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1 Annapolis Valley). WOODMAN, H.L. WOODMAN, H.L. On the March : The Annapolis Valley Affiliated Boards of Trade Looks Back over Forty Eventful Years
Lancelot, Hantsport, 1985, 
(Annapolis Valley). WOODMAN, H.L. On the March : The Annapolis Valley Affiliated Boards of Trade Looks Back over Forty Eventful Years. N.pl.: n.pub., [1985?]. [Printed by Lancelot Press]. Pp [1]-135,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, beige card covers. Contents: An Easy Birth; An Early Success; A Crisis in the Orchards; Marketing Opportunities; The Four Basics; Taxes a Problem; Turnover Tax Unpopular; A Better Ferry System Sought; Booth at Toronto Fair; Harvest of Efforts; Tourism Role Endorsed; Air Link Needed; Boards Coordinated;Delegation to Montreal; CJCH-TV Transmits to Valley; Tourism Promoted; Boa rds Too Parochial?; Promotional Tour; Financial House in Order; Promotion Efforts Paying Off; Appreciation from East Hants; Catastrophe Averted; Time of Accomplishment; As Goes AVABT, So Goes Valley; Sixty Seven Festivals; Highway 101 Taking Shape; A Learning Experience; Membership increase; Bank Loan Retired; Climb Continues; CBC Moves into Valley; Tidal Power; Conventional issues; A President's Policy Committe Conference; Some Major Highlights;On the March! Vg. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 8.50

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2 ANSLOW, Florence HALIBURTON, Thomas Haliburton Memorial Museum
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ANSLOW, Florence. The Haliburton Memorial Museum. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. [[1950's ?]. Pp (3),2-21,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, wraps with armorial device. Rhodenizer p.84. An account of "Clifton" as the Windsor museum dedicated to Thomas Chandler Haliburton. With 20 photos. Very good. 20.00

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3 ANSLOW, Florence HALIBURTON, Thomas HALL, William, V.C. Historic Windsor : A Town and County Abounding in Interesting Events : Jottings From My Scrapbook
1962, 
ANSLOW, Florence. Historic Windsor: A Town and County Abounding in Interesting Events. Jottings From My Scrapbook. Windsor, N.S.: n.pub., n.d. [1962].First Edition. Pp (2),3-32. Illustrated. 8vo, stapled whtie wraps with N.S . flag illustration to front. Vaison, Nova Scotia Past and Present : A Bibliography and Guide, p.58. Contents: Nova Scotia Flag; Ancient Pessaquith; Nova Scotia; Arrival of the Planters; Trees; Hants County; Toll Bridge; Clifton; Glooscap; Judge Haliburton's Name perpetuated; Old Parish Church; Bluenose; Four Famous Natives; Old Indian Love Story; The Countess Mayo; Cape Cod Architecture; William Hall, V.C.; Aboiteau and Harnessing the Bay of Fundy; Bluenose keeps N.Y. Moving; Fort Edward; The Old Parish Burying Ground;The Haliburton Family; Famous Graduates of Kings College; Sam Slick; Mrs. Grant's Tragic Death; Amor de Cosmos; Colonel Cato; The First Railroad: Halifax to Windsor; Ossian; Agricultural Monument; Chimney Sweep to Geologist;Banks; Medical Quacks; Shannon & Chesapeake; A Haunted House. Very good. 1 5.00

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4 ARMSTRONG, Norma Ellen Some Socio-Economic, Attitudinal, Communication and Leadership Factors in Relation to the Adoption of Recommended Farm Practices in Selected Villages of Hants County, N.S.
Acadia University Institute, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, 1958, 
ARMSTRONG, Norma Ellen. Some Socio-Economic, Attitudinal, Communication andLeadership Factors in Relation to the Adoption of Recommended Farm Practic es in Selected Villages of Hants County, N.S. Thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Master of Arts in the Department of Psychology (Sociology) at Acadia University. Wolfville, Nova Scotia : Acadia University Institute, August 1958. Pp. i-x,1-173 leaves, printed on one side only. 4to, printed grey card covers with blue titles to front, blue comb-bound spine. Contents: 1. Introduction; 2. Samplinjg Technique and Calculation of Adoption Scores; 3. Description of Individual Villages (of which there are fourteen unnamed Hants County communities examined); 4. Socio-Economic Factors and Adoption Scores; 5. Village Norms, Individual Attitudes and Flexibility Indices; 6. Channels of Communication; 7. Leadership Norms; 8. Summary of Conclusions. Name inked inside rear cover, spotting to fore-edge, else very good. 75.00

