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Friday, May 25, 2018
History: More History of The Country of Nova Scotia
Penobscot River - The old USA - Country of Nova Scotia Border in Maine
As I dig into the History books researching The History of the Country of Nova Scotia more facts are presenting themselves to be true about Nova Scotia's origins.
These facts are tying themselves to together based on cross referencing other texts to prove my theories of The Country of Nova Scotia's origins.
There are no text books on what I am specifically researching in trying to piece together the History of the Country of Nova Scotia.
What is presenting itself is a "lost history" of of the 1600's.
Researching The Country of Nova Scotia and it's connected origins to The United States of America is revealing in the text books an apparently lost history of the 1600's.
This history however is all referenced in other texts but the specific story of The History of The Country of Nova Scotia is not written down, it is referenced in other materials.
By correlating and cross referencing other text references to Nova Scotia and relating it to United States History a picture begins to present itself of a lost history of the 1600's.
If this history was intentionally dropped or lost is not known. Cross referencing the facts in other texts with Nova Scotia is proving my research theories true about the History of The Country of Nova Scotia and also building a "lost history" of the 1600's.
The original boundary of The United States of America and the Country of Nova Scotia was the Penobscot River in Maine, the north side of the river was The Country of Nova Scotia.
This is referenced in texts but is still vague.
This is just a short update of my recent research into the text books. Hopefully someday this will be school cirrculum.
Earlier settlements during the 1500's led to names like Acadia in Nova Scotia. That is before the forming of the Country of Nova Scotia.
From my research you can date the founding date of the Country of Nova Scotia to 1607. That is the same date as the founding of the Thirteen American Colonies.
Port Royal was founded in 1605 by the French, on wikipedia it says it was destroyed by the British in 1613.
However, what they aren't saying is that Port Royal was only there from 1605 and then disbanded in 1607. Then it was later demolished by the British in 1613.
The closure of Port Royal is the same date as the Founding of The Thirteen American Colonies by King James the First - 1607.
Therefore the founding of The Thirteen American Colonies in 1607 is the same date as the closure of Port Royal also in 1607.
So you can say the closure of Port Royal in 1607 also commemorates the founding of the Thirteen American Colonies.
After this point in 1607 the area was renamed Nova Scotia. So you can say the Thirteen American Colonies were founded in 1607 and Port Royal was also closed in 1607. After this is the origin of the name Nova Scotia.
So the region was named Nova Scotia in 1607 after the dismantlement that year of Port Royal.during the same year of the founding of the Thirteen American Colonies all by King James the First of England who named The Country of Nova Scotia and .the American Thirteen Colonies
From those records you can date the actual date of the founding of the Country of Nova Scotia to 1607 the same as the American Thirteen Colonies.
The key pointer of that is Port Royal was taken from the French in 1607, the same year as Nova Scotia and The Thirteen American Colonies were founded.
Therefore the start date of The Country of Nova Scotia and The Thirteen American Colonies is both 1607.
The wars in the 1600's and 1700's between the English and the French in Nova Scotia took place in the Country of Nova Scotia after 1607. where they were fighting for land in the Atlantic region.
Using 1607 as a reference date for the founding of The Country of Nova Scotia is revealing a "lost history" of the 1600's and showing our close connections with America's Thirteen Colonies.
These cross references are revealing "lost" or "hidden" facts that are not in the history books, showing a lost history of the 1600's.
Port Royal Jamaica was founded by the Spanish in the 1500's and the Port Royal in Nova Scotia in the 1600's by France.
France and Spain are the other two main settlers from Europe beside England during Colonial times.
What this is showing is that Port Royal in Nova Scotia and Port Royal in Jamaica must have been formed by a French-Spanish Union during Colonial Times.
Port Royal in both locations shows a French-Spanish Union since they both have the same name.
This means that England must have defeated the French-Spanish Union by 1607 and then took control of the region.
After this they named the Atlantic Maritime Region the Country of Nova Scotia and then later made Nova Scotia currency the money in Jamaica.
The Country of Nova Scotia founded in 1607 according to that led the English under King James the First to take over Port Royal, Nova Scotia. Then they made The Country of Nova Scotia the currency of Jamaica which apparently lasted until the 1930's.
This means that The Country of Nova Scotia would have owned slaves and Jamaica, after the defeat of the French-Spanish Union in around 1607 based on the closure of Port Royal in 1607 and then later the Nova Scotia currency in Jamaica.
This would mean there were close ties between The Country of Nova Scotia and America's Thirteen Colonies because they were both run by King James the First and used slavery as a main economic driver.
This is proving by me with my research that The Country of Nova Scotia was founded in 1607 after the defeat of the French-Spanish Union and that they also ran Jamaica.
The Country of Nova Scotia however remained separate from the Thirteen American Colonies because it was used as a Royal Naval Base in Halifax for King James the First personally during the England and France wars of the 1600's and 1700's.
This is an example of how Port Royal in Nova Scotia and Port Royal in Jamaica are part of the "lost history" of the 1600's that is revealing itself when reconstructing the History of The Country of Nova Scotia from other texts.