Pre-Settlement References

1.   Keenlyside, David L. “’Ulus’ and Spearpoints- Two New Archaeological Finds from Prince Edward Island.” Island Magazine 16 (1984): 25-27.

2. Keenlyside, David L. “In Search of the Island’s First People.” Island Magazine 13 (1983): 3-7. 

3. Dibblee, Randy. “The Beaver on PEI- Seeking a Balance.” Island Magazine 35 (1994): 18-22.

4. Curley, Rosemary. “The Ubiquitous Hare.” Island Magazine 25 (1989): 29-34.

5.  Hogan, Geoff. “An Infinite Number of ‘Wood Pigeons’” Island Magazine 16 (1984): 23-24.

6. Lockerby, Earle. “Two Early Descriptions of Prince Edward Island.” Island Magazine 60 (2006): 28-32.

7. Public Archives and Records Office of Prince Edward Island, Smith-Alley Collection, ACC 2702.20/312, William Sencabaugh History survey- 1876. 

8. Sark, Tiffany. ‘’Early History of Basket Weaving’’ Government of Prince Edward Island. http://www.gov.pe.ca/firsthand/index.php3?number=43816&lang=E

9. Crowfeather, Dan and Muin’iskw, Jean. ‘’Mi’kmaw Daily Life- Semi-nomadic Lifestyle’’ Mi’kmaq Spirit. http://www.muiniskw.org/pgCulture1a.htm

10. Christianson, David and Stephen A. Davis. Archaeological Resources in the Maritimes #4- A Coastal Survey 1979. Canada: Council of Maritime Premiers, 1979.

11.  Hogan, Geoff. “‘White Gold and Train Oil’: The Walrus on PEI.” Island Magazine 20 (1986): 19-22.

12. ‘’Prince Edward Island,’’ The Canadian Encyclopedia.  http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/index.cfm?PgNm=TCE&Params=A1ARTA0006481

13. Sobey, Douglas. “The Department of the Marine and the Search for Masts on Ile Saint-Jean.” The Northern Mariner 13 (2003): 1-18.

14. McAskill, J. Dan. “The People’s Forest.” Island Magazine 22 (1987): 20-30.

15. Douglas, R., compiler. Place- Names of Prince Edward Island. Ottawa: F.A. Acland, Printer to the King, 1925.

16. The Mi’kmaq Resource Centre at Cape Breton University, “Book of Days for the Mi’kmaw Year,”  http://www.cbu.ca/mrc/book-of-days

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