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101 Heming, Arthur. THE DRAMA OF THE FORESTS: ROMANCE AND ADVENTURE.
Toronto S.B. Gundy 1924 First Canadian Edition. Hard Cover Good+ No Jacket Arthur Heming. 
324 pp, 7 3/4" H. 14 colour plates, including frontispiece (collated). "(I) travelled twenty-three times through various parts of the vast northern woods, between Maine and Alaska, and covered thousands upon thousands of miles by canoe, pack-train, snowshoes, bateau, dog-train, buck-board, timber-raft, prairie-schooner, lumber-wagon, and 'alligator'. (B)ack again I went at all seasons of the year to encamp in that great timber-land that sweeps from the Atlantic to the Pacific. thus it has taken me thirty-three years to gather the information this volume contains - (but) I wish to explain that in compliance with the wishes of the leading actors - who actually lived their parts of this story - fictitious names have been given to the principal characters and to the principal trading posts, lakes, and rivers herein depicted. Furthermore, in order to give the reader a more interesting, complete, and faithful description of the daily and the yearly life of the forest dwellers as I have observed it, I have taken the liberty of weaving together the more interesting facts I have gathered - both first- and second-hand - into one continuous narrative as though it all happened in a single year. And in order to retain all the primitive local colour, the unique costumes, and the fascinating romance of the fur-trade days as I witnessed them in my twenties - though much of the life has already passed away - the scene is set to represent a certain year in the early (1890s)." Separation between some page gatherings (mainly at illustration locations) - pages are firm in binding, very slight bump at top corner of boards, wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, minor shelf soiling on bottom of text block, three very small stains on top of text block, minor rubbing on boards. Book is protected in a stiff mylar sleeve. 
Price: 45.00 USD
 
 
102 Henry, Marguerite. BLACK GOLD.
Chicago Rand McNally 1958 Hard Cover Very Good Good- Wesley Dennis. 
173 pp, large 8vo (9 3/4" H). Colour pictorial endpapers, b&w illustrations. "The glorious turf record of Black Gold could almost have been foretold from three things: the character of U-see-it, his diminutive mother who was the pride of the Osage Indians; the single-purposed and inscrutable mind of her owner, Al Hoots; and the intensity of the Irish boy, Jaydee Mooney, who had no peace until he and he alone could ride Black Gold to glory. The story begins with a prophecy and ends with a soaring moment in the annals of the turf." Very light browning to edges of textblock, minor edge wear, a few tiny dints to bottom edge of boards, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket is price clipped, has light to moderate edge wear - heavy on rear flap-fold, tiny/small chips at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, light browning on spine and flap-folds/top edge, light creases on spine, a few tiny marks and tiny hole on front panel. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
IN THE HEART OF THE ROCKIES: A STORY OF ADVENTURE IN COLORADO., Henty, G.A.
103 Henty, G.A. IN THE HEART OF THE ROCKIES: A STORY OF ADVENTURE IN COLORADO.
W. Foulsham, London, n.d. 
223 pp, small 8vo (7 1/2" H), hard cover in dust jacket. Colour frontispiece. "This book has been carefully edited and slightly abridged to meet the reading tastes of the Modern Boy." - From verso of title page. "In the heart of the Rockies lay g old - and 'Straight' Harry Wade knew where to find it. His sixteen-year-old nephew, Tom, fresh from England, was one of the small party that set out with him to brave the dangers of the Colorado and seek their fortunes. They had to face aval a n c h e s , grizzly bears, and hostile Indians on the war-path, before they reached their goal - and the only way back was by canoe down the Colorado River, over rapids and through the Grand Canyon, with fresh perils at every turn --" Dust jacket h as s om e li ght edge wear/creasing, a few very small edge tears, colors are very bright, protected in a mylar sleeve. Very Good+/Very Good 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
TRAVELS THROUGH THE CANADAS:  CONTAINING A DESCRIPTION OF THE PICTURESQUE SCENERY ON SOME OF THE RIVERS AND LAKES; WITH AN ACCOUNT OF THE PRODUCTIONS, COMMERCE, AND INHABITANTS OF THOSE PROVINCES., Heriot, George.  Introduction to New Edition by James J. Talman.
