Volume Index

ISSUE 1: 1972

1. |Lee Cremo Speaks

2. |How to Make Rope from Wood

3. |The Future of Gaelic on Cape Breton

4. |Le Sorcier de Cheticamp

5. |The Breeding Behavior of the Grey Seal off the Coast of Cape Breton

6. |An duine gu'n churam

7. |How to Make an Axe Handle

8. |Wildflowers of Cape Breton

ISSUE 2: 1973

1. |Torquil MacLean and the Englishtown Ferry

2. |How to Make Snowshoes

3. |A Life History of the Canada Lynx

4. |Oidhche Na Calluinn

5. |How to Card and Spin

6. |Making a Micmac Basket

7. |Evidence of the Cougar on Cape Breton

ISSUE 3: 1973

1. |Planning a Vegetable Garden

2. |A Pair of Stock Skates

3. |The Celestial Bear, a Micmac Legend

4. |Dans les Temps des Fraises

5. |Bird Songs in Gaelic

6. |Hooking a Rag Rug

7. |The Life of the Eel

8. |How to Splice Rope

9. |An Orange in Cheticamp

ISSUE 4: 1973

1. |Joe MacNeil, Storyteller

2. |This Was Swordfishing

3. |A Life History of the Swordfish

4. |Trails out of Meat Cove

5. |Survival Kit, Compass and Topographic Map

6. |Apples of Inverness County

7. |Deux Contes Merveilleux pour les Enfants

8. |How Leather Was Sewn

9. |A Pair of Larrigans

10. |The Eyestone

ISSUE 5: 1973

1. |A Visit with Marguerite Gallant

2. |Ice Cutting at Canso

3. |Some Abundant Wildflowers

4. |Reiteach, A Scottish Engagement Rite

5. |How to Make an Alexander Graham Bell Winged-Cell Tetrahedron Kite

6. |Remembering St. Paul's Island, Part One

7. |John J. Matheson, 95

8. |How Glooskap Found Summer

ISSUE 6: 1973

1. |The Berthing of Supertankers

2. |Willy Petrie, A Man Who Finds Water

3. |Waltes, An Ancient Micmac Game

4. |How to Bark Tan Hides and Skins

5. |A Story of Christmas Island

6. |The Life History of the Northern Bald Eagle

ISSUE 7: 1974

1. |In the North River Lumber Woods

2. |Sharpening a Crosscut Saw

3. |The Life of the Lobster

4. |Le Conte du Loup et du Renard

5. |Hector Carmichael, a Maker of Songs

6. |How We Cured Ourselves

7. |Dr. MacPherson, the Cancer Doctor

ISSUE 8: 1974

1. |When the Ross Ferry got Lost

2. |Tius Tutty, Codfish and Handpick Mining

3. |How to Make Ceann Groppi

4. |The First Priest and the Indians

5. |More about the Lobster

6. |To the Great Falls on Indian Brook,1890

7. |Ulysses LeLievre and his Boats

8. |How to Make Spruce Beer

9. |Cleve Townsend, a Man in Two Worlds

10. |Edible Wild Berries of Cape Breton

ISSUE 9: 1974

1. |The Wreck Cove Hydro-Electric Investigation

2. |Mary Ann Beaton Makes Country Cheese

3. |John 'The Cook' MacDonald

4. |3 Acadians on the Ice

5. |More about Doctor MacPherson

6. |Gluskap's Journey and a Mastodon Bone

7. |A Ceilidh at Malcolm Campbell's

8. | 'Wild Archie' Plays the Bones

ISSUE 10: 1975

1. |The Sinking of the 'Caribou' Ferry

2. |Joe Allan MacLean and The Tale of the Round Drover

3. |Chandeleur, a Feast of the Candles

4. |Donald John MacMullin talks with Malcolm Campbell

5. |Moose, a Cape Breton Extinction

6. |How the Micmac Birch-bark Canoe was Made

ISSUE 11: 1975

1. |Remembering those Rum-Running Days

2. |The Dump Cart and Hay Truck

3. |Marcellin Hache tells 4 Acadian Stories

4. |The Micmac Legend of Taken-from-Guts

5. |Common Lichens of Cape Breton

6. |Shipwreck at Little Lorraine

ISSUE 12: 1975

1. |Glace Bay makes a Cannon for Louisbourg

2. |Hilda MacDonald talks about Glendyer Mills

3. |The Life of the Raised Bog

4. |Two Micmac Tales

5. |John R. and Bessie MacLeod, Robert Hubbard and Annie MacPhee tell Stories from Inverness County

