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THE CANADIAN ALMANAC, AND REPOSITORY OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE, FOR THE YEAR 1861.  (WITH FOLD-OUT MAP.)
1 THE CANADIAN ALMANAC, AND REPOSITORY OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE, FOR THE YEAR 1861. (WITH FOLD-OUT MAP.)
Toronto Maclear 1861 Good- 
95 pp, 8 15/16" H. Stitched in original paper cover, the first pagebeing the title page. Fold-out map - "Map of Part of Canada West Engraved Expressly for the Canadian Almanac 1861" (approx. 17" W x 16" H), printed in b&w. Title page continues: "Containing Full and Authentic Commercial, Statistical, Astronomical, Departmental, Ecclesiastical, Educational, Financial and General Information. The Astronomical Calculations Have Been Made Expressly For This Publication At The Provincial Observatory in Toronto." Includes sections about: Holydays, Disastrous Occurences, &c.; Remarkable Occurrences in 1859; Exports and Imports; Our Municipal System; Legislative Assembly of Canada; An Index to the Statutes; Tariff of Customs; Canadian Patents; Post Office Department; The Clergy of Canada; Judiciary; Banks in Canada with their Agencies, &c.; County and Judicial Officers - Canada West; Township Municipalities, Canada West; Cities, Towns and Villages; Masonic Lodges; Provincial Land Surveyors, Upper Canada; Colleges, etc., etc. Pages 85 to (96) contain advertisements. Interior - light toning in page margins, some soft corner wrinkles, some creasing and light edge wear to fold-out map. Exterior - light browning to edges of text block, light toning to edges of covers, soft wrinkling/creases on covers, very light edge wear with a few tiny chips/tears, small tear at bottom of front hinge - archivally taped. 
Price: 30.00 USD
 
 
THE MAPPING OF EARLY CANADA.  (WITH 12 REPRODUCTION MAPS.)
2 THE MAPPING OF EARLY CANADA. (WITH 12 REPRODUCTION MAPS.)
Welland, Ontario Atlas Steels Company 1967 Very Good 
8 pp (including covers), 8" H x 12 3/4" W booklet with 12 loose, folded, reproduction maps (8 are 13" H x 16" W, 4 are 16"H x 26" W). Also included is the original shipping envelope. Produced to commemorate Canada's Centennial in 1967. The booklet gives short descriptions of the maps: The Juan de la Cosa Map of the World (c1510); Munster's Map of the America (c1532); Desceliers Map of 1546; Champlain's Master Map of New France (1632); The Map of Buache and Delisle (1750); The Sayer Map of North America (c1763); Holland's Map of Lower Canada; Smyth's Map of Upper Canada (c1800); Laurie's Map of the North-West Territories (c1870); British Possessions West of the Rockies (c1858); Map of the Island of Montreal, 1892; Early Quebec Counties (1829). Booklet has minor wrinkling at bottom of spine, minor rusting on staples. One map has a light corner crease. Shipping envelope has edge wrinkling/creases, 4" tear at flap crease has been archivally taped. 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
THE TOUR THROUGH CANADA OF HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF WALES, AUGUST-OCTOBER: 1919.  EMBRACING THAT PORTION OF THE GRAND TRUNK SYSTEM IN THE PROVINCES OF ONTARIO AND QUEBEC TRAVERSED BY HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS.  ANNOTATED TIMETABLE.
3 THE TOUR THROUGH CANADA OF HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF WALES, AUGUST-OCTOBER: 1919. EMBRACING THAT PORTION OF THE GRAND TRUNK SYSTEM IN THE PROVINCES OF ONTARIO AND QUEBEC TRAVERSED BY HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS. ANNOTATED TIMETABLE.
Montreal Grand Trunk Railway 1919 Very Good - 
63, (3) pp + b&w plates and folding map at rear, 9 1/2" H. White spine with gilt lettering, brown paper-covered board with gilt lettering/decoration, black & gilt crest on front board, brown endpapers. 27 b&w plates with tissueguards bearing captions in red. An annotated timetable of the route taken by the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII/Duke of Windsor) on the Grand Trunk Railway through Ontario and Quebec in 1919. The Foreword gives a brief history of the Grand Trunk Railway/Grand Trunk Pacific Railway and the book closes with a list of directors, etc. of company. The illustrations show scenes in the areas through which the prince was to pass; towns, buildings, bridges, locomotives, etc. Does not contain pictures of the actual visit. Some separation between some page gatherings but still holding firmly in binding, one illustration page has a small edge tear archivally taped, several corner creases on two od the map folds, scattered very tiny foxing marks on gilt decoration - mainly near fore-edge of front board, minor soiling on boards. 
