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101 Canadian Collector DEMPSEY, Hugh A. JAMESON, Sheilagh S. FORBIS, R.G. Canadian Collector. Vol. 11 / No. 1, January / February 1976
Denmount Publishing Company Limited, Toronto , 1976, 
(Canadian Collector). Canadian Collector. Vol. 11 / No. 1, January / February 1976. Toronto : Denmount Publishing Company Limited, 1976. Pp [1]-95,(1)including covers. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, illustrated blue staple d wrappers. A special provincial issue on Alberta. Contents : Alberta (by Hugh A. Dempsey); Prehistoric Plainsmen (by R.G. Forbis); Fort Chipewyan (byJohn W. Chalmers); Saint Albert (by Emeric Drouin); Writing-on-Stone (by H ugh A. Dempsey); The Ranching Saga of Southern Alberta (by Sheilagh S. Jameson); Home, House and Temple Among the Plains Indians (by Ted J. Brasser); Oil City (Ian A. L.Getty); Some Early Travellers' Accounts of Alberta (by Eric J. Holmgren); The Mountains in Maps (by Maryalice H. Stewart); The Frontier Art of R. B. Nevitt (by Andrew J. Oko); Carl Rungius (by Lorne E. Render & David A.E. Spalding); Architectural Heritage (by Dean Clark, Diana Bodnar, & Jim Pasnak); Heritage Park (by Vera E. Burns); Ukrainian Vernacular Architecture (by John C. Lehr); Medalta Pottery (by Marylu Antonelli); Saddles (by Joy Duncan); Hutterites—the Peaceful People (by Georgeen Barrass); Brands (by Sheilagh S. Jameson); From an Alberta Kitchen; Beadwork by Alberta Native Peoples (by G. C. Nicks); The Doukhobors (by David J. Goa); Museums in Alberta (by Ian Patterson). Rubbed, surface tear to front cover, mailing label, else very good. 20.00

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102 Canadian Collector DUNCAN, Dorothy GAGNON, François-Marc MacKEEMAN, Karl Canadian Collector. Vol. 13 / No. 2, March / April 1978.
Denmount Publishing Company Limited, Toronto , 1978, 
(Canadian Collector). Canadian Collector. Vol. 13 / No. 2, March / April 1978. Toronto : Denmount Publishing Company Limited, 1978. Pp [1]-63,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, illustrated white stapled wrappers. Of nautical interest : The Shannon and the Chesapeake (by Karl MacKeeman, pp 46-47, with 4 illustrations) - “One of the most memorable of these battles is pictured in a set of four lithographs drawn on stone after paintings by J C. Shetky depicting the naval engagement between H.M.S. Shannonand U.S.S. Chesapeake.” Other contents : Niagara Furniture Makers - III (b y John Mclntyre); The Hamilton Pottery (by David L. Newlands); Quebec Folk Art—A Continuing Wonder (by François-Marc Gagnon); Shawahanelezhih Returns to Alberta (by Iris Allan); The Ben Organ Company (by Dorothy Duncan); Silver Creamers (by Margaret Holland); "Death of Wolfe" on English Sugar Bowl (by Brian Musselwhite); and more. Rubbed, front cover spotted, mailing label, else very good. As is. 15.00

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103 Canadian Education REEVES, A.W. LAYCOCK, S.R. TOOMBS, M.P. Superintendency - Leadership in Action : Lectures delivered at the 1955 CEA-University of Alberta Short Course, May 16 – June 3, 1955. Published as the September 1955, Volume X, Number 4, issue of Canadian Education : Official Publication of the Canadian
Canadian Education Association, 1955, 
(Canadian Education). The Superintendency – Leadership in Action : Lecturesdelivered at the 1955 CEA-University of Alberta Short Course, May 16 – Jun e 3, 1955. Published as the September 1955, Volume X, Number 4, issue of Canadian Education : Official Publication of the Canadian Education Association. Pp (2),3-98,(2). 8vo, light blue stapled card covers. Contents : Memories – Grave and Gay (by G.F. McNally); The Challenge of the Rural Superintendency (by R.R. Rees); Insights Into the Learning Process (by G.M. Dunlop); Educational Leadership (by Stephen M. Corey); Control and Responsibility inPublic Education in Canada (by M.P. Toombs); School District Reorganizatio n (by A.W. Reeves); The School Inspector and School Finance (by G.A. Pearson); Methodologies in Education – Administration for What? (by H.E. Smith); The Gifted Child in the Rural School (by S.R. Laycock); Professional Education for the Superintendency (by H.T. Coutts). Very good. 15.00

