Remembering Black Loyalists, Black Communities in Nova Scotia
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We wish to acknowledge and thank all the rights holders whose material appears in this virtual exhibition:

Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax
Black Cultural Centre of Nova Scotia, Dartmouth
Gibbes Museum of Art/Carolina Art Association, Charleston, South Carolina
Mr. Robert G. Kearns, private collection, Toronto
Knickles Studio and Gallery, Lunenburg
Documentary Art and Photography Division, National Archives of Canada, Ottawa
Nova Scotia Department of Education, Learning Resources and Technology, Halifax
Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management, Halifax
History Collection, Nova Scotia Museum, Halifax
Private Collection
Mrs. Ella Reddick
Shelburne County Museum, Shelburne, NS

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