Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society’s Fall Lecture Series

This notice appeared in my inbox recently.

The topics of the Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society’s newly released fall 2015 lecture series will likely interest genealogists. The lectures are open to the public and free.

October 21
In defense of Mi’kma’ki: Mi’kmaq military power in Northeastern North America (1675-1761): Tod Scott, Independent Researcher.

November 18
The Legacy of Gordon Sidney Harrington, 1909 to 1925: Carole MacDonald, author.

December 9
Material Life and Landscape along the St. Mary’s River in Northeastern Nova Scotia, 1840-1910: Meghann Jack, PhD Candidate, Department of Folklore, Memorial University of Newfoundland.

Detailed lecture descriptions and bios are available here. Meetings are held at the Nova Scotia Archives at 6016 University Avenue, Halifax.

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