Results in Lincolnville, Bridgetown, Greenville, Lower Sackville and Upper Big Tracadie

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726 Greenville Road, Greenville, Nova Scotia B0W , Canada
The Greenville Church Cemetery was established in 1853 when the church it surrounds was built, though there are no remaining grave markers to visibly identify it as a burial ground.
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726 Greenville Road, Greenville, Nova Scotia B5A 4A8 , Canada
The Greenville African Baptist Church is a simple Vernacular style building that was built in 1853 by and for the people of Greenville, Yarmouth County, NS - a small community northeast of the Town of Yarmouth.
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Bridgetown, Bridgetown, Nova Scotia B0S , Canada
A provincially designated Historic Site.
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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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Greenville, Greenville, Nova Scotia B0W , Canada
A seven-minute drive from Yarmouth you will find the Black community of Greenville, which was originally settled as Salmon River in 1820.
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526 Cobequid Road, Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia B4C 3Y7 , Canada
(902) 865-8253
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(902) 865-8253
Upper Big Tracadie, Upper Big Tracadie, Nova Scotia B0H , Canada
First settlers to this region were Black Loyalists.
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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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