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Today in Island History
1832 In his first major speech in the House, William Cooper stakes out his political agenda: escheat (confiscate) the proprietors' estates and re-distribute them to tenants. His position is immensely popular -- though not with proprietors.
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Please consider the Prince Edward Island Museum and Heritage Foundation Endowment Trust when making your next charitable donation. Tax receipts are provided. Donations to the Trust will help ensure your children and grandchildren will have an Island history of which they can be proud.

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