SCRIPT: The interactive story of the Bartlett family was written by Christopher Moore, a historian recognized for his many books and articles on Canada’s history.
Moore’s book “Louisburg Portraits” explores life down east in colonial times. It won the Governor-General’s Literary Award for non-fiction. His “Loyalists: Revolution Exile Settlement” was published to mark the 200th anniversary of the first settlement of Loyalists in what is now Canada and received the Secretary of State’s Prize for Excellence in Canadian Studies. Moore recently won his second Governor-General’s Literary Award for “From Then to Now: A Short History of the World,” a book for young readers.
ARTWORK: Ruth Tait
LEAD PROGRAMMER: Nicole Chung
Additional programming provided by Thomas King, Michael Darmanian, Lucas Ng, Fareed Hassan, Kevin Matos
TEXT, PICTURE RESEARCH FOR “BARTLETT TIMES": Elizabeth Willing, Joseph Koenig
GLOSSARY OF HISTORIC TERMS: Jean Gillespie, Kathlene Willing
PROJECT MANAGEMENT: Elizabeth Willing, Jean Gillespie
PRODUCER: Joseph Koenig