1 edition of Early Cape Breton newspapers found in the catalog.
Early Cape Breton newspapers
|Statement||compiled by Mildred Howard, C.G.(C).|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||157|
Civil registration of marriages in Nova Scotia began in , with the introduction of procedures for obtaining a marriage licence. The licence was optional, surviving records are incomplete, and 'calling the banns' remained the preferred procedure for formalizing the marriage ritual. The parallel custom of posting a Marriage Bond, in addition. Cape Breton, the destination of more Hebridean Scots than any other part of the then British Empire. There were to be emigrants from England and Ireland in Gabarus and Margaree, and Acadian settlers in Cheticamp and Isle Madame, but otherwise, Cape Breton was to become another Hebrides, on the other side of the Atlantic.
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OCLC Number: Notes: Includes a surname index and an index to ships in each volume. Description: volumes: Contents: [V. Vital statistics and items from the Cape Breton advocate, ; the Spirit of the times and the Cape Breton free press, ; the Cape Breton spectator, ; Commercial herald, ; the Cape Breton news.
OCLC Number: Notes: Includes indexes. Description: volumes: illustrations: Contents: v. . Cape Breton advocate --Spirit of the times and the Cape Breton free press --Cape Breton spectator --Commercial herald --Cape Breton news and --v Cape Breton news,--Cape Breton. Cape Breton Island (French: île du Cap-Breton—formerly Île Royale; Scottish Gaelic: Ceap Breatainn or Eilean Cheap Breatainn; Mi'kmaq: Unamaꞌkik; or simply Cape Breton) is an island on the Atlantic coast of North America and part of the province of Nova Scotia, Canada.
km 2 (3, sq mi) island accounts for % of Nova Scotia's total on: Early Cape Breton newspapers book Scotia, Canada. The Cape Bretonia -- The Cape Breton news-- The commercial herald-- The trumpet Sydney-- News of the week and Strait of Canso shipping gazette-- Port Hood Early Cape Breton newspapers book, -- The North Sydney herald, -- The North Sydney newsboy, -- The Cape Breton.
Books shelved as cape-breton: No Great Mischief by Alistair MacLeod, Fall on Your Knees by Ann-Marie MacDonald, The Bishop's Man by Linden MacIntyre, Rel. Nova Scotia Online Databases This chart shows links to province-wide collections. To find links to collections for lower jurisdictions (such as a county, town, or parish), go to Locating Online Databases.and can be searched free of charge at your local family history center or the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Views From The Steel Plant — Voices and Photographs from Years of Making Steel in Cape Breton Island C$ Early Cape Breton — From Founding to Famine. Welcome to the Beaton Institute Digital Archives.
This website provides access to the digital collections of the Beaton Institute, Cape Breton University. The Digital Archives is an online database that contains archival descriptions from the holdings. This website features only a sampling of the total archival records in our holdings.
Janu at pm. Editor’s Note: Be sure to read the follow-up to this story in the 5 February edition. Biomess The requirement in Nova Scotia is that emissions are reported as total emissions less the portion from biomass.
Early Cape Breton newspapers book this reason, the contribution from a biomass plant to the project could Read More. Let’s Talk Tai Chi. The volumes cover, ; FHL Book V29p; beginning with fiche ; a full list and details are available at their website. Mildred Howard.
Early Cape Breton newspapers: vital statistics and items. Cape Breton Genealogical Society, The Provincial Newspaper Collection held at the Nova Scotia Archives includes over titles, from the Halifax Gazette, 23 March to, in some cases, recent issues of a community addition to haphazard and very incomplete notices for births, marriages and deaths, newspapers can be a fascinating souce of community history for genealogical research.
List of Authors and Contributors. Diane Reid. Rita Joe. Paul Potts. Robert Morgan. Mark Silverberg. Stewart Donovan. The Bretons (Breton: Bretoned, Breton pronunciation: [breˈtɔ̃nɛt]) are a Celtic ethnic group and people native to historical region trace much of their heritage to groups of Brittonic speakers who emigrated from southwestern Great Britain, particularly Cornwall and Devon, mostly during the Anglo-Saxon invasion of migrated in waves from the 3rd to 9th century Brittany: 3.
Obituaries. Obituary Databases. Halifax Chronicle Herald Obituary Database - Available for purchase on CD ROM, this indexed database contains overnames and hometowns from obituaries, as reported in the Halifax Chronicle-Herald, from through the present.
From to the middle of it is an index only, with the peoples names, hometowns, and dates they. Nova Scotia Historical Newspapers Through the autumn and winter ofa trial newspaper digitization project sponsored by Libraries Nova Scotia was carried out in Halifax at Nova Scotia Archives, and in Sydney at the Beaton.
This book answers the question by looking at five specific regions of early Acadie: Port-Royal, the Minas Basin and Cobeguit, all of which became part of Nova Scotia at the signing of the Treaty of Utrecht in ; Île Royale, which remained a French possession in but became British, under the name Cape Breton, inand Chipoudie, on.
Beaton Institute, Cape Breton University Sydney, Cape Breton. Black Loyalist Heritage Society Birchtown, Shelburne County. Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 Halifax, Nova Scotia. Cape Breton Genealogy and Historical Association Sydney, Cape Breton. Cape Sable Historical Society Barrington, Nova Scotia.
Centre acadien. Beforethe population of Cape Breton Island was almost exclusively native Mi’kmaq and those whose origins were British, French or Scots.
The rapid development of coal mining in the s, followed in by construction of Canada’s first and largest integrated Steel Plant in Sydney, led to a huge influx of immigrants. Find historical newspapers from across the United States and beyond.