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104 Canadian Historic Sites) Canadian Historic Sites No. 26
National Parks and Sites, 1981, 
(Canadian Historic Sites). Canadian Historic Sites No. 26. (Ottawa: National Parks and Sites, 1981). Pp. 294. Double column. Illustrated. Square 8vo, white ill. card covers. Includes Grubstake to Grocery Store: Supplying the Klondike, 1897-1907 by Margaret Archibald; St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Lake Bennett, British Columbia by Margaret Carter; The Old Fort Point Site: Fort Wedderburnn II? by Karlis Karlkins and Analysis of Animal Remains from Old Fort Point Site, Northern Alberta by Anne Meachem Rick. From the series Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History. Some creasing to front cover, small tape residue to spine, else vg. 25.00

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105 Canadian Historical Association FINGARD, Judith WISE, S.F. IGARTUA, José Canadian Historical Association : Historical Papers 1974 : A selection of the papers presented at the 1974 Annual Meeting held at Toronto, Ontario.
Canadian Historical Association, Public Archives, Ottawa, 1974, 
(Canadian Historical Association). The Canadian Historical Association : Historical Papers 1974 : A selection of the papers presented at the 1974 Annual Meeting held at Toronto, Ontario. Edited by Peter Gillis. (Ottawa : Canadian Historical Association, Public Archives, 1974). Pp (8),1-261,(3). 8vo,yellow printed card covers. Historical Papers : S. F. Wise's Presidential Address “Liberal Consensus of Ideological Battleground: Some Reflections onthe Hartz Thesis” (pp 1–14); J. W. Daly's “The Origins and Shaping of Engl ish Royalist Thought” (pp 15–35); Jacques Kornberg's “Feminism and the Liberal Dialect: John Stuart Mill on Women’s Rights” (pp 37–63); Judith Fingard's “The Winter’s Tale: The Seasonal Contours of Pre-industrial Poverty in British North America, 1815-1860” (pp 65–94); Douglas McCalla's “The Canadian Grain Trade in the 1840’s The Buchanans’ Case (pp 95–114); José Igartua's“A Change in Climate: The Conquest and the Marchands of Montreal” (pp 115– 134); W. M. Baker's “Turning the Spit: Timothy Anglin and the Roasting of D’Arcy McGee” (pp 135-158); L. D. Courville's “The Conservatism of the Saskatchewan Progressives” (pp 157–181); Howard Palmer's “Nativism in Alberta, 1925-1930” (pp 183–212); Robert Hopwood's “Paladins of the Buergertum: Cultural Clubs and Politics in Small German Towns, 1918-1925” (pp 213–235); T. V. Cohen's “Why the Jesuits Joined 1540-1600” (pp 237–258). Some papers in French, some in English. Very good. 25.00

