This Internet version is prepared by Colin Stewart for the Federation of Nova Scotia Naturalists, with the permission of the author and publisher. The footnotes were deleted in preparing this version, and not all figures will be immediately available; otherwise the contents are unchanged.
What is this and Why have we made it available?This is an INTERNET version of the above titled booklet by Brian Kinsman. The three islands (McNabs, Lawlors and Devils) have been in the process of becoming a provincial park for decades. They have immense natural, historical and recreational significance. Posting this document makes the historical significance more widely available.
Information on the McNabs Island Park Planning process including the public discussion documents will be available through the McNabs Island Park Home Page.
Download: TEXT OF SECTIONSThe following links facilitate downloading the text (in HTML format). File size is indicated. The full Table of Contents is in the next (Contents) section.
Download: FIGURESThe figures without a link are not current available electronically. For those that are available, the file size is indicated.
This Internet version of McNabs Island: An Historical Overview is provided by the Federation of Nova Scotia Naturalists (FNSN) as a contribution to the park planning process and was moved to the Friends of McNabs Island Society site for long term reference (July '97)
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