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Nova Scotia Council

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The Nova Scotia Council (1720–1758) was the British administrative and judicial body in Nova Scotia. The Nova Scotia Council was also known as the Council of Nova Scotia, the Annapolis Council and the Halifax Council. After 1749, the Nova Scotia Council was limited to administrative powers and the judicial courts are set separately.
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    • Historical context 

    • Acadian Deputies 

    • Annapolis Council 

    • Councilors 

    • Halifax Council 

    • Extirpation Proclamation (1749) 

    • Treaty with Shubenacadie Mi'kmaq (1752) 

    • Expulsion of the Acadians (1755) 

    • Halifax Treaties (1760-61)