Acadiensis

Volume 38, numéro 2, fall 2009

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Front Matter

Contributors / Collaborateurs

Front Matter

  1. Editor’s Note

Articles

  1. The Apocrypha of Minnie McGee: : The Murderous Mother and the Multivocal State in 20th-Century Prince Edward Island
  2. Slave Life and Slave Law in Colonial Prince Edward Island, 1769-1825
  3. “Are we going to do the most important things?” : Senator Muriel McQueen Fergusson, Feminist Identities, and the Royal Commission on the Status of Women
  4. Empire, the Maritime Colonies, and the Supplanting of Mi’kma’ki/Wulstukwik, 1780-1820
  5. Between Community and State: : Practicing Public Health in Cape Breton, 1938-1948
  6. “A highly favoured people”: : The Planter Narrative and the 1928 Grand Historic Pageant of Kentville, Nova Scotia

Review Essays / Notes Critiques

Back Matter

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