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The Maritimes

Tradition, Challenge & Change

edited by George Peabody, Richard Thorne & Carolyn MacGregor

Publisher
Formac Publishing Company Limited
Initial publish date
Jan 1987
Category
General
  • Paperback / softback

    ISBN
    9780921921011
    Publish Date
    Jan 1987
    List Price
    $22.95
  • Hardback

    ISBN
    9780921921004
    Publish Date
    Jan 1987
    List Price
    $34.95

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Description

The Maritimes: Tradition, Challenge & Change is a high school textbook used to teach students about the social conditions of the Maritimes.
Every major aspect of the region is included--its natural resources and economy, its changing social and political life, and its unique cultural expressions. Often these come alive through the expreiences of the diverse array of Maritimers from all walks of life and from all parts of the region that appear in these pages.
The Maritimes: Tradition, Challenge & Change is a unique picture of a region with a strong sense of tradition, facing many challenges, and undergoing change in every area of life.

About the authors

New Brunswick native GEORGE PEABODY is the author of School Days — A History of One-room Schoolhouses of The Maritimes, and is the editor of a collection of short stories, Best Maritime Short Stories.

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RICHARD THORNE is a native of Saint John, New Brunswick, where he was a teacher and vice-principal for numerous years.

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Carolyn MacGregor has a background in planning and citizen groups in Halifax. She has been a member of the Planning Act Review Committee, a provincial body established to review planning legislation in Nova Scotia.

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