Cibou: a novel

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Cape Breton University Press, Sep 1, 2008 - Fiction - 256 pages
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"Sensitive and enlightening, Cibou is set in 17th-century Mi'kma'ki, territory of the Mi'kmaq of Maritime Canada. The story is that of a young Mi'kmaq woman and her relationship with Jesuit missionary Antoine Daniel - a historical figure who was stationed in Cape Breton - and his brother, Captain Charles Daniel who had established a French fishing and trading post there. (The priest Daniel was later posted to Huronia where he met a violent end and martyrdom as Saint Anthony Daniel.)"--BOOK JACKET.

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User Review  - Rob - Goodreads

A bit soap opera-ish, but an inciteful account of early Mi'kmaw-European contact in Cape Breton. Full of interesting details. Well worth reading. Read full review

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User Review  - Cathy - Goodreads

Truly loved this review. Both as Maritimer, living in Cape Breton, and a devout Christian, this book added a lot to my understanding of the area's history. If this is her first novel, I look forward to any future books! Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
18
Section 3
23
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About the author (2008)

SUSAN YOUNG de BIAGI is a native Cape Bretoner and a historian by training. She specializes in the history and culture of Cape Breaton Island. She is the author of
"Louisbourg: A Living History Colourguide" and "Touring the Cabot Trail".

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