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Summer Trading: A Birds-eye View of PEI’s Tourism History

| Art Gallery
A public talk by historian Ed MacDonald on the new exhibition, The Summer Trade: A History of Tourism on Prince Edward Island, will be presented at Confederation Centre Art Gallery on Thursday, July 7 at 7pm. The exhibition chronicles 150 years of tourism on PEI and includes artifacts from the PEI Museum Collection as well as several private collections.

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Don’t miss the ship models or the original doors from the MV Abegweit (the ice-breaking car ferry which operated on the Bordon, PEI to Cape Tormentine, NB crossing); or a page from L.M. Montgomery’s handwritten novel manuscript for Anne of Green Gables. Ed MacDonald teaches in the history department at UPEI and co-curated The Summer Trade exhibition with Alan MacEachern. They also co-authored a new book of the same title which also available to purchase in the Art Gallery.

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