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December 2016 - Vo. 41 #4

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September 2016 - Vo. 41 #3

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June 2016 - Vo. 41 #2

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March 2016 - Vo. 41 #1

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December 2015 - Vo. 40 #4

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September 2015 - Vo. 40 #3

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June 2015 - Vo. 40 #2

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September 2015 - Vo. 40 #1

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December 2014 - Vo. 39 #4

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3 ARTIST Evgenia Makogon
4 Religious Heritage Churches: Lost and Found David A. Sutherland
6 AWARDS Église Ste-Marie et le Communauté de Pointe-de-l’Église/ Church of Ste-Marie and the Community of Church Point André Valotaire
8 ADAPTIVE REUSE Repurposing Granville Ferry's Holy Trinity Church House, Annapolis Royal Hal Oare Judy Kennedy
9 HERITAGE DOCUMENTENTATION Spherical Images of Church Interiors Richard Novossiltzeff
12 Heritage Maintenance Let’s Reduce the Energy Costs in our Houses of Worship Arthur A. Irwin
16 lectures Church and Cemetery – Heritage in Transition Janet Morris
18 Musical Heritage Throw Out the Lifeline – Maritimes Organs at Risk Freeman Dryden

September 2014 - Vo. 39 #3

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3 ARTIST Michelle SaintOnge
4 LECTURE Allen Penney: Clifton House - a Picturesque Estate Janet Morris
6 HERITAGE ACCESS Doors Open Halifax Hugh MacKay
8 HERITAGE CONSERVATION The Peter Bonnett House, Annapolis Royal Hal Oare
10 REGISTERED PROPERTY 276 Portland Street, Dartmouth, and the Charles Pearce family Todd Kramers
13 HERITAGE FOR SALE Captain Thomas Roy House, Maitland, 1878 Elizabeth Burke
14 WORKSHOP REPORT Old Stones: from Exploration to Preservation Donald Forbes
17 LECTURE Bill Hockey: Making a Better World − Economic and Other Benefits of Preserving our Built Heritage Janet Morris
19 HERITAGE REVEALED The L. Higgins & Co. Sign, Barrington Street, Halifax September 2014 1 Garry D. Shutlak

June 2014 - Vo. 39 #2

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3 ARTIST Margaret Dugandzic
5 AWARDS Bank of Nova Scotia (Main Branch), Halifax Elizabeth Burke
6 HERITAGE TOURS Around the Block in 264 Years: Heritage Walking Tour Joanne McCarthy O’Leary
8 HERITAGE INSTITUTION The University of King’s College at 225 Henry Roper
11 BUILDER’S MANUAL Wonderful Winders: Turning Scary Stairs into Safe Stairs Bruce MacNab
12 ARCHIVES Early Aerial Photography of Halifax: a Time Capsule of Our Heritage Dirk Werle
16 LECTURE Allan Marble: Destined for Demolition: Hospital Buildings Constructed in Nova Scotia 1867-1950 Marilyn Gurney
18 LECTURE Justin Helm: Victorian Ornamental Hardware in the Maritimes: 1860-1910 Linda Forbes
20 CONSERVATION METHODS Mapping the Morris Building: Survey Firm Gives Back David Males
22 LECTURE Judith Fingard: Licensed Drinking Establishments in Temperance-Era Halifax Marilyn Gurney

March 2014 - Vo. 39 #1

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2 REPORT President’s Report Linda Forbes
3 ARTISTS Nicole Power
6 AWARDS 2013 Built Heritage Awards Elizabeth Burke
8 AWARDS Award to Art Gallery of Nova Scotia for Preservation and Restoration of the Maud Lewis House Janet Morris
10 HERITAGE LOST An African Nova Scotian Community in Richmond Garry D. Shutlak
13 BUILDER'S MANUAL A Photo Finish for a Southampton Home Bruce MacNab
14 LECTURE Bruce MacNab: The magical mystery tour Janet Morris
16 PLACES OF WORSHIP St. Paul's Anglican Church, Northfield, Hants County Holly Hanes
18 OPINION Corners are Important Alan Ruffman

December 2013 - Vo. 38 #4

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2 REPORT President’s Report Linda Forbes
5 HERITAGE BUILDING Town of Amherst Sets Example of Adaptive Re-Use Donald Forbes
6 COMMUNITY / HERITAGE BUILDING Whitney Pier’s Polish Village Hall (1949) Tom Urbaniak
8 LECTURE A.J.B. Johnston: A Phoenix called Louisbourg − Top 10 History of Louisbourg: Past, Present, Future Janet Morris
10 LECTURE Kevin Robins: Military Life at Citadel Hill during the War of 1812-1814 Dulcie Conrad and Janet Morris
12 HERITAGE BUILDING 23 Pine Street, Austenville, Dartmouth Holly Gunn
15 CONFERENCE 2013 Nova Scotia Heritage Officers’ Conference Sara Beanlands
15 NEWS Heritage Canada - The National Trust Tom Urbaniak