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106 Canadian Historical Association FISHER, Robin McCORMACK, A. Ross DREISZIGER, N.F. Canadian Historical Association : Historical Papers 1975 : A selection of the papers presented at the 1975 Annual Meeting held at Edmonton, Alberta.
Canadian Historical Association, Public Archives, Ottawa, 1975, 
(Canadian Historical Association). The Canadian Historical Association : Historical Papers 1975 : A selection of the papers presented at the 1975 Annual Meeting held at Edmonton, Alberta. Edited by Peter Gillis. (Ottawa : Canadian Historical Association, Public Archives, 1975). Pp (8),1-259,(3). 8vo, yellow printed card covers. Historical Papers : J. B. Conacher's Presidential Address “Graduate Studies in History in Canada: The Growth of DoctoralProgrammes” (pp 1–15); C. R. Friedrichs's “Marriage, Family and Social Str ucture in an Early Modern German Town” (pp 17–40); C. Morin's “Sens et portée du XVIIIe siècle en Amérique latine : le cas du Centre-Ouest mexicain” (pp 41–58); Timothy E. Anna's “An Essay on the Mexican Viceroys During the War of Independence: The Question of Legitimacy” (pp 59–78); Robin Fisher's “An Exercise in Futility: The Joint Commission on Indian Land in British Columbia, 1875-1880” (pp 79–94); R. Glover's “The Man Who Did Not Go To California” (pp 95–112); J. M. Colthart's “Edward Ellice and the Decision for Self-Government, 1839” (pp 113–133); Roland Michener's “Looking Back at Rideau Hall” (pp 135–146); G. Forbes's “The Colonial Encounter: The Ideas of Auguste Comte in Nineteenth Century Bengal” (pp 147–166); A. Ross McCormack's “The Industrial Workers of the World in Western Canada: 1905-1914” (pp 167–190); W. Van Nus's “The Fate of City Beautiful Thought in Canada, 1893-1930” (pp 191–210); N. F. Dreisziger's “The Canadian-American Irrigation Frontier Revisited: The International Origins of Irrigation in Southern Alberta, 1885-1909” (pp 211–229); P. R. De Luna's “Bureaucratic Opposition as a Factor in Truman’s Failure to Achieve a Columbia Valley Authority” (pp 231–256). Some papers in French, some in English. Very good. 25.00

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107 Canadian Housing Design Council. Housing in Cities : Some examples of multiple housing recently built in Canada. Paperback.
Canadian Housing Design Council, Ottawa, 1964, 
Canadian Housing Design Council. Housing in Cities : Some examples of multiple housing recently built in Canada. (Ottawa : Canadian Housing Design Council, 1964). Pp. (1),2-43,(1). Illustrated with 72 black and white photos and several dozen floorplans. Large 8vo, stapled printed pale brown card covers with photo of Scarlett Road, Toronto, to rear, white and black lettering to front cover. Introduction by A. Hazeland. Of Nova Scotia interest: "Mulgrave Park, Halifax, Nova Scotia", pp. 14-15, with four photos, three floor-plans, and two other illustartions. Consultant architects: Leslie R. Fairn & Associates and J. Philip Dumeresq, both of Halifax. Other contents: "AnArchitect's Viewpoint" (Norbert Shcoenauer); "A Developer's Viewpoint" (Al ex J. Rubin); "The Willows, Pointe Claire, Province of Quebec"; "FlemingdonPark, Toronto, Ontario"; "Oakdale Manor, Toronto, Ontario"; "Don Valley Wo ods, Toronto, Ontario"; "Scarlettwood Court, Toronto, Ontario"; "Studio Court, Toronto, Ontario"; "Northbrook Town & Country, Toronto, Ontario"; "The Townhouse, Hamilton, Ontario"; "Centennial and Grant Sts., Winnipeg, Manitoba"; "Kelvin Grove Apartments, Calgary, Alberta": "Terrace Park, Red Deer, Alberta"; "Delbrook Gardens, North Vancouver, British Columbia"; "McLean Park, Vancouver, British Columbia"; "Some examples of multipl housing in other countries". Very good. 35.00

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108 Canadian Journal of Archaeology HOLM, Margaret PYSZCZYK, Heinz W. SMITH, David G. Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 21, 1997 - Issue 1
Canadian Archaeological Association, 1997, 
(Canadian Journal of Archaeology). Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 21, 1997 – Issue 1. Pp [1]-96. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 8vo, illustrated olive green card covers. Articles :Recent Developments in the Archaeology of the Princess Point Complex in So uthern Ontario (by David G. Smith and Gary Crawford, pp 9-32); From Policy to Practice: A Case Study in Collaborative Exhibits with First Nations (by Margaret Holm and David Pokotylo, pp 33-44); The Use of Fur Trade Goods by the Plains Indians, Central and Southern Alberta, Canada (by Heinz W. Pyszczyk, pp 45-84); plus Book Reviews. Very good to fine. 20.00