Price: 250.00 USD
 
 
WAR RECORD:  THE McGILL CHAPTER OF DELTA UPSILON, 1939-1945.
4 WAR RECORD: THE McGILL CHAPTER OF DELTA UPSILON, 1939-1945.
Montreal McGill Chapter of Delta Upsilon 1946 First Edition Good+ 
83 pp, 8 7/8" H. Dark blue cloth with gilt lettering/crest on front board. B&w photographs. Contents: Dedication; Killed in Action (short biographies with photographs of Carl Raymond Davis; Gerald Wentworth Roy Dillon; Hugh John Findlay; William Scarth Fry; William Austin Gardiner; Ross Eveleigh Johnson; Robert James McCormick; John Williamson Frederick Peacock; John Edmund Powell; Robert Noble Watt, Jr.); Other Service Records; The Honour Roll; Summary of War Service - 1939-1945; Summary of War Service - 1914-1918. Some light browning to endpapers - mainly in gutters and at edges, very small corner bumps, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, light color loss on front board title, light rubbing, small line indentation and tiny indentation on rear board. 
Price: 70.00 USD
 
 
CANADIAN PAPERS IN RURAL HISTORY.  VOLUME VIII., Akenson, Donald H., ed.  (R.M. McInnis, Cathy E. Kindquist, Angela E. Davis, Brian Titley, Julian Gwyn, Gerard Bouchard, Regis Thibeault, Robert E. Ankli, Bruce S. Elliott, W.M. Elofson.)
5 Akenson, Donald H., ed. (R.M. McInnis, Cathy E. Kindquist, Angela E. Davis, Brian Titley, Julian Gwyn, Gerard Bouchard, Regis Thibeault, Robert E. Ankli, Bruce S. Elliott, W.M. Elofson.) CANADIAN PAPERS IN RURAL HISTORY. VOLUME VIII.
Langdale, Gananoque, Ontario, 1992. 
327 pp, large 8vo (9 1/4" H), hard cover (gray cloth with gold lettering on spine and front board) - no dust jacket. ISBN 1895158036 Charts, graphs, maps. Contents: Foreword; Perpectives on Ontario Agriculture, 1815-1930; Migration and Madness on the Upper Canadian Frontier, 1841-1850; "Country Homemakers": The Daily Lives of Prairie Women as Seen Through the Woman's Page of The Grain Growers' Guide 1908-1928; Transition to Settlement. The Peace Hills Indian Agency, 1884-1890; Golden Age or Bronze Moment? Wealth and Poverty in Nova Scotia: The 1850s and 1860s; Change and Continuity in the Saguenay. Agriculture: The Evolution of Production and Yields (1852-1971); Ontario's Dairy Industry, 1880-1920; Emigration from South Leinster to Eastern Upper Canada; Adapting to the Frontier Environment: The Ranching Industry in Western Canada, 1881-1914." Very light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Near Fine 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
6 Anderes, Fred & Agranoff, Ann. ICE PALACES.
Toronto Macmillan of Canada 1983 0771598572 / 9780771598579 First Edition Near Fine Very Good 
132 pp, oblong (9 1/8" H x 10 3/4" D). Profusely illustrated with colour and b&w photographs, repro-ductions, architectural drawings. "The magical buildings illustrated in this pioneer study of a virtually unknown architectural phenomenon were truly built of ice, and they were said to shimmer with color and fire reminiscent of sapphire, topaz, and opal. In style they recalled medieval castles, Gothic cathed-rals, Russian palaces, and Art Deco fantasies. Many were huge, reaching as high as a 14 -story building and extending as long as a football field, but, of course, there's no physical trace of them. Nevertheless, the authors have discovered dozens of historic photographs, lithographs, postcards, paintings, and drawings of these fabulous but ephemeral constructions, as well as mementoes of the winter activities and sports surrounding their creation. (They) relate the history of ice castle building and examine about thirty in detail. This type of architectural tour de fource had its beginning in 18th-century Russia, when the eccentric Empress Anna Ivanova built an icy honeymoon cottage for an out-of-favor prince. In North America, ice palaces were created as centrepieces for the winter carnivals that sprang up in northern cities in the late 19th century. Between 1883 and 1942, grand castles were built of blocks of ice in the Canadian cities of Montreal, Quebec, and Ottawa, and also in St. Paul, Minnesota, and Leadville, Colorado. Today the leading centers for construction in ice and snow are at the annual winter festivals held in Quebec, Canada, and Sapporo, Japan. (T)he authors - both architects - examine the theory and practice of building with ice (which under certain conditions has the structural properties of concrete), both for practical and fantastic purposes." Book is clean and bright. Dust jacket has light rubbing - mainly on front panel, minor wrinkling at top of spine. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
CORNELIUS KRIEGHOFF:  PIONEER PAINTER OF NORTH AMERICA., Barbeau, Marius.