September 2013 - Vo. 38 #3

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2 REPORT President’s Report Linda Forbes
4 EVENT Doors Open Halifax Hugh MacKay
6 EDUCATION Nova Scotia's Students Celebrate Our History and Culture Janice Zann
7 HERITAGE BUILDING/EVENT Wile Carding Mill of Bridewater Barbara Thompson
8 AWARDS A Lifetime Achievement Award for Lyndon Watkins, Schmidtville Elizabeth Burke
10 HERITAGE HOUSES/AWARDS Showcasing the Schmidt Daughters' Cottages Elizabeth Burke
12 HERITAGE BUILDINGS A Convenient Disconnect - When Heritage Matters Austin Parsons
13 COMMUNITY/HERITAGE BUILDING St. Patrick's-Alenxandra: Community Not Hopeful City Council is Sincere Dulcie Conrad
15 LECTURE Iris Shea: Foreign Protestant Descendants at the North West Arm Janet Morris
17 LECTURE Charles Burke:"I Often Wonder WHat Become of Her": Beryal Markham's Atlantic Crossing September 5, 1936
19 BUILDER'S MANUAL Patching Plaster Walls with Drywall Bruce MacNab

June 2013 - Vo. 38 #2

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3 ARTIST Pat Shattuck
4 REPORT President's Report - Linda Forbes
5 AT THE OFFICE Trials and Tribulations of Charles Morris Jr. - Don Chard
6 SPOKEN WORD It Doesn't Take Much - El Jones
7 LECTURE Colin Larocque and JOnathan Fowler - Janet Morris
8 HERITAGE BUILDING Architectural Value of the Morris House- Janet Pacey
9 PHOTO ESSAY Morris Office 1764-2013 - Aaron Murnaghan
12 CHALLENGES The Bumps along the Road - Phil Pacey
14 VISION FOR THE FUTURE Walking Alongside Our Youth - Carol Charlebois
15 ARTISTS From the Artists' Point of View - Linda Forbes

March 2013 - Vo. 38 #1

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2 REPORT President’s Report Linda Forbes
4 AWARDS - HTNS Built Heritage Awards - 2012 Winners
8 HERITAGE SITES - Bridgewater's Brookside Cemetery Peter Oickle
10 HERITAGE BUILDINGS - Chester's Lightfoot Tower Glen Macleod
12 HERITAGE LOST - Halifax's South End Railway Cut Barry Copp
14 REVIEW - Bruce Armstrong's Touchstones: Encounters with the Spirit of Nova Scotia Holly Gunn
15 HERITAGE SITES Bridges to Cross: A Report from Mill Village Murray kirkpatrick and Richard Mueller
16 BUILDER'S MANUAL The Framing Square Bruce MacNab
17 HERITAGE HOUSES - Dartmouth Heritage House Tour Don Chard
19 NOTICE - New Digital Collection

December 2012 - Vo. 37 #4

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2 REPORT President’s Report Peter Delefes
4 Heritage Houses Lunenburg Heritage Society’s 2012 House Tour John Bell
7 EDUCATION From Local Heritage Fairs to National Exposure Janice R. Zann
8 Heritage Houses The George Rent House on South Park Street Garry D. Shutlak
9 Buildings at Risk Saving the Shore Lights of Nova Scotia E.W. Hamilton
10 Heritage LOST Some Examples of the Architecture of Poor Houses and County Homes in Nova Scotia Allan E. Marble
12 Heritage Organizations Heritage Cape Breton Connection Cooperative Limited Tammy MacNeil
13 Heritage Houses/Heritage for Sale Lowden House
14 Heritage Organizations The Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County Visits Nova Scotia Amy Gaston
15 BUILDER’S MANUA L The Naked Truth: Cast Iron Bathtubs vs. Acrylic Imposters Bruce MacNab
16 REVIEW W. P. Kerr’s History Etched in Stone Karin Salk
18 REVIEW Frances Jewel Dickson’s Destination White Point Holly Gunn

September 2012 - Vo. 37 #3

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2 REPORT President’s Report Peter Delefes
4 Education Heritage Carpentry at Lunenburg Campus, NSCC Brent Kaulback
6 Where Did He Live? Harold R. Foster — Creator of the Prince Valiant Adventure Comic Strip Peter Delefes
8 Heritage Houses/Buildings at Risk A Blockhouse Landmark Is Rescued from Demolition John Bell
9 Lecture Jeffrey Reed: Broadening and Deepening Our Understanding of Heritage Erin Harrison
10 Heritage Sites The Landscape of Grand Pré Beth Keech
12 IN MEMORIAM Joyce Margaret McCulloch
13 Heritage Sites Three Cultures, One Land, Rich in History Sally Ross
15 BUILDER’S MANUA L Reviving a Kitchen Classic Bruce MacNab
16 Heritage Houses Maison Mouchet Janet McGinity and Donna McInnis
18 Heritage House/Heritage for Sale Ellershausen Manor Elizabeth Burke
19 Review Mike Parker’s Ghost Islands Donna McInnis

June 2012 - Vo.l 37 #2

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2 REPORT President’s Report Peter Delefes
4 BUILDER’S MANUAL Stained Glass Restoration at St. Mark’s, Middle LaHave Penny Bedal
6 LECTURE Tom Urbaniak: Heritage Charter for Nova Scotia Proposed Janet Morris
8 LECTURE Claire Campbell: How Canadian Cities Present Their History Janet Morris
10 AWARDS 2011 Built Heritage Award Winners Elizabeth Burke
12 LECTURE Royce Walker: Rediscover McNabs Island Janet Morris
13 WHERE DID SHE LIVE? Titanic Survivor Hilda Mary Slayter Garry Shutlak
14 BUILDER’S MANUAL Grab Your Shingle Iron - and Your Band-Aids Bruce MacNab
15 HERITAGE STRUCTURES Provincial Designation of the Stone Bridge at Chester Gail Smith
16 HERITAGE HOUSES/BUILDINGS AT RISK New Research on the ‘Morris Building’ - May 2012 Jonathan Fowler
18 LECTURE Laura DeBoer: Archaeology of Standing Buildings Janet Morris

