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Memphremagog: An Illustrated History (volume 2)

A new book by Louise Abbott

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The second volume of Abbott's two-volume landscape history of the Memphremagog region was published in the summer of 2017. A new edition of the first volume is also available. The books retail for $80 CAD, $60 US. To order either book for shipping, please contact Hélène Hamel:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Retail outlets stocking the book include:
Studio Georgeville, 20 Copp's Square, Georgeville, QC

819-843-9992 or  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Brome Lake Books, Knowlton, QC

The Jewett General Store, Vale Perkins, QC

Memphremagog Conservation Inc., Austin, QC

GGC, Magog, QC

Memphremagog Watershed Association/ MAC Center for the Arts, Newport, VT

 
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Eeyou Istchee

The first edition of Eeyou Istchee (2,000 copies) sold out!

The second edition of the book (1,000 copies) also sold out!

But the book was reprinted in late November of 2017 and is again available for sale.

Eeyou Istchee: Land of the Cree/Terre des Cris

Louise Abbott and Niels Jensen

Published by the Cree Outfitting and Tourism Association

Hard cover, sewn binding, 252 pages, over 200 photographs


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View a short video on YouTube about the book.

To purchase a copy of Eeyou Istchee, please contact

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"The book is a startling 200-photo essay.... Featuring interviews and conversations with the Cree of Eeyou Istchee in English, French and Cree, the book is ideal to teach young Crees about their culture and inspire discussions about Cree ancestry between young and old."

The Nation, December 3, 2010

"From the very beginning, Eeyou Istchee takes readers on an adventure into the land of the Cree. With over 200 striking photographs, the book offers reader hours of pleasure and delight. Whether you read Eeyou Istchee from cover to cover or simply open it at random, both the black and white archival pictures and the colorful modern photographs offer a glimpse of the Cree way of life : the caribou hunt, fishing, winter walks, children's activities, flora and fauna, and portraits of the elders. Some of the landscapes, taken by award-winning photographers Abbott and Jensen, look like actual paintings. The trilingual text - written in English, French, and Cree - adds to the book's charm."

 Montreal Review of Books, Montreal, Spring 2011


 

 

 
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Books and Films produced by Rural Route Communications

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$52.50 The Heart of the Farm: A History of Barns and Fences in the Eastern Townships of Quebec

 40 $ Le coeur de la ferme

 $52.50 Eeyou Istchee: Land of the Cree / Terre des Cris

$20 DVD Giving Shelter: Historic Barns of the Eastern Townships (52 minutes)

$20 DVD Crisscrossing Space and Time: A History of Farm Fencing (55 minutes)

$20 DVD Historic Georgeville: Walks and Talks with John Boynton (35 minutes) (Available in both NTSC and PAL formats)

 $20 DVD Nunaaluk: A Forgotten Story (29 minutes)

$25 Blu-ray Nunaaluk: A Forgotten Story (29 minutes)

$20 DVD Saving the Founder's Home (31 minutes)

$25 Blu-ray Saving the Founder's Home (31 minutes)

 $20 DVD The Islands of Lake Memphremagog: A Natural and Human History (35 minutes)

 $25 Blu-ray The Islands of Lake Memphremagog: A Natural and Human History (35 minutes)

 

Nunaaluk: A Forgotten Story

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Nunaaluk: A Forgotten Story resurrects the story of a group of resourceful, independent Inuit who lived on Cape Hope Island (Nunaaluk, they called it--the big island) and got along well with their Cree neighbours in southeastern James Bay. They were forced to abandon their beloved island home when the government relocated them north to Kuujjuarapik (Great Whale River) in 1960. The film features Mini Aodla Freeman; George Kudlu; the late Arctic photographer Fred Bruemmer; and Elizabeth Mark Maiczan. The documentary runs 29 minutes and is in English and Inuktitut with English and French subtitles.

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Nunaaluk: A Forgotten Story was screened at 4 p.m. on January 22, 2016, at the INDIANER INUIT: DAS NORDAMERIKA FILM FESTIVAL in Stuttgart, Germany.

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Montreal journalist Amy German wrote a cover story about the film, which was directed by Louise Abbott and produced by COTA (Cree Outfitting and Tourism Association), in the July 25, 2014 edition of the Nation:http://www.nationnews.ca/behind-the-making-of-nunaaluk-a-forgotten-story/

Nunaaluk was selected for the Wakefield International Film Festival (WIFF). It was screened in Wakefield, Quebec, on Sunday, March 9, 2014.

It was also screened on March 8, 2014, at the Wilderness Paddlers' Gathering, Hulbert Outdoor Center, Fairlee, Vermont; on April 1, 2014, at the Cine-Club (CIDI Radio Station) in Knowlton; and on April 12, 2014, at the Colby-Curtis Museum in Stanstead.

Listen to a CBC Radio interview with Louise Abbott about the film.

Nunaaluk was selected for the Global Visions Festival in Edmonton, Alberta. It was screened on Sunday, May 11, 2014, at 6 p.m. at the Art Gallery of Alberta.

It was also shown on May 14, 2014, at the Osher Lecture Series (University of Vermont) in Newport.

It was selected for the First Peoples' Festival Presence Autochtone, 24th edition. It was screened on Saturday, August 2, 2014, at 6:30 p.m. (18h30), at the Cinematheque Quebecoise in Montreal.

It was selected for the Jasper Short Film Festival, where it was screened on September 27, 2014. Louise Abbott won the "Best Film by an Established Filmmaker" award.

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It was selected for the American Indian Film Festival in San Francisco, where it was screened on November 3, 2014, at noon at the AMC Metreon 16 Theatre135 4th St. It was shortlisted for Best Documentary Short.

 It was also selected for the Polar Film Festival in New York City, where it was screened at the Explorers Club on Saturday, November 22, 2014.

 Nunaaluk: A Forgotten Story was screened on Thursday, January 15, at 7:30 p.m. at the Salle Alec et Gerard Pelletier in Sutton, Quebec.

It was shown in Toronto at the  Wilderness Canoe Symposium on February 20, 2015.

 
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