ISSUE 13: 1976

1. |Annie MacPhee and a Cup of Tea

2. |The Life of the Atlantic Cod

3. |Micmac Tales of Badger

4. |Sydney Harbour in the Second World War

ISSUE 14: 1976

1. |Rita and Rory Murphy and Moonshining Days

2. |Fishing Gaspereaux on the Southwest Margaree

3. |How the Robinsons Got so Strong

4. |Evidence of Early Man on Cape Breton

5. |Remembering Life on Scatari Island

ISSUE 15: 1976

1. |The Plaster Quarry at St. Ann's

2. |Father John Webb Builds Stone Buildings

3. |Peter Willy Murphy, Hoboing Days

4. |A Talk on the Life of the Beaver

5. |John Hart of Port Hood

6. |a Scrapbook

7. |The Lakeboats on the Bras d'Or

8. |A Visit with Capt. George Dolomont

ISSUE 16: 1977

1. |A Visit with Jack Sam Hinkley

2. |Father Jimmy Tompkins: the Reserve Mines Years

3. |How Hughie MacPhee Made Peace with the Campbells

4. |The Whales in Cape Breton's Waters

5. |Father Maillard at a Micmac Feast, 1758

6. |Remembering Mail and Snow and Roads and Mud

ISSUE 17: 1977

1. |Trap-Fishing with Mike MacDougall

2. |Stories about Buried Treasure

3. |Pirate Shipyard on the Mira River

4. |The Life of the Great Blue Heron

5. |Jack Pineau, the Glace Bay Hobbyist

6. |Joe MacNeil's Wonderful Story

7. |Conclusion

8. |Islands in the Strait of Canso

9. | D. N. MacLennan's History of Grand River

ISSUE 18: 1977

1. |Making Bricks at George's River

2. |Sowing Oats and Hay

3. |How We Buried Our Dead

ISSUE 19: 1978

1. |Allen Gwinn and Horse Racing on the Ice

2. |New Englanders Take Louisbourg, 1745

3. |Moths and Butterflies of Cape Breton

4. |A Gaelic Tale of the Milky Way

5. |The Story of the Cheticamp Rug

ISSUE 20: 1978

1. |A Visit with Willy Pat Fitzgerald

2. |Marguerite Gallant

3. |Stories and Songs

4. |Ferries in the Strait of Canso



ISSUE 21: 1978

1. |The Mine Explosion in New Waterford, 1917

2. |A Milling Frolic on the North Shore

3. | New England's Role in the Underdevelopment of Cape Breton Island during the French Regime, 1713-58

4. | 'Red Conall of the Tricks' in Gaelic and English

5. | Two Diagrams of the Micmac Food Year

6. | Alex Campbell Remembers Cooke's Highway Camp

7. | Bell and Baldwin's Hydrofoil: the HD-4

ISSUE 22: 1979

1. |Rev. Charlie MacDonald Shoes Bad Horses

2. |Mary Red Dan Smith and a Spindle

3. |The Meteorite that Shaped Cape Breton

4. |Joe Neil MacNeil Tells a Fenian Tale

5. |A Visit with Art Langley, Sr.