Dec 2011 & March 2012 - Vol. 36 #4 & Vol. 37 #1 (combined)

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2 REPORT President’s Report, Peter Delefes
3 BUILDER’S MANUAL Hanging Chimneys, Joan Flewwelling
4 BUILDER’S MANUAL Historic Fences of Truro, Joe Ballard
6 COMMENTARY Pro-Active Steps Needed to Protect Heritage Properties, Peter C. Oickle
8 HERITAGE HOUSES/ADAPTIVE RE-USE Early Days in Peggy’s Cove, Donna McInnis
10 ADAPTIVE RE-USE Nostalgia Strikes at the Rollways, Springhill,> Bruce MacNab
12 COMMENTARY Promised Historic Conservation District in Southend Halifax, Philip Pacey
12 LECTURE Barbara DeLory: Seeing Halifax through its Art, Janet Morris
13 HERITAGE SITES Nova Scotia’s Experience of War, 1812-15, Julian Gwyn
14 BUILDER’S MANUAL Lequille Home Offers a Lesson in Architectural Subtlety, Bruce MacNab
16 LECTURE Sharon and Wayne Ingalls: The Fabled Shores of Bedford Basin, Janet Morris
18 REVIEW Three Centuries of Public ART: Historic Halifax Regional Municipality, John Bell

September 2011 - Vol. 36 #3

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p. 2 REPORT President’s Report by Peter Delefes
p. 3 BUILDINGS AT RISK Clements House, Chebogue Ruth-Anne Lawrence and Virginia Kleiner
p. 4 HERITAGE SITES/BUILDINGS AT RISK Preserving the Built Heritage of McNabs Island by Paul Erickson
p. 6 HERITAGE SITES Electric City – New France by Donna McInnis
p. 8 EVENTS/BUILDINGS Truro’s Heritage on Display by Hal Oare and Linda Forbes
p. 10 LECTURE Conrad Byers: Times Challenge Heritage Preservation: The Parrsboro Response by Janet Morris
p. 11 BUILDER’S MANUAL Match the Past: Traditional Exterior Trim Meets Modern Doors and Windows by Bruce MacNab
p. 13 EDUCATION Preservation Through Education – Provincial Heritage Conference 2011: by Streetscapes, Cultural Landscapes and Contemporary Technology by Andrena Teed
p. 14 COMMUNITIES Planters of Cobequid, Nova Scotia (Now Colchester County) by Janice R. Zann
June 2011 - Vol 36 #2

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p. 2 REPORT President’s Report, Peter Delefes
p. 3 RELIGIOUS BUILDINGS St. Andrew’s United Church, Baddeck Forks, Joan MacInnes
p. 4 BUILDER’S MANUAL/RELIGIOUS BUILDINGS The Restoration of a Historic Gem, Arthur Irwin
p. 5 LECTURE Iris Shea: The Pool House in Jollimore: Uncovering the Mystery of this 19th Century House, Donna McInnis
p. 6 LECTURE Graeme Du!us: A Halifax History of Masonry and Architecture, Janet Morris
p. 8 BUILDER’S MANUAL Cabin Corners Conquered, Bruce MacNab
p. 10 BUILDINGS AT RISK In Support of the Barrington Street Heritage Conservation District, Linda Forbes
p. 12 PROFILE Henry Peters–Joiner, Contractor, Builder, Developer (1824-1890), Garry D. Shutlak
p. 13 COMMENTARY An Opinion About “Development” in Historic Dartmouth, Jean Kryszek Chard
p. 14 LECTURE Sara Beanlands: Acadian Life Illuminated in the Life of the Rev. Dr. Andrew Brown, Janet Morris

March 2011 - Vol. 36 #1

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p. 2 REPORT President’s Report, Peter Delefes
p. 3 RELIGIOUS BUILDINGS The Many Chapels of King’s College, Taunya Dawson
p. 6 RELIGIOUS BUILDINGS/BUILDINGS AT RISK Église Saint Jean-Baptiste, Corberrie, Fr. Maurice LeBlanc
p. 7 HERITAGE BUILDINGS The Bandstand in the Halifax Public Gardens, Lyndon Watkins
p. 8 BUILDER’S MANUAL The Conservation and Restoration of Stained Glass, Norbert Sattler
p. 12 ADAPTIVE RE-USE School’s Out! : Breath of Life Comes to Truro’s Surplus Schools, Janice R. Zann
p. 13 INFORMATION/GUIDES New Means to Explore New Buildings
p. 14 LECTURE Dr. Paul Bennett: Endangered Schoolhouses: The Palace Schools of Victorian and Edwardian Nova Scotia, Janet Morris
p. 15 BUILDER’S MANUAL Diamond-Lock Shingles, Bruce MacNab
December 2010 - Vol. 35 #4

