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1 AFENDRAS, Evangelos A., and Eddie C.Y. Kuo (eds). Language and Society in Singapore.
Singapore University Press, Singapore, 1980, ISBN:9971690179 
AFENDRAS, Evangelos A., and Eddie C.Y. Kuo (eds). Language and Society in Singapore. (Singapore) : Singapore University Press, (1980). Pp (8),[1]-300.Index. 8vo, orange card covers, lettered in black. “Singapore is a multili ngual society with a variety of languages and dialects. Language is a majorfactor not only in social interaction but also in social policy planning. In recent years a number of studies have been undertaken which probe aspects of language use or choice in the social contexts of Singapore. These studies span several disciplines, methodologies and areas of focus, but they all converge on the role and function of language in the Singapore society. This volume brings together the theoretical analyses and empirical findings available. The areas covered are the sociolinguistic classification of the community, language and the major institutions, and language policy and language shift. There is also an integrative overview and a bibliographic analysis of works on the sociology of language in Singapore.” (from the back cover). Spine sunned to yellow,, light edgewear, else very good. 25.00

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Poland's Freedom of the Sea.. 1st UK in dj , BAGINSKI, Henryk.
2 BAGINSKI, Henryk. Poland's Freedom of the Sea.. 1st UK in dj
Henry Holt, 1942, 
BAGINSKI, Henryk. Poland's Freedom of the Sea. Foreword by Lieut.-General M. Kukiel. Kirkcaldy : Allen Lithographic Co Ltd, Kirkcaldy, (June) 1942. Second [First UK] Edition. Pp 137, frontis.+ 19 leaves of plates. 8vo, blue cloth. Law 1577. "His previous writings have found complete if tragic confirmation in the light of recent events. He has now connected them with the present. His work is enriched by a great wealth of fact, quotation and bibliographic reference. He has made it an extremely valuable source of information for all Poles abroad and therefore a potent weapon in the struggle for one of the most vital rights of the Polish nation". Translated by Peter Jordan. Specically nautical chapters : 13. German Propaganda against Poland's Freedom of the Sea; 14. The Slavs as Navigators; 15. Early Poland as a Maritime Country; 16. Gdynia, the Outcome of Poland's Need for Several Baltic Ports; 17.Poland's Independence Guaranteed by the Freedom of the Sea and by the Polish Merchant Marine; 18. The Polish Navy; 19. Danzig id the Natural Port of Poland. With bibliography and index. Bookplate partially removed, owvg in chipped dj. 85.00

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3 BARBOUR, Thomas. Cuban Ornithology. With Two Plates. Memoirs of the Nuttall Ornithological Club, No. 9
Nuttall Ornithological Club, Cambridge, Mass., 1943, 
BARBOUR, Thomas. Cuban Ornithology. With Two Plates. Memoirs of the NuttallOrnithological Club, No. IX. Cambridge, Mass.: Published by the Club, Augu st, 1943. Pp [1]-144, frontis + 1 plate. Index. 4to, green cloth, gilt lettering to spine. An unillustrated book on the birds of Cuba. Very good to fine in a plain brown dustwrapper. 70.00

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4 BATCHELDER, Charles Foster. BREWSTER, William Bibliography of the Published Writings of William Brewster. Memoirs of the Nuttall Ornithological Club, No. 10
Nuttall Ornithological Club, Cambridge, Mass., 1951, 
BATCHELDER, Charles Foster. A Bibliography of the Published Writings of William Brewster. Memoirs of the Nuttall Ornithological Club, No. X. Cambridge, Mass.: Published by the Club, February, 1951. Pp [1]-54,(2). Index. 4to, green cloth, gilt lettering to front board. Very good to fine in a plain brown dustwrapper. 30.00

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5 BATCHELDER, Samuel F. Bits of Harvard History. ex-lib
Harvard University Press, 1924, 
BATCHELDER, Samuel F. Bits of Harvard History. Cambridge. MA: Harvard University Press, 1924. Pp. 323. With forty-nine illustrations, including frontis. 8vo, red cloth, gilt titles to spine. t.e.g. Beach, A Bibliographic Guide to American Colleges and Universities : From Colonial Times to the Present 999. Ex-library (numbering to spine and title page, blind-stamp), chip tothe head of sunned spine, light shelfwear to lower edges, small inkstamp t o ffep, else vg. 30.00

