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Informal Religion

  • NSSXA T-559
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File consists of two audio reels that feature sound recordings of a speech presented by Reverend Vincent Waterman at St. Philip's African Orthodox Church to the Friends of Whitney Pier that outlines the history of the Church.Track listing is ...

Interview with Dr. Les Bentley (U.N.I.A.)

  • NSSXA T-730
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File consists of two audio reels that feature sound recordings of of Dr. Leo Bartley of the United Negro Improvement Association discussing the organization and its history in Cape Breton.Track listing is as follows:Side A:Came to Cape Breton in 1...

Only the Shadows Remain: Ethnic History of Whitney Pier

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Item is a report that features information about the Black, Jewish, Newfoundland and Eastern European communities in Whitney Pier. The report pays special attention to issues faced by the Black Quarter, including racism and out-migration, and fea...

The Black Community in Cape Breton

  • NSSXA T-799
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Item consists of an audio reel that features a sound recording of C.B.I. Radio's Bill Doyle interviewing Ed Parris about Cape Breton's Black community.Track listing is as follows:Black culture in Cape Breton; His parents came from Barbad...

The Blacks of Whitney Pier

  • NSSXA T-2083
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File consists of two audio reels that feature sound recordings of Vernon Tull being interviewed by Elizabeth Beaton about the Black population in Whitney Pier.Track listing is as follows:Side A:Genealogical sketchEarly African Orthodox Church in C...

The History of the African Orthodox Church

  • NSSXA BX 9999 A3 TF7
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Item is a book about the history of the African Orthodox Church written by Rev. A.C. Terry-Thompson, D.D.. The book includes a history of St. Philip's Church, Sydney.