This bilingual website tells the story of Nova Scotia's Black Loyalists. It provides resources to facilitate teaching about the 3000 Black Loyalists who came to Nova Scotia as a direct result of the American Revolution.
Located at Memorial University of Newfoundland, the Centre for Newfoundland Studies holds a special research collection of books, government documents, periodicals, newspapers, theses, microforms, archival material, and historic maps to facilitate the study of all aspects of Newfoundland and Labrador.
This site focusing on Martha Ballard uses surviving documentary evidence to reconstruct the past. Although Ballard lived in Maine during the late-eighteenth and early-nineteenth centuries, her experience was similar to that of many Maritimers. The film version of her life, A Midwife's Tale, was shot at New Brunswick's King's Landing Historical Settlement.