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EARLY PRINTING IN THE RED RIVER SETTLEMENT 1859-1870 AND ITS EFFECT ON THE RIEL REBELLION.., Peel, Bruce.
61 Peel, Bruce. EARLY PRINTING IN THE RED RIVER SETTLEMENT 1859-1870 AND ITS EFFECT ON THE RIEL REBELLION..
Winnipeg, Manitoba Peguis 1974 0919566286 / 9780919566286 First Edition Soft Cover Very Good 
56 pp, 11" H. B&w illustrations. Interior - two pages with tiny area of soiling, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - small soft corner crease on front cover. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
WE HOPE TO GET WORD TOMORROW.  THE LETTERS OF JAMES LOUIS ('J.L.') GARVIN, HIS WIFE CHRISTINA AND THEIR SON ROLAND GERARD ('GED') 1914-1916., Pottle, Mark and Ledingham, John G.G., editors.  Foreword by Hew Strachan.  (Garvin).
62 Pottle, Mark and Ledingham, John G.G., editors. Foreword by Hew Strachan. (Garvin). WE HOPE TO GET WORD TOMORROW. THE LETTERS OF JAMES LOUIS ('J.L.') GARVIN, HIS WIFE CHRISTINA AND THEIR SON ROLAND GERARD ('GED') 1914-1916.
London Frontline 2009 1848325452 / 9781848325456 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 
280 pp, 9 7/16" H. B&w photographs, maps. "This fascinating collection of letters traces the exchanges between a young subaltern on the Western Front, Gerard 'Ged' Garvin, and his mother and father at home in London. Correspondence was eagerly awaited by all: Ged savoured letters home like 'Jim Hawkins trickling the doubloons through his fingers'. Equally, his mother and father were fearful that each letter they received would be the last. Few editions of First World War letters include those from home as well as those from the front. That Ged's father was J.L. Garvin - editor of the Observer newspaper and an important figure in pre-war politics - adds a further dimension to this compelling set of material. During the war J.L. Garvin was in almost daily contact with those at the head of political and military affairs (he dined with Churchill frequently) and hence his letters gave Ged an insider's view of the nerve centre. The letters are remarkable for their reflections on the war and its management - or in Garvin's view, its mismanagement - and for the descriptions and discussion of major figures of the day. His mother, Christina, meanwhile wrote of family and domestic affairs showing the impact of war on everyday life." The correspondence sadly came to an end when Ged was killed in action in July of 1916. Tiny scuff on front edge of spine, small shallow dent on rear cover. Dust jacket has very light edge wrinkling - mainly at top/bottom of spine, small shallow dent on rear panel. 
Price: 17.50 USD
 
 
EMPIRE AND THE SEA., Pratt, Fletcher.  Illustrated by Inga Stephens.
63 Pratt, Fletcher. Illustrated by Inga Stephens. EMPIRE AND THE SEA.
Henry Holt, New York, 1946. 
446 pp, 8vo (8 9/16" H), hard cover (blue cloth with black title block, gold lettering and decoration on spine, gold decoration on front board) - no dust jacket. B&w drawings, maps/battle plans. The author weaves contemporary memoirs, letters and newspaper articles together "to reflect a British point of view (of the Napoleonic wars) which may be described as not so much insular as insulated. If Napoleon plays a relatively small part in it, it is because with relation to the war the English were fighting, he originated nothing, and was strategically as well as politically only the heir of the Revolution." Previous owner's bookplate on front pastedown, tiny surface paper pull on fornt endpapers, soft crease on half-title pag e , b r o w n i n g to edges of textblock - darker on top, small water mark on top of textblock, light edge wear, slight fading on parts of front board, fading/light browning on spine, bump to top of spine, wrinkling in cloth on top half of rear bo ar d, ve ry l ig ht r ub bing. Good+ 
Price: 12.50 USD
 
 
TICKET TO HELL VIA DIEPPE: FROM A PRISONER'S WARTIME LOG 1942-1945., Prouse, A. Robert.
