2012 Historigram newsletters

 

The Historigram is a monthly newsletter produced by the Yarmouth County Historical Society featuring historical information, as well as details on Yarmouth Museum and Archives. 

Index to the 2012 Historigrams 

February 2012

Articles included in this edition

  • Archival Map project
  • Origins of Black History Month

March 2012

Articles included in this edition

  • Nova Scotia Little River Duck Tolling Retriever Dog
  • Yarmouth newspapers
  • Original Yarmouth hospital

April 2012

Articles included in this edition

  • Hebron Shoe Factory
  • Easter Cards
  • Samson: The Titanic’s mystery ship

May 2012

Articles included in this edition

  • Fans in our collection
  • Behind the scenes in the archives
  • Memories of Milton, Yarmouth County

June 2012

Articles included in this edition

  • Acadian Games
  • Funding opportunities from the Council of Nova Scotia Archives
  • Mountain Cemetery

July 2012

Articles included in this edition

  • Red Beech trees on Parade Street
  • Viola Robinson, LL.B., LL.D., O.C., O.N.S.

October 2012

Articles included in this edition

  • Recap of the activities happening at the Association of Nova Scotia Museums
  • Yukon, Klondike
  • Along a Samarkand Road – The Rail Trail

November 2012

Articles included in this edition

  • Wedding ring belonging to May Florence Hilton, wife of Captain Herbert Hilton
  • Photos of museum events
  • East Camp

December 2012

Articles included in this edition

  • Recap of the year at the museum and archives
  • What they wore in the early 1800s

2012 Historigram newsletters

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