104 Heriot, George. Introduction to New Edition by James J. Talman. TRAVELS THROUGH THE CANADAS: CONTAINING A DESCRIPTION OF THE PICTURESQUE SCENERY ON SOME OF THE RIVERS AND LAKES; WITH AN ACCOUNT OF THE PRODUCTIONS, COMMERCE, AND INHABITANTS OF THOSE PROVINCES.
Edmonton M.G. Hurtig 1971 0888300360 / 9780888300362 First Hurtig Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Very Good+ George Heriot. 
602 pp, 10 1/2" H. Red cloth covered boards, black title block with gilt lettering/decoration on spine. Original publisher's cardboard slipcase with titling on spine and one side. Black, white & cream illustrations (several fold-out) plus colour fold-out map (collated). Title continues: "To which is sub-joined a comparative view of the manners and customs of several of the Indian nations of North and South America." "Heriot went to Quebec in 1792 as a civil servant and became deputy postmaster general of Canada in 1799. Until 1816 he remained in Canada, travelling at least as far west as Niagara Falls, perhaps Detroit, and to some extent in the United States, sketching along the way. His legacy - his water-colors and this book, an unsurpassed intimate history of 'the lakes, the rivers, and cataracts, the villages, farm-houses, and townships of Canada'. Although British reviewers of the day were unimpressed by richly detailed descriptions of a mere colony, the extent and precision of Heriot's account is a virtue one hundred and sixty years later. He wrote at length of each of the major waterways in Upper and Lower Canada which were, as James Talman points out in his introduction, 'of first importance in the life of the people as a means of travel and a source of water power'. And his sketches of buildings, particularly in Quebec, are invaluable since many of those buildings were already falling into ruin when Heriot saw them." Very minor wrinkling at top og spine. Dust jacket has very light wrinkling at top of spine and flap-folds, minor rubbing. Slipcase has very light edge wear/rubbing, tiny slight puncture on one side, slight bump at top of spine. 
Price: 45.00 USD
 
 
COOKSVILLE:  COUNTRY TO CITY.  ALSO INCLUDES:  BRITANNIA., Hicks, Kathleen A.  Foreword By Sir Lou Parsons.
105 Hicks, Kathleen A. Foreword By Sir Lou Parsons. COOKSVILLE: COUNTRY TO CITY. ALSO INCLUDES: BRITANNIA.
Mississauga, Ontario Friends of the Mississauga Library System 2005 0969787375 / 9780969787372 First Edition Soft Cover Very Good+ Inscribed By Author
345 pp, oblong large 8vo (9 1/4" H x 12" D). Personalized inscription by author on title page. Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, maps, reproductions. A local history of Cooksville, Ontario, now part of the city of Missisauga. Contents: Dedication; Acknowledgements; Foreword; Introduction; Tribute to Jacob Cook; Years: 1807-1850; Daniel Harris; Joseph & Jane Silverthorn; Years: 1851-1900; The Great Fire of 1852; The Credit Valley Railway; Years: 1901-1950; William Stanislaus Romain; Toronto Township Police Department; Years: 1951-2000; Reeve Mary Fix; Robert W. Speck; Mississauga the Town; Mississauge the City; Bibliography; Index. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - small corner crease on rear cover, minor edge wear. 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
ON THE LAND: CONFRONTING THE CHALLENGES OF ABORIGINAL SELF-DETERMINATION IN NORTHERN QUEBEC & LABRADOR., Hodgins, Bruce W. and Cannon, Kerry A., eds. (Matthew Coon Come, Zebedee Nungak, Daniel Ashini, Mary Ellen Turpel, Harvey Feit, Alan Penn, Boyce Richardson.)
