Nova Scotia Immigrants to 1867. Leonard H. Smith. (1994). Thousands of persons enumerated in the U.S. federal censuses--and New Englanders in particular--trace their ancestry through the Canadian
province of Nova Scotia; however, Nova Scotia immigration records have been widely scattered--until now! Col. and Mrs. Smith labored over a decade, to construct this vast index of Nova Scotia immigrants from dozens of manuscript sources in the Public Archives of Nova Scotia and from archives in Fredericton, Church Point, Ottawa, Boston, London, and Paris (Part 1); and from 450 articles in Nova Scotia periodicals (Part 2). Each entry gives all the pertinent information available in the source, usually a mix of data featuring name, occupation, place of origin, age, family members, name of ship, date of arrival, and military affiliation--all with source citations. Easily the most comprehensive sourcebook on Nova Scotia immigrants ever published, and a great tool for New England ancestral research, whether the ancestor's origins are Scottish, Irish, English, German, or Loyalist (see also Item 5476).Genealogical.com publishes genealogy books and CDs. Whether you are just beginning to explore your family tree or are an experienced researcher looking for in-depth genealogy data, Genealogical.com can provide you with the resources you need. We publish over 2,000 genealogy books and compact discs featuring colonial genealogy, Irish genealogy, immigration, royal ancestry, family history, and genealogy methods and sources. Genealogical.com is the online home of Genealogical Publishing Company, Clearfield Company, and Gateway Press. Search our genealogy books by title, author or keyword phrase or browse our genealogy book sale.