Listings in Registered African Nova Scotian Historic Places
A historic place is a structure, building, group of buildings, district, landscape, archaeological site or other place in Canada that has been formally recognized for its heritage value by an appropriate authority within a jurisdiction.
Africville was settled in about the 1840s by people from the Black Refugee communities of Hammonds Plains and Preston.
Africville, Nova Scotia B3K
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.
726 Greenville Road
Greenville, Nova Scotia B5A 4A8
St. Philip's African Orthodox Church is located on Hankard Street in the area of Sydney, Cape Breton known as Whitney Pier.
34 Hankard St
Whitney Pier, Nova Scotia B1N 2C2
To glorify God through our worship and service by proclaiming the word, seeking the lost and sharing God's love.
5457 Cornwallis Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3K 1B1
Zion Baptist Church is the spiritual home to a community whose roots in Truro extend back to the late nineteenth century.
454 Prince Street
Truro, Nova Scotia B2N 1E7
Victoria Road United Baptist Church is a simple wood framed Gothic style chapel that was built in 1853.
36 Victoria Road
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia B2Y 2V9
The Glace Bay Universal Negro Improvement Association Hall is located on Jessome Street in Glace Bay, Nova Scotia.
35 Jessome Street
Glace Bay, Nova Scotia B1A