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Albion Mines Relief Society Ephemera.  in green cloth binder. , Albion Mines Relief Society) Government of Nova Scotia)
1 Albion Mines Relief Society) Government of Nova Scotia) Albion Mines Relief Society Ephemera. in green cloth binder.
Albion Mines Relief Society, Stellarton, NS, 1920, 
(Albion Mines Relief Society). Albion Mines Relief Society Ephemera . [Stellarton, NS: Albion Mines Relief Society, 1920s-1930s]. 60 pages of letters (17 of which are loose). 4to, green cloth binder. A collection of sixty pieces of ephemera relating to the Albion Mines Relief Society, based in Stellarton, Nova Scotia, dating from the 1920s and 1930s. The letters deal with a variety of topics, including the sale of coal, pensions, inter-business dealings, health coverage, and bank transactions. Some of the letters are handwritten, while others are typed. The binder has "Letters from Government of NS" written in ink on the front, and the title "The Nova Scotia Telephone Co., Limited, Operating Rules, October 1909" impressed to the front, and "Bulletins" upside-down on the back. Cloth rubbed with small damp spots to front, some of the loose letters are nicked with corner creases, else vg. For the collection. 180.00

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2 American Smelting and Refining Co. Canadian Nining and Metallurgical Bulletin 52:566 Sinking of MacLean Shaft at Buchans, Newfoundland
1959, 
(American Smelting & Refining Co.). "Sinking of MacLean Shaft at Buchans, Newfoundland." Aricle in The Canadian Mining and Metallurgical Bulletin, Vol.52, No.566, June 1959. Pp 389-394. Triple column. Illustrated. Some cover wear, ow vg. 6.00

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3 ANDERSON, Frank J. Submarines, Diving and the Underwater World : A Bibliography
Archon, 1975, 
ANDERSON, Frank J., (comp.). Submarines, Diving, and the Underwater World: A Bibliography. Compiled and Edited by Frank J. Anderson. (Hamden, Connecticut) : Archon Books, 1975. First Edition. Pp (4),v-ix,(1),1-238. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. “In one alphabetical sequence, over 1,500 titles (plus authors and cross-references) cover historical works, technicaltreatises, biographical memoirs, official documents, bibliographies, and f iction for all tastes and ages. One- half the entries deal with submarines in war, but as naval combat is no longer their only use, the submarine and diving in scientific research, engineering and oceanology, and recreation account for the other titles referenced. Fundamental information on topics as diverse as ocean currents, salinity, bottom mapping; underwater archaeology; physiological and psychological experimentation; drilling, mining, and construction; underwater photography, marine life, and scuba diving as a sport; are integrated here with the victories, rescues, and disasters of battle, and the salvage efforts made in times of war and peace alike.” - from the dj. “Works regarding the technological advances made in man's 'mastery' of the sea are listed; such as accounts of bathyscaphe probes, underwater drift voyages, Sealab living, and deep diving with the use of the aqualung. The ocean's contempt of man's 'mastery' is also recorded in the literature of submarine disasters and the subsequent rescue and salvage attempts. The books in this list range over a period of more than 400 years of man's attempts to use the underwater world for his own ends. […] The books listed arewritten in various languages with English-language books predominating. Th ere is a good representation of books in French and in German. A few titlesin Russian and Spanish are included, along with a token representation of Dutch, Hungarian, Japanese, Scandinavian, and Turkish language books.” – p.vii. Very good in unclipped dustjacket. 70.00

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4 ANDERSON, J.W. Beaver Magazine 276 BARBEAU, Marius Nascopie : Veteran of Two Wars. An article in The Beaver: A Magazine of the North, Outfit 276, December 1945
1945, 
ANDERSON, J.W. "Nascopie : Veteran of Two Wars". An article in The Beaver: A Magazine of the North, Outfit 276, December 1945. Pp.43-45. Double column. Also : W. Bleasdell Cameron's "Christmas at Fort Pitt" (pp.3-6); Marius Barbeau's "The House that Mac Built" (pp.10-13); W.E. Ingersoll's "Redcoats at Fort Garry" ( pp.14-17); J.P. de Wet's "Mining in the North" (pp.20-25);"Peter Rindisbacher: Red River Artist" by Margaret Arnett MacLeod, Grace L ee Nute, and Clifford Wilson; S.G.L. Horner's "Atmospheric Defence" {pp.40-42}; . Tear to magazine spine, ow vg. For the issue. 30.00

