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1 ACKER, Sarah and Lewis JACKSON. Images of Our Past series. Historic Shelburne, 1870-1950. First Edition
Nimbus Publishing, Halifax, 2001, ISBN:1551093561 
ACKER, Sarah and Lewis JACKSON. Historic Shelburne, 1870-1950. (Halifax, NS) : Nimbus Publishing, Co-published by the Shelburne County Museum, (2001).First Printing. Pp (5),vi-viii,[1]-140. Illustrated with 149 b&w photos.. 8vo, photo-illustrated card covers. A volume in the Images of Our Past series. Lewis Jackson (b. 1951). "Drawing from a rich source of images and the collective knowledge of town elders, historians, and researchers, Historic Shelburne chronicles the many lives the community has lived since the firstLoyalistsw arrived more than two centuries ago. From its early success as a sawmilling, shipbuilding, fishing, and trading boomtown to its rebirth asa hub of administrative, military, industrial, and service activity, Shelb urne's incarnations are portrayed not ony in their local glory but also in their wider historical significance. Important events in the industrial revolution, the golden age of sail, the great world wars, and the fight for civil rights have been played out on the shores of Shelburne Harbour. The people of of Shelburne and where they lived, worked, and played, are, of course, a vital part of this proud heritage. Photographs of Shelburne's ancestral homes, businesses, and public buildings, parades, regattas, and picnics capture the true character of this southwestern Nova Scotian town and bring its colourful past to life." - from the cover. Chapters : 1. Streetscapes; 2. Historic Houses; 3. Public Buildings; 4. Business and Industry; 5. Ships, Boats and Yachts (pp.69-86); 6. Special Events; 7. Sport & Leisure; 8. Shelburne at War (pp.119-126); 9. Our People. Of nautical interest there are photos of several schooners (Charlie Richardson, Mattie Morrissey, Albert J. Lutz, Lavengro, Jennie E. Ritcey, Canadia, Haligonian, & Fort Charles) aswell as a few other assorted vessels including the steam-trawler Harbinger , a pair of RCAF crash boats, a Shelburne-built minesweeper, an Italian subin 1917 and the freshly surrendered U-889 in 1945. Also wharf & shipyard s cenes, &c. Very good. 30.00

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2 American Shipmasters' Association Record of American and Foreign Shipping
American Shipmasters' Association, New York, 1877, 
(American Shipmasters' Association). Record of American and Foreign Shipping. Established 1867. Surveys Made and Complied under the Direction of the American Shipmasters' Association, with the Sanction of The New York Board of Underwriters, to Provide a Standard American Classification of Vessels. New York : American Shipmasters' Association, January 1st, 1877. Pp lix,(1),1- Thick large 8vo, full gilt decorated black leather.
The American Shipmasters' Association (later to become the American Bureau of Shipping) produced these Lloyds-like registers annually. This is an uncommon early edition.
Each vessel is described using thirteen occasionally connecting columns:
For example
1.Number / Official Number / Signal Letters 926 / 48,192 / VRMJ 2. Vessel's Name and Master. Horton / Martell 3. Rig. Sch 4. / 5.: Nation, Port Belonging to, Br / Halifax Reg. Dimensions: Length, Breadth, Depth. 82 / 24.3 / 10.2 6. Tons / Decks / Draft. 122 7./8. Built: When / Where / Builder. '64 / Maitland, N.S. 9. Owners. H. Martell 10. Remarks. M;If;S;rps5,71 11. Years.12. Rate. 2 13. Last Survey. Port 5 '71

1. Number / Official Number / Sign al Letters 445 / 36,900 / SBQW 2. Vessel's Name and Master. Eliza Frazer / H. Savage 3. Rig. Bk 4. / 5.: Nation, Port Belonging to, Br / Colchester Reg. Dimensions: Length, Breadth, Depth. 104.2 / 26.5 / 11.9 6. Tons / Decks / Draft. 193 7./8. Built: When / Where / Builder. '61 4 / Merigomish, N.S. 9. Owners. Wm. B. Jones 10. Remarks. M;Icf;Z3;63 11. Years. 12. Rate. 13. Last Survey. N.Y. 7 '63

