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121 BARTLETT, Bob). RAWLINS, Dennis BARTLETT, Robert A. RAWLINS, Dennis PEARY, Robert E.) Peary at the North Pole : Fact or Fiction?
Robert B. Luce, Washington, 1973, 
(BARTLETT, Bob). RAWLINS, Dennis. Peary at the North Pole : Fact or Fiction? Washington : Robert B. Luce, Inc., (1973). Pp 320. Illustrated. 8vo, bluecloth. O'Dea 5369. Many references to Capt. Bob Bartlett in Index. Ex-libr ary, else very good in dustjacket. 22.00

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122 BARTLETT, Bob, Captain). BROWNE, Susan Chalker BROWNE, Susan Chalker D'SOUZA, Mel Amazing Adventures of Captain Bob Bartlett. pbk.
Tuckamore Books, St. John's, NF, 2002, ISBN:189429453x 
(BARTLETT, Bob, Captain). BROWNE, Susan Chalker. The Amazing Adventures of Captain Bob Bartlett. Illustrated by Mel D'Souza. St. John's, NF: TuckamoreBooks, 2002. Pp. (6),1-32,(2). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated pale blue car d covers. A fictionalized, juvenile account of the adventures in the arcticof Newfoundland sailing captain Bob Bartlett. Vg. 8.00

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123 BARTLETT, Captain Bob]. Putnam, George Palmer. STEICHEN, Edward, photo on r dj panel Mariner of the North : The Life of Captain Bob Bartlett. First Edition, without dustjacket.
Duell, Sloan and Pearce, New York, 1947, 
(BARTLETT, Captain Bob). PUTNAM, George Palmer. Mariner of the North : The Life of Captain Bob Bartlett. New York : Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1947. First Printing. Pp (12),3-246. 8vo, blue cloth with gilt lettering to front board and spine. O'Dea 2673, Cooke & Caron p.323. Putnam (1887-1950). Chapters : The Great in Heart; The Bartletts of Brigus; Main Street of Adventure; Sealing; The Cruise of the Bonaventure; Shipwreck; Down North with Peary; The Long, Hard Journey; The North Pole; Polar Aftermaths; The Karluk Disaster; Sailor on Ice; The Effie M. Morrissey; The Morrissey Explores; He Brought 'Em Back Alive; Women; Walrus Emigrants; Arctic Tragedy; Alaskan Interludes; Arctic Wings and the Morrissey; The Last Voyage. With afterword, appendices and an index. Light sunning to spine and top edge, acquisition note and stamp to flyleaf, else very good. Without dustjacket. 20.00

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124 BARTLETT, Robert A. HALE, Ralph T. LESLIE, Edward E., new intro. STEFANSSON, Vilhjalmar Karluk's Last Voyage : An Epic of Death and Survival in the Arctic, 1913-1916. pbk.
Cooper Square Press, New York, 2001, ISBN:0815411243 
BARTLETT, Robert A. The Karluk's Last Voyage : An Epic of Death and Survival in the Arctic, 1913-1916 . As related by Her Captain, Robert A. Bartlett,and here set down by Ralph T. Hale. [New Introduction by Edward E. Leslie] . (New York): Cooper Square Press, (2001). Pp. (4),v-xxiv,(4),1-329,(1), + 25 leaves of plates. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated grey card covers. "'We did not all come back.' Thus begins this rare firsthand account (originally published in 1916 and long unavailable) of the extraordinary ordeal of the Karluk, the flagship of explorer Vilhjalmar Stefansson's Arctic expedition from 1913-1916. When ice trapped the Karluk, Stefansson abandoned Captain Robert A. Bartlett and the crew -- eleven of whom perished -- to their fate." - from the rear cover. Acquisition note inked verso front cover, else very good. 14.00

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125 BARTLETT, Robert A., Captain. Sails Over Ice : Northern Adventures Aboard the SS Morrissey.
Flanker Press Ltd., St. John's , 2008, ISBN:9781897317365 
BARTLETT, Robert A., Captain. Sails Over Ice : Northern Adventures Aboard the SS Morrissey. With a foreword by Paul O'Neill. St. John's : Flanker Press Ltd., 2008. First Flanker Printing. Pp [i]-xiii,(1),1-322. Illustrated. Index. 8vo, illustrated white card covers. “Sails Over Ice picks up where The Log of Bob Bartlett left off. Between the years 1925-1933, Captain Bob Bartlett and the Morrissey explored coastal Greenland and much of Northern Canada, harvesting scientific specimens and Inuit artifacts for North American societies and museums and collecting Arctic mammals for zoos. This world-famous captain from Newfoundland never lost a single soul on either of these trips. Most believe that Bartlett's contribution to exploration and natural science is without equal.” - from the back cover. Very good. 12.50