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Practical Treatise on Coal Mining.  2 vols ex-lib , ANDRÉ, George G.
5 ANDRÉ, George G. Practical Treatise on Coal Mining. 2 vols ex-lib
E. & F. N. Spon, 1888, 
ANDRÉ, George G. A Practical Treatise on Coal Mining. In Two Volumes. L: E.& F. N. Spon, 1888. Pp. 563 + 84 plates . 4to, black cloth, gilt lettering to front. Errata slip tipped in Vol. I. Ex-library (pouches and stickers t o rear, inkstamps to half-title, blindstamp to title page, spines numbered), all hinges cracked or broken, three inch section of cloth missing from lower spine of Vol. II, spine ends chipped and fraying, corners bumped, frontedges of boards worn and chipped, cloth worn with some bubbling to rear of Vol. II, else vg. for the set 500.00

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6 Anonymous). Adventures of a Gold-Finder. Written by Himself. Volume I only
Henry Colburn Publisher, London , 1850, 
(Anonymous). Adventures of a Gold-Finder. Written by Himself. In Three Volumes. Vol. I. London : Henry Colburn Publisher, 1850. Pp (4),[1]-300,(4,ads). 8vo, black cloth spine, brown paper covered boards, printed white paper label to spine. A Victorian novel. Very worn covers, corners bumped, spine label worn and chipped, hinges and internal sections cracked, leaves smudgedand foxed, names, pencilled notes at rear, overall a good, reading copy on ly. Very scarce. As is. Volume I only. 150.00

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7 ANTROBUS, E.S.A. (ed.) WERDMULLER, V.W. LEDNOR, M. DE JAGER, E.S.J. Witwatersrand Gold -- 100 Years : A review of the discovery and developmentof the Witwatersrand Goldfield as seen from the geological viewpoint. Firs t Standard Edition in dustjacket
Geological Society of South Africa, Johannesburg, 1986, ISBN:0620096632 
ANTROBUS, E.S.A. (ed.). Witwatersrand Gold -- 100 Years : A review of the discovery and development of the Witwatersrand Goldfield as seen from the geological viewpoint. (Johannesburg) : The Geological Society of South Africa, (1986). First Standard Edition. Pp (8),1-298,(2),+ 6 folding maps/plans. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 4to, bound in skivertex green (imitation leather), gilt lettering to front board and spine. Contents : I. Preamble (by E. S. A. Antrobus): Introduction; A Brief Summary; The Transvaal, 1856-1886; Early Prospecting for Gold; Eersteling—The First Mine; Mac Mac and Pilgrim's Rest; Barberton; Imperial and Metric Units; Acknowledgments. II. TheCentral Rand (by V. W. Werdmuller): The Discovery; Earlier Prospecting Act ivities; Gold Strikes Close to the Witwatersrand; Evolution of the Gold Laws; Events Following the Discovery; The Start of Actual Mining; Some Aspectsof 100 Years of Mining; Gross Production Figures; Evolution of Geological Concepts; After one Century of Gold Mining; Acknowledgements; Appendix I. Dorffel's Report on the Turf Club Borehole; Appendix II. The Rand Victoria Borehole. III. The West Rand Goldfield (by M. Lednor): Introduction; The Begiginning; The Industry Takes Off; Robinson, Rhodes, Barnato; Some Early Mines and Incidents on the West Rand; The Evolutittion of Geological Thought on the West Rand; Geology of the West Rand Goldfield; The Discovery of Western Areas, Cooke and Doornkop; The Mines—Historical Details; Summary of Production Trends for the West Rand Goldfield; Acknowledgements. IV. A. The East Rand Goldfield (by F. S. J. de Jager): Introduction; Summary History; Stratigraphy and General Geology; Contribution by Geology and Geologists; The Mines—Historical Details. B. The Soutn Rand Goldfield (by F. S. J. de Jager): Introduction; Geographical and Geological Extent of the Field; Structural Outline; Members of the Kimberley Conglomerate Formation; Mining; Exploratory Drilling; Gold Production. V. The Klerksdorp Goldfield (by K. M. Chapman, R.F. Tucker and R. J. Kidger): Introduction; The First Fifty Years; Gold Discovery; The First Ten Years of Gold; The GeoJogical Setting and the Reefs; The Anglo-Boer War; The Thirty Years after the War; The Gold Standard and Western Reefs; Strathmore and the Vaal Reef; Conclusion; Acknowledgements. VI. The West Wits Line (by C. J. Engelbrecht): Introduction; 1887-1932—The Early Days; 1932-1945 -- West Witwatersrand Areas; 1945-Present—Post World War II; Summary of Geology and Structure; The Water Problem; Gold Production; Acknowledgements. VII. The Orange Free State (Welkom) GoJdfield (by C. Greathead and J. Graadt van Roggen): Pioneer Years (1867-1932); The New Era (1932-1939); The War Years (91939-1945); Post-War Developments; Recent Years: Current Develoepments: Future Prospects; Development of Geological Understanding in the Weikom Goldfield; A Review of Operations at Western Holdings: 1947-1981; Potted Histories—Other Mines. VIII. The Evander Goldfield(by A. Leeb-Du Toit): Discovery; The Early Days; Gold Production; Generali sed Stratigraphy; Structural Geology; Looking Ahead. Waterstainins to bottom corner, covers flaring a bit, else good in edgeworn dustjacket. 180.00