106 Hodgins, Bruce W. and Cannon, Kerry A., eds. (Matthew Coon Come, Zebedee Nungak, Daniel Ashini, Mary Ellen Turpel, Harvey Feit, Alan Penn, Boyce Richardson.) ON THE LAND: CONFRONTING THE CHALLENGES OF ABORIGINAL SELF-DETERMINATION IN NORTHERN QUEBEC & LABRADOR.
Betelgeuse, Toronto, 1995. 
165 pp, 8 1/4" H, soft cover. ISBN 0969078366 4 fold-out maps. "If the people of Quebec claim a right to sovereignty, Inuit of Quebec argue that their right of self-determination empowers them with the choice to remain part of Quebec, of Canada, or to secede on their own. The James Bay Cree consider Hydro Quebec's 'mad plans to engineer and dam the vast ecosystem' where they have lived for centuries an affront to their own right to control their land. The Labrador Innu are struggling with both the federal and provincial governments to protect their traditional hunting territories from threats imposed by military training flights and mineral exploration. All of these are challenges. As the Native peoples of Canada are meeting t h e m , asserting their right to make choices for themselves, they stand steadfastly 'on the land' from which flow their inherent rights to self-determination." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - clean and b ri gh t. Fi ne 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
107 Holling, S.A., editor. (Earl B. Eddy, E.J. McGirr, J.G. Carscallen, T.A. Morgan, S.A. Holling.) CHRIST CHURCH: OUR HERITAGE. A RECORD OF 150 YEARS OF SERVICE.
Clarkson, Ontario S.A. Holling 1974 Soft Cover Very Good - 
(183) pp, 9" H. B&w illustrations. A history of Christ Church, Clarkson, Ontario. Contents: Early Days (First Inhabitants / Preparing for Settlement / The Pioneers / The Methodist Episcopal Church / The First Church / The Corner Church); The Stalwart Ones (The Loyalists / The Promised Land); Salvation, O! The Joyful Sound (Methodist Camp Meetings / Tribulations / The Missionary War / The Dissenters / The Missionary Church / Early Preachers); The Corner Church (Methodist Church Union 1884 / The Cooksville Circuit / Carman Methodist Church / Church Union 1925 / The Depression Years); Church and Community (The Sunday School Picnics / A Face-lift / The Ladies Aid / The Choir / The Clarkson Community Centre); The Oliver Years (The New Church / Expansion 1965-6 / Christian Stewardship / Christ Church Women / A Concerned, Friendly Church / Church Community Volunteers / End of an Era); Retrospect and Prospect (Spring Creek Cemetery / The Land and Its People / Centennial Year 1967 / Christ Church Survey / Christian Education / Christ Church Library / Churches in Surrounding Areas / New Concept for Seventies); Appendices (Personalities from the Past / Dedication Sermon 1875 / Survey Map, Mississauga Purchase / Purchase Price to Mississauga Indians / Plan of First Land Allotments 1806 / Carman Sunday School Company Limited - Letter requesting funds - Share Certificate / List of Ministers Serving Clarksong Area 1806-1974. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - light rubbing/soiling on covers, small light liquid stain on bottom of text block at spine and at bottom edge of rear cover. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
GREAT RIVER:  THE RIO GRANDE IN NORTH AMERICAN HISTORY.  2 VOLUME LIMITED EDITION SET., Horgan, Paul.
108 Horgan, Paul. GREAT RIVER: THE RIO GRANDE IN NORTH AMERICAN HISTORY. 2 VOLUME LIMITED EDITION SET.
New York Rinehart 1954 Limited Edition Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket - (as issued) Paul Horgan. Signed by Author
1020 pp - 2 volumes - consecutively paged, 9 1/4" H. Buff coloured cloth with gilt lettering/banding on spines, top edges gilt. Signed by the author on the limitation page of Volume One. Pictorial endpapers and color picture section at the front of each volume (from paintings by the author). B&w maps. Volume One subtitled: "Indians and Spain". Volume Two subtitled: "Mexico and the United States". **Please note: This set is missing the publisher's slipcase.** Volume One has light dcuffing at top 2" of fore-edge of text block - probably occured at time of trimming pages, light toning to fore-edge and bottom of text block, tiny foxing mark on bottom of text block, two parallel diagonal wrinkles across pages 211 to 234 - probably occured during manufacture. Volume Two has small light stain on fore-edge of text block, light toning to fore-edge and bottom of text block, very small light soiling mark on bottom of text block. 