As one would expect many Nova Scotian coastal towns listed under "Where Builder": Advocate, Antigonish, Annapolis, Apple River,Arichat, Argyle, Aylesford, Baddeck, Barrington, Bay de Vert, Bear River, Beaver River, Bedford Basin, Black Rock, Black River, Bras d'Or, [Cape Breton], Bridgetown, Broad Cove, Burncoat, Canning, Cape Cove, Cape George, Chester, Cheverie, Church Point, Clementsport, Clifton, Clyde River, Colchester, Cornwallis, Digby, Economy, French Town, Granville, Green Cove, Green Harbour, Guysboro, Halifax, Hall's Harbour, Hampton, Havre Boucher, Hillsborough, Horton, Ingram River, Jordan River, Kempt, La Have, Liscomb, Little Brook, Liverpool, Londonderry, Lower Village, Lunenburg, Maccan, Mahone Bay, Maitland, Margaretville, Merigomish, Meteghan, Mill Creek, Milton, Moose Brook, Moses [Moser] River, Mount Denson New Glasgow, Newport, Noel, North Sydney, Oak Point, Parrsboro, Pereaux, Pictou, Pleasant Cove, Point Brűlé, Pomquet, Port Gilbert, Port Greville, Port Medway, Port Williams, Princeport,Pubnico, Pugwash, Raquette, River Hebert, River John, St. Ann's, Saint Mar y's Bay, Sable River, Salmon Point, Salmon River, Sandy Cove, Scott's Bay, Sheet Harbour, Shelburne, Spry Bay, Summerville, Tatamagouche, Tusket, Wallace, Westport, Weymouth, Wilmot, Windsor, Yarmouth
Wear to edges, some scuffing, else very good. Copy 960. 700.00

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3 AMIRO, Theodora, MacDONALD-MacKENZIE, Marilyn NEWELL, JoAnne (Cline) Sea Tragedy : Wood's Harbour 1950. First Edition, Signed
Sentinel, 1977, 
AMIRO, Theodora, Marilyn MacDONALD-MacKENZIE and JoAnne (Cline) NEWELL. A Sea Tragedy : Wood's Harbour 1950. (Yarmouth : "Printed by Sentinel PrintingLimited", 1977). First Edition. Pp (2),[1]-107,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, blue card covers. Contents : 1. Maps; 2. Captain Vincent Relates; 3. A Crew Mem ber's Story; 4. The Debutante Story; 5. The Last Boat to Safety - (a) as related by Captain Clifford Nickerson, (b) as related by Chesley Nickerson; 6. A Worried Wife; 7. Poetry in the Midst of Tragedy; 8. Views from Land; 9.Concerned Communities; 10. Photographs; 11. Summary; 12. Biographies. Very good. Signed, without inscription, by JoAnne Newell. 30.00

