The Highland Heart In Nova Scotia

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  • The Highland Heart In Nova Scotia
  • Neil MacNeil
  • English
  • 03 July 2018
  • 0887800017

About the Author: Neil MacNeil

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  1. Margaret Pinard says:

    A product of its earnest, politically incorrect at times, era of the 1950s, I nevertheless enjoyed this book immensely The author divides topics into chapters that make sense, e.g religion, making a living, travel, morality, growing up as a kid, etc There are plenty of examples of his own childhood experiences and stories told him by others to give a real sense of the time and place of Washabuckt, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, in the 1890s I don t think it gets too romanticized either, although A product of its earnest, politically incorrect at times, era of the 1950s, I nevertheless enjoyed this book immensely The author divides topics into chapters that make sense, e.g religion, making a living, travel, morality, growing up as a kid, etc There are plenty of examples of his own childhood experiences and stories told him by others to give a real sense of the time and place of Washabuckt, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, in the 1890s I don t think it gets too romanticized either, although there are a lot of these simple, innocent people moments But that s okay by me makes me want to own the book to escape to that time

  2. Marnie Wheeler says:

    Delightful and very amusing description of the community of Washabuck