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6 BENTLEY, C. Carter. Ethnicity and Nationality : A Bibliographic Guide.
University of Washington Press, Seattle and London , 1981, ISBN:0295958537 
BENTLEY, C. Carter. Ethnicity and Nationality : A Bibliographic Guide. Seattle and London : University of Washington Press, (1981). First Edition. Pp [i]-xxii,[1]-381,(53). 8Vo, maroon cloth, gilt lettering to front board andspine. Corners bumped, else near-fine. 25.00

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7 Bibliography - Nautical] Dag Hammarskjold Library, Bibliographic Series, no. 25) Sea : A Select Bibliography on the Legal, Political, Economic and Technological Aspects, 1976-1978
United Nations, New York, 1978, 
[Bibliography - Nautical]. The Sea : A Select Bibliography on the Legal, Political, Economic and Technological Aspects, 1976-1978 / La Mer: Bibliographe sélective concernant les apsects juridiques, politiques, économiques et techniques, 1976-1978. New York : United Nations, 1978. Pp. (i)-vii,[1],1-53,[3]. Double column. 4to, printed stapled blue card covers. Dag Hammarskjold Library, Bibliographic Series, no. 25. Papadakis, International Law of the Sea: A Bibliography 4487. "United Nations Publication. Sales no.: E/F.78.I.3." "Compiled for the Third United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea, to be held in Geneva, 28 March-12 May 1978." Spine and fore-edge sunned, else very good. 50.00

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8 BISHOP, Olga B., Barbara I. IRWIN, and Clara G. MILLER. Bibliography of Ontario History 1867-1976 : Cultural, Economic, Political, Social. [In Two Volumes]. A project of the Ontario Historical Studies Series for the Government of Ontario
University of Toronto Press, Toronto , 1980, ISBN:0802023592 
BISHOP, Olga B., Barbara I. IRWIN, and Clara G. MILLER. Bibliography of Ontario History 1867-1976 : Cultural, Economic, Political, Social. [In Two Volumes]. A project of the Ontario Historical Studies Series for the Government of Ontario. Toronto : Published by University of Toronto Press, (1980). Pp [i]-xviii,[1]-823,(3); [i]-x,(2),[825]-1760. Index. 8vo, blue cloth, silver lettering to front board and spine. Volume I : Bibliographical Works – General Works – Biographical Works – Climate and Physiography – Economic History – Social History. Volume II : Government and Politics – Cultural and Intellectual History – Local History – Urban and Rural Planning – Environment – Appendices – Index. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL APPLY DUE TO ITS ENORMOUS WEIGHT. Corners bumped, else very good. The 2-volume set for 40.00

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9 BLACK, J.L. Centre for Canadian-Soviet Studies, Bibliographic Guide, No. 1 Soviet Perception of Canada, 1917-1987. Supplement 1 : 1988-1989
Centre for Canadian-Soviet Studies, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, 1990, 
BLACK, J.L. Soviet Perception of Canada, 1917-1987. Supplement 1 : 1988-1989. Ottawa, Canada : Centre for Canadian-Soviet Studies, Carleton University, August 1990. Pp (4),1-[95],i-[xx]. Illustrated. 4to, illustrated green card covers, front cover lettered in black, with a blank spine. The Centre for Canadian-Soviet Studies, Bibliographic Series, No. 1. Contents : Volume 1. Chapter 1 : A. Books / Pamphlets; B. Artlcles / Chapters / Revtew Essays.Chapter 2. Canadian Authors Translated Into Russian. Canadians Who Write f or Soviet Magazines and Journals. Chapter 3 : World Marxist Review; The NewTimes. Volume 2. Soviet Newspaper Reporting on Canada : 1988; 1989. Indexe s : Subjects and Authors. Addendum : Soviet Perception of Canada, 1917-1987: An Annotated Bibliographic Guide (1989): Subject Indexes. Very good. 45.00

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10 BROWN, Edward E., Carol A. FISHER, and John B. WEBSTER (compilers). Bibliography of Malawi
Program of Eastern African Studies, Syracuse University, Syracuse, N.Y., 1965, 
BROWN, Edward E., Carol A. FISHER, and John B. WEBSTER (compilers). A Bibliography of Malawi. (Syracuse, N.Y.) : Program of Eastern African Studies, Syracuse University, (1965). Pp (6),1-161,(1). Indexes. 8vo, illustrated white stapled caed covers. Syracuse University Eastern African BibliographicalSeries, No. 1, Malawi. Rubbed, else very good. 15.00