Price: 150.00 USD
 
 
THE FALCON BOW:  AN ARCTIC LEGEND., Houston, James.
109 Houston, James. THE FALCON BOW: AN ARCTIC LEGEND.
McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1986, first edition. 
96 pp, 8vo (8 3/8" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0771042523 Beautifully illustrated throughout in b&w by the author. "Kungo's people - the Inuit on the coast in the Far North - are starving because the summer run of fish has failed them and the caribou herds have not returned. A hot-headed young Inuit hunter accuses the inland Indians of deliberately setting fires to prevent the caribou migration. Kungo journeys inland with the falcon bow and discovers the truth of the car i b o u ' s d i s appearance. The Indians are also starving, he finds. It is up to Kungo to prevent a bloody feud from breaking out between these neighboring peoples. With the help of his sister, Shulu, Kungo is able to explain to the Indians wh y th e fi sh h a ve n ot come up the river and to convince them that the Inuit, as well, have no food. In a dramatic and moving conclusion, Kungo and his sister manage to bring about a new understanding between the Inuit and Indians that results i n l as tin g p eac e. " Ver y s light bowing to boards, minor fading to top edge of boards. Very Good+/Near Fine 
Price: 12.50 USD
 
 
THE SKETCH BOOK. (CONTAINING: RIP VAN WINKLE; THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW; THE SPECTRE BRIDEGROOM; THE BROKEN HEART; RURAL LIFE IN ENGLAND; THE CHRISTMAS DINNER; STRATFORD-ON-AVON; TRAITS OF INDIAN CHARACTER; THE ANGLER; PHILIP OF POKANOKET;  ET AL.), Irving, Washington.
110 Irving, Washington. THE SKETCH BOOK. (CONTAINING: RIP VAN WINKLE; THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW; THE SPECTRE BRIDEGROOM; THE BROKEN HEART; RURAL LIFE IN ENGLAND; THE CHRISTMAS DINNER; STRATFORD-ON-AVON; TRAITS OF INDIAN CHARACTER; THE ANGLER; PHILIP OF POKANOKET; ET AL.)
London Collins Clear-Type Press Full-Leather Very Good Frank Pember. 
410 pp, 16mo (6 1/8" H), thin burgundy leather over card covers/spine - gold lettering and decoration on spine, top edge gilt - in slipcase. Burgundy endpapers, sepiatone plates, including frontispiece, decorated title page, integral ribbon bookmark. Contents: The Author's Account of Himself; The Voyage; Roscoe; The Wife; Rip Van Winkle; English Writers on America; Rural Life in England; The Broken Heart; The Art of Book-Making; A Royal Poet; The Country Church; The Widow and Her Son; A Sunday in London; The Boar's Head Tavern, Eastcheap; The Mutability of Literature; Rural Funerals; The Inn Kitchen; The Spectre Bridegroom; Westminster Abbey; Christmas; The Stage Coach; Christmas Eve; Christmas Day; The Christmas Dinner; London Antiques; Little Britain; Stratford-on-Avon; Traits of Indian Character; Philip of Pokanoket; John Bull; The Pride of the Village; The Angler; The Legend of Sleepy Hollow; L'Envoy. Small round label on front free endpaper, tiny dent on preliminary pages, very light edge wear. Slipcase has light edge wear - a bit more at top/bottom rear edges, rubbing on bottom panel. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
THE PATHFINDER., J. Fenimore Cooper.  (James Fenimore Cooper.)