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4 Anglican Church). HARRIS, R.V.). Two Hundred and Fifty Years Young : Our Diocesan Story 1710-1960
1960, 
(Anglican Church). Two Hundred and Fifty Years Young : Our Diocesan Story 1710-1960. Published in thanksgiving for two hundred and fifty years of continuous Anglican worship in the area comprising the diocese of Nova Scotia. N.pl. : n.pub., n.d. First Edition. Pp (2),[i]-viii,[1]-168,(6). With b&w photos and other illustrations throughout. 8vo, b&w photo-illustrated grey card covers, white spine, black lettering to spine. Cover title: 250 Years Young : Our Diocesan Story 1710-1960. Spine title: Two Hundred and Fifty Years Young. Foreword by Robert Harold, Bishop of Nova Scotia. Introduction byWilliam Wallace, Bishop Coadjutor. Contents: 1. Chancellor R.V. Harris's " Royal City of Queen Anne (Annapolis Royal Story, 1710)"; 2. Harris's "FIrstChurch in Halifax (Story of St. Paul's); 3. Harris's "The Loyalists and ou r First Bishop (The Rt. Rev. Charles Inglis, 1787-1816); 4. Bishop Davis's "First K.C.S. Boy becomes our third Bishop (The Rt. Rev. John Inglis, 1825-1850); 5. Davis's 'Birth of our Diocesan Synod (The Rt. Rev. Hibbert Binney, 1851-1887); 6. Dr. A.W. Cunningham's "The Church and Education (Kings College, K.C.S. and Edgehill"; 7. Harris's "The Cathedral Movement (Cathedralspast and present); 8. Rev. Kennedy B. Wainwright's (rector of Stewiacke an d Shubenacadie) "The Church on the South Shore (Including Lunenburg and Shelburne deaneries)"; 9. Very Rev. E.B.N. Cochran and Bishop Davis's "The Church in the Valley: Part I: The Deanery of Avon and Part II: The Deanery of Annapolis"; 10. Rev. H.Y. McLean's (rector of St. George's Sydney) "The Church in Isle Royale (The Cape Breton Story)"; 11. Rev. Canon E.M. Malone andMajor T.E. McNutt's "The Church in the Island Province (The Prince Edward Island Story)"; 12. Wainwright's "The Church in the Northern Counties (The Amherst Deanery Story)"; 13. Rev. Philip C. Jefferson's "The Church on the Eastern Shore"; 14. Davis's "The Church in the See City (The Halifax Deanery Story)"; 15. Rev. A. Stanley Hart's (rector of North Dartmouth) "The Diocese To-day (Final Chapter)". Very good. 15.00

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5 APT Bulletin) HARVEY, Mary Mackay STEWART, John BUGGEY, Susan APT : Bulletin of the Association for Preservation Technology, Vol. 07, Nos. 2, 1975
Association for Preservation Technology APT, Ottawa, 1975, 
(APT Bulletin). APT : Bulletin of the Association for Preservation Technology, Vol. VII, No. 2, 1975. (Ottawa : APT, 1975). Pp (1),i-v,1-130. Illustrated. 4to, illustrated white stapled card covers. Contents : Some Personal Observations on the Use of Paint in Early Ontario (by Jeanne Minhinnick); Gardens of Shelbume, Nova Scotia 1785-1820 (by Mary Mackay Harvey, pp 32-73);"A Choice Assortment of Paper Hangings for Sale by the Subscribers" (by Do rothy Duncan); Metal Ceilings in the U.S (by Mary Dierickx); A Case For TheCommemoration of Historic Landscapes and Gardens (by John Stewart and Susa n Buggey); The Peter Wentz House — 18th Century Sponge Tainting in Pennsylvania (by Frank Sagendorph Welsh). Inkstamp, else very good. 30.00

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Gideon White, Loyalist.  First Edition, ARCHIBALD, Mary
6 ARCHIBALD, Mary Gideon White, Loyalist. First Edition
Shelburne Historical Society, Shelburne, 1975, 1975 
ARCHIBALD, Mary. Gideon White, Loyalist. [Shelburne] : (Shelburne Historical Society, August 1975). First Printing. Pp (6),1-64,(4), + 8-page central section of illustrations. Includes a genealogical chart at rear. 8vo, white cardcovers, with the Union Jack in colour on front cover.
"Published with the assistance of The Nova Scotia Museum as part of the Cultural Services Program of the Department of Education."

Printed by McCurdy Printing, Halifax.

Vaison, Nova Scotia Past and Present : A Bibliography and Guide, p.58.

"Nearly two hundred years ago thousands of Loyalists of the American Revolution migrated to British North America Most of them initially came to Nova Scotia, the largest single group leaving New York in ships that finaliy dropped anchorat Port Roseway, the tiny community lying on the magnificent waterway now known as Shelburne Harbour.

