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‘Gone Red Road’

G'day there! Well, it would seem that Old Man Winter is back in town for the second time in only a few days. Blecch. I don't know about you, but my day started bright (dark?) and early at 6:30 AM, and... Continue Reading →

The Royals Are Coming

G'day there! Quick post today. Very quick post. Why, you ask? Have I been busy? No, not really. Sick? Healthy as a trout. Abducted by aliens? Ha, I wish. So what then? Basically, I got a bit lazy over the... Continue Reading →

Film Friday: ‘The Islanders’

G'day there! Welcome to November, and to - get ready for it - the return of Film Friday! Yes, we're back to our regularly scheduled programming here on PEI History Guy dot com. I don't know about you, but I... Continue Reading →

The Artist

G'day there! One day some years ago now, when I was gainfully employed at the Artifactory (see A Date with History if you need the backstory), I had a bit of a startling encounter with history. Admittedly, such encounters are not... Continue Reading →

‘The Daring Lady Flyer’

G'day there! Remember on Wednesday, when I said that this week's Women's History Month post would have us taking to the skies? Well, I wasn't kidding. I chose to profile the following trailblazer for two reasons: a) because her story fits... Continue Reading →

Rebels With A Cause

G'day there! Well, here we stand at week three of Mi'kmaq History Month - how time flies! Last we met, I took us on a rather lengthy jaunt through the Island's history of Mi'kmaq contact with Europeans (see First Contact).... Continue Reading →

The ‘Nightingale’

G'day there! Welcome to another instalment in our Women's History Month series which, if you're coming to this site for the first time, is a Friday feature throughout the month of October here on PEI History Guy dot com. Last... Continue Reading →

First Contact

G'day there! Welcome to the second week of Mi'kmaq History Month! As you'll recall, last Wednesday we took a look at the lifestyle of Mi'kmaq people on the Island in the period before European contact. And so today, I thought... Continue Reading →

The Literary Muse

G'day there! Welcome to Friday, and to the inaugural Women's History Month post on PEI History Guy! As I mentioned last time, I've decided to alter the content for Fridays throughout the month of October, and instead of vintage film,... Continue Reading →

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