Weekly website postings from the Public Archives and Records Office will give Islanders insight into life on Prince Edward Island in 1864 and will serve as a great way to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Charlottetown Conference.
A new almanac from the Public Archives and Records Office will provide readers with an overview of life on Prince Edward Island 150 years ago and will be a great addition to the 2014 celebrations.
The Prince Edward Island Museum and Heritage Foundation has commissioned a reprint of the most comprehensive property atlas ever published of Prince Edward Island. The new reprint of the Meacham's 1880 Atlas is on sale now.
Please be aware that PEI Museum memberships and
subscriptions to The Island Magazine
cannot be purchased on-line!
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Or you may send us a cheque or money order for costs!
Have a look at the page below for infomation on Heritage Fair!
We have a new page on our website!
and images of the Kensington Railway Station and our locomotive "parked" out back!
Call 902-368-6600 for information!
Highlighting the Impact of
Samuel Holland's Work
on Island Identity
Roy Main, City of Charlottetown Chief Administrative Officer; David Keenlyside, Executive Director of the PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation and Chair of the 250 Commemorations Committee; and City Councillor Edward Rice unveil a plaque located at the city waterfront, dedicated to Samuel Holland and his work. June 9, 2015
His Honour, H. Frank Lewis, Lt. Governor of PEI, Honourary Chair of the
Samuel Holland 250 Commemorations Committee
Committee Chair, David Keenlyside,
Executive Director of the PEI Museum & Heritage Foundation
“Samuel Holland’s work was a great influence on the development of Prince Edward Island. This important anniversary is an opportunity to raise awareness of the impact of his map on our province,” said Premier Robert Ghiz.