64 Prouse, A. Robert. TICKET TO HELL VIA DIEPPE: FROM A PRISONER'S WARTIME LOG 1942-1945.
Toronto Van Nostrand Reinhold 1982 0770600093 / 9780770600099 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good 
192 pp, large 8vo (9 1/2" H). Pictorial endpapers. "This fascinating memoir of three years spent in Stalag IXC deep within the Third Reich recreates in rich detail what life was like behind barbed wire. Prouse has drawn on the rich resources of his wartime log, secreted all those years beneath the barracks floor, to portray those struggles as well as the thrill of short-lived freedom, the humour of plays and dances, the terror of air raids, and the hope for liberation. The stories are told with warmth and humour and are illustrated with photographs rifled from camp files, mementoes looted after liberation, camp posters, cartoons, maps, newspapers and poetic doggerel that captures the spirit of the time." 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
JOHN RICHARDSON.  MAKERS OF CANADIAN LITERATURE SERIES., Riddell, William Renwick.
65 Riddell, William Renwick. JOHN RICHARDSON. MAKERS OF CANADIAN LITERATURE SERIES.
Toronto Ryerson Press Hard Cover Very Good 
226 pp, 16mo (6 5/8" H), blue cloth with gold letter/decoration on spine. No date, but the preface is dated 1923. B&w portrait. Looks at the life and works of Major John Richardson, "the first Upper-Canadian novelist". Born in Queenston in 1796, he served in the War of 1812 and was taken prisoner at Moraviantown in 1813. Contents: Biographical; Early Works ("Tecumseh" / "Ecarte"); "Wacousta"; "The Canadian Brothers" (Matilda Montgomerie); Life in Spain ("Movements of the British Legion" / "Personal Memoirs"); Newspaper Ventures ("The New Era, or Canadian Chronicle" / "War of 1812" / "The Canadian Loyalist"); Autobiographical Works ("Eight Years in Canada" / "The Guards in Canada"); Tales of the Chicago Tragedy ("Hardscrabble" / "Wau-nan-gee"); "The Monk Knight of St. John"; Anthology; An Appreciation; Bibliography; Index. Very light edge wear, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, some darkening to edges of text block, a few tiny foxing marks on bottom of text block. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
AFRICA'S CHILDREN: A HISTORY OF BLACKS IN YARMOUTH, NOVA SCOTIA., Robart-Johnson, Sharon.
66 Robart-Johnson, Sharon. AFRICA'S CHILDREN: A HISTORY OF BLACKS IN YARMOUTH, NOVA SCOTIA.
Toronto Natural Heritage 2009 1550028626 / 9781550028621 First Edition Soft Cover Fine 
236 pp, 9" H. B&w photographs, reproductions. "Chronicling the history of Black families of the Yarmouth area of Nova Scotia, (this book) is a mirror image of the hopes and despairs and the achievements and injustices that mark the early stories of many African-Canadians. This extensively researched history traces the lives of those people, still enslaved at the time, who arrived with the influx of Black Loyalists and landed in Shelburne in 1783, as well as those who had come with their masters as early as 1767. Their migration to a new home did little to improve their overall living conditions, a situation that would persist for many years throughout Yarmouth County. By drawing on a comprehen-sive range of sources that include census and cemetery records, church and school histories, libraries, museums, oral histories, newspapers, wills, 'The Black Loyalist Directory', and many others, this is a history that has been overlooked for far too long. " Inside - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - clean and bright. 
Price: 17.50 USD
 
 
AFRICA'S CHILDREN: A HISTORY OF BLACKS IN YARMOUTH, NOVA SCOTIA., Robart-Johnson, Sharon.
