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101 BASHOW, David L. No Prouder Place : Canadians and the Bomber Command Experience, 1939-1945. Paperback.
Vanwell Publishing Limited, St. Catharines, ON, 2005, ISBN:9781551251059 
BASHOW, David L. No Prouder Place : Canadians and the Bomber Command Experience, 1939-1945 . St. Catharines, Ontario : Vanwell Publishing, (2005). First Paperback Printing. Pp. (6),[vii]-x,11-544, + 32 p. of colour plates. Includes numerous black and white textual illustrations. Large 8vo, art illustrated grey card covers, red and white lettering to front, white lettering to spine. Contents; 1. Prelude to War, 2. To War: The Early Innings (1939 to 1941), 3. The Long, Dark Night (1942), 4. Battering the Reich (early 1943), 5. A Time for Fortitude (the Human Element), 6. A Town called Whitebait (On to Berlin: late 1943 to early 1944), 7. Overlord and Other Diversions (mid-to-late 1944), 8. Götterdämmerung Over the Reich (1945). With epilogue and appendices. Very good. 20.00

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102 BASKERVILLE, Peter (ed.) Champlain Society Ont.Series 13 PETERSON, David, foreword] Bank of Upper Canada
Champlain Society, Toronto, 1987, ISBN:0886290619 
BASKERVILLE, Peter (ed.). The Bank of Upper Canada : A Collection of Documents. Edited with an Introduction by [...] Foreword by David Peterson. Toronto: Champlain Society in co-operation with the Ontario Heritage Foundation,1987. Pp [i]-cliii,(1),[1]-400,(6),frontis + 4 pp.plates. 8vo, red cloth. Publications of the Champlain Society, Ontario Series XIII. Limited to 1300numbered copies. Very good. Largely uncut. Due to this volume's excess wei ght, extra shipping charges may be necessary to cover the cost of postage on international orders. 40.00

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103 BAUER, Nancy Wise-Ears. pb.
Oberon, 1985, 
BAUER, Nancy. Wise-Ears. [Ottawa]: (Oberon Press, 1985). Pp 165. 8vo, ill. card covers. Rubbed, slight smudging, owner's signature, else vg. 15.00

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104 BEATON, Horace L. BEATON, Charles P. From The Wheelhouse, The Story of a Great Lakes Captain: Horace L. Beaton. Second Printing
Boston Mills Press, Cheltenham, Ontario, 1981, ISBN:091982224x 
BEATON, Horace L.and Charles P. BEATON. From The Wheelhouse, The Story of aGreat Lakes Captain: Horace L. Beaton. (Cheltenham, Ontario) : Boston Mill s Press, (1981). Second Printing. Pp (10),11-79,(1). Double column. Illustrated with over 50 b&w photos. Maps. Oblong 8vo, photo-illustrated cardcovers with french flaps. Captain Horace Louden Beaton (b. March 1, 1903, Tara, Bruce County, Ontario - d. 1988) and his long career, mainly with Canada Steamship Lines. Chapters : 1. The Beginnings; 2. Back to the Lakes; 3. Captain at Last; 4. "Fire" [on the SS Hamonic, July 17, 1945 at Sarnia, Ontario]; 5. After the Fire; 6. The Fort York, 7. The Fort Chambly. With Prologue and Epilogue. Many photos of the Hamonic as well as the Fort Chambly, the Fort Henry, the Fort York, the Martian, the SS Noronic, the SS Huronic, the Manitoulin, the SS Edmonton, and others. Light wear and browning to covers, else very good.. 30.00

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105 BEATTIE, J.M. DISTAD, L.M. Attitudes Towards Crime and Punishment in Upper Canada, 1830-1850 : A Documentary Study. pbk.
Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto, Toronto, 1977, 
BEATTIE, J.M. Attitudes Towards Crime and Punishment in Upper Canada, 1830-1850 : A Documentary Study . With the assistance of L.M. Distad. Toronto: Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto, 1977. Pp. (2),iii-v,(1),1-173,(1). 8vo, printed yellow card covers. A working paper of the Centre of Criminology, University of Toronto. Front cover rubbed, sticker remnant, a couple instances of underlining to text, else good. 25.00

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Log-Line : The Adventures of a Great Sailing Captain. First Edition in dustjacket., BEATTIE, Jessie L. DIXON, Charles C.
106 BEATTIE, Jessie L. DIXON, Charles C. Log-Line : The Adventures of a Great Sailing Captain. First Edition in dustjacket.
McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1972, ISBN:0771011660 1972 0771011660 / 9780771011665 
BEATTIE, Jessie L. The Log-Line : The Adventures of a Great Sailing Captain. (Toronto) : McClelland and Stewart, (1972). Pp (8),9-189,(3). 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine.

