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Struggle for Development : The Black Communities of North & East Preston and Cherry Brook, Nova Scotia 1784-1987. First Edition, ABUCAR, Mohamed
1 ABUCAR, Mohamed Struggle for Development : The Black Communities of North & East Preston and Cherry Brook, Nova Scotia 1784-1987. First Edition
McCurdy Printing, 1988, ISBN:0921201044 0921201044 / 9780921201045 
ABUCAR, Mohamed, Dr. Struggle for Development : The Black Communities of North & East Preston and Cherry Brook, Nova Scotia 1784-1987. [Dartmouth, N.S. : Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia, (1988). ("Printed by McCurdy Printing & Typesetting Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia"). First Edition. Pp [i]-xiv,1-103,(3). Illustrated 5 b&w photos. Tables With map of the Preston Area, compiled 1939. Bibliography. 8vo, illustrated grey, white, and green card covers.

A sociological survey of the development of two predominantly black communities in Halifax County, now HRM.

Contents:
Foreword by Reverend Donald D. Skeir.
1. Introduction and Development Orientations;
2. The Roots and Evolution of the Settlements;
3. Preston Township: Land Settlement, 1784-1987;
4. Economic Situation, Family and Occupational Structure;
5. Population Characteristics;
6. Communities and Educational Institutions;
7. Communities and Housing Projects;
8. Communities and Development Participation;
9. Conclusion. With bibliography.

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2 Acadian Entomological Society) BRITTAIN, W.H. WALKER, G.P. GORHAM, R.P. Proceedings of the Acadian Entomological Society For 1923. No. 9
Acadian Entomological Society, Truro, N.S., 1924, 
Acadian Entomological Society). Proceedings of the Acadian Entomological Society For 1923. No. 0. Truro, N.S.: (Acadian Entomological Society), May, 1924. Pp (4),[5]-72,+ 6 plates and with Errata slip tipped in at front. Illustrated. 8vo, olive green card covers, lettered in black. Contents : Proceedings of the Society for the Year 1923; Report of the Secretary-Treasurer; "Sprayng in Relation to the Renovation of Old Orchards" by G. P. Walker; "Studies on a New Species of Empusa parasitic on the Green Apple Bug (Lygus communis var. novascotiensis Knight) in the Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia" by A. G. Dustan; "The Garden Springtail (Sminthurus hortensis Fitch) as a Crop Pest" by W. H. Brittain; "Insects of New Brunswick Injurious to Crops in1923" by G. P. Walker; "Insects of the Season 1923 in Nova Scotia" by J. P . Spittall; "Notes on Agriotes rmancus Say at Dartmouth, N. S." by R. P. Gorham. Very good, with Errata slip. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 25.00

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3 Admiral Westphal School - Yearbook Westphalian 1960
Admiral Westphal School, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, 1960, 
(Admiral Westphal School - Yearbook). Westphalian 1960. (Dartmouth, Nova Scotia) : Admiral Westphal School, 1960. Pp (1),1-48,(1) leaves. Illustrated.4to, blue cloth tape spine, orange card covers. Contents : Includes photog raphs of the Student's Council, Allied Youth, the Bowling team, class ohotos of Grades Nine (A, B, C), Ten (A, B), individual photos of Grades Eleven and Twelve students, and High School Staff pictures. Very good. 25.00

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4 ALBRIGHT, Cam Blarney Blunder - Bluenoser.
J.D. Goodwin & D.F. Flawn, Dartmouth, N.S., 1973, 
ALBRIGHT, Cam. Blarney Blunder – Bluenoser. Dartmouth, N.S.: (J.D. Goodwin & D.F. Flawn, 1973). Pp [1]-80. Illustrated. Small 8vo, illustrated blue stapled card covers. “A collection of jokes and cartoons of the fishing life of the Maritimes, Featuring the Bluenoser – Blarney Blunder.” Very good. 9.00 Keywords :

