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    In 1755, The Acadians of Nova Scotia were faced with an unsettling feeling of losing everything they own. It was between 1755 and 1763 that the government had decided that they would be expelling approximately ten thousand Acadians from Nova Scotia. From here, The Acadian exiles would be sent by the government to thirteen colonies along what now makes up the eastern coast of the United States . After concluding a great amount of research, the ultimate decision for this essay's thesis is that the Acadians of Nova Scotia did not deserve to be expelled from their homeland. The reason being that they were treated unfairly by the English government at that time. On top of this unfair treatment, they had jumped to conclusions about their loyalty…

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    First, I came to know about Nova Scotia from one of my cousins who is residing in Canada. Nova Scotia, especially its capital Halifax is well known for its multi-culture. It is heard that, there won’t any problem being an immigrant. It is also known for its friendly natives. The enlightened fact is, no racial discrimination towards the foreigners. The citizens only consider the immigrants as one among them. It is a very positive attitude from Nova Scotians, when considered the countries like…

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    Acadia was unmistakably a separate colony of New France, developing their own variant of the French language and traditions. The Acadians were the descendants of the 17th century colonists of Port Royal (present day Annapolis Royal). Tribulations of warfare by the French and British resulted in the tragic Grand Derangement. Expelled because of reasons by the British, dispersed throughout the British settlements, and the effect it had on the Acadian people and the history of Nova Scotia is…

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    Cajun culture, discovering a historical work on how the culture of Louisiana derived seemed quite appealing. The author of the novel, Carl A. Brasseaux, is a historian of French Colonial North America, and is known for his many works on the history of the modern-day Acadian culture. The author was born in Opelousas, Louisiana, which allowed him to become proficient in studying Louisiana 's distinct lifestyle. He graduated from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette with a Bachelors and Masters…

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    are gone but the opportunity to relax by the water is still possible when visiting one Nova Scotia’s many waterfalls. Perfect for fall weather, waterfalls are the hidden gems of Nova Scotia, much like the many beaches scattered on the shores. According to CBC there are an estimated 2,500 waterfalls in Nova Scotia with the possibly of hundreds more to still be discovered. Robyn Allen, a Nova Scotian environmental engineer and self-proclaimed waterfall hunter, wants more people to take advantage…

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    Nova Scotia Book Report

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    were the Blacks who migrated to Nova Scotia treated in comparison to what they expected? The two sources chosen for this historical essay is a journal called “Black Immigrants into Nova Scotia, 1776-1815” and the book entitled From Slavery to Freetown: Black Loyalists after the American Revolution. The significant reason why these two sources were chosen is because they consist of detailed information that depicts a considerable description of the slavery movement from the different places to…

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    The song that I will be representing is far well to Nova Scotia. Nova scotia, which is Latin for “New Scotland”, is one of three Maritime Provinces in Canada. Nova scotia is the second smallest province in Canada with up to 55,284 square kilometers of land. This land has been a destination for sailors, adventures and settlers all across history, because of there close location to the Atlantic sea and there mid tempeture climate. The song farewell to nova scotia originated in none…

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    Economic Benefit Analysis

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    would be in rural areas of Nova Scotia where unemployment rates are general higher and income low. Direct labour would provide $815 million in income, average $32.6 million annually and $1.1 billion in spinoff impacts for the region (Gardner Pinfold Consultants Inc.,…

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    In prelude to the American Revolution, a historical event shaped the foundation of Louisiana history and the formation of a new culture. This was the expansion of world super power nations, which included: France, Britain and Spain in the 17th century, to the discovery of new lands along the Atlantic coast of the North America. In 1604, a few Frenchmen embarked on an expedition to the New World, which was largely unpopulated by the French at the time. Justice Chisholm explains, “When the brave…

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    Nova Scotia is a province in Canada that is found in the South eastern part. It is a very densely populated province with a population of about a million people and yet it is among the smallest provinces in Canada. Its capital is known as Halifax. Nova Scotia is very close to the Atlantic Ocean. This Ocean also helps control the weather in the province. The province experiences cold winters and warm summers. It has got several islands among them Sable Island, and a very big island known as Cape…

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