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  • Oak Island's First Visitors: Irish Monks, Vikings and Templars

    New evidence and research documenting periods of European presence – likely Irish Monks, Vikings and Templars – on Oak Island from 500 to 1200 CE.

    $29.95, Paperback
  • Bounty: The Greatest Sea Story of Them All

    The unforgettable story of a famous eighteenth century mutiny aboard The Bounty, and the Lunenberg County-built replica that starred with Marlon Brando in a Hollywood film, and was later sailed by a fearless captain straight into destruction.
    $29.95, Hardcover
  • Bluenose

    The extensively illustrated story of Nova Scotia's iconic Bluenose
    $19.95, Paperback
  • Alexander Graham Bell

    The world of communications was forever changed by his invention of the telephone, but that's not all Alexander Graham Bell put his mind to
    $16.95, Paperback
  • Shipwrecks Off the East Coast

    In this book, Carmel Vivier tells the stories of nine ill-fated vessels who navigated the treacherous waters of the Atlantic.
    $16.95, Paperback
  • Lighthouses of Nova Scotia

    The fascinating history of the lighthouses of Nova Scotia and its seafaring past come alive in this illustrated, highly engaging account

    $24.95, Paperback
  • Rum, Blood & Treasure

    Murder, mystery and scandal are all here in these true stories of Atlantic Canada
    $24.95, Paperback
  • Canada's Bastions of Empire

    The story of Canadas two British naval bases and their little-known role in preserving Canada for 170 years
    $29.95, Hardcover
  • The Mystery of the Oak Island Treasure

    The mysteries of the Oak Island treasure that have baffled for over 200 years

    $16.95, Paperback
    Interest ages: 11-18
  • Pirates and Privateers

    Murder, mutiny, and mayhem were the order of the day in the seas off the East Coast during the golden age of sailing. Pillagers and opportunists plied the seas in search of riches in the holds of American ships. And they invariably found what they were looking for...
    $16.95, Paperback
  • The Discovery of Weather

    How we learned to forecast weather--and the extraordinary story of the prediction that came true for one of the century's worst storms on the East Coast
    $29.95, Hardcover
  • Inventing Academic Freedom

    An account of the campus sit-in and ensuing controversy that triggered a revolution in Canadian universities and was key to establishing the principles of academic freedom in Canada
    $22.95, Paperback
  • Titanic: The Cookbook

    Dishes selected from the Titanic's grand dining rooms, with the flair and style of another era
    $24.95, Paperback
  • Voyage of the Iceberg

    A classic work of natural history, in a new edition to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic
    $19.95, Paperback
  • Canada's Rumrunners

    It is safe to say that America would have been a much drier place during Prohibition if Canadians had not rushed to the aid of their neighbours. While the United States was in full Prohibition (1920-1933), Canadian entrepreneurs were hard at work across the country supplying liquor by the barrel-load.
    $9.95, Paperback
  • Rescues on the High Seas

    The ocean is not always a friendly place to be, but for some this is their place of work. In bad conditions, waves can rip oil rigs apart, leaving survivors in desperate need. The response of search and rescue teams in times of danger is marked by courage and fierce determination. And it results in some terrifying stories.

    $9.95, Paperback
  • Unsung Heroes of the Royal Canadian Navy

    At the outbreak of World War II, the Royal Canadian Navy consisted of just 13 warships and about 3000 permanent and reserve members. By the war's end, however, it had grown into the third largest navy in the world. Together, they exceeded even the highest expectations of their allies.

    $9.95, Paperback
  • The Golden Age of Liberalism

    Journalist, politician, cabinet minister, Governor-General, New Brunswicker Roméo Leblanc was a leading Liberal politician. He was also an Acadian, proud of his heritage and always conscious of the impact of federal measures on the Maritime Acadian community. This is his biography, written by the noted Acadian historian Naomi Griffiths.

    $35.00, Hardcover
  • Heroes of the Acadian Resistance

    Heroes of the Acadian Resistance tells the unique story of 2 young men who became leaders of guerrilla fighters by resisting the British authorities in Nova Scotia. Fighting to prevent the destruction of Acadian homes, farms, & the forcible deportation of thousands. This book tells the tragic well-known story of the 1755 Expulsion of the Acadians.

    $22.95, Paperback
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