2020 Virtual Heritage Fair Workshops

seaview baptist Church easter service
Image: Rear view of Seaview African United Baptist Church, with Africville houses and laundry flapping in the breeze in the foreground.
Date: 1965
Photographer: Bob Brooks
Image courtesy of Nova Scotia Archives Reference no.: Bob Brooks Nova Scotia Archives accession no. 1989-468 vol. 16
Audio: Seaview Baptist Church Easter Service
Audio courtesy of Nova Scotia Archives
Bob Brooks’ Photographic Portrait of Africville in the 1960s
Africville Collection, Halifax Municipal Archives
Early history and landscapes of Africville area
Henry Ash sketch of the area around Africville, 1890s
Henry Ash sketch of the area around Africville, 1890s. Photo courtesy of Bill Burns.
Africville History in Maps
Africville archives material, lynn jones collection
Africville Archaeology – Introduction
Images courtesy of Nova Scotia Archives, Bob Brooks Photographic Portraits of Africville in the 1960s, and Nova Scotia Museum, Curator of Archaeology, Catherine Cottreau-Robins.

Editing and transcription of audio courtesy of Ania Swiatoniowski, Department of Anthropology, Saint Mary’s University. Transcript of audio available here
Africville Archaeology – Ceramics
Image courtesy of Vanessa Smith, Nova Scotia Museum.

Editing and transcription of audio courtesy of Ania Swiatoniowski, Department of Anthropology, Saint Mary’s University. Transcript of audio available here
Africville Archaeology – Porcelain
Image courtesy of Vanessa Smith, Nova Scotia Museum.

Editing and transcription of audio courtesy of Ania Swiatoniowski, Department of Anthropology, Saint Mary’s University. Transcript of audio available here
Africville archaeology – stoneware
Image courtesy of Vanessa Smith, Nova Scotia Museum.

Editing and transcription of audio courtesy of Ania Swiatoniowski, Department of Anthropology, Saint Mary’s University. Transcript of audio available here
Africville archaeology – bottle glass fragments
Image courtesy of Vanessa Smith, Nova Scotia Museum.

Editing and transcription of audio courtesy of Ania Swiatoniowski, Department of Anthropology, Saint Mary’s University. Transcript of audio available here
Africville Archaeology – bottle glass whole
Image courtesy of Vanessa Smith, Nova Scotia Museum.

Editing and transcription of audio courtesy of Ania Swiatoniowski, Department of Anthropology, Saint Mary’s University. Transcript of audio available here
Africville Archaeology – ARCHITECTURAL Glass
Image courtesy of Vanessa Smith, Nova Scotia Museum.

Editing and transcription of audio courtesy of Ania Swiatoniowski, Department of Anthropology, Saint Mary’s University. Transcript of audio available here
Africville Archaeology – clay pipes
Image courtesy of Vanessa Smith, Nova Scotia Museum.

Editing and transcription of audio courtesy of Ania Swiatoniowski, Department of Anthropology, Saint Mary’s University. Transcript of audio available here
Africville archaeology – buttons
Image courtesy of Vanessa Smith, Nova Scotia Museum.

Editing and transcription of audio courtesy of Ania Swiatoniowski, Department of Anthropology, Saint Mary’s University. Transcript of audio available here
Africville archaeology – coins
Image courtesy of Vanessa Smith, Nova Scotia Museum.

Editing and transcription of audio courtesy of Ania Swiatoniowski, Department of Anthropology, Saint Mary’s University. Transcript of audio available here
Africville Archaeology – faunal material
Image courtesy of Vanessa Smith, Nova Scotia Museum.

Editing and transcription of audio courtesy of Ania Swiatoniowski, Department of Anthropology, Saint Mary’s University. Transcript of audio available here
Africville Archaeology – marble
Image courtesy of Vanessa Smith, Nova Scotia Museum.

Editing and transcription of audio courtesy of Ania Swiatoniowski, Department of Anthropology, Saint Mary’s University. Transcript of audio available here
Africville Archaeology – flint ballast
Image courtesy of Vanessa Smith, Nova Scotia Museum.

Editing and transcription of audio courtesy of Ania Swiatoniowski, Department of Anthropology, Saint Mary’s University. Transcript of audio available here
Africville archaeology – bulldozer tooth
Image courtesy of Vanessa Smith, Nova Scotia Museum.

Editing and transcription of audio courtesy of Ania Swiatoniowski, Department of Anthropology, Saint Mary’s University. Transcript of audio available here