111 J. Fenimore Cooper. (James Fenimore Cooper.) THE PATHFINDER.
London Collins Clear-Type Press Full-Leather Very Good J. Shonberg. 
540 pp, + publisher's catalogue, 16mo (6 2/16" H), thin burgundy leather over card covers/spine - gold lettering and decoration on spine, top edge gilt - in slipcase. Burgundy endpapers, decorated title page, b&w illustrations including frontispiece. In this installment of 'The Leatherstocking Tales', Natty Bumppo (a.k.a. Hawkeye of 'The Last of the Mohicans'), a wilderness scout, guides a young damsel through the dangerous forests around Lake Ontario at the time of the French and Indian War. Falling in love, he is forced to remain single as she prefers his friend, Jasper Western. Very light edge wear, two or three small splits at bottom of front pastedown. Slipcase has light to moderate edge wear with some small areas of paper loss. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
ST. CATHARINES, ONTARIO: ITS EARLY YEARS., Jackson, John N.
112 Jackson, John N. ST. CATHARINES, ONTARIO: ITS EARLY YEARS.
Belleville, Ontario Mika Publishing 1976 0919302064 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good 
416 pp, 9 3/8" H. B&w photographs, maps, reproductions, tables. Contents: Preface and Acknowledgements; Introduction; The Regional Pattern of Settlement and the Establishment of a Village at St. Catharines, prior to c.1825 (The Physical Background of the Niagara Peninsula and St. Catharines / The Prelude to Permanent Settlement / The Establishment of British Settlement in the Peninsula / The Progress and Characteristics of Settlement in the Niagara Peninsula / The Formal Organisation of Settlement in Grantham Township / The Foundations of a Village / The War of 1812 and the Post-War Progress of Settlement); Regional Transition and Its Significance for St. Catharines: c. 1824 to c. 1845 (Argument for a Trans-Peninsular Canal and Its Intended Route / Deviations from the Proposed Route of the Welland Canal / The Regional Impact of the Welland Canal / The Response of St. Catharines to the Canal / St. Catharines as an Expanding Centre of Service Activity / St. Catharines: The Form of Urban Development / St. Catharines and the Niagara Peninsula: An Ongoing Momentum); Conclusion; References; Index. Small wrinkle at top of spine. Dust jacket has minor edge wear/wrinkling, a few very tiny scuffs on rear panel. 
Price: 50.00 USD
 
 
113 Jacot, Michael. WIND FROM ACROSS THE RIVER.
McClelland and Stewart, (Toronto, 1984), Ist edition. 
223 pp, small 8vo, HC in dust jacket. Dust jacket design by David Griffiths. "Dan Nelson is a Canadian Indian, and he has just walked 350 miles acros the Northern hills to secure backing in Yellowknife for two gold seams he has found. He meets an Indian girl, Sam, a huge stray wolf-dog called Kayuk and a crooked dealer called Ziegel. Dan returns home to Fort Norman to begin preparations for mining the gold, and encounters Ziegel's ruthless tactics for beating him to the mine, i n t h e f o r m o f the hired thugs sent out from Yellowknife to halt his progress. What follows is an extraordinary story of courage and determination..." Dust jacket has minor wrinkling/rubbing. A clean, tight, bright copy. VG+/VG+ 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
114 Jaenen, Cornelius J., edited with introduction by. THE FRENCH REGIME IN THE UPPER COUNTRY OF CANADA DURING THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY. THE PUBLICATIONS OF THE CHAMPLAIN SOCIETY. ONTARIO SERIES XVI.