7 Barbeau, Marius. CORNELIUS KRIEGHOFF: PIONEER PAINTER OF NORTH AMERICA.
Toronto Macmillan Company of Canada 1934 First Edition Good No Jacket Cornelius Krieghoff. 
152 pp, 9 3/4" H. Red cloth with silver lettering on spine and front board. Colour and b&w plates. The 'First Part' consists of a short biography of the artist. 'Second Part': Chronological List (of Kriefghoff's dated pictures); Notes and Information; "Catalogue Raisonne" - French Canada; Bourgeois and Sportsmen of Montreal and Quebec (1847-1871); Canadian Indians; Miscellanea - Nude, Still Life, Copies, Illustrations, Lists. Previous owner's bookplate on front pastedown, browning to edges of text block with tiny foxing marks on bottom, spine is heavily sun faded - tiltle is legible, small liquid mark on front board, faint foxing and fading on boards, very small dent on top edge of rear board, very light wear and slight bump to corners. Interior is clean. 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
8 Barbeau, Marius. Intrepreted into English by Sir Harold Boulton and Sir Ernest MacMillan. JONGLEUR SONGS OF OLD QUEBEC.
New Brunswick Rutgers University Press 1962 First Edition Very Good Very Good- Arthur Price. 
202 pp, lg 8vo (9 1/2" H). B&w drawings, music notation. Bilingual lyrics (French/English), remainder of text English only. "Marius Barbeau has collected here forty-two jongleur and voyageur songs which he recorded between 1916 and 1925 from folksingers along the St. Lawrence River. These are still sung, mostly in the Province of Quebec, but are also well known to emigrant French-Canadians throughout New England, northern Michigan and Louisiana. In addition to the melodies and complete French texts of the songs, Dr. Barbeau has included singable interpretations (not literal translations) in English. Of interest to laymen and folklorists alike are his commentaries on each song - where it was recorded, its history, uses, and versions known in France - as well as a list of references and sources for each." Tiny area of wear at top corner of rear board, tiny pen mark/dint at fore-edge of pages 86-90, small soft wrinkle at fore-edge of allpages up to page 10, diagonal line impression from rear pastedown on last few pages. Dust jacket has very light edge wear/wrinkling, three tiny closed tears with creases, light fading to spine color, tiny scuff on spine, light rubbing and soiling - mainly on rear panel. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
JONGLEUR SONGS OF OLD QUEBEC., Barbeau, Marius.  Intrepreted into English by Sir Harold Boulton and Sir Ernest MacMillan.
9 Barbeau, Marius. Intrepreted into English by Sir Harold Boulton and Sir Ernest MacMillan. JONGLEUR SONGS OF OLD QUEBEC.
New Brunswick Rutgers University Press 1962 First Edition Very Good Good- Arthur Price. 
202 pp, lg 8vo (9 1/2" H). B&w drawings, music notation. Bilingual lyrics (French/English), remainder of text English only. "Marius Barbeau has collected here forty-two jongleur and voyageur songs which he recorded between 1916 and 1925 from folksingers along the St. Lawrence River. These are still sung, mostly in the Province of Quebec, but are also well known to emigrant French-Canadians throughout New England, northern Michigan and Louisiana. In addition to the melodies and complete French texts of the songs, Dr. Barbeau has included singable interpretations (not literal translations) in English. Of interest to laymen and folklorists alike are his commentaries on each song - where it was recorded, its history, uses, and versions known in France - as well as a list of references and sources for each." Very light browning to edges of text block, slight toning to edges of boards and spine. Dust jacket has an irregular shaped price-clip, light edge wear, moderate edge wrinkling/creasing, a few tiny and small edge tears, light fading to spine and hinge color, some soiling and rubbing - mainly on rear panel, small scuff on front panel, very light browning in spine and flap-folds, protected in a mylar sleeve, 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
C. BAILLAIRGE, ARCT., ING.:  DESSINS ARCHITECTURAUX.  (CHARLES-PHILIPPE-FERDINAND BAILLAIRGE, ARCHITECTE, INGENIEUR.), Beaudin, Francois; Noel, Ginette; Demers, Jean-Maurice.
