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A founding province of Canada, Nova Scotia is nearly surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, and is known for its high tides, lobster, fish, blueberries and apples. Discover more about this

Historical Biographies, Nova Scotia: Francis
Legge was the governor of Nova Scotia, 1773-6. Legge upon his arrival proceeded to quarrel with all to whom he came in contact. His mission was to cut away unnecessary expenses; in his

Nova Scotia Genealogy and Family History - Tr
Search for your Nova Scotia ancestors in these genealogy and family history records and resources focused on Nova Scotia genealogy. Includes Nova Scotia archives, online records and

History of Nova Scotia; Book.2; Part 2; Ch. 1
So it was, that Governor Legge of Nova Scotia cast an anxious eye over the remoter parts of his domain, and thus to give his impressions in a letter to Lord Dartmouth. For those people who

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Find out about Nova Scotia provincial government health insurance, health care services and health policy for residents of Nova Scotia, Canada.

Canadian Military Heritage
Governor Legge of Nova Scotia, unable to get additional regular troops, used local militia companies to help guard against the American rebels and their sympathizers.

Nova Scotia Provincial Unit Study - facts and
Learn about the Canadian Province of Nova Scotia in the Nova Scotia Unit Study

Dartmouth, Nova Scotia - Wikipedia, the free
Dartmouth (2001 pop.: 65,741), founded in 1750, is a community and planning area of the Halifax Regional Municipality, a provincially designated Metropolitan Area, and a former city in the

Dartmouth, Nova Scotia - Wikipedia, the free
Downtown Dartmouth also home to the eastern part of the Capital District of Nova Scotia. The community was later given the English name of Dartmouth in honour of William Legge,

Loyalist Institute: Nova Scotia Volunteers, P
A proclamation by Francis Legge describing the conditions of service in the Nova Scotia Volunteers, 1776.

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