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BOOK - Planter Links: Community and Culture in Colonial Nova Scotia [Nova Scotia]
Editors: Margaret Conrad and Barry Moody
Pubished by Acadiensis Press, Fredericton, 2001

Softcover... 21.95 (C$)

They came into early Nova Scotia from many backgrounds, carrying the village culture, missionary ideals, political dreams, economic ambitions and ordinary hopes of the eighteenth century. Preachers and privateers, teachers and soldiers, merchants and farmers, these men and women founded communities and planted seeds that have made a distinctive contribution to local and regional identities in the Maritime Provinces.

Contents including name of contributor and title of chapter:
  • BarryMoody: Introduction
  • Richard Lyman: Bushman Cultural Orientations: Migrations West, Migrations North
  • Robert McLaughlin: Motives for Planter Migrations: The Case of Chatham, Massachusetts
  • Daniel Conlin: They Plundered Well: Planters as Privateers, 1793-1805
  • David Murray: Just Excuses: Planter Jury Culture in Barrington Township, Nova Scotia, 1795-1837
  • Peter Haring: Judd, An "Uncompromising Whig" and Rebel Pastor in Planter Nova Scotia, 1766-1778
  • David Jaffee: New England Diaspora: Village Culture in Post-Revolutionary New Hampshire and Nova Scotia
  • Philip Girard: Preacher to Planter to Patriarch: The Vicissitudes of the Reverend James Murdoch
  • Eldon Hay: Planter Politics in Covenanter Controversies
  • Barry Cahill: Colchester Men: The Pro-Slavery Presbyterian Witness of the Reverends Daniel Cock of Truro and David Smith of Londonderry
  • Kenneth Paulsen: Lunenburg and the Formation of Local Government in Nova Scotia
  • Nancy Vogan: The Robert Moor Tunebook and Musical Culture in Eighteenth-Century Nova Scotia
  • Patricia Rogers: The Loyalist Experience in an Anglo-American Atlantic World
  • M.A. MacDonald: Clash or Collaboration: Saint John Loyalists Meet the Planters and Others of the River, 1784-1785
  • Julian Gwyn: Disposal of Property in Female Wills: Nova Scotia, 1750-1830
The fourth in a series of publications on the New England Planters in Maritime Canada produced by the Planter Studies Centre at Acadia University

236 Pages
6 x 9 inches
Softcover (perfect-bound)
ISBN13: 978-0-919107-46-5
ISBN10: 0-919107-46-X
Pubished by Acadiensis Press, Fredericton, 2001




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