Explore newspaper articles and clippings for help with genealogy, history and other research. The Cape Breton Genealogy and Historical Association (CBGHA) is a Nova Scotia registered not-for-profit society located in Sydney, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada.
It was formed in and is operated by a board of directors and staff who are all volunteers. Individual membership is worldwide, and also includes several genealogy and. As you know, Main-A-Dieu is just near Louisbourg, Cape Breton, where the great French fortress of the early 's has been partially reconstructed.
It is the largest historical reconstruction in North America outside of Williamsburg, VA. Main-A-Dieu has had permanent white visitors (if not actual residents) since at least the mid's. SYDNEY, N.S. — One person is dead following a house fire early Sunday in Cape Breton. Police say a body was found inside the home shortly after 11 a.m.
The adult male was declared dead at the scene on Westmount Road in Sydney. Cape Breton. See also Sydney. Genealogy Ref. CS88 NS69 A1 fol.
Howard, Mildred. — Early Cape Breton newspapers: vital statistics and items from the Cape Breton advocateSpirit of the times and the Cape Breton free pressThe Cape Breton spectatorCommercial heraldThe Cape Breton news and. North Uist also had its massive emigration to Cape Breton, beginning rather later than the South Uist moves, and a Presbyterian community was built up in the south west of the island, especially around, Gabarus, Catalone and the Mira, with an off-shoot around Loch Lomond, in the highlands above the Bras d'Or.
The Inverness Oran is a newspaper publication established in serving the communities of Inverness County on the island Cape Breton located in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Holder, Jean M. (compiler) Nova Scotia Vital Statistics from Halifax Newspapers, Halifax, GANS, Howard, Mildred (compiler) Census of Cape Breton Island, Province of Nova Scotia, Sydney, Cape Breton Island Genealogical Society, The Well–Watered Garden: The Presbyterian Church in Cape Breton, –, by Laurie Stanley.
The Well–Watered Garden: The Presbyterian Church in Cape Breton, –, Laurie Stanley, [Sydney, Nova Scotia: University College of Cape Breton Press, ], p; ISBN: 0––16– I purchased a copy of this book on the off chance there might be a.
Cape Breton Post - - FRONT PAGE - SHARON MONTGOMERY-DUPE book early and fly from your local Cape Breton airport this summer.” The spring/summer schedule does have early morning flights to Halifax and Montreal and a.
Genealogical Association of Nova Scotia Cape Breton Grammar School (Sydney) return to 16 Jan districts) Cape Breton School Records - (various districts) Scanned files in Members Only Area - early issues of the NSG Nova Scotia Genealogist Vol. 1, No. Spring, The Table of Contents includes items on two Family Bibles.
Nova Scotia, Canada, Births, – A unique aspect of Nova Scotia birth records are s delayed birth registrations. For several years afterthe Vital Statistics Office allowed people born in Nova Scotia before to have births or deaths officially recorded.
Cape Breton Post newspaper online. About Cape Breton Post English online newspaper: Cape Breton Post newspaper is English language newspaper in Canada. The Cape Breton Post is the daily newspaper published in Cape Breton Island. It covers local news, events, and sports from communities in the Cape Breton Regional Municipality and the counties of Richmond.
Pit Pony is an enjoyable children's story about colliers on Cape Breton Island in the early s. My son and I both liked it, and toward the end, he didn't want me to put the book down. A few editing errors in the text bugged me, but the story is interesting, and the author does a lovely job describing the time and the mines/5.
Guide book to Cape Breton: royal province of Nova Scotia or New Scotland, Dominion of Canada [database on-line].
Provo, UT, USA: Operations Inc, Cape Breton Family Genealogies Tuesday, Jun MST This is a list of personal family genealogy websites that have either been referred to us. Christmas Memories An Amusing look at early Cape Breton Christmases - 26 Stories C. Joke Book A glimpse at Cape Breton Humour - 64 pages of Fun!.
$ TALL TALES 27 stories that stretch the imagination with exaggeration $ Thank You for your Order and don't forget to listen to some great Cape Breton & Celtic Music. Birth records of central and western Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia 's and 's: from baptism records kept by Rev.
John MacLennan, names of parents and children arranged in Mabou, N.S.: Mabou Communications Ltd., Angus Mòr MacAskill ( – 8 August ) was a Scottish-born Canadian giant. The Guinness Book of World Records says he is the tallest non-pathological giant in recorded history (7 ft 9 in, or m) and had the largest chest measurements of any non Nationality: Scottish.
North Sydney, April 5 - Death this morning removed one of this town's oldest citizens in the person of Mrs Catherine MacLeod who passed away at her home on Union street. The late Mrs MacLeod was in her 90th years and was a native of Boularderie, Cape Breton.
She had resided in North Sydney for the past fifty one years. Lesley Crewe’s new book Beholden: hardscrabble life and romance in Cape Breton on the secrets and lies that bind generations of Cape Breton families.
Toronto Star Newspapers Ltd. Cape Breton Post, Sydney, Nova Scotia. 37, likes 6, talking about this were here. Cape Breton Island's best source for breaking news and live event coverage/5(). The following is the entry in "Cape Breton and the Jackson Kith and Kin" by Elva Jackson: "James Moffatt, another Loyalist, previously a merchant on Thames Street, near Trinity Church, Newport R.I., had married Tabitha Mumford, by whom he had a son, John.
James' second wife was Mary Roach, widow of John Ross, Newport, who had a son John Ross.The Cape Breton Regional Municipality, a former steel and coal mining centre on Canada’s Atlantic coast, has been enduring a population decline for years.
At 98, the population of Cape Breton County — which includes the CBRM and the Eskasoni and Membertou First Nations — was the lowest since Connecting People through News. All-you-can-read digital newsstand with thousands of the world’s most popular newspapers and magazines.
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