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8 ANTROPOV, Pyotr Mineral Wealth of the U.S.S.R.
Foreign Languages Publishing House, Moscow, 1956, 
ANTROPOV, Pyotr. Mineral Wealth of the U.S.S.R. Moscow : Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1956. Pp (4),5-77,(3),+ folding map (Principal Mineral Deposits in the U.S.S.R.). 8vo, yellow card covers, lettered in red, green and white, with a blank spne. Contents : Foreword. I. Fossil Fuels. 1. Coal. 2. Combustible Shales. 3. Petroleum and Nataural Gases. II. Ferrous Metals.1. Iron Ores. 2. Manganese Ores. 3. Chromites. III. Non-Ferrous and Rare M etals. 1. 1. Copper. 2. Lead and Zinc. 3. Aluminium. 4. Nickel and Cobalt. 5. Titanium. 6. Tin. 7. Tungsten and Molybdenium. 8. Antimony. 9. Mercury. 10. Rare and Disseminated Elements. 11. Sources of Radioactive Ores. 12. Precious Meta;s: a. Gold, b. Silver, c. Platinum. IV. Non-Metals. 1. Potassium Salts. 2. Phosphorites and Apatites. 3. Fluospar. 4. Barites. 5. Boracic Ores. 6. Native Sulphre and Pyrites. 7. Refractory Raw Materials. 8. Diamond. 9. Piezo-optical Materials. 10. Mica. 11. Asbestos. 12. Building Materials: a. Cement Raw Materials, b. Stone Building Materials. Conclusion: The Wealth of the Union Republics and Working of New Districts. Very good. 40.00

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9 Arctic Development Digest) Arctic Development Digest : May/June, 1969 : Vol. 1, No. 1
Canadian Century Publishers, Montreal, 1969, 
(Arctic Development Digest). Arctic Development Digest : May/June, 1969 : Vol. 1, No. 1 . Montreal: Canadian Century Publishers, 1969. Pp. [1]-31,(1).8vo, printed stapled grey wraps. Includes: "A Stirring in the Arctic: The 20th Century's Greatest Saga?", "An Invitation to the Bold: Mining in Canada's North", "Bonanza of Arctic Oil: From Hudson Bay to Alaska", "The ArcticShelf and Sovereignty: Who owns this land?", "The Arctic Institute of Nort h America: It plays an important role in the Arctic", "Who Conquered the Northwest Passage? Why can't historians all agree?", "300 Years of Arctic Transportation: Historic voyage of the Nonsuch", and "Eskimo and Indian self-Help Programs: Canadian Arctic Producers and Other Marketing Organizations".Vg. For the issue. 10.00

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10 ARGALL, Philip Nickel: The Occurrence Geological Distribution and Genesis of Its Ore Deposits
Tully-Foster Printing Co., 0, 
ARGALL, Philip. Nickel: The Occurrence Geological Distribution and Genesis of Its Ore Deposits. Read before the Colorado Scientific Society, in Denver, December 4, 1893. Denver: The Tully-Foster Printing Co., n.d. [1893?]. Pp. 32 + 3 plates. 8vo, green printed paper covers. Some light sunning, small chip to tail of spine, else vg. 35.00