10 Beaudin, Francois; Noel, Ginette; Demers, Jean-Maurice. C. BAILLAIRGE, ARCT., ING.: DESSINS ARCHITECTURAUX. (CHARLES-PHILIPPE-FERDINAND BAILLAIRGE, ARCHITECTE, INGENIEUR.)
Ministere des Affaires culturelles, Quebec, 1979. 
24 pp, oblong (8" x 10") soft cover (stapled in wraps). Illustrated in sepiatone and colour with drawings (plans, elevations, architectural details). FRENCH TEXT ONLY. A look at the work of 19th century Quebec architect and engineer, Charles-Phil ippe-Ferdinand Baillairge. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - light edge wear, light wrinkling on spine, light rubbing. Very Good- 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
LA PROVINCE DE QUEBEC.  HISTOIRES LOCALES ET REGIONALES CANADIENNES DES ORIGINES A 1950.  CANADIAN LOCAL HISTORIES TO 1950:  A BIBLIOGRAPHY., Beaulieu, Andre et Morley, William F.E.  Avec Benoit Bernier et Agathe Garon.
11 Beaulieu, Andre et Morley, William F.E. Avec Benoit Bernier et Agathe Garon. LA PROVINCE DE QUEBEC. HISTOIRES LOCALES ET REGIONALES CANADIENNES DES ORIGINES A 1950. CANADIAN LOCAL HISTORIES TO 1950: A BIBLIOGRAPHY.
Toronto University of Toronto Press 1971 0802017339 / 9780802017338 First Edition Very Good+ Very Good 
408 pp, 10" H. Table des Matieres: Avant-propos; Introduction; Table des matieres; Table des illustrations; Sources bibliographiques et ouvrages de reference consultes; Abreviations; Sigles des bibliotheques mentionnees; Bibliographie d'histoires locales et regionale: Le Quebec: histoires generales et regionales incluant la Nouvelle-France et la Bas-Canada / Les regions / Les comtes / Municipalites, cites et villes incluant les localites, les hameaux, les cantons et les villages / Les seigneuries / Les dioceses / Paroisses et missions; Index. Minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has slight colour fading on spine and flap-folds, minor edge wrinkling. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
THE EARLY TRADING COMPANIES OF NEW FRANCE:  A CONTRIBUTION TO THE HISTORY OF COMMERCE AND DISCOVERY IN NORTH AMERICA., Biggar, H.P.
12 Biggar, H.P. THE EARLY TRADING COMPANIES OF NEW FRANCE: A CONTRIBUTION TO THE HISTORY OF COMMERCE AND DISCOVERY IN NORTH AMERICA.
Toronto University of Toronto Library 1901 First, Limited Edition. Good No Jacket 
308 pp, 10 1/4" H. No. 118 of the limited first edition of 600 copies. Rebound in maroon cloth with gilt lettering on spine, new endpapers. An ex-library copy with college stamp on top edge of textblock, library stamps, etc. on free endpapers. *Please note: lacks fold-out map that should accompany text.* Chapter headings: Introduction: Brief description of early expeditions to the regions of the St. Lawrence; The Discovery and Occupation of the St. Lawrence Valley; The Birth and Growth of Trade and Commerce, 1497-1597; The Two Attempts of La Roche and the First Fur-Trade Monopoly; The Two Monopolies of Monts, 1604-1608; The Freedom of Trade, 1609-1613; Champlain's Company, 1614-1620; The Caens Company and its Union with Champlain's, 1621-1627; The Company of New France, 1627-1629; New France under the Scottish and English Company, 1629-1632; Appendix: The Sources (Official / Narrative / Anonymous); Index. A small bump to the top corner of approx. 2/3 of the pages (becomes progessively smaller) - 21 page leaves have a small piece missing at the top corner; small tear at bottom of title page archivally taped; very light browning to pages and edges of text block; very light wear at corners of boards and at top/bottom of spine. 