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11 BUTCHER, Dennis, Catherine MACDONALD, Margaret E. McPHERSON, eds. Prairie Spirit : Perspectives on the Heritage of the United Church of Canada in the West. Paperback.
University of Manitoba Press, Winnipeg, 1985, ISBN:0887556140 
BUTCHER, Dennis, Catherine MACDONALD, Margaret E. McPHERSON, Raymond R. SMITH, and A. McKibben WATTS, eds. Prairie Spirit : Perspectives on the Heritage of the United Church of Canada in the West. [Winnipeg]: University of Manitoba Press, (1985). First Paperback Printing. Pp. (12),[xiii]-xv,(28),[28]-388,(4). Illustrated with black and white photos. 8vo, illustrated white card covers with blue and black lettering to spine. "Written in celebrationof the sixtieth anniversary of the United Church of Canada and prepared by the Archives Committee of the Conference of Manitoba and Northwestern Onta rio, this collection of articles explores [...] the issues and concerns of the prairie congregations of the Presbyterian, Methodist and CongregationalChurches that combined in 1925 to form the United Church of Canada." - fro m rear. Contents: 1. Donald Ross's "A guided tour of church architecture inthe Conference of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario: a photo essay"; 2. Ge rald Hutchinson's "British Methodists and the Hudson's Bay Company, 1840-1854"; 3. John Badertscher's "As others saw us"; 4. James D. Marnoch's "John Black"; 5. Catherine Macdonald's "James Robrtson and Presbyterian Church extension in Manitoba and the North West, 1866-1902"; 6. Benjamin Smillie's "The Woodsworths: James and J.S. - father and son"; 7. J. Clark Saunders's "Congregationalism in Manitoba, 1879-1937"; 8. Margaret E. McPherson's "Head, heart and purse: The Presbyterian Women's Missionary Society in Canada, 1876-1925"; 9. Gordon Harland's "John Mark King: First principal of ManitobaCollege"; 10. Michael Owen's "'Keeping Canada God's Country': Presbyterian school-homes for Ruthenian children"; 11. Carol L. Hancock's "Nellie L. Mc Clung: A part of a pattern"; 12. Richard Allen's "Salem Bland and the spirituality of the social gospel: Winnipeg and the West, 1903-1913"; 13. Vera Fast's "The Labor Church in Winnipeg"; 14. Gerald Friesen's "Principal J.H. Riddell: The sane and safe leader of Wesley College"; 15. Raymond R. Smith's "A heritage of healing: Church hospital and medical work in Manitoba, 1900-1977"; 16. N. Keith Clifford's "Chruch union and western Canada"; 17. Smith's "The Chinese United Church of Winnipeg"; 18. Murray McPherson's "George Riddick: A man with a dream"; 19. Hartley Hartland's "Cadurcis: A very rural church"; 20. J. Clark Saunders's "Dand United Church"; 21. Ian Macdonald's "A long goodbye to Mother Church". With the following appendices: I: Catherine Macdonald's "Guide to the United Church Archives, Conference of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario"; II: Neil Semple's "The Central Archives ofthe United Church of Canada: A bibliographic note on Manitoba and northwes tern Ontario". First leaf removed, else very good. 20.00

