The Yellow Gold is Black is one man’s story and personal sacrifice juggling a career out West and family back East, during what could be considered the largest outmigration of people from the Maritime Provinces since World War II.
The McCulloch House Museum & Genealogy Centre is hosting the book launch of “The Yellow Gold is Black”, written by A. Doreen MacLeod. It is a story that is sure to resonate with those who headed west for all the familiar reasons.
Doreen MacLeod is a visual artist and began writing after retirement. Her paintings and photographs appear inside both This Place Called Sylvester and The Yellow Gold is Black.
Open to the public, everyone is welcome to on February 26 at 2 p.m. for an entertaining afternoon, light refreshments will be served. There will be a book- signing after the event. For more information please contact McCulloch House (902)485-4563 or