April 28, 2018

Please take a cyber journey to the Nova Scotia archives to access more detailed information about our treasured Shelburne Harbour as seen yesterday, a good many yesterdays ago, as it happens. This map was printed in July of 1798.

The numbers  represent the varying harbo...

Jack was born and lived in Shelburne until grade 4 when his family relocated to New Minas in Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley.

While living in New Minas his parents arranged for art lessons from a local artist.  At age 11, he was instructed in oils for only a short time b...

April 5, 2018

"George Gracie is described in Marion Robertson's KINGS BOUNTY A HISTORY OF EARLY SHELBURNE NOVA SCOTIA. Halifax. The Nova Scotia Museum 1983, as a ''remarkable blind man''. He was one of the founders of a Whalefishing Company formed in 1784 - which unfortunately cease...

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Where History Meets Hospitality is a blog about all things Nova Scotian with significant focus on Shelburne & Shelburne County Areas of Nova Scotia's South Western Shore.

Learn about the history, the people and the synergies that make this place we call home...'home'. Sometimes it will be for too short visits. Other times it may be something more extended.

Our readers are invited to comment and add ideas and observations or perhaps be a guest contributor.

Noting points of special interests, activities and events, people, food, music...the list goes on.

And perhaps you'll help us understand and explain the synergies that often contribute to the 'Calm' each of our lives  hopefully knows and appreciates.

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