Tag: Anne of Green Gables

Lucy Maud Montgomery

Prince Edward Island has been made famous all over the world due to the Anne of Green Gables books written by Lucy Maud Montgomery.  L.M. Montgomery was born on November 30, 1874 in Clifton P.E.I., now New London.  Her parents were Hugh John Montgomery and Clara Woolner Macneill.  In 1876, Clara died of tuberculosis.  With the death of his wife, and the failure of his business, Hugh John left his baby daughter on the Island and moved to Saskatchewan where he settled and remarried.  Maud was raised primarily by her maternal grandparents, Alexander and Lucy Woolner Macneill.  With her grandparents […]

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Anne of Green Gables

For many, what comes to mind when thinking of Prince Edward Island, is Anne of Green Gables. A visit to the island will confirm that the internationally popular tale of a spunky red-haired girl is alive and well. An Anne themed tour of PEI will be a memorable experience for your entire family. Most travellers arriving on the island whether at the Charlottetown airport or after crossing the spectacular Confederation Bridge or disembarking from the ferry at Wood-Islands immediately make their way to the Cavendish to visit the House of Green Gables. This site, inspired the setting for Lucy Maud […]

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Anne of Green Gables – PEI’s biggest work of art

Anne Shirley from Lucy Maud Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables has been integrated into Prince Edward Island’s history so completely one would think that she was a real person.  When visiting the Island you can spend time at the Anne of Green Gables Museum or go to Avonlea, the Village of Anne of Green Gables.  There is also Anne of Green Gables – the Musical often performed in Charlottetown.  In fact Anne Shirley is the delightful and endearing fictitious character created by L.M. Montgomery in her series of books beginning with Anne of Green Gables. In 1904, Lucy Maud Montgomery’s […]

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