Spadoni & Donnelly 2332.

Jessie Louise Beattie, (b. October 2, 1896, Blair, Ontario - d. October 5. 1985, Hamilton, Ont.).

"'Come then, sign on with me and let us begin our journey.' So says Captain Charles C. Dixon [born in Windsor, Nova Scotia] in his introduction to this stirring and legendlike biography of his life and adventures on the seven seas. Author Jessie L. Beattie signs us on, and the trip, like Captain Dixon's life, circles the globe and back again.

Here is a man who went to sea at the age of nine months with his Capain father and spent the next four years there. here is a man who spent the better part of the rest of his life there.

In The Last of the Windjammers, Volume II, Basil Lubbock wrote: 'Among the younger commanders one of the most interesting characters was Capatin C.C. Dixon. It would be hard to find Dixon's equal. All who sailed with him became his devoted admirers, and .... the boys in the half-deck worshipped him as their hero.' Here is a story of the sea and the crews that sailed them, of remote islands and exotic ports visited in the early 1900s."" - from the dj.

Stray-line The Captain's Introduction.

The chapters, (called knots in this volume), are:
1. The Family Tree;
2. My First Voyage;
3. My Second Voyage;
4. Storms and St. Elmo's Fire;
5. A Day on Board;
6. Birds at Sea;
7. The Mighty Whale;
8. How Sailing Ships Were Built;
9. I Become a Crew Member;
10. The Magic Tree;
11. We Visit Rio;
12. The Stormy South Pacific;
13. Chills and Thrills in Chile;
14. More of Chile;
15. A Cat and a Turtle Go to Sea;
16. A Voyage on the Arctic Stream;
17. Further Adventures on the Arctic Stream;
18. A Fateful Shipwreck;
19. The Travelling Vicuña;
20. Currents and Curios;
21. Monkeys as Passengers;
22. Jennie and The White Kitten;
23. An Accident and a Stowaway;
24. I Could Go On Forever.

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107 Beatty Bros. Limited) Beatty Barn Book. Ninth Edition. Dec. 1931
Beatty Bros. Limited, Fergus, Ontario, 1931, 
(Beatty Bros. Limited). The Beatty Barn Book. Ninth Edition. Dec. 1931. Fergus, Ontario : Beatty Bros. Limited, 1931. Pp 1-400. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated tan paper covered boards (hardcover), spine lettered in black. "Beatty Bros. Limited present this book in the interests of better barns. It contains valuable data, compiled after years of painstaking research and experimenting, by experienced architects, engineers and practical farmers. Every barn and stable shown in this book is Beatty equipped and is representative of hundreds of barns throughout the Empire that are equipped with Beattysteel stable equipment. Over 50,000 copies of the Beatty Barn Book have be en distributed. This present Barn Book is the ninth edition." (from the title page). ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Corners bumped, else very good, bright. 125.00

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108 Beatty Bros. Limited) BT Barn Book. Book No. 26
Beatty Bros. Limited, Fergus, Ontario, 1916, 
(Beatty Bros. Limited). BT Barn Book. Book No. 26. Fergus, Ontario : BeattyBros. Limited, 1916. Pp (1),2-336. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated tan paper covered boards (hardcover), tan cloth spine, lettered in brown and red. Co ntents : BT Galvanized Steel Cow Stalls; BT Sanitary Steel Pens; BT Steel Horse Stable Fittings; BT Water Bowls; BT Tanks; BT Hog Pens and Troughs; BTBarn Door Track; BT Manure and Feed Carriers; BT Hay Carriers; Where BT Go ods are Made; Building the Barn; Model Barns. Covers rubbed and slightly soiled, foxing to endpapers, else very good. 120.00