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Blue Banner : The Presbyterian Church of Saint David and Presbyterian Witness in Halifax. First Edition in dustjacket, CAHILL, Barry, Laurence DeWOLFE, Murray ALARY, Elizabeth A. CHARD DeWOLFE, Laurence CHARD, Elizabeth A. YORKE, Lois
12 CAHILL, Barry, Laurence DeWOLFE, Murray ALARY, Elizabeth A. CHARD DeWOLFE, Laurence CHARD, Elizabeth A. YORKE, Lois Blue Banner : The Presbyterian Church of Saint David and Presbyterian Witness in Halifax. First Edition in dustjacket
McGill-Queens University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2008, ISBN:9780773533585 
CAHILL, Barry, Laurence DeWOLFE, Murray ALARY, Elizabeth A. CHARD, and LoisYORKE. The Blue Banner : The Presbyterian Church of Saint David and Presby terian Witness in Halifax . Montreal and Kingston: "Published for the Presbyterian Church of Saint David by McGill-Queens University Press", (2008). First Edition. Pp. (5),vi-x,(14) of illustrations,(2),[3]-324. Illustrated. 8vo, black paper-covered boards with silver lettering to spine. "The Blue Banner is a case study of the survival of historic denominationalism grounded in resistance to church union. It traces the origins and near demise of Presbyterianism in Nova Scotia and the development of Saint David's from itsbeginnings as a new congregation and the only site of Presbyterian witness in metropolitan Halifax. The authors look at various aspects of congregati onal life - corporate structure and governance, education, worship and music, volunteerism, mission and outreach, and stewardship of the historic siteand building that has been home to Saint David's since the beginning." - f rom the dj flap "The creation of the United Church of Canada meant that two-thirds of the congregations of the Presbyterian Church of Canada - including every Presbyterian congregation in Halifax - vanished. Even before the United Church came into existence, however, non-uniting Presbyterians were forming a new congregation. Once established, Saint David's - heir to no less than four Scottish Presbyterian traditions - represented a new birth of Presbyterianism in Canada. The Blue Banner considers how the story of Saint David's relates to the mainstream of religious historiography and shows what historians can learn from case studies of local churches viewed in historical perspective." - from the rear of dj. Contents: Introduction: "The Church on Pizza Corner". Part One: Origins: 1. Church Union: Movement and Resistance; 2. The "Union" Disruption; 3. Death and Resurrection. Part Two: The Ministers: 4. Colin MacKay Kerr; 5. Frank Lawson; 6. Donald Bruce Mackay; 7. John Pace; 8. Donald Laurence DeWolfe. Part Three: Congregational Life: 9. The Congregation; 10. Worship; 11. Music; 12. Mission and Outreach; 13. Voluntary Organizations; 14. Expansion; 15. Church Property. With appendices. With bibliographic essay, notes, and index. Very good in dustjacket. 25.00

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History of the University of Maryland.  First Edition in dustjacket, CALLCOTT, George H. University of Maryland.
13 CALLCOTT, George H. University of Maryland. History of the University of Maryland. First Edition in dustjacket
Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore, 1966, 
[University of Maryland]. CALLCOTT, George H. A History of the University of Maryland. Baltimore : Maryland Historical Society, 1966. First Edition. Pp viii,(2),422. 16 pp plates. 8vo, brick cloth, gilt lettering to front ands pine.

1. The Idea of a University;
2. Doctors Create a University;
3. The State takes Control
4. Professional Pre-eminence
5. Life and Learning in the Medical School;
6. The Maryland Agricultural College;
7. The Civil War
8. An Agricultural College in an Industrial Age
9. Professional Schools in an Industrial Age
10. The Agricultural College in a Reform Age
11. The Professional Schools in a Reform Age
12. Jazz and Depression
13. The Age of "Curley" Byrd
14. Quantity and Quality.
With bibliographic note and index.

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14 Canadian Permanent Committee on Geographical Names / Comité permanent canad Native Canadian Geographical Names: an annotated bibliography / La toponymie autochtone du Canada: une bibliographic annotée
Canada Centre for Mapping / Centre canadien de cartographie, Ottawa, 1993, ISBN:0660588900 
(Canadian Permanent Committee on Geographical Names / Comité permanent canaden des noms géographiques). Native Canadian Geographical Names: an annotated bibliography / La toponymie autochtone du Canada: une bibliographic annotée. (Ottawa) :Canada Centre for Mapping / Centre canadien de cartographie,1993. Pp (4),i-v,(2),1-158. Index. 4to, black comb bound, illustrated oran ge card covers, lettered in black. Contents : Preface / Préface; Introduction and notes on methodology / Introduction et notes sur la méthodologie; Abbreviations / Abréviations; Native Canadian Geographical Names: an annotated bibliography/ La toponymie autochtone du Canada : une bibliographie annotée; Some references to Native geographical names in other countries / Quelanoc réttnmrcx; h des toponymes autochtones d'autres pays; Periodicals citedin the bibliography / Périodiques cités dans la bibliographie; Hierarchica l list of geographical locations included in the alphabetical index/ Liste hiérarchique des lieux géographiques inclus dans l'index alphabétique; Alphabetical index by geographical location / Index alphabétique par lieux géographiques; Alphabetical index by Natibe groups and Native languages / Indexalphabétique par groupes et langues autochtones; List of entries on method ology / Liste des entrées portant sur la méthodologie; Sample data input form / Spécimen de formulaire d'entrée de données. Very good. 100.00

