Bibliography of Publications
• Part IX - Jefferson to Johnstone

Jefferson, H[arold]. B[ruce]. 1958. The Day of Disaster. The Atlantic Advocate, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Vol. 48, No. 5, January, pp. 15-24.

Jessome, Bill. 2004. The Stories That Haunt Us. Nimbus Publishing Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia, ISBN 1-55109-483-5, January, 122 pp.; pp. 59-60.

Jobb, Dean. 1991. Crime Wave: Con Men, Rogues and Scoundrels from Nova Scotia's Past. Pottersfield Press, Porter's Lake, Nova Scotia, pp.; pp. 57-66.

Jobb, Dean. 2003. Setting the record straight. Although the producers of Shattered City deserve praise for dramatizing the long-forgotten court battles that followed the Halifax Explosion, what viewers saw was not accurate. The Chronicle Herald, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Vol. , No. , November 1, pp. C1-C2.

Johnstone, Dwight. c.1920. The Tragedy of Halifax: The Greatest Canadian Disaster in the War (with an undated introductory letter by MacCallum Grant, lieutenant-governor of Nova Scotia). unpublished typed manuscript, Public Archives of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Manuscript Group 26, Vol. 108, pp.; also Manuscript Group 27, Vol. 2, No. 47, 159 pp.

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