For a time their community was the largest in British North America, but in a few years for many complicated reasons, the Port Roseway Associates' dream of establishing a capital port of North America began to fade. Many of these Loyalists moved on to the island that is now Prince Edward Island, to the region that is now the province of Ontario, to the region tnat is now the province of New Brunswick, to other parts of Nova Scotia or to England. Some returned to their former homes in the new United States of America.

But some of the Loyalists who came to Port Roseway stayed in the town that was renamed Shelburne by Governor John Parr of Nova Scotia in the summer or 1783 wnen he made his first visit to the settlement that many thought would become a thriving centre of commerce and government. This is the story of one of these Loyalists. Gideon White came to make his home here in the spring of 1784 and made this place the centre of his life till he died here in 1833. Some of his descendants still live in our town. Others have made their homes in Liverpool, in Windsor and in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Some reside in the United States. Perhaps this story will spark accounts of other Loyalists of the American Revolution who stayed in our province and who, with their descendants helped build, within the frame-work of non-violence and membership in the British Empire, the democratic province of Nova Scotia, the Dominion of Canada and the British Commonwealth of Nations." - the preface.

Contents:
1. Gideon White, Loyalist;
2. Shelburne;
3. The Land;
4. The Family;
5. What is War?;
6. What is Peace?

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7 ARCHIBALD, Mary, Elizabeth deMOLITOR, and Cathy HOLMES DEMOLITOR, Elizabeth HOLMES, Cathy BOWER, Finn Loyalist Dress in Nova Scotia, 1775-1800. pbk.
Shelburne County Museum, with the assistance of the Nova Scotia Museum, Halifax, 1982, 
ARCHIBALD, Mary, Elizabeth deMOLITOR, and Cathy HOLMES. Loyalist Dress in Nova Scotia, 1775-1800 . Drawings by Finn Bower. Halifax: published by the Shelburne County Museum with the assistance of the Nova Scotia Museum, 1982.Pp. (4),1-67,(1). Illustrated. 4to, illustrated stapled yellow card covers . Vg. 15.00

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8 ATKINSON, Heather Doane & Eleanor Robertson SMITH Land of My Fathers : Shelburne County Nova Scotia's Early Welsh Families. Volume 1.
Stoneycroft Publishing, 1989, ISBN:0969191324 
ATKINSON, Heather Doane and Eleanor Robertson SMITH. Land of My Fathers : Shelburne County Nova Scotia's Early Welsh Families. [Volume 1]. Compiled and Written by Heather Doane Atkinson and Eleanor Robertson Smith This publication to benefit the Shelburne County Genealogical Society. Yarmouth : Stoneyrcroft Publishing, (1989). First Edition. Pp (4),v-xiv,1-122. Illustrated. Map. 8vo, decorated white cardcovers. Contents : Genealogy of Davis, Jones, Richards and Thomas Families : Davis, Jones (painter), Jones (mason), Richards, Thomas. Very good. 50.00

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9 ATKINSON, Heather Doane SMITH, Eleanor Robertson Land of My Fathers : Shelburne County Nova Scotia's Early Welsh Families. Volume 1. Double signed
Stoneycroft Publishing, 1989, ISBN:0969191324 
ATKINSON, Heather Doane and Eleanor Robertson SMITH. Land of My Fathers : Shelburne County Nova Scotia's Early Welsh Families. [Volume 1]. Compiled and Written by Heather Doane Atkinson and Eleanor Robertson Smith This publication to benefit the Shelburne County Genealogical Society. Yarmouth : Stoneyrcroft Publishing, (1989). First Edition. Pp (4),v-xiv,1-122. With 29 b& w photos and otherillustrations. Map. 8vo, decorated white cardcovers. Contents : Genealogy of Davis, Jones, Richards and Thomas Families : Davis, Jones (painter), Jones (mason), Richards, Thomas. Double signed : i.e., signedby both Atkinson and Smith. Very good. 50.00

