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Sunday, May 20, 2018
History: The Country of Nova Scotia & The United States of America's Joint History
American Colonies & Country of Nova Scotia Before The American Revolution
I am trying to simplify these topics regarding the joint histories of The United States of America and The Historical Country of Nova Scotia.
This research is taken from various texts and internet pages and has to be compiled because there is no "one book" on the History of Nova Scotia. Although I would like to write a book about that it would be a long way off.
Also, getting a History book into the schools about the Historical History of Nova Scotia with tales of myself researching Colonial Times in The United States and Nova Scotia for them to study about me would be a daunting task.
I'm sure convincing the schools to run my material in the classrooms would take a while for me to convince them. If the book ever sees the light of day, hopefully when I'm in my 80's they will be studying my research in the class room in my History books if I ever get them written.
For now though I am focusing on Death Metal and Fiction, which some historical content.
In the meantime before I make it into the school curriculum with my research and outlandish statements in forty years I will share my research on this blog.
What I am posting about is not a book specifically because that takes a long time, but is articles in blog format based on my Historical Research and opinions.
The point of my research here is to show the vast and important History of the County of Nova Scotia. The Country of Nova Scotia existed for about 270 years of independence and about 50 years under Canadian Confederation, before modern day Canada.
My problem is that there is no one book about the History of The Country of Nova Scotia. Also, it is not taught in the school curriculum.
In Canada we are not taught about the History of The Country of Nova Scotia and are only taught the History of Canada. There are no text books that I could find about Nova Scotia as a Country.
For Historical Researchers this is a practically undocumented topic, digging this information up and writing new books about it is a wide open topic full of brand new research opportunities.
Researching these topics and putting together the History of The Country of Nova Scotia is like an archeological dig of sorts, and then you have to compile all this research and put together the story of of Nova Scotia's History as a Nation, an exciting and rewarding topic in historical research. I'm sure Historians will be arguing these facts for years to come as The History of Nova Scotia is pieced together.
The biggest letdown ever is nobody made historical texts of The History of the Country of Nova Scotia.
What you have to remember is The Country of Nova Scotia and The United States of America and it's original colonies are deeply linked.
Both are English speaking colonies isolated against a French West in New France aka Quebec. In the days of Colonial America and Colonial Country of Nova Scotia they were each other's ally against a French Border in the Great Lakes region and isolated from Western Canada.
To understand The History of Nova Scotia and it's interlocked history with the United States you have to understand what they are saying in other texts and the story of Nova Scotia is written on the money of the time. To get the full understanding of the History of the Country of Nova Scotia you need to examine it's currency.
If the currency says Jamaica on it, then they ran Jamaica in the Caribbean. If that's true then it was obviously for slave colonies with the United States of America.
In fact, the History of Nova Scotia may have been hidden under Canadian Confederation because they were trying to downplay slavery and took it out of the texts.
Examining the actual History of the Country of Nova Scotia shows a more American way of life here similar to the Thirteen American Colonies and early United States in those days. To make it simple, Nova Scotia as a Country was a slavery based nation mirroring the United States of America with a different political system.
Examples of this shared History are things like the highly unpopular "Africville" black settlement in Halifax Harbor near the MacKay Bridge close to Bedford in Nova Scotia.
Africville a highly offensive name to some people was a black neighborhood or burrow located in Halifax Harbor and probably came from The Country of Nova Scotia's slave trade in Jamaica and with the United States of America.
Canada is downplaying slavery in The Country of Nova Scotia which was probably as extreme as the United States of America and led to the foundation of these neighborhoods. The residents of Africville were probably slaves in Nova Scotia at the time it was created.
Canada is not responsible for that, it was the Country of Nova Scotia who ran Jamaica along with the United States. In fact many Nova Scotia residents may be directly descended from people from Jamaica during that time. This gives us direct connection to the United States as a slave based nation and common link in history together.