67 Robart-Johnson, Sharon. AFRICA'S CHILDREN: A HISTORY OF BLACKS IN YARMOUTH, NOVA SCOTIA.
Toronto Natural Heritage 2009 1550028626 / 9781550028621 First Edition Soft Cover Very Good+ 
236 pp, 9" H. B&w photographs, reproductions. "Chronicling the history of Black families of the Yarmouth area of Nova Scotia, (this book) is a mirror image of the hopes and despairs and the achievements and injustices that mark the early stories of many African-Canadians. This extensively researched history traces the lives of those people, still enslaved at the time, who arrived with the influx of Black Loyalists and landed in Shelburne in 1783, as well as those who had come with their masters as early as 1767. Their migration to a new home did little to improve their overall living conditions, a situation that would persist for many years throughout Yarmouth County. By drawing on a comprehen-sive range of sources that include census and cemetery records, church and school histories, libraries, museums, oral histories, newspapers, wills, 'The Black Loyalist Directory', and many others, this is a history that has been overlooked for far too long. " Interior - small light stain on inside of front cover, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor rubbing on rear cover. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
THE ITALIAN ANTI-FASCIST PRESS (1919-1945):  FROM THE LEGAL OPPOSITION PRESS TO THE UNDERGROUND NEWSPAPERS OF WORLD WAR II., Rosengarten, Frank.
68 Rosengarten, Frank. THE ITALIAN ANTI-FASCIST PRESS (1919-1945): FROM THE LEGAL OPPOSITION PRESS TO THE UNDERGROUND NEWSPAPERS OF WORLD WAR II.
Press of Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, 1968, Ist edition. 
263 pp, large 8vo, hard cover in dust jacket. "...opens by analyzing the fascist assault on the freedom of the press, which began even before Mussolini assumed power in 1922 and culminated in a series of decrees that by 1926 had made the legal supp ression of opposition journalism absolute. Succeeding chapters trace the growth of the illegal opposition press and the activities of leading anti-fascist journalists who worked either in Italy or in exile...The Resistance press became a m a j o r l i n k between the anti-fascist partisans and the Italian masses, as well as an outlet for political expression...examines the types and aims of the newspapers and their methods of distribution and production. But his primary purpose i s to a na ly z e th e Re sistance press in terms of its ideas and programs: how these reflected the various ideological components of anti-fascist thought, how they were linked to resistance movements in other countries, and how they influenced th e pol iti cs in po st war I tal y." Dust jacket has minor edgewear, light fading to spine and flap-folds. VG+/VG 
Price: 12.50 USD
 
 
A VICTORIAN AUTHORITY:  THE DAILY PRESS IN LATE NINETEENTH-CENTURY CANADA., Rutherford, Paul.
69 Rutherford, Paul. A VICTORIAN AUTHORITY: THE DAILY PRESS IN LATE NINETEENTH-CENTURY CANADA.
Toronto University of Toronto Press 1982 802055885 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ 
292 pp, 9 1/4" H. Pictorial boards (no dust jacket - as issued?), black endpapers, b&w illustrations. "During the last third of the nineteenth century a fierce rivalry among party 'organs', sectarian dailies, upstart 'people's journals', and revamped 'quality' papers fashioned a popular journalism for a large, chiefly urban audiece in Canada. By the end of the 1890s, the number of daily and weekly editions of these newspapers exceeded the count of Canadian families. The country's first mass medium had arrived. Professor Rutherford charts the growth of the daily press, describing personalities and events. He surveys the cultural prerequisites for mass communication - the growth of the city, of urban politics, and of mass literacy - and looks at the personnel, business routines, and worries of the new industry, showing how the news and views, ads and entertainment of the press changed as publishers competed for increased circulation. He also analyses the mythologies purveyed by the popular press across Canada, defines the press's connection with the 'establishment', and shows how daily papers suited the libertarian model of a 'free press'." Very small bump at top of spine. 