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p. 2 REPORT President’s Report Peter Delefes
p. 3 HERITAGE HOUSES/HERITAGE FOR SALE A Beautiful 100 Year Old House, Nancy O’Brien
p. 4 HERITAGE HOUSES Dating a House: The Oldest House in Chester Basin?, Brian Murphy
p. 8 EVENTS/BUILDINGS Dartmouth Heritage House Tour, Hal Oare
p. 10 LECTURE Ian Cameron: Forgotten First Landings in Canada: Lawlor’s Island Quarantine Station, Janet Morris
p. 11 PROJECTS/COMMUNITIES HTNS and Waymarking – an Opportunity, Dan Earle
p. 12 Lecture Allan Marble: Would You Like to Live in These Houses? Poor House Buildings and the Care of the Poor in Nova Scotia, 1758-1970, Sara J. Beanlands
p. 13 HERITAGE HOUSES The Uniacke-Sawyer House, 5720 Inglis Street, Halifax, Garry D. Shutlak
p. 14 EVENTS/RELIGIOUS BUILDINGS English Theatre Songs Illustrate Lecture at St. John’s, Lunenburg, Donna McInnis
p. 14 COMMENTARY Ned Kaufman: “This Land Is Your Land, This Land is My Land”: Whose Land Is It, Anyway?, Catherine Nasmith
p. 15 BUILDER’S MANUAL Picture This, Bruce MacNab
p. 16 BOOKS Atlantic Canada in Print
September 2010 - Vol. 35 #3

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p. 2 - President’s Report, Peter Delefes
p. 3 - The Story of the CBC Building at Sackville & Bell Rd., Halifax, J. Philip Dumaresq
p. 4 - Part II: The Last Remaining Fisherman’s House on McNutt’s Island, Anne Yarbrough
p. 6 - What Good Are Old Churches?, Dulcie Conrad
p. 8 - Saving a Church for the Community – Central Chebogue United Baptist Church, Mark Fuller
p. 10 - The Historical Society as a “Developer”: The Case of Old Sydney Society, Joyce Rankin and Tom Urbaniak
p. 13 - Learning to Connect with Our Heritage
p. 14 - Brian Robinson: Halifax’s Fortified Heritage
p. 15 - Marilyn Gurney: The King’s Yard
p. 17 - What’s Up with Balloon Framing?, Bruce MacNab
p. 18 - Is a Heritage Building Project Right for You?, Jane Nicholson, Mrs. Nicholson, Inc.
p. 19 - Executive and Board of Trustees 2010-2011, Nominating Committee
June 2010 - Vol. 35 #2

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p.1 "Pat Shattuck – Watercolourist"
p.4 "The Last Remaining Fisherman’s House on McNutt’s Island" by Anne Yarbrough
p.6 "Chester Basin – Celebrating 250 Years" by Glenda Redden
p.8 "Cruciform Houses: A roof-framer’s delight" by Bruce MacNab
p.9 "President’s Report" by Peter Delefes
p.10 "Painted Rooms Project" by Leeann Roy, Erin Flegg and Andrew Powter
p.13 "David Stirling’s Houses" Lecture by Garry Shutlak
p.14 "Acadian Painting before 1963": Lecture by Fr. Maurice LeBlanc
p.14 "Township Life in the Time of the Planters (1760-1815)" review by John Whidden
p.15 "Chapel in the Pines" Lecture by Arthur Irwin
p.16 "The Memorial Windows of St. Paul’s, Bridgewater" by Peter C. Oickle
p.19 "Looking to the Future for Stella Maris Church" by The Ferguson’s Cove Neighbourhood Association

March 2010 - Vol 35 #1

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Resurrection: the Kelly Building by Wallie Brannen…..1
City Rants -  The Granville Street Canyon  by A Disenchanted Tour Guide…..4
The Herald Block, Argyle Street  by Garry D Shutlak…..5
“Requiem for the Victoria Apartments”…..6
Save the Building, Somewhere by Paul Kellogg…..7
What Future for Stella Maris Church?.....7
President’s Report…..8
Stretching Shingles by Bruce MacNab…..9
Reinstating the Historic Gardiner’s Mill Dam by Michael Tavares….10
Struggle to Open, Struggle to Survive: St. Mary’s College (1802-1952): Lecture by Peter McGuigan…..12
Halifax’s Memorial Tower: Its Design and Construction (Part II)
by Brian Cuthbertson…..13
Heritage for Sale – Award-winning church conversion…..17
Planter Nova Scotia Celebrates in 2010: Its 250th Anniversary by Julian Gwyn…..18

