A geographical history of Nova Scotia, containing an account of the situation, extent and limits thereof, as also of the various struggles between the two crowns of England and France for the possession of that province, wherein is shewn the importance of it, as well with regard to our trade as to the securing of our other settlements in North America, to which is added an accurate description of the bays, harbours, lakes and rivers, the nature of the soil and the produce of the country, together with the manners and customs of the Indian inhabitants.

1749, Book , 110 pages, 1 leaf.

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