Toronto Champlain Society 1996 0969342578 / 9780969342571 Limited Edition Hard Cover Near Fine No Jacket 
303 pp, large 8vo (9 5/8" H), red cloth with gold lettering, banding, emblem on spine. One of a limited edition of 1100 copies - this copy unnumbered. B&w illustrations - frontispiece, 4 maps (three fold-out), reproductions. The documents are grouped under three main headings: The Upper Country: Aspiration and Possession; Major Explorers of the Upper Country; The French on Hudson Bay. First index page was not properly opened at bottom edge at gutter - causing small tear and piece of the page to be left attached to previous page. 
Price: 50.00 USD
 
 
115 Jaenen, Cornelius J., edited with introduction by. THE FRENCH REGIME IN THE UPPER COUNTRY OF CANADA DURING THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY. THE PUBLICATIONS OF THE CHAMPLAIN SOCIETY. ONTARIO SERIES XVI.
Toronto Champlain Society 1996 0969342578 / 9780969342571 Limited Edition Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket 
303 pp, large 8vo (9 5/8" H), red cloth with gold lettering, banding, emblem on spine. One of a limited edition of 1100 copies - this copy unnumbered. B&w illustrations - frontispiece, 4 maps (three fold-out), reproductions. The documents are grouped under three main headings: The Upper Country: Aspiration and Possession; Major Explorers of the Upper Country; The French on Hudson Bay. Shallow bump to fore-edge of front board. 
Price: 40.00 USD
 
 
116 James, William C. A FUR TRADER'S PHOTOGRAPHS: A.A. CHESTERFIELD IN THE DISTRICT OF UNGAVA, 1901-4.
Kingston McGill - Queen's University Press 1985 0773505938 / 9780773505933 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good- A.A. Chesterfield, photographer. 
113 pp, oblong (9 1/4" H x 11" D). B&w photographs. "(P)resents the most significant images from a previously unresearched collection of early twentieth-century photographs. The photographer, A.A. Chesterfield, spent most of his working life as a professional photographer, a field in which he achiev-ed a national reputation. But between 1901 & 1904 he was employed as a fur trader with the Hudson's Bay Company, and his most significant camera work comes from this period. The only white man at the company's northernmost posts (Great Whale River and Fort George), he lived and worked with the Cree and Inuit. The photographs he took during this period are remarkable in their combination of technical skill, visual appeal, and documentary and historical significance. (He) recorded the effects of post life upon the Cree and Inuit, and showed how the white agents of the church and fur trade made use of native implements, clothing, and transportation. Recognizing the threat to native ways of life posed by the white man's advancing civilization, he photographed the native people's dress, their everyday activities, the details that define a culture. The text provides a detailed framework in which to understand the photographs. James describes Chesterfield's life, the region, the people he photo-graphed, the role of the Hudson's Bay Company, the documentary significance of the activities depict-ed in the photographs, and the relationship between these and other extant photos of that region and era." Minor twist to spine. Dust jacket has light to moderate edge wear - mainly at top/bottom of hinges and flap-folds, light edge wrinkling, light rubbing. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
117 Jameson, Mrs. (Anna) WINTER STUDIES AND SUMMER RAMBLES IN CANADA. (3 VOLUMES IN 1)
Toronto Coles 1972 Facsimile Reprint of John Murray 1912 Ed Hard Cover Very Good 
315 pp, 341 pp, 356 pp - 3 volumes in 1, 8 1/2" H. Originally published in 1838 by Saunders and Otley, London, England, this facsimile reprint is part of the Coles Canadiana Collection. Maroon boards with black title block, gold lettering/banding on spine, golde lettering/banding on front board. Anna Jameson's account of her travels in Upper Canada, by sleigh, steamboat, canoe, stage coach, etc., gives firsthand impressions of the people and places, including much information on the native people she encountered. Light wrinkling at top of spine, minor corner wear. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
HISTORY OF THE COUNTY OF ONTARIO, 1615-1875., Johnson, Leo A.
