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Canada's Black Battalion No. 2 Construction

  • CA BI UA 602 B5 R8
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  • 1986

Item is a book titled "Canada's Black Battalion No. 2 Construction 1916-1920," written by Calvin W. Ruck. The book provides information about African Canadians who served in World War 1, and highlights their roles and the obstacles that they faced.

New Waterford Three Score and Ten: Seventy Years of Civic History

  • CA BI FC 2349 N48 B6
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  • 1983

Item is a book edited by Ted Boutilier that outlines the history of New Waterford, as of its 70th anniversary in 1983. It features information about community institutions, culture, organizations, and recreation, and includes a section titled "The First Black Men to Settle in New Waterford."

Nova Scotian Blacks: An Historical and Structural Overview

  • CA BI F 5221 N4 C43
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  • 1970

Item is a copy of Nova Scotian Blacks: An Historical and Structural Overview by Donald H. Clairmont (Dalhousie University) and Dennis W. Magill (University of Toronto). The study focuses on the issues of poverty and marginalization among Nova Scotian Blacks.

One God One Aim One Destiny: African Nova Scotians in Cape Breton

  • CA BI FC 2350 B6 W43 2007
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  • 2007

Item is a book that was written by Joan Weeks and the Glace Bay Universal Negro Improvement Association that features newspaper articles, interviews, and a history of African Nova Scotians in Cape Breton.

People of the Maritimes: Blacks

  • CA BI FC 2050 B6 P33 1987
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  • 1987

Item is a copy of Bridglal Pachai's book People of the Maritimes: Blacks. The book contains information about the origins of the Maritimes' Black population, their history in the area, descriptions of some prominent individuals and institutions, and the problems and prospects that this population faced during the 1980s.

"Telling the Truth" Reflections: Segregated Schools in Nova Scotia

  • CA BI LC 2804.2 N6 E92 1992
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  • 1995

Item is a book written by Doris Evans and Gertrude Tynes that features profiles of Nova Scotia's segregated schools and teachers at those schools, as well as photographs and speeches from the Retired Teachers of Segregated Schools of Nova Scotia's 1990 reunion.

The History of the African Orthodox Church

  • CA BI BX 9999 A3 TF7
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  • 1956

Item is a book about the history of the African Orthodox Church written by Rev. A.C. Terry-Thompson, D.D.. The book includes a history of St. Philip's Church, Sydney.