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- Peter Toner reviews Anna Kearney Guigné’s The Forgotten Songs of the Newfoundland Outports: As Taken from Kenneth Peacock’s Newfoundland Field Collection, 1951-1961.
- Throwback Thursday: Robert McIntosh, “The Boys in the Nova Scotian Coal Mines: 1873-1923”
- No ordinary teacher: A remembrance of Terry Punch
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Category Archives: Book Review
Antonine Maillet. La Sagouine. Trans. Wayne Grady (Fredericton: Goose Lane Editions, 2015) By Chantal Richard Literary translation is a risky endeavour. Translating an iconic work written in a dialect so specific that it requires a lexicon in its original language … Continue reading
Linda Kealey reviews Joanne Findon’s Seeking Our Eden: The Dreams and Migrations of Sarah Jameson Craig
Joanne Findon. Seeking Our Eden: The Dreams and Migrations of Sarah Jameson Craig (Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2015). By Linda Kealey Seeking Our Eden provides an engrossing account of a 19th-century woman born and raised in rural New … Continue reading
Thomas Peace reviews Brian Cuthbertson’s Stubborn Resistance: New Brunswick Maliseet and Mi’kmaq in defence of their lands
Brian Cuthbertson. Stubborn Resistance: New Brunswick Maliseet and Mi’kmaq in defence of their lands (Halifax: Nimbus Publishing, 2015). By Thomas Peace Brian Cuthbertson’s Stubborn Resistance presents a nuanced and detailed window into the legal and bureaucratic processes through which Maliseet … Continue reading
Dan Soucoup. A Short History of Fredericton (Halifax: Nimbus Publishing, 2015). by Koral LaVorgna Fredericton became a city in order to satisfy a particular tenet of English ecclesiastical law that required city status for the appointment of a bishop. In … Continue reading
Alan MacEachern review’s Nicholas Guitard, The Lost Wilderness: Rediscovering W.F. Ganong’s New Brunswick
Nicholas Guitard, The Lost Wilderness: Rediscovering W.F. Ganong’s New Brunswick (Fredericton: Goose Lane Editions, 2015). by Alan MacEachern “Everything which concerns New Brunswick interests me,” wrote W.F. Ganong in a paper for the Royal Society of Canada in 1895. Although … Continue reading
C. Ted Behne, ed., The Travel Journals of Tappan Adney, 1887-1890 (Fredericton: Goose Lane Editions, 2010) and The Travel Journals of Tappan Adney: Vol 2, 1891-1896 (Fredericton: Goose Lane Editions, 2014). by Martha Walls C. Ted Behne’s edited volumes, The … Continue reading
Book Review: Christopher Schultz on Michael Winter, Into the Blizzard: Walking the Fields of the Newfoundland Dead
Michael Winter, Into the Blizzard: Walking the Fields of the Newfoundland Dead (Toronto: Doubleday, 2014). by Christopher Schultz. It took until the penultimate page of Michael Winter’s Into the Blizzard to finally make sense of the previous three-hundred and some … Continue reading
David G. Bell, Loyalist Rebellion in New Brunswick: A Defining Conflict for Canada’s Political Culture (Halifax: Formac, 2013). by Keith Grant In March 1786, the New Brunswick House of Assembly passed the Act against Tumults and Disorders, upon pretence of … Continue reading
While Acadiensis remains committed to publishing review essays in the pages of the journal, occasionally we receive books that do not easily lend themselves to our review essay format. When this occurs we will publish single book reviews here on … Continue reading