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Riassunto: Terry Culbert`s love of his Irish roots spawned this unusual look at the Irish-Canadian village which he grew up. Lucan, a half-hour north of London, Ontario, suffered a violent beginning with the massacre of five Donnelly family members in 1880. Those brutal slayings went unpunished. The first third of this book is Donnelly related, with many stories never published before. The retired television news journalist, photograper, and artist has filled his book with dozens of illustrations and photographs. The compilation of short stories not only includes The Donnellys, but village commerce, village life, sports, and music from past to present. Many of Terry`s stories focus on interesting characters and events that have contributed to Lucan`s rich history. Two and a half years in the making, Lucan: Home of The Donnellys is an engaging collection of Canadiana.
L'autore: Terry (Terrence Patrick) Culbert was born May 13th, 1942, in London, Ontario. He is a fifth-generation Irish-Canadian. The Culbert family immigrated to Biddulph Township from Tipperary, Ireland, in 1840. At the age of eighteen, Terry left the village of Lucan to begin a forty-two-year career in television news. Today, the father of two wonderful married daughters, Sarah Renda and Dana Johnson, Terry lives on Amherst Island at the mouth of the St. Lawrence River with his fabulous life partner Barbara Hoegenauer. The couple resides on O`Drains Bay overlooking Prince Edward County with their two Bouvier canines, Merlot, and Justin, and Babe, their feline. Terry has been a lifelong supporter and promoter of the village of Lucan. He is donating a portion of the proceeds of each book sold to the Lucan Area Heritage Donnelly Museum.
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Descrizione libro General Store Publishing House, 2005. Perfect Paperback. Condizione libro: Used: Very Good. clean pages, no markings,excellent condition, Satisfaction Guaranteed!!!. Codice libro della libreria 121913006
Descrizione libro General Store Publishing House, 2005. Perfect Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P111897113315
Descrizione libro General Store Publishing House, 2005. Perfect Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX1897113315