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109 Canadian Journal of Archaeology MAGNE, Martin P.R. HENDERSON, James W. MALLORY-GREENOUGH, Leanne M. Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 26, 2002 - Issue 1
Canadian Archaeological Association, 2002, 
(Canadian Journal of Archaeology). Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 26, 2002 – Issue 1. Pp [i]-iv,[1]-87,(1). Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 8vo, illustrated olive green card covers.Articles : A Possible Fluteplayer Pictograph Site Near Exshaw, Alberta (by Martin P.R. Magne and Michael A. Klassen, pp 1-24); Digitizing the Past: A New Procedure for faded Rock Painting Photography (by James W. Henderson,p p 25-40). Research Notes : Preliminary Geochemical Fingerprinting of DaciteLithic Artifacts from the British Columbia Interior Plateau (by Leanne M. Mallory-Greenough, James Baker, and John D. Greenough, pp 41-61); plus BookReviews. Very good to fine. 15.00

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110 Canadian Pacific) Canadian Pacific Rockies
Canadian Pacific , 1924, 
(Canadian Pacific). Canadian Pacific Rockies. N.pl.: Canadian Pacific, 1924. Pp [1]-24. Illustrated. Maps. Triple Column. Oblong 8vo [9 by 12 inches, folded into 9 by 6 inches], illustrated white stapled wrappers. A promotional brochure on Canadian Pacific hotels and bungalow camps in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, illustrated with 70 photographs and 6 maps. Covers rubbed, vertical fold, name to back cover, else very good. 50.00

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111 Canadian Transportation Research Forum HANSON, Trevor R. Transportation Revolutions / Révolutions en transport. Proceedings of the 39th Annual Conference / Actes de la 39e Conférence annuelle. Calgary, Alberta, May 9-12 mai, 1984. Volume 2.
Canadian Transportation Research Forum, Calgary, 2004, 
(Canadian Transportation Research Forum). Transportation Revolutions / Révolutions en transport. Proceedings of the 39th Annual Conference / Actes de la 39e Conférence annuelle. Calgary, Alberta, May 9-12 mai, 1984. Volume 2.Calgary : Canadian Transportation Research Forum, 2004. Pp (24),406-656,(2 ). 8vo, illustrated card covers. Contents : Session 12 – Revolutions in Urban Transportation; Session 13 – Logistics Revolutions: Using Systematic Approaches for Planning Operations and Solving Location-Allocation Problems; Session 14 – Security and Safety: Revolution 1; Session 15 – Air Transport Regulation; Session 16 – Security and Safety: Revolution 2; Session 17 – Crossing Borders; Session 18 – Aviation Approaches to Meet Revolutionary Passenger Demands; CTRF Award Winning Student Papers [including Trevor R. Hanson's “The Effect of the Darling Report on Canadian Coastal Trade Legislation (pp 627-641)]. Very good. Vol. 2 only 25.00

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112 CARROLL, Barbara Wake, (ed.). Canadian Public Administration : The Journal of the Institute of Public Administration of Canada / Administration publique du Canada : La Revue de l'Institut d'administration publique du Canada. Volume 52, Number / numéro 4,December / d 2009
Published for the Institute of Public Administration of Canada by Wiley Periodicals, Inc., Toronto, 2009, 
CARROLL, Barbara Wake (ed.). Canadian Public Administration : The Journal of the Institute of Public Administration of Canada / Administration publique du Canada : La Revue de l'Institut d'administration publique du Canada. Volume 52, Number/numéro 2, Juin/juin 2009. (Toronto : Published for the Institute of Public Administration of Canada by Wiley Periodicals, Inc., 2009). Pp (2),[153]-340,(18). 8vo, blue and white card covers. Articles : "Policy anaalytical capacity and evidence-based policy-making: Lessons from Canada" by M. Howlett (pp 153-175); "Les transformations de travail et de l'enterprise: qu'attendre des politiques publiques?" par S. Bernstein et al (pp 177-201); "The quiet crisis and the memergence of La Relève: A study of crisis perception and executive leadership within the Canadian federal public service, 1997-2002" by D. Johnson and A. Molloy (pp 203-223); "The reciprocal dynamics of organizing and sense-making in the implementation of major public-sector reforms" by J.-L. Denis et al (pp 225-248); "Bilateral federalism and workkforce development policy in Canada" by D. Wood and T.R. Klassen(pp 249-270); "Parallel universes: Canadian and U.S. public administration study" by K.H. Henderson (pp 271-290); "The evolution of federalism studie s in Canada: From centre to periphery" by P. Fafard and F. Rocher (pp 291-311); plus Book Reviews. Very good. 15.00