6. |This Was Marble Mountain

ISSUE 23: 1979

1. |Lobster Fishing with Johnny MacInnes

2. |Lubie Chiasson Tells Acadian Jokes

3. |Building the Grand Narrows Bridge

4. |Frank Doucette on Micmac Ruggedness

5. |MacDougalls and Whittys and Songs

ISSUE 24: 1979

1. |When the Employees Owned the Trams

2. |The Four Lives of the Micmac Copper Pot

3. |Amelia Cook: Great-Grandmother's Cures

4. |Hector Carmichael and Alexander Kerr

ISSUE 25: 1980

1. |Art Langley, Sr.: A Comment on Politics

2. |With Margaret MacDonald of Glace Bay

3. |Ben Christmas: Chants and Customs

4. |Stories from Visits Down North

5. |Pushing Off at Wreck Cove Shore

6. |The Pulp Mill Comes to the Strait

7. |How We Got the Canso Causeway

8. |The Saga of the Reluctant Piper

ISSUE 26: 1980

1. |Guiding for Salmon on the Margaree

2. |Joe David: a Story from Arichat

3. |The Port Hood Explosion

4. |An Indian turned into a Chenoo

5. |Life on Bird Islands

6. |Sidney Howard of Albert Bridge

7. | Shipwrecked on the Cheticamp Coast, 1823

ISSUE 27: 1980

1. |From Conversations with Steelworkers

2. |Rita MacNeil of Big Pond

3. |The Separatist Movement in Cape Breton

4. |Kenneth MacKenzie, Northeast Margaree

5. | Gaelic Precenting on the North Shore

6. | in This Issue: a Free Soundsheet Record of Rita MacNeil Singing 'Old Man,' and Gaelic Precenting from the North Shore

ISSUE 28: 1981

1. |Working on the S and L Railroad, Part One

2. |George Maxwell Family Stories

3. |Poaching for Salmon on the Margaree

4. |A Letter from St. Ann's Bay, 1634

5. |At the Glengarry Mineral Spring

6. |A Story of the Micmac Chief, Ulgimoo

7. |Bob Fitzgerald and the Big Fish

8. | C. M. (Clem) Anson and Steel

ISSUE 29: 1981

1. |On the S&L Railroad, Part Two

2. |The Story of 'Le Fin Voleur'

3. |A Twice-Told Tale

4. |Wishie Rose: From 50 Years at Sea


ISSUE 30: 1981

1. |Old Tales of Sorcery Remembered

2. |A Talk about George LeBrun

3. |A Visit with Bill Daye, Painter

4. |James D. Gillis: A Little Sketch of My Life

5. | Fragments from Mining at Gold Brook

6. | Starting with Our Cover Photograph...

ISSUE 31: 1982

1. |Serving on the Mine Rescue Team

2. |A Visit with Janie Nicholson, Baddeck

3. |European Impact on the Micmac Culture

4. |5 Strays from Our First 10 Years

5. |On the Banding of Eagles

6. | Shipwrecks on the Fourchu-Framboise Coast

ISSUE 32: 1982

1. |Alex John Boudreau, Cheticamp Island

2. |Bill Daye: Stories for Susie

3. |Cartier and the Cape Breton Shore

4. |Local Sea Serpents: 3 Reports

5. |Leslie Shedden, Glace Bay Photographer

6. |A Letter from Big Bras d'Or, 1830

7. |Horses in the Coal Mines

ISSUE 33: 1983

1. |Cape Bretoners in World War One

2. |Art Severance: A Tale from Truthful Paul

3. |Capt. Holland's Plan for Cape Breton, 1767

4. |John Erskine: 'Under the Forest'

5. |With Wilfred Poirier, Lobster Buyer

ISSUE 34: 1983

1. |Yvon LeBlanc, Architect, Fortress of Louisbourg

2. |Bowden Murphy: 24 Years Splitting Fish

3. |Bill Fraser, Superintendent R.C.M.P, Rtd.

4. | World War One Continues: Nursing-Sisters, the Halifax Explosion, Siberia,&Coming Home

5. | With Frank E. Jackson of North Sydney

ISSUE 35: 1983

1. |Hattie Carmichael of the Meadow Road

2. |Sam Glode: Travels of a Micmac

3. |Brown's 'Early History of the Coal Trade'

4. |Old Cures from Sandy MacLean

5. |A Visit with Dave Epstein

ISSUE 36: 1984

1. |A Tourist in Louisbourg, 1858

2. |With Karoline Siepierski, Whitney Pier

3. |Rolling Balls of Yarn

4. |Noel Morris's Encounter with the Devil

5. |Flowers of the Plaster Rock

6. |A Gaelic Story by Archibald J. MacKenzie

7. |A Visit with Steve Whitty, Ingonish Beach

ISSUE 37: 1984

1. |Rose Grant Young, Crane Operator

2. |Harry Albert Bulley: Accidents Averted

3. |From 'Company Town' to 'Labour Town'

4. |Dan MacNeil and the Devil, 1928

5. | 'Granny Ross' by Elva E. Jackson

6. | Water Divining: Angus J. Gillis, Mabou Harbour

ISSUE 38:

•Katie Margaret Gillis, Mabou Coal Mines •A Visit with Wilfred Prosper, Eskasoni •A Social Worker Visits Cape Breton, 1925 •Allan the Ridge MacDonald, Gaelic Poet •Bill Forbrigger and Coastal Schooners

1985

ISSUE 39:

•Dr. Austin MacDonald, Down North •The Steel Boom Comes to Sydney, 1899 •Mary MacMillan at Ben Eoin •Joseph D. Samson Tells an Old Tale •Mary Sarah MacNeil Remembers Long Island

1985

ISSUE 40: 1985

1. |Smelt Fishing on the North River Ice

2. |With Lottie Morrison from Gabarus

3. |St. Ann's Day Mission, Chapel Island

4. |A Talk with Grand Captain Alex Denny

5. |Tales from Rory MacKinnon, Sugar Loaf

6. |Alexander Graham Bell Dies at Baddeck

7. |Johnny Wilmot: Talk and Tunes

ISSUE 41: 1986

1. |Dan Alex MacLeod: A Working Life

2. |Searching for Cape Breton Folk Songs

3. |With Josie and Jim MacNeil, Big Pond

4. |The Early History of St. Ann's (Englishtown)

5. |Robin Stuart, Salmon Farmer

6. |Diary: Mary Smith of Smithville, 1890-92

7. | From 'Cape Breton Fiddlers on Early LPs'

8. | Louisbourg Fishermen Rescue U. S Seamen, 1942

ISSUE 42: 1986

1. |Lexie O'Hare Went to Boston

2. |Bowden Murphy: A Brief Tale

3. |A New Story by Alistair MacLeod

4. |A Shipwreck at Canso, 1629

5. | With Archie Neil Chisholm of Margaree Forks

ISSUE 43: 1986

1. |Searching for the Highlands National Park, 1934

2. |Isabel Bartlett Remembers George

3. |Dan Angus Beaton: a Gaelic Tale

4. |Beryl Markham's Transatlantic Flight, 1936

5. |Lewis Parker: a Work in Progress

6. |Joseph D. Samson of Petit-de-Grat

ISSUE 44: 1987

1. |Folk Mapping: Cape Breton Examples

2. |Working on the Sydney Coal Piers

3. |Maria Goyetche of Petit-de-Grat

4. |A New Book of Cape Breton Fiddle Tunes

5. |Neil A. MacKinnon of Rear Beaver Cove

6. |Joe Neil MacNeil, Gaelic Storyteller

7. |A Canoe Trip in Cape Breton, 1885

8. |An Elegy by Andrew Dunphy

ISSUE 45: 1987

1. |The Donald Rankin Family and Harness Racing

2. |Icebreakers around Cape Breton

3. |The Martells of Flint Island Light

4. |Dawn Fraser, Writer: Selections

5. | With Fr. John Angus Rankin, Glendale (with Tunes from the Glendale Festivals of 1973&1975)

6. | Anne Morrell, Margaree Valley: 'Seasons of My Life'

ISSUE 46: 1987

1. |William Harris

2. |Architect of Broughton

3. |Seal Hunting out of Cheticamp

4. |Cape Breton Miners Speaking, 1888

5. |Alex Gillis and the Big Sleigh

6. |A Visit with Frank and Margaret MacRae



ISSUE 47: 1988

1. |Austin Roberts' Second World War

2. |A Visit with Nan Morrison, Baddeck

3. |Mary Ryan: a Woman's Account

4. |Introduction to Micmac Hieroglyphics

5. |Signing Your Life Away, Number One



ISSUE 48: 1988

1. |Johnny Allan MacDonald of Enon

2. |Aunt Annie MacLeod, Wreck Cove

3. |Before the Loyalists: the Acadians in the Sydney Area, 1749-1754

4. |Sid Timmons tells Pit Stories

5. |Searching for the Pioneer Log House

6. | Kieran Ballah Remembers M. J.