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10 BAILEY, L.W. Preliminary Report on Geological Investigations in South-Western Nova Scotia
DAWSON, S.E., Queen's Printer, 1895, 
BAILEY, L.W. Preliminary Report on Geological Investigations in South-Western Nova Scotia. Ottawa : S.E. Dawson, 1895. Pp [1q]-21q,(3). 8vo, rebound in library card covers. Short tears to edges, pieces missing from rear blank, else good to very good. 25.00

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11 Barrington) Barrington Township, Shelburne County, Nova Scotia : The New England of thePilgrims Survives in Western Nova Scotia A District of Indescribable Char m
1954, 
(Barrington). Barrington Township, Shelburne County, Nova Scotia : The New England of the Pilgrims Survives in Western Nova Scotia A District of Indescribable Charm. (Yarmouth : Blauveldt Publicity), February, 1954. (Printed by The Lawson Publishing Co. Ltd., Yarmouth, N.S.). Pp (8). Illustrated. Many Advertisements. 8vo, card covers. Vg. 15.00

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12 BEBB, James T Quest for the Phantom Fleet. signed
1992, 
BEBB, James T. Quest for the Phantom Fleet. (S.l.): The author, 1992. Pp. (8),1-200,(4). Illustrated. 8vo, ill. cream card covers with black letteringto front cover and spine. The first volume of this expatriate Welshman's m aritime history of Lockeport, Nova Scotia centers on the fishery and the region's trade with New England and the West Indies. Contents: 1. Portrait ofa Master Builder: H.M. Allen, 1855-1937; 2. Fast Ship Round Cape Horn (lif e and times of the Schooner Ida M. Clarke, part 1); 3. "Talking Gloucester"; 4. The Olympia Salvage Dispute; 5. The Iron Horse Arrives; 6. 1905, Bay of Islands to Boston; 7. 1906, Trade Winds; 8. "Adios Puerto Rico y Habana" (Collapse of trade with the West Indies); 9. White Gold -- Turks Island Salt; 10. Three Fishing Seasons -- and the Last; 11. Naming Names (men of the Ida M. Clarke); 12. Moment of Glory (fastest schooner around The Horn, part2); 13. Howard Allen's New Partner; 14. New Venture, New Headaches; 15. "B ack to Reality": Newfoundland Parties; 16. Post War Boom (Thomas M. Rawding-- Lockeport Shipbuilding Co.); 17. Swan Song (The Schooner Tessie Aubery) ; 18. Another Day, Another Dollar (or two): Shipyard Workers and Wages. Very good. With errata slip pasted in at end of table of Contents. Signed by the author. 50.00

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13 BEBB, James T Saga of the Rugged Islands. First Edition
1993, 1993 
BEBB, James T. Saga of the Rugged Islands. [Lockeport, Nova Scotia] : The author, 1993. First Edition. Pp. (6),1-256,(2). With 10 b&w photos as well as maps and other illustrations in the text. 8vo, printed white card covers iwth blue lettering to front, blank spine.

James Trevor Bebb (b.1926 Berlew, Wales - d. 2006).

The author, once the owner of what surely was the only Cape Island lobster boat in all of Wales, here continues the maritime history of Lockeport, Nova Scotia begun in Quest for the Phantom Fleet. While the book suffers somewhat from the diffuseness common to local histories, this is largely recompensed by a felicitous prose style.

Contents:
"Sebunsik";
"Rugged" Islands;
The New England Planters;
In Favour of Simeon Perkins;
Alarums and Excursions;
The Arrival of the Loyalists;
Early Ragged Islands Seamen;
The First 'Labradormen';
Bounties Galore;
Early Days;
Beneath Another Sky;
All Set;
Trade With Ports Other Than Those in the West Indies;
The Rising Generation;
The Big Leap Forward in Ragged Islands;
Spreading Their Wings;
A Window on Mid-Century Ragged Islands;
Lockes Island Artisans;
Ragged Islands Fishermen;
Small Fry;
What's In a Name?