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5 Alcoholics Anonymous) 50 Years of Alcoholics Anonymous in Nova Scotia 1946-1996
Veinot's Print, Liverpool, N.S., 1996, 
(Alcoholics Anonymous). 50 Years of Alcoholics Anonymous in Nova Scotia 1946-1996. Liverpool, N.S.: Veinot's Print, April 1996. First Printing. Pp (6),1-94. Illustrated. 8vo, pale blue stapled card covers, lettered in black. Contents : Foreword (by Robie C.); Lasker Awyard. Chapter 1. A.A. Comes to Nova Scotia : Bill W. traces beginning of A. A.; Letters at Foundation Office and Loners; First Group to start in New Glasgow; Newspaper Ads and Letter; A.A. starting in Halifax; A.A. story of Baddeck; Beginning of Maritime Inter-Group Association; Early Newsletters; Articles on the Medallion Controversy; Early Literature Used by Groups. Chapter 2. The Nineteen Fifties : International Convention & Twelve Traditions; Maritime Inter-Group go to Bangor, Maine; Maritime Inter-Group announces Convention; May 1951 A.A. Grapevine "All Canadian Issue"; Growing Pains of the Atlantic Provinces; A.A. Recording made in Kentville. 1951; First General Service Conference, April 1951; Maritime Inter-Group & Atlantic Assembly Area; Clubs and influence ot the poker games; What Others thought of A. A.; First General Service Delegatechosen; Walter B. reports of 2nd Conference (1952): Explained how National Services got started; How the Big Book sot starte;d Al-anon Family Groups were started; Local Group Problems; Outlined Bill W.'s plan to begin writing; First Women's Group announced in Halifax, 1953; A.A. Growth by 1955; Young Peoples Group announced in 1957; Pictures of Bill W.'s home and studio; Location of Groups by end of 1957; The Third Legacy Plan; Districts formed in 1957; Cape Breton's 10th Anniversary. Chapter 3. The Nineteen Sixties : 1st Christmas Cocktail Party - Halifax; Profanity at A.A. meetings; First Delegate Elected by ballot; Atlantic Assembly - Will only the 'idle rich' serve?; The last Atlantic Assembly, 1963; 1st Nova Scotia - Newfoundland Assembly, 1964; The end of the Atlantic Anchorage Newsletter; How Assembly Programs have been numbered; N.S.- Nfld & Lab. Assembly - Convention; The Nova Scotia Round-up; Plans for the 1865 International Convention; Halifax / Dartmouth Central Service. Chapter 4. The Nineteen Seventies : The rapid growth of A.A. in Nova Scotia; A.A. Public Information in Nova Scotia; District Growth; A.A. Round-ups started during the 1970's. Chapter 5. The Nineteen Eighties : The Nova Scotia A.A. Archives; The Nova Scotia Service Week-end; The 50th International Convention; The National Convention in Halifax. Chapter 6. The Nineteen Nineties : Other A.A. Round-ups and Local Events; A.A. Clubs; The Twenty Questions; Our Twelve Steps - from the Atlantic Anchorage; Time For Reflection; Dr. Bob's Home; Groups Listed in A.A. Directories Since 1946. Penned name, else very good. Uncommon. 30.00

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6 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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7 Angus L. Macdonald Bridge Bridge Spans 40 Years : The Angus L. Macdonald Bridge 1955-1995.
Chronicle-Herald, Halifax, N.S., 1995, 
(Angus L. Macdonald Bridge). Bridge Spans 40 Years : The Angus L. MacdonaldBridge 1955-1995. Halifax, N.S.: The Chronicle-Herald, April 1, 1995. Pp ( 4). Illustrated. Folio, newsprint. A special insert from the Chronicle Herald, April 1, 1995, commemorating the 40th anniversary of the Macdonald Bridge connecting Halifax and Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, includes a facsimile of the front page of the April 1, 1955 issue of The Chronicle-Herald. Very good. 10.00

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8 APPELT, Pamela G., Judge Citizenship, Culture and the Black Community.
Published by the Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia, Dartmouth, N.S., 1988, 
APPELT, Pamela G., Judge. Citizenship, Culture and the Black Community. (Dartmouth, N.S.) : Published by the Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia, 1988. Pp (4),2-22,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, grey stapled card covers. This lecture was presented at the Fourth Anniversary celebration of the Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia, 17 September, 1987. Very good. 20.00

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9 Barber Shop Harmony Sixth Annual Festival of Barber Shop Harmony.
1971, 
(Barber Shop Harmony). Sixth Annual Festival of Barber Shop Harmony. Presented by Halifax-Dartmouth Chapter [of the] Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America, Inc. Rebecca Cohn Auditorium, Dalhousie University, Halifax, N.S., Sat. April 24, 1971. Pp (24) unpaginated. Illustrated. 4to, white stapled card covers. Includes the women's group The Bluenose Bells (the Halifax-Dartmouth Chapter of Sweet Adelines Inc.), the men's group The Atlantic Swells, the quartets The Gulf Tones (from Summerside, PEI) and Oliver & The Hardys. Very good. 20.00

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10 BARNETT, Donna River of Dreams : The Saga of the Shubenacadie Canal. First Edition
Nimbus, Halifax NS, 2002, ISBN:155109407x 
BARNETT, Donna. River of Dreams : The Saga of the Shubenacadie Canal. (Halifax NS): Nimbus Publishing Ltd, (2002). First Printing. Pp (10),xi-xv,(1),[1]-128. Numerous illustrations in b/w & color, some full page. Oblong 8vo, photo-illustrated green and blue card covers.

