , Canada
The history of the community of Liverpool is a long one. Most families originally settled at Mersey Point, previously known as Black Point.
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Amherst, Nova Scotia B4H , Canada
Today Amherst sits about 2 miles east of the original town.
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Trans Canada Highway 104, Exit 15 W, Amherst, Nova Scotia B4H , Canada
Today Amherst sits about 2 miles east of the original town.
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24 Crescent Avenue, Amherst, Nova Scotia B4H 1V1 , Canada
(902) 661-1509
(902) 661-4062 (fax)
The vision of CANSA is that all citizens, including persons with disabilities, African Nova Scotians and youth at risk be respected and grow socially, economically and culturally in Cumberland County.
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(902) 661-1509
(902) 661-4062 (fax)
8368 Highway 221, Centreville, Nova Scotia B0P 1J0 , Canada
(902) 582-1511
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(902) 582-1511
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109 Main Street , Liverpool, Nova Scotia B0T 1K0 , Canada
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Bridgetown, Bridgetown, Nova Scotia B0S , Canada
A provincially designated Historic Site.
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Lincolnville, Lincolnville, Nova Scotia B0H , Canada
Formerly known as Little Tracadie, on the border were lands settled by “Persons of Colour” following the Loyalist influx.
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Bridgetown, Bridgetown, Nova Scotia B0S , Canada
A provincially designated Historic Site.
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Additonal Toursim Resources
African Nova Scotian Directory - Google Local Guide
African Nova Scotian Tourism Guide
Africville Story Map
Destination Liberty: Your guide to Black Historic Travel Destinations in Nova Scotia
Historical Black Settlements in Nova Scotia (Google Map)
Jamaican Maroons in Halifax: A Black Canadian History Guide
Nova Scotia Toursim: Discover African Nova Scotia

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