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1935 The Boston Herald tells how former New Londoner George Clark converted Britain's top secret tracer bullet formula for use in American ordnance "giving the US Army a machine gun tracer bullet that was better than any used by the Allies or their foes when all others had failed" -- and thus enabling the United States to win World War I.
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A PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation membership is the perfect gift for the hard to buy for person on your Christmas list

Do you have someone on your Christmas gift list who is difficult to buy for? Consider a membership to the PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation. Benefits include a membership card for access to all seven sites, a subscription to the Island Magazine and museum newsletter, gift shop discount and more.

Government House Committee of PEI Museum publishes research
Government House sketch
Authored by Reginald Porter along with the Friends of the Gatehouse Cooperative

Two research projects on Government House and the Fanningbank Estate are now published and available on our website.

Rediscovering our history
Purchase your own copy of the latest reprint of Meachamís 1880 Atlas for $29.95.

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.


PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation Annual General Meeting

Monday, December 7 at 7:00pm, Beaconsfield Carriage House. Guest Speaker: "What a Wild Strange Ride It's Been: How the Automobile Came to PEI" with Boyde Beck. 

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PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation Island Magazine