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109 BEAUDRY, Lindsay. Book of Indian Crafts to Do.
Fitzhenry & Whiteside, Don Mills, Ontario, 1977, ISBN:0889021430 
BEAUDRY, Lindsay. Kawin : A Book of Indian Crafts to Do. Written and Illustrated by Lindsay Beaudry. Production Assistance by John. (Don Mills, Ontario) : Fitzhenry & Whiteside Limited, (1977). Pp [1]-64. Illustrated. 4to, orange card covers. In the PONA (People of Native Ancestry) Series. Crafts covered : Ojibwa Wigwam, Iroquois Longhouse, Tanning Hides, Moccasins, Old Style Ojibwa Dress, New Style Ojibwa Dress, New Style Iroquois Dress, Ojibwa Dyes, Use of Colour, Designs, Rock Paintings, Beading on Leather or Cloth, Firebag, Beaded Pouch, Loom Beading, Headband, Hair Ties, Woven Sash, BirchBark Basket, Design on Birch Bark, Porcupine Quill Embroidery, Sweet Grass Basket, Iroquois Pottery, Rattle, Drum, Design on Drums, Drumstick, Corn H usk Dolls, Iroquois Doll Clothes, Cradle Board, Snowshoes, Birch Bark Canoe, Snow Snake, Lacrosse Stick, Ring and Pin Game. Very good. 15.00

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110 BEAULIEU, Victor-Levy FISCHMAN, Sheila, trans. Don Quixote in Nighttown. First Edition, hardcover
Press Porcepic, Erin, Ontario, 1978, ISBN:088878080X 
BEAULIEU, Victor-Lévy. Don Quixote in Nighttown. Translated by Sheila Fischman. (Erin, Ontario : Press Porcepic Ltd., February 1978). Pp (8),9-192. 8vo, dark gray cloth, silver lettering to spine. Victor-Lévy Beaulieu (b. September 2, 1945, Saint-Paul-de-la-Croix, Quebec). Translation of Don Quichotte de la démanche, which won the Governor-General's Award in 1975. "In a narrative by turns experimental, naive, extraordinarily funny, and tragic, the author takes us inside the mind of Beauchemin, a writer and publisher whose wife, Judith, has just left him, and whose life has taken a strange turn!". Penned name to flyleaf, penned numbers to inside back cover, else very good. 15.00

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111 BEAUPRE, Ron, and Skip GILLHAM GILLHAM, Skip Final Voyage II : Ships Scrapped in Hamilton and Niagara
Glenaden Press, Vineland, Ontario, 2009, ISBN:9780978332488 
BEAUPRÉ, Ron, and Skip GILLHAM. Final Voyage II : Ships Scrapped in Hamilton and Niagara. Vineland, Ontario : Glenaden Press, (2009). Pp (6),1-184. Illustrated with over 350 photographs. 4to, illustrated maroon card covers, lettered in white and black. Contents : Hamilton - Stelco; Hamilton - UnitedMetals; Hamilton - Dock Facings; Hamilton - Other; Port Dalhousie; Port We ller; Port Colborne - Marine Salvage; Port Colborne - International Marine Salvage; Port Maitland. Very good. 35.00

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112 Beaver Magazine LEYSHON, Glynn A. MAYES, Hubert G. Beaver : Exploring Canada's History, August / September 1994, Vol. 74:4
Hudson's Bay Company, Winnipeg , 1994, 
(Beaver Magazine). The Beaver : Exploring Canada's History, August / September 1994, Vol. 74:4. Winnipeg : Hudson's Bay Company, 1994. Pp [1]-56,(2) including covers. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 4to, illustrated white card covers. Contents : Guardians of the Rockies [conservationists and mountain-climbers] (by PearlAnn Reichwein); 'The Friendly Games' [Hamilton hosts the first British Empire Games, 1930] (by Glynn A. Leyshon); Myth-Making at Fort St. James [history, in various versions, 1828-1928] (by Frieda EsauKlippenstein); Kathleen Parlow: A Life in Music [a Canadian virtuoso in St . Petersburg, 1906] (by Hubert G. Mayes); The New Jerusalem [Jewish pioneers go back to the land, 1884] (by Abraham Arnold). Very good. 10.00

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113 Beaver Mills Cookbook Beaver Mills CookBook
T.H. Taylor Co., Limited,, Chatham, Ont., 1909, 
(Beaver Mills Cookbook). Beaver Mills CookBook. Chatham, Ont.: The T.H. Taylor Co., Limited, n.d. [ca 1909]. Pp 1-48. Square small 8vo, colour illustrated pale blue stapled wrappers. Driver, Culinary Landmarks: A Bibliographyof Canadian Cookbooks, 1825-1949, O95.4. Covers worn and soiled, lacking t op third of back cover, a fair copy only. As is. 30.00

