The Recollections of an Irish Gaspésian

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Author/collaborator
Title
The Recollections of an Irish Gaspésian
Abstract
The author was born in Douglastown in 1870. His wife, Clementine Conley, was born a year earlier, also in Douglastown. The author left school and began working as a fisherman when he was twelve years old, fishing off of Anticosti Island. He would leave home for the fishing grounds in early June and return in October. In the winter, he cut logs to earn money.
Publication
Revue `d'histoire de la Gaspésie
Volume
Vol. 1
Issue
no. 4
Pages
184-190
Date
Octobre-décembre 1963
Language
en
URL
Citation
Rooney, Wiulliam J. “The Recollections of an Irish Gaspésian.” Revue `d’histoire de la Gaspésie Vol. 1, no. 4 (October 1963): 184–190. http://www.gogaspe.com/douglastown/wrooney.html.
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