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The Prat Sisters: Free Spirits of the 1890s

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Letter from Bliss Carman to Annie L. Prat, October 10, 1889, thanking her for sending him a rosebud from the Acadia Villa garden (print version)

Date: Published in William Inglis Morse, Bliss Carman Bibliography (Windham, Conn., 1941)

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives  PS8455 A72 Z7, p. 50-51


Letter from Bliss Carman to Annie L. Prat, addressing to her as "Miss Ferry Hill Wilcox, Acadia Villa," October 31, 1889 (print version)

Date: Published in William Inglis Morse, Bliss Carman Bibliography (Windham, Conn., 1941)

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives  PS8455 A72 Z7, p. 51


'Ferry Hill,' home of Charlotte Prat and her husband, George Wilcox, Windsor

Date: 1900

Format: Photograph in album

Reference: Prat, Starr family Nova Scotia Archives 1985-524 no. 86, photo no. 8


The four Prat sisters, with their mother, Elizabeth, and Charlotte's husband, George Wilcox, in front of the Wilcox's home, 'Ferry Hill,' Windsor

Date: ca. 1898

Format: Photograph in album

Reference: Prat, Starr family Nova Scotia Archives 1985-524 no. 86, photo no. 96


"Flower of the Rose," hand-printed and "bound for Bliss Carman as a memory of Samuel Prat, whose guest and comrade he was for several northern summers"

Date: 1892

Credit: Dalhousie University Archives and Special Collections

Reference: Dalhousie University Archives and Special Collections  PR4441 F64 1892


Presentation cover for Bliss Carman's "Flower of the Rose"

Date: ca. 1900

Credit: Dalhousie University Archives and Special Collections

Reference: Dalhousie University Archives and Special Collections  PR9299 C 28 F55


Letter from Bliss Carman to Elizabeth Prat, expressing to her and her daughters his grief and sympathy over the death of Samuel Prat

Date: 18 February 1892

Credit: Esther Clark Wright Archives, Acadia University

Reference: Esther Clark Wright Archives, Acadia University  Harry Starr accession no. 1990-006


Untitled poem by Charles G.D. Roberts, written at 'Acadia Villa' after the death there of his brother Goodridge in February 1892

Date: 3 April 1892

Reference: Prat, Starr family Nova Scotia Archives  MG 1 vol. 2625 no. 275a


"In Remembrance: S.P., G.B.R" : poem by Bliss Carman, in memory of Samuel Prat and Goodridge Bliss Roberts, written at 'Acadia Villa' in 1892 (print version)

Date: Published in William Inglis Morse, Bliss Carman Bibliography (Windham, Conn., 1941)

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives  PS8455 A72 Z7, p. 72


"To My Own People By Grand Pré, Christmas, 1892" : poem by Bliss Carman about the Prat family (print version)

Date: Published in William Inglis Morse, Bliss Carman Bibliography (Windham, Conn., 1941)

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives  PS8455 A72 Z7, p.71


Minnie S. Prat

Date: 1892

Photographer: G.A. Burkhardt

Reference: Prat, Starr family Nova Scotia Archives 1985-524 no. 97


Letter from Bliss Carman to Annie L. Prat, concerning the role of poetry in expressing universal grief and sorrow, and the deaths of Samuel Prat and Goodridge Bliss Roberts

Date: 14 April 1892

Credit: University of King's College Archives

Reference: University of King's College Archives William Inglis Morse Collection


Letter from Bliss Carman to Annie L. Prat, describing his trip accompanying Minnie Prat to visit the parents of her late fiancé, Goodridge Bliss Roberts, at Fredericton

Date: 20 June 1892

Credit: University of King's College Archives

Reference: University of King's College Archives William Inglis Morse Collection


Letter from Bliss Carman to Annie L. Prat, from Washington, D.C., where he is visiting his friend and literary collaborator, Richard Hovey

Date: 13 December 1892

Credit: University of King's College Archives

Reference: University of King's College Archives William Inglis Morse Collection


Letter from Bliss Carman to Minnie Prat, 6 October 1893 (facsimile)

Date: Published in William Inglis Morse, Bliss Carman Bibliography (Windham, Conn., 1941)

Reference: Nova Scotia Archives  PS8455 A72 Z7, opp. p. 58


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