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126 BARTLETT, Robert A., Captain. HALE, Ralph T., set down by. O'NEILL, Paul, foreword. Last Voyage of the Karluk : Shipwreck and Rescue in the Arctic. Paperback Editin.
Flanker Press, St. John's, NF, 2007, ISBN:9781897317181 
BARTLETT, Robert A., Captain. The Last Voyage of the Karluk : Shipwreck andRescue in the Arctic. Set down by Ralph T. Hale, with a foreword by Paul O 'Neill. St. John's, NF: The Flanker Press, (2007). Pp. (6),vii-xvi,1-302,(2). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. "On January 4, 1914, theKarluk was stuck in ice when the ominous sound of the ship's stern being r ipped open by pack ice was heard by all on board. It sounded like the firing of a cannon. Bartlett immediately ordered supplies be unloaded on the ice. The Karluk began to break up on January 10, and all on board were orderedto abandon ship. When everyone was safely on the ice, the captain himself went back to his cabin and, all alone, put Chopin's 'Funeral March' on his Victrola. As the water rose in the cabin, he whispered 'Goodbye', left the sinking vessel to the mournful sound of Chopin's music and hurried out on the ice. It was to be the beginning of one of the greatest feats of valour in world history. From O'Neill's foreword (and the rear cover). Very good. 12.00

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127 BASHOW, David L. (ed.). HAYDON, Peter MALONEY, Sean M. DUVAL, Marcel Canadian Military Journal / Revue Militaire Canadienne Vol. 9, No. 1
Department of National Defence, Ottawa, 2008, 
BASHOW, David L. (ed.). Canadian Military Journal / Revue Militaire Canadienne Vol. 9, No. 1. (Ottawa : Department of National Defence, 2008). Pp 1-118;1-118. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated grey card covers. Contents : Andrew Leslie, Peter Gizewski, and Michael Rostek's "Developing a Comprehensive Approach to Canadian Forces Operations" (pp. 11-20); Ryan Clow's "Psychological Operations: The Need to Understand the Psychological Plane of Warfare" (pp. 21-29); Scot Robertson's "What Direction?: The Future ofAerospace Power and the Canadian Air Force, Part 2" (pp. 30-38); Brent C. Bankus's "Volunteers Make a Difference" (pp. 39-46); Kurt Grant's "A Role to Play: Examining the Militia Conundrum" (pp. 47-56); J. Don Richardson, Kathy Darte, Stéphane Grenier, Allan English, and Joe Sharpe's 'Operational Stress Injury Social Support: A Canadian Innovation in Professional Peer Support" (pp. 57-64); Peter Haydon's "Choosing the Right Fleet Mix: Lessons from the Canadian Patrol Frigate Selection Process" (pp. 65-75); Sean M. Maloney's "Canada's Arctic Sky Spies: The Director's Cut" (pp. 76-88); Marcel Duval's "From the Ground Up: Bringing Exercise Maple Flag into the 21st Century" (pp. 89-97); A.J. Barrett and D.E. Green's "The CF IT&E System is Overdue for Change" (pp. 98-99); Peter Denton's "Believers in the Battlespace" (pp. 100-101); a commentary by Martin Shadwick (pp. 102-104); and Michael Goodspeed's "Canada and New Paradigms of War". Back-to-back English and French texts. Very good. 12.00

