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121 CLARK, John) John Clark : The Night Paintings
Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, Banff, Alberta, 1989, 
(CLARK, John). John Clark : The Night Paintings. (Banff, Alberta) : Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, 1989. Pp (4) including covers. Double Column. 4to, one sheet folded once, with colour illustrations to front and back covers. A brochure to accompany an exhibition at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, January 10 - February 12, 1989. Includes biographical data on the artist and a critical essay on his work. John Clark was born in Yorkshire, England, in 1943, and moved to Canada in 1978, and became a Canadian citizen. Very good. 15.00

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122 CLARK, Rex, (ed.) INGLIS, Gordon SINCLAIR, Peter JOHNSTONE, Frederick Contrary Winds : Essays on Newfoundland Society in Crisis
Breakwater, 1986, 
CLARK, Rex, (ed.). Contrary Winds : Essays on Newfoundland Society in Crisis. St.John's : Breakwater Books, (1986). Pp (4),5-186,(6). 8vo, green card covers. Includes Clark's "Romancing the Harlequins: A Note on Class Struggle in the Newfoundland Village"; Vince Walsh's "Stagnant Capital and Mobile People"; Peter R. Sinclair's "Saving the Fishery - Again!: The 1981-82 Fisheries Crisis in Newfoundland"; Gordon Inglis' "'Lawyers, Priests, and Gangsters from Chicago': Factors in the Development of the Newfoundland Fishermen, Food and Allied Workers' Union"; Elliott Leyton's "Drunk and Disorderly: Changing Crime in Newfoundland"; Mark Shrimpton's "The Big Squeeze: Housing Problems in the City of St.John's"; W.R. Hynd's "Oil, Politics and Social Change: Newfoundland and Alberta Compared"; J.D. House's "Oil and the North Atlantic Periphery: Scottish Experience and the Prospects for Newfoundland"; James Overton's "Oil and Gas: The Rhetoric and Reality of Development in Newfoundland"; and Frederick Johnstone's "Bones and Bare Cupboards: Dependency, Class and Crisis in the 'New Newfoundland', An Overview". Vg. 12.50

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123 CLARK, Rex, (ed.) WALSH, Vince SHRIMPTON, Mark LEYTON, Elliott Contrary Winds : Essays on Newfoundland Society in Crisis
Breakwater, St. John's, 1986, ISBN:0919519679 
CLARK, Rex, (ed.). Contrary Winds : Essays on Newfoundland Society in Crisis. St. John's : Breakwater Books, (1986). Pp (4),5-186,(6). 8vo, pale greentrade paperback. Includes Clark's "Romancing the Harlequins: A Note on Cla ss Struggle in the Newfoundland Village"; Vince Walsh's "Stagnant Capital and Mobile People"; Peter R. Sinclair's "Saving the Fishery - Again!: The 1981-82 Fisheries Crisis in Newfoundland"; Gordon Inglis' "'Lawyers, Priests,and Gangsters from Chicago': Factors in the Development of the Newfoundlan d Fishermen, Food and Allied Workers' Union"; Elliott Leyton's "Drunk and Disorderly: Changing Crime in Newfoundland"; Mark Shrimpton's "The Big Squeeze: Housing Problems in the City of St.John's"; W.R. Hynd's "Oil, Politics and Social Change: Newfoundland and Alberta Compared"; J.D. House's "Oil and the North Atlantic Periphery: Scottish Experience and the Prospects for Newfoundland"; James Overton's "Oil and Gas: The Rhetoric and Reality of Development in Newfoundland"; and Frederick Johnstone's "Bones and Bare Cupboards: Dependency, Class and Crisis in the 'New Newfoundland', An Overview". Very good. 10.00