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11 ASHMEAD-BARTLETT, Ellis Port Arthur : The Siege and Capitulation. First Edition
William Bllackwood and Sons, Edinburgh and London, 1906, 
ASHMEAD-BARTLETT, Ellis. Port Arthur : The Siege and Capitulation. Edinburgh and London : William Bllackwood and Sons, MCMVI [1906]. First Edition. Pp(6),[v]-xiv,[1]-511,(1), frontispiece (with tissue guard) + 23 plates + 2 folding maps + 2 large folding maps at rear. Index. 8vo, red cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spine. The Siege of Port Arthur (August 1, 1904 – January 2, 1905), the deep-water port and Russian naval base at the tip of the Liaodong Peninsula in Manchuria, was the longest and most violent land battle of the Russo-Japanese War. "It has been my endeavour in the following pages to describe the Siege of Port Arthur. I joined the Third Army at the commencement of August 1904, just before the first assault, remained attached to General Nogi's headquarters until January 17, 1905, and entered the fortress with the victorious Japanese. An account written by an eye-witness who has not had access to official documents can harldy be considered complete or final. Whether these will ever be given to the world is a matterof great doubt, because the story of Port Arthur is such a tragedy to Japa nese arms from beginning to end that the Headquarters Staff are not likely -- at least, until the present generation has passed away -- to admit the faulty tactics which an official history of the Siege would disclose" - fromthe Preface. Contents : 1. The cause of the war. 2. Dalny. 3. The battle o f Nanshan. 4. Advance of the Japanese. 5. Description of the defences. 6. Capture of Taikosan and Shyokosan. 7. The strategical situation on land and sea. 8. Capture of Banrhusan works. 9. The great night attack. 10. Japanesecamp life. 11. Resumption of active operations. 12. Artillery and telephon es. 13. Men and manners. 14. Capture of Hachimachayama. 15. The assault of October 30th. 16. Sapping and mining. 17. Hospitals and transport. 18. Lifeat the front. 19. The eve of great events. 20. The assault of November 26t h. 21. The assault and capture of 203 Metre Hill. 22. Destruction of the Russian warships (pp.333-346, the sinking of the Poltava, the Retvizan, the Bayan, the Pallada, the Pobeida, the Perezviet, and eventually the Sebastopol, with a b&w photo "the Russian cruiser Pallada struck by a 28-centimetre shell as she lay at anchor in the harbour"). 23. The fall of North Keikwansan and Nirusan. 24. The final operations. 25. Surrender and celebration. 26. Closing scenes. 27. The fallen fortress. 28. Stoessel and surrender. Conclusion. Rebacked (with new front flyleaf), spine darkened, cloth smudged, insect nibbling to front board, corners bumped, foxing and soiling to some leaves, bookplate of Frederick Edwin Smith the First Earl of Birkenhead (1872 -1930), else a good copy. As is. 325.0

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12 ASHTON, T.S. and Joseph SYKES Coal Industry of the Eighteenth Century. Second Edition.
Manchester University Press, Manchester, 1964, 
ASHTON, T.S. and Joseph SYKES. The Coal Industry of the Eighteenth Century.Manchester: Manchester University Press, (1964). Second Edition, with mino r revisions and additions to the bibliography. Pp. (4),v-ix,(1),1-268. 8vo,red cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Contents: 1. Introduction; 2. Meth ods of Working Coal; 3. The Combat with Water and Fire; 4. Progress in Winding and Drawing; 5. The Scottish Collier-Serf; 6. The Miners' Bond in the North of England; 7. The Collective Contract; 8. Corn Riots; 9. Wages and Conditions of Work; 10. The Effects of Industrial Progress on Labour; 11. Royalties and Wayleaves; 12. The Supply of Coal to London; 13. Combinations inthe Coal Trade; 14. Overseas and Inland Trade. Stamp to flyleaf, else very good. 25.00

