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Calling the Maritimes Home: Origins, Attitudes, Quirks & Curiosities

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From Anne of Green Gables to Ashley MacIsaac, from the Cape Breton Highlands to the Bay of Fundy, the Maritimes offer a rich variety of culture and history. This book celebrates these eastern Canadian provinces and their people. With a perceptive eye and generous wit, Julie Watson revels in the region's diversity of customs and traditions, its creative arts and cuisine, its lingoes and lifestyles. The book is equally suited for Maritimers at home or abroad, and for armchair travelers curious about this unusual destination.

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From Anne of Green Gables to Ashley MacIsaac, from the Cape Breton Highlands to the Bay of Fundy, the Maritimes offer a rich variety of culture and history. This book celebrates these eastern Canadian provinces and their people. With a perceptive eye and generous wit, Julie Watson revels in the region's diversity of customs and traditions, its creative arts and cuisine, its lingoes and lifestyles. The book is equally suited for Maritimers at home or abroad, and for armchair travelers curious about this unusual destination.

Synopsis:

From Anne of Green Gables to Ashley MacIsaac, from the Cape Breton Highlands to the Bay of Fundy, the Maritimes offer a rich variety of culture and history. This book, written by the author of "Simple Pleasures from Our Maritine Kitchens," celebrates these eastern Canadian provinces and their people. Illustrations throughout.

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ISBN:
9781551926780
Subtitle:
Origins, Attitudes, Quirks, and Curiosities
Publisher:
Raincoast Books
Author:
Watson, Julie V.
Subject:
Canada - General
Subject:
Canada - Atlantic Provinces
Subject:
TRAVEL / Canada/Atlantic Provinces (NB, NF, NS, PE)
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Publication Date:
20040615
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Illustrations:
BandW illustrations throughout
Pages:
192
Dimensions:
900x600

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Calling the Maritimes Home: Origins, Attitudes, Quirks & Curiosities
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"Synopsis" by ,
From Anne of Green Gables to Ashley MacIsaac, from the Cape Breton Highlands to the Bay of Fundy, the Maritimes offer a rich variety of culture and history. This book celebrates these eastern Canadian provinces and their people. With a perceptive eye and generous wit, Julie Watson revels in the region's diversity of customs and traditions, its creative arts and cuisine, its lingoes and lifestyles. The book is equally suited for Maritimers at home or abroad, and for armchair travelers curious about this unusual destination.
"Synopsis" by , From Anne of Green Gables to Ashley MacIsaac, from the Cape Breton Highlands to the Bay of Fundy, the Maritimes offer a rich variety of culture and history. This book, written by the author of "Simple Pleasures from Our Maritine Kitchens," celebrates these eastern Canadian provinces and their people. Illustrations throughout.

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