Collection MC 873 - Charlotte County Essays

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Charlotte County Essays

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CA CCA MC 873

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  • 1993 (Creation)

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0.5cm of Textual Records

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This collection contains a pair of essays whose topics are related to Charlotte County. The first is titled “Cultural Life of Charlotte County: Presentation to Heritage Canada” by Margaret Ray Peterson, which discusses the culture of Charlotte County and how it can still be seen today. The second essay is titled “The National Policy and the Industrialization of the Maritimes, 1880-1910” by T.W. Acheson, which discusses an economic transition which occurred in the Maritimes during the late 1800s.

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Good, although the edges of one of the papers is slightly wrinkled.

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  • English

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