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14 BIRD, Will R. To Love and To Cherish. 2nd printing in dustjacket
Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1953, 
BIRD, Will R. To Love and To Cherish. Toronto : The Ryerson Press, (December. 1953). Second Printing. Pp (6),1-309,(5). 8vo, green cloth, blue lettering to spine. Laugher p.38, Watters p.249, Rhodenizer p.767. ''The little village of Hugglesfield, Connecticut, like the rest of America, was torn by the American Revolution. Heber Marrack followed his parents to seek refuge in New York, and there he met Honesty Bartley, but Fate soon separated them.Heber made his way to Nova Scotia with the Port Roseway Associates to foun d the town of Shelburne. Honesty, after many trials, later finds her way tothe same maritime community, only to be followed by a sad ghost from the p ast, and for a while they are separated again. This story, packed with adventure, stark horror and vivid pathos, makes the Revolutionary period live again.'' - from the dj. Very good in worn dustjacket. 15.00

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15 Black History Month Afro-Nova Scotian Portraits.
Chronicle-Herald and The Mail-Star. , Halifax, 1993, 
(Black History Month). Afro-Nova Scotian Portraits. (Halifax, N.S.) : A Special Project of The Chronicle-Herald and The Mail-Star. Friday, February 19, 1993. Pp 1-20 including covers. Illustrated. Quintuple Column. 4to, unbound newsprint. Contents : Reconstructive artist (Artist, pictured on the cover, keeps his past alive with sketches); Gerrish Street Hall (Building served as focal point for N.S. black community); Breaking new ground (Mayoraltytaught Daureen Lewis lesson of perseverance); Black Loyalist's struggle (M any founders of Shelburne left for Sierra Leone in 1792); The Pier's Calypso Beat (Immigrant from Caribbean learned Hungarian inside coke ovens); Stairs Street School (A former student remembers his days at segregated school); Joining the community (Chicago-born psychologist shows he's 'staying here; A journey home (New Glasgow native restored ties with family, church); A spiritual man (Deacon recalls role of church in history of Preston); Facingup to adversity (Teacher's fight against racism carries into school). Spin e browned, vertical fold, else very good. 15.00

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16 CALL, Frank Oliver La TOUR, Charles de) Spell of Acadia, The. 1st in dj
L.C. Page, Boston, 1930, 
CALL. Frank Oliver. The Spell of Acadia. Illustrated. Boston : L.C. Page & Company, (May 1930). First Impression. Pp (4),v-x,1-427,(5), frontis., fldg.map + 49 plates. 8vo, dec.green cloth, t.e.g. Watters p.954, Rhodenizer p.85, Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 3512. "[F]or the matierial of which he travelled in the Maritime region in his "bluebird" motor car." - Rhodenizer. Chapters: 1. Acadia Calls; 2. The River St.John; 3. Fort Anne; 4. Grand-Pre; 5.A Low and Beautiful Land; 6. La Tour; 7. Historic Louisbourg; 8. The Lilac Trail to Louisbourg; 9. Acadia in Poetry; 10. The Loyalists and Shelburne; 11. The Magdalen Islands; 12. Along Acadian Trails. A bright copy in vg, e dgeworn dj. 125.00

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17 CALL, Frank Oliver La TOUR, Charles de) Spell of Acadia, The. No dj
L.C. Page, Boston, 1930, 
CALL. Frank Oliver. The Spell of Acadia. Illustrated. Boston : L.C. Page & Company, (May 1930). First Impression. Pp (4),v-x,1-427,(5), frontis., fldg.map + 49 plates. 8vo, dec.green cloth, t.e.g. Watters p.954, Rhodenizer p.85, Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 3512. "[F]or the matierial of which he travelled in the Maritime region in his "bluebird" motor car." - Rhodenizer. Chapters: 1. Acadia Calls; 2. The River St.John; 3. Fort Anne; 4. Grand-Pre; 5.A Low and Beautiful Land; 6. La Tour; 7. Historic Louisbourg; 8. The Lilac Trail to Louisbourg; 9. Acadia in Poetry; 10. The Loyalists and Shelburne; 11. The Magdalen Islands; 12. Along Acadian Trails. Front inner hinge crac ked, some wear to edges and extremities, much of spine and front gilt worn away, name, else good. 30.00

