Exploring the World of Anne of Green Gables - Victoria Magazine
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND: Author, Lucy Maud Montgomery often visited her cousins at their farm near Cavendish. The Green Gables Heritage Place commemorates the site of the iconic house featured in the books about her beloved protagonist, “Anne with an e.” The home is open for tours, and it is decorated as it appeared at the time of the author’s stays. -victoriamag.com
The Blythe family was a family that lived in Prince Edward Island in the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century. Several members lived in the small village of Avonlea, including John and Gilbert Blythe. Later Gilbert married Anne Shirley and they moved to the House of Dreams, Four Winds, where Anne gave birth to two children Joyce and Jem, the latter of whom survived. After living there for two years, Gilbert decided they needed a bigger house to live in.
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