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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.
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Rev. of Lady Landlords of Prince Edward Island: Imperial Dreams and the Defence of Property by Rusty Bittermann and Margaret McCallum
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Rev. of Sir Andrew Macphail: The Life and Legacy of a Canadian Man of Letters by Ian Ross Robertson
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Rev. of Pulling Strings: Policy Insights for Prince Edward Island from other Sub-National Island Jurisdictions by Godfrey Baldacchino and Kathleen Stuart
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Rev. of A Happy Holiday: English-Canadians and Transatlantic Tourism, 1870-1930 by Cecilia Morgan
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Its pastoral landscape has long permeated Prince Edward Island’ s tourist appeal and shaped its cultural identity. Nineteenth-century tourist promotion extolled the health benefits of sea breezes for travellers fleeing the summer swelter of urban America but, by the interwar period, tourism litera...
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The purpose of this case study is to investigate the role islands play in their own colonization and settlement by human societies. It examines the early nineteenth century colonization by Southeastern Irish of two islands – Newfoundland and Prince Edward Island – and a section of the mainland, ...
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