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114 BEAVERBROOK, Lord. My Case for Empire Free Trade. Third Edition.
Empire Crusade, London, 1930, 
BEAVERBROOK, Lord. My Case for Empire Free Trade. Third Edition. London : The Empire Crusade, July 14th, 1930. Pp [1]-76. Index. Small 8vo, illustrated pink and white card covers. “I think that every point of the policy is here adequately explained, and every criticism of it fully disposed of. I have dealt in a friendly spirit with those critics who entirely reject my policy, but I have not been sedulous to placate those who believe it in their hearts but reject it with their lips because they are afraid of being called"food taxers." That I propose to tax foreign food I have stated over and o ver again, because such a tax is the keystone of the system; but I also propose to draw the food supplies of this country from the greatest free-food area in the world—the British Empire as I see it in the near future.”- fromthe Preface. William Maxwell "Max" Aitken, 1st Baron Beaverbrook (1879-196 4) was a Canadian-British newspaper tycoon, politician, and writer. Aitken was born in Maple, Ontario, Canada, in 1879. The following year, his familymoved to Newcastle, New Brunswick, which he considered to be his home town . It was here, at the age of 13, that he published his first newspaper. Covers rubbed and smudged, tears to top margin of back cover, name, else good.35.00

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115 BEAVERBROOK, Lord. My Early Life. First Edition in dustjacket.
Brunswick Press, Fredericton, 1965, 
BEAVERBROOK, Lord. My Early Life. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada : Brunswick Press, (1965). First Printing. An Atlantic Advocate Book. Pp. (10),[11]-199,(1). Illustrated. Decorated endpapers. Tall 8vo, blue cloth, black lettering to spine. William Maxwell "Max" Aitken, 1st Baron Beaverbrook, PC,ONB, (b.May 25, 1879, Maple, Ontario, – d. June 9, 1964, Cherkley Court, M ickleham, Surrey) grew up in Newcastle, New Brunswick. "Lord Beaverbrook's own story covers his earliest memories on the Miramichi through the seven golden years of his financial career to his move to England and entry into British politics in 1910. 'In the space of fifty years,' he writes, 'my activities cover three successive adventures in the most vital spheres of modern affairs -- Business, Politics and Journalism. I left finance just as I had scored a preliminary success pointing apparently the way to vaster triumphs in a continent where at that time the business man was king. I left the politics of the House of Commons at the same psychological moment. I turnedaway, as in a mere mood of petulance, and flung myself once again into a n ew sphere of journalistic activity, of which I was wholly ignorant. Was I really quite sane?' In the pages which follow, the image of the writer emerges clear and unmistakable. Early in the story we read his belief which stamped his thinking through life, that man, however small his beginning and however poor his opportunities, is master of his fate. That belief, he says, is at the root of the greatness of Anglo-American civilization. Certainly it was the epitome of his own philosophy. The early part of the book has much advice to offer the young in how to succeed in life. 'Men ask: How did the fellow do it? In reading his record, can I pick up some hints which may be useful to myself?' The second part describes how he put his precepts to the trial and succeeded in the most spectacular success story of the century. The New Brunswick boy became a multi-millionaire before he was thirty, and in doing so created a series of industrial complexes which stand today, half a century later, as monuments to his genius, with such names as Canada Cement, Steel Company of Canada, Calgary Power and a host of others." - from the dustjacket. Slightly cocked, else very good in lightly nicked dustjacket. 25.00

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116 Beaverton, Ontario) Beaverton Story : Harvest of Dreams. Written and Published by the History Committee of the Beaverton Thorah Eldon Historical Society
Beaverton, 1984, ISBN:0919354041 
(Beaverton, Ontario). The Beaverton Story “Harvest of Dreams.” Written and Published by the History Committee of the Beaverton Thorah Eldon HistoricalSociety, (May) 1984. First Edition. Pp [i]-x,1-223,(7). Illustrated. Maps. Index. 8vo, pale green cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spine. Con tents : The Fishing Grounds of the Hurons - Early Navigation - Lure of the Land - Crossroads on the Beaver - The Churches of Beaverton - the Early Years - And Then There Were Schools - Of Men and Roads - The Town Halls - MoreThan a Mill-Site - The Horse and Buggy Days - Accommodating People - Roman ce of the Rails - Fires and Furnaces - The Churches of Beaverton - The Mid Years - An August Day in '84 - Men of the Press - Concerns for Health - Thorah Island - From Farms to Recreation : The Beaches - Champion Checkers - Out of the Nineteenth into the Twentieth Century - The Churches of Beaverton- The 1900's - The Harvest of Their Dreams. Very good in dustjacket. With errata slip tipped in. 25.00