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113 CARROLL, Barbara Wake, (ed.). Canadian Public Administration : The Journal of the Institute of Public Administration of Canada / Administration publique du Canada : La Revue de l'Institut d'administration publique du Canada. Volume 52, Number / numéro 4,December / decembre 2009
Published for the Institute of Public Administration of Canada by Wiley Periodicals, Inc., Toronto, 2009, 
CARROLL, Barbara Wake (ed.). Canadian Public Administration : The Journal of the Institute of Public Administration of Canada / Administration publique du Canada : La Revue de l'Institut d'administration publique du Canada. Volume 52, Number/numéro 4, December /décembre 2009. (Toronto : Published for the Institute of Public Administration of Canada by Wiley Periodicals, Inc., 2009). Pp (2),[503]-654,(6). 8vo, blue and white card covers. Articles : "Speaking truth to academics: The wisdom of the practitioners" by K. Kernaghan (pp 503-523); "The adoption of the accounting officer system in Canada: Changing relationships?" by M.D. Jarvis (pp 525-547); "Clients, citizensand federalism: A critical appraisal of integrated service delivery in Can ada" by P. Fafard, F. Rocher, and C. Coté (pp 549-568); "The Canada RevenueAgency as separate employer: Anomaly or model for the future? by D.C.G. Br own (pp 569-590); "Les determinants des recettes fiscales des gouvernementsprovinciaux canadiens : une étude empirique" par G. Tellier (pp 591-612);, "Pay equity in Ontario: The case of a non-profit seniors service organization" by P. Penag and P. Singh (pp 613-625); plus Book Reviews. Very good. 15.00

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114 CARROLL, Barbara Wake, (ed.). Canadian Public Administration : The Journal of the Institute of Public Administration of Canada / Administration publique du Canada : La Revue de l'Institut d'administration publique du Canada. Volume 53, Number / numéro 4,December / décembre 2010
Published for the Institute of Public Administration of Canada by Wiley Periodicals, Inc., Toronto, 2010, 
CARROLL, Barbara Wake (ed.). Canadian Public Administration : The Journal of the Institute of Public Administration of Canada / Administration publique du Canada : La Revue de l'Institut d'administration publique du Canada. Volume 53, Number/numéro 4, December/décembre 2010. (Toronto : Published forthe Institute of Public Administration of Canada by Wiley Periodicals, Inc ., 2010). Pp (2),[453]-624,(18). 8vo, blue and white card covers. Articles : "Public-sector strategy formulation (by Wade R. Rose and David Cray, pages 453–466); "One step forward, one step back: Quebec's 2003–04 health and social services regionalization policy" (by Elisabeth Martin, Marie-Pascale Pomey and Pierre-Gerlier Forest, pages 467–488); "Reverse onus: An effective and efficient risk management strategy for chemical regulation" (by Adam Briand, pages 489–508); "Alberta's and Ontario's liquor boards: Why such divergent outcomes?" (by Malcolm G. Bird, pages 509–530); "The state of Ontario's municipal performance reports: A critical analysis" (by Alicia Schatteman, pages 531–550); "Are happy employees healthy employees? Researching the effects of employee engagement on absenteeism" (by Dann Hoxsey, pages 551–571); "Politiques publiques d'innovation régionale et compétitivité mondiale : une étude comparée Québec - Wallonie" (by David Doloreux, Yannik Melançon and Guénaël Devillet, pages 573–601); plus Book Reviews. Very good. 15.00

