Endorsements and Links to Louisa's World
I. High Praise:
1. Britannica.com. Citation. Four Stars.
2. Wichita Falls Public Library Prothro Genealogy Research Center
Louisa's World: the 1815 Diary of a Nova Scotia Farm Girl - This site illustrates
the true contribution hypertext makes to family history. The Web at its best!
3. Internet Resources (College and Research Libraries News) June 1999
Louisa’s World. This well-done site brings together an original manuscript diary
with links to the supporting documents. A great example of how the Web will allow
librarians to make their collections more accessible.
4. Digital Librarian: Genealogy - A librarian's choice of the best of the Web
5. Charlene's Special
An extraordinary website. Extremely well-crafted.
6. Resources for Writers
Diary of a Nova Scotia Farm Girl Louisa Collins, of Colin Grove, Dartmouth ...
is a family history site and a Look at Country Life in the Regency Period.
See the links "Intro," "Diary," and "Afterword" as good samples of writing.
7. Article - Journals & Diaries - Part I - East Coast Kin
There are so many delightful entries in Louisa’s diary, it is difficult to cite only a few.
…Edited and extensively annotated by Dale McClare, this charming book is jam-packed
with fascinating substantiating details and is almost impossible to put down.
Absolutely charming. Perhaps the oldest recorded diary on the Internet.
1. Southwest State University, Marshall, Minnesota
2. Voice of the Shuttle: History Page (University of California at Santa Barbara)
3. Electronic books (Seneca College)
4. Modern: Diaries, Letters, and related materials (University of York, England)
5. Acadia University - History2433 Women in Canada 1500-1867)
6. Genealogy Resources on the Internet - WWW/Canada (University of Michigan)
7. Threads of Change in ELAR
III. Internet Picks:
1. Site du Jour of the Day - July 1998
2. What's New With the Genealogy Home Page January-June, 1997
3. What's New - January 8, 2001 (under Some American History Resources)
4. Prior Cool Canadian Sites of the Day
5. Yahoo! Canada Picks of the Week
IV. Women’s Groups:
1. Adriana Craciun-- Women Romantic Writers
2. Women’s International History Resources
3. Stories and Journals up from the 19th Cnetury
4. Women's Links
5. Websites on Egodocuments and Autobiography
6. Backflip Publisher: vbagwell | Folder: 19th Century
7. Literature: Mainly Regency
8. Jessamyn's Regency Costume Links
9. Black Stump Women
V. National Sites - Canada:
1. National Library of Canada
2. Civilization.ca (Museum of Civilization)
3. Canada Special
5. Holisticopia: Nova Scotia history
6. Canada Information Page
7. Maplesquare - Culture and Society - History
8. Canadian History
9. Canadian Geographic-History
10. Canadian History on the Web
11. Clifton's Corner
VI. Nova Scotia Sites:
1. Blupete's Nova Scotia History Books (under Collins, Louisa)
2. Nova Scotia at the JumpZone
3. Nova Scotia Online: Shopping : Bookstores
1. Nova Scotia Provincial unit study - facts and symbols
2. Shepherd Junior HS, Mesa, Arizona: World History
3. Pullman Kids: Geography: Canada: Nova Scotia
4. Kingston Public Library
5. The Making Of Canada (Durham District School Board, Ontario -Part of Curriculum)
6. Nieworld: Army of Two
7. Sympatico Discover Learning - Nova Scotia Linxs
1. The Genealogy Forum: Internet Center: Nova Scotia Personal Homepages
2. General Links - HalifaxCountyNSGenWeb
3. Family/Personal Genealogy Pages, January-June, 1997
4. Nova Scotia Sights and Sounds
5. Listings Nova Scotia: Society: Genealogy
6. Canadian Genealogy and History Links - Nova Scotia
7. My Family
8. Chamberlain Family
9. Cyndi's List - Canada - Nova Scotia
10. Genealogical Gateway to the Web
11. Aladin's Genie-alogie