Dr. Kenneth S. Paulsen

Historian and Genealogist

 

Publications

New Light or No Light: The Religious Experience in Lunenburg, 1753-1790.’ In The Nova Scotia Planters in the Atlantic World, 1759-1830, edited by Stephen Henderson and Wendy G. Robicheau.  Fredericton, N.B.: Acadiensis Press, 2012.

‘Rural Women, Leisure, Rural Identity, and Health and Well-being: Historical and Contemporary Connections’ with Deborah Stiles and David Dukeshire. In Rural Women’s Health. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012.

‘The White Family of Lunenburg, Kings and Queens Counties: A Scots-Irish? Family.’ Journal of the Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society, 12 (2009): 187-204.

‘The Valentine Families of Great Stukeley.’ The Huntsman: The Journal of the Huntingdonshire Family History Society, 62 (March 2009), 14-15.

‘Female Inheritance and English Common Law in 18th Century Lunenburg: A Cultural Clash.’  In European Origins and Colonial Travail: The Settlement of Lunenburg / Steiniger Weg in die Neue Welt: Protestantische Siedler gründen Lunenburg, edited by Paul B. and Eva Maria Huber. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Messenger Publications, Inc., 2003.


‘Resistance to Assimilation in 18th Century Lunenburg.’  In European Origins and Colonial Travail: The Settlement of Lunenburg / Steiniger Weg in die Neue Welt: Protestantische Siedler gründen Lunenburg, edited by Paul B. and Eva Maria Huber. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Messenger Publications, Inc., 2003.


‘The First “Canadian” Election: 1758 in Lunenburg.’  In European Origins and Colonial Travail: The Settlement of Lunenburg / Steiniger Weg in die Neue Welt: Protestantische Siedler gründen Lunenburg, edited by Paul B. and Eva Maria Huber. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Messenger Publications, Inc., 2003.


‘The Meisner Family.’ Journal of the Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society, 6 (2003): 171-200.

‘The Foreign Protestant Planters: The Settlement of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, 1753-1760.’ with Punch, Terrence M. In Register of the Foreign Protestants of Nova Scotia (ca. 1749-1770), by Winthrop Pickard Bell, edited by J. Christopher Young. Guelph, Ont.: J. Christopher Young, 2003.

‘The Sources of Information for Bell’s Register.’ In Register of the Foreign Protestants of Nova Scotia (ca. 1749-1770), by Winthrop Pickard Bell, edited by J. Christopher Young. Guelph, Ont.: J. Christopher Young, 2003.

‘Key to Deciphering Bell’s Register.’ with Young, J. Christopher. In Register of the Foreign Protestants of Nova Scotia (ca. 1749-1770), by Winthrop Pickard Bell, edited by J. Christopher Young. Guelph, Ont.: J. Christopher Young, 2003.

The Provincial Election of 1758: The First Vote in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 156 (April 2002), 159-164.

‘Lunenburg and the Formation of Local Government in Nova Scotia.’ In Planter Links: Community and Culture in Colonial Nova Scotia, edited by Margaret Conrad. Fredericton, N.B.: Acadiensis Press, 2001.

‘The First "Canadian" Election: 1758 in Lunenburg.’ Neuschottländer Bote -Nova Scotian Messenger, 6:2 (Summer 2001), 24-25.

‘Religion and Identity in Planter-Era Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, 1753-1875.’ In Deutschkanadisches Jahrbuch - German-Canadian Yearbook, Vol. 16, edited by Lothar Zimmermann and Hartmut Froeschle. Toronto: Historical Society of Mecklenburg Upper Canada, 2000.

‘Settlement and Ethnicity in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, 1753-1800: A History of the Foreign-Protestant Community.’  Doctoral Dissertation, University of Maine, 1996.  Unpublished manuscript.

‘The Heysons: A ‘Foreign-Protestant’ Family of Lunenburg Township. 1753-1800.’ Nova Scotia Historical Review, 15:2 (December 1995): 124-147.

‘The Emoneau Family of the Principality of Montbéliard and Lunenburg, N.S.’ NEXUS, 12 (1995): 146-152.

‘Land, Family and Inheritance in Lunenburg Township, Nova Scotia: 1760-1800.’ In Intimate Relations: Family and Community in Planter Nova Scotia, 1759-1800, edited by Margaret Conrad. Fredericton, N.B.:Acadiensis Press 1995.

‘The Deladeray (Deladoey) Family of Switzerland and Lunenburg Township, Nova Scotia, 1753-1830.’ NEXUS, 10 (October-December 1993): 152-155.