Maritime Museum of the Atlantic Publications

The Museum has a long track record of publishing marine history research. The maritime museum’s publishing program began in the 1950s under the banner of the Maritime Museum of Canada.  Publishing continued after 1967 through publications of the Nova Scotia Museum. The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic has also co-published some noteworthy works with regional publishers.

Some are now available online through the Nova Scotia Museum Publishing catalogue. Others may be consulted by visiting the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic Niels Jannasch Library.

Museum Publications

Highlighted publications are available online. Click to Access. Please note: These resources are presented as originally published. The content of older reports may not reflect the current state of knowledge on the topic documented. Please be aware of this when using this resource.

Hello Sailor! Canadian Edition Oral History Project: A Research Report for the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Burton, E., & Harding, B. (2011, March 30). Halifax, Nova Scotia. Final Report. Revised edition, May 10, 2011.

Titanic Remembered: The Unsinkable Ship and Halifax, Official Guide and Souvenir Book, Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Alan Ruffman, Introduction by Dan Conlin, Formac Publishing (1999), 2nd Edition (2013)

The Nova Scotia Museum Isle Haute expedition, July, 1997, Nova Scotia Museum. Curatorial Report ; No. 90  (2000)

Tracing the built form of HMC Dockyard, Brent Raymond, Nova Scotia Museum. Curatorial Report; No. 88 (1999)

Sailing Ship Rigs, McBride, Graham; Info No. 31, Nova Scotia Museum (c.1983), new edition 1999.