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41 Horwood, Harold. Foreword by Farley Mowat. DANCING ON THE SHORE: A CELEBRATION OF LIFE AT ANNAPOLIS BASIN.
Toronto Douglas Gibson / McClelland and Stewart 1987 0771042027 / 9780771042027 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good G. Brender a Brandis. 
219 pp, 8 3/4" H. Small b&w illustrations. "As (Horwood) describes the land around his home the beauty of his prose is breathtaking, whether he is writing about finches, stars, vegetables, seaweed, beech trees, ponds, garter snakes, or squirrels hiding cookies all over the house. No city-dweller will be able to read this book without a sigh of envy at the life the author and his family have created in 'one of the truly magical places on the earth'. But (it) is much more than just a book about nature described by an expert. For Harold Horwood's detailed observations lead on to a more philosophical plane. The discovery of earthworms knotted to preserve moisture causes him to speculate on DNA and how worms 'remember'. A description of blue herons fencing in a courtship battle, where their razor-sharp bills inflict no damage, leads to the subject of war. These and similar themes are provocative, challenging, and so powerfully written that (his) message has already reduced some audiences to tears." Light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has been price-clipped, has very light rubbing, light wrinkling - mianly at top/bottom of spine a flap-folds. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
THOMAS DAVIES IN EARLY CANADA., Hubbard, R.H., edited with introduction by.
42 Hubbard, R.H., edited with introduction by. THOMAS DAVIES IN EARLY CANADA.
Canada Oberon 1972 0887500684 / 9780887500688 Hard Cover Very Good - Very Good - 
64 pp, oblong 8vo (8 1/4" H x 11 1/4" D). Profusely illustrated with reproductions of Davies' works in colour and b&w. "When most people think of the early Canadian landscape they think of William Henry Bartlett. Actually, Bartlett was by no means the only painter in early Canada, nor was he the best. One of the earliest, and one of the best of them all, was Thomas Davies. Davies first came to Canada in the seventeen-fifties. He came again in the sixties and then again in the eighties. He came as a commissioned officer in the Royal Artillery. His job was to record the topography of the country for military purposes. But he did much more than that. He preserved for us an exact and faithful likeness of the people, the towns and above all the landscape of early Canada. Little was known of his work until 1953, when a collection of his views was sold at Christie's. Twenty of these were bought by the National Gallery of Canada, others by the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto. It is now possible for the first time to appreciate the remarkable quality of his work. His water-colours are brimful of authentic details of early life in Canada. And they possess a calm and vivid beauty seen nowhere else in Canadian landscapes of the period." Most pages have a very soft small indentation and/or soft handling creases - more on page leaf 23/24, nine page leaves have a crease at top gutter area from manufacturing process, two tiny corner bumps on boards. Dust jacket is price-clipped, has light rubbing, very light browning on spine and at edges, minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds. 
Price: 17.50 USD
 
 
THE GOLDEN BRIDGE OF MEMOIRS., Humphrey, James McGivern.
43 Humphrey, James McGivern. THE GOLDEN BRIDGE OF MEMOIRS.
Don Mills, Ontario Thomas Nelson & Sons 1979 0176006907 / 9780176006907 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Good+ 
182 pp, 8vo (8 1/2" H). B&w plates. "James McGivern Humphrey tells of a fascinating life, from his early years in New Brunswick, to his peaceful days of retirement in Aberdeen, Scotland. This is an account of Colonel Humphrey's distinguished service in the Canadian Army: his performance in France during World War I which earned him the Military Cross for gallantry; and his duties during the Second World War as the co-ordinator of Auxiliary Services, providing for the after-training needs of the men and women in service. This is also a story about Humphrey's personal life - his family history, his boyhood, his own family, and his life in the community and business world during times of peace." Dust jacket has light to moderate rubbing - small scuff on front panel, very light edge wear/wrinkling, one very small closed tear. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
NOVA SCOTIA SKETCH BOOK & VANISHING HALIFAX.  2 VOLUMES., Jenson, L.B.
44 Jenson, L.B. NOVA SCOTIA SKETCH BOOK & VANISHING HALIFAX. 2 VOLUMES.
Halifax, Nova Scotia Petheric Press Card covers in cerlox binding. Very Good+ Very Good+ L.B. Jenson. 
