Classifieds in History

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Nova Scotia , Canada
Coming out of the innovative Book-in-a-Day event facilitated by the Global Afrikan Congress – Nova Scotia Chapter, R Is for Reparations invites readers to listen to the voices of young activists as they share their hopes and dreams about the...
$ 13. 00
Nova Scotia , Canada
Through historical photographs, documents, and first-person narratives, this book tells the story of Africville. It documents how the city destroyed Africville and much later apologized for it — and how the spirit of the community lives on.
$ 34. 95
32 Oceanvista Lane, Black Point, Nova Scotia , Canada
(902) 857-1388
A story of the struggle of Black Loyalists and their arrival in Nova Scotia.
$ 18. 95
(902) 857-1388
in History
in History
Nova Scotia , Canada
1-800-646-2879
In Birchtown and the Black Loyalists, Wanda Taylor recounts the incredible story of the Black Loyalists of Birchtown for young readers.
$ 15. 95
1-800-646-2879
Nova Scotia , Canada
1-800-646-2879
In 1895, The Colored Hockey League of the Maritimes was formed in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
$ 21. 95
1-800-646-2879
Nova Scotia , Canada
1-800-646-2879
Invisible Shadows is Verna Thomas’ account of coming to consciousness about race in the wake of changes in education, civil rights, and black self-awareness.
$ 17. 95
1-800-646-2879
Nova Scotia , Canada
1-800-646-2879
This book documents the experience of the Blacks in the Maritimes, the difficulties they encountered and the institutions that sustained them.
$ 14. 00
1-800-646-2879
in History
in History
Nova Scotia , Canada
1-800-646-2879
Black military heritage in Canada is still generally unknown and unwritten.
$ 17. 94
1-800-646-2879
Nova Scotia , Canada
1-800-646-2879
The history of Nova Scotia’s black communities is a complex story of triumph and struggle, intertwined with the many stories of ancestors, destinies, and challenges.
$ 21. 95
1-800-646-2879
Nova Scotia , Canada
When Mayann Francis was named Nova Scotia’s first Black lieutenant-governor, she wondered if the community would accept her.
$ 29. 95
P.O. Box 9166, Halifax, Nova Scotia , Canada
1-800-646-2879
Nine-year-old Mayann Francis and her family are travelling from their home in Cape Breton to New York City by train.
$ 22. 95
1-800-646-2879
Nova Scotia , Canada
1-800-646-2879
Ten-year-old Abigail Price is excited about spring in her new home in Birchtown.
$ 22. 95
1-800-646-2879
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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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