ISSUE 49: 1988

1. |Stories from the Clyburn Valley

2. |August Birds of Cape Breton, 1893

3. |A Missionary Trek in Cape Breton

4. |3 Cape Breton Acadian Folksongs

5. |Billy James MacNamara of Evanston

6. |From Talks with Matt Minglewood



ISSUE 50: 1989

1. |With John J. and Sadie Theriault

2. |The 1929 Earthquake: Two Memories

3. |Farmer John Eyking: The Holland Years

4. |A Visit with Gertie Boutilier Turnbull

5. |From Ruth Whitehead's Micmac Album

6. | We Worked for General Instruments: Conclusion


ALSO IN THIS ISSUE:
A Guide to Issues 1 through 50 of Cape Breton's Magazine

ISSUE 51: 1990

1. |A Visit with Max Basque, Whycocomagh

2. |Cruising Cape Breton, 1878 & 1884

3. |California to Cape Breton, 1917

4. | Signing Your Life Away, Number Two

5. |It Is Wrong, Wrong to Dance...

6. |C. B. Resources and Industries, 1816

7. |Percy Peters and the Wild Cow

8. |George Rambeau Tells a Forerunner

9. |The Glace Bay 'Cinderella' Miners

10. |A Funny Gaelic Story for the Serious Learner

ISSUE 52: 1990

1. |Shipwrecks at White Point, from a Talk with Bob Fitzgerald

2. |Max Basque, Whycocomagh

3. |Conclusion

4. | Alex Cooke's 'North Mountain Diary'

5. | Charlie MacDonald, Taxicab Driver: From 58 Years Behind the Wheel


ISSUE 53: 1990

1. |A Talk with Dominic Nardocchio

2. |Our Uncle, Dan R. MacDonald: Talks with John Donald&John Allan Cameron

3. |On the Trail of Elizabeth May

4. |With Billy MacGillivray in Boston

5. |Gobineau's Portrait of Sydney, 1859

6. | Charlie MacDonald: More Cab Driver Tales

ISSUE 54: 1990

1. |A Salvage Tug Captain

2. |Joe Neil MacNeil: Stories from English into Gaelic

3. |Earle Peach: A Homeville Memory

4. | Gobineau: Cape Breton's People in 1859

5. | With Hilda Mleczko of Glace Bay



ISSUE 55: 1991

1. |Mystery at Blackett's Lake

2. |Clara Buffett Remembers Hilda Wright

3. |Bishop Plessis Visits Cape Breton, 1815

4. |Cockfighting: an Introduction

5. | An Acadian Story: 'Les trois enfants brul s'

6. | Three New Fiddle Tunes from Recent Tapes

7. | Bill MacRitchie and Early Flight, Plus 'Bricky' Stevenson: Cape Breton Flying Club

ISSUE 56: 1991

1. | Pere Anselme Chiasson, Conversation and a Family Album

2. | Ghost Stories Told by Students from St. Joseph School

3. | From Breton Cove and Boston: Conversations with Josie Matheson Bredbury:

4. | Signing Your Life Away, Number Three: A Letter from Poupet de la Boularderie

5. | Otis Tomas: Making Instruments & Tunes

6. | Lizzie Belle Grant: a Family History

7. | Bishop Plessis Visits Cape Breton, 1815

8. | Stephen W. MacNeil: a Little Story

9. | Kopit Feeds the Hunter

10. | Tuna Fishing in St. Ann's Bay

ISSUE 57: 1991

1. |Rose Schwartz of New Waterford

2. |Ghosts

3. |William Y. Porter and the South Head Church

4. | Fiddler Michael Coleman: A Cape Breton-Irish Connection

5. | Alex Storm: The Treasure Shipwreck 'Chameau'

