PARENTEAU, Bill (ed.). FINGARD, Judith WEBB, Jeff A. LEWIS, Timothy D.
Title: Acadiensis : Journal of the History of the Atlantic Region. Vol. 35, No. 1,Autumn 2005.
Publisher:  Department of History, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, N.B., 2005,
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PARENTEAU, Bill (ed.). Acadiensis : Journal of the History of the Atlantic Region. Vol. XXXV, No. 1, Autumn 2005. Fredericton, N.B.: Department of History, University of New Brunswick, 2005. Pp -196. Illustrated. Maps.. 8vo, blue and white card covers. Articles : Pérégrinations et conquête du sol(1755-1836) : l’implantation acadienne sur la rive nord de la Baie-des-Cha leurs (par Christian Blais); The Politics of Mental Health Care in Nova Scotia: The Case of the Halifax County Hospital, 1940-1976 (by Judith Fingard and John Rutherford); Defeating the Farmers’ Efforts to Help Themselves: The Role of the State in the Collapse of the United Farmers Co-operative Company of New Brunswick, 1918-1922 (by Timothy D. Lewis); Who speaks for the public?:The Debate over Government or Private Broadcasting in Newfoundland, 1939-1949 (by Jeff A. Webb); PEI Women Attending University Off and On the Island to 1943 (by Heidi MacDonald); Fishing the North Atlantic Border Seas: American Capital in a New Environment, 1818-1854 (by Brian Payne). Forum : The Quest of the Folk. Saying What You Mean: Form and Rhetoric in Ian McKay’s The Quest of the Folk (by David Creelman); Reflections on Modernity and Antimodernism in Ian McKay’s The Quest of the Folk (by Stephen Dutcher); Commentary: Quest of the Folk (by Greg Marquis); Images of the Fisher Folk in Newfoundland, 1900-1930s (by Miriam Wright); The Quest @ 2006 (by Ian McKay). Research Notes : Railway Tourism in the “Land of Evangeline”, 1882-1946 (by Monica MacDonald). Review Essays : The “trickle is worth noting”: Common Law and Consumerism in Early Newfoundland History (by W.G. Godfrey); Exploring the Acadian Identity: a Review of Naomi Griffiths’ From Migrant toAcadian (by Sheila Andrew); and book reviews. Very good, 15.00