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Ritual of the Provincial Club of Temperance Watchmen in Nova Scotia [electronic resource]: instituted at Durham, N.S., July, N.S.?: s.n.], ), by Temperance Watchmen of Nova Scotia. Provincial Club (page images at HathiTrust) True and false ritual [electronic resource]: two sermons preached in the (undated Christian Book. Ritual of the Provincial Club of Temperance Watchmen in Nova Scotia [microform]: instituted at Durham, N.S., July, 07/18 by Temperance Watchmen of Nova Scotia. Temperance's tendrils wound through Nova Scotia as well as anywhere else, turning Halifax from wet to dry. Calls for prohibition were being heard in Canada from the dawn of the 19th century. In Nova Scotia, the movement only started to gain steam after the s. One way the WCTU attempted to spread the message of temperance was by pressuring provincial governments for temperance instruction in schools. In , under pressure from the WCTU and other temperance organizations, Nova Scotia enacted legislation requiring schools to teach students about the effects of alcohol on the human body.
Martin A. Nelson, (21 February – 22 May ), Member of the Minnesota Supreme ed degrees in Spring Valley Lodge No. 58, Spring Valley, Minnesota in June and July He affiliated with Fidelity Lodge No. 39 at Austin, Minnesota in ; Roger Nelson, ( – 7 June ), Brigadier general during the American Revolutionary War and . Provincial WCTU documented in the records include: Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, and Saskatchewan. Records of the World Union and national unions include: correspondence, convention materials, pamphlets, reports, bulletins, and a visitors book. Related material: Reports of annual conventions of the Saskatchewan Provincial Woman's Christian Temperance Union are located in the Mabel M. and Philip G. Bradley fonds (R). and petitions of the W.C.T.U. relating to liquor laws are located in the Saskatchewan Sessional Papers (Petition Nos. 18, 19 and 20). Township Records at the Nova Scotia Archives, is available on this website; it is a searchable database that provides concise information about the contents of 35 township books or record collections, each township being one of a series of early communities established by the colonial government and scattered across mainland Nova Scotia.
Could the Knights Templar have fled Europe – the Old World – in the 14th century with all their treasure. Is it possible that they fled to Scotland and from there to the New World – what would one day. The first local division of the Sons of Temperance in Nova Scotia was established in at Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. In the Grand Division of the Sons of Temperance was organized in Nova Scotia, by which time 13 local divisions had been established. The organization was founded mainly to educate the public on the benefits of abstinence from. Indexes: Royal St. John's gazette and Nova-Scotia intelligence. St. John, NB; The New-Brunswick gazette and general advertiser. Saint John, NB; Royal gazette, and the New Brunswick advertiser. Saint John, NB Arranged alphabetically by subject. PN S H47 xfol. Ref. Heritage headlines: a year news history from Saint John. Canadian WCTU convention, Halifax, Nova Scotia. - - Consists of newspaper clippings. M Canadian WCTU convention, Banff, Alberta. - - Consists of newspaper clippings and an issue of Temperance Trumpet about the convention. M