Collection Description (from online finding aid): Thomas J. Connors of Halifax, N.S., was one of six children of William P. and Mary Ann (Guildford) Connors (O'Connors). He attended the Christian Brothers school in Halifax until the age of fourteen when he went to work at sea. By 1903 he was working as a stevedore and in the following year, he was employed as a freight handler with the Intercolonial Railway.
Collection Description (from online finding aid): Collection consists of photographs, scrapbooks, programs, newsletters, medals and awards, and other materials relating to the Argonaut Rowing Club from 1872 to 2013. The records were collected by long-time member and club historian George McCauley over a period of about 50 years.
The journal Tsingy, published in La Réunion, is not available online. For paper copies, please write to the editor: Dr Frédéric GARAN
Note that La Réunion, while in the Indian Ocean, is administratively part of France (DOM-TOM). Hence postage costs are European.
For a list of earlier issues, their cover and TOC, see either http://www.cresoi.fr/-Revue-Tsingy- or http://revuetsingy.canalblog.com/
- Eric Morier-Genoud
I'm not able to find any link to the Tsingy - revue de l'OIES (Océan Indien, Espaces et Sociétés), Université de La Réunion, how can I read the articles?
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Catholic U. Football head coach Arthur J. “Dutch” Bergman from the 1930s led his team to an Orange Bowl triumph in 1936. He was a player on the Notre Dame team led by Knute Rockne in 1919, and a room mate of George Gipp (the real guy, not Ronald Reagan), of “win one for the Gipper” fame (which leads one to wonder if during their time together Gipp ever asked Bergman to wash the dishes just once for the Gipper). For more, please see
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TSINGY n°18, 2015
Tsingy - revue de l'OIES (Océan Indien, Espaces et Sociétés), Université de La Réunion
I. Dossier : Le Mozambique
Introduction: Le Mozambique et l'Océan Indien
Mozambique : L'océan Indien et la dispersion identitaire
La circulation des connaissances médicales entre le Mozambique et l’océan Indien, de la fin du XVIIIème siècle au début du XIXème siècle