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5 ARNOLD, George F. STIRRAT, Rose-Marie St. Andrew's Story, Hantsport, N.S., 1890-1990.
Lancelot Press, Hantsport, NS, 1990, ISBN:0889994412 
ARNOLD, George F. St. Andrew's Story, Hantsport, N.S., 1890-1990. Cover illustration by Rose-Marie Stirrat. Hantsport, NS: "Printed by Lancelot Press," 1990. First Printing. Pp. (4),5-56. 8vo, illustrated white card covers. Chapters: 1. Beginnings ; 2. Half a Century of Activity; 3. Hantsport as a Separate Parish; Addenda. Very good. 15.00

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6 BANCROFT, M. F. Report on the Petroleum Prospects in Hants Conty, Nova Scotia. signed
Acadia University, 1942, 
BANCROFT, M. F. Report on the Petroleum Prospects in Hants Conty, Nova Scotia. Wolfville, NS: Acadia University, July, 1942. Pp. [10], unpaginated type-written leaves. 4to, blue duo-tang, white printed label to front. Front cover torn, sunned to a light brown, edges ragged, internally vg. Signed by the author. 15.00

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7 BENOIT, Shirley C.L. (comp.). Hants Journal's Births, Marriages and Deaths 1903-1906. Vol. Two.
Shirley Benoit, Ottawa, 1989, 
BENOIT, Shirley C.L. (comp.). The Hants Journal's Births, Marriages and Deaths 1903-1906. Vol. Two. Ottawa : (Shirley Benoit), March 1989. Pp (8),1-16,(2),1-37,(3),1-62,(8). 4to, yellow printed card covers, black cloth tape to spine. “The following is a listing of Births, Marriages and Deaths, that appeared in issues of The Hants Journal newspapers for July 8th, 1903 to April 25th,1906. There were a few vitals found among the personals of the newspapers, in which case I added them too. The names come to over 2200 in this listing. I have added a cross-index to go insided [sic] with the deaths.”(from the Preface). Penned name, else very good, with advertisements for o ther volumes laid in. Signed with inscription from the author. 60.00

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8 BENSON, D. G. Geological Survey of Canada Memoir 343) Geology of Hopewell Map-Area, Nova Scotia
Geological Survey of Canada, 1967, 
BENSON, D. G. Geology of Hopewell Map-Area, Nova Scotia. Geological Survey of Canada Memoir 343. (Ottawa: Geological Survey of Canada, 1967). Pp. 58. Illustrated + folding map in rear pocket. Frontis. 8vo, grey and maroon card covers. Spine and front cover with some sunning, light rubbing, small price sticker, owner's name inked to front, bookplate, else vg. 40.00

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9 BIRD, Will R. Off-Trail in Nova Scotia. 2nd pr. no dj. signed
Ryerson Press, 1965, 
BIRD, Will R. Off-Trail in Nova Scotia. Tor.:Ryerson Press, (1965). Second Printing. Pp (4), v-xiv, 1-314, + 16 pp.photos. 8vo, blue cloth. Watters p.952, Laugher p.38, Rhodenizer p.84. Chapters: 1. The Unknown Half of Nova Scotia; 2. Off-Trail in Hants County; 3. Off-Trail Along the Fundy; 4. "By the Great Long Lake We Found Them"; 5. Off-Trail Along the Neck; 6. Islands Off-Trail; 7. Ex-soldiers Poor Settlers; 8. Through the Garden of Eden; 9. Cape Breton Corners; 10. Bears, and Moose, and the Biggest Woman. With an index. Vg. Signed by Bird. 30.00