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128 BASHOW, David L. (ed.). HUEBERT, Rob KILLABY, Guy DELVOIE, Louis A. Canadian Military Journal / Revue Militaire Canadienne Vol, 6, No. 4, Winter / Hiver 2005-2006
Department of National Defence, Ottawa, 2005, 
BASHOW, David L. (ed.). Canadian Military Journal / Revue Militaire Canadienne Vol, 6, No. 4, Winter / Hiver 2005-2006. (Ottawa : Department of National Defence, 2005). Pp 1-116;1-116. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 4to, illustrated black card covers. Contents : From Minister Hellyer to General Hillier: Understanding the Fundamental Differences between the Unification of the Canadian Forces and its Present Transformation (by Brigadier-General Daniel Gosselin and Doctor Craig Stone); Renaissance in Canadian Arctic Security? (by Doctor Rob Huebert); “Great Game in a Cold Climate”: Canada’s Arctic Sovereignty in Question (by Lieutenant-Commander Guy Killaby); The Northwest Passage in Context (by Andrea Charron); The Canadian Rangers: A “Postmodern” Militia that Works (by P. Whitney Lackenbauer); The Hidden Cost ofOperations: Foreign Exchange Risk Management in the Canadian Department of National Defence (by Doctor Naceur Essaddam, Major Christopher H. Bucar an d Major Richard A. Groves); Canadian Special Operations Forces: Transforming Paradigms (by Doctor J. Paul de B. Taillon); Improving Aircrew Interoperability in Coalition Warfare: Examining the Human Dimension of the Air PowerEquation (by Colonel Greg Matte); The Early Problems of a Famous Militia R egiment: Why the 86th Regiment Was Disbanded (by Doctor Desmond Morton); A Bridge Too Far: The Canadian Role in the Evacuation of the British 1st Arnhem-Oosterbeek, September 1944 (by David Bennett); Terrorism: Global Insecurity or Global Hyperbole? (by Louis A. Delvoie); Peacekeeping Then, Now and Always (by Doctor A. Walter Dorn). Back-to-back English and French texts. Corners creased, else very good. 12.00

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129 BASHOW, David L. (ed.). HUEBERT, Rob, Dr. ARMSTRONG-WHITWORTH, Peter HANSEN, Kenneth P. Canadian Military Journal / Revue Militaire Canadienne Vol. 8, No. 2, Summer / Ete 2007.
Department of National Defence, Ottawa, 2007, 
BASHOW, David L. (ed.). Canadian Military Journal / Revue Militaire Canadienne. Vol. 8, No. 2, Summer/Été 2007. (Ottawa : Department of National Defence, 2007). Pp 1-100;1-100. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated white card covers. Contents : Doctor Rob Huebert's "Canadian Arctic Maritime Security: The Return to Canada's Third Ocean" (pp. 9-16); Stuart White's "A Paper Shield: Continuity and Failure in the Restraint of War" (pp. 17-24); Peter Armstrong-Whitworth's "Shirbrig: The Future of Canada's Contribution to UN Peace Operations?" (pp. 25-34); Andrew Gale and Wayne Pickering's "Force Protection" (pp. 35-42); Doctor John Scott Cowan's "A War on Terror: IsIt Possible?" (pp. 43-50); Adam Lajeunesse's 'The Distant Early Warning Li ne and the Canadian Battle for Public Perception" (pp. 51-59); Gregory Liedtke's "Canadian Offensive Operations in Normandy Revisited" (pp. 60-68); Doctor Adam Chapnick's "Taking Sides: The Myth of Canadian Neutrality in World Affairs" (pp. 69-72); Doctor Randall Wakelam's "Education While Transforming: Defining Essential Professional Learning in a Complex Security Environment" (pp. 73-76); Lieutenant-Colonel M.W. Bullock's "Are We Asking the Right Question?" (pp. 77-78); Commander Kenneth P. Hansen's "Reviving the Princes" (pp. 79-80); a commentary by Martin Shadwick (pp. 81-82); and Lieutenant Timothy C. Winegard's "Special Report: Here at Vimy: A Retrospective -- The 90th Anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge" (pp. 83-85). Back-to-backEnglish and French texts. Very good. 12.00

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130 BASHOW, David L. (ed.). TUNNICLIFFE, Mark GRANATSTEIN, Jack . BALESEVICIUS, Tony Canadian Military Journal / Revue Militaire Canadienne. Vol. 11, No. 2, Spring / Printemps 2011.
Department of National Defence, Ottawa, 2011, 
BASHOW, David L. (ed.). Canadian Military Journal / Revue Militaire Canadienne. Vol. 11, No. 2, Spring/Printemps 2011. (Ottawa : Department of National Defence, 2011). Pp 1-72;1-72. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 4to, illustrated white card covers. Contents : The Canadian Forces in 2010 and 2011:Looking Back and Looking Forward (by General Walter Natynczyk); Outside CF Transformation Looking In (by Allan English); Towards a Canadian Forces Ar ctic Operating Concept (by Tony Balasevicius); Vimy, April 1917: The Birth of Which Nation? (by Jean Martin); Perpetual Interests… The Admiralty Influence on the Development of the Naval Service of Canada (by Mark Tunnicliffe, pp 38-47); A Rejection of the Need for Warrior Scholars? (by Bernd Horn);“What is to be done?” The Future of Canadian Second World War History (by Jack Granatstein); Philosophy and the Military (by Manon Turgeon); Acquiring Expertise on the Chinese Military (by Richard Desjardins). Back-to-back English and French texts. Very good. 12.00

