For 250 years, the Glenaladale estate on Prince Edward Island’s north shore has been a monument to the courage and ingenuity of Scottish immigrants to the new world. In recent years, the magnificent property has fallen on hard times and is in danger of being lost forever. But Mary J. Gallant and Aggi-Rose Reddin are not about to let that happen. With their ragtag group of volunteers, they are saving Glenaladale.
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Episode 1 - The Brick
The Glenaladale Estate comes on the market. Mary, Aggi-Rose and the volunteers scramble to find the money to buy the property before it becomes a cottage development.
Episode 2 - The Tides of History
The Glenaladale settlers abandon Scotland in 1772 after being on the losing side of the Jacobite uprising. The north shore of Prince Edward Island provides a safe haven for them to put down roots and leave a lasting legacy.
Episode 3 - Touching the Past
The leaders of the Glenaladale settlers, Captain John MacDonald and his long-suffering sister Nellie come to life as their descendent Mary and the other volunteers explore the many artifacts they left behind.
Episode 4 - A legacy of Moving Forward
Captain John’s grandson, Sir William C. MacDonald becomes one of Canada’s richest men by selling a product he hates - tobacco. He builds possibly the biggest barn in North America at Glenaladale, inspiring Aggi-Rose to aim high.
Episode 5 - A Home for All
The twentieth century brings fox farming and rum running to Glenaladale. But grand estates like this can’t last forever. Or can they? Mary, Aggi-Rose and the volunteers open Glenaladale’s doors to the next generation.