Annapolis County Sites

Annapolis Heritage Society - The Annapolis Heritage Society owns and operates two museums - the O'Dell House Museum and the Sinclair Inn Museum. It also manages North Hills Museum, on behalf of the Nova Scotia Museum. The Society operates its Genealogy Centre out of the O'Dell House Museum.

The Annapolis Valley Newspaper Extracts Project Featuring The Register - The extracts that are posted consist mainly of births, marriages, deaths, community columns and various stories relating to the Annapolis Valley and surrounding areas.

Annapolis Valley Info - has been developed to provide you with quickest access to information on the Annapolis Valley in Nova Scotia, Canada. If you are looking for a social organization, garden center or a place to live, you will find it here.

Acadian Genealogy Homepage - Includes information for sale on CD for Acadian Genealogy.

The Acadian Odyssey - This site which has links in both French and English is a must see for people with Acadian Roots.

Annapolis County - This site includes information concerning the adminsitration, public works, recreation and heritage for Annapolis County.

Valley Web - A comprehensive site for the entire Annapolis Valley.

Early Acadian Period in Nova Scotia 1605 - 1755 - A great historical site with several links to other Acadian web sites.

Annapolis Valley MacDonald Museum - operated by the Annapolis Valley Historical Society, an organization founded in 1977 to oversee the preservation of historical artifacts throughout the Annapolis Valley. The museum contains a permanent art gallery, Living Natural History Exhibit, local historic artifacts, the Nova Scotia Museum's collection of antique clocks, and much more. The contact person there is Ms.Krista Toole.

Annapolis Valley Regional Library - The Annapolis Valley Regional Library is a public library system, one of nine in the province of Nova Scotia, Canada and was established in April of 1949. The region services a population of about 100 000, covering 6,643 square kilometers. The headquarters for this region is located in Bridgetown.

Historic Gardens - The Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens, through its many theme gardens, collections and displays, illustrates the history of gardening and horticulture in Nova Scotia. My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed our visit there.

Updated 21 Sep2003

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