What's New on Electric Canadian
Here I'm listing anything new added to the site over the past week or so. As my main work is on the Electric Scotland site I do need to focus entirely on that site from time to time so content will be added here as I get the time.


You might visit the Provincial Trends reports which is an in-depth analysis of provincial economic trends in Canada by Scotia Bank. I've added a link to these reports on our Industry & Transport page.
Added Chapter XV. Louisbourg to Nova Scotia: The Province that has been Passed By.
Added Chapter XXVIII. Well Done, Boys! to Bert Lloyd's Boyhood.
Added Chapter XIV. The Sydneys to Nova Scotia: The Province that has been Passed By.
Added Chapter XXVII. About Literature and Law to Bert Lloyd's Boyhood.
Added the History of the Bank of Nova Scotia 1832-1900.
Added History of Nova Scotia, an overview with links to major works on the Province.
Added Chapter XIII. Cape Breton to Nova Scotia: The Province that has been Passed By.
Added Chapter XXVI. Victory won from Defeat to Bert Lloyd's Boyhood.
Added Chapter XII. Pictou and New Glasgow to Nova Scotia: The Province that has been Passed By.
Added Chapter XXV. About two kinds of Ponies to Bert Lloyd's Boyhood.
Added Chapter XI. On the Government’s Farm to Nova Scotia: The Province that has been Passed By.
Added Chapter XXIV. A Chapter on Ponies to Bert Lloyd's Boyhood.
Added Chapter X. Bridgewater and Lunenburg to Nova Scotia: The Province that has been Passed By.
Added Chapter XXIII. Prize Winning and Losing to Bert Lloyd's Boyhood.
Added Chapter IX. Shelburne and the Loyalists to Nova Scotia: The Province that has been Passed By.
Added Chapter XXII. How Hoisting was Abolished to Bert Lloyd's Boyhood.
Added Relics of the Stone Age in Nova Scotia by Harry Piers.
Added Death of Community: A Story from Cape Breton
A 2 part video about problems in Cape Breton
Added a page for
Jim Flaherty to our Makers of Canada section.
Added Chapter VIII. Yarmouth and Shipbuilding to Nova Scotia: The Province that has been Passed By.
Added Chapter XXI. Learning to Swim to Bert Lloyd's Boyhood.