Price: 65.00 USD
 
 
COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY:  AN ESSAY., Booth, Alec C.
13 Booth, Alec C. COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY: AN ESSAY.
Richmond County Historical Society, Richmond, Quebec, 1965. 
16 pp, 9" H, stapled in wraps. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - previous owner's name on front cover, light fading on spine and hnge areas. Very Good- 
Price: 12.50 USD
 
 
LEGENDS OF QUEBEC.  FROM THE LAND OF THE GOLDEN DOG., Boswell, Hazel.
14 Boswell, Hazel. LEGENDS OF QUEBEC. FROM THE LAND OF THE GOLDEN DOG.
Toronto McClelland & Stewart 1966 First Edition Very Good Good Hazel Boswell. 
120 pp, 8" H. Colour illustrations. Contents: Foreword; The Feast of St. John the Baptist; The White Owl; The Weeping Rock; Felix the Obstinate; Old Desanges; The Lighthouse of Ste. Julie; Josephine's Promise; The Man Who Shot the Cross; The Little Bear; The Trip to Paris; Notes. Small McClelland and Stewart stamp mark on free front endpaper, some light toning on free endpapers from dust jacket flaps, minor edge wear, minor wrinkling at top of spine. Dust jacket is price-clipped, three edge tears with creases archivally taped, wear, most edge wear has been dyed green to match dust jacket colour - has bled through to inside surface, light surface rubbing, protected in a mylar sleeve. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
52 COULEURS DU QUEBEC ... CINQUANTE-DEUX PEINTRES.  THE COLOURS OF QUEBEC ... FIFTY-TWO PAINTERS., Bruens, Louis.
15 Bruens, Louis. 52 COULEURS DU QUEBEC ... CINQUANTE-DEUX PEINTRES. THE COLOURS OF QUEBEC ... FIFTY-TWO PAINTERS.
Editions la palette, Montreal, 1987. 
237 pp, 4to (12" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 2980106003 B&w and colour illustrations. Bilingual text (French/English). Showcases the work of 52 Quebec artists, giving brief biographies. Francesco Alberti, Gilles Archambault, Leonard Bas que, Andre Bertounesque, Normand Boisvert, Yvette Boulanger, J. Marcel Bourbonnais, Patricia Bourque, Serge Brunoni, Albert Buscio, Christian Deberdt, Littorio Del Signore, John Der, Maurice Domingue, Robert Dupont, Lucie Fournier, Helmut G e r t h , J o s eph Giunta, Francine Gravel, Monique Harvey, Richard Hetu, Vladimir Horik, Normand Hudon, Lise Jourdenais, Louise Kirouac, Pierre Labrecque, Claude Langevin, Michel Lapensee, P. Tex Lecor, Michel Leroux, Douglas Manning, Monique Mer ci er , Pa tr i ck M un eret, Pauline Paquin, Francoise Pascals, Claude Picher, Jacques Poirier, Marcel H. Poirier, Gaston Rebry, Philippe Richard, Alan Richardson, Gilles Seguin, Benoit Simard, Solange St-Pierre, Armand Tatossian, Claude Theberge, Ti bor K . T hom as , L oui s T remblay, Pierrette Trudel, Pierre Turgeon, Mario Verdon. Very light wrinkling at bottom of spine, very minor wear at top/bottom of spine and at corners. Dust jacket has very minor wear at bottom of front panel, mi nor wrin kli ng a t bo tto m of spi ne, very light rubbing, two shallow dints on front hinge. Near Fine/Very Good+ 
Price: 75.00 USD
 
 
THE BUCHANAN BOOK:  THE LIFE OF ALEXANDER BUCHANAN, Q.C., OF MONTREAL, FOLLOWED BY AN ACCOUNT OF THE FAMILY BUCHANAN.  PLUS:  LATER LEAVES OF THE BUCHANAN BOOK.  2 VOLUMES., Buchanan, A.W. Patrick, K.C.
16 Buchanan, A.W. Patrick, K.C. THE BUCHANAN BOOK: THE LIFE OF ALEXANDER BUCHANAN, Q.C., OF MONTREAL, FOLLOWED BY AN ACCOUNT OF THE FAMILY BUCHANAN. PLUS: LATER LEAVES OF THE BUCHANAN BOOK. 2 VOLUMES.
