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Maritime Museum Apr 17
We just saw the interview - happy to teach you all you need to know about the
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LibraryArchiveCanada Apr 20
All jokes aside, & , we would love to have you in Ottawa to learn about the tragedy through our archives. You gotta walk the talk to earn the nickname “The Explosion”, eh?
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JStewa Apr 18
your story about the is full of inaccuracies. Come to and I’d be glad to show you around and get some fine folks to give you the real story.
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MTLjoe Apr 18
Great chemistry between the two of you! Your jokes about the were hysterical! Next time you two get together, maybe a few jokes about 9/11? Don't worry, it's been a while too so no one will mind!
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Nova Scotia Museum Apr 24
Built to replace housing destroyed by the The Hydrostone was a turning point for Halifax. The English-style garden suburb was modern and bright. Holding the promise of a new start after the darkest times.
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Trina Davies Apr 23
Hey I have a published play about the I can send to you for interest. Did well Off Broadway and across Canada. No role for you - but maybe good read for fun. Any interest have someone PM me an address, I’ll mail the book.
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2Girls 1Gay Apr 20
She said it perfect👌 Being my home town&growing up learning every detail of the horrific event, I couldn’t imagine making a joke of it. This happens when people are unaware of the events, it happens a lot but can be turned around with learning!
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HBMG Apr 16
and the while forgotten by most have not been forgotten by the and community. These still shape thinking today.
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Nova Scotia Museum Apr 24
Explore the haunting online exhibit showcasing some never before seen photos of damaged buildings from the presented by
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Nova Scotia Museum Apr 24
The Halifax Explosion Remembrance Book contains a list of the 1,951 people identified as having perished
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Nova Scotia Museum Apr 24
Child's cotton handkerchief unchanged from the day it was picked from the ruins of the on display
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Peter Anthony Apr 22
Hey , I'm a Nova Scotian and a comedian... you don't have to apologize for anything. Hey, Labi Kousoulis, THEY WERE JUST JOKING.
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Nova Scotia Museum Apr 24
Diving at the site of the Halifax Explosion. What does the floor of the Halifax Harbour look like?
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Nova Scotia Museum Apr 24
On Wednesday, December 6, 2017 we commemorated 100 years since the
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Nova Scotia Museum Apr 24
Learn more by visiting the exhibits Halifax Wrecked & Collision in the Narrows: The 1917 Halifax Harbour Explosion
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Nova Scotia Museum Apr 24
Halifax is a living memorial to what happened the day of the explosion, and in the days that followed
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Nova Scotia Museum Apr 24
Devastated Halifax: Views of the Greatest Disaster in the history of the American Continent - one of many books sold after the with photos & illustrations
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Nova Scotia Museum Apr 24
Names of the Swetnams, in the Book of Remembrance. Lizzie Swetnam & her son, Carmen
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Nova Scotia Museum Apr 24
News of the disaster reached the same morning. That night a train loaded with supplies & volunteers left for Halifax
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Nova Scotia Museum Apr 24
Injuries were frightful, blindness from the splintering glass adding to the shock and bewilderment.
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