Nova Scotia Archives

African Nova Scotians

in the Age of Slavery and Abolition



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"A list of people of colour settled at Preston"
Date: 26 August 1818
Reference no.: Commissioner of Public Records  Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 419 no. 90-91 (microfilm no. 15460)

Theme: Black Refugees, 1813-1834

"Halifax List: Return of American Refugee Negroes who have been received into the Province of Nova Scotia from the United States of America between 27 April 1815 and 24 October 1818"
Date: [after 24 October 1818]
Reference no.: Department of State records relating to United States claims against Great Britain under the Treaty of Ghent and the Conventions of 1818, 1822 and 1826  Nova Scotia Archives National Archives and Records Administration (Washington DC) RG 76 Entry 185 GB 1814 no. 51 G.B. 6 (microfilm copy only available at NSARM, microfilm no. 13577)

Theme: Black Refugees, 1813-1834

"Return of the black American refugees residing at Hammonds Plains"
Date: [1820?]
Reference no.: Commissioner of Public Records  Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 422 no. 19 (microfilm no. 15463)

Theme: Black Refugees, 1813-1834

Preston schoolmaster's petition for a salary
Date: 11 November 1820
Reference no.: Commissioner of Public Records  Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 422 no. 22 (microfilm no. 15463)

Theme: Black Refugees, 1813-1834

Memorial of Levin Winder
Date: 13 March 1821
Reference no.: Commissioner of Crown Lands  Nova Scotia Archives RG 20 series A vol. 85 (1821) (microfilm no. 15733)

Theme: Black Refugees, 1813-1834

Petition of Christopher Wagner and Jack Langille of Petite Riviere
Date: 14 August 1821
Reference no.: Commissioner of Crown Lands  Nova Scotia Archives RG 20 series A vol. 85 (1821) (microfilm no. 15733)

Theme: Black Refugees, 1813-1834

Marriage record of Aesop Moses and Margaret Prior, both of Annapolis
Date: 5 February 1824
Reference no.: Nova Scotia Archives St. Luke's Anglican Church, Annapolis Royal (microfilm copy only available at NSARM, microfilm no. 11199x)

Theme: Black Refugees, 1813-1834

Petition on behalf of the black people at Preston and Hammonds Plains
Date: 6 March 1824
Reference no.: Nova Scotia House of Assembly — Assembly petitions series  Nova Scotia Archives RG 5 series P vol. 80 no. 32 (microfilm no. 9972)

Theme: Black Refugees, 1813-1834

Memorial of William Deer, John Collins, Nath. Leach and Henry Broad
Date: 4 October 1824
Reference no.: Commissioner of Crown Lands  Nova Scotia Archives RG 20 series A vol. 90 (1824) (microfilm no. 15737)

Theme: Black Refugees, 1813-1834

Memorial of Gabriel Hall of Preston
Date: 7 December 1824
Reference no.: Commissioner of Crown Lands  Nova Scotia Archives RG 20 series A vol. 90 (1824) (microfilm no. 15737)

Theme: Black Refugees, 1813-1834

Petition of black residents of Hammonds Plains for assistance to build a church
Date: 18 August 1826
Reference no.: Commissioner of Public Records  Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 422 no. 33 (microfilm no. 15463)

Theme: Black Refugees, 1813-1834

Government report concerning the scarlet fever outbreak in Hammonds Plains during the fall of 1826 and winter of 1827
Date: 15 January 1827
Reference no.: Commissioner of Public Records  Nova Scotia Archives RG 1 vol. 422 no. 35 (microfilm no. 15463)

Theme: Black Refugees, 1813-1834

"Petition of the coloured people settlers at Beech Hill near Halifax"
Date: 16 February 1827
Reference no.: Nova Scotia House of Assembly — Assembly petitions series  Nova Scotia Archives RG 5 series P vol. 92 no. 83

Theme: Black Refugees, 1813-1834

"Half-yearly return of the school kept at Preston from 1st June to Ist day of November 1828"
Date: 1 November 1828
Reference no.: Nova Scotia Archives RG 14 vol. 23 no. 82 1828 (microfilm no. 21877)

Theme: Black Refugees, 1813-1834

British Army officer William Moorsom's conversation with a black refugee settler of Hammonds Plains
Date: [1829]
Reference no.: Nova Scotia Archives William Moorsom, Letters From Nova Scotia: Comprising Sketches of a Young Country (London, 1830), p. 126 (F100 / M78) (microfilm no. 3870)

Theme: Black Refugees, 1813-1834
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