African Nova Scotians in the Age of Slavery and Abolition


Subject:
History By Place , Black Resources , Canada , Slavery, Abolition, & Emancipation

Description:
"This virtual exhibit celebrates the lives of Barbary (Barbara) Cuffy, Rose Fortune, Lydia Jackson, Richard Preston, Gabriel Hall, and the many other [of the 10,000] African Nova Scotians who arrived" between 1749 and 1816. Features illustrated essays (covering 1749-1834) and a searchable database of names of about 5000 early African Nova Scotians. In English and French. From Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management, Province of Nova Scotia, Canada.

Publisher:
Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management

Language:
English

Source:
http://www.gov.ns.ca/nsarm/virtual/africanns/


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