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13 Association of Mine Managers of South Africa) Papers and Discussions 1974-1975
Chamber of Mines of South Africa, 1977, ISBN:0620022876 
(Association of Mine Managers of South Africa). Papers and Discussions 1974-1975. N.pl.: Published by The Chamber of Mines of South Africa, 1977. Pp (4),[v]-viii,1-540. Illustrated. 8vo, red cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Contents : SHAFTS AND SHAFT SINKING : The Raising and hqmpping of No. 3 Shaftat Premier Transvaal Diamond Mining Co., Ltd. (by E.J.B. Sewel and S. McMu rray); Shaft Sinking at Boulby Mine, Cleveland Potash Ltd. (by Authors: J. V. Cleasby, et al); Notes on the Sliping of a 1,8sm Raise-borer hole into a6,096m Ventilation Shaft at Rustenburg Platinum Mines, Ltd. (Rustenburg Se ction) (by W.G. Forsdick). SHAFT PILLAR EXTRACTION : The Practical Application of Rock Mechanics in Partial Extraction of No, 2 Shaft Pillar at Harmony Gold Mining Co., Ltd. (by C.J. Isaac and J.C. Simms). TIMBERING AND SUPPORT OF WORKINGS : A New Type oi Stope Support to Improve Productivity in Shafts and Stopes (by J. Coetsee), DEVELOPMENT : The Holing of a Leg of an Ore-pass system into a Working Ore-pass (by W. M. E. Botes); The Sliping of a 1,22m Diameter Raise-borer Hole at Doornfontein G. M. Co., Ltd. (by R.K. Briggs); Long-hole Drilling of Ore-passes at Hartebeestfontein G. M. Co., Ltd. (by J. R. Garbutt); Mining an Inter-shaft Haulage at Welkom Gold Mine using Mechanised Drilling Jumbos (by RA,R, Kebble and J.,G. Taylor). STOPING :Sub-level Stoping of the EB Massive Reefs at Loraine Gold Mines, Ltd., No. 3 Shaft (by R.D.H. Bebb); Long-hole Drilling and Sub-level Stoping on Durb an Roodepoort Deep, Ltd. (by A. B. Cook); Stope Undercutting with the Aid of Hydraulic Props at Harmony Gold Mining Co., Ltd. (by J.C. Simms); The Diagonal Gully Stoping System Employed by Blyvooruitzicht Gold Mining Co., Ltd. (by G.L.H. Diering). EXPLOSIVES AND BLASTING : The Manulacture ol Ammonium Nitrate - Fuel Oil Mixture Explosives on Western Platinum, Ltd. (by A.A. Saffy and T.C. Meikeljohn). MECHANISATION : Mechanisation at BuffelsfonteinG. M. Co., Ltd., 1973/1974 (by B. P. Christos); Boxhole Boring 1 rials at West Driefontein G. M. Co., Ltd. (by R. C. Bertram and M,.A, Bridgeford). SAFETY AND HEALTH : The Cost of Accidents (by V.C. Robinson); The Application of Micro-climate Suits in Development Ends at Venterspost G. M. Co., Ltd.(by A..J.H. Pole); Safety Certificates for Boss Boys (by G. C. Krafft). UN DERGROUND FIRES : A Technical Note on the Use of a Bazooka in Fighting a Fire on Venterspost G. M. Co., Ltd. (by M.J. Koorts). JNDERGROUND WATER : An Automatic Service Water Control System (by T. B. Gouws). PRODUCTIVITY L A Review of Some Management Techniques Used in the Improvement of Productivityon Leslie Gold Mines Over the Past Ten Years (by E. Colier and D. O'Beirne ); The Hector System of Transporting Support Timber (by J. Coetsee and L. S. Halasz); Some Methods of Improving the Utilisation and Productivity of Black Labour on the Mines of Impala Platinum, Ltd. (by D..J. Miles). SUNDRY :The Recovery Operations at No. 4 Shaft, Bafokeng South Mine, Following the Breach of the No. 1 Tailings Dam (by D.J. Miles); Underground Stope Face P hotography as an Aid to Grade Control at Western Platinum, Ltd. (by A.A. Saffy). ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Very good. 30.00

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14 Atlantic Provinces Economic Council) Atlantic Canada Today
1987, 
(Atlantic Provinces Economic Council). Atlantic Canada Today. Halifax : Formac Publishing Limited, 1987. Pp (4),v-xvii,(1),1-206. 8vo, white card covers. Atlantic Canada: An Introduction; Atlantic Canada: Some Basic Numbers; Agriculture: Food and the Land; The Fishery: A Resource and its Promise; Forestry: The Multiple Resource; Mining: Earthly Riches; Energy: Heating Homes, Driving Industry; Manufacturing: Adding Value to Resources; Investment: To Stay Competitive; Regional Development: The Pursuit of Parity; Services:The Intangible Economy; Tourism: The Export That Doesn't Go Anywhere. With an index. Vg. 10.00