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15 CEGLAR, Charles A. BARAGA, Frederic Bishop Frederic Baraga : Bibliography
Baragiana Publishing, Hamilton, Ont., 1992, ISBN:0969585608 
CEGLAR, Charles A.. Bishop Frederic Baraga : Bibliography. Hamilton, Ont. :(Baragiana Publishing), 1992. Pp (18),15-312,(2),(2). 8vo, green cloth, gi lt lettering to front board and spine. A bibliographic reference for the study of the Venerable Frederic Irenaeus Baraga (b. June 29, 1797, Mala Vas, Slovenia - d, January 19, 1868, Marquette, Michigan) : The "'Snowshoe priest' of the 19th Century, who was to evangelize the natice people of the Michigan Territory during his 37 years he had spent amongst them. The dedicatedmissionary Frederic Baraga built churches and schools, he travelled thousa nds of miles every year inremote places searching for souls to be christianized. [...] the first bishop of Upper Michigan." - publisher's letter. Verygood in very good dustjacket. 20.00

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16 CHAPMAN, Wayne K. and Janet M. MANSON, (eds.) WOOLF, Virginia) WOOLF, Leonard) Women in the Milieu of Leonard and Virginia Woolf : Peace, Politics and Education
Pace University Press, New York, 1998, ISBN:0944473385 
CHAPMAN, Wayne K. and Janet M. MANSON, (eds.). Women in the Milieu of Leonard and Virginia Woolf : Peace, Politics and Education. Edited by Wayne K. Chapman and Janet M. Manson. New York: Pace University Press, 1998. First Paperback Printing. Pp. (4),v-xviii,(2),3-279,(7). Illustrated. 8vo, blue card covers with white titles to front and spine. "This book is a valuable addition to scholarship on Bloomsbury, the history of women in Britain, and the work of Leonard and Virginia Woolf. It portrays an era and illuminated the work of a number of famous writers by examining less well-known lives andworks that were part of the adaptive complex, or milieu. Several essays an d appendices contribute significantly to our understanding of the extent the Woolfs collaborated with each other and with others. Beside the literary histories of S.P. Rosenbaum, this collection of original essays will be essential reading for students of Bloomsbury and women's history." - from the rear cover. Contents: 1. Sybil Oldfield's "Margaret Llewelyn Davies and Leonard Woolf"; 2. Chapman's "'L.'s Dame Secretaire': Alix Strachey, the Hogarth Press and Bloomsbury Pacifism, 1917-1960"; 3. Nupur Chaudhuri's "Bloomsbury Ancestry: Jane Maria Strachey, Feminism, and Younger Strachey Women"; 4. Barbara Strachey Halpern's "Ray Strachey -- A Memoir"; 5. Meg A. Meneghel's "'Dear Mother': Ray Strachey's Role in Feminism and the League of Nations as Seen from the Lilly Library"; 6. Diane F. Gillespie's "Marie Stopes: Her War for Peace"; 7. Marion Shaw's "Winfred Holtby and the Peace Movement between the Wars"; 8. Patricia Laurence's "A Writing Couple: Shared Ideology in Virginia Woolf's 'Three Guineas' and Leonard Woolf's 'Quack, Quack!'";9. Betty Vernon's "Beatrice Webb and Margaret Cole: Fabian Politics and Pa cifism"; 10. Manson's "Margery Perham, the Fabians, and Colonial Policy"; 11. Sarah Bishop Merrill's "Eleanor Balfour Sidgwick and Henry Sidgwick: Collaborators on the Fourth Guinea"; 12. Evelyn Harris Haller's "Octavia Wilberforce: A Portrait Unrealized". With the following "textual and bibliographic appendices": A. Chapman and Haller's "'Octavia [Wilberforce]'s Story' byVirginia Woolf"; B. Chapman's "Collaborative Reviewing by Leonard and Virg inia Woolf"; and C. Manson's "Notes on 'The Nation and Athenaeum' Archival Records". Very good. 30.00

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17 ECCLES, Henry E. Military Concepts and Philosophy. 2nd pr in dj
Rutgers, 1965, 
ECCLES, Henry E., Rear Admiral, USN, (Ret).. Military Concepts and Philosophy . New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, (copyright 1965). Second Printing. Pp 339. 8vo, maroon cloth. "In this book a military professional sets forth, for the first time in this century, a comprehensive and coherent statement of theories of the past in the light of recent developments in technology, in national and international politics and economics, and in military and civilian thought." - dj. With bibliographic note and index. Vg in nicked dj. 35.00