Dec 2009 - Vol. 34 #4

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p. 1, "Artistry in Wood and Glass Contributes to the Maritime Conservatory for the Performing Arts" by Michael Tavares
p. 3, "The Cottage in the Dingle - Sandford Fleming's Rustic Retreat" by Heather Watts & Iris Shea
p. 5, "Publicly Sponsored Twin Towers Would Obliterate Public Harbour Views"
p. 7, "Morris and Hollis Streets: Four Iconic Buildings Lost" by Janet Morris with research by E. Pacey
p. 8, "Passionate About Buildings": Anthony Tung lecture
p. 10, "Heritage Canada Conference Report, Not just preaching to the converted" by Andrew Powter
p. 11, "Halifax's Memorial Tower: Its Design and Construction I" by Brian Cuthbertson
p. 13, "Queens County Museum/Perkins House Complex" by Linda Rafuse
p. 14, "Lunenburg and Dartmouth Historic House Tours" by Hal Oare
p. 15, "Another Chance for Hazel Hill" DB
p. 17, "The Troop Barn: An Architectural "Moveable Feast" by Janet Morris
p. 18, "An Architectural Illusion for the Ages" by Bruce MacNab
p. 19, "Municipal Designation of the Captain Joseph Hall House, Granville Ferry" by Judy Kennedy, a neighbour
p. 20, "Peter Coffman Decodes Nova Scotia Gothic " JM
p. 24, "Pictou County Cemeteries" by Karen McKay
p. 26, "Who Has Heard of Imperoyal Village?": Rev. Dr. J. Hartley lecture JD

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September 2009 - Vol. 34 #2

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p. 1 French Village Train Station by Peter Delefes
p. 4 The Putnam-Frieze House, Maitland by Roy Rhyno
p. 7 Soon to be Gone: End of the Roy Building by Garry D. Shutlak
p. 8 Survey of Industrial Archaeology of Nova Scotia aims to collect data
p. 9 The Great Influenza Pandemic of 1918-1919: The Nova Scotia Experience
p. 11 Interpreting Pre-Deportation Era Acadian Houses
p. 12 Recollections of Town and Gown in a Rhodes & Curry Building : the Antigonish Heritage Museum by Jocelyn Gillis
p .15 Why Modern Buildings Leak : A Builder’s Secret that Might Prevent Millions in Damages by Bruce MacNab
p. 17 Jaw Bone Corner Cemetery by Maynard Stevens, Kings County Historical Society
p. 18 Maitland, East Hants: Community Participation in Province’s First Heritage Conservation District by Bill Plaskett
p. 19 Summer Rambles: Bridgewater Re-visioned by Janet Morris
p. 20 Safe for Now - Mothballing Historic Places by Jeffrey Reed
p. 21 Hat Accompli by Jens Jensen

March 2009 - Vol. 34 #1(index under construction)

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p 1 The Grand Old Lady of Gottingen Street –Who is She? by Eileen Riley
p 3 Deregistration of Dimock House by Wendy Elliott
p 4 AGORA-L, a Discussion List Hosted by the Heritage Canada Foundation by Graeme F. Duffus, NSAA
p 5 Adaptive Re-use: Keeping Historic Places Alive Collins Bank, 1869 Upper Water Street by Peter Delefes
p 6 Heritage Tourism in Yarmouth
p 7 The Little Museum that Could: Parkdale–Maplewood Community Museum, Lunenburg County by Donna M. Smith
p 8 Time Frame–McCully Collection: Aerial Photographs of Nova Scotia 1931 by Conrad Byers, Time Frame Resource
p 11 Another Reason to Bring Back the Trains! Restoration of Annapolis Royal Train Station wins 2008 Built Heritage Award by Janet Morris
p 12 President’s Report for January, 2009 by Dr. Philip Pacey
p 13 Where Did She Live ? Sarah Howard (1816-1871) by Elizabeth Lambie

March2008 - Vol. 33 #1 (index under construction)

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March 2007 - Vol. 32 #1

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p. 1 “Where did they live? Historic Houses and Those who lived in them: Thurso, Dartmouth 1872” Anthony Lamplugh
p. 4 “February Lecture: Haligonian Trams: Our Disappeared Heritage” Joan Dawson
p. 5 “The Scottish Buildings of Rural & Urban Pictou” Darrell Burke
p. 7 “Let’s Act to Protect Our Lighthouses” Philip Pacey
p. 10 “The Re-opening of McCulloch House, a Story of Cooperation” Darrell Burk
p. 12 “November Lecture: Conservation of Canada’s Vimy Monument” Joan Dawson
p. 13 “J.C. Dumaresq: A Local Boy Makes Good: Garry P. Shutlak
p. 14 “Energy Efficiency in Heritage Structures” Arthur Irwin
p. 16 “In Memoriam: Frederick White Matthews” Philip Hartling
p. 17 “Proposed Amendments to Heritage Property Act May Prevent Repeats of Merkel House Fiasco-Is it too late Coburg Cottage?” Fred Hutchinson with references from City Ramble by Garry D. Shutlak

June 2007 - Vol. 32 #2

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p. 1, “Brunswick Street Gothic: Saint Patrick’s Church” Wallace Brannen
p. 5, “Tantramar Heritage Trust and the Boultenhouse Heritage Centre”
p. 6, “April Lecture: The Painted Room”
p. 7, “Sydney Architects: R.B. Whitten” Garry Shutlak
p. 8, “Beautiful Cities” Janet Morris
p. 9, “The Rotunda: A Survivor” Sharon Ingalls
p. 10, “Gothic Revival Revived” Dan Earle
p. 12, “Annapolis Royal Unveils Prince of Wales Plaque”
p. 13, “March Lecture: New Houses of Worship: The Built Heritage of Baptist Churches of Annapolis and Digby Counties”
p. 14, “CVE Announces it’s First Canadian Historic Preservation Summer Volunteer Program”
p. 15, “Conference Report: Embracing the Heritage Advantage”
p. 16, “Workshop Series: Liverpool”

