Q: WHY HAVE NOVA SCOTIA'S BEEN CALLED "BLUE NOSERS" SINCE THE 1700s?
A: Because of the dye on their noses. Many Nova Scotians planted and exported Irish Bluenose Potatoes. Blue marks left on the noses of fishermen, left by their blue mitts, gave them the nickname "Bluenosers". (The original Bluenose Schooner was named for them)
Q: THE TOWN OF BRIDGEWATER WAS ORIGINALLY CALLED WHAT?
A: New Dublin
Q: WHAT BOOK DID SHERMAN HINES PUBLISH IN 1978?
A: Outhouses of the East