Comments from the Guest Book

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name: Gabrielle & Shannon
locale: at home

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this is the coolest web site ever and i think that many people will love it
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name: KARLI
locale: yarmouth

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hey!! we did an awsome job!
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name: Talor
locale: AWSOME !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Dear Mr.Rideout,
I really think the project is AWSOME. My Parent's 
think it's Awsome to and my Brother and sister 
love the back round, I love the back round to.

FR:TAYLOR
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name: Jaryd d'Entremont
locale: Pombcoup

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I LOVE the website. It has so much difrent spots to go. I've seen alot of other websites and this is one of the best ov them.
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name: Fergie & Patsy McDonald
locale: Sand Beach, Yarmouth County

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Congratulations on a job well done.
A special hello to our Grandson Logan Moulaison
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name: Kimberly Mackinnon
locale: Yarmouth

message: (corrections)

REPLY: Thank you for you proof reading Kim - JR
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name: Danielle Setlakwe
locale: Yarmouth Nova Scotia

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I think it was a great idea to make this web page I hope you update it. I want to say congrats to my friends who helped make this web page.
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name: Aaron Flint Churchill
locale: South Ohio, Nova Scotia

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The work done by the children and supervised by their teachers, is wonderful example of how education can be made to be an adventure and applications can be made to everyday life, from history, in this particular case. I congratulate Mr. Rideout, and the other teachers for their dedication to their students and their calling, to them it is more than a job, and as it should be. There is a real responsibility to be entrusted with the future of those who will grow up to in some fashion, large or small, take over the reigns of this country. Learning is life long process, and to make it an enjoyable one for children of this, or any other age, is a blessing that will serve them well for the rest of their lives.
Again, congratulations to all the students who obviously worked very hard on their individual portions of this project, for the hard work has shown through, in an excellent submission.
It was a pleasure to have been invited to the launch of the website and I thank you very much.
To the students; keep this keen interest in your work, because it will make it a great deal more enjoyable. Learning IS fun!
To the teachers; Bravo! Keep up the good work. You have very soft clay to work with, and it will take the shape that you give to it, and that is also your responsibility.
Thank you again, and Congratulations again,
(Aaron) Flint Churchill
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name: Charlotte Deveau
locale: Yarmouth

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very informative...well done
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name: Erin Mahar-Jaymee Webster's cousin
locale: Halifax, Nova Scotia

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Hey! I just wanted to tell you guys that you did an awesome job on the launching of your website! I could tell that all of you had put a lot of hard work and effort into your project, and it paid off! Each of you did a great job speaking and presenting the information you researched! Hats off to you and your fellow students!!!lOVE YOU JAY!!!
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name: Lisa Aucoin
locale: South Ohio

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Wow!!! Lot's of time and effort put into this wonderful site!!! Great job!!
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name: Keisha
locale: Yarmouth

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Cool Website!!
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name: Kaitlyn
locale: Yarmouth

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your the best Mr.Rideout
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name: Wendy Crowell
locale: Yarmouth

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I am so proud of all of the students, they have worked so hard and it shows. Bravo to all who had a hand in this wonderful project. I am proud to a parent of a central student!
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name: Jennifer McCullagh
locale: Oakville, Ontario

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My grandfather is Robert Killam and he's the one that told me about this site. I think it's great that you took the time to interview him and I can't believe how much effort you put into making this site.
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name: Emily Walker
locale: Yarmouth

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I didn't know that our site was so cool!
HAVE A GREAT SUMMER!!
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name: Nelly Isac
locale: Yarmouth

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Felicitations' J'ai beaucoup apprŽciŽ votre site..
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name: Harriet Rockwell
locale: Rangeley, Maine

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I'm searching for information about Zachariah Foote 1734 - 1784, who is said to have been one of Yarmouth's first sea captains. About the first of January 1784, he sailed from Yarmouth for Salem but no trace of his vessel or crew was ever found. Zachariah Foote married Elizabeth Ives and migrated to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, from Salem, Massachusetts in 1769. They are said to have settled on the west side of the harbor. Zachariah Foote was a great great grandson son of Pasco Foote of Salem, Massachusetts, who was born in England. I would like to hear from anyone with information about Zachariah Foote and his family, and I would like to hear from Zachariah's living descendants. Thank you.

REPLY: Try contacting the Yarmouth County Museum (click the ship on the Port page for their site) Here are their e-mails:

Museum:ycmuseum@ns.sympatico.ca 
Archives:ycm.archives@ns.sympatico.ca
Inquiries:ycm.inquiries@ns.sympatico.ca

Good luck! JR

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name: Kathy Colaiacovo 
locale: Co-President, Yarmouth Central Home & School Association

The Sailing Ships Website is fantastic I was just looking around it!  What a great job. (from an e-mail)

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name: Katelyn Young
locale: Yarmouth

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Hi Mr Rideout its Katelyn Young. I came to see our site; it's really cool!
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name: Laura Trefry
locale: N.S.

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Still the best site I've made!! I never really noticed how nice it would be!!!

Laura (1/4 of the quadruplets)
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