Up the Gatineau!
Volume 48, 2022
Cover Image: The historical Reid/Brown farm on Highway 105 in Chelsea at Kirk’s Ferry, a favoured painting site for many visual artists. This circa 1975 painting is by the well-known landscape artist Bruce Heggtveit (1917–2002). The painting is owned by Jim Brown, who was the last generation of Browns to live on the farm. Refer to his article in this volume. Oil, 26"x 32" framed. Reproduced with the kind permission of Marianne Heggtveit. GVHS 03032.001/59
Table of Contents
|1.||The Gatineau: The First Billion Years||Les White||1|
|2.||The Great Wright Robbery of 1909||D. Jeffrey Brown||14|
|3.||What We Ate on the Farm
Ce que nous mangions à la ferme
|4.||Be There or Be Square: A Memoir of Saturday Night Dances at the Cascades Club in the Mid ’60s||Catherine Joyce||35|
|5.||The Battle of Brennan’s Hill||Thomas Hayden, with foreword by Paull Leamen||40|
|7.||The Airplane Box that Became a Wolf Lake Cottage||Catherine Luke||51|
|8.||A Journey into the Past—Lac-des-Loups, Québec||Mark Frutkin||63|
|9.||lf Lake’s Hazel Foran Mayer||Anita Rutledge||68|
|10.||Maggie, with Love||Frances Curry||75|
|11.||From Cantley to the Basque Country||Oriana Barkham||81|
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