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One Map to Rule Them All

G'day there! I suppose I probably should have written on this sooner. I certainly intended to back when I started this draft in July. But you know what they say about the road to Hell and good intentions and all... Continue Reading →

A Hard Knock Life

G'day there! I wasn't kidding last week when I said that another work update loomed on the horizon; however, before I begin, I would just like to point out that this is the last such post you'll have to suffer... Continue Reading →

Point Prim Lights The Way

G'day there! As I mentioned in my last post, part of my overhaul of this site includes updates on my work as a freelance historian. So if you'll indulge me, let's hop in my imaginary time machine and head on... Continue Reading →

Marblehead Marauders: The (Unauthorized) Invasion of 1775 – Part Two

G'day there! Welcome to the second act of Marblehead Marauders: The (Unauthorized) Invasion of 1775.  If you'll recall from last week, our story begins with the outbreak of the Revolutionary War and the hasty dispatch of the first two naval vessels... Continue Reading →

Marblehead Marauders: The (Unauthorized) Invasion of 1775 – Part One

G'day there! This week, we head back to the 18th century for part one of a three-part miniseries that looks at two of my favorite things, the history of Prince Edward Island and the American Revolution, and how they combined... Continue Reading →

Structures of Yesteryear: Beaconsfield Historic House

G'day there! Welcome to the very first installment of what I hope will be an informative, entertaining, and perhaps even an enlightening series of posts about the built heritage of Prince Edward Island.  No matter where you go on the... Continue Reading →

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