2 volumes - oblong (7" H x 10" D). Unpaginated, profusely illustrated with the author/artists's detailed drawings of buildings, architectural details, streetscapes, ships, landscapes, maps, etc. depicting Nova Scotia scenes. "Nova Scotia Sketch Book" is the Second Edition, copyright 1969. "Vanishing Halifax" is the Fifth Printing, 1970, ISBN 919380026. Both books are clean and have very minor wear at card corners at cerlox binding. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
EARLY PRINTED MAPS OF CANADA.  I. 1540-1703., Kershaw, Kenneth A.
45 Kershaw, Kenneth A. EARLY PRINTED MAPS OF CANADA. I. 1540-1703.
Ancaster, Ontario Kershaw Publishing 1993 0969718403 / 9780969718406 First Edition Hard Cover Fine Very Good+ 
320 pp, 11 1/4" H. Profusely illustrated with b&w reproductions of early maps. A detailed and scholarly work on the early mapping of Canada. Contents: Preface; Acknowledgement; Glossary of Terms; The First Maps of the New World; Maps from the Early Explorations of the Arctic; The Early 17th Century Maps; Seventeenth Century Maps of Arctic Canada; The Jesuit Influence on Canadian Cartography; The 17th Century Dutch Charts of the Maritimes; The 17th Century Dutch Charts of Hudson Bay and Arctic Canada; English Maritime Charts of the 17th and Early 18th Centuries; Miniature Atlases of the Late 17th Century; The Maps by De Fer, Mortier and Lahontan; Del'Isle, Mortier, and Visscher; Selected Bibliography; Appendices; Title Index. Dust jacket has minor edge wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. 
Price: 100.00 USD
 
 
46 Kimber, Stephen. LOYALISTS AND LAYABOUTS. THE RAPID RISE AND FASTER FALL OF SHELBURNE, NOVA SCOTIA: 1783-1792.
Doubleday Canada 2008 038566172X / 9780385661720 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 
335 pp, large 8vo (9 1/2" H). "The few hundred Loyalists who gathered at Roubalet's Tavern in New York one night in 1782 shared a nightmare of the past and a dream for the future. In the aftermath of the American Revolution, they found themselves abandoned by the king to whom they had promised their loyalty, and unwelcome in the land that had so recently been theirs. On the rocky shores of Roseway Bay on the south coast of Nova Scotia, beside one of the best harbours in the world, they would found a new and improved New York City. It would be cosmopolitan, but more refined, more royal, more loyal and certainly more exclusive than the place they were leaving forever. At first, all seemed to go according to plan. Shelburne, as it was called, quickly became the fourth-largest city in North America. At the time, Nova Scotia Governor John Parr grandly decribed it as 'the most considerable, most flourishing and most expeditious (city) ever -- built in so short a time --'. Within the decade, however, the Loyalists' dream city was well on its way to becoming a ghost town. What went wrong? This extraordinary and yet little-told episode from our nation's past is brought to exciting life. Combining painstaking research and a novelstic flair for narrative, (Kimber) charts Shelburne's 'rapid rise and faster fall' through the intertwined experiences of an eclectic collection of its early settlers, from aristocrats to freed slaves, colonial officers to local entrepreneurs." Light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, a few tiny edge bumps to boards. Dust jacket has very light edge wrinkling, minor rubbing. 
Price: 17.50 USD
 
 
LUCY MAUD MONTGOMERY.  FAMOUS CANADIAN SERIES., Langille, Jacqueline.  (Lucy Maud Montgomery.)
47 Langille, Jacqueline. (Lucy Maud Montgomery.) LUCY MAUD MONTGOMERY. FAMOUS CANADIAN SERIES.
Tantallon, Nova Scotia Four East 1992 0920427197 / 9780920427194 First Edition Soft Cover Very Good 
48 pp, 8vo (8 11/16" H). B&w photographs, maps. "Anne of Green Gables is one of the best known novels of all time. Much less is generally known about the author. This biography tells the story of Lucy Maud Montgomery, a shy Prince Edward Island girl who became a minister's wife and achieved fame beyond her wildest dreams." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - fading to spine color (lettering still very legible), very light rubbing to front cover, book very lightly cocked. 
Price: 12.50 USD
 
 
RESURGO:  THE HISTORY OF MONCTON.  VOLUME II - THE HISTORY OF MONCTON FROM 1890-1990., Larracey, Edward W.