Price: 45.00 USD
 
 
70 Rutherford, Ward. HITLER'S PROPAGANDA MACHINE
New York Grosset & Dunlap 1978 0448146274 / 9780448146270 First American Edition Hard Cover Very Good - Very Good- 
192 pp, 4to (12" H). Profusely illustrated in colour and b&w with photographs, reproductions. "Paul Joseph Goebbels, Hitler's Minister of Propaganda and Public Entertainment, refined the use of what he called the Big Lie to a fine art. Democracy was portrayed as evil, dictatorship as good. Books which did not conform with Nazi ideology were burned; radio broadcasts were made with the intention of cowing the German populace and frightening the peoples of the world. Mass rallies were staged in Berlin, Nuremberg and elsewhere to whip up enthusiasm for the military expansion of Germany and hysteria for the Third Reich and the Fuhrer. Magazines and newspapers played their role in a more subtle way, emphasizing Nazi triumphs and minimizing or obliterating criticism of the regime and its failures. Colorful posters were put up throughout Germany. Later the Nazis enlisted the support of other Europeans in the pan-German cause. All of these propaganda techniques were master-minded by Goebbels, whose genius in orchestrating propaganda in the mass media was acknowledged even by his enemies. In films, magazines, posters, rallies and speeches by Hitler and his followers, Goebbels developed a propaganda mechanism that has been copied by dozens of dictators since but never equalled in its cynicism and fury." Book is slightly cocked, has light edge wear - mainly at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, light browning to edges of text block, light cigarette odor. Dust jacket has very light edge wear, browning at edges, light edge wrinkling, creasing at top 4" of front hinge, light rubbing. 
Price: 17.50 USD
 
 
71 Sears, Val. HELLO SWEETHEART - GET ME REWRITE: REMEMBERING THE GREAT NEWSPAPER WARS.
Toronto Key Porter 1988 1550131125 / 9781550131123 First Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Near Fine 
213 pp, 9 1/4" H. B&w plates. "Exactly how the (Toronto) 'Telegram' came to feature Marilyn Bell's first-person, front-page account of her swim across Lake Ontario while she was under exclusive contract to the 'Toronto Star' continues to interest students of newspaper ethics to this day. But in the 1950s, as veteran newspaperman Val Sears recounts, shenanigans of this sort were commonplace. In their competition to build readership, newspapers resorted to extreme measures - even hiding crime victims - for the sake of an exclusive story. It was the age of the great newspaper wars and Val Sears was a frontline combatant. His rollicking account of the events that made the headlines, and the behind-the-scenes skirmishes among reporters battling for a scoop, is often hilarious, sometimes surprising, and occasionally tragic. Whether he is describing the bank-robbing Boyd Gang, whose repeated escapes from a Toronto prison inspired hysteria and ended in murder, the horrible devastation inflicted by Hurricane Hazel, or the miracle of the men who survived the collapse of the coal mine in Springhill, Nova Scotia, (he) demonstrates a marvellous wit and the skills of a gifted raconteur. Journalists in particular will be interested in Sears' view of how newspaper reporting has changed over the years: how stories were carefully 'built', or often stolen from other papers; how the role of the reporter has shifted, and how readers have also altered their expectations of their daily newspaper." Very minor edge wear at top/bottom of hinges. Dust jacket has very minor rubbing. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
THE BROME COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY.  PUBLICATION NO. 1. - NEW SERIES, 1937., Shufelt, Harry B. et al.
72 Shufelt, Harry B. et al. THE BROME COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY. PUBLICATION NO. 1. - NEW SERIES, 1937.
Knowlton, Quebec Brome County Historical Society 1937 Stapled in Wraps Good- 
63 pp, 8 11/16" H. 5 b&w illustrations. Contents: The Birth of the Eastern Townships; Catalogue of Documents Arranged Chronologically; Alphabetical Index of Documents together with additional documents which bear no date; List of Books, Pamphlets, Atlases, Almanacs and Newspapers Relating to the Eastern Townships; Newspapers and Periodicals to year 1900. Interior - light browning to pages, some pages with a tiny or small crease at top corner and some with soft wrinkles, first few pages with small soft crease at bottom corner, small chip at fore-edge of page leaf 61/62. Exterior - small chip at fore-edge of rear cover, various wrinkles and creases on covers, light fading to spine and rear hinge area, minor soiling. 
Price: 17.50 USD
 
 
THE BOER WAR.  THE WAR CORRESPONDENTS., Sibbald, Raymond.