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10 BIRD, Will R. Off-Trail in Nova Scotia. 4th in dj
1968, 
BIRD, Will R. Off-Trail in Nova Scotia. Tor.:Ryerson Press, (1968). Fourth Printing. Pp (4),v-xiv,1-314, +16 pp.photos. 8vo, blue cloth. Watters p.952, Laugher p.38, Rhodenizer p.84. Chapters: 1. The Unknown Half of Nova Scotia; 2. Off-Trail in Hants County; 3. Off-Trail Along the Fundy; 4. "By the Great Long Lake We Found Them"; 5. Off-Trail Along the Neck; 6. Islands Off-Trail; 7. Ex-soldiers Poor Settlers; 8. Through the garden of Eden; 9. Cape Breton Corners; 10. Bears, and Moose, and the Biggest Woman. With an index. Vg in rubbed dj. 25.00

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11 BISHOP, Roy L. DesBARRES, Joseph Frederick Wallet Eighteenth-Century Nova Scotia Observatory. Reprinted from The Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, Vol. 71, No. 6, pp 425-442, December, 1977
Royal Astronomical Society, 1977, 
BISHOP, Roy L. An Eighteenth-Century Nova Scotia Observatory. Reprinted from The Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, Vol. 71, No. 6, pp 425-442, December, 1977. Pp (1),425-442. Illustrated. 8vo, blue printed stapled card covers. “At Castle Frederick, [Upper Falmouth, Hants County] in central Nova Scotia, an observatory was erected in 1765. Initially it was used as astation for the checking of surveying instruments; however, in 1767 and ag ain in 1769 it was equipped with some some of the best astronomical instruments from the Dollonds of London. Conceived by Joseph Frederick Wallet DesBarres, one of the most remarkable individuals of the eighteenth cntury, andeventually but reluctantly paid tor by the British Admiralty, this buildin g merits consideration as possibly the earliest, optically equipped, astronomical observatory in the Western Hemisphere. (Abstract). Roy L. Bishop taught at Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia. Penned name, else very good. Signed without inscription by the author. 15.00

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12 BISHOP, Roy L. EVERETT, Joseph Joseph Everett and the King's College Observatory. Reprinted from The Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, Vol. 72, No. 3, pp 138-148, June, 1978
Royal Astronomical Society, 1978, 
BISHOP, Roy L. Joseph Everett and the King's College Observatory. Reprintedfrom The Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, Vol. 72, No. 3, pp 138 -148, June, 1978. Pp (1),138-148. Illustrated. 8vo, blue printed stapled card covers. “Through the efforts of Joseph David Everett, Professor of Mathematics, Natural Philosophy at Astronomy at King's College, Windsor, Nova Scotia, an astronomical observatory was built at that college in 1861. This was apparently the first observatory to be erected in Nova Scotia for educational purposes. With Everett's return to Scotland in 1864, interest in astronomy faded at King's, although during the next decade the building was used as a meteorological observatory.” (Abstract). Roy L. Bishop taught at Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia. Penned name, else very good. 15.00

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13 BISHOP. Roy L. EVERETT, Joseph) Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society 72:03, 1978) Joseph Everett and the King's College Observatory. reprint signed
Royal Astronomical Society, 1978, 
BISHOP. Roy L. Joseph Everett and the King's College Observatory. Reprintedfrom the Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, Vol. 72, No. 3, June, 1978, pp. 138-148. N.pl.: [Royal Astronomical Society], 1978. Illustrated. 8vo, blue stapled card covers. Through the efforts of Joseph Everett, a professor at King's College in Windsor, NS, an astronomical observatory was erected at the school in 1861. It is believed to be the first observatory built in Nova Scotia for educational purposes. A few small smudges to the front, else very good. Signed by the author on the front cover. 15.00

