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No Place Like Home

Diaries and Letters of Nova Scotia Women 1771-1938

by (author) Margaret Conrad, Toni Laidlaw & Donna Smyth

Formac Publishing Company Limited
Initial publish date
Feb 2008
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Margaret Conrad has taught several generations of students at Acadia University and the University of New Brunswick. A longtime advocate of Planter Studies, she has also published several general histories of Canada and Atlantic Canada.

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TONI LAIDLAW teaches in the School of Education at Dalhousie Univeristy. She is a feminist therapist and has been instrumental in developing Women\s Studies in Atlantic Canada.'

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Donna Smyth lives on an old farm in Hants County, Nova Scotia. In addition to numerous short stories, poems and non-fiction pieces, Smyth has published two novels, Quilt and Subversive Elements, and a young adult novel, Loyalist Runaway, which won the 1992 Dartmouth Fiction Award. Her previous plays include Giant Anna and an adaptation of Alice Through the Looking Glass.

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