48 Larracey, Edward W. RESURGO: THE HISTORY OF MONCTON. VOLUME II - THE HISTORY OF MONCTON FROM 1890-1990.
Moncton, New Brunswick City of Moncton 1991 0969463421 / 9780969463429 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ No Jacket 
498 pp, 9 1/4" H. Volume II only. Black cloth with gold lettering on spine and front board. B&w photographs. Contents: Mollie Filled the Coal Box; The War At Home; The Decade of Natural Gas; Transformation in the Twenties; The News-Filled Thirties; From Peace to War and Back Again; The Television Era; The Stormy Leonard Jones Era; A Violent Crime Wave; A Dramatic Decade; Appendices: Captain Lou Kenedy; Senator Wark; A Stroll Along Main Street; City Council List (1890-1990); The Sea Captains; Index. Minor browning to edges of text block, minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
49 Law, Anthony; McNally, Edward; Hanington, Gillian; Morgan, Ian; Hunter, Linda, et al. CFB HALIFAX. INFORMATION BOOKLET.
Halifax, Nova Scotia Base Information Office, CFB Halifax Stapled in Wraps Very Good - 
79 pp, 8 7/16" H. (c1976) B&w drawings, fold-out maps/plans. "(D)esigned to provide a glimpse into the history, function, and organization of our base in the most straightforward manner possible." Contents: New Arrival?; History; Organization; Miscellany; New Civilian Employee?; Recreation and Entertainment. Interior - previous owner's name/info. in pencil on first page, gift inscription in pen on third page, notation in pen on last page, giving itinerary of visit. Exterior - light wear at top/bottom of spine, very light browning on spine and at edges of covers, two tiny and one small mark on front cover, small ink mark on top of textblock edge. 
Price: 12.50 USD
 
 
GIFTS TO LAST: CHRISTMAS STORIES FROM THE MARITIMES AND NEWFOUNDLAND., Learning, Walter, selected by.  (L.M. Montgomery, Deirdre Kessler, Alistair MacLeod, Tessie Gilliis, David Richard Adams, Clive Doucet, Carol Bruneau, Lawrence O'Toole, Alden Nowlan, Helen Fogwill Porter, Joseph Sherman, Ray Guy, M.T. Dohaney, et al
50 Learning, Walter, selected by. (L.M. Montgomery, Deirdre Kessler, Alistair MacLeod, Tessie Gilliis, David Richard Adams, Clive Doucet, Carol Bruneau, Lawrence O'Toole, Alden Nowlan, Helen Fogwill Porter, Joseph Sherman, Ray Guy, M.T. Dohaney, et al GIFTS TO LAST: CHRISTMAS STORIES FROM THE MARITIMES AND NEWFOUNDLAND.
Fredericton, NB Goose Lane 1996 086492206X / 9780864922069 2nd Printing Soft Cover Very Good+ 
212 pp, square small 8vo (7 1/2" x 7 1/2"). "Christmas a-glitter, Christmas on a shoestring, Christmas wrecked, Christmas salvaged, Christmas in the city, village and country, in church and shopping mall and barn - they 're all here, in stories by the best writers in the Maritimes and Newfoundland. Walter Learning's Christmas treat opens with 'Matthew Insists on Puffed Sleeves', from 'Anne of Green Gables'. Stars such as Alistair MacLeod and Antoine Maillet join their voices with regional favourites including Herb Curtis, Deirdre Kessler, and Helen Fogwill Porter. Goose Lane's own adaptation of David Adams Richards's screenplay 'Small Gifts' is published here for the first time. Grahame Wood's adaptation of Gordon Pinsent's pilot for the CBC-TV series ' A Gift to Last' ends this fulfilling celebration." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very minor edge wear, minor rubbing. 
Price: 12.50 USD
 
 
51 Leefe, John Gordon. THE ATLANTIC PRIVATEERS: THEIR STORY - 1749-1815.
Nova Scotia Region of Queens Municipality 1999 0919380271 / 9780919380271 Reprint Soft Cover Very Good+ Inscribed By Author
66 pp, 7" H. B&w illustrations. Inscribed by author on half title page. The story of the armed merchant vessels that were licensed to wage war on His Majesty's enemies on the high seas. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very small faint mark at bottom of front cover, very small light mark at bottom corner of rear cover. 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
52 Logan, John Daniel. (Thomas Chandler Haliburton.) THOMAS CHANDLER HALIBURTON. MAKERS OF CANADIAN LITERATURE SERIES.
Ryerson Press, Toronto, n.d. 
176 pp, 16mo (6 5/8" H), hard cover in blue cloth with gold letter/decoration on spine - no dust jacket. Contains a biography, an anthology of Haliburton's work, an appreciation and a bibliography. Interior - clean and tight with no previous owner ship marks. Exterior - top of textblock browned, light edge wear, light rubbing, bottom corner of rear board bumped. VG- 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
FIDDLING WITH DISASTER: CLEARING THE PAST., MacIsaac, Ashley.  With Francis Condron.