Montreal Privately Printed Very Good 
2 volume set. "The Buchanan Book", privately printed, Montreal, 1911in a limited edition of 300 copies. This is No. 240 and is *unsigned*, contrary to the limitation statement. Dark blue cloth with paper title label on spine, top edge gilt, (v)-xiii, 476 pp, + Appendix (5 pp), Index (viii pp), 9 5/8" H. Addenda et Corrigenda sheet laid in. Thirteen tissue-covered b&w portraits, including frontispiece (collated). Contents: Life of Alexander Buchanan, Q.C., of Montreal; The Buchanans of that Ilk; The Buchanans of Blairlusk; James Buchanan, H.B.M. Consul at New York; The Buchanans of Carbeth; The Buchanans of Ardoch; The Gray-Buchanans of Scotstown; The Buchanans of Auchmar; Ditto of Hales Hall; Ditto of Spittal; Ditto of Blairvockie; Ditto of Montreal; Family of Dr. George Buchanan of Fintona, co. Tyrone; The Buchanans of Arnpryor; Ditto of Lenny; Ditto of Auchineden; Ditto of Arnpryor (second family); Ditto of Powis; Ditto of Gartacharne; The Carrick Buchanans of Drumpellier; The Buchanans of Auchintorlie; The Buchanans in Campsie and Baldernock; The Buchans of Drummikill; Ditto of Drumhead; Ditto of Finnick-Drummond; The Leith-Buchanans of Ross Priory; The Buchannans late of Miltoun; A Genealogical Note; The Quater-centenary of George Buchanan; Some Distinguished Buchanans; Some Buchanans in the United States of America; Appendix. "Later Leaves of the Buchanan Book", printed for private circulation by Editions Edouard Garand, Montreal 1929. Paper covers, 482 pp., 9 7/8" H. Eight b&w plates, including frontis-piece (collated). "The Buchanan Book" has very small bump to fore-edge of pages 405 to end of book, minor edge wear, minor rubbing to boards, light run marks to top edge gilt. "Later Leaves of the Buchanan Book" - page 6 has some small light soiling marks including a small area of red ink in margin, some page edges have wrinkles and very small chips, the top/bottom edges of text block are not trimmed, there is wrinkling/creasing to edges of covers and top/bottom of spine - there are also tiny tears, light soiling to covers. 
Price: 400.00 USD
 
 
17 Bumsted, J.M., editor. (Paul Stevens, G.N. Emery, Charles W. Humphries, Douglas L. Cole, Donald Arthur Kubesh, C.M. Wallace, J.L. Granatstein, Richard Allen, Patricia Roy, G.E. Panting, Laurier La Pierre, Bruce W. Hodgins.) DOCUMENTARY PROBLEMS IN CANADIAN HISTORY. VOLUME II: POST CONFEDERATION.
Georgetown, Ontario Irwin-Dorsey 1969 First Edition Very Good 
314 pp, 10" H. "The collection includes twelve articles by some of the leading specialists in a number of areas of Canadian history since Confederation. Each specialist concentrates on a certain problem and incorporates some of the documentary evidence he himself would employ in considering the problem." Contents: Laurier and National Unity; The Lord's Day Act of 1906 and the Sabbath Observance Question; Federal-Provincial Tensions within the Ontario Conservative Party, 1878-1900; Imperialism and Nationalism in English-Speaking Canada; Ontario Press Reaction to the Northwest Rebellion of 1885; The Nationalization of the Maritimes, 1867-1914; Meighen vs. the CCF: The York South By-Election, 1942; The Triumph and Decline of Prohibition; The Evacuation of the Japanese, 1942; Newfoundland's Loss of Responsible Government; La Revolution Tranquille: The Liberal Government of Jean Lesage in Quebec, 1960-66; The English-Canadian Mind in Conflict. Interior - partially erased previous owner's name in red ink on first page, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - crease at top/bottom corners of front cover, light wear at top/bottom of rear hinge. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
STORY OF ASCOT, PARTS OF RANGES I TO V, 1803-1948.  EATON ROAD, SPRING ROAD, JOHNVILLE ROAD OR GLENBURN, GLENDAY NEIGHBOURHOOD, MOULTON HILL, HUNTINGVILLE AND ROADS LEADING EAST AND NORTH., Coates, Hazel Ashe, compiler.  Foreword by Lady Tweedsmuir.  H.S. Billings, M.E. McCurdy, et al.