Canada is downplaying the History of The Country of Nova Scotia probably to hide its slave trade with the United States, also in Nova Scotia I think slavery was more hidden here and kept more secret from the public. In turn, Canada tried to hide it to downplay Nova Scotia's role in slavery in Colonial Times and after the American Revolution.
For simplicity, Nova Scotia as a Country is the entire Atlantic Canadian region including New Foundland and Northern Maine in the United States as well.
It is important to dig up these facts that were hidden by Canada in 1867 about The Country of Nova Scotia so that we can understand our terrible past and so that future generations can understand the we are a region built on slavery alongside The United States of America.
People want to know the truth and actual History of the region not a glazed over one with no substance, like what modern day Canada History books have to offer. Ottawa has a watered down history policy based in Upper Canada and is not accurate and with missing facts and large oversights in the curriculum that needs to be corrected.
In short their policy of Canadian historical content is outdated and inaccurate with no substance.
The history books in Canada offer a terrible view of The History of Nova Scotia as a Country, in fact it's not even it them.
However the history of the Country of Nova Scotia is covered in Canadian text books, only Ottawa takes credit for it under Canada after Confederation.
In Canadian History books if they say something happened in Atlantic Canada then that took place in The Country of Nova Scotia. Any events in Canadian History taking place in this region are the History of the Country of Nova Scotia.
Canadian History paints a picture of the region as if there was "nothing here" before Canada except for settlements and no government. Canadian History paints a picture of Nova Scotia as being "explorers in the wilderness cutting down trees, fishing and hunting" all taking place in a nation that existed for 270 years before Confederation.
The Canadian History books say that the Country only happened after Confederation and erased the History of The Country of Nova Scotia and replaced it by saying in them "that before Canada it was only explorers in the wilderness in Atlantic Canada" an outright lie.
Then they say that they put it together.
Canadian History books claim that there was nothing here in Atlantic Canada and that it was just wilderness that they settled. When in fact it was a similar thriving Nation along side the Thirteen American Colonies and The United States of America.
When they say in Canadian History that an event happened in Atlantic Canada then that took place in the Country of Nova Scotia not Canada. That was a different place and Canada claims our history as theirs and replaced it with wilderness in the books.
On wikipedia they say that Nova Scotia used to be called Mic Mac or Mic Maw, that is the pronunciation and spelled Mi'kma'ki.
Nova Scotia was never called Mic Mac.
Mic Mac are the Native American Indians.
Also they are saying that Nova Scotia was called "Acadia" , that is also not true. The Acadians were French people who lived in The Country of Nova Scotia.
Atlantic Canada has always been called The Country of Nova Scotia, when they say Acadia they mean that The French Settlements were called Acadia "as settlements" inside The Country of Nova Scotia.
That's what they are referring to.
Also if they say for example Cape Breton left Nova Scotia and then rejoined Nova Scotia they are actually talking about Battles in the Wars between the French and the English.
What they are actually referring to is the French Occupation in The Country of Nova Scotia for example.
What they mean is inside The Country of Nova Scotia that Cape Breton was held by an enemy force and later returned when they were defeated.
Nova Scotia was a real Country, not a settlement with islands joining and leaving as written in Canadian Text Books.
In fact, Ottawa has completely ruined the text books of the History of Nova Scotia, anything taking place in Atlantic Canada before Confederation was in The Country of Nova Scotia and separate from Canadian History.
Our actual History actually resembles the History of the American Thirteen Colonies and early United States of America, which is the same place.
For example in The Country of Nova Scotia Halifax was the Capital and printed the money for the Country. This Country was run by England, with probably Premiers or Governors or whatever.
Halifax was not a settlement that came and left periodically in the wilderness of early Canada as claimed in their books. It was the Capital of a Nation for 270 years and Independent along side the United States of America.
This is another example and it is referenced in other outside texts including American History text books.
In 1774 just before the American Revolution The United States defeated Quebec (New France) in what is now the United States of America, along with their ally The Country of Nova Scotia.
Both places were isolated in the East against a large French border and The Thirteen Colonies along with the aid of The Country of Nova Scotia defeated the French in what is now the present day United States and in return the Thirteen Colonies were awarded land for The United States and were given what is now Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin and Minnesota under The Quebec Act of 1774.