ISSUE 58: 1992

1. |Minnie Aucoin of St. Joseph du Moine

2. |The Haunted Railroad Car at St. Peters

3. |Mike McCormick: A Little Political Tale

4. |The Great Famine in Cape Breton, 1845-51

5. |an Englishtown Song

6. | Letters from Beinn Bhreagh, 1891

7. | Wreck of the 'Hurry On' on the Judique Shore

ISSUE 59: 1992

1. |The Great Paper Boat Race of the World

2. |Dr. Jack Yazer, Citizen

3. |Paintings by William Hess, Inverness

4. |Mae Wilcox, 98

5. |Poet from Big Lorraine

6. |Fr. Fraser Fights for the Miners, 1909

7. |Eddie Barrington: Early Diving Years

8. |Praise and Dispraise of the Rear and the Shore

9. |Two Gaelic Poems from the Margarees

10. |Alex Poirier, Fisherman from Plateau

11. |Mary Ann MacDougall: Seeing a Droke

12. |Johnny Miles Wins the Boston Marathon

ISSUE 60: 1992

1. |A Love Story

2. |A Visit with Winston Ruck, Steelworker

3. |Edith Pelley, William Davis's Daughter

4. |Peter Buffett and the Shark

5. | 'Catherine McPherson's Inn' on a Richmond County Road

6. | Gladys Ross: How I Got My Nickname

7. | William D. Roach, Woodcarver from Petit Etang

ISSUE 61: 1993

1. | Edie MacLeod - Her Glace Bay

2. | From a Night at Bob Fitzgerald's

3. | "Archie Neil Chisholm, The Teacher"

4. | Advert: Archie Neil: From the Life and Stories of Archie Neil Chisholm or Margaree Forks, Cape Breton

5. | Cape Bretoners Who Went Away: Murdock McPhee in Ontario

6. | "The Exodus"A Selection from stephen J. Hornsby's New Book: Nineteenth-Century Cape Breton: A Historical Geography

7. | Two Encounters with Moose: Clarence Barrett in the Highlands

8. | The Padelts Chose Cape Breton

9. | L'enfant a la bonne compagnie "The Boy Who Was Good Company"

10. | Stephen Patrick Sampson - My Life

11. | 20 Years! A Look at Cape Breton's Magazine

ISSUE 62: 1993

1. |The Cabot Trail

2. |A Political Story

3. |Joe Delaney and His Scarecrows

4. | G. G. Campbell: 'Sydney's First Love Story'

5. | Voices from Gary Burrill's New Book, 'Away'

6. | Fr. Charles B. Murphy

7. | His War Years in Hong Kong

8. | Plus 2 Fiddle Tunes from Winston 'Scotty' Fitzgerald's 'Classic Cuts'

ISSUE 63: 1993

1. |Leo Aucoin, Acadian Traditional Singer

2. |St. Joseph du Moine

3. | From Isabeile Knockwood's Memoir, 'Out of the Depths'

4. | 'The Family Tree'

5. | a Story by Beatrice MacNeil

6. | A Gaelic Story by Archie Alex MacKenzie, Christmas Island

7. | Re-Told in English by Joe Neil MacNeil

8. | Two Songs from the New Waterford Explosion, 1917

9. | A Visit with Will Pringle of Richmond County

ISSUE 64: 1994

1. |Percy Peters and the Horse in the Well

2. |Christy MacKinnon

3. | 'Silent Observer' at Beaver Cove

4. | From Ellison Robertson's Novel, 'In Love with Then'

5. | Dr. A. W. Miller: My Medical Practice Down North, 1906

6. | The Steel Plant Poetry of John J. 'Slim' Maclnnis

7. | 'The Fountain of Youth'

8. | a Tale in French and English

9. | 'Watchman Against the World'

10. | a Book about Rev. Norman McLeod

11. | A Visit with Ray 'Mac' MacDonald of CJFX Radio

ISSUE 65: 1994

1. |A Visit

2. |Venie's Letters to Her Dad, 1898

3. | Celebrating the lona Ferry

4. | Shipwreck of the Transport 'Two Friends,' in 1805

5. | D. R. Boyle of West Arichat

6. | A Richmond County Diary, 1887

7. | Sheriff James C. MacKillop: The 1930 Hanging of Emmett Sloane

ISSUE 66: 1994

1. |With Alfred P. MacKay of Big Harbour Island

2. |Cayle Chernin: My Russian Relatives

3. |Flora McPherson: The Quest for Rev. Norman McLeod

4. |Donald Ross: A Poet in Baddeck

5. |Jessie Morrison of Cape North: A Cape Breton-to-Alberta Pioneer

ISSUE 67: 1995

1. |Through an Ocean Storm to the Fortress of Louisbourg, 1750

2. |The 1929 Earthquake&the Search for John MacLeod

3. | Duncan 'Korea' MacRae, Missionary from Baddeck

4. | Linda MacLellan Visits with Archie Neil Chisholm

ISSUE 68: 1995

1. |Misery at Louisbourg: Aftermath of the First Siege, 1745

2. |The Great Aspy Landslide

3. |the Search for Witnesses

4. |Ghost Stories

5. | Donald Johnny Murdock MacDonald: The Blind Man's Seventh Son

6. | A Visit with Clara Buffett, Glace Bay Nurse

ISSUE 69: 1996

1. | Wilfred Creighton & the Expropriations: Clearing Land for the National Park, 1936

