'We have held our own': R64-81/1981-47E-PDF
the western interior of Nova Scotia, 1800-1940 /
"The area of western Nova Scotia that bounds Kejimkujik Lake has been inhabited by a great diversity of peoples. Beginning with the initial settlement by the Micmacs, various ethnic groups including the French, English, Scottish and Irish have lived in the area at one time or another. The settlers utilizing the natural resources of the area survived by fishing, farming, lumbering, mining and more recently,engaging in the tourist trade. As the mid-20th century approached, the communities in the area had, by self-initiative and adaptation, maintained a distinctive and deep-rooted culture that continued to sustain their life-style"--Abstract, p. 4.
|Department/Agency||Parks Canada. National Historic Parks and Sites Branch.|
|Title||'We have held our own'|
|Subtitle||the western interior of Nova Scotia, 1800-1940 /|
|Series Title||History and archaeology ;|
|Publication Type||Series - View Master Record|
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|Note||Historical publication digitized 2015 from print.|
|Number of Pages||159 p. :|
|Subject Terms||Social history, Canadian history|
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