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Acadia’s Digital Collections is a repository for digital collections that contain and reflect the intellectual and creative output of Acadia University. They include extensive collections on local business, people and history.
The Dalhousie Libraries have created a number of digital collections to highlight and provide access to its vast collections. Browse the collections below to learn about literary, theatrical, musical, and social history in Nova Scotia and beyond. Collections include: Africville Relocation Report, Historical Roots: Blacks in Nova Scotia, The Halifax Disaster, The Waldren Studios: Images of Nova Scotia 1870 - 1940 and much more.
A digital image library of Geological Survey of Canada maps. There have been thousands of maps published by GSC since the mid-1800's. More than 10,000 of these maps have been scanned and are available.
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