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Memoris and Biographies
Author: Gaye I. Clemson
ISBN: 1553694899
Subcategory: Specific Groups
Pages 188 pages
Publisher Trafford Publishing (July 6, 2006)
Language English
Category: Memoris and Biographies
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by Gaye I. Clemson


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Since 1917, much has been written about the life and death of artist Tom Thomson on Canoe Lake in Ontario's Algonquin Park.

In 1997 I got inspired to trace and record the settlement history of all of my Canoe Lake neighbours," Clemson, a 48-year resident of Canoe Lake, explains. Since 1917, much has been written about the life and death of artist Tom Thomson on Canoe Lake in Ontario's Algonquin Park.

Over the last 15 years, Gaye. I. Clemson, a resident of Canoe Lake has been collecting stories and recollections from fellow Algonquin Park residents in an effort to capture the voices and history of this vibrant community

Over the last 15 years, Gaye. Clemson, a resident of Canoe Lake has been collecting stories and recollections from fellow Algonquin Park residents in an effort to capture the voices and history of this vibrant community. Ghosts of Canoe Lake, is the fifth book in her series of insights into a group that has been and continues to be an integral part of the historical fabric of this majestic place in Northern Ontario. In summer she can be found on Canoe Lake or at e.

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Rory and fellow historian Gaye Clemson have combined efforts in developing a series of short books providing MORE ABOUT specific topics related to the history of Algonquin Park. com include: Canoe Tripping in Algonquin Park: Then and Now Gertrude Baskerville: The Lady of Algonquin Park Algonquin Voices: Selected Stories of canoe Lake Women Rock Lake Station: Settlement Stories Since 1896 Treasuring Algonquin: Sharing Stories from 100 years of Leaseholding.

Fascinating Book about the Women of Algonquin Park. Published by Thriftbooks. The present day leases will expire in 2017). Her findings culminated in an interesting compilation of essays and black-and-white photos entitled Algonquin Voices: Selected Stories of Canoe Lake Women. These writings describe a variety of topics such as the impacts of weather, animal experiences, family traditions, interesting characters, means of transportation to and from the Park, the first buildings, hotels, and.

Author Gaye Clemson has for the past forty-eight years vacationed at Canoe Lake situated in Algonquin Park. When I asked her why is she so attracted to the Park, her reply was, it is my summer home and is deeply imbedded in my soul. I love its wilderness, its tranquility and being close to nature. These writings describe a variety of topics such as the impacts of weather, animal experiences, family traditions, interesting characters, means of transportation to and from the Park, the first buildings, hotels, and businesses.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR Since 1996, Gaye I. Clemson, a summer resident of Canoe Lake has been collecting stories and recollections from fellow Algonquin Park residents in an effort to capture the voices and history of this vibrant community. Little did she know when she began this adventure, that her exploration with her twin boys, in the family vintage cedar-strip canoe, would take her into so many corners of the Park’s history. All of her books can also be found at ww.

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Ths book shares the life experiences of over 20 women, who led very different lives but had one common frame of reference. They all lived at one time or another on Canoe Lake in Algonquin Park in the 20th Century. This book captures the stories of various aspects of their life on the lake as pioneers, business women, leaders and feminists from 1905 to the present.