53 MacIsaac, Ashley. With Francis Condron. FIDDLING WITH DISASTER: CLEARING THE PAST.
Warwick, (Toronto, 2003). 
279 pp, 8vo (9" H), soft cover with self-flaps. B&w photos. "Celtic-punk musician Ashley MacIsaac hails from the tiny village of Creignish in rural Cape Breton Island...Cape Breton is the home of a vibrant Scottish and Celtic music scene known to fans of this style of music the world over..." Details McIsaac's early rise to fame and fortune and his subsequent fall. "By the summer of 2000 he hits bottom. Broke, suffering from severe substance abuse, and unmanageable - he has been spit out by the industry that used him up by the age of 26. From the close vantage point of being just 28, but significantly on the road to resurrecting his career, MacIsaac tells his story with his notorious black humour and equally notorious honesty. The result is a riveting read." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - clean and bright. NF 
Price: 16.95 USD
 
 
54 Macleish, William H. OIL AND WATER: THE STRUGGLE FOR GEORGES BANK.
Boston Atlantic Monthly Press 1985 0871130076 / 9780871130075 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good- 
304 pp, 8 1/2" H. "Georges Bank, 20,000 square miles of turbulent shoal water off Nantucket, is one of the richest fishing grounds in the world, its depths populated by cod, haddock, flatfish, and scallops. Until recently it was a gathering place for immense fishing trawlers of all nations. Then the Bank also became a bone of contention for explorers in oil, pitting the great multinational companies against one another, to say nothing of federal and state governments, jostling for their share of offshore oil revenues. Georges has long been the subject of dispute between the United States and Canada, and in the fall of 1984 the International Court of Justice in the Hague awarded a large portion of the Bank to Canada. Oil-lease sales were scheduled - and cancelled. Fishermen protested to their political representatives, who protested to their governments. Over the storm-lashed and fecund waters of Georges Bank, William MacLeish has travelled many times - by trawler, by helicopter, by scientific research vessel, by airplane, and by scallop boat. His pages bring us the scientists, the fishing people, politicians, lawyers, and oilmen connected with Georges Bank." Book is slightly cocked, has minor soiling on top of text block, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine - bump at top of front hinge. Dust jacket has light edge wear/wrinkling, a few small light scuff marks, light soiling/rubbing on rear panel. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
55 Martin, Gwen L. GESNER'S DREAM: THE TRIALS AND TRIUMPHS OF EARLY MINING IN NEW BRUNSWICK.
Fredericton, New Brunswick Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum 2003 1894475461 / 9781894475464 Soft Cover Very Good+ 
328 pp, large 8vo (9 1/2" H). B&w photographs, reproductions - colour maps. Inscribed by author on half title page. "Whenever you read this book, whether by day or by night, miners are at work in New Brunswick. Their underground world is magical and terrifying. Caverns traced by fragile points of light recede into utter blackness, and the stone walls expose swirls of rock frozen in three dimensions. Overhead are vaulted ceilings, silent and beautiful as a Gothic cathedral. The heritage of New Brunswick mining reaches back over three action-packed centuries. Gypsum smugglers sailed down the Bay of Fundy by midnight. Mine developers battled each other using fists in the boardroom and pisols in the field. Many prospectors died without making a dime, while others lost their rightful holdings at gunpoint. And a lucky or skillful few hit the jackpot. The romantic, lively and ultimately triumphant tale of mining in New Brunswick is revealed here for the first time, richly illustrated with more than 140 historical photographs gathered from archives and attics across the province." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very small crease at fore-edge of front cover. 
Price: 45.00 USD
 
 
56 McDonald, Donna. (Juliana Horatia Ewing.) ILLUSTRATED NEWS: JULIANA HORATIA EWING'S CANADIAN PICTURES, 1867-1869.
Dundurn Press, Toronto, 1985. 