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14 Blomidon Naturalists Society. Blomidon Naturalists Society Newsletter, Volume 36, Number 4, Winter 2009
Blomidon Naturalists Society, Wolfville, 2009, 
Blomidon Naturalists Society. Blomidon Naturalists Society Newsletter, Volume 36, Number 4, Winter 2009. Wolfville, NS: Blomidon Naturalists Society, 2009. [Printed by Gaspereau Press]. Pp. (8),9-53,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, patterned blue and white card covers with white lettered black title block to front cover, blank spine. Contents: Editorial: "Out & About" by Jean Timpa.Club Notes & Notices. Nature Counts: "The 2009 Nesting Season" by Bernard Forsythe; "Nature Counts at the Harriet Irving Botanical Gardens" by Melanie Priesnitz". Field Trip Report:"The Autumn Night Sky" by Roy Bishop; "Cloud Lake" by Patrick Kelly; "Kingsport Mud Flat Critters" by Jim Wolford. Review: "Restoring the Acadian Forest" reveiwed by David Coon; "Winter Nature"reviewed by Doug Linzey. Natural History:"Getting Antsy" by John Belbin"; "B's Bees" by Barry Yoell; "A Plea for Bees" by Laura Thompson & Derek Allerton"; "Four Centuries Ago This Winter" by Roy Bishop. Nature Counts: "2009NSMC-Kings & Annapolis" by Judy Tufts; "2009 NSMC-West Hants" by Patrick K elly; "2009 NSMC-Valley Summary". Weather: "Fall 2009" by Larry Bogan. Astronomy: "What's In the Sky?" by Roy Bishop. Very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 10.00

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15 Blomidon Naturalists Society. BONDRUP-NIELSEN, Soren. BELBIN, John. THOMAS, Martin. Blomidon Naturalists Society Newsletter, Volume 38, Number 1, Spring 2011
Blomidon Naturalists Society, Wolfville, 2011, 
Blomidon Naturalists Society. Blomidon Naturalists Society Newsletter, Volume 38, Number 1, Spring 2011. Wolfville, NS: Blomidon Naturalists Society, 2011. [Printed by Gaspereau Press]. Pp. (6),7-51,(5). Illustrated. 8vo, patterned green and white card covers with white lettered black title block tofront cover, blank spine. Contents: Editorial: "Out & About" by Jean Timpa . Club Notes & Notices: Green Dragons 2011; Board of Directors report by Rick Whitman; Upcoming Events. Field Trip Report: "Stories Written in the Snow" by Soren Bondrup-Nielsen. Nature Counts: "Maritime Butterfly Atlas" by John Klymko; "2010 Wolfville Christmas Bird Count" by Alison Bogan; "2010 West Hants Christmas Bird Count" by Patrick Kelly; "30th Annual Cyril K. Coldwell Eagles & Raptors Count of Eastern Kings County" by Jim Wolford; "Kingston, Nova Scotia, Christmas Bird Count" by Wayne Kelly. Natural History: "Carnivorous Plants of Nova Scotia" by Martin L.H. Thomas; "Blue Jay: The Best Forester Ever" by John Belbin; "Spring Weeds" by Melanie Priesnitz. Climate Change & Conservation: "Report Back from December's UN Climate Change Talks" by Thea Whitman"; "Biomass Facts" by Jamie Simpson. Parks: "Why We Need Parks (and Why We Love Them)" by Laura Thompson and Derek Allerton. Weather: "Fall 2010" by Larry Bogan. Astronomy: "What's In The Sky?" by Roy Bishop. Very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper thanquoted. 10.00

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16 BOEHNER, R. C. and R. EDGECOMBE EDGECOMBE, R. Mines and Energy Branches Open File Report 93-030) Diamond-drill Core Logs of Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resouces Drillholes STY 93-1. -2. -3, and -4, Stanley, Hants County, Nova Scotia
Department of Natural Resources, 1993, 
BOEHNER, R. C. and R. EDGECOMBE. Diamond-drill Core Logs of Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resouces Drillholes STY 93-1. -2. -3, and -4, Stanley, Hants County, Nova Scotia. Mines and Energy Branches Open File Report 93-030. Halifax: Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources, 1993. Pp. 22, leaves. With four large folded charts in rear pocket. 4to, white card covers, blue comb-bound spine. Light rubbing to lower front cover, else vg. 25.00

