100 ARTICLES WRITTEN BY FATHER CLARENCE-J. D'ENTREMONT

The following links are to 100 articles written by Father Clarence-J. d'Entremont, which were published in The Vanguard in 1989 and 1990.  All attempts have been made to transcribe the articles as they were originally published.


Clarence-J. d'Entremont
(1909-1998)

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1 - The Pubnicos: Oldest Region Still Acadian
2 - The Hills at Argyle Head
3 - His Father Was His Uncle
4 - Port Lomeron or Chebogue
5 - Hanging of Two Acadians and Three Indians in Boston
6 - Hush-Hush Money
7 - Widow at 13, Millionaire at 34
8 - He Sawed Off a Leg of One of His Men But They Pickled His Head
9 - Wedgeport A Hundred Years Ago and Beyond
10 - Baptiste, the Rascal
11 - Baptiste Was Said to Have a Wife in Every Port
12 - She Presided Over Councils of War Against Her Kindred
13 - Napoleon Bucksaw
14 - The "Casket" Woman
15 - He Jumped Bail
16 - They Cut Off the Finger That Tipped the Scale and Some More
17 - They Tied Themselves to the Mast and Steering Wheel So Not to Be Washed Overboard
18 - Wilson Island
19 - Witchcraft, Sorcerers and Spells
20 - Were the Vikings Here?
21 - The First "Canadian" Child With "European" Blood Outside Newfoundland Was Born At Our Doorstep
22 - First Nun in North America Was Born at Our Doorstep
23 - The WRAYTON-MacDonnell Family Its Tragedies and Wealth
24 - She Was Forced to Watch Him Hang 40 of Her Men With a Lasso Around Her Neck
25 - A Confession By Proxy On The High Seas
26 - He Prayed and His Life Was Spared
27 - The Acadian Participation in the War of Independence of the U.S.
28 - They Intended to Make Nova Scotia the 14th State of the Union
29 - It's the Best Gang of Greenies I've Ever Had
30 - The Bridge Spanning Indian Sluice
31 - The First Expulsion of the Acadians of Southern Nova Scotia - 1756
32 - The Second Expulsion of the Acadians of Southern Nova Scotia - 1758
33 - The Third Expulsion of the Acadians - 1759
34 - The Return From Exile in 1766 of Some of the Acadians of Yarmouth County
35 - The Log Cabins of West Pubnico
36 - Two Acadian Martyrs
37 - French People Who Settled in Yarmouth County During the French Revolution and the Napoleon Wars
38 - French People Who Settled in Digby County During the French Revolution and Napoleon Wars
39 - The First Canadian to Become an American Citizen
40 - The Golden Age of the Old Time Acadians
41 - The 25th Anniversary of the Acadian Flag
42 - The Old Shelburne Road
43 - Fort Saint Louis
44 - 465th Anniversary of the Name "Acadie"
45 - Sentenced to Be Hanged as a Pirate, He Died a Gentleman, Respected by Friends and Neighbors
46 - The Rise and Fall of Louis A. Surette
47 - The "French Cross" at Morden, N.S.
48 - Sentenced To Be Whipped With the Cat-o-Nine-Tails
49 - Capt. Pierre Doucet, Esq. (1750-1792)
50 - Amable Doucet, Esq. (1737-1806)
51 - The First Christmas in North America
52 - Ducking and Keel-Hauling
53 - The Vow of the Mariners
54 - The Escape of Francois L. Bourneuf
55 - Pubnico is Something to Brag About
56 - The Seizure of "The Pembrook" By the Acadians
57 - Marie Babin of Surette's Island Was Not the Last of the Deported
58 - The Story of the Acadian Bells: (1) Those of Port Royal
59 - The Story of the Acadian Bells: (2) Those of Fortress Louisbourg
60 - The Story of the Acadian Bells: (3) The Others of Cape Breton
61 - The Story of the Acadian Bells: (4) Those of Minas and the Isthmus of Chignecto
62 - The Story of the Acadian Bells: (5) Those of Prince Edward Island
63 - The Story of the Acadian Bells: (6) Those on the Saint John River, N.B.
64 - The Story of the Acadian Bells: (7) Maine, St.Pierre et Miquelon, and California
65 - The Story of the Acadian Bells: (8) in Pubnico
66 - The Sinking of the DUKE WILLIAM and of the VIOLET Taking the Acadians into Exile
67 - Holy Week A Couple Of Generations Ago
68 - The Conflagration of 1820 in Clare
69 - Vengeance of the Micmacs Mocked in Their Religious Beliefs
70 - Came to Canada to Find its Longitude; Went to South America and Discovered that the World is Flat
71 - The Escape of the Acadians From Fort Lawrence at the Time of the Expulsion
72 - The Escape of the Acadians From Fort Beausejour at the Time of the Expulsion
73 - The First Mass in Canada Celebrated on the South Shore of Nova Scotia
74 - Jean Campagna, the Sorcerer
75 - Variations in French Family Names in Southwestern Nova Scotia
76 - The Big Storms of the Centuries in South-Western Nova Scotia
77 - The Adventure of Benoni d'Entremont With the "Bonaventure"
78 - Simon "Squire" d'Entremont
79 - An Account of the Flight of the Acadians at the Time of the Expulsion
80 - The Wreck of the TIBEL
81 - Pubnico Natal Day - July 17
82 - Cape Sable Might Have Been the See of the First Canadian Bishop
83 - The "Klondike"
84 - The Railroad Era
85 - The Acadian Symbols
86 - A Voyage to Nova Scotia Made in 1731 By Robert Hale of Beverley
87 - Restrictions and Penalties in Days of Yore
88 - My First Entrance to College
89 - Hidden Treasures in Tusket Islands
90 - A Father Assails His Son in Combat
91 - Was to Be Sent Back to Nova Scotia From Exile
92 - Dropping the King's Name for Shame
93 - An Encounter With a German U-Boat off Our Shores
94 - Betrayed in His Love, He Died of a Broken Heart
95 - The Acadians at Horse-Shoe Cove Prior to the Expulsion
96 - The Ghost Ship "Yarmouth"
97 - Lobster Bay: Its Place Names of Yesteryear
98 - Place Names in West Pubnico Region
99 - The Place Names of Quinan
100 - 100th Anniversary of St. Peter's Church in West Pubnico

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