Local History Books on Nova Scotia
Local History Books on Nova Scotia

To those who live there, are from there, or travel there regularly, Nova Scotia is so much more than just one of eastern Canada’s renowned Maritime Provinces. It’s also the place to be if you’re into kayaking or long to spot puffins and seals in their natural habitats. It’s also home to the Bay of Fundy, one of the world’s best locations for whale watching, as well as some of the most delicious lobster-based cuisine in the world.

However, it’s tough to say you really know Nova Scotia until you’ve explored its rich history and fascinating local culture through regional interest literature.

Get to Know Nova Scotia

Whether you’re a Nova Scotia native interested in learning more about where you’re from, a frequent visitor to the province, or simply someone who absolutely adores learning new things, regional interest literature is well worth exploring. Find out more about your own hometown, discover new locations to love, and marvel at amazing historic accounts as collected by seasoned local experts.

Learn more about Halifax, Nova Scotia’s capital, with a dedicated look at its historic South End. Discover how disasters like war, fire, and explosions shaped and reshaped the historic city.

Explore North American History with Arcadia

Arcadia Publishing is home to one of the largest collections of local interest and regional history books in all of North America. Find out what it’s like to explore your favorite interests as they relate to towns, cities, and communities all over the continent. Explore similarities and differences between hundreds of different social groups and locations.

With Arcadia in your corner, your journey toward a lifelong love of history and culture is just beginning. Explore the possibilities today!

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