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17 Bowaters Mersey Paper Company Limited) Boys and Girls You Can Win A New Bicycle!
Bowaters Mersey Paper Company Limited, Liverpool, Nova Scotia, 0, 
(Bowaters Mersey Paper Company Limited). Boys and Girls You Can Win A New Bicycle!. Single sheet (11 by 8 inches), printed on both sides. A contest put out by Bowaters Mersey for students in Grades 5, 6, 7, and 8 in schools in Hants, Kings, Queens, and Lunenburg Counties, consisting of a crossword puzzle with clues dealing with forestry and fire prevention. The prizes werenew bicycles - 3 each for Kings and Lunenburg Counties, and 2 each for Han ts and Queens Counties. Note : If mailing is required, we can fold it and mail it letter-rate. Very good. 5.00

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18 Broadside - Land Auction - Nova Scotia FRIEZE, David CONWAY, John ALLISON, Joseph To be Sold at Public Auction, By the Sheriff of the County of Hants, at theCourt House in Windsor, on Tuesday, the Twenty-Fourth day of November next , between the hours of Ten o'clock in the forenoon and Two o'clock in the afternoon: All that piece or pa
1857, 
(Broadside - Land Auction). David Frieze, Plaintiff, vs. John Conway, Defendant. To be Sold at Public Auction, By the Sheriff of the County of Hants, at the Court House in Windsor, on Tuesday, the Twenty-Fourth day of November next, between the hours of Ten o'clock in the forenoon and Two o'clock inthe afternoon: All that piece or parcel of Land, Lying between the Old and New Roads leading from the Great Plaister Rocks to the Five Mie River, in the Township of Douglas, and County of Hants, bounded as follows: [...] Thesame lands having been taken in Execution in the above Suit, and the Judgm ent having been docketed and registered uwards of two years. Joseph Allison, Sheriff. Adams G. Archibald, Atty. of Pltff., Sheriff's Office, Windsor, October 19, 1857. Single sheet (approx. 13 by 14 inches), printed on one side only. David Frieze was one of the proprietors of the Temperance Hall Company, and the first bank manager in Maitland, East Hants, Nova Scotia. Tornat top with partial loss of plaintiff's name, some foxing and creasing, el se good/ As is. 200.00

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19 BROWN, Pearl A. (Cochran) Anglo Saxon Attitude
Hants Journal, Windsor, NS, 1970, 
BROWN, Pearl A. (Cochran). The Anglo Saxon Attitude. This Writing is dedicated to The Founders of Canada and to the Hope, that there will always be a Canada. [Windsor, NS: The Hants Journal, 1970 : this publication information inked to bottom of first leaf (seen on two copies thus)]. Pp. (4),5-55,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated white card covers. Title only on cover andwith no hyphen in "Anglo-Saxon". An odd hodge-podge of historical fact and snippets interspersed with other people's poems. "Having read in the Halif ax Chronicle some time ago, a letter entitled "The Anglo-Saxon Attitude" one wonders if Canadians will ever get straightened out, to know, "Who we were, who we are and where we are going?". Lightly rubbed,, else vg. 20.00

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20 Canadian Collector COPELAND, Mary Canadian Collector. Vol. 14 / No. 4, July / August 1979.
Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, Toronto , 1979, 
(Canadian Collector). Canadian Collector. Vol. 14 / No. 4, July / August 1979. Toronto : Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, 1979. Pp [1]-71,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. Contains articles on John and Ebenezer Doan, “Arctic Scenery” on Stratfordshire pottery, the McKendry quilt collection, logging tools, buttons, and more. Of local interest : A View of Windsor, Nova Scotia (by Mary Copeland, pp 40-43). Rubbed, else very good. 15.00

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