• Charlottetown: Then and Now

    Charlottetown: Then and Now

    D. Scott MacDonald’s father, W. Blair MacDonald had a keen interest in the changing landscape of Charlottetown, and documented a number of these changes with his slide camera. Instilled with a keen sense of  history at an early age, Scott and his family have always treasured the work that their father did to preserve Charlottetown’s history. So, over 50 years later, Scott has nowretraced his father’s steps to record how the city has changed over that time. Standing in the exact spot where his father stood, Scott has captured how the streets and buildings of Charlotttown have changed and remained the same.  Scott has also  researched the history of the buildings he protrays, both back to his father’s time and much earlier. The result is a fascinating glimpse into why and how even a small city can change so much.

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  • From Humble Beginnings

    From Humble Beginnings

    D. Scott MacDonald’s new book From Humble Beginnings: A History of the Credit Union Movement on Prince Edward Island 1936-2016 traces the story of the credit unions on Prince Edward Island over the past eighty years. Telling the history through the seventy five different and unique credit unions that were incorporated up until the present day. Today there are seven credit unions still operating in the province, all owing their success to the humble beginnings and dedication of many pioneers of the movement. Filled with historical and present-day photos, this history chronicles the impact of credit unions on their community and the importance the movement had on the settlement of the Island.

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  • Walk With Me Charlottetown

    Walk With Me Charlottetown

    D. Scott MacDonald’s father, W. Blair MacDonald had a keen interest in the changing landscape of Charlottetown, and documented a number of these changes with his slide camera. Instilled with a keen sense of history at an early age, Scott and his family have always treasured the work that their father did to preserve Charlottetown’s history. So, over 60 years later, Scott has now retraced his father’s steps to record how the city has changed over that time. Standing in the exact spot where his father stood, Scott has captured how the streets and buildings of Charlotttown have changed and remained the same. Scott has also researched the history of the buildings he protrays, both back to his father’s time and much earlier. The result is a fascinating glimpse into why and how even a small city can change so much.

    Ten years later, in this new edition, Scott has gathered new photos and insightful information about this beautiful city in Prince Edward Island.

    $24.95