"I love history! Since 2007 I've worked at the Nova Scotia Archives, one of the oldest archival institutions in Canada. Every day I get to l learn about the province's past and share those stories with people."
The loss of the White Star Liner RMS Titanic needs no introduction for anyone alive today. On its maiden voyage in 1912 the great vessel suffered irreversible damage, after a glancing blow from an iceberg at 11:40 p.m. on 14 April 1912 opened five water-tight compartments to the in-rushing sea. At 2:20 a.m. the following day, 15 April, the technological marvel of the Edwardian Age sank.
Have a little last-minute shopping to take care of? Here at the archives, we think that family vital statistics records make great gifts--and want to give one away!Here's how you win:1) Go to novascotiagenealogy.com and find the birth, death,...
Who built this house? When? How did they furnish it? What were their lives like? Who was the first person to own this piece of land? What were its original measurements and boundaries? How did it change shape and ownership over the years? When was a house first built on it? What did the neighbourhood look like then?