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15 Atlantic Provinces Economic Council) Atlantic Canada Today. 1st ed.
1969, 
(Atlantic Provinces Economic Council). Atlantic Canada Today. N.pl.: Atlantic Provinces Economic Council, (1969). Pp (10),1-154,(8). Sm 8vo, illustrated blue card covers with white titles to front, coil bound spine. Not in O'Dea. Contents : Environmental Factors; Economic History; People; Investment; Industries; Exports; Development Efforts; The Atlantic Economy: Retrospect and Prospect. Name, else vg. 15.00

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16 Atlantic Provinces Economic Council) Atlantic Canada Today. 2nd ed.
1977, 
(Atlantic Provinces Economic Council). Atlantic Canada Today. N.pl.: Atlantic Provinces Economic Council, (1977). Second Edition. Pp (8),1-132. 8vo, card covers. Contents : Atlantic Canada and APEC; The Economic Evolution; Physical and Human Resources; The Regional Economy Today; Government Involvement in the Regional Economy; The Future of Atlantic Canada. Vg. 10.00

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17 Atlantic Provinces Economic Council) Atlantic Canada Today. 2nd ed., 2nd pr
Atlantic Provinces Economic Council APEC, 1978, ISBN:0919040144 
(Atlantic Provinces Economic Council). Atlantic Canada Today. N.pl.: Atlantic Provinces Economic Council, (1978). Second Printing of the Second Edition. Pp (8),1-132. 8vo, blue card covers. Contents : Atlantic Canada and APEC; The Economic Evolution; Physical and Human Resources; The Regional Economy Today; Government Involvement in the Regional Economy; The Future of Atlantic Canada. Vg. 9.00

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18 BACKMAN, Everett M., FITCH, Catherine ELDRIDGE, Richard E. 225 Years in Chester Basin 1760-1985. First Edition in dustjacket, Triple signed
1985, 
BACKMAN, Everett M., Catherine FITCH and Richard E. ELDRIDGE. 225 Years in Chester Basin 1760-1985. (Halifax : Wm. MacNab & Son Ltd., 1985). First Edition."Printed in Canada by Wm. MacNab & Son Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia".Pp (4),1-103,(5). Double column. With over 150 monochrome photos as well a s other illustrations. 4to, plain brown cloth, with no lettering. Contents:Introduction; History of Chester Basin; "The Deserter" by Lucille Mosher; Aenon United Baptist Church; History of St. John's Church [Anglican]; Homesof Chester Basin; Ship Building (a brief section on p.20, but there are ma ny ship photos including of the Arthur H. Zwicker, the Mary C. Oxner, the Mary G. Duff, the Gladys M. Brown, the Ruth D. Adams; The Haunted House [thehome of Captain Cornelius Fader, on the New Ross Road]; Gold Mining (pp.61 ff); Chester Basin Explosion [August 13, 1917 on the schooner Ella D.]; Co nclusion. Very good in dustjacket (the jacket has a few marks and acouple of short tears). Signed by all three authors, and with an inscription by Cathy Fitch. 100.00

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19 BAILEY, H. B. American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers) Technical Publication No. 308, Class H, Non-Metallic Minerals, No. 15) Hydration Factors in Gypsum Deposits of the Maritime Provinces. reprint
American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, 1930, 
BAILEY, H. B. Hydration Factors in Gypsum Deposits of the Maritime Provinces. A reprint from The American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, Technical Publication No. 308, Class H, Non-Metallic Minerals, No. 15.N.pl.: The American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, 1930. Pp. 11. 8vo, printed self-wraps. Splitting at the lower spine, dampstain t o the lower front corner, small tear to top edge, minor rust stains to rearcover, name inked to front, internally sound. 10.00

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20 BAIRD, D.M. Rocks, Minerals and Scenery of Newfoundland
Department of Education, St. John's, 1957, 
BAIRD, David M. Rocks, Minerals and Scenery of Newfoundland. (St. John's) :Department of Education, 1957. Pp (6),[3]-[72]. Double column. Illustrated . 8vo, card covers. This version not in O'Dea. Butler & Bartlett p.19. See ENL I:113 for Baird which notes this publication. Vg. 12.00

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