2. | Voyage from Boularderie to Waipu

3. | With Kay Currie, Westmount

4. | Strays from a Conversation with Billy James MacNamara

5. | From Hallowed Timbers The Wooden Churches of Cape Breton

6. | Hilda Mleczko of Glace Bay: Keeping Love's Record Alive

7. | Advert: The Glace Bay Miners' Museum by Sheldon Currie

8. | George Leonard & the Fish Business

CapeBreton's Magazine, ISSUE 70: 1996

1. |A Visit with Frank Landry, 91, of Isle Madame

2. |John Cabot's Landfall, 1497

3. |It WAS Cape Breton!

4. |Fiddle Tunes

5. | Family History: Joe Nugent, Inspector of Mines, Ret'd.

6. | 'The Mother's Arms'

7. | an Acadian Tale taken from P re Anselme Chiasson's New Book, 'The Seven-Headed Beast

8. | Mary Ann MacLellan MacEachern

9. | Stories from River Denys Mtn.

ISSUE 71: 1997

1. |The Drowning of Murdoch MacDonald

2. |The Foster Revival in the Margarees

3. |Joe Neil MacNeil: A Talk about Tales

4. |Gabriel Sylliboy Becomes Grand Chief, 1918

5. |My Meeting with Red Dan Smith

6. |Jack Ingraham, Neil's Harbour

7. |John 'Lofty' MacMillan, 'The Boy from Port Hood'

8. | Percy Peters and the Sick Horse

plus Tunes from 'The MacLellan Trio' CD and Tape

ISSUE 72:

1998

1. | Anna Blufarb's Second World War

2. | Silver Donald Cameron: The One That Got Away

3. | A Little Visit with Ashley Maclsaac's Parents

4. | "The Sea Riders" A Cape Breton Feature Film 1922

5. | By Any Other Name

6. | Ghost Fishing: One Voice from the East Coast Groundfish Disaster

7. | Boxing's Sailor Don McKinnon

8. | Memories of Giant MacAskill In Gaelic from MacTalla, 1893

9. | Three Poems by Chief Lindsay Marshall

10. | A Little Taste of Living with Herbs

11. | Irish Convicts Abandoned on Cape Breton's Shore, 1788

12. | William H. "Bull" Marah - Still Fighting

ISSUE 73: 1999

1. |Alma MacDonald

2. |a War Bride in West Mabou

3. |How Clarence Barrett Trapped the Fox

4. | Love Letters from St. Paul's Island

5. | A Poem by Leroy Peach

6. | From 'Father Jimmy'

7. | 'The Library in Reserve Mines'

8. | Celebrating the Remarkable Isabella Gordon Mackay

9. | 'Baboushka and the 3 Kings,' a Children's Story Told in Gaelic

10. | A Rare Acadian Song from Cheticamp

11. | Donnie MacDermid, Margaree Valley: 'It could always be worse!'

Issue 74

1999

1. | With George Prosser of Whitney Pier

2. | Memories of Lillian Crewe Walsh

3. | Lauchie MacLellan, Centreville: 2 Short Stories Told to his Granddaughter, Linda MacLellan

4. | From Italian Lives, Cape Breton Memories: From the Memoirs of Thomas Cozzolino

5. | Clarence Barrett and the Bears

6. |High Praise for Wild Honey: A New Book of 45 Poems by Aaron Schneider

7. | Chasse aux Lievres - Snaring Rabbits

8. | The Sinking of the Patrick Morris -One Sailor's Day

9. | A Taste of Hiking Trai of Cape Breton: A New Book by Michael Haynes

10. | A Visit with the MacLeods at Belfry

11. | Cape Breton's Magazine CENTRE for Documentary Field Studies: Yvonne Mclnnes Sturgess, in Waipu

12. | A Story For Children by James B. MacLachlan: Floors that Have Talked to Me

13. | Allan MacLeod: Stories and Gaelic Songs

14. |