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124 CLARK, S.D. Movements of Political Protest in Canada 1640-1840.
University of Toronto Press, Toronto), 1978, ISBN:0802070914 
CLARK, S.D. Movements of Political Protest in Canada 1640-1840. (Toronto) :University of Toronto Press, (1978). Scholarly Reprint Series Edition. Pp [i]-viii,(2),[1]-518. Index. 8vo, black cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Volume 9 in the Social Credit in Alberta : Its Background and Development series. Contents : The First American War of Independence, 1660-1760. 1. The Struggle for the St. Lawrence. 2. The Collapse of French Power in America. The War of the United Colonies, 1765-1785. 3. The New Colonies and the American Revolution. 4. The Neutral Yankees of Nova Scotia. 5. The Struggle for the Fourteenth Colony. 6. The New Loyalist Provinces. The Struggle for the West, 1785-1815. 7. Revolution in Europe and the American Liberation Movement. 8. Nova Scotia. 9. New Brunswick. 10. Lower Canada. 11. Upper Canada. 12. Hinterland and Metropolis. 13. The Failure of the Liberation Effort of 1812. The Canadian Rebellions, 1815-1840. 14. The Liberation Effort of 1838. 15. The Rebellion Movement in Lower Canada. 16. The Rebellion Movement in Upper Canada. 17. The Collapse of the Liberation Effort. 18. Political Organization and the New Canadian Community. Rear inner hinge broken, else very good. As is. 35.00

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125 COCHRAN, Bente Roed. Printmaking in Alberta, 1945-1985. First Edition in dustjacket.
University of Alberta Press, Edmonton, 1989, ISBN:0888641397 
COCHRAN, Bente Roed. Printmaking in Alberta, 1945-1985. (Edmonton): The University of Alberta Press, (1989). First Printing. Pp. (4),[v]-ix,(1),1-173,(1). Illustrated, occasionally in colour. Double column. Large oblong 8vo, blue cloth with silver lettering to spine. Contents: I. Canadian Printmaking and its Influence on Alberta Printmakers: The Kingston Conference -- 'Canadian Art' -- National Print Societies -- Exposure: National and International Exhibition Opportunities -- Exposure: Commercial Galleries. II. Printmaking in Alberta: Early Print Activities -- The Alberta Society of Artists and 'Highlights' -- The Late Thirties and Forties -- The Fifties: The Print Societies and the Hart House Show -- The Sixties -- Development and Growth of Educational Institutions -- Graphic Workshops in Alberta -- Recent PrintActivities, 1970-1985. III. Alberta Print Artists [with biographical sketc hes and examples of the works of the following]: Elizabeth L.F. Allen, Kay M. Angliss, Maxwell bennett Bates, Derek Michael Besant, Carole Bondaroff, James D. Brodie, John Kenneth Esler, Susan Ford, Velma A. Foster, Francine Gravel, Alexandra Haeseker, Gerald Hushlak, Liz Ingram, Marvin H. Jones, Walter Jule, Harry Mitsuo Kiyooka, William J.H. Laing, Tomas Lax, Barbara Harvey Leighton, Helen Mackie, Thelma Manarey, Margaret May, Marion Nicoll, Gary G. Olson, Lyndal Osborne, Clifford Robinson, Kenneth C. Samuelson, HarrySavage, Noboru Sawai, Bonnie Sheckter, Margaret Dorothy Shelton, James Agr ell Smith, John Snow, Sylvain Voyer, Kenneth A. Webb, George Weber, Andie C. Wicherts, and John Will. Very good in dustjacket. 25.00

