|The French Régime in Prince Edward Island
|Yale University Press
|Canada, France, history, non-fiction, Acadia
The author developed an early interest in the history of Prince Edward Island where he was born. He says he was keen to distinguish history from legend, and historical justice from patriotism. Searching in vain for a continuous or detailed account of the Acadians, he set out to undertake the task himself. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Harvey, Daniel Cobb
Daniel Cobb Harvey (1886-1966) was a Canadian historian. Born in Prince Edward Island, he attended Dalhousie University in Halifax and won a Rhodes Scholarship, graduating from Oxford in 1913. He taught at several universities across the country before accepting a job as an archivist at the Public Archives of Nova Scotia which was established in 1931. Harvey wrote several books on the history of the Maritimes and many articles in local journals. He was elected fellow of the Royal Society of Canada in 1928 and awarded the Tyrrell Medal in 1942. (Dalhousie University)
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