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"1894: In Europe. Munich and England. Mighty homesick for N.B".While the family name Ganong makes many people think of Canada's oldest candy company, others will recognize William...

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Original Title
New Brunswick Was His Country
ISBN13
9781771084482
Edition Format
Paperback
Number of Pages
280 pages
Book Language
English
Ebook Format
PDF, EPUB

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"1894: In Europe. Munich and England. Mighty homesick for N.B".

While the family name Ganong makes many people think of Canada's oldest candy company, others will recognize William Francis Ganong as New Brunswick's greatest scholar. Ganong (1864–1941) was a passionate naturalist, teacher, author, outdoorsman, linguist, and cartographer, and spent his summers studying, mappi "1894: In Europe. Munich and England.

Mighty homesick for N.B". While the family name Ganong makes many people think of Canada's oldest candy company, others will recognize William Francis Ganong as New Brunswick's greatest scholar. Ganong (1864–1941) was a passionate naturalist, teacher, author, outdoorsman, linguist, and cartographer, and spent his summers studying, mapping, and exploring what he called "the Great New Brunswick Wilderness".

Often with a friend or colleague in tow, Ganong savoured his research trips across rivers, lakes, woods, villages, and fields. In New Brunswick was his Country, historian Ronald Rees presents a richly illustrated biography of Ganong covering his years as a student at Harvard University and then professor of botany at Smith College, his numerous field trips, and his pivotal role in the founding of Saint John's New Brunswick Museum. This fascinating overview is an essential addition to the Atlantic Canadian historical cannon.


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