Prairie People

Prairie People

A Celebration of My Homeland

DAISY - 2006
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Collins was born and raised on a Saskatchewan farm, but spent most of his adult life living elsewhere. He returns to his homeland to pay homage to it and its people, in a combination of stories, anecdotes, and history told in the voices of ordinary citizens. He explores the characteristics that define these people to themselves and to the rest of Canada: their pessimism, independence, friendliness, and self-reliance. 2003.
Publisher: Winnipeg : Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 2006.
Branch Call Number: TBDAISY 971. 2 COL
Characteristics: 1 sound disc (12 hrs., 10 min.)
Additional Contributors: Spencer, Peter (reader)


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