82 pp, oblong large 8vo, HC in dust jacket. Map endpapers, eight colour and twenty b&w illustrations. "In June, 1867, Juliana Gatty (a popular Victorian children's author)...married Alexander Ewing, an officer in the Commisariat Department of the army. A few days later, they sailed for Canada, finally arriving in Fredericton, New Brunswick, where Captain Ewing was responsible for provisioning the first battalion of the 22nd (Chershire) Regiment stationed there. Juliana Ewing wrote lively l etters home, telling her family about life in the provincial capital and recounting her trials as she learned to manage a house for the first time. In addition, she kept a diary and a commonplace book and made numerous sketches of Frede r i c t o n a n d i ts environs. Some of these drawings were worked up into watercolours which were sent to her parents and her many brothers and sisters as Christmas and birthday presents. This book...vividly demonstrates the range and quality of M rs . Ew in g 's a rt i st ic gifts. The accompanying text recounts her life before and after her two and a half year stay in Fredericton but deals primarily with her experience in New Brunswick..." Dust jacket has very minor edgewear. VG+/ VG+ 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
57 McDougall, Elizabeth Ann Kerr and Moir, John S., edited with introduction by. SELECTED CORRESPONDENCE OF THE GLASGOW COLONIAL SOCIETY, 1825-1840.
Toronto The Champlain Society 1994 0969342527 / 9780969342526 Limited Edition. Hard Cover Very Good+ No Jacket 
272 pp, 9 1/2" H - orange/red cloth with gilt lettering/medallion on spine. No. 40 of an edition of 1250 copies. B&w reproductions and maps. "The Glasgow Colonial Society was a voluntary association of members of the Church of Scotland, founded in 1825 to provide clergy for Britain's North American colonies but dissolved about 1840 because of policy change on the part of the Church. The corres-pondence received by the Society from the settlements constitutes an extensive and interesting source for the social and religious history of the pre-Confederation colonial period." Interior - clean, bright and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - slight bowing to boards, a few very faint marks on bottom of textblock. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
58 McDougall, Elizabeth Ann Kerr and Moir, John S., edited with introduction by. SELECTED CORRESPONDENCE OF THE GLASGOW COLONIAL SOCIETY, 1825-1840.
Toronto The Champlain Society 1994 0969342527 / 9780969342526 Limited Edition. Hard Cover Very Good No Jacket 
272 pp, 9 1/2" H - orange/red cloth with gilt lettering/medallion on spine. No.531 of an edition of 1250 copies. B&w reproductions and maps. "The Glasgow Colonial Society was a voluntary association of members of the Church of Scotland, founded in 1825 to provide clergy for Britain's North American colonies but dissolved about 1840 because of policy change on the part of the Church. The corres-pondence received by the Society from the settlements constitutes an extensive and interesting source for the social and religious history of the pre-Confederation colonial period." One or two soft bumps to bottom edge of all pages. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
59 McLaren, R. Keith. BLUENOSE & BLUENOSE II.
Willowdale, Ontario Hounslow Press 1981 0888820429 / 9780888820426 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 
Unpaginated, 11 1/8" H. B&w and colour photographs, cutaways, course maps, reproductions. A look at the racing history of the schooner Bluenose and at the life of the Bluenose II, an ambassador for Nova Scotia tourism. Small bump to bottom of spine, tiny dent on bottom edge of front board. Dust jacket has small areas of very light edge wrinkling, light browning to inside edges. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
60 Mellor, John. THE COMPANY STORE: JAMES BRYSON McLACHLAN AND THE CAPE BRETON COAL MINERS, 1900-1925.
Toronto Doubleday Canada 1983 0385128126 / 9780385128124 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good- 
362 pp, 8 1/2" H. B&w photographs. "The devastating story of Cape Breton's miners and the strikes they launched against the companies that owned their homes, their possessions, and their churches. Canadians - and the rest of the world - will be shocked by accounts of police brutality and murder, mass demonstrations, rebellion, scandalous politicking, and most of all, desperate poverty and hunger. The miners had always been paid starvation wages by companies that held total monopolies of such towns as Glace Bay. The first time they launched a strike in 1905, soldiers were brought in and machine guns and barbed wire were set up around the mining communities. Credit was cut off from company stores (the only stores). Miners were evicted from company-owned houses (the only houses) in the middle of winter. The death toll was enormous. Strikes over the next fifteen years simply led to continued harrassment and eviction. At one time, the company was permitted, by government order, to employ hundreds of special police, mounted on horseback and supplied with guns and heavy sticks, to batter miners into submission. James Bryson McLachlan was the hero of the Cape Bretoners when he took up their cause and organized strikers and entered into negotiations with the companies. (This) is also his story - and the story of the beginnings of the labour movement for all of Canada." Small Christmas gift inscription on front free endpaper, a few tiny dents on bottom of text block, very light wrinkling at bottom of spine. Dust jacket is price-clipped, has light edge wear/wrinkling - mainly at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, light browning at edges, light rubbing/soiling on rear panel. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
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