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126 COHEN, Stan Forgotten War : A Pictorial History of World War II in Alaska and Northwestern Canada. 3d pr pb.
Pictorial Histories Publishing Co., 1982, 
COHEN, Stan. The Forgotten War : A Pictorial History of World War II in Alaska and Northwestern Canada. Missoula, Mont.: Pictorial Histories Publishing Co., (February 1982). Third Printing. Pp 260. 4to, ill. card covers. Chapters : 1. North Country Defenses 1867-1941; 2. Northwest Staging Route; 3. The Alaska Highway; 4. The Canol Project; 5. Lend-Lease to Russia; 6. Transportation Systems; 7. Towns and Airfields; 8. North Country at War; 9. Aleutian Island Defenses; 10. Dutch Harbor; 11. Adak; 12. Amchitka; 13. The Navy at War; 14. The Air Force at War; 15. The Battle of Attu; 16. The Kiska Occupation; 17. Legacy of the War. "The Battle of Attu was the second most costly battle as per troops involved in the Pacific Theater for the United States during the war. The Battle of Attu was the first amphibious island invasion by the U. S. Army in World War II. The first bombing of the Japanesehomeland by land based Navy bombers was from the Aleutian Islands. More th an one billion dollars was spent on construction projects in Alaska and northwestern Canada by the U. S. Government in World War II. The Alaska-Highway-Canol Project was the largest overseas construction project during the war. The first invasion of U. S. Soil since the War of 1812 happened in the Aleutian Islands in 1942. The first Japanese Zero captured intact in the warwas on Atkun Island in July 1942. The longest continuous telephone line in the world was strung from Fairbanks, Alaska, to Edmonton, Alberta, along t he Alaska Highway. The Battle of the Komandorskis in March 1943 was the longest continuous gunnery battle in modern naval history."- from the rear cover. Name, slightly rubbed, spine crease, else very good. 30.00

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127 COLFORD, Ian Crimes of Hector Tomas. A novel. First Edition, Paperback, signed.
Freehand Books, Calgary, 2012, ISBN:9781554811090 
COLFORD, Ian. The Crimes of Hector Tomas. A novel. (Calgary, Alberta): Freehand Books (an imprint of Broadview Press), (2012). First Printing. Pp. (8),94-14,(2). 8vo, decorated black card covers. "Enrique Tomas lives a quiet life with a large, loving family in an unnamed South American country. But Enrique has secrets. When his second eldest son, Hector, and Hector's beloved friend Nadia uncover one of Enrique's secrets, the course of Hector's life is irrevocably altered. Exiled by his parents to the isolated countryside, Hector is accused of terrorism -- a crime of which he is innocent, yet ruthlessly punished. As he struggles to extricate himself from the clutches of a brutal and paranoid military regime, he learns that freedom comes at aterrible price. 'The Crimes of Hector Tomas' is an epic novel about disapp earance and deception, family and nation. Enrique, Hector, and Nadia are trapped in a nightmare world where innocence counts for nothing and justice is a dream. Once they make their choices, they can never go back." - from the rear cover. Very good. Signed by Colford without inscription on the titlepage. 15.00

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128 COMFORT, Darlene J. DUFFY, Peter G. Abasand Fiasco : The rise and fall of a brave pioneer oil sands extraction plant. First Printing in dustjacket
Friesen Printers, Edmonton, AB, 1980, ISBN:088925201F 
COMFORT, Darlene J. The Abasand Fiasco : The rise and fall of a brave pioneer oil sands extraction plant. Edited by Peter G. Duffy. (Edmonton : Friesen Printers, October 1980). First Printing. Pp (1),2-148,(4). Illustrated. Index. 4to, pale green cloth, black lettering to front board and spine. "Together the two struggled to raise both nterest and funds in order to build an exoerimental oil extraction plant in a secluded valley on the banks of the Horse River near the hamlet of Fort McMurray. They failed to find anyone else in Canada who shared their enthusiasm for the Athabasca tar sands. TheGreat Depression had most of the Free World in its terrible grip and no on e was willing to gamble. Undaunted, Ball drained his financial resources and the plant was built, proudly sporting the name Abasand Oils Ltd. With Ells' accumulated knowledge of the tar sands and Ball's experience in oil, success should have been theirs; after all, they had both paid their dues in the long years which had gone before. Fate thought otherwise and triumph slipped from their grasp to be replaced by frustration, disaster, despair, andfinally, abandonment. Never had a company endured so many misfortunes whic h were none of its own making. The outbreak of the Second World War, two near-disastrous fires and the expropriation of the entire operation by the federal government helped sound the death knell for the brave little adventure in the Horse River valley. Even the Alberta government's slow awakening to the potential of the tar sands came too late to save Abasand Ols Ltd. If there is any consolation, it is that Ells lived long enough to see his dreams become a reality with the opening of the Great Canadian Oil Sands plant (now Suncor), the world's first commercial oil sands extraction plant. The Abasand Fiasco is a true story of courage and heartbreak which has many parallels in today's development of the Athabasca tar sands. It is also a tribute to the pioneers like Ells and Ball." (from the dj). Very good in chipped and torn dustjacket. Signed with inscription by the author. 30.00