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18 CAMPBELL, J..R., Rev. Canadiana Reprint Series No. 29 History of the County of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Mika reprint
Mika Studio, Belleville, ON, 1972, 
CAMPBELL, J..R., Rev. A History of the County of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Belleville, ON : Mika Studio, 1972. Facsimile of the original edition published in 1876 by J. & A. McMillan, Saint John, NB. Pp. (14),[vii]-xvi,[1]-200. With 10 illustrations. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt titles to front and spine. Errata slip pasted to inside front cover. Canadiana Reprint Series No. 29. Contents : Introductory Chapter. I. Limits of the County - Physical character - Climate - Natural History. II. Introductory Historical Facts - Earliest references. III. Aboriginal Inhabitants - Indian relics - French settlers and settlements. IV. Early English settlers - The county known to American fishermen before settled - Government offers to intending settlers - Grants. V. The first arrivals - Their locations, condition and first experiences. VI. Progress of the work of Settlement - Committee appointed by Council - Rules for their guidance. VII. Continued influx till 1764 - First notice of Argyle and Publico - Mr. Crawley's return - Personal references. VIII. Increase between 1764-7 - Township grant - Marks of progress - Grist amd Saw Mills. IX. Opening up of the County by-roads - Public worship - First Ministers - Chebogue Church raised. X. Township of Argyle - When set apart - Successive settlement of Argyle, Tusket, Eel Brook and Pubnico - the D'Entremonts. XI. Fresh arrivals - Memorial for a Re-adjustment of County limits - Colonial troubles of 1755 - Politics of the period. XII. Third Decade 1780-90 -Loyalists Element in the County - Cape Forchue meeting house - Escheated p roperty - Partition of the Township of Yarmouth - Original settlers of Tusket - Church Covenant of 1784. XIII. Commercial progress - Fishing; Early local merchants - Yarmouth made a Port of Shelburne; J.N. Bond - Religious Revolution; Henry Alline - Jonathan Scott - Harris Harding; Religious Census - Original home and first locations of early settlers. XIV. Opening of the Nineteenth Century - Condition of Roads and Bridges - Institution of the Post Office - H.G. Farish - Progress in Public Buildings - Episcopal Church -Abbe Sigogne - Social Conveniences. XV. Supremacy of Yarmouth gradually as serted - War of 1812-14 - Loyal Memorial - Defences. XVI. The Story of Yarmouth Shipping Enterprise - Anthony Landers - Rise of the Methodist body - The Free Baptists - Rise and Progress of Sunday Schools. XVII. Social Progress of 1800 - Negro Slaves - New Settlements - Salmon River - Kemptville - Beaver River - Ohio - Hebron - Carleton - Temperance and Total Abstinance Societies - Great Fire of 1820. XVIII. Political and Educational progress - Confederation - Incorporation - Judicial history of the County - Courts - Common Pleas - Our Schools and School-Masters. XIX. Literature - Literary remains - The Press. XX. Celebration of the Centennial Anniversary of the Settlement of Yarmouth. XXI. The Town of Yarmouth - Churches; Schools - Privateresidences - Banks - Insurance offices - Manufacturers - Agricultural Soci eties - Synopsis - Steam by Land and Water - Fisheries - General Trade - Recapitulation. Owner's name, else very good. 50.00

