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Folklore, Prince Edward Island

Sterling Ramsay

Folklore, Prince Edward Island

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Published by Square Deal Publications in Charlottetown, P.E.I .
Written in English

  • Folklore -- Prince Edward Island,
  • Supernatural.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Sterling Ramsay; general editor, Reshard Gool; layout, Hilda Woolnough [and] Sterling Ramsay; ill., Hilda Woolnough; cover photographs, Linda Outcalt.
    ContributionsGool, Réshard.
    LC ClassificationsGR113 R35
    The Physical Object
    Number of Pages124
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19676577M

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ramsay, Sterling. Folklore, Prince Edward Island. Charlottetown, P.E.I.: Square Deal Publications, []. Folklore: Prince Edward Island. Paperback – January 1, by Sterling. Ramsay (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Paperback, "Please retry" — Author: Sterling. Ramsay. This Time It's Forever, book 1 of the Prince Edward Island Love Letters & Legends trilogy. Set on gorgeous Prince Edward Island, Canada, rich in colorful legends and romantic history, this is one romance series you don't want to miss.

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The book is a very unique mixture of catchy rhymes that children love and detailed information about Prince Edward Island.

For example, there is a great illustration of a lighthouse including a sentence rhyme, but then also a paragraph Folklore informative narrative detailing the history of PEI's lighthouses.

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Swathed in mist, surrounded by the secretive sea, wind wailing like the lost souls of sailors around its shores, Prince Edward Island is the ideal setting for the strange and incredible, even the supernatural. Islanders have handed down, from one generation to the next, legends and ghost stories: tales of phantom ships, Indian curses, buried pirate treasure, sea serpents, and ghostly.

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xiii +introduction, 25 black-and-white photographs, maps, notes, bibliography, index, CD Author: Michael Taft. According to Doerflinger, Prince Edward Island has a long history of trouble with government.

The original settlement left the island owned primarily by a handful of absentee landlords who had little sympathy for the common people. When the Canadian Confederation was formed, PEI at first opted out. Ni'n na L'nu: the Mi'kmaq of Prince Edward Island by A.J.B Johnston & Jesse Francis No need of a chief for this band: the Maritime Mi'kmaq and federal electoral legislation, by Martha Walls Oka: a political crisis and its legacy by Harry Swain The old man told us: excerpts from Micmac history, by Ruth Holmes Whitehead.

A CD of Prince Edward Island songs, remastered from Ives's field tapes, accompanies the book. "A big, rich, pleasant read, with an enjoyable accompanying CD featuring fourteen sample songs Ives doesn't know how to write a dull sentence, but what supplements the joy of this book is that he is flush with passion for PEI's and "PI's" -- I.

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He lives in Belfast, Prince Edward Island, with his wife Susan. "About this title" may belong to another edition of this title.3/5(1). The Turret Bell carries an excellent selection of Prince Edward Island Books on history, art, culture, and Island life.

Our shelves are also filled with Island fiction, poetry and children’s books. For that lazy summer afternoon on the beach, we carry the latest fiction and non-fiction bestsellers, and a wide selection of used books. To fully appreciate any tales of early Prince Edward Island, it is best to understand at least a little about the early peoples and how they lived.

For it is with these early dwellers, and the circumstances of their lives, that many legends, folklore, and true tales (as strange as any fiction imaginable) : Dundurn Press. Prince Edward Island is a Canadian province consisting of an island of the same name.

The island is part of Mi'kma'ki, the lands of the Mi'kmaq people. Explored by Europeans in the 16th Century, the French claimed all of the lands of the Maritimes in and French colonists arrived in In the years since Jacques Cartier’s arrival, Prince Edward Island’s history has been tied to the sea and to ships.

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Stories reprinted with permission of Author Janet Kellough from her book “The Legendary Guide to Prince Edward County”. Lost in the Woods When the first settlers arrived in the County, it was heavily forested with white pine and oak.

Big Island, in particular, was said to be heavily wooded with beautiful timber. Trees, however, were. songs native to Newfoundland with those from Prince Edward Island (for example, as one would imagine, the sea often figures prominently). I believe this book would be of interest to anyone who is interested in the Acadians, oral history, island culture, folklore of/in the Maritimes, Canadian and/or French material and examples.

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