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 John Farmer
John Farmer
c.1923
 
 Monument at Upper Big Tracadie
Monument at
Upper Big Tracadie
c.1988
 Excavation at the pit house
Excavation at the pit house
c.1994
 Excavation at the Acker site
Excavation at the Acker site
c.1998
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  People
Religion in the 1900s
John Farmer
Descendants of Dismal/Desmond & Gero
         
  Places          
Monument at Upper Big Tracadie
        Monument at Birchtown
  Objects            
Archaeological tools    
Basketry tradition continued
  Events          
200th Anniversary of Black Loyalists     
Excavation at the pit house
Excavation at the Acker site              
  The Story
African Nova Scotian Settlement
     
Recovering the History
 
The Continuing Struggle
 
    1900

Religion in the 1900s
 Religion in the 1900s

1915 1930
 Dismal Descendants

Dismal/Desmond and Gero Descendents
c.1940
1945 1960 1975 1990
      Monument at Birchtown

Monument at Birchtown
c. 1996
      Archaeological tools

Archaeological tools


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