Beautifully presented and well researched, the author brings to life a remarkable piece of Nova Scotia history that was all but lost. "Yes, Virginia - there really was a Shubenacadie Canal in Nova Scotia. It extended 115 kilometers, all the way from Dartmouth Cove on the north side of Halifax Harbour, inland through a series ofseven freshwater lakes, to the mouth of the tidal Shubenacadie River and on into the surging Bay of Fundy. One of the greatest engineering feats of the nineteenth century, it required two inclined planes, nine locks, and one deep-cut channel. The canal took thirty-five years to complete and was in operation for a decade." -from the rear cover.

Chapters :
1. The Dream Takes Flight;
2. Touched By Art;
3. Cycling the Locks;
4. The End Of An Era;
5.Following The Line.
With bibliography.

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11 BARUCH, Ruth-Marion and Pirkle JONES. WORTHY, William, intro. Beacon Paperback 351]. Vanguard : A Photographic Essay on the Black Panthers. Second Printing, Paperback.
Beacon Press, Boston, 1970, ISBN:0807005533 
BARUCH, Ruth-Marion and Pirkle JONES. The Vanguard : A Photographic Essay on the Black Panthers. Introduction by William Worthy. Boston : Beacon Press, (May 1970). Second Printing. Pp. (2),[3]-127,(1). Illustrated in black and white with 107 photographs. Large 8vo, art-illustrated blue card covers wtih white, red, and navy lettering to front cover, white lettering to spine. Beacon Paperback #351. "Here are the Black Panthers, shown in a moving collection of photographs by Ruth-Marion Baruch and her husband, Pirkle Jones: stoics in dashikis; a youth in a black leather jacket, tenderly spooning cereal into a child's mouth; faces that show dreams, purpose, rebellion. These pictures, originally gathered for an exhibit at San Francisco's De Young Museum, comprised what was perhaps the most controversial show in the museum's history -- and was certainly one of the most popular. Since the San Francisco exhibit, the photographs have been shown at The Studio Museum in Harlem, and at Dartmouth College. These varied, candid shots portray the Panthers in their political and personal lives. On the faces of these young men and women are reflected the violence and the hope of America. With an excellent historical interpretation of the Panthers by black journalist William Worthy, 'The Vanguard' is a document of our times." - from the rear cover. Covers lightly rubbed with a small dampspot to bottom right front corner,else very good. 50.00

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12 BAYER, C. Walter HATFIELD, Leonard F., foreword Supplement to the History of Christ Church, Dartmouth, N.S..
1967, 
BAYER, C. Walter. A Supplement to the History of Christ Church, Dartmouth, N.S., 1960-1967. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. Pp [1]-32. Illustrated. 8vo, cardcovers. Vg. 12.00

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13 BAYER, C. Walter RYDER, W.E., foreword Christ Church, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia 1817 to 1959. signed.
1960, 
BAYER, C. Walter. Christ Church, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia 1817 to 1959. Foreword by Ven. Archdeacon W.E. Ryder. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. [1960]. Pp [1]-165,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, maroon cloth.
Chapters: 1. The laying of the cornerstone - First outdoor services 1750-1751 - The Preston Church - First Church services - First Wardens and Vestry - Christ Church consecrated - First rectory - Second church at Preston; 2. [Mather Byles] Desbrisey buried beneath church - Clerks' duties discontinued - The serious situation 1843 - Second Preston church burnt and third built; 3. Church school built - First delegates to Synod - Church building extended - Parish of Eastern Passage formed 1870 - First services at North Dartmouth and Waverley - Sale of present site of Christ Church considered - Wholesale resignations; 4. Pipe organ installed - Formation of Women's Guild 1844 - Fences removed - New Parish Hall - Women's Auxiliary organized 1907; 5. Mite Society - First Voting by women - Surpliced choir - Emmanuel Church built - End of first hundred years - Memorials and gifts; 6. Christ Church damaged - Emmanuel destroyed - Explosion 1917 - The Reconstruction Committee; 7. First services at Woodside - Corner stone of St. Alban's laid - Separation at Alban's - Memorial shaft [i.e. : a monument ot the fallen parishoners of the First World War]- Boy Scouts - Parish Hall enlarged; 8. Fire in Church - Archdeacon Wilcox dies - Record Sunday School Attendance; 9. Services started at Port Wallis - St. Andrew's built - Emmanuel and St. Andrew's made separate parish; 10. Church damaged by explosion 1945 - Present rector appointed - Birth of St. Luke's - St. John's separated from parish - Cemetery improved - Some old gravestones; 11. Organ electrified - Sunday School time changed - Alterations and repairs to parish hall; 12. Services in Maynard Lake area - Start of church building - New parish of the Church of the Holy Spirit - Installation of Baldwin Organ, Christ Church - Gallery renovated for Choir rooms - Gifts and Memorials - Bishops, Rectors, Wardens, Vestrymen 1817-1959 - Organizations - Random Readings from The Registers.
Vg. Signed without inscription by Bayeron the title page. 45.00

