Collection Acc2379 - Muster rolls for Loyalists granted land on St. John's Island, 1784

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Muster rolls for Loyalists granted land on St. John's Island, 1784

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  • Textual record

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CA PCA Acc2379

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Issuing jurisdiction and denomination (philatelic)

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  • Copied 1972 and 1978 (Creation)
    Creator
    Nova Scotia Archives

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Physical description

.01 m of textual records

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Nova Scotia Archives

Administrative history

On 30 April 1857 the Nova Scotia House of Assembly passed a resolution providing for the examination, preservation and arrangement of the records and documents that illustrate the history and progress of society in the province. One hundred and forty years later, Nova Scotia's archives and records management programme continues with the preservation of the province's corporate memory. In 1996, Nova Scotia Records Management was combined with the Public Archives of Nova Scotia. In 1997, this integrated organization became known as Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management (NSARM), although the archives facility on University Avenue retained the name of the Public Archives of Nova Scotia. In April 2009, responsiblity for the records management was transferred to Treasury and Policy Board. In March 2011, NSARM became known as the Nova Scotia Archives to reflect its changed mandate. The Nova Scotia Archives remains a division within the Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage.

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Scope and content

This collection consists of copies of muster rolls and related papers for United Empire Loyalists from Shelburne, Nova Scotia, who were granted land on St. John's Island (Prince Edward Island) in 1784. Included are correspondence between government and military officials, muster rolls, returns which document the numbers of people involved, and other related documents. The original documents are dated 25 October 1783 to 29 September 1784.

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  • English

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Location of originals

Originals are located in the Nova Scotia Archives, M61, Volume 376.

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NO RESTRICTIONS ON ACCESS

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See also: RG14 - Loyalists

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  • English

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