118 Johnson, Leo A. HISTORY OF THE COUNTY OF ONTARIO, 1615-1875.
Whitby, Ontario Corporation of the County of Ontario 1973 0969099606 / 9780969099604 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Good+ 
386 pp, 4to (10 1/4" H). B&w photographs, maps, drawings, tables. Contents: Foreword; Preface; The Native Peoples; Preparing for Settlement: Treaties and Surveys; Land Grants and Early Settlement, 1790-1820; Pioneer Society, 1790-1820; Immigration and Settlement, 1820-40; The Developing Agarian Society, 1820-40; Social Crisis: Conflict and Rebellion, 1820-40; Mercantile Development: Villages and Roads, 1840-51; Conflicting Vision: Education and Religion, 1840-51; The Creation of Ontario County; Farmer and Master Craftsman, 1851-71; Progress: The Idea and Its Proponents; Responses to Urbanization: Welfare and Education; The Building of the Railways; Social Crisis: Organization for Reform, 1871-75. Small bump at top of both hinges, tiny bump on bottom edge of both boards, small area of light soiling on bottom of text block. Dust jacket has light edge wear/wrinkling, heavy creasing and moderate wear at top/bottom of spine, two small tears at top of spine - archivally taped, old tape on inside of bottom of spine, light rubbing on rear panel. 
Price: 30.00 USD
 
 
THE VALLEY OF THE SIX NATIONS:  A COLLECTION OF DOCUMENTS ON THE INDIAN LANDS OF THE GRAND RIVER., Johnston, Charles M, edited and with introduction by.
119 Johnston, Charles M, edited and with introduction by. THE VALLEY OF THE SIX NATIONS: A COLLECTION OF DOCUMENTS ON THE INDIAN LANDS OF THE GRAND RIVER.
Toronto The Champlain Society 1964 Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good 
344 pp, large 8vo (9 1/2"). Red cloth with gilt lettering/banding on spine. Colour frontispiece, b&w photographs/reproductions, maps (two fold-out). "In the Introduction and the Documents that follow, an attempt has been made to illumine several facets of the history and in the process some of the Six Nations' social, military, and political affairs in old Ontario. The record is brought up to the mid-nineteenth century when the last sizable tracts of the original grant of 1784 were conveyed to white purchasers and the present reserve assumed its definitive form." Contents: Introduction; Documents - The People of the Island; The Exodus to the Grand River; A Disputed Title; The White Man's Frontier; The War Path - 1812 and 1837; Christianity in the Longhouse; A Stock-taking; Bibliography. 10% of text block edges are lightly browned. Dust jacket has minor edge wear/wrinkling, light rubbing, small tear archivally taped, some waviness on spine. 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
120 Jones, Ken, editor. MILITARY MODELLING. VOLUME 26 NO. 12. DECEMBER 1996.
Hemel Hempstead Nexus 1996 00264083 Stapled in Wraps Very Good - 
74 pp, 11 5/8" H. Profusely illustrated with colour and b&w photographs, drawings. Contents: Early Americans: Two easy miniature figure conversions; La Haie Saint: Building the famous French farmhouse for the latest Sharpe TV series; Two Ravens and Four Bears: Scratch build a Plains Indian figure; A Polished Diamond: Assembling Scale Model Accessories 1:35 scale Diamond-T tank transporter kit; Swords of the Scottish Highlanders: The history of claymores and basket-hilted broadswords; Bersaglieri: Build a 120mm Italian Bersaglieri officer using Verlinden Productions miniature academy figure; Spanish Knight: An easy 120mm figure conversion to the Verlinden Productions figure; The International Model Show: Military competition classes and entry form; Notice Board: All the latest news for military modellers; Despatch: Readers' letters; Readers' Models: A chance to see your model in colour in the world's leading military modelling magazine; Observation Post: The monthly news column for wargarmers; On Parade!: Books Reviewed; Soldier Box: A monthly column for collectors of toy soldiers; Small Scale Scene: Monthly column for military vehicle modellers; "ATTEN-SHUN!": New products reviewed. Interior - clean and tight. Exterior - minor edge wear, two very small edge tears on covers that migrate into a few pages - archivally taped. 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
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