Popes Harbour (N.S.)

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              Fonds · [ca. 1900]-2008, predominant 1974-2004
              Fonds consists of records of the Chezzetcook Historical Society and its members. Textual records were created between about 1900- 1930, 1950- 1955, 1965, and 1974- 2008, but the majority date to between 1974 and 2004. Fonds includes research material, genealogical information, publications, society records regarding its operation, inventories, maps, and photographs. Accession number 2009.018.
              Hilchie family fonds
              Fonds · 1873-2001
              Fonds consists of deeds, other property records, cartographic material, photographs, correspondence, family records, picture postcards, poems, newspaper clippings, legal documents, and other textual records. Accession number 2017.059
              Series · 1973-1975
              Part of Chezzetcook Historical Society fonds
              Series forms part of the Chezzetcook Historical Society fonds and consists of seven maps, each 71 x 114 cm or smaller. Most of the maps are copies of historical property plans, including two copies (one larger and one smaller) of an 1863 plan showing the subdivision of Gaetz and Nieforth properties at Three Fathom Harbour, a 1780s plan showing division of land lots at Lawrencetown, Little Jeddore Harbour (now known as Three Fathom Harbour), and Chezzetcook; an 1881 plan of division of the property of Leonard and Martin Conrod at Seaforth, and an undated plan of early land grants from Musquodoboit Harbour to Chezzetcook. Series also contains two modern maps, including a hydrographic map of the coast from Shut-in Island to Popes Harbour, and a topographical map of Porters Lake.