2 edition of The significance of the silver fox industry on western Prince Edward Island found in the catalog.
The significance of the silver fox industry on western Prince Edward Island
Heidi Elizabeth MacDonald
|Statement||by Heidi MacDonald.|
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|Pagination||83 p. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
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It snuck up on little padded feet, and, when the great Prince Edward Island silver fox bubble finally burst, it wasn’t just little mutant foxes that were skinned. The Fox Industry in Prince Edward Island Fur farming and how it all began Introduction The story of fox farming in Prince Edward Island is a tale of pioneering spirit, wild successes, great opportunities, and crushing disappointments.
Harvesting fur is by no means a new industry File Size: 1MB. The International Fox Museum and Hall of Fame tells the story of the origins of the Silver Fox Industry on Prince Edward Island.
The Museum just completed its most successful season ever. More than visitors walked through the exhibit housed in the Holman Homestead, almost double the number of visitors from the previous year.
Heidi MacDonald, “The significance of the silver fox industry on western Prince Edward Island” (ba thesis, Mount St Vincent Univ., Halifax, ). MacKinnon, “Fox boom on Prince Edward Island,” Silver Fox Breeder (Boston), 1 (–25), no 25 (copy in PARO, Acc. The Silver Fox Industry brought tremendous wealth and fame to Prince Edward Island.
Even today you can see its physical remnants on the rural landscape, including the large and stately old residences of wealthy fox farmers and if you venture into the woods, the rusted, overgrown pens where the valuable animals were : Allan Rankin.
The Silver Fox industry used to be known as one of the largest industries here in Tignish. Along with Sir Charles Dalton being the largest name known in this industry. He always had a love for the industry. Ever since he was young he could be found hunting and trapping foxes.
I grew up on Prince Edward Island. As a youth I heard stories of the once-booming silver fox industry, which brought considerable wealth to the province in the early s. While fox ranching has long since ceased, one need look no further than the provincial armorial bearings, adopted infor a reminder of its former significance.
Fox fur and breeding animals became a major export for Prince Edward Island and brought tremendous wealth to the area during a time when most places were struggling.
There is a film called “Those Little Silver Mines“ which documents the explosive rise of the silver fox industry on Prince Edward Island. It can be seen at the International Fox Museum and Hall of Fame in Summerside, Prince Edward Island. The Silver Fox Curling & Yacht Community Complex is a non-profit community complex, managed and owned by its members.
With 6 sheets of high quality curling ice, a fully equipped marina, banquet and meeting facility, a restaurant, lounge and entertainment centre, the Silver Fox. Similarly the silver fox has often been represented on totem poles. The silver fox also appears as a symbol on the Prince Edward Island coat of arms.
First carried on successfully in the Alberton-Tignish area by Robert T. Oulton, the breeding of the silver fox in captivity blossomed into an industry of international importance, and the town of Summerside was to be its hub. Frank Tuplin introduced fox ranching to the area in when he sold breeding stock to a Hinton-Holman partnership.
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By Brittany Crossman. Why Prince Edward Island. Is probably the most frequent question I am asked. Prince Edward Island is a Vulpes vulpes gem. The island has a large, healthy urban red fox population, as well as many rural foxes that call places like PEI National Park home.
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The supporters are silver foxes, rare animals native to the region; fur farming was perfected on Prince Edward Island, and Island silver fox fur was prized.
The fox also represents sagacity and wit. To denote other Island industries, one fox wears a garland of potato blossoms, and another one wears a length of fishing net. Prince Edward Island joined Confederation on July 1, Despite their long resistance to union, many Islanders celebrated the day.
Buildings throughout Charlottetown were decorated with flags, bunting and streamers; even the ships in the harbour were festooned with ribbons. A rental car business now operates from the building. 85 Euston Street is the only gas station building of its type left standing on Prince Edward Island.
Traditionally, these stations were white with red trim, featured the Irving logo and contained two service bays, a gable roof and a distinctive corner tower.Prince Edward Island, one of the Maritime Provinces of Canada. Curving from North Cape to East Point, ‘the Island’ is about miles ( km) long.
To the south and west, the Northumberland Strait separates the island from the mainland provinces of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. The island’s capital is Charlottetown.Silver Fox Inn, Summerside, Prince Edward Island. 8 likes 33 were here. Hotel/5(42).