Confederation 150 - The Legacy (Mystery, Musings and Memoirs) -AMHERST

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Wednesday, 1 February, 2017 - 9:00 AM
Cumberland County Museum and Archives;150 Church Street; Amherst (FEB 1st -JULY 1st)
Museum Entry Fee
Organized By: BBM Inc. in part with host Cumberland County Museum and Archives, home of Robert B Dickie Father of Confederation, NS Positive Aging initiative, African Nova Scotian Affairs and the Town of Amherst

This exhibit runs from Feb. 1st, 2017 - July 1st, 2017

The 10 panel didactic Exhibit examines (9) generations of African Canadian ancestry from the early arrival of the first known slave to Montaque, PEI in 1785 (Sickles), his burial in a Protected Government site leading to present day families in Cumberland County. Visitors will be inspired to build on the exhibits narrative that has helped shaped our nation. Accompanying the exhibit is a 60 page Legacy publication featuring Cumberland.

Please contact museum regarding admission (Exhibit is free of charge)



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