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Myths and Museums

by Jeff A. Webb It’s never good to eavesdrop. But sometimes the temptation to anonymously listen in on how others see things is irresistible. During a recent visit to The Rooms to see the latest acquisitions at the Art Gallery, … Continue reading

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“a great ship moored near the fishing banks for the convenience of English fishermen”

by Jeff Webb Attentive readers of the scholarship on the Atlantic Provinces might wonder why someone whose work has been almost exclusively on the history of the 20th century would publish a research note in an issue of Acadiensis on … Continue reading

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