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There’s no better place to immerse yourself in Nova Scotia’s rich maritime heritage than the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
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TDIH: (1654) New England puritan Robert Sedgwick attacks and captures Port Royal.
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A Sneak Peak of tonight's in our courtyard with David Bradshaw and his bluegrass tunes!
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Maritime Museum Aug 15
TDIH: (1944) Operation Dragon. Allied landing in Southern France.
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Maritime Museum Aug 14
TDIH: (1813) The American brig Argus was captured by the British brig Pelican during the War of 1812.
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Maritime Museum Aug 13
TDIH: (1913) CSS Acadia becomes trapped in heavy ice off Cape Chidley, Labrador but manages to free herself after a few hours.
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Maritime Museum Aug 12
TDIH: (1814) Boats from the privateer Star cut out the American vessels Ohio and Somers on Lake Erie.
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Maritime Museum Aug 11
TDIH: (1782) The British privateer, Placentia captured the American privateer Lord Stirling off the coast of Newfoundland.
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HMCS Acadia Cadets Aug 10
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Halifax Seaport Aug 10
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Maritime Museum Aug 10
Hearty congratulations John G. Langley QC, for contributions and donation of Cunardiana artefacts. Bravo Zulu! -JN
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My_Waterfront Aug 10
Come witness the this evening at 6pm as she sets sail from the . The sail past will last around 60 minutes.
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Halifax Seaport Aug 10
Join us tonight along the and waterfronts for a very special sail away!
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Halifax Seaport Aug 9
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Maritime Museum Aug 10
TDIH: (1942) The cook aboard HMCS Acadia is discovered to be missing. After a three hour search, he is found... asleep in the ship's hold!
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Maritime Museum Aug 9
TDIH: (1913) CSS ACADIA encounters ice for the first time off of Red Bay Labrador. She was on her maiden voyage to Hudson's Bay.
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Maritime Museum Aug 8
Quite the crowd for on this rainy night! Check out our Facebook for a full video of their performance!
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Maritime Museum Aug 8
Former Curator Dan Conlin wrote a book: "Pirates of the Atlantic: Robbery, murder and mayhem off the Canadian East Coast" -Ian
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Maritime Museum Aug 8
The fresnel lens in our lobby was in the Sambro Lighthouse - oldest continuously operating lighthouse in N or S America!
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Maritime Museum Aug 8
Today our Artist of the Day program will be inside in our Small Craft Gallery making treasure maps from 2-4pm with Grace! Come check it out!
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Maritime Museum Aug 8
TDIH: (1922) The ship Raleigh was wrecked off Point of Amour Strait of Belle Isle. Ten lives lost.
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