Charlottetown: A History
For more than a century, Charlottetown was the only city on a predominantly rural Prince Edward Island. This gave it advantages that no other city in Canada enjoyed. It also generated problems no other city had to deal with. How Charlottetown played the advantages - and coped with the problems - makes for fascinating history. Architectural history. Business History. Social and political history. Over the years, many aspects of this history have been explored, but never as a whole. Charlottetown: A History gathers the many threads of Charlottetown's story and weaves them into a single, authoritative but well-written tale. Think of this as a biography of the Birthplace of Confederation. And enjoy.
- 474 pages
- 2.95 pounds
- 7.88 x 1.55 x 10.28 inches
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