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 Market place in Halifax
  Photo by the Notman Studio, 1880s.
Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management N-895
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Market place in Halifax

Black Nova Scotians made the trek from the Prestons and Cherry Brook, east of Dartmouth, to sell goods and produce at the market on Bedford Row and Cheapside, near the Halifax waterfront.