Published October 27, 2003
by Formac .
Written in English
|Contributions||Janet Kitz (Preface)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||72|
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An ultra-modern waterfront home with a $10 million asking price, is seen on the Northwest Arm in Halifax on Wednesday, Sept. 7, The Canadian Press comments Leave a . By Andrew Macdonald Halifax-Chester realtor David Dunn has just listed on an exclusive basis the mansion belonging to Kelly Dawe. Dawe was once married to mining expert, Wade Dawe The mansion on the Northwest Arm is located at Birchdale Ave. Buy Halifax's Northwest Arm: An Illustrated History by Heather Watts, Michele Raymond, Janet Kitz (Preface by) online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now. Northwest Arm of Halifax Harbour near sunset, showing the landmark Dingle Memorial Tower on the right. Sunrise on the Northwest arm The Northwest Arm, originally named Sandwich River,  is an inlet in eastern Canada off the Atlantic Ocean in Nova Scotia 's Halifax Regional Municipality.
The Northwest Arm is a fork in the path of Halifax Harbour; a three mile by 3 quarters of a mile stretch of water cleaved off of the main habour by Halifax Peninsula. On the earliest maps of the region the Arm is noted as Sandwich or Hawke River. The early explorers of the region seem to. A facsimile edition of the original printing of John W. Regans guide to the people and traditions of the inlet known in Halifax as the Northwest Arm. A Halifax couple has lost their appeal to put a swimming pool on their million-dollar property bordering Halifax's Northwest Arm, despite going to great lengths to make it happen. This work was transcribed from records of the British Admiralty pertaining to American prisoners of war held at Halifax, Nova Scotia, from June to April The internment facility was on the Northwest Arm of Halifax Harbor. The unmarked graves of who died as prisoners are located there.