December 2007 - Vol. 32 #3 & 4

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p. 1, “A Stunning Adaptive Re-use” Awards Committee
p. 3, “Chebucto Road School” Garry Shutlak
p. 5, “Cart Trails & Cartographers” Joan Dawson
p. 7, “The “Halifax SOS” Meeting: Human Scale in the Urban Core” Dr. Philip Pacey
p. 8, “Grand Pre UNESCO Designation Ahead” Wendy Elliott
p. 9, “A Survey of the Life & Times of John Wentworth” Janet Morris
p. 10, “Another Mansion Down: The Brookfield-Stanbury House” Garry Stutlak
p. 13, “McNab’s Island: An Autumn Pleasure Ground” Janet Morris
p. 14, “Lunenburg Heritage House Tour” Janet Morris
p. 15, “Living History in Dartmouth” Linda Forbes
p. 17, “What’s up Around the Province” Michael Tavares
p. 17, “Nova Scotia Heritage Property Program” Kevin Barrett
p. 18, “Built Heritage Certificate Presentation”

March 2006 - Vol. 31 #1

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p. 1 “Nova Scotia’s Provincial Normal College: Truro’s Architectural Jewel” Jan Zann
p. 2 “January Lecture: The Historic Places Initiative” Joan Dawson
p. 2 “Rockingham Heritage Society Heritage Day Annual Dinner & Talk” Janet Morris
p. 4 “Towers Threaten Citadel Views & Historic District”
p. 5 “February Lecture: All Saints Cathedral in Halifax” Joan Dawson
p. 7 “December Lecture: Restoration or Rehabilitation: The Befores & Afters” Joan Dawson
p. 8 “Nova Scotia’s Rural Schools”
p. 9 “Architects, W.R. Mulholland & H.E. Gates” Garry Shutlak
p. 10 “Heritage Canada Foundation Annual Conference 206: Heritage in an Electronic Age”
p. 12 “Communities Committee Report: Hazel Hill, Guysborough County CB” Molly Titus
p. 14 “Couple Wins Truro Heritage Award”

June 2006 - Vol. 31 #2

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p. 1 “Fate of the Historic Dennis Building now Hangs on Government Decision” Elizabeth Pacey with historical research by Irene Fennell
p. 3 “Newly Municipally Registered Heritage Properties”
p. 5 “Quaker House, Dartmouth” Lisa O’Neill
p. 6 “May Lecture: Looking at Our Nova Scotia Heritage Houses”
p. 7 “Admiral Digby Library & Historical Society Admiral Digby Museum”
p. 9 “First Annual Municipal Heritage Officers Conference Garners good Reviews” Meghan Hallett
p. 9 “HRM Capital District 2006 Urban Design Awards & the Winners Are”
p. 10 “Yarmouth: The Gateway to Nova Scotia” Garry Shutlak
p. 12 “March Lecture: The House that made Pugwash” Joan Dawson
p. 12 “New Brochure explodes myths about old homes and insurance” Maggie Holm
p. 13 “Where do Heritage Values Come From” Alastair Kerr
p. 16 “April Lecture: Greek Classical Architecture & its influence in Nova Scotia” Joan Dawson
p. 17 “Kings Hants Heritage Connection” John Whidden

September 2006 - Vol. 31 #3

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p. 1 “Norway House in Lord Strathcona’s Time” Janet Morris
p. 4 “Heritage Trust Congratulates Elizabeth Pacey on the Order of Canada”
p. 5 “Annapolis Royal Watercolours” SS
p. 7 “The Nova Scotia Lighthouse Preservation Society”
p. 9 “Cole Harbour Meeting House” Terry Eyland
p. 10 “Prefabricated Houses: The Demountable House” Garry P. Shutlak
p. 13 “The Kelly Building: A Summary” Philip Pacey
p. 17 “June Lecture: Halifax History Underground” Janet Morris
p. 17 “Annapolis Royal Awarded Prince of Wales Prize”
p. 18 “Heritage Superstar Attracts Sell-Out Crowd to Old House Seminar & Forum” Janet Morris

December 2006 - Vol. 31 #4

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p. 1 “George E. Hutchinson, the Traveling Architect” Garry D. Shutlak
p. 5 “Christmas Past in Nova Scotia” Joan Dawson
p. 7 “Heritage Canada Foundation Annual Conference & Expo 2006”
p. 9 “Biography: Charles Morris 1711 – 1781” F. Hutchinson 
p. 10 “Heritage Trust House Tour”
p. 11 “2006: Historic Schmidtville”
p. 13 “September Lecture: Telegraphic Buzz”
p. 13 “Two Heritage-minded Nova Scotians recognized with Order of Canada”
p. 14 “October Lecture: New Lights for a Country Church &…”
p. 14 “Truro Historica Fair”
p. 16 “The History of Forester’s Hall” David Brown

