Archaeological Periods of Nova Scotia
The Nova Scotia website with information on the history of Nova Scotia.
Cape Breton Post
Online version of the daily newspaper. Obituaries and archives.
Links and information on Nova Scotia
Transcriptions From Original Colonial-Era Correspondence.
Project by Janice Fralic-Brown, we appreciate her donating this work to our research.
Les Trois Pignons
Les Trois Pignons houses the library of Acadian history and is one of the finest in Canada. Through vital statistics, parish records, land deeds and merchant dealings, the genealogy of the Chéticamp Acadians can be traced to generations before the village's foundation in 1785.
Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
The marine history division of the Nova Scotia Museum a family of 25 museums operated by the Province of Nova Scotia. The collection includes artifacts, images, charts and plans relating to the marine history of Nova Scotia. The Royal Canadian Navy, Canadian merchant marine, Nova Scotia small craft and local shipwrecks are particular strengths of the collection much of which represents the period 1850 to the present.
Information and links to various topics relating to Nova Scotia.
Nova Scotia Archives
Cape Breton land petitions and other material. — 1787-1864, predominant 1787-1843. — 1.7 m of textual records.
Nova Scotia GenWeb
Information and links for doing genealogy in Nova Scotia.
Randall's Genealogy Page
Good hints for doing research in Nova Scotia, especially Antigonish.