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19 CAMPBELL, J..R., Rev. Canadiana Reprint Series No. 29. History of the County of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Mika reprint
Mika Studio, Belleville, ON, 1972, ISBN:0919302408 
CAMPBELL, J..R., Rev. A History of the County of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Belleville, ON : Mika Studio, 1972. Facsimile of the original edition published in 1876 by J. & A. McMillan, Saint John, NB. Pp. (14),[vii]-xvi,[1]-200. With 10 illustrations. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt titles to front and spine. Errata slip pasted to inside front cover. Canadiana Reprint Series No. 29. Contents : Introductory Chapter. I. Limits of the County - Physical character - Climate - Natural History. II. Introductory Historical Facts - Earliest references. III. Aboriginal Inhabitants - Indian relics - French settlers and settlements. IV. Early English settlers - The county known to American fishermen before settled - Government offers to intending settlers - Grants. V. The first arrivals - Their locations, condition and first experiences. VI. Progress of the work of Settlement - Committee appointed by Council - Rules for their guidance. VII. Continued influx till 1764 - First notice of Argyle and Publico - Mr. Crawley's return - Personal references. VIII. Increase between 1764-7 - Township grant - Marks of progress - Grist amd Saw Mills. IX. Opening up of the County by-roads - Public worship - First Ministers - Chebogue Church raised. X. Township of Argyle - When set apart - Successive settlement of Argyle, Tusket, Eel Brook and Pubnico - the D'Entremonts. XI. Fresh arrivals - Memorial for a Re-adjustment of County limits - Colonial troubles of 1755 - Politics of the period. XII. Third Decade 1780-90 -Loyalists Element in the County - Cape Forchue meeting house - Escheated p roperty - Partition of the Township of Yarmouth - Original settlers of Tusket - Church Covenant of 1784. XIII. Commercial progress - Fishing; Early local merchants - Yarmouth made a Port of Shelburne; J.N. Bond - Religious Revolution; Henry Alline - Jonathan Scott - Harris Harding; Religious Census - Original home and first locations of early settlers. XIV. Opening of the Nineteenth Century - Condition of Roads and Bridges - Institution of the Post Office - H.G. Farish - Progress in Public Buildings - Episcopal Church -Abbe Sigogne - Social Conveniences. XV. Supremacy of Yarmouth gradually as serted - War of 1812-14 - Loyal Memorial - Defences. XVI. The Story of Yarmouth Shipping Enterprise - Anthony Landers - Rise of the Methodist body - The Free Baptists - Rise and Progress of Sunday Schools. XVII. Social Progress of 1800 - Negro Slaves - New Settlements - Salmon River - Kemptville - Beaver River - Ohio - Hebron - Carleton - Temperance and Total Abstinance Societies - Great Fire of 1820. XVIII. Political and Educational progress - Confederation - Incorporation - Judicial history of the County - Courts - Common Pleas - Our Schools and School-Masters. XIX. Literature - Literary remains - The Press. XX. Celebration of the Centennial Anniversary of the Settlement of Yarmouth. XXI. The Town of Yarmouth - Churches; Schools - Privateresidences - Banks - Insurance offices - Manufacturers - Agricultural Soci eties - Synopsis - Steam by Land and Water - Fisheries - General Trade - Recapitulation. Errata slip pasted inside front cover. Faint soiling to spine, bookplate, else very good. 40.00

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20 CAMPBELL, Joan P., ed. Nova Scotia Genealogist, 9:3) PUNCH, Terrence M. ROBERTSON, Allan B. Nova Scotia Genealogist, Volume 09, Number 3, Fall 1991
Genealogical Association of Nova Scotia, Halifax, 1991, 
CAMPBELL, Joan P., ed. The Nova Scotia Genealogist, Volume 09, Number 3, Fall 1991. Halifax: Genealogical Association of Nova Scotia, 1991. Pp. (5),10-150. 8vo, stapled printed red card covers. Includes the following articles: Peggy Gibson's "Downe Family Bible"; Terrence M. Punch's "Marriage & Baptism of Non-residents, Chester, 1814-1839"; Doris Whipple Jones-Baker's "Jones & Hanford Family Bible"; Allan B. Robertson's "Hobbits and Bluenoses"; Punch, Pat Bayliss, and Jean Doane's "Nova Scotia Strays", Donald R. Sutherland's "Grandpa Writes..."; Kim Gorveatt's "Amherst Township Historical Society"; and Betty Camp and Barbara deGreeff Campbell's "Lost Mariners of Shelburne County 1856-1891 Publication Announcement". With reviews and regular features. Very good. 10.00

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