Abegweit Review. Vol. 8, No. 2 (A Scottish Issue) and Vol. 9, No. 1 (A Second Scottish Issue)

By: MacINTYRE, Wendell P. (ed.)

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MacINTYRE, Wendell P., (ed.). Abegweit Review. Vol. 8, No. 2 (A Scottish Issue) and Vol. 9, No. 1 (A Second Scottish Issue). (Charlottetown, P.E.I.: Friends of St. Andrew's Press, 1995-1997). Pp (1),i-iv,1-163; (2),i-vi,1-200. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated pale green (Vol. 8, No. 2) and cream (Vol. 9, No. 1) card covers. Vol. 8, No. 2 was the Fall 1995 / Spring 1996 issue;Vol. 9, No. 1 was the Fall 1996 / Spring / Summer 1997 issue (although the cover states December 1997). Contents : Vol. 8, No. 2 : The Campbell/MacDo nald Rivalry (by Robert L. CDampbell); Sir R oderick: Recollections of a Country Doctor (by Frank Ledwell); Islanderes: Their Long Traditio of, and Interest, in Politics (by Hon. J. Angus MacLean); Four Letters from Scotland to People on Prince Edward Island (by Matthew Hatvany); Sailboats in Charlottetown Harbour (a poem) (by George Keefe); Island Connections (by James MacNeill); Letter from Scotland (by John McIsaac); Eccentrics I Have Known and Heard About (by Williasm Scott); Captain John MacDonald and the Glenaladale Settlers: The Proprietor as Community Leader (by Kenneth A. MacKinnon); Matthew, Where are You? (a Short Story) (by Shelley MacDonald); A Sketch ofthe History of the Congregation of Norte Dame in P.E.I. (Part 1) (by Siste r Marion MacDonald); Three-Act Play (a Poem) (by Heather J. Morrison); "Lucy," "Jane," and the Bishop: A Study in Extant Passenger Lists (by James P. Lawson); Prince Edward Island and Confederation (Pa« Two) (by F.W.P. Bolger); Some Account of Prince Edward Island and Its Advantages as a Settlement for Emigrants (Author unknown). Vol. 9, No. 1 : Scottish-Canadian Literature and the Popular Culture of Nineteenth-Century Canada (by Kenneth MacKinnon); Three Men Adrift on a Raging Sea (by George Keefe); The Vernon River MacNeills (by William MacNeill McGurk); No Saints in B.C. (by Alex Maclnnis);Over the Bay, but Not Over the Hill (by Reg Pendergast); A History of Vict oria (by MacKenzie-Dixon); The Church in Scotland. As of 1997 (by William Scott); The Way it Was: A Brief Social History of the Boughton River Area 1890-1930 (by The Happy Pioneers Senior Citizens Club, St. Georges, PEI); "Whitecaps at Campbell's Cove" (by George Keefe); My Scottish Heritage (by Doorothy Grifin-Farish); A Boyhood Adventure in Canada (by Francis Pike, Jr.);The Linus C. MacKinnon Family of Richmond, P.E.I. (by Cecelia MacKinnon); A Letter by Coundouly Rankin, 1831 (by Kenneth MacKinnon); The Last Rites (by Reg Pendergast); A Prayer Sent Home (by Bernard A. MacDonald); The FirstLady of Strathgartney (by Frank Ledwell); Scottish Immigration to Prince E dward Island: An Informal Overview (by Kenneth MacKinnon); "Bethlehem" - inScots Verse (by Sir Alexander Gray); Peter Had the Last Word (by Reg Pende rgast); Old DeSable (by C.C. Jnce); A Eulogy to Sara (MacDonald) Pike, R.N.(by Francis Pike, Jr.); Into Everlasting Fire (by Reg Pendergast); Gordon James MacArthur, M.M. (1887-1986); Alfred Morrison's Paintings and RelevantHistorical Material (by Alfred Morrison). Very good. Vol. 9, No. 1 signed with inscription by the editor. The 2 volumes for 50.00

Title: Abegweit Review. Vol. 8, No. 2 (A Scottish Issue) and Vol. 9, No. 1 (A Second Scottish Issue)

Author Name: MacINTYRE, Wendell P. (ed.)

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Publisher: Friends of St. Andrew's Press, Charlottetown, P.E.I., 1995,:

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