A Harbour for the King is the story of a courageous group of United Empire Loyalists from Maine who made their home on an island in the wide entrance to the Bay of Fundy. They rapidly progressed from rustic shelters to fully framed houses and barns, and from subsistence provisioning to the business of fishing.
With the continuing strength and values of their ancestors, the people of the Harbour developed an on-going community of strong souls who survived fires, shipwrecks, economic downturns, and wipe-out storms like the Saxby Gale and the Groundhog Day Gale.
Wendy Dathan lifts up the story of Grand Harbour’s resilient people, who with a rich heritage and will to survive, have always recovered and made their Island home a stronger and better place to live.Author: Wendy Dathan
Publisher: Chapel Street Editions
Publishing Date: August 16th, 2022
# of Pages: 108