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14 BAYER, C. Walter RYDER, W.E., foreword Christ Church, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia 1817 to 1959. First Edition.
1960, 
BAYER, C. Walter. Christ Church, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia 1817 to 1959. Foreword by Ven. Archdeacon W.E. Ryder. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. [1960]. First Edition. Pp [1]-165,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, maroon cloth. Vaison, Nova Scotia Pastand Present : A Bibliography and Guide, p.58. Chapters: 1. The laying of t he cornerstone - First outdoor services 1750-1751 - The Preston Church - First Church services - First Wardens and Vestry - Christ Church consecrated - First rectory - Second church at Preston; 2. [Mather Byles] Desbrisey buried beneath church - Clerks' duties discontinued - The serious situation 1843 - Second Preston church burnt and third built; 3. Church school built - First delegates to Synod - Church building extended - Parish of Eastern Passage formed 1870 - First services at North Dartmouth and Waverley - Sale ofpresent site of Christ Church considered - Wholesale resignations; 4. Pipe organ installed - Formation of Women's Guild 1844 - Fences removed - New P arish Hall - Women's Auxiliary organized 1907; 5. Mite Society - First Voting by women - Surpliced choir - Emmanuel Church built - End of first hundred years - Memorials and gifts; 6. Christ Church damaged - Emmanuel destroyed - Explosion 1917 - The Reconstruction Committee; 7. First services at Woodside - Corner stone of St. Alban's laid - Separation at Alban's - Memorialshaft [i.e. : a monument ot the fallen parishoners of the First World War] - Boy Scouts - Parish Hall enlarged; 8. Fire in Church - Archdeacon Wilcox dies - Record Sunday School Attendance; 9. Services started at Port Wallis - St. Andrew's built - Emmanuel and St. Andrew's made separate parish; 10. Church damaged by explosion 1945 - Present rector appointed - Birth of St. Luke's - St. John's separated from parish - Cemetery improved - Some old gravestones; 11. Organ electrified - Sunday School time changed - Alterationsand repairs to parish hall; 12. Services in Maynard Lake area - Start of c hurch building - New parish of the Church of the Holy Spirit - Installationof Baldwin Organ, Christ Church - Gallery renovated for Choir rooms - Gift s and Memorials - Bishops, Rectors, Wardens, Vestrymen 1817-1959 - Organizations - Random Readings from The Registers. Gift inscription, covers a bit warped, else very good. 35.00

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15 BAYER, C. Walter RYDER, W.E., foreword DESBRISAY, Mather Byles Christ Church, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia 1817 to 1959. First Edition.
1960, 
BAYER, C. Walter. Christ Church, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia 1817 to 1959. Foreword by Ven. Archdeacon W.E. Ryder. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. [1960]. First Edition. Pp [1]-165,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, maroon cloth. Bayer (1893-). Vaison, Nova Scotia Past and Present : A Bibliography and Guide, p.58. Chapters: 1. The laying of the cornerstone - First outdoor services 1750-1751 - The Preston Church - First Church services - First Wardens and Vestry - Christ Church consecrated - First rectory - Second church at Preston; 2. [Mather Byles] Desbrisey buried beneath church - Clerks' duties discontinued - The serious situation 1843 - Second Preston church burnt and third built; 3. Church school built - First delegates to Synod - Church building extended - Parishof Eastern Passage formed 1870 - First services at North Dartmouth and Wav erley - Sale of present site of Christ Church considered - Wholesale resignations; 4. Pipe organ installed - Formation of Women's Guild 1844 - Fences removed - New Parish Hall - Women's Auxiliary organized 1907; 5. Mite Society - First Voting by women - Surpliced choir - Emmanuel Church built - End of first hundred years - Memorials and gifts; 6. Christ Church damaged - Emmanuel destroyed - Explosion 1917 - The Reconstruction Committee; 7. First services at Woodside - Corner stone of St. Alban's laid - Separation at Alban's - Memorial shaft [i.e. : a monument ot the fallen parishoners of the First World War]- Boy Scouts - Parish Hall enlarged; 8. Fire in Church - Archdeacon Wilcox dies - Record Sunday School Attendance; 9. Services started at Port Wallis - St. Andrew's built - Emmanuel and St. Andrew's made separate parish; 10. Church damaged by explosion 1945 - Present rector appointed - Birth of St. Luke's - St. John's separated from parish - Cemetery improved - Some old gravestones; 11. Organ electrified - Sunday School time changed - Alterations and repairs to parish hall; 12. Services in Maynard Lake area - Start of church building - New parish of the Church of the Holy Spirit- Installation of Baldwin Organ, Christ Church - Gallery renovated for Cho ir rooms - Gifts and Memorials - Bishops, Rectors, Wardens, Vestrymen 1817-1959 - Organizations - Random Readings from The Registers. Very good. 40.00