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To Do and to Endure : The Life of Catherine Donnelly, Sister of Service., BECK, Jeanne R.
117 BECK, Jeanne R. To Do and to Endure : The Life of Catherine Donnelly, Sister of Service.
Dundurn Press, Toronto / Oxford , 1997, ISBN:155002289X 1997 155002289X / 9781550022896 
BECK, Jeanne R. To Do and to Endure : The Life of Catherine Donnelly, Sister of Service. Toronto / Oxford : Dundurn Press, (1997). First Printing. Pp [1]-329,(7),+ 32 pp plates. Illustrated. Index. 8vo, violet-red cloth, giltcrest to front board and lettering to spine.

“When teacher Catherine Donne lly first arrived in Western Canada from Ontario in 1918, she discovered two things: first, the need for a Catholic presence in the rural public schools of the west, and second, her own calling to be a religious. Catherine saw that the west was growing rapidly, and that there was a lack of religious guidance for the people of the region, particularly the immigrants coming from other countries. She looked to existing Catholic orders as a means of reaching these people, but found that none of the orders were willing to accept Catherine's radical ideas, such as her refusal to wear the traditional nun's habit, and her strong belief in the individuality of members of orders. Catherine founded the Sisters of Service in 1922, and through this new order was able to make an impact on the lives of townspeople and students in prairie schools of the west. In this biography, Jeanne Beck reconstructs the extraordinary life of Sister Catherine Donnelly. The well-researched account is at once informative and inspiring a fitting tribute to the woman who believed "the spiritual life and the intellectual life have the same root deep in the unity of the intelligence."

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118 BEER, Donald R. MacNAB, Alan Napier, Sir Sir Alan Napier MacNab.
Dictionary of Hamilton Biography, Hamilton, Ontario, 1984, ISBN:096102313 
BEER, Donald R. Sir Alan Napier MacNab. Hamilton, Ontario : Dictionary of Hamilton Biography, (1984). Pp [i]-xii,[1]-491,(1),+ 48 pp plates. Endpaper Maps. Index. 8vo, red cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spine. Contents : 1. Uncertain Beginning, 1798-1826. 2. The Making of a Magnate, 1826-32. 3. Economic Expansion and Political Retreat, 1832-4. 4. Emphasis on Moderation, 1834-5. 5. Sir Francis Bond Head, 1836. 6. Toryism Triumphant, 1836-7. 7. The Rebellion of 1837. 8. The Shadow of the Rebellion, 1838-41. 9. Transition, 1842-7. 10. The Great Western Railway, 1845-7. 11. Crisis, 1848-9 . 12. Railways and Politics, 1849-53. 13. The Great Western Crisis, 1853-4. 14. Premier, 1854-5. 15. Fall, 1855-6. 16. Uncertain Ending, 1856-62. Epilogue. Appendices : A. 'A Counsel in the Common Pleas'. B. Sir Allan and the Laird of MacNab. C. MacNab and the Liquor Question. D. Family Tree . ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL APPLY DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Circular blindstamp,short penned note to rear endpaper, else very good in dustjacket. 25.00

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119 BEISSEL, Henry. Under Coyote's Eye : A Play about Ishi. 2nd printing, signed, with inscription
Quadrant Editions, Dunvegan, Ontario, 1981, ISBN:0864950020 
BEISSEL, Henry. Under Coyote's Eye : A Play about Ishi. (Dunvegan, Ontario): Quadrant Editions, (August 1981). Second Printing. Pp (8),9-83,(1). 8 vo , black card covers. “... a hauntingly poetic rendition of two days in the life of Ishi, the last survivor of the doomed Yahi tribe, whose people wereslaughtered by white settlers and gold-seekers.” - from the back cover. Ru bbed, else very good. Inscribed by the author. 15.00