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115 CARROLL, Barbara Wake, (ed.). Canadian Public Administration : The Journal of the Institute of Public Administration of Canada / Administration publique du Canada : La Revue de l'Institut d'administration publique du Canada. Volume 54, Number / numéro 1,March / mars 2011
Published for the Institute of Public Administration of Canada by Wiley Periodicals, Inc., Toronto, 2011, 
CARROLL, Barbara Wake (ed.). Canadian Public Administration : The Journal of the Institute of Public Administration of Canada / Administration publique du Canada : La Revue de l'Institut d'administration publique du Canada. Volume 54, Number/numéro 1, March/mars 2011. (Toronto : Published for the Institute of Public Administration of Canada by Wiley Periodicals, Inc., 2011). Pp (4),[1]-164,(8). 8vo, blue and white card covers. Articles : "Gettingengaged: Public-service merit and motivation revisited" (by Kenneth Kernag han, pages 1–21); "Implementing “new public management”: The case of employment services in Quebec" (by Claude Laurin and Sachenne Wagner, pages 23–40); "Joining public accountability and performance management: A case study of Lethbridge, Alberta" (by Richard Hildebrand and James C. McDavid, pages 41–72); "Privatization and the boundaries of judicial review" (by Felix Hoehn, pages 73–95); "Immigrants en banlieue et politiques publiques municipales : le cas lavallois (Québec, Canada)" (par Aude-Claire Fourot, pages 97–119); "Policy implementation in multilevel environments: Economic development in Northern Ontario" (by Charles Conteh, pages 121–142); plus Book Reviews. Very good. 15.00

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116 CASHMAN, Tony Singing Wires : The Telephone in Alberta. First Edition in dustjacket
The Alberta Government Telephones Commission, Edmonton, 1972, 
CASHMAN, Tony. Singing Wires : The Telephone in Alberta . (Edmonton, Alberta : The Alberta Government Telephones Commission, 1972). "Printed and boundin ALberta Bulletin - Commercial Printers Limited". First Edition. Pp (4), 5-496. Illustrated throughout. 8vo, yellow cloth, blue lettering to front and spine. A. W. 'Tony' Cashman (b. April 29, 1923, Edmonton). Arranged in nine un-numbered sections Part I. The Nineteenth Century. 1. The Telephone Moves West; 2. First in Alberta; 3. First in Calgary; 4. Enter the Bell Telephone Company; 5. Can Edmonton Be far behind Calgary; 6. Telephone Boosters; 7. Alf Brown Starts Something in Banff. Part II. The Gay 90s. 8. ; 9. ; 10. ; 11. ; 12. ; 13. ; 14. The Telephone Moves North. Part III. The Twentieth Century. 15. ; 16. ; 17. ; 18. ; 19. ; 20. ; 21. ; 22. ; 23. 1905: Sermons by Telephone. Part IV. The Province of Alberta. 24. Calgary Doesn't Knowthe Hockey Score; 25. First Big Decision; 26. Bob Edwards Talks to Banff; 27. The St, Valentine's Day Massacre (of the Bell Telephone Company); 28. Calgary is Restless; 29. Bell (es) Lettres; 30. "... the keenest competitors..."; 31. The Winner!; 32. Experience Not Necessary; 33. Edmonton Goes Automatic; 34. Strathcona Invites AGT; 35. AGT's First Legend. Part V. Boomtime. 36. ; 37. ; 38. ; 39. ; 40. 1912: The Department of Railways and Telephones ; 41. Edmonton Telephones - An Irishman's Dream ; 42. ; 43. ; 44. Peace River Country; 45. ; 46. Enter the Rural Mutual Telephone Company; 47. The $100-a-Day Efficiency Expert; 48. The Last Hurrah. Part VI. A Quiet Time. 49. ; 50. ; 51. ; 52. ; 53. ; 54. ; 55. ; 56. ; 57. . Part VII. Hard Times. 58. ; 59. ; 60. ; 61. ; 62. ; 63. . Part VIII. The Postwar. 64. 1946-53 Takeoff!; 65. AGT's Career in Radio; 66. The New Wave: Microwave; 67. An Act to Establish the Alberta Government Telephones Commission. Part IX. BoomtimeAgain. 68. 1958-71 Blastoff!; 69. Back to the Farms; 70. Farewell to the P arty Line; 71. The Smallfry Telephone Company; 72. The Sophisticated Sixties; 73. Edmonton (Round Two); 74. AGT (Agitated Growth Trend); 75. To the Future. Very good in rubbed, nicked, spotted dustjacket. 15.00

