Ten Percent of all the Loyalists who settled in Nova Scotia were of African decent. These African Nova Scotians planted the seeds for the more than fifty Black communities that would eventually be established in every part of the province. Volume Two of The Times of African Nova Scotians explores the history of these communities. Where were they located? Who were the community founders and what happened to these communities? Senior contributors to this edition include Dr. George Elliott Clarke, Dr. Sylvia Hamilton, Dr. Walter Borden and Dr. Geraldine Browning, all of whom are descendants of founding families of their own communities.