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120 BELANGER, Stephanie A.H., (ed. ) DAVIS, Karen D., (ed. ) Transforming Traditions : Women, Leadership & the Canadian Navy, 1942-2010.Paperback Edition.
Canadian Defence Academy Press, Kingston, Ontario, 2010, ISBN:9781100149394 
BELANGER, Stephanie A.H. and Karen D. DAVIS, (eds.). Transforming Traditions : Women, Leadership & the Canadian Navy, 1942-2010. Editors: Stéphanie A.H. Bélanger and Karen D. Davis. [Foreword by Vice-Admiral P. Dean McFadden]. (Kingston, ON): Canadian Defence Academy Press, (2010). First Paperback Printing. Pp. (2),i-xix,(1),1-204,(2). 8vo, illustrated white and grey card covers with gold and black lettering to front cover, white lettering to black spine. "As the Canadian navy celebrates its centennial, 'Transforming Traditions: Women, Leadership and the Canadian Navy, 1942-2010', provides a place marker for the full inclusion of women within naval history and culture in Canada. Today, many agree that a sailor is a sailor regardless of gender. While this is no doubt true in many respects, it is also true that the navy did not become the organization that it is today without some challenge and cultural growing pain. The curent status of women in the Canadian Forces' sea environment is testimony to the spirit of those women and men who served before them and, as such, the experiences shared inside this cover celebrate and commemorate those who have facilitated the contributions of women. This voume brings together a collection of leadership experiences and perspectives with a selection of research related to women in the navy. Forthe first time, the voices of Canadian navy women spanning 1942 to 2010 ar e presented within one volume. By representing this scope of experience within one integrated collection, the editors have conveyed an important message -- women have been an integral part of the navy for many years, and are committed to being a part of its future." - from the rear cover. Contents: 1. Lieutenant-Commander Karen D. Davis's "Once a Wren, Always a Wren: The Experience and Contribution of Canada's Wrens, 1942-2010"; 2. Wren Margaret Los (Haliburton)'s "Reflections of a Wren: I Would Do it Again 'at the dropof a hat'"; 3. Petty Officer Kathleen McCormack (Best)'s "From the Second World War to the 21st Century: Reflecting and Reconnecting"; 4. Wren Barbara Duncan's "Serving Canada and Remembering the Women Who Served"; 5. Petty Officer 1st class Rosalee Auger (van Stelten)'s "The Good, The Bad, and TheRoyal: The Challenges and Opportunites of Being a Wren"; 6. Chief Petty Of ficer 1st class Shirley Brown's "Wren Chief Leading Wrens into the Future... One Challenge, One Achievement at a Time"; 7. Leading Seaman Rose Tanchyk's "On Board HMCS Nipigon, 1989-1992: Living a Dream?"; 8. Commodore Jennifer Bennett's "How I Spent My Summer Vacation"; 9. Chief Petty Officer 1st class Barbara Corbett's "Blending In and Standing Out: Leading in a Sea of Gender Change"; 10. Commander Barbara Carter's "The Testimony of a Senior Naval Representative for Canada at Naval Component Central Command, Manama, Bahrain"; 11. Lieutenant-Commander Leanne Crowe's "Placing a Fix on the Chart: Finding Your Leadership Edge, Regardless of Gender"; 12. Commander MartaMulkins's "The Experience of a Naval Reserve Officer During Operation Argu s in Afghanistan"; 13. Commander Sara McMillan and Commander Michelaine LaHaie's "On Track By Leadmark"; 14. Petty Officer 1st class Alena Mondelli's "My Evolving Role as a Leader and as a Woman: A Personal Story"; 15. Lieutenant-Commander Nancy Setchell's "Toasting Positive Change and Progress... Every Day of the Week?"; 16. Sub-Lieutenant Louise Walton's "Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow"; 17. Leading Seaman Genevieve Jobin and Private Lorraine van Rensburg's "Integration and Innovation in Our New Navy: A View from the Lower Deck"; 18. Lieutenant (Navy) Stephanie Belanger's "Exploring Gender and Identity through the Experience of Women in the Canadian Navy at the Dawn of the 21st Century: A Study of Ten Testimonies"; 19. Lieutenant-Commander Lynn Bradley's "The Progress of Gender Integration in Canadian Warships: Views of the Leaders"; 20. Lieutenant-Commander Lynn Bradley and Lieutenant-Commander Debbie Pestell's "Experience With Mixed Gender Submarine Crews".Very good. 25.00

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