March 2005 - Vol. 30 #1

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p. 1 “Windsor’s conflagration & subsequent rebirth as an architecturally-designed town” Garry D. Shutlak
p. 2 “The Stars & Stripes to be raised on Deadman’s Island, May 30"
p. 3 “Hazel Hill: A Telegrapher’s Community” Graeme F. Duffus
p. 5 “Significant Heritage Churches in Torbrook Mines, Annapolis County” Homer Noble
p. 6 “HTNS confers built Heritage Award”
p. 7 “Bicentennial celebrated at Commander’s Residence” Elizabeth Pacey
p. 9 “February Lecture: Great Fires of Halifax”
p. 12 “Rosemary Cassandra Eaton, 1919 – 2004” Barbara Hinds
p. 13 “January Lecture: Old Nova Scotia Courthouses”
p. 14 “25 years of preserving Bedford’s History & Heritage” Tony Edwards
p. 15 “Avondale/Newport Landing – A Planter Place” Pat Gould – Thorpe
p. 16 “Award Honouring Yogi Jenson”
p. 17 “Yarmouth County Heritage Authority Being Proposed” Eric Bourque
p. 18 “Annual Heritage Entrepreneur Award goes to Hal Forbes”

June 2005 - Vol 30 #2

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p. 1 “Transplanted Timbers” Mark Wilson
p. 5 “PHPOANS Convenes Annual Meeting” Linda Forbes & Janet Morris
p. 5 “Help Comes to Mabou Area Church to Starve off Removal”
p. 6 “Who? Sir Frederick Fraser School”
p. 7 “March Public Lecture: Old Halifax Post Offices”
p. 9 “April Public Lecture: Saint John rediscovers its Heritage”
p. 10 “A Stroll through a Moment in Time”
p. 12 “How did this Happen?” Beverly Miller
p. 13 “Historic Amherst: its builders & architects” Garry D. Shutlak
p. 16 “FNSH Conference: Marketing our Knowledge” Janet Morris
p. 17 “May Public Lecture: Old Barrington Street”

September 2005 - Vol 30 #3

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p. 1 “The History of the Governor’s North Farm & Mulgrave Park, Halifax” Garry D. Shutlak
p. 5 “Where did she live? Elizabeth Bishop House” Truman Lyton
p. 6 “Biography: Sir John Wentworth 1727 – 1820” Fred Hutchinson
p. 7 “Grove Cottage” Barbara Thompson
p. 12 “The Annual General Meeting, June 16, 2005”
p. 13 “Citadel View Saga Continues” Elizabeth Pacey
p. 17 “Note from a Halifax Childhood”

December 2005 - Vol 30 #4

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p. 1 “LB Jenson Award presented to Yarmouth restorers” Linda Forbes
p. 2 “The Historic Places Initiative: A New Way to Preserve the Past” Meghan Hallett
p. 3 “Where did they live? Two Gottingen Street Greats” Janet Morris
p. 5 “November Illustrated Lecture: Polar Bears & Ptarmigan: Down’s Zoological Gardens 1847 – 72”
p. 7 “Restoring an old Lunenburg House”
p. 8 “Investing in downtown Wolfville” Wendy Elliott (fr. The Advertiser)
p. 9 “…with success on the corner of Main & Harbourside Drive” Wendy Elliott
p. 10 “The Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society”
p. 11 “Heritage House Tour”
p. 12 “Biography: Sir John Wentworth” Fred Hutchinson
p. 14 “Heritage in Action” Jan Zann
p. 15 “October Lecture: For Sale-Must be Moved”
p. 16 “The Heritage Canada Foundation’s new Executive Director”
p. 17 “2005 Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia Annual Dinner”

March 2004 - Vol 29 #1

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p. 1 “The Argyle Municipality Historical & Genealogical Society” Molly Titus
p. 2 “Built Heritage Award” Joyce McCulloch
p. 3 “Malagawatch Church arrives at new home” Rodney Chaisson
p. 5 “Reconstructing built Heritage: The Hector (part 2)”
p. 6 “Rose Bank Cottage, Ross Farm Museum, New Ross, NS” Lisa Wolfe & Barry Hiltz
p. 7 “Windows for your historic home”
p. 10 “Acadian Lecture Series gets off to a good start”
p. 11 “Did you know? The RMS Olympic & Halifax” Garry Shutlak
p. 12 “George Wright & the Women’s Council House” Amanda Rafuse
p. 13 “HTNS helps save historic Mackie House” Graeme F. Duffus
p. 14 “l’Annee de l’Acadie: 400 years in Nova Scotia”

June 2004 - Vol 29 #2

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p. 1 “The Mitchell Property” Anne West
p. 2 “Sods, Soils & Dykes”
p. 2 “Barrington Street Heritage District”
p. 4 “Book Review: Grand Pre retains a special place in Acadian Hearts”
p. 4 “Historic Building Tour” Katie Cottreau-Robbins
p. 5 “Who was this “Count Rumford” & what is so special about his fireplaces?” Janet Morris
p. 7 “Mersey Heritage Society” Molly Titus
p. 8 “Remembering Oaklands” Garry D. Shutlak
p. 12 “The Heritage Trust’s Lecture Series continues with Acadian Grave Yards”
p. 12 “Stewardship of heritage buildings: Are we Committed?”

