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Published by Ronald Caplan on 1992/1/1 (1190 reads)
 

Celebrating 20 Years I OUR 20th YEAR KICKED OFF IN NOVEMBER when the Cultural Federations of Nova Scotia gave editor Ronald Caplan the 1991 Cultural Life Award for his work in oral history, history and photography through Cape Breton's Magazine. We are grateful to the Cultural Federations for their recognition. And as part of the 20th Year celebrations, the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia will present an exhibition of photographs from Cape Breton's Magazine. The exhibition will open in Halifax (March 28 through April 26), and will then tour a number of galleries across the province well into 1993. Our thanks to the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and to the sponsors of the exhibi? tion • LASMO, the new offshore oil corporation. LASMO chose the Cape Breton's Magazine photograph exhibition because they felt that twenty years of the magazine was not only an achievement, but an achievement that significantly represented Nova Scotia. Their sponsor? ship makes possible, among other things, a 36-page catalogue of the exhibition. Cape Breton's MAGAZINE NOVA SCOTIA Edited & Published by Ronald Caplan with the help of Bonnie Thompson • Belle Maclntyre Paul Cranford JANUARY 1992 Ccpe Breton's Magazine is published four times a year at Wreck Cove, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia BOC IHO by Cape Breton's Magazine Lim? ited. Publications Mail Registration No. 3014. GST #R100795483. Available on microfilm from Micromedia Ltd., Toronto, Ontario. Dis? tributed throughout Cape Breton Island and by subscription by Cape Breton's Magazine. Distributed in mainland Nova Scotia and P. E. I. by H. H. Marshall Ltd. Yes, you can collect for Cape Breton's Maga? zine, but please send us a letter of proposal first. We cannot be respon? sible for unrequested manuscripts, photographs, or tapes. We remain grateful to all the people who continue to make Cape Breton's Magazine possible. ON SALE FROM CAPE BRETON'S MAGAZINE] Cape Breton Fiddle Music 1. Mike MacDougall's Tape for Fr. Hector Newly remastered, this is an exciting one-hour cassette, perfect for listening or danc? ing. With Tim Donovan on guitar. $10.00 2. Cape Breton Fiddlers on Early LPs Dan R. MacDonald • Dan Joe Maclnnis • Donald MacLellan Theresa MacLellan • Johnny Wilmot • with accompanists Terrific fiddle music, taken from masters of long-play records from the '50s and '60s. A great introduction to Cape Breton fiddle music. One-hour cassette. $10.00 3. Winston "Scotty" Fitzgerald: House Parties and 78s All the unavailable 78 recordings that set a Cape Breton dance band standard, plus home tapes that Winston made for friends • solo fiddle, and accompanied by piano or guitar. Extraordinary 90-minute cassette. $11.25 • Set Of All 3 Cassette Tapes: $28.50 (N. ??. residents add 10% sales tax on all cassette tapes) 20 Years! Cape Breton's MAGAZINE PHOTOGRAPHS BY RONALD CAPLAN 28 MARCH-26 APRIL The oral history and photographic record of Cape Breton, compiled by Cape Breton's Maga? zine editor Ronald Caplan, provide the raw ma? terial for an exhibition that celebrates the twen? tieth anniversary of the magazine, the cultural autonomy of the island, and the continuing sur? vival of both entities. Organized and circulated by the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia Sponsored by LASMO Nova Scotia Limited Publication: 36-page illustraU catalogue Guest Writer: Ken Aucoin Malsle Morrison Wreck Cove Hours Monday: Closed Tuesday: 10 am - 5:30 pm, Free Admission Wednesday, Friday, Saturday: 10 am - 6:30 pm Tliursday: 10 am-9 pm Sunday: 12 noon - 5:30 pm • 4rt • Gallery NOVA SCOTIA 1741 Hoilis at Cheapside P.O. Box 2262 Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J3C8 (902) 424-7542 3 Classic Cape Breton Books AN ELEGANT AND ACCESSIBLE portrayal of an extraordinary people. By drawing on local songs and poetry. Dr. Charles Dunn evokes, as well, a Gaelic settlers' self-portrait. "This is one of the best books yet written on the culture of the Gaels of Cape Breton and one of the few good studies of a folk-culture." (Western Follclore) 1991 Edition: 182 Pages $14.25 A BOOK ABOUT NOT ONE but two sin? gular Cape Bretoners: Giant Angus Mac- Askill, and Author James D. Gillis. To the original 1893 edition we have added Nova Scotia author Thomas H. Raddall's remarkable Memoir of Gillis's visit to Halifax in 1945. "Informative, en? tertaining, outrageous...!" $8.00 Cape Breton GIANT James D. GILLIS ir of James D.GilUB IN DECEMBER 1780, Ensign Prenties wrecked near Margaree Harbour. With companions, he headed north; the survi? vors were finally saved by Micmac Indi? ans at St. Ann's Bay. Forty years later, Samuel Burrows and his companions landed around Fishing cove. Crawling over steep mountains, they eventually reached pioneer homes of Acadians with little to share in their at? tempts at aid and comfort. Northern Cape Breton in winter • true first-person accounts of excruciating sur? vival and of humanity. They will mark your life. 133 Pages with Notes $11.25 Set of All 3 Classic Cape Breton Books: $31.75 •
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