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THE NEW LISKEARD STORY., Kurowski, Louis S.
1 Kurowski, Louis S. THE NEW LISKEARD STORY.
New Liskeard, Ontario Louis S. Kurowski 1983 First Edition Very Good - 
(81) printed pages (reverse of each leaf blank) + pages of b&w photograph illustrations not included in the pagination, 11" H. Medium blue card covers with black lettering on front cover, stapled with black binding tape on spine. A local history of New Liskeard, Ontario. This book appears to have been produced using a type of stencil duplicating process. Contents: The Early Scene; C.C. Farr; Early Settlers and the Hardships; Temiskaming & Northern Ontario Railway; Other Methods of Travel; The Ferguson Highway; Pioneers Recall; George Alvin (Allie) Bateson; Mrs. S.B. Moore; Mr. & Mrs. Frank Herron; Alex Brown and Ruth Brown (Nee: Howard); Fiftieth Anniversary Celebrations; Interesting People; McCamus-McKelvie Partnersip; Ruby Dunn Wathen; Ernest Sawford-Dye; Our Schools; New Liskeard Public School; New Liskeard Secondary School; Separate Schools; Demonstration Farm; Seventy-Fifth Anniversary; Our Sister Town; Footnotes; Appendices: Song of the Hub, by George White; Mayors of the Town of New Liskeard; T. & N.O. Railway Timetable (1906); Participants at the 50th Anniversary Celebrations at New Liskeard who came to this area up to 1900. Interior - soft crease,curl at top corner of pages up to page 5, tiny/very small curl at top/bottom corner of most pages, small soft crease at top edge of page 54 to end of book, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - soft creases at three corners, soft wrinkling at top rear edge, a few minor line dents on covers. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
2 Telfer, A.H. Edited by Lorene DiCorpo. WORTH TRAVELLING MILES TO SEE: DIARY OF A SURVEY TRIP TO LAKE TEMISKAMING, 1886.
Toronto Natural Heritage 2004 189621987X / 9781896219875 First Edition Very Good 
167 pp, 9" H. B&w photographs, maps, reproductions. "The story of (Alexander) Niven and the other surveyors who mapped the Townships of the Little Clay Belt in the District of Temiskaming in the 1880s". "A.H. Telfer's personal diaries, which tell of the day-to-day hardships and accomplishments of these surveyors, are a fascinating account of the country before the great land rush of the 1890s and the Cobalt mining boom of 1903, which changed the landscape dramatically. (B)ridges the gap between the fur trading and logging eras, and the settlement of Temiskaming. Of equal interest is the mention in the diary of pioneers in the area, such as C.C. Farr, the founder of the town of Haileybury; Edouard Piche, one of the earliest settlers on Lake Temiskaming; and the Heard brothers from Haliburton, who were among the first homesteaders." Inside - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - slight twist to spine, three tiny corner creases, small bump at bottom edge of rear cover - migrates into pages with a light scuff on bottom of text block. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 


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