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BOOK - The Nova Scotia Planters in the Atlantic World, 1759 - 1830
Edited by T. Stephen Henderson and Wendy G. Robicheau
Pubished by Acadiensis Press, Fredericton, 5th printing 2010

Softcover... 24.95 (C$)

The early Maritime Provinces were at the centre of a struggle for supremacy in the Atlantic World - "ground zero in the battle for North America," writes Jerry Bannister of Dalhousie University. "This is the latest in our classic series of Planter Studies on the social, economic and cultural history of the region, reflecting the influence of the new "Atlantic World" scholarship and exploring the community structures, economies, loyalties and religions of Planter Nova Scotia".

Contents including title of chapter and name of contributor:
  • James Snowdon, Planter Scholar - BARRY MOODY
  • Planter Studies and Atlantic Scholarship: The New History of 18th-Century Nova Scotia - JERRY BANNISTER
  • From Acadians to Planters in the Grand-Pré Area: An Archaelogical Perspective - JONATHAN FOWLER
  • Estate Management in Falmouth Township: Spatial Development and Re-Imagined Landscape - ALLEN ROBERTSON
  • Shaped by the Sea but Impoverished by the Soil: Chester Township to 1830 - JULIAN GWYN
  • ‘To Boston in Order for Chester’: The Seccombe Family Diaries and Planter Mobility, 1761–1783 - ALEXANDRA MONTGOMERY
  • Loyalist Expectations in a Post-Revolutionary Atlantic World - PATRICIA ROGERS
  • A Storm in a Tea-Cup: Tea and the British Atlantic in the Age of the American Revolution - RICHARD CONNORS
  • Planters and Press Gangs: A Social History of Naval Impressment in Liverpool, Nova Scotia, 1759–1815 - KEITH MERCER
  • New Light or No Light: The Religious Experience in Lunenburg, 1753–1790 - KENNETH PAULSEN
  • Petticoat Apostle: The Preaching Adventures of Susannah Lynds McCurdy - DAVID BELL
  • Silas Rand’s Autobiography: Planter Religion in the Next Generation - DANIEL C. GOODWIN
  • The Esther Clark Wright Lecture
  • ‘Clean Your Teeth and Set Straight’: Planter Children in the Early Years and Beyond - GWEN DAVIES
Edited and introduced by T. Stephen Henderson and Wendy G. Robicheau of Acadia University, with chapters by leading writers and scholars in the field, including Barry Moody, Jerry Bannister, Jonathan Fowler, Allen Roberston, Julian Gwyn, Alexandra Montgomery, Patricia Rogers, Richard Connors, Keith Mercer, Kenneth Paulsen, David Bell, Daniel C. Goodwin, and Gwen Davies. Handsomely designed and printed by Andrew Steeves, Gaspereau Press.

336 Pages
6 x 9 inches
Softcover (perfect-bound)
ISBN13: 978-0-919107-22-9
Pubished by Acadiensis Press, Fredericton, 5th printing 2010

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