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117 CASSELMAN, Bill Canadian Food Words : The Juicy Lore & Tasty Origins of Foods That Founded a Nation. 1st pr.
McCarthur & Company, Toronto, 1998, ISBN:155278018X 
CASSELMAN, Bill. Canadian Food Words : The Juicy Lore & Tasty Origins of Foods That Founded a Nation. (Toronto) : McCarthur & Company, (1998). First Printing. Pp (6),[vii]-xiii, (1), [1]-313, (1). Illustrated. Lg 8vo, card covers, with blue spine. "Canada's bestselling word wizard is back, with a gustatory gallivant across Canada! Learn about and enjoy some of the food words Canadians use and have used - many of these words as tangy and succulentas the foods they name. Casselman sets the gastric juices flowing and help s us savour the etymological flavour of our hearty Canadian fare as well. "The gastromonic grand tour begins in Newfoundland after a Jigg's dinner with scrunchins, washed down with a stain o' rum, and then we light out for the West Coast to lap up a foaming bowl of soapahollie ice cream. Along the way there are stops and mug-ups for Maritime fungy and bangbelly, bakeapple jam and blueberry grunt, fricko on PEI, rappie pie in New Brunswick, drepsley soup in Southern Ontario, bannock in Manitoba, Saskatoonberry turnovers along the Qu-Appelle River, backed wind pills in Alberta, and moose-muffle soup in Tuktoyaktuk. "Foodies and word buffs alike will enjoy this book, written as it is in true Casselman form - scholarly, entertaining, and often hilarious" - rear cover. Newfoundland and Labrador (pp.1-51); Prince EdwardIsland (pp.52-69); Nova Scotia (pp.70-93); Acadia (pp.94-125); New Brunswi ck (pp.126-137). Very good. 14.00

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118 CASSIDY, Frank, and Robert L. BISH BISH, Robert L. Indian Government : Its Meaning in Practice
Oolichan Books and The Institute for Research on Public Policy, Lantzville, B.C. / Halifax, N.S., 1989, ISBN:0889820953 
CASSIDY, Frank, and Robert L. BISH. Indian Government : Its Meaning in Practice. (Lantzville, B.C.) : Oolichan Books / (Halifax, N.S.) : The Institutefor Research on Public Policy , 1989. Pp (2),v-xxvii,(3),3-186,(2). 8vo, i llustrated black card covers, lettered in red and white. "Based upon a variety of research approaches and focusing on nineteen case studies covering bands and tribal councils in Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta, and BritishColumbia, this book is an examination of Indian government and its meaning in practice. [...] four specific elements of governance are examined: citi zenship, policy-making, service production and delivery, and finance." (from Executive Summary, p. x). Contents : Part I - The Challenge of Indian Government. 1. The Historical and Political Contexts. 2. The Jurisdiction of Indian Governments. Part II - The Elements of Governance. 3. Citizenship. 4.Policy-Making. 5. Service Production and Delivery. 6. Finance. Part III - Future Directions. 7. Self-Government Arrangements. 8. Indian Government ina Federal System. Very good. 15.00

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119 CHARWICK, Helen. KEELEY, Shelagh In Side Up
Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff, Alberta, 1991, ISBN:0920159451 
CHARWICK, Helen, and Shelagh KEELEY. In Side Up. (Banff, Alberta) : Walter Phillips Gallery, (1991). Pp (2),1-29,(1). Illustrated. Large 8vo, illustrated pink card covers, lettered in black, with a blank spine. An exhibition catalogue. Contents : Introduction (by Daina Augaitis); Piss Posy (poem); Before Sexual Difference (by Jack Butler); Inner Passages (by Bob Sherin). Very good. 20.00

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120 CHATHAM, Mark Amazing Stories series Rescues on the High Seas : Tales of Survival, Hope, and Bravery. 1st ed.
Altitude Publishing, 2005, ISBN:1554390036 
CHATHAM, Mark. Rescues on the High Seas : Tales of Survival, Hope, and Bravery. (Canmore, Alberta: Altitude Publishing, 2005). First Printing. Pp 133.Illustrated with photos to text. 8vo, illustrated card covers. Amazing Sto ries series. True stories of search and rescue operations in Canadian Waters. Vg. 7.50

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