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Georges Arsenault - La Roche et Grand Ruisseau

GeorgesArsenaultKarenMair2.jpgIf you've been around PEI for a short time or a long time you may find people identifying roads or houses by the names of the people who lives there. Or a landmark may take on greater meaning. Acadian historian Georges Arsenault has called on placenames used by his forbearers for the title of his new book "La Roche et Grand Ruisseau". It's bilingual and features about a hundred wonderful photographs... including one of the author on the day of his first communion. Georges Arsenault popped by our studio.

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