How Did Nova Scotia Become The Fourteenth Colony

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I. Recolonization of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick A. The thirteen colonies wanted Nova Scotia to become the fourteenth colony because of their close relationships and trading. B. Following the deportation of thousands of Acadians, Governor Charles Lawrence, of Nova Scotia, sent a proclamation throughout all of British North America to settle Acadian farmlands in 1756. He promised the English settlers paid transportation and land grants of forty hectares and twenty more hectares for each additional person. C. They began to settle in the Annapolis valley of Nova Scotia in 1758. D. Halifax became the capital. E. The government brought over two thousand Protestants. F. In 1758, they were given an elected assembly. (The common man was not elected
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