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Very Good in Fair jacket. Book. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. xviii, 298pp., index, biblio., notes, maps. VG in moderately worn and scuffed DJ. Classic work on the history of Nova Scotia. "This book is primarily concerned with two facets of Massachusetts' relationship with Nova Scotia: its economic stranglehold over the neighbouring colony during most of the period from 1630 to 1784 and the various military thrusts sent from New England to the region to the northeast. Instead of seeing the expansion of New England into Nova Scotia as leading inevitably and naturally to the expulsion of the Acadians in 1755, Professor Rawlyk perceives Massachusetts' interest in the area as suddenly declining after the Louisbourg campaign of 1745. This indifference, together with other factors, meant that when the American Revolution broke out, Nova Scotia rejected it."
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