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16 Bedford Institute of Oceanography) Bedford Institute of Oceanography / Institut oceanographique de Bedford
Department of Fisheries and Oceans, and Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, Dartmouth, NS, 1990, ISBN:066257401x 
(Bedford Institute of Oceanography). Bedford Institute of Oceanography / Institut océanographique de Bedford . Dartmouth, NS: Department of Fisheries and Oceans, and, Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, 1990. Pp. [1]-28. Illustrated. Square 8vo, stapled illustrated blue card covers. Text in French and English. Lightly rubbed, else vg. 10.00

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17 Bedford Institute of Oceanography) Bedford Institute of Oceanography : 2001 in Review
Bedford Institute of Oceanography, 2001, ISBN:066231977x 
(Bedford Institute of Oceanography). Bedford Institute of Oceanography : 2001 in Review. (Dartmouth, NS: Bedford Institute of Oceanography, 2001). pp.84. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, tan ill. card covers. Vg. 10.00

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18 BERNARD, André LÉVEILLÉ, Jacques LORD, Guy Political and administrative structures of the metropolitan region of Halifax-Dartmouth.
Ministry of State, Urban Affairs Canada, Ottawa, 1974, 
BERNARD, André, Jacques LÉVEILLÉ, and Guy LORD. The political and administrative structures of the metropolitan region of Halifax-Dartmouth. Ottawa : Ministry of State, Urban Affairs Canada, November 1974. Pp [i]-xiii,(1),1-105,(1). 4to, illustrated white card covers. Cover adds : Profile: Halifax-Dartmouth. Contents : Introduction. I. The political and administrative structures of the three local municipalities of the metropolitan area. A. City of Halifax. B. City of Dartmouth. C. The Municipality of the County of Halifax. II. Political and administrative structures and urban development. A. Land Use. B. Transportation. Very good. 40.00

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19 BEZANSON, W.B. Stories of Acadia. birch bark present.
Dartmouth, 1924, 
BEZANSON, W.B. Stories of Acadia. Dartmouth : (the author), 1924. Pp (6),7-44. 8vo, card covers. Birch Bark Series. Watters p.,603, Laugher p.36. Corner of front cover clipped, some waterstaining, else vg with cover birch bark present. 25.00

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20 BILLARD, Allan Banook Canoe Club : Voices from Our Past : A Celebration - Our First Hundred Years, 1903-2003. First Ediion in dustjacket., Signed
Sand Dollar Productions, Dartmouth, NS, 2003, ISBN:09669961138 2003 09669961138 
BILLARD, Allan. Banook Canoe Club : Voices from Our Past : A Celebration - Our First Hundred Years, 1903-2003. With research by Anne Marie Schaus andediting by Bruce Murphy. (Dartmouth, NS: Sand Dollar Productions, 2003). First Edition. Pp. (2),[1]-100,(2). With over 100 b&w photos as well as other illustrations. Oblong 8vo, blank unlettered white cloth.

A year-by-year centenary history of the Dartmouth-based canoe club.

Contents:
Before the Club;
The Beginnings of Banook;
Natal Day finds a home;
World Events Intervene;
A Resurgence in the Youth Membership;
World Events Intervene, again;
A Centre of Dartmouth's Social Life;
Preparing to step onto the National Scene;
National and International Opportunities;
Growing Competition at Home;
Rebuilding the Building and the Programs;
A Program for the Future.
With the following appendices:
Club Executive Members, 1903 to 2003;
War Canoe Medals;
Individual Medal Winners;
Cottage Locations (1920s and 30s).

Very good in nicked dj. Signed by and inscribed Billard on the title page. 25.00

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