Series: Images of Our Past

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Historic Annapolis Valley : rural life remembered by Mike Parker
Historic Baddeck by Jocelyn Bethune
Historic Bridgewater by Tom Sheppard
Historic Colchester: Towns & countryside (Images of our past) by Colchester Historical Society.,
Historic Eastern Passage : including Imperoyal, Shearwater, South East Passage, Cow Bay, McNab's Island, Lawlor's Island and Devil's Island by John Boileau
Historic LaHave River Valley by Sheila Chambers
Historic Lunenburg : the days of sail, 1880-1930 by Mike Parker
Historic Mahone Bay by Brian Douglas Tennyson
Historic North End Halifax by Paul A. Erickson
The Little Dutch Village: Historic Halifax West - Armdale and Fairview by Devonna Edwards

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