2 edition of natural resources survey of Nova Scotia in 1801-1802 found in the catalog.
natural resources survey of Nova Scotia in 1801-1802
in [Truro, N.S.]
Written in English
|LC Classifications||HC117 N8 S63 1955|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
Mines and Energy Branches Natural Resources Building 50 Elizabeth Avenue P.O. Box St. John’s, NL A1B 4J6. Phone: A sundial dated in the gardens suggests an exact date for the recent work that Crawfurd noted. This was the year before Sir Archibald, who had received his baronetcy of Nova Scotia in , boosted the fortunes of Inverkip by securing a market charter for the ://
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SMITH, TITUS, farmer, surveyor, office holder, botanist, author, and journalist; b. 4 Sept. in Granby, Mass., eldest child of the Reverend Titus Smith and Damaris Nish; m. 4 Jan. Sarah Wisdom in Halifax, and they had five sons and nine daughters; d.
4 Jan. in Dutch Village (Halifax). Titus Smith’s father, a native of Massachusetts, was an itinerant minister, likely a Natural Resources | Volume II Employee Survey Report 2 S uc esT hr og P pl Strengths to Build Upon Teamwork 75% of employees feel that coworkers make an effort to help each other 70% of employees feel that they work as part of a team Employee Involvement /employeeCentre/employeeSurvey/survey/ Government of Nova Scotia Employee Survey – Department of Natural Resources 1 Section 1 - Introduction Who did we survey.
The survey was administered March 3rd - 31st,in an online format to all employees of the Nova Scotia Government.1 This report contains the Department of Natural Resources survey :// InSmith was commissioned by the Lieutenant Governor to undertake the first exhaustive study of Nova Scotia's interior.
Smith undertook three treks into the province's interior between andand submitted his findings in journals which provided a highly detailed account of Nova Scotia's forests, rivers, geological features, and of Natural Resources. Nova Scotia Archives Page 3. Nova Scotia Commissioner of Crown Lands fonds land, warrants to survey, surveyors' reports, and draft lands grants.
Series is arranged chronologically book of Surveyor Charles Morris, which contains copies of letters sent to Will of Benjamin Belcher, Nova Scotia () Will of Jacob Troop, Nova Scotia () Will of Isaac Bonnell, Nova Scotia () Will of William Wanton, New Brunswick () Will of William Schurman, Prince Edward Island () Suggested Readings Nova Scotia Commissioner of Crown Lands fonds.
Land petitions and other material. Formerly classified as RG 20 Series A. The digital content presented on this website covers only Index and records for the subsequent years,are available at the Nova Scotia Archives in microfilm format. Nova Scotia Commissioner of Crown Reel 4: William Muir, account book, Annapolis, Digby and Saint John, ; John Mullin, certificate of land ownership, ; Hugh Munro, a Gaspe Loyalist involved in trading in the Bay of Chaleur area, letter book, ; Legislative Council Minutes, ; Robert Pagan, St.
Andrews, draft dealing with legal jurisdiction of the CAMPBELL, DUGALD (Dougald), army officer, surveyor, judge, and office holder; b. or in Scotland; d. 12 April in Fredericton, N.B. Little is known of Dugald Campbell’s background, except that he was a nephew of Patrick Campbell*, a farmer, merchant, and soldier of Fort William, Scotland, who wrote an interesting account of an expedition in and to New Brunswick, the Nova Scotians are reminded provincial burn restrictions come into effect Sunday, Ma and to check online before starting a fire.
- /03/13 - (full text) * Ships passenger lists for Peter Robinson Settlers sailing Ireland to Canada (includes passenger lists and surgeon's logs of the sick and dying, plus Settlers Survey Responses ) * St.
Lawrence Steamboat Co. Passenger Records Halifax, Nova Scotia, on Januin Book at page under document No. ; AND SAID LANDS containing square feet, more or less. SUBJECT TO an Easement/ Right of Way granted by Reginald Slaunwhite to Nova Scotia Power Inc., and more particularly described in the Grant of Easement dated Novemand recorded Shows boundaries, cities and towns, principal roads, and natural features.
Prime meridian: Philadelphia. Facsim. of map compiled by Samuel Lewis found in: Carey, Mathew, General atlas. Philadelphia: s.n., Printed in 2 segments.
Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster ://?dates=&fa=partof:geography+and+map+division. Relative to the affairs of Scotland and Nova Scotia from to ; The History of the Western Highlands and Isles of Scotland From A.D.
to with an Introductory Sketch from A.D. 85 to by Donald Gregory () A study of the diet of the labouring classes in Edinburgh With this peace (), the Peace of Amiens, there came a swarm of American fishermen to the shores of Nova Scotia; many of these fishermen had previously lived in Nova Scotia; it was reported that vessels of the United States passed through the Strait of Canso, within a year.
§ War again: the Peace of Amiens comes to an end. A DAWSON, Sir JOHN WILLIAM (–), geologist, born at Pictou, Nova Scotia, on 13 Oct.was the son of James Dawson, a leading bookseller of that town, but a native of Aberdeenshire; his mother, whose maiden name was Mary Rankine, came from Stirlingshire.
He received his earlier education at the high school in Pictou, and studied at ,_John_William_(DNB01). First issue of The York Gazette appears. Colonel Thomas Talbot is granted acres for settlement on the north shores of Lake Erie (south of London).
5 November.A weekly public market is established at York Lord Selkirk's short-lived Baldoon settlement. German Company settles in Waterloo County.
Frances Gore becomes The Grant Genealogy. By Jared L. Olar February The Scottish surname of Grant is best known for the Scottish Highland clan of that name, whose present Chief is the Rt. Hon. Sir James Patrick Trevor Grant of Grant, 6th Lord Strathspey, Baronet of Nova Scotia, of Clan ~fesschequy/genealogy/ We investigated the impacts of clearcutting on the ground vegetation of remnant late-successional coastal Acadian forests in southwestern Nova Scotia.
Vegetation was sampled in 1-m2 quadrats established in 16 stands belonging to different recovery periods since clearcutting (3–54 years) and 9 late-successional forests (– years) with no signs of significant human ://:VEGE Captain Matthew Flinders (16 March – 19 July ) was an English navigator and cartographer who led the second circumnavigation of New Holland that he would subsequently call "Australia or Terra Australis" and identified it as a continent.
Abel Tasman had circumnavigated it more widely in –43 and had charted its north coast in. Murray was made a Lord of Session ina baronet in the Baronetage of Nova Scotia in and was appointed Lord Clerk Register in the same year, serving until at least Sir Thomas was the son of Sir Robert Murray of Woodend and descended from the Murrays of Tullibardine and ://An Index to Family Histories Deposited at the Scottish Genealogy Society as at 5th May ABERCROMBIE c T C of Tullibody - of Abercromby c - of Pitmedden & Birkenbog - of Fetterneir c - c of Glassaugh - c Notes taken from Northern Notes & ://Handwritten note in ink at top of map, "Mitchell's map--The dotted line shows the admitted division between England and France inand what was in the admitted line between Mass and Nova Scotia; also the recognised St.
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