Archibald McKellar MacMechan
|Died||August 7, 1933(aged 71)|
|Awards||Lorne Pierce Medal (1932)|
Archibald McKellar MacMechan Dalhousie University and writer. His works deal mainly with Nova Scotia and its history. The Halifax Disaster (Explosion) was an official history of the Halifax Explosion.(June 21, 1862 – 7 August 1933) was a Canadian academic at
He was awarded the Lorne Pierce Medal in 1932.
He was a long-term member of the Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society.
- Concerning The Oldest English Literature, (1889)
- The Relation Of Hans Sachs To The Decameron, (1889)
- Vergil, (1897)
- William Greenwood, (1914)
- The Winning Of Popular Government, (1915)
- Three Sea Songs: Nova Scotia Chapbook, (1919)
- Old Province Tales..., (1924)
- Head-Waters Of Canadian Literature, (1924)
- There Go the Ships, (1928)
- The Centenary Of Haliburton's 'Nova Scotia', (1930)
- Red Snow On Grand Pré, (1934)
- Late Harvest, (1934)
- The Halifax Disaster (Explosion), (1978)
- Janet E. Baker (1977), Archibald MacMechan: Canadian man of letters
- The Cambridge Introduction to Herman Melville, p. 115, editor Kevin J. Hayes.
- Hershel Parker, Herman Melville: A Biography vol. 2, p. 898.
|Wikisource has original works by or about:|
- Works by Archibald MacMechan at Project Gutenberg
- Works by Archibald McKellar MacMechan at Faded Page (Canada)
- Works by or about Archibald MacMechan at Internet Archive
- Works by Archibald MacMechan at LibriVox (public domain audiobooks)
- Nova Scotia History Books. at www.blupete.com
- Dan Conlin Canadian Privateering Homepage, "Archibald MacMechan's 'Ballad of the Rover' "
- The Archives of Archibald MacMechan: A Guide[permanent dead link]
- Archibald MacMechan’s report, The Halifax Disaster