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ANGELIQUEABANDONED Isle Royale 1845-1846, by James R Stevens

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5.5 x 8.5 inch soft cover novella with 88 pages. Angelique Mott was seventeen when she was deceived and eventually left on her own with no food to survive a frigid winter on Michigan’s famed Isle Royale. Her fight to survive is a heroic epic on the Lake Superior Frontier of 1845 and 46.

Isle Royale 1845-1846

Angelique Mott was seventeen when she was deceived and eventually left on her own with no food to survive a frigid winter on Michigan’s famed Isle Royale. Her fight to survive is a heroic epic on the Lake Superior Frontier of 1845 and 46. James R. Stevens’ novella, based on historical fact is an emotional journey with Angelique as she starves and deals with her faith in Christianity and the spirit world of her forest people. Much of the story streams forth in the words of an old Metis grandson living alone on Madeline Island in Wisconsin. Angelique’s journey into a winter of hell begins at Sault Ste. Marie when she and her husband, Charlie Mott ride the schooner Algonquin to the shores of Isle Royale in a search for copper.

“Angelique’s story represents the essence of our true selves, and despite the intrusions of foreign doctrine. James Stevens properly portrays the powerful and mystical ways of our unique spirituality. This, the mainstay of Angelique’s survival crossed by the violent nature of humanity and of nature itself. Angelique teaches us the essential human elements…..faith in yourself and forgiveness to those who have caused so much tragedy. Little did I know that I would be so engulfed in Angelique’s harrowing life experience that I became a part of her journey in such a way that I will never forget. The book reinforces our belief system of never giving up and the power of forgiveness. This story is a must read for everyone. ”

Marlene Pierre—Ojibway Woman Activist—
Thunder Bay, Ontario
James R StevensJames R Stevens

Writer/editor James R. ‘Jim’ Stevens was raised on a dairy farm at St. Marys, Ontario, Canada. Like many Canadian youth he was a hockey player and in 1960 he went off to Ithaca, New York on a scholarship at Cornell University. He has had published a wide range of non fiction books in Canada that vary extensively in their subject matter.

“As an author with the blessing or curse of a Gemini construct in personality many things interest me passionately, however, my bottom line is that a book of mine must have insight and have an enduring quality for readers. A good non fiction book will be valuable long into the future.”  At present Stevens has five books in print in Canada and one of them has been moving off of booksellers shelves for thirty-two years. 

Isle Royale 1845-1846

Angelique Mott was seventeen when she was deceived and eventually left on her own with no food to survive a frigid winter on Michigan’s famed Isle Royale. Her fight to survive is a heroic epic on the Lake Superior Frontier of 1845 and 46. James R. Stevens’ novella, based on historical fact is an emotional journey with Angelique as she starves and deals with her faith in Christianity and the spirit world of her forest people. Much of the story streams forth in the words of an old Metis grandson living alone on Madeline Island in Wisconsin. Angelique’s journey into a winter of hell begins at Sault Ste. Marie when she and her husband, Charlie Mott ride the schooner Algonquin to the shores of Isle Royale in a search for copper.

“Angelique’s story represents the essence of our true selves, and despite the intrusions of foreign doctrine. James Stevens properly portrays the powerful and mystical ways of our unique spirituality. This, the mainstay of Angelique’s survival crossed by the violent nature of humanity and of nature itself. Angelique teaches us the essential human elements…..faith in yourself and forgiveness to those who have caused so much tragedy. Little did I know that I would be so engulfed in Angelique’s harrowing life experience that I became a part of her journey in such a way that I will never forget. The book reinforces our belief system of never giving up and the power of forgiveness. This story is a must read for everyone. ”

Marlene Pierre—Ojibway Woman Activist—
Thunder Bay, Ontario

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Aboriginal Art

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Canadian Aboriginal Paintings depicting the rich indigenous culture of the First Nation People's Woodland style of art. Living north of Lake Superior and south and west of the Hudson Bay coast. 

Eugene Morriseau, Moses (Amik) Beaver, Francis Esquega


 

 Canadian Aboriginal Art, Moccasins

 Aboriginal Art Moccasins depicting the hand beaded designs of a rich indigenous culture of the First Nation people, living north of Lake Superior and south and west of the Hudson Bay coast.

 

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A selection of books by local authors from around the Lake Superior Region. 

Stories about Canadian and Lake Superior history, it's people and their culture.

Wayne PettitRon Wrigley, James R Stevens

 

 

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 Bamboo Luxury 1900 Series Sheets

 Bamboo Luxury Sheets

Wrinkle Free Silky Soft Feel Deep Pocket Sheets 4 Piece Sheets -
•Machine wash in cold water with similar colours

•Tumble dry on low heat
•Do not bleach, dry clean or iron


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Shipwreck Maps

Attractive, fascinating and historically accurate shipwreck posters, available for all five Great Lakes plus the Outer Banks of North Carolina.

A double-ink printing technique is used to create the dark navy blue on cream paper. The result is a stunning, rich effect. For anyone interested in shipwrecks, these maps offer the very best information regarding when, where and what. “Portholes of History” give you insight, facts and figures.

24 x 30 inches, shipped rolled in a tube.

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Shipwreck Map Lake Ontario
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Lake Superior Coffee


Lake Superior Coffee, a craft coffee specially roasted on the shores of Lake Superior. We use only the finest Arabica Coffee Beans.

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Oliver Oil and Balsamic Vinegars


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Stained Glass Mosaic Class

3 Thursday Evenings


By Kim Hewitt

Next Class
   Thursday, September 29th,  Oct 6th and 13th
6:30 to 9:30 pm.

Lake Superior Art Gallery


Kim Hewitt
Kim Hewitt Stain Glass

Learn to create your own stained glass mosaic, with local artist Kim Hewitt. Open to beginners, this workshop includes an introduction to glass cutting, tools, and techniques. Create your own stained glass mosaic to bring home and enjoy.

Cost is $140.00 per person with all materials are provided for you. Only 5 spots available!

For registration please  phone 807-622-7573 or email info@LakeSuperiorArtGallery.com





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