Item MS-2-333, SF Box 37, Folder 9 - Our web of life : an account of Dougal McPhee, pioneer to eastern Nova Scotia, his wife Mary McMillan and their family

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Our web of life : an account of Dougal McPhee, pioneer to eastern Nova Scotia, his wife Mary McMillan and their family

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MS-2-333, SF Box 37, Folder 9

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  • [1935?] (Creation)
    Hart, Margaret Janet McPhee, 1867-1941

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20 pages (1 folder)

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Margaret Janet McPhee was born in Baddeck, Nova Scotia, in 1867, the second child of Archibald McPhee and Ann Graves McLane. She maried Edward C. Hart in 1898, with whom she had three children. She died in 1941 in Victoria, BC.

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Donated by Ellen Hart in 1959.

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Item is an account of four generations of Dougal McPhee's descendants at McPhee's Mills, Altamore, Upper South River, Nova Scotia.

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Materials do not circulate and must be used in the Archives and Special Collections Reading Room.

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