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131 BEACH, Edward L. Cold Is the Sea. First Edition in dustjacket
Holt, Rinehart and Winston, New York, 1978, ISBN:0030139163 
BEACH, Edward L. Cold Is the Sea. New York : Holt, Rinehart and Winston, (1978). First Printing. Pp (8),1-348,(4). 8vo, black cloth spine, white papercovered boards, silver lettering to spine. A new novel by the author of Ru n Silent, Run Deep and Dust on the Sea. “Now, fifteen years after the end of World War II, the United States Navy is converting its fleet of conventional submarines to nuclear-powered ships that can remain submerged indefinitely and have a capacity for devastating fire- power. The Cushing, one of our most advanced submarines whose sixteen missile silos can carry more plosive power than all the munitions used in both world wars, is sent on a secret mission to the Arctic Ocean to determine whether her missiles are effective when fired from beneath the ice. When Cushing is incapacitated, with a suspicion Russian sub lurking in the vicinity, the scene is set for a dramatic novel rich in all the technical detail and submarine lore that have entertained millions of readers of Captain Beach's other novels.” (from the dj). Very good in price-clipped dustjacket. 18.00

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132 BEARDSLEY, Martyn. FRANKLIN, John). Deadly Winter : The Life of Sir John Franklin. Hardcover in dustjacket.
Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, MD., 2002, ISBN:1557501793 
BEARDSLEY, Martyn. Deadly Winter : The Life of Sir John Franklin. Annapolis, MD. : Naval Institute Press, (2002). Pp. (9), x-xiv, (2), 1-272 + [8] p. of plates. Illustrated. 8vo, red cloth with gilt spine titles. "This fascinating and sometimes harrowing account of the life of the famous British explorer John Franklin examines his incident-filled and sometimes contentious career from his early days, when he fought at the battle of Trafalgar, to his last expedition to seek the fabled Northwest Passage when he vanished along with his men in controversial and mysterious circumstances. Though his name is perhaps one of the most significant in the many recent books written on Arctic exploration, no biography has appeared for over twenty years. Theories - many wild - continue to abound on the fate of his final expedition of 1845, while questions hang over his first Arctic overland expedition, when many men died of cold and starvation and Franklin himself was hours from death. The author has tackled these episodes in a fair and balanced way and, drawing on much recent research, settled many of the wilder theories. A significant part of the book is also devoted to Franklin the sailor and the man. He was present at two of Nelson's most famous battles, Copenhagen and Trafalgar, and sailed with the great navigator Matthew Flinders on the first circumnavigation of Australia. The book covers his governorship of Tasmania, and gives an insight into the corruption and political chicanery which finally drove him out. Franklin was married to two exceptional women, and through surviving letters and diaries we catch a glimpse of his relationship with the precocious but frail Eleanor Anne Porden, who died tragically young while he was away on an expedition. He subsequently married the strong-willed Jane Griffin, who won great admiration in her attempts to pressurethe Admiralty to step up their efforts to find her missing husband. While exploration and colonial history form the heart of the book, everyday life and relationships in Regency and Victorian England are skillfully interwoven and Franklin emerges sympathetically as a robust and honourable man, diligent in the pursuit of his country's interests." -- from rear cover. Very good in dust jacket. 30.00