73 Sibbald, Raymond. THE BOER WAR. THE WAR CORRESPONDENTS.
Bramley 1997 185833733X / 9781858337333 Reprint Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good 
243 pp, large 8vo (9 13/16" H). B&w photographs, reproductions, maps. "This collection of reports sent back to Britain by newspaper correspondents in the field reflects the tensions felt during the progress of the war, including the uneasy match between patriotism and a critical appreciation of events on the battlefield. The individualism of the Victorian reporters shines through, despite the haphazard attempts of the State to manage the news, presenting, along with over fifty contemporary photographs, a fresh, first-hand perspective on a campaign which heralded the advent of twentieth-century warfare." Light wrinkling at top of spine, minor rubbing on rear board. Dust jacket has light edge wrinkling - mainly at top of rear panel, very light rubbing. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
633 SQUADRON: OPERATION CRUCIBLE., Smith, Frederick E.
74 Smith, Frederick E. 633 SQUADRON: OPERATION CRUCIBLE.
Cassell, London, 1977, first edition. 
206 pp, 8vo (8" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 030429828X "It is Autumn 1943 and there is acrimony between the Air Staffs of Britain and America. With the 8th Air Force suffering crippling losses, accusations are coming from Washington that the RAF is not giving the B.17s adequate support. Although the RAF denies the allegation, Ernest Lambert, celebrated novelist turned war correspondent, is fanning the flames of discontent in influential American newspapers. Acutely aware that unle ss the campaign is discredited Congress might reduce its allocation of B.17s to the European theatre, Air Commodore Davies of the RAF and General Staines of the American 8th Air Force set up an ambitious but risky operation to restore public c o n f i d e nce. Because the Rhine Maiden affair has given 633 Squadron a distinguished reputation in the States, it is the RAF unit chosen for the mission. The mission is only partly successful, however. A number of Americans are accidentally ki ll ed a nd L am bert is not slow to capitalise on the tragedy. As a consequence Davies and Staines are forced to involve 633 Squadron even further; this time in an important Dieppe-type raid the Americans are about to launch. Because if it is to ha ve its de sir ed effect, their protective role must be seen by ground observers, the Mosquitoes are given the most dangerous role of all - ground support. This operation, vividly described, is the tremendous climax to the story. Depicting war time sq uadr on l ife wit h the authenticity for which the author is famous, (this book), as richly characterised as the two before it, also portrays the crippling effects of war on young and sensitive minds. The whole makes a superb war nove l." Faint era sed p encil mar ks o n free front end paper, faint cigarette odor, minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, slight fading at top/bottom edges. Dust jacket has minor edge wear/wrinkling, light rubbing, two tears archivally taped - one has old t ape r esidue , mino r soi ling. Very Good/Very Good- 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
75 Snider, Norman. THE CHANGING OF THE GUARD: HOW THE LIBERALS FELL FROM GRACE AND THE TORIES ROSE TO POWER.
Toronto Lester & Orpen Dennys 1985 0886190908 / 9780886190903 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good+ 
206 pp, 9 1/4" H. "(A) dramatic, no-holds-barred account of the long political season from January 1983 to September 1984 - from the review of Joe Clark's leadership of the Progressive Conservatives, through the resignation of Pierre Trudeau, and two leadership conventions, to the stunning election of Brian Mulroney as Canada's Prime Minister - an event that meant the end of an era. (G)ives us frank, critical portraits of the major aspirants for the nation's highest office, from John Crosbie and Jean Chretien to JohnTurner and Ed Broadbent, as well as the man who ultimately emerged the victor, Brian Mulroney. Snider followed the candidates across the country as they battled for victory in both the Tory and Liberal campaigns. He was there through the landslide election of Tory September. He conducted interviews throughout, formal and informal, talking to the candidates, to the men and women working with them and to those who simply watched from the sidelines as events unfolded. And he pulls no punches in his description of the events and those players; he gives us behind-the-scenes stories and irreverent anecdotes that never appeared in the newspapers. Behind the political battles lies a society of changing values and conflicting ideas. (This) is a dramatic portrait of power and democracy in Canada." Minor wrinkling at top of spine. Dust jacket has very minor edge wear/wrinkling. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF STEPHEN LEACOCK., Spadoni, Carl.  (Stephen Leacock.)
