Yarmouth Municipality’s

Protestant Churches

 
 

This album contains photographs of rural Protestant churches that served congregations in six villages of the Municipality of the District of Yarmouth: Arcadia, Hebron, South Ohio, Port Maitland, Carleton, and Kemptville.

References and Notes

    [1] For information about heritage buildings in the Municipality of the District of Yarmouth, please consult the heritage property inventory site forms at the Yarmouth County Museum and Archives.

    [2] South Ohio Churches, a blue three-ring binder of notes and photographs at the Yarmouth County Museum and Archives. In particular see “Churches” and “North Temple Church” on pp. 9–10.

    [3] For information about Beaver River and Port Maitland please see: Historical Trails Through Port Maitland, Beaver River, Sandford, Short Beach, Darling’s Lake. Compiled and published by the High Hopes Senior Citizens Club, Port Maitland, Nova Scotia, 1985. 299 pp.

    [4] I thank archivists Lisette Gaudet, of the Yarmouth County Museum and Archives (YCMA), and Peter Crowell, of the Argyle Township Court House Archives (ATCHA), for providing access to photographs and archival material about Yarmouth County’s rural Protestant churches. All photographs labeled YCMA or ATCHA are copyrighted; please contact the appropriate Archives if you wish to obtain copies. As well, I am grateful to Wilfred H. Allan for allowing me to display images of his post cards.

William Day (1 September 2016)