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title A Day in May at the Dunk
creator Hawke, Tom A.
subject Island Magazine
subject Prince Edward Island Museum
description Born in Charlottetown on the second day of 1879, John James Enman, better known as "J.J.," was an Island newspaperman for 65 years (the last 10 on a casual basis after his retirement). He began his career on a weekly, the Charlottetown Herald, at the age of 17. At his retirement from the Summerside Journal in 1951 he had worked for most of the newspapers on the Island — and during his time there were still many independent, fiercely competitive sheets. The Guardian disparaged the politics of the Patriot (and the Examiner), while the Journal often feuded bitterly with the Pioneer.
publisher Prince Edward Island Museum
date 1981
type Document
format application/pdf
identifier vre:islemag-batch2-124
source 09
language en_US
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