18 Coates, Hazel Ashe, compiler. Foreword by Lady Tweedsmuir. H.S. Billings, M.E. McCurdy, et al. STORY OF ASCOT, PARTS OF RANGES I TO V, 1803-1948. EATON ROAD, SPRING ROAD, JOHNVILLE ROAD OR GLENBURN, GLENDAY NEIGHBOURHOOD, MOULTON HILL, HUNTINGVILLE AND ROADS LEADING EAST AND NORTH.
Ascot Women's Institute, n.p., 1949. 
85 pp (printed on one side of leaf only), small 4to (10 13/16" H), soft cover. B&w photographs, maps. Contents: Introduction; History of the Ascot Women's Institute; Institute Pictures; Place Names; Indians; Hyatt Saga - with Historical Document Notes; Early Roads - map; Growth and Development of the County; The Neighbourhoods - including geographical features and industries; Old Map - in sections; Railways; Education; Churches - pictures; Temperance Work; Pearlash and Prices 100 Years Ago; The Home Front World War I; Peace Celebrations 1918; Memorial Roll 1914-1918; Ascot War Work and Other Activities; Ascot Honour Roll 1939-1945; Armed Forces - World War II; Poem - "For the Fallen" - by L. Binyon; Our Boys - Illustrated; Pe a c e C e l e b rations 1945. Interior - covers have pulled away from adjacent page at front and rear inside hinges causing some tears which have now been archiavlly taped, light rusting to staples, otherwise clean and tight with with no other own er sh ip ma rk s. Ex terior - previous owner's name on frontcover, light browning on spine and hinge areas, small light stain on covers, old tape residue at top/bottom of spine and covers at hinges, small closed tears at top/bottom of hinges, very li ght ru b bin g, a f e w s oft creases. Good 
Price: 50.00 USD
 
 
THE STORY OF DOMINION SQUARE.  PLACE DU CANADA., Collard, Edgar Andrew.
19 Collard, Edgar Andrew. THE STORY OF DOMINION SQUARE. PLACE DU CANADA.
Don Mills, Ontario Longman Canada 1971 First Edition Very Good Very Good 
63 pp, 11 1/4" H. B&w photographs, reproductions. "Here is a wealth of fascinating history, going back to the time when Dominion Square was a cemetery outside Montreal. Dr. Collard tells the story of the square's famous buildings, past and present. We visit a political rally when Sir John A. Macdonald was mobbed; we see the Winter Carnival's crowning spectacle, the storming of the Ice Palace. The 'principal presence' in the square is the Sun Life head office, one of the most massive office buildings in the world. For a number of seasons this huge structure served as the nesting place of a pair of falcons, who evidently mistook it for a mountain. And during the war it was the custodian of the securities of the British Government. Its giant carillon, once 'the Voice of Expo', can be heard every day in a twenty-minute concert. In 1966 the southern half of the square was renamed Place du Canada, and bordering it arose the C.P.R.'s modern and beautiful Chateaux Champlain and plaza, joined to the square by a wide pedestrian arch. To read (this) book is to visit the historic heart of Canada's greatest metropolis." Very minor edge wear, small light scuff mark on front panel. Dust jacket has three edge tears archivally taped, light wear/wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
NINETEENTH-CENTURY POTTERY AND PORCELAIN IN CANADA., Collard, Elizabeth.
20 Collard, Elizabeth. NINETEENTH-CENTURY POTTERY AND PORCELAIN IN CANADA.
Montreal McGill University Press 1984 0773503927 / 9780773503922 2nd Edition Very Good Very Good 
477 pp, 4to (10 1/2" H). B & w illust. A survey of the ceramic wares used by Canadians in the 19th C. Deals with both imported and Canadian made wares, setting them against the social, economic, and artistic background of the time. It tells of how the potters of Britain vigorously built up trade with British North America and how their wares travelled to the farthest outposts of a pioneer land. Also covers the popular "Historical China", "Portneuf" and the important potters of St. Johns, Quebec. Previous owner's bookplate and erased pencik mark on free front endpaper, previous owners name in ink on first preliminary page, tiny soiling mark on fore-edge of textblock, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has light edge wrinkling. 
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