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Blupete's Favorite Links Page
The following links will bring you outside of "Blupete's Website" -- So, Now is a good time, so that you might readily return to Blupete, to book mark "Blupete's Website".


  • Nova Scotia Historic Places register
    § This is an inventory of designated historic properties: houses, churches, cemeteries, canals, mills, lighthouses, etc. This site is supplementary to the federal site, Canada's Historic Places.
  • Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online
    § For many years I have regularly consulted the DCB. This many volumed work done by scholarly people occupies a whole shelf in my library: -- and now, it's online! Wonderful.
  • The Massachusetts Historical Society
  • The National Collection of Aerial Photography
    § "Browse aerial photography of places throughout Europe during the Second World War using a map interface."
  • The Costumer's Manifesto
  • The History of Nova Scotia
    § blupete's contribution to the web.

  • The Works of Bouchette, Joseph
    § British Dominions in North America. Scanned in at
    § Also, see, Report of Tour, Lower-Canada, 1824.
    § And, see, Views in the Canadas, N. B. & N. S.

  • Champlain, Samuel de
    § The Voyages of ... (

  • Charlevoix, Pierre
    § Letters re voyages and travels etc. (

  • Cook, James
    § Voyages (
    § Pacific Voyages (

  • The Hudson's Bay Company Archives
    "The HBCA offers a wealth of information on the human and natural history of western and northern Canada and the western USA. ... Founded in 1670, the Hudson's Bay Company's (HBC) chief interests for its first two centuries were the fur trade, exploration and settlement."
  • American Antiquarian Society
    A national [U.S.] research library of American history located in Worcester, Massachusetts. See the special page on Canadiana
    I came across this site while researching for my work, Dan & Joe.
  • Internet Modern History Sourcebook
    Brought to the web by Fordham University. The site "is intended to serve the needs of teachers and students in college survey courses in modern European history and American history, as well as in modern Western Civilization and World Cultures. Although this part of the Internet History Sourcebooks Project began as a way to access texts that were already available on the Internet ..."
  • Mark Millmore's Ancient Egypt
    About: Egypt, Pyramids, Pharaohs, Hieroglyphs: Lists of Dynasties, Kings and Queens, Links, etc.
  • Locomotive Steam Engines
    A list of surviving in the United States, Canada, and Mexico; Conceptual Tours Steam; Locomotive Builders; Railfairs; Locomotive Comparison; Specifications of famous steam locomotives; etc.
  • Highland Clearances
    A paper by written by Iain Kerr. It is represented to be an approximate "chronological outline of the major incidents which caused population movements in Scotland, from Scotland to Ireland and either directly, or through an intervening refuge, from Scotland and Ireland to the Americas and later Australia."
  • Lewis & Clark
    PBS: This site is supplementary to Ken Burns' work.
  • LIBERTY! The American Revolution
    PBS: This site is an online companion to a series of six one-hour documentaries originally broadcast on PBS November 23, 24, and 25, 1997.
  • What Happened on Any Day in History.
    Pick a day and find out what historic Event or birthdate occurred on that day of through the years.
  • The Loss of Le Chameau.
    On August 27th, 1725, in a storm off the north-eastern corner of Cape Breton, while trying to make the mouth of Louisbourg harbour, Le Chameau, A French man-of-war was sweep in upon the hard rocky shore with the result that all aboard, 316 persons perished.
  • The Discriminating General
    This page is put up by a company that constructs military heritage replicas (1743 to 1855) "to match the needs and specifications of museums and selective collectors. If you are looking for a particular history reproduction, you have found the company to produce it! Our Napoleonic Collection has particularly caught the world's attention. Only surfing the net? Flip through our free on-line magazine on military heritage, or our War of 1812 Website or our Seven Years War Website; all with free articles, events and much more. ... Want to continue your search through military heritage websites? Our links page is the door you're looking for. For your listening pleasure, enjoy our Military Music Sound Clip Gallery."
  • Net Resources
    Index of Resources for Historians.
  • The Old Bailey
    This site features the proceedings at the Old Bailey, the criminal courts at London. The site currently contains accounts of criminal trials, from December 1714 to December 1759. These accounts can be searched in several different ways.
  • The Open Video Project
    The purpose of the Open Video Project is to collect and make available a repository of digitized video content for the digital video, multimedia retrieval, digital library, and other research communities.
  • An Essay: "On History"
  • NOTE:
    Links checked in February, 2021