|The Captian John West House c. 1760 is one of the oldest buildings in Liverpool, and also one of the last gambrel-roofed houses in Liverpool. When you've been sitting there for 250 years, you accumulate a lot of archaeological resources. Archaeology is planned for this site in 2009!
|Wobamkek Beach This area is home to a lot of stories about French explorers, Acadian traders, Loyalists and American tourists. It also is home to a bunch of strange archaeological features. Archaeology is planned for this site in 2009.
|Guysboro Township at Port Mouton, Queens County Read about the famous Tarleton's Legion and the Port Mouton connection.
|De Monts and Champlain Encampment Site at Southwest Port Mouton, Queens County, Nova Scotia
|Pest House (Birch Point Hospital) near Milton, Queens County, Nova Scotia
|The Black Methodist Episcopal Church Project, at Mount Pleasant, Queens County, Nova Scotia
|Nicholas Denys Fishing Post at Port Rossignol This site is thought to have been located at Brooklyn, Queens County, Nova Scotia
|Wreck of the Duc de Choiseul in Liverpool Harbour
|Fort Morris (at Liverpool Town Plot)
|Old Milton Schoolhouse Site
Take a look at our Principles for Conducting Archaeological Investigations
Nova Scotia Special Places Protection Act
Nova Scotia Cemeteries Protection Act
Nova Scotia Treasure Trove Act