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Rev. of The Paradise Island story, by Paul Albury. Second edition, revised by Anne and Jim Lawlor
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The article offers information on the national heritage and story of Canada. It is noted that the only place in Canada where one may experience the narrative of Confederation is Prince Edward Island. The story of Canada is told at the Founder's Hall, an interpretative centre located in the capital c...
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MacDonald examines how severe storms are remembered in regional oral traditions. He compares two 19th-century storms on Prince Edward Island, and explores why one is more vivid in cultural memory than the other.