Volume IX 1893/95
The Voyages and Discoveries of the Cabots, A Chapter in the History of the Township of Onslow, N. S., Richard John Uniacke, Ships of War Lost on the Coast of Nova Scotia and Sable Island during the Eighteenth Century, Louisbourg: An Historical Sketch.
Added Chapter VII. Annapolis Royal and Digby to Nova Scotia: The Province that has been Passed By.
Added Chapter XX. A Narrow Escape to Bert Lloyd's Boyhood.
Added Edinburgh Review on books about the Hudson Bay Company (pdf)
Added British North America. This is an article from the Edinburgh Review in which it discussed several books to do with British Columbia. While providing the article I have also provided links to download the books that are reviewed in it.
Added Chapter VI. Grand Park and Evangeline to Nova Scotia: The Province that has been Passed By.
Added Chapter XIX. Victory and Defeat to Bert Lloyd's Boyhood.
Added Chapter V. Windsor and “Sam Slick”  to Nova Scotia: The Province that has been Passed By.
Added Chapter XVIII. School Experiences to Bert Lloyd's Boyhood.
Added Chapter IV. Halifax and the Haligonians  to Nova Scotia: The Province that has been Passed By.
Added Chapter XVII. The Hoisting to Bert Lloyd's Boyhood.
Added Chapter III New Scotland’s Characteristic to Nova Scotia: The Province that has been Passed By.
Added Chapter XVI. The First Days at Dr. Johnston's to Bert Lloyd's Boyhood.
Added Chapter II. New Scotland’s Beginnings to Nova Scotia: The Province that has been Passed By.
Added Chapter XV. A Change of School to Bert Lloyd's Boyhood.
Added Volume VIII 1892/94, History of Halifax City.
Started a new book, Nova Scotia: The Province that has been Passed By By Beckles Willson (1911)
Added Chapter XIV. An Honourable Scar to Bert Lloyd's Boyhood.
Added Chapter  VIII.  The Churches and their Ministers to A History of Tatamagouche. Also added the appendices to complete this book.
Added Chapter XIII. Bert at Home to Bert Lloyd's Boyhood.
Added the April 2014 newsletter of the Grand Priory of Canada.
Added Chapter VII.  From the Rise to the Decline of the Shipbuilding Industry to the Beginning of the Shipbuilding Industry to A History of Tatamagouche.
Added Chapter XII. A Question of Influence to Bert Lloyd's Boyhood.
Added Chapter VI.  From the Close of the Eighteenth Century to the Beginning of the Shipbuilding Industry to A History of Tatamagouche.
Added Chapter XI. School Life at Mr. Garrison's to Bert Lloyd's Boyhood.
Added a page about Pioneer stories of Muskoka.
Added Chapter V.  From the Arrival of the First Scotch Settlers until the end of the Eighteenth Century to A History of Tatamagouche.
Added Chapter X. Bert goes to School to Bert Lloyd's Boyhood.
Added
The J.A. Douglas McCurdy Airport, a history of the airport.
Added a little history of
Antigonish.
Added A First Reading Book in the Micmac Language.
Comprising the Micmac numerals, and names of he different kinds of Beasts, Birds, Fishes, Trees, &c.
Added Chapter IV.  The First Permanent Settlers to A History of Tatamagouche.
Added Chapter IX. Lost and Found to Bert Lloyd's Boyhood.
Added Chapter III.  The French at Tatamagouche to A History of Tatamagouche.
Added Chapter VIII. Temptation and Triumph to Bert Lloyd's Boyhood.
Added Volume VII 1889/91
Vinland, Notes on Census of 1767, Early History of St. George's Church (Part 2.), Papers relating to Early History of Church of England in Nova Scotia, Deportation of Negroes from Nova Scotia to Sierra Leone.
Added Chapter II.  Indians to A History of Tatamagouche.
Added Chapter VII. Country Experiences to Bert Lloyd's Boyhood.
A new book we're starting, A History of Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia
By Frank H. Patterson, LL.D (1917)
Added Chapter VI. At Grandfather's to Bert Lloyd's Boyhood.
Added Chapter V. The Ride in the Coach to Bert Lloyd's Boyhood.
Added a three part video on the Life of the Inuits Eskimos which I added at the foot of the page.
Added Mi'kmaq of Nova Scotia Nationhood Proclamation
Added Chapter IV. Off to the Country to Bert Lloyd's Boyhood.

Federation for Scottish Culture in Nova Scotia
Added Chapter III. No. Five Fort Street to Bert Lloyd's Boyhood.
Added Chapter II. Fireman or Soldier to Bert Lloyd's Boyhood.
Started on a new book, Bert Lloyd's Boyhood, A Story from Nova Scotia by J. MacDonald Oxley, LL.D. (1892)
Added Volume VI 1887/88
The Acadian Boundary Disputes and the Ashburton Treaty, The Loyalists at Shelburne, Early Journalism in Nova Scotia, Kings College and Episcopate in Nova Scotia, Notes on the Early History of St. George's Church, Halifax
Added Chapter XVI. Customs to Folklore of Nova Scotia. This now completes this book.
Added Chapter XV. Weather-Lore to Folklore of Nova Scotia.
Added Chapter XIV. Legends Mainly Religious to Folklore of Nova Scotia.
Added Chapter XIII. The Devil in Folklore to Folklore of Nova Scotia.
Added Chapter XII. Mermaids to Folklore of Nova Scotia.
Added Chapter XI. Attendant Spirits to Folklore of Nova Scotia.
Added Chapter X. Buried Treasure to Folklore of Nova Scotia.
Added Volume V 1886/87 The Expulsion of the Arcadian Parts 1 & 2, Gordon's Journal of Siege of Louisbourg, 1758, Papers read before Society since its Inception (showing those published)
Added Chapter IX. Fairy Lore to Folklore of Nova Scotia.


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