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18 FABEL, Robin F.A. Economy of British West Florida, 1763-1783. First Edition in dustjacket.
University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa and London, 1988, ISBN:081730312x 
FABEL, Robin F.A. The Economy of British West Florida, 1763-1783. Tuscaloosa and London : The University of Alabama Press, (1988). First Printing. Pp.(8),ix,(3),1-296,(4). 8vo, blue cloth with dark blue lettering to spine, i n grey jacket. "Florida was acquired by the British through diplomacy in 1763 as a spoil of war. In Whitehall, little was known at that time about Florida except that it was a vast territory, stretching from the Mississippi River on the west to the Atlantic Ocean on the east. Soon after the British possession of Florida became a certainty, the British government divided itinto two: East Florida included the peninsula, and West Florida encompasse d the panhandle of the modern state of Florida, about half of present-day Alabama, a large portion of what is now Mississippi, and some of Louisiana. [...] 'The Economy of British West Florida, 1763-1783' examines how the British achieved or failed to achieve their ambitions in the territory of WestFlorida after receiving it from Spain in 1763 as a spoil of war. The book considers whether the province as a whole was economically viable, and whether the generally held belief that British West Florida was an economic failure is a fair historical judgment. Fabel's work is comprehensive in scope and studies aspects of West Florida economic history neglected in previous historical studies of this region, such as the maritime life of the province, the institution of slavery in West Florida, and the potentially great immigration scheme sponsored by the Company of Military Adventurers." - from the dustjacket. Contents: 1. Immigration; 2. Blacks in West Florida; 3. TheIndian and Caribbean Trade; 4. Trading with the Spanish Empire; 5. Plantat ion Life; 6. The Maritime Life of the Province (pp. 126-152); 7. The Company of Military Adventurers; 8. Conclusion. With appendices, bibliographic essay, and index. Very good in dustjacket. 40.00

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19 FALER, Paul, Tom DUBLIN, and Jim O'BRIEN. New England Working Class : A Bibliographic History.
Radical Historians Caucus, Boston, 1972, 
FALER, Paul, Tom DUBLIN, and Jim O'BRIEN. The New England Working Class : ABibliographic History. Boston : Radical Historians Caucus, (1972). Pp 1-24 . 4to, illustrated pink stapled card covers. Edge browned, some pen underlining, else very good. 50.00

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20 FERNALD, Merritt Caldwell History of the Maine State College and the University of Maine. First Edition
University of Maine, Orono, Maine, 1916, 
FERNALD, Merritt Caldwell. History of the Maine State College and the University of Maine. Orono, Maine : University of Maine, 1916. First Edition. Pp(6),7-450,(2), frontispiece + 39 plates. Index. 8vo, maroon cloth, black l ettering to spine. Beach, A Bibliographic Guide to American Colleges and Universities : From Colonial Times to the Present 889; Haskell, Maine, A Bibliography of Its History 4006. Contents : Introduction (by Dr. Robert JudsonAley, President of the University). Preface. I. Preliminary History. II. A dministration of Merritt Caldwell Fernald, A. M., Acting President, 1868-1871. III. Administration of Rev. Charles Frederic Allen, D. D., President, 1871-1879. IV. Administration of Merritt Caldwell Fernald, Ph. D., President, 1879-1893. V. Dr. Fernald's Administration, Concluded. . VI. Administration of Abram Winegardner Harris, Sc. D., LL. D., President, 1893-1901. VII. Administration of George Emory Fellows, Ph.D., L. H. D., LL. D., President,1902-1910. VIII. Administration of Robert Judson Aley, Ph. D.,LL. D., Pres ident, December, 1910-. IX. Omitted and Miscellaneous Items. X. Trustees, Treasurers, Faculty, and Students. XI. Library, by Dr. Fernald and LibrarianJones. XII .Coeducation. XIII. College of Agriculture and Extension Course s (by Dean Leon Stephen Merrill). XIV. Maine Agricultural Experiment Station (by Director Charles Dayton Woods). XV. College of Arts and Sciences (by Dean James Stacy Stevens). XVI. College of Technology (by Dean Harold Sherburne Boardman). XVII. College of Law. XVIII. Military Department. XIX. Buildings. XX. Finances. XXI. Fraternities (by Professor Ralph Kneeland Jones).XXII. Results Expressed in General Terms. XXIII. In Memoriam. XXIV. Reflec tions and Reminiscences. Appendix. Spine rubbed, edges worn, else very good. 25.00

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