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2 edition of naval office shipping lists for Nova Scotia, 1730-1820 found in the catalog.

naval office shipping lists for Nova Scotia, 1730-1820

Julian Gwyn

naval office shipping lists for Nova Scotia, 1730-1820

in the Public Record Office, London.

by Julian Gwyn

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Published by Microform Ltd in East Ardsley,Yorks .
Written in English


Edition Notes

A reprint of the introduction on the Nova Scotia series of naval oficce shipping lists on microform.

SeriesBritish records relating to America in microform
The Physical Object
Pagination15p. ;
Number of Pages15
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15172497M
ISBN 10071585450X

Editor of Nova Scotia Naval Office Shipping List, () Editor of American Manuscripts in the Gage Papers () Articles de jounaux "Nova Scotia's Experience of War, " The Griffin. A Quarterly Publication of Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia, 37 (),   The first comprehensive study of naval operations involving North American squadrons in Nova Scotia waters, Frigates and Foremasts offers a masterful analysis of the motives behind the deployment of Royal Navy vessels between and , and the navy&;s role on the Western Atlantic. Interweaving historical analysis with vivid descriptions of pivotal Author: Julian Gwyn.

Research FAQ. Artifacts & Photographs. Our museum has a limited number of plans of Nova Scotia vessels built in the late s. We also have some naval plans, but the National Archives of Canada is a better source for this material. We have a small number of logbooks. of o results for Books: "maritime books" Skip to main search results Amazon Prime. Eligible for Free Shipping. The True Story of the Worst Sea Disaster in U.S. Naval History and the Fifty-Year Fight to Exonerate an Innocent Man. Fodor's Nova Scotia & Atlantic Canada: With New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and.

Credit: "Halifax from the watering place”, by J.E. Woolford, Nova Scotia Museum, History Collection, Starting on J and lasting for nearly three years, the War of was a series of land and sea battles between the United States and Great Britain, including their respective First Nations allies. HMCS Sackville is Canada’s oldest warship. This Naval Memorial and National Historic Site was a combat veteran of the Second World War. She is the last of Canada’s corvettes, one of many convoy escort vessels built in Canada and the United Kingdom during the war. She played a pivotal role in win.


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Naval office shipping lists for Nova Scotia, 1730-1820 by Julian Gwyn Download PDF EPUB FB2

GB CO Naval Office Shipping Lists for Nova Scotia Shelf Notes: The Naval Office Shipping Lists for Nova Scotia for Nova Scotia,is one of several titles in the series, British Records Relating to America Microform, which are published under the auspices of the British Association for American Studies by Microform Limited.

The Naval Office Shipping Lists for Nova Scotia, Shipping Registers: Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. Back to Maritime History Research Collection. Microfilm Shelf List Great Britain Colonial Office Naval Office Shipping Lists for Nova Scotia: – MIC-Loyalist FC LPR.G7C6N6N3 Reel Numbers Volume Number 1 CO /28 CO /29 CO /30 CO /31 CO /28 CO /29 CO /30 CO /31 2 CO /44 CO /34 HO 76/1 3 CO /35 Naval office shipping lists for Nova Scotia /32 CO / Nova Scotia, The Nova Scotia naval office lists have been reproduced in sequence as far as possible; however, some lists have been lost over the years and a complete range was not available.

Alternative sources can supplement these lists, notably lists of shipping compiled by customs officials and those noted in the newspapers of Halifax.

Naval office shipping lists were compiled by British naval officers in North America and the West Indies. The lists were sent periodically by colonial governors to 1730-1820 book Board of Trade or Treasury in England.

This collection contains Naval Office shipping lists compiled between and The lists cover a. Ships Passenger Lists to Canada The Dove Scotland to Pictou, Nova Scotia Canada The Sarah Scotland to Pictou Nova Scotia Ships Passenger Lists to Canada Commerce Augbound to Pictou Nova Scotia from Perthshire Polly *Reconstructed passenger list (Selkirk Settlers Identified from Past and present of P.E.I.

Ships to and from Nova Scotia The information included here is chiefly drawn from Customs Returns, Government correspondence and contemporary newspapers. The Martell appendix is the preliminary source of this information, however additional material will be included, from a variety of sources.