This was done with The Country of Nova Scotia and probably Ontario but not in the East. In return England was probably given ownership of Quebec where it remains today.
This shared History between The United States of America and The Country of Nova Scotia has been ABANDONED by Canada.
Canada has abandoned the History of the Country of Nova Scotia in their text books and replaced it with beavers and wilderness for Ottawa. When in fact, The Country of Nova Scotia has a rich shared history with the United States of America and actually resembled the Thirteen American Colonies and the early United States of America before joining Canadian Confederation.
Quebec is another example of how Ottawa has abandoned our Histories in the East. After England took Quebec it remained part of Canada going forward but this is the problem.
Quebec is New France, they are not allowed to have a French Monarch on their currency to represent France. French people in Quebec have to adopt the British Monarch on the currency.
Under Canada, although Quebec is New France they are not allowed to represent themselves as being connected to old France in Europe.
Quebec is not allowed to place a French Monarch like a Queen or King as a symbolic gesture on their currency. Quebec has to use the Queen of England.
Just like the History of Nova Scotia Canada has abandoned French Monarchs on the currency in Quebec.
Quebec should be allowed to place a French Princess or Monarch on their currency including paper and coins to represent their French heritage from within Canada. Just like in Europe, France has their own currency with French Monarchs on it but also the Euro.
In Canada, Quebec is not allowed to use the French Monarch on the currency and has to use the Queen of England.
Quebec and Nova Scotia should both be allowed to print our own local currencies from within Quebec and in the Historical Country of Nova Scotia to represent our heritage.
However, Ottawa has abandoned our Histories and Currencies and given us nothing back and dropped all content from the History books.
Canada needs some kind of EU like arrangement to allow Nova Scotia, as a Historical Country and Quebec to allow dual currency so Quebec can have the French Monarch on their money for symbolic purposes and Nova Scotia can do the same for our currency.
A duel currency would allow us to have Canadian money as well as our own regional currencies so The Country of Nova Scotia can be represented as well as French Monarchs in Quebec.
If Ottawa is unable to maintain our regions and has abandoned our Histories then we should be able to do this for ourselves.
In the United States in Maine in the Historical Sunbury County that region is shared with The United States and The Country of Nova Scotia Historically and both regions should be able to use it together to help preserve the shared History of The United States and Nova Scotia.
They need to relax the borders between Canada and the United States so there can be more free travel because of our shared regions like Sunbury County, Nova Scotia.
Also, they don't allow a French Monarch on money in Quebec but they have made the "Voila Desmond" Ten Dollar Bill in Ottawa and given the symbolic gesture to the Civil Rights Movement.
This is an example of Ottawa's watered down history for Canada. They always give something stupid like the Viola Desmond Bill and remove John A MacDonald, then they ignore letting Quebec place a French Monarch on the local currency like in France.
Then they also have abandoned the History of Nova Scotia.
This is an un-researched topic and not taught in the school curriculum.
Canada can be broken down into three periods:
Pre-Confederation during Colonial Times - During Colonial America and After the American Revolution
Early Confederation - After the American Civil War, during the Dominion of Canada
Current Confederation - After 1930's - Present
The Country of Nova Scotia existed during the Colonial American Period and after the American Revolution period independent for about 270 years.
The Country of Nova Scotia then continued after the American Civil war in the Dominion of Canada which was a Union between Ottawa and Halifax until the 1930's.
Going from that Canada has only existed without Nova Scotia being a Country for about 90 years.
Just so you understand textbook terminology - in American History, the original start of America they say is Colonial America which is The Thirteen Colonies.
In Canadian History they say the origins of Canada is the wilderness - when in fact it was actually the same as American History and Canada refuses to say The History of the Country of Nova Scotia is Canada's original colonies from England and was a Country like the Thirteen Colonies.
I will post my topics and analysis as I continue my research in The History of the Country of Nova Scotia.