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Log-Line : The Adventures of a Great Sailing Captain. First Edition in dustjacket., BEATTIE, Jessie L. DIXON, Charles C.
133 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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134 BEATTIE, Owen and John GEIGER. Frozen in Time : Unlocking the Secrets of the Franklin Expedition. First Canadian Edition in dustjacket.
Western Producer Prairie Books, Saskatoon, 1988, ISBN:088833253x 
BEATTIE, Owen and John GEIGER. Frozen in Time : Unlocking the Secrets of the Franklin Expedition. Saskatoon: Western Proiducer Prairie Books, (1988). First Canadian printing. Pp. (7),viii-xi,(1),[1]-180, + 24 p. of colour plates. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth, grey lettering to spine. "The truth about what happened on SIr John Franklin's ill-fated Arctic expedition of 1845-48 has been shroweded in mystery for nearly 140 years. The disappearance ofFranklin's lavishly equipped ships -- HMS Terror and HMS Erebus -- togethe r with the absence of any written accounts of the journey, save one tragic note found by a nineteenth-century search expedition, had left attempts at a reconstruction of events sketchy and inconclusive. Then, on June 29, 1981, part of a bleached human skull was foundby the team working with anthropologist Dr. Owen Beattie. This led -- through three further scientific expeditions over the next five years -- to the quite extraordinary revelations of this book. unravelled here are the circumstances by which the surviving members of Franklin's elite naval forces came within sight of the Northwest Passage, which was their journey's goal, only to succumb to the horrors of starvation, scurvy, and cannibalism." - from the dustjacket. Very good in dustjacket. 15.00

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135 BEAUFORT, Francis). FRIENDLY, Alfred FRIENDLY, Alfred Beaufort of the Admiralty : The Life of Sir Francis Beaufort 1774-1857. First American Edition in dustjacket
Random House, New York, 1977, ISBN:0394417607 
(BEAUFORT, Sir Francis). FRIENDLY, Alfred. Beaufort of the Admiralty : The Life of Sir Francis Beaufort 1774-1857. New York : Random House, (1977). First US Edition. Pp (6),[7]-362. Illustrated. 8vo, brown cloth spine. "To yachtsmen, the name 'Beaufort' signifies the international scale of wind forces. To cryptographers, it identifies a famous cipher. Yet these inventions only inadequately represent the tremendous accomplishments of one of the nineteenth century's most gifted and complex figures. For Admiral Sir FrancisBeaufort's greatest achievements were the revitalization of the Hydrograph ic Office and the perfecting of the Admiralty Chart, a standard for accuracy from the 1830s to the present day. Some of his own surveys, made more than 160 years ago, are still the official authority. Virtually self-educated (he left school at fourteen), Beaufort eventually became Hydrographer of the Admiralty after adventurous service in the Royal Navy during the Napoleonic Wars; he suffered nineteen wounds in capturing an enemy vessel from under the guns of a Spanish fortress, and came close to death again from a fanatic's bullet while surveying the Turkish coast. He remained head of the Hydrographic Office longer than any man before or since, building it into the finest chart-making and maritime-science center of its age, and forming alliances with such great scientists as Herschel, Airy and Babbage. (It was through Beaufort's connections with the Cambridge scientists that Darwin was selected to sail as 'savant' on the Beagle.) The great observatories at Greenwich and the Cape of Good Hope came under his administration. For eight years he presided over the Arctic Council in its searches for Sir John Franklin, lost on his last polar voyage to discover the Northwest Passage. Over a period of a quarter of a century Beaufort directed the most ambitious maritime explorations and experiments of the period. Beaufort's career was oneof struggle, of alternating episodes of triumph and despair; his was also the classic case of the evil of the "interest" system of naval promotions: for long years he was denied the advancement he deserved, until the injustice done him became notorious among his fellow officers. Portions of his 2000-odd letters and journals, never before published or even examined professionally, were written in cipher, which the author has succeeded in breaking. " - from the dj. With notes, bibliography and index. Ships in his life include Aquilon, Woolwich, Blossom, and Frederickssteen. Vg in dustjacket. 30.00

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136 Beaver Magazine MALCOMSON, Bob LOUDON, Pete RAY, Arthur Beaver : Exploring Canada's History, April / May 1990 Vol. 70:2
Hudson's Bay Company, Winnipeg, 1990, 
(Beaver Magazine). The Beaver : Exploring Canada's History, April / May 1990 Vol. 70:2. Winnipeg : Hudson's Bay Company, 1990. Pp [1]-63,(1) includingcovers. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 4to, illustrated card covers. C ontents : Roughing It In The Colonies [Englishmen face the "wilderness" on Vancouver Island] (by Richard and Alexander Mackie); A Girlhood In Government House [that far-off time when the Prince of Wales came to dance] (by Elizabeth Aikins Ney as told to Adele Rose Wickett); Pride Of The West [a Canadian family in the grip of the Great Depression] (by Pete Loudon); Rivals For Fur [the Great War brought dramatic changes to the North] (by Arthur Ray); War On The Lakes [the struggle on the inland sea, 1812-1814] (by Bob Malcomson, pp 44-52). Very good. 10.00

