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... places on the world map.
Historians and genealogists must love Atlantic Canada and are sure to visit. To you others out there: come out, come out wherever you are! The Maritimes are a wonderful part of Canada and are deserving of much more than a week-long (or even our 3-week-long) road trip.
Embrace your roots, but -- for goodness sake -- let your past R.I.P. Enjoy what today offers you!
... 190 bodies. She was relieved by the Minia, also a Halifax-based cable ship.
The Minia had been at sea when the Titanic sank, but returned to Halifax in order to collect the necessary supplies before sailing from the Central Wharf on April 22 for the scene of the disaster. After eight days of searching, the Minia was only able to find 17 bodies, two of ...
... by the
biggest naval port on the east coast gaining a unique water view of the gigantic
destroyers, frigates and submarines. “Any you boys seen an aircraft carrier
around here?” Another port brings another fantastic meal ashore on the boss,
allowing us to stretch our legs and mouths.
Dawn launch the next morning (apparently there is no other
kind), we had our next 38 hour run on open waters ahead, anticipating our next
... worth a million dollars. He used these gains to form the Halifax Banking Company which is still a bank in the region. As the closest port to the site of the Titanic Disaster, Halifax was the first responders to the sinking. Many of the casualties of the sinking are buried in the city of Halifax. Several years ago we had visited the Port of Cobh, or Queenstown as it was known when the Titanic left Europe on its ill-fated Maiden Voyage. On April 1, 1996, Halifax merged with ...
... requested this building be constructed in 1878. Mr Power operated his undertaking business until his death in 1892. The company is also known for having the first glass hearse in Saint John which was often seen going through the carriageway beside the house to and from the stables which were behind the shop (the gates for the carriageway are still present today). Across the street on the corner of Princess and Germain St we caught a glimpse of the Union Club, a gentlemans club founded in ...