76 Spadoni, Carl. (Stephen Leacock.) A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF STEPHEN LEACOCK.
Toronto ECW Press 1998 1550223658 / 9781550223651 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ No Jacket - (as issued) 
714 pp, 10 1/4" H. Medium blue cloth with silver lettering on spine, silver portrait on front board. Contents: Acknowledgements; Chronology; Introduction; Location Symbols; Illustrations; Separate Publications; Contributions to Books; Contributions to Periodicals (Newspapers, Magazines, Journals, Annuals); Reports of Speeches and Lectures; Lectures Given; Interviews; Authorized Adaptations, Separately Published; Translations; Recordings by Leacock, Braille, Talking Books, and Films; Encyclopedia Articles; Contributions in Serial Articles and Books by Others; Lost Leads; Index. Tiny bump at top of hinges, tiny faint stain on top of text block, very minor shelf soiling on bottom of text block. 
Price: 60.00 USD
 
 
77 Wild, Roland. Foreword by the Honorable W.A.C. Bennett. (Amor De Cosmos). AMOR DE COSMOS.
Ryerson, Toronto, (1958). 
146 pp, 8vo, hard cover in dust jacket. B&w illustrations. "An outstanding biography of the second premier of the Province of British Columbia. Amor De Cosmos is the man who was chiefly responsible for British Columbia's coming into Confederation. He is one of the most colourful men in the history of the Province. He has often been overshadowed as a personality because people only remember him as a man who changed in name from Smith. His career reveals the conditions of living at the time, the challenging personalities who carved out the new colony, and the position in which the Province was regarded by Britain." Dust jacket has minor edgewear/wrinkling/rubbing, crease line down front panel near front flap-fold. VG+/VG- 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
POX:  AN AMERICAN HISTORY., Willrich, Michael.
78 Willrich, Michael. POX: AN AMERICAN HISTORY.
New York Penguin Press 2011 1594202869 / 9781594202865 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 
422 pp, large 8vo (9 1/2" H). B&w photographs. "At the turn of the last century, a powerful smallpox epidemic swept the United States from coast to coast. The age-old disease spread swiftly through an increasingly interconnected American landscape: from southern tobacco plantations to the dense immigrant neighborhoods of northern cities to far-flung villages on the edges of the nascent American empire. (This book) offers a gripping chronicle of how the nation's continent-wide fight against smallpox launched one of the most important civil liberties struggles of the twentieth-century. At the dawn of the activist progressive era, and during a moment of great optimism about modern medicine, the government responded to the deadly epidemic by calling for universal compulsory vaccination. To enforce the law, public health authorities relied on quarantines, pesthouses, and 'virus squads' - corps of doctors and club-wielding police. Though these measures eventually contained the disease, they also sparked a wave of popular resistance among Americans who perceived them as a threat to their health and to their rights. At the time, antivaccinationists were often dismissed as misguided cranks, but Willrich argues that they belonged to a wider legacy of American dissent that attended the rise of an increasingly powerful movement. While a well-organized antivaccination movement sprang up during these years, many American resisted in subtler ways - by concealing sick family members or forging immunization certificates. 'Pox' introduces us to memorable characters on both sides of the debate, from Henning Jacobson, a Swedish Lutheran minister whose battle against vaccination went all the way to the Supreme Court, to C.P. Wertenbaker, a federal surgeon who saw himself as a medical missionary combating a deadly - and preventable - disease. As Willrich suggests, many of the questions first raised by the turn-of-the-century antivaccination movement are still with us: How far should the government go to protect us from peril? What happens when the interest of public health collide with religious beliefs and personal conscience?" Light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has some light edge creasing - mainly at top/bottom of spine. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
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