Home Holdings and Collections Shipping Records Crew lists and logbooks. Crew lists and logbooks. In the National Archives in London [Public Record Office] took the decision to discard part of the “Registrar General of Shipping and Seamen, the Agreements and Account of Crew and Official Logbooks” for British Empire vessels from to Also known as Ships' Manifests or Seaport Records of Entry, Passenger Lists are often sought when researching an ancestor’s immigration to Nova Scotia.

Compiling and keeping Passenger Lists was haphazard until responsibility was taken over by the Government of Canada after Confederation in Basic Guide to Researching Nova Scotian Ships and Seafarers March The following are important research locations for Nova Scotian marine history research.

Depending on your topic some institutions will have more to offer than others. It should also be noted that many of Nova Scotia's community museums and archives have important marine research related to their local.

Online Ships Passenger Lists Ships to Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada Passengers to Nova Scotia on a variety of ships Ships to Nova Scotia List of immigrants to Nova Scotia on various ships Passenger List of The Ann to Nova Scotia Passenger List of The Gale to Nova Scotia Passenger List of The Speedwell to Nova Scotia.

The Naval Office shipping lists for Nova Scotia, in the Public Record Office, London. The guide gives the provenance of the collection, a summary of the contents, and a bibliography of related sources.

It is reproduced at the beginning of the collection. Also available under call number HFN64 N37 Editor of Nova Scotia Naval Office Shipping List, () Editor of American Manuscripts in the Gage Papers () Journal Articles "Nova Scotia's Experience of War, " The Griffin. A Quarterly Publication of Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia, 37 (), Reference: H.F.

Pullen Nova Scotia Archives accession no. Box 3 F/8 Lieutenant Thomas H. Warde of the Naval College and Mrs. Warde (Mary Dorothy Lugar) and the Bridal party.

Reference: H.F. Pullen Nova Scotia Archives accession no. Box 3 F/9. The Histories Branch researches and writes the multi-volume Dictionary of American Naval Fighting Ships, available in many libraries in the United States and abroad.

Compiled like an encyclopedia, each volume includes summary histories of U.S. Navy ships from certain sections of the alphabet. The volumes also include an assortment of appendices on small craft.

Among the last of the American merchant trade tall ship sea captains, commanded the barks Herbert Black and Willard Mudget and the ship Bangalore.

For over forty years, as president of several maritime associations in New York City, he contributed to the development of the maritime industry in the port of New York. #N#Bligh, William. Passenger lists before for Nova Scotia are practically nonexistent; however, the Public Archives of Nova Scotia does have a few scattered lists for ships arriving from Great Britain (no more than 30).

These cover many of the years between and There is one list for ships arriving from France in Two valuable indexes for this early period are. Library and Archives Canada has many digitized collections on our website and on the the database's main page explains how to access the records.

Digitized Microform. Many of our microfilm reels are digitized, such as immigration records and some land and military records.

Nova Scotia Passenger lists: Halifax,and North. History of Nova Scotia§The local American authorities are reminded of the provisions of a act of England which was designed to preserve the trees in North America which might be used for "masting."The big white pines were to be marked as the King's property.

Further, Dunbar, the Surveyor of the Woods in the Continent of America, is to take steps to see that the. Our onsite searchable library catalogue describes holdings from the Library at the Nova Scotia Archives.

It currently inclu entries – updated February Please note that items in the Nova Scotia Archives Library do not circulate and are only available for onsite use.

Access Nova Scotia offers a range of services you can complete online. Renew your licence plate sticker, purchase a birth certificate, update your home address and much more using the links below. Online service for business. Starting a business? Already own a business?

Use this service to apply for, renew and pay for licences and permits as.The marine collection of the Nova Scotia Museum at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic is the oldest and largest single collection of marine artifacts in Canada.

The collection started in when a group of naval officers formed the Maritime Museum of Canada in Halifax. It became part of the Nova Scotia Museum in which added an even older group of marine artifacts.Home Holdings and Collections Shipping Records Crew lists and logbooks Crew List Index Search.

Crew List Index Search. The Maritime History Archive holds approximately 75 percent of the surviving crew lists (also called crew agreements) and official log books of British registered vessels for the periods (predominantly ) and