September 2004 - Vol 29 #3

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p. 1 “The Mid Town, 1684Grafton Street: John Hogan, Grocer & Provision Dealer” Garry D. Shutlak
p. 2 “Where did they live?”
p. 3 “The Little Museum built by community spirit” Jillian Allen
p. 6 “HTNS obtains HRM communities grant to finance painted room project”
p. 7 “Summer Garden Party for the Board”
p. 8 “New Lives for Heritage Properties” Linda Forbes
p. 9 “Archeology Day at Grand Pre” Nancy O’Brien

December 2004 - Vol 29 #4

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p. 1 “Old St. Edward’s Church, Clementsport” Nora Tomlinson Peach
p. 4 “Author & City Heritage advocate will lecture in Halifax, January 10”
p. 5 “Where did they live? Sir Samuel Cunard (1787 – 1865)”
p. 6 “Randall House, Wolfville: A Historic Museum keeps up with Modern Age” Heather Watts
p. 7 “Heritage Canada Foundation Annual Conference 2004 held in Saint John, NB” Janet Morris
p. 10 “Truro’s changing scene: brickbats & bouquets” Jan Zann
p. 11 “Kenny – Keefe House 977 – 981 Young Ave.” Garry Shutlak
p. 13 “A Lighthouse saved in Canning”
p. 14 “In Memoriam: Shirley Burnham Elliott 1916 – 2004”
p. 15 “Our Origins: the Griffin Logo”

March 2003 - Vol 28 #1

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p. 1 “From Residence to Museum, Admiralty House boasts a varied & storied past” Marilyn Gurney
p. 3 “Candidate for Round Church neighbourhood promises to blend nicely with period surroundings” Anne West
p. 4 “HRM offers modest help to RHP owners” Anthony Lamplugh
p. 5 “The Yorkshire Immigration to Nova Scotia 1772 – 1776”
p. 7 “Save our heritage has become the daily mantra of The Federation of Nova Scotian Heritage” Jessica Peddle
p. 9 “President’s Update: Truro Civic Building lost but HRM seeks Heritage Conservation Districts” Peter Delefes
p. 10 “Book Review: Historic Sackville: A loving historical record”
p. 11 “Burial Grounds Care Society seeks help in tending neglected cemeteries” Wendy Elliott

June 2003 - Vol 28 #2

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p. 1 “Halifax fire station architect, William B. Fidler, was a fireman, carpenter & builder” Don Snider
p. 2 “How Lake Charlotte Are Heritage Society created Memory Lane Area Village” Gordon Hammond
p. 5 “The Waegwoltic Club: A gathering spot for Haligonians at play on the North West Arm” Garry D. Shutlak
p. 6 “President’s Report: Thoughts & Reflections as a three year term at the helm of HTNS ends” Peter Delefes
p. 7 “Life under Canvas: Kevin Robbins provides a vivid account”
p. 7 “George Wright House summer project”

September 2003 - Vol 28 #3

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p. 1 “Lightning takes toll on Halifax’s neo – classical Hillside Hall, 5251 South Street” Garry D. Shutlak
p. 3 “Heritage Buildings & Murphy’s Law” Joan Dawson
p. 5 “The Chestico Museum & Historical Society” Joyce McCulloch
p. 6 “President’s Report: HTNS joins opposition to brewery market proposal for a 27 storey tower in old Halifax”
p. 7 “The Liverpool Privateers: they served the King & sought their fortune by preying on enemy ships”
p. 7 “Heritage Preservation works: HCFAC September 18 – 20”
p. 8 “Looking back in our origins”
p. 8 “Halifax’s Kaye Street”
p. 9 “Upcoming John Cook exhibition & sale planned”  

December 2003 - Vol 28 #4

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p. 1 “My Old House: The Mare’s Tail” Mark E. Stewart
p. 4 “Reconstructed Heritage: Part 1, Ship Hector Replica Reconstruction Project 1989 – 2001” Vernon Shea
p. 5 “Activities of the North Arm Heritage Association reflect community based concerns” Graham Read
p. 7 “Shelburne’s build heritage” A. Keith
p. 9 “Celebrating Truro’s Architecture” Jan Zann
p. 10 “Heritage Canada Foundation Annual Conference: Heritage Preservation Works” Jan Zann
p. 14 “Heritage Property owners obtain useful information”

March 2002 - Vol 27 #1

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p. 1 "Stepping Back in Time” Reconstructing Built Heritage: The Log Church at Loch Boom" Janet McKay
p. 3 "Efforts to save church proved inspirational for Minudie Heritage Society" Heather Watts
p. 4 "Black History Month: Historian discusses waves of black migration to Nova Scotia"
p. 5 "City Rambles: The New Victorian Hotel" Garry D. Shutlak
p. 6 "Fate of Cobb – Designed Villa Maria Hangs in balance" Peter Delefes
p. 8 "Halifax Marks 250th anniversary as home of Can printing"
p. 9 "Pre – Explusion Acadian Architecture explored"

June 2002 - Vol 27 #2

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p. 1 "Door of Annapolis Royal's historic Sinclair Inn opens on 300 years of Nova Scotia history" Taunya J. Dawson
p. 3 "Meeting House restoration instils student carpenters with appreciation for heritage construction"  Molly Titus
p. 4 "Built Heritage gaining recognition for its value as an economic driver" Brenda Shannon
p. 5 "The Garden Crest Apartments: what went wrong. A preservationist reflects on the lost battle"  Elizabeth Pacey
p. 7 "The Bridgewater Heritage and Historical Society continues its watchdog role" Linda Bedford
p. 7 "Yarmouth's Milton Horse statue and fountain could be relocated"  Arthur Porter
p. 9 "The Grigor House, a gothic pile that's been a home and a hospital"  Garry D. Shutlak

 

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