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137 Beaver Magazine ROSS, W. Gillies GOUGH, Barry M. BOLUS, Malvina Beaver : Magazine of the North, Autumn 1973, Outfit 304:2
Hudson's Bay Company, Winnipeg, 1973, 
(Beaver Magazine). The Beaver : Magazine of the North, Autumn 1973, Outfit 304:2. Winnipeg : Hudson's Bay Company, 1973. Pp [1]-63,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 4to, illustrated red stapled card covers. Contents : Four Kings Came to Dinner with Their Honours (by Malvina Bolus)' House That Knight Built (by Walter Zacharchuk); The Robert Janes Murder Trial at Pond Inlet (by A. Stevenson); Moose Factory 1673-1973; KeremedsGrist Mill (by Carolyn Smyly); Autumn in Dogrib Country (photostory by Jea n Morisset); Sourdough (by Calvin Rytstrum); The 1813 Expedition to Astoria(by Barry M. Gough, pp 44-52); Whaling in Hudson Bay. Part III: The Voyage s of the 'Perseverance' (by W. Gillies Ross, 52-59). Rubbed, else very good. 10.00

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138 Beaver Magazine ROSS, W. Gillies SOPER, J. Dewey MITCHELL, Elaine Allen Beaver : Magazine of the North, Spring 1973, Outfit 303:4
Hudson's Bay Company, Winnipeg, 1973, 
(Beaver Magazine). The Beaver : Magazine of the North, Spring 1973, Outfit 303:4. Winnipeg : Hudson's Bay Company, 1973. Pp [1]-62,(2) including covers. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 4to, illustrated green stapled card covers. Contents : Whaling in Hudson Bay. Part 1: Marble Island (by W. Gillies Ross, pp 4-11); Pond Inlet (sketches by Susan Ross); Memoir or Account (by Bishop J.N. Provencher); Mackenzie River Cruise (by Dolly Connelly, pp 24-29); Frederick House Massacre (by Elaine Allen Mitchell); The Stream (by Robert W. Nero and Robert R. Taylor); Pangnirtung Pass (by J. Dewey Soper);The Shuswap Kekuli (by John H. Smyly); Sioux Lookout Medical Program (by W ayne R. McKinney). Very good. 10.00

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139 Beaver Magazine SIMMONS, Deidre BUMSTED, J.M. COUTTS, Robert Beaver : Exploring Canada's History, June / July 1994, Vol. 74:3.
Douglas & McIntyre, Vancouver , 1994, ISBN:0888943253 
(Beaver Magazine). The Beaver : Exploring Canada's History, June / July 1994, Vol. 74:3. Winnipeg : Hudson's Bay Company, 1994. Pp [1]-56,(2) including covers. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 4to, illustrated green card covers. Contents : Annals of the Fur Trade [the making of the Hudson's Bay Company Archives] (by Deidre Simmons); 'Mere Curiosities Are Not Required' [the story of the HBC Museum Collection] (by Robert Coutts and Katherine Pettipas); On the Cariboo Gold Rush Road [the long, dangerous journey to the mother lode] (by Robert H. Busch); 1919 [the Winnipeg General Strike reconsidered] (by J.M. Bumsted). Very good. 10.00

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140 Beaver Magazine WARNER, John Anson ARMSTRONG, James B. YOUNG, Delbert A. Beaver : Magazine of the North, Winter 1973, Outfit 304:3.
Hudson's Bay Company, Winnipeg, 1973, 
(Beaver Magazine). The Beaver : Magazine of the North, Winter 1973, Outfit 304:3. Winnipeg : Hudson's Bay Company, 1973. Pp [1]-62,(2) including covers. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 4to, illustrated green stapled card covers. Contents : Allen Sapp (by John Anson Warner); Was There An Unsuspected Killer Aboard the 'Unicorn'? (by Delbert A. Young, pp 9-15); Temples in the Wilderness (by John J. Brioux); By Train to Fort McMurray (by James B. Armstrong); Ellesmere and Axel Heiberg Islands (by Robert R. Taylor); Lichens (by P. Franks); Pangnirtung (by Kenn Harper); Kingnait Pass (by J. DeweySoper); 'Old House' at Albany (by W.A. Kenyon); Burntwood Carrying Place ( by H.B. Brehaut). Rubbed, else very good. 10.00

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