Winner, Canadian Museums Association Award for Outstanding Achievement (Research) and APMA Best Atlantic Published Book Award
Longlisted, First Nation Communities READ Award
The story of an overlooked group of cultural visionaries
The “Micmac Indian Craftsmen” of Elsipogtog (then known as Big Cove) rose to national prominence in the early 1960s. At their peak, they were featured in print media from coast to coast, their work was included in books and exhibitions — including at Expo 67 — and their designs were featured on prints, silkscreened notecards, jewelry, tapestries, and even English porcelain.
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