Results in Birchtown, New Glasgow, Guysborough, Upper Big Tracadie and Granville Ferry

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New Glasgow, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia B2H , Canada
Most of the inhabitants of this town are descended from settlers who arrived in the province in the mid-to-late 1700s.
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Guysborough, Guysborough, Nova Scotia B0H , Canada
A large group of Black Loyalists settled here at Chedabucto Bay in 1784 after fire swept through and destroyed their Port Mouton settlement during the winter.
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487 Brother St, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia B2H 3Z7 , Canada
(902) 752-7691
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(902) 752-7691
Upper Big Tracadie, Upper Big Tracadie, Nova Scotia B0H , Canada
First settlers to this region were Black Loyalists.
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27 Green Street, P.O. Box 19, Guysborough, Nova Scotia B0H 1N0 , Canada
(902) 533-4006
The Centre holds numerous valuable resources recording the history and heritage of African Nova Scotians in the Guysborough and Strait regions, it was established in 2001 and runs under the auspices of the Strait District School Board.
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(902) 533-4006
342 Washington Street, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia B2H 5E1 , Canada
(902) 423-5629
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9996 Highway 16, Guysborough, Nova Scotia B0H1N0 , Canada
(902) 533- 2805
Career Connections Nova Scotia Works is committed to creating an inclusive environment while providing employment services.
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(902) 533- 2805
Birchtown, Birchtown, Nova Scotia B0T , Canada
Under the leadership of Col. Stephen Blucke, of the all-Black regiment the Black Pioneers, the land for the settlement of Port Roseway (present-day Shelburne) was cleared.
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New Glasgow, Nova Scotia , Canada
ANSA is a vital link that connects government and the African Nova Scotian community to assist, support and enhance the delivery of services, and be a partner in developing innovative solutions.
Granville Ferry, Granville Ferry, Nova Scotia B0S , Canada
Come view the commemorative plaque to Rev. Richard Preston, founder of the African United Baptist Association in 1854.
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119 Birchtown Road, Birchtown, Nova Scotia , Canada
Join us at the Black Loyalist Heritage Centre for a screening of The Grinch (2018)! This event is presented in partnership with the Municipality of the District of Shelburne and is free to attend. Popcorn will be provided courtesy of Shelburne Sobeys
When Sat From 12/14/2019 to 12/14/2019 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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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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