2 edition of Folklore of Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia found in the catalog.
Folklore of Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia
|Statement||by Helen Creighton.|
|Series||Canada. National Museum, Ottawa. Bulletin, no. 107. Anthropological series -- 29|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||163|
Nova Scotia: County: Lunenburg: Founded: Lunenburg is a port town on the South Shore of Nova Scotia, Canada. References. Other websites. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Lunenburg. Wikivoyage has a travel guide about: Lunenburg: Lunenburg Heritage Society. At first glance, the little town of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, is picture-perfect. Under bright skies, tourists flock to Lunenburg to eat ice cream, shop for souvenirs, and learn about the town’s rich maritime history at the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic. Lunenburg is famous for its brightly coloured clapboard houses lining the narrow streets, and for its picturesque harbour, home to the.
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THE VANISHING FOLKLORE OF NOVA SCOTIA BEATRICE M. HAY SHAW. THE encycloRaedia defines the science of Folklore as a branch of the larger science of Anthropology. This is divided into three distinct parts, (a) Mythology, dealing with the religious phases of man's spiritual development, (b) The Folk Tale, such as. This pretty little coastal town, located in Southwest Nova Scotia just over an hour from Halifax, is filled with charming inns, shops, and restaurants. Even though some of streets leading down to the waterfront were blocked due to the crazy snowfall that recently hammered the province, Halifax-based travel writer Tiffany Thornton and I still.
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Genre/Form: Folklore: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Creighton, Helen. Folklore of Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Toronto ; New York: McGraw-Hill. Folklore of Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia Paperback – January 1, by Helen Creighton (Author) › Visit Amazon's Helen Creighton Page.
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Ottawa, E. Cloutier, King's. The single major work to date on the folklore of Lunenburg County is Helen Creighton's Folklore of Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia, published in by the National Museum of Canada.¹ The book is a collection of materials on various folklore genres.
Primary focus is placed on supernatural occurances and short anecdoctal stories. Mary Helen Creighton, CM (September 5, - Decem ) was a prominent Canadian collected over 4, traditional songs, stories, and beliefs in a career that spanned several decades, and she published many books and articles on Nova Scotia folk songs and folklore.
Lunenburg County / Nova Scotia Genealogy Book List. Lunenburg County Books. The "Foreign Protestants" and the Settlement of Nova Scotia Winthrop P. Bell Centre for Canadian Studies, Mount Allison University, Sackville, New Brunswick, Second Edition, ISBN Nova Scotia book The material culture of Lunenburg County reflects strong links back to decorative folk arts and crafts as practiced in the German principalities at the time of emigration to Nova Scotia.
Among the holdings at the Nova Scotia Archives, for example, are numerous examples of German penmanship, or Fraktur, created by the early settlers. Colourized Photograph of Woman Standing in front of Hebb Lake, Lunenburg Country, Nova Scotia, c By: N/A.
Price: $ Publisher:. Inventory Number: Binding: Colourized b&w photo mounted on beige mat. Lunenburg / ˈ l uː n ən b ɜːr ɡ / is a port town on the South Shore of Nova Scotia, d inthe town was one of the first British attempts to settle Protestants in Nova Scotia in an effort to displace the French colonial Roman Catholic Acadians and indigenous Mi'kmaq.
The economy was traditionally based on the offshore fishery and today Lunenburg is the site of Canada's. The South Shore of Nova Scotia is often overlooked save for a quick stop at Peggy’s Cove or Lunenburg.
Most people that visit Nova Scotia head north to the Cabot Trail, and it’s a great choice, but there are other things to do in Nova Scotia too.
CREIGHTON, Helen. Folklore of Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson Ltd., (). First Printing of the Second Edition. Pp (8),,(3). ( x mm), orange cloth, gilt lettering to spine.
Mary Helen Creighton, CM (b. September 5,Dartmouth - d. DecemDartmouth). First published by the National Museum of Canada in [NS2] Page reference in the book "Nova Scotia Immigrants to ", by Leonard H.
Smith Jr. and Norma H Smith, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD,ISBN ; This book draws upon the authors' survey of documents. For Lunenburg devotees, references to original passenger lists are given. Folklore of Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia: Helen Creighton, McGraw-Hill Ryerson: Books - or: Helen Creighton.
Nova Scotia Archives Library F/ L/ B/ C Beck, J. Murray. Lunenburg County Elections Federal and Provincial, Nova Scotia Archives Library FC/ L8/ B/ Bell, Winthrop P.
The "Foreign Protestants" and the Settlement of Nova Scotia. Toronto, Nova Scotia Archives Library F/ B Nova Scotia Residential Phone Book, White Pages Canda. Find a person in Nova Scotia by Name, Address, Postal Code or By Reverse Phone Number Lookup.
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Anna Elisabeth is one of the Protestant Settlers who founded the town of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, in Her story is a weaving of hope and hardship, death and survival played out against a backdrop of political intrigue for the domination of North America among the kings of England and France, the Protestant and Catholic churches and their pawns, the Acadians, the Micmac, and the settlers.
Northeast Folklore 4. Orono, ME: Northeast Folklore Society, Helen Creighton and Calum MacLeod. Gaelic Songs in Nova Scotia.
Ottawa: Dept. of the Secretary of State, Helen Creighton. Folk songs of Nova Scotia. Nova Scotia Dept. of Education, Helen Creighton. Bluenose Magic: Popular Beliefs and Superstitions in Nova Scotia. Folklore of Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia.
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Includes forms for ordering, or you can e-mail your request. Chester. Folklore of Nova Scotia By Mary L. Fraser: Introduction.
The purpose of this study of the Folklore of Nova Scotia was primarily academic; but the interest shown in the old stories, and the many requests for their preservation in book form, encouraged their collector to have them published.
This study does not pretend to be exhaustive.Folklore > Nova Scotia > Lunenburg (County) Germans > Nova Scotia > Lunenburg (County) > Folklore. Lunenburg (N.S.: County) > Social life and customs.Folklore of Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia / Helen Creighton.
Saved in: Main Author: Creighton, Helen, Published: Toronto ; New York: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Edition: Bridgewater (SSPL) - Nova Scotia Collection - For Use In Library Only.
Call Number Copy Status; Cre: 1: Available. Lunenburg Library (SSPL) - Reference.