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Rev. of Settling and Unsettling Memories: Essays in Canadian Public History, edited by Nicole Neatby and Peter Hodgins.
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The article discusses the involvement of residents of Prince Edward Island in the Irish Repeal Movement, which sought to repeal the Act of Union of 1800 between Great Britain and Ireland, focusing on the years 1843 and 1844. It comments on the Loyal National Repeal Association, led by Irish politica...
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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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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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The article discusses the Catholic studies initiatives at universities in Canada, particularly the University of Prince Edward Island (UPEI). It also cites the unique partnership in Catholic Studies with the Centre for Culture and Christianity at UPEI's Department of Religious Studies. The courses o...
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In the winter of 1866 Prince Edward Island was swept by rumours of an attack by the Fenian Brotherhood, Irish American rebels intent on using an invasion of British North America to loosen Britain's hold on Ireland. Unlike other parts of British North America, the handling of the Fenian Scare o...
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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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The examination of a letter written by first Roman Catholic bishop of Prince Edward Island, the Scottish Highlander Angus Bernard MacEachern, written in 1832 to a former parishoner Angus Walker in which the bishop engages in clever code switching from English to Scottish Gaelic and back in order...
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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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Rev. of The Paradise Island story, by Paul Albury. Second edition, revised by Anne and Jim Lawlor
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