The Life of Ted Russell
Best known as "Uncle Mose," Ted Russell (1904-1977) was also a teacher, a magistrate, a civil servant, and even a politician. This biography, set against the backdrop of major events in Newfoundland and Labrador during the twentieth century, is a testament to a man whose dedication, integrity, and sense of humour make him one of our province's most beloved native sons. Written by his daughter, this book illuminates the private as well as the public man.
This is an excellent biography, well-illustrated and well-written. It gives us more insight into both the moral courage and firm beliefs of a man who chose principle over social prestige and money.-- The Telegram --
. . . it\\\'s a history of Newfoundland in the last century—with Ted Russell smack in the middle.-- Downhome magazine --
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