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129 Commonwealth Games Association of Canada) Canada's Part in The 11th Commonwealth Games
1978, 
(Commonwealth Games Association of Canada). Canada's Part in The 11th Commonwealth Games. Edmonton, Alberta, August 3rd to 12th, 1978 ; Official Report of The Commonwealth Games Association of Canada 1975-1978. N. pl.: n. p.,[1978]. Pp. 199. Illustrated. 8vo, white card covers, plain spine. Very sm all nick to head of spine, light browning, else vg. 40.00

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130 CONNELLY, Karen Border Surrounds Us. First Edition.
McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 2000, ISBN:077102245X 
CONNELLY, Karen. The Border Surrounds Us. (Toronto): McClelland & Stewart, (2000). First Edition. Pp. (12), 3-109, (1). 8vo, illustrated green card covers, peach lettering to front and spine. Contents: Part One. The Vacation ; The Story ; The Dancer ; The Blessing Scars ; The Cowgirl ; The Moment ; Part Two. The Darkness Above Mandalay ; Prison Entrance ; The Mon Fisherman; The Portrait ; Fine Jade Bracelet ; The Scornful Gardener ; The Guerilla Soldier ; The Flood ; the border ; Delicacy ; The Cortract ; Whe she carri ed ; Part Three. The child dead ; The Moth ; The Musician's Life ; Marie onthe Island ; The Regime in Athens ; While dancing with the Gypsy Boy ; on Constantina's birthday ; Siberia ; Guidebook ; Never tell what you wish for; Nightingales ; The Old Woman Speaks ; Andreas Amerikanos ; Part Four. Th e Border Surrounds Us. Very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be a bit cheaper than quoted. 12.50

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131 CONNELLY, Karen Come Cold River. First Edition.
Quattro Books, Toronto, 2013, ISBN:9781927443477 
CONNELLY, Karen. Come Cold River. (Toronto): Quattro Books, (2013). First Edition. Pp. (12), 13-105, (5). 8vo, illustrated black card covers, black lettering to front, white lettering to spine. Contents: Home for Good. why the poem? ; Home for Good ; Familiar ; The War ; My sister used to hitchhike all the time ; The Truth ; The Breakfast Cereal of His Youth ; A Good Question ; Dinner Time ; Knot ; Crow ; Little One ; Enough ; Awake. Command ; The Lost Father ; Symadia ; I Awake ; The Children ; The Last Shelter. The Speed of Rust ; Swimming Lessons on Vancouver Island ; River Sister ; Animal Life ; Possession ; Group Portrait by Starlight ; Shelter on the Banks of the Bow ; No Hunter in the Field. Very good. Due to its small size, shippingcosts should be a bit cheaper than quoted. 12.50

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132 CONNELLY, Karen Small Words In My Body. inscribed.
Kalamalka Press, Vernon, B.C., 1990, ISBN:0969348215 
CONNELLY, Karen. The Small Words In My Body. (Vernon, B.C.) : Kalamalka Press, (1990). First Edition. Pp (10),11-76,(4). 8vo, illustrated black card covers, lettered in white. Kalamalka New Writers Series: 3. A book of poetryby this Alberta author. Contents : Part I - Four Suites : The Remarkable C heapness of Blood (I Know All This; Houses Down; From My Father's Hand; TheFifth Season; Family Reunions; Annie's Boy; Lunch in the City; The Remarka ble Cheapness of Blood); Grave Digging (How Clean You Have Become; SlammingDoors; This Day, Birthday of a Sister's Death; Singing; Grave Digging); Wh y People Have Lovers Now (It's Easy for the Men I Know; Why People Have Lovers Now; What I Didn't Get in Church; The Beautiful Joke; When I Became Another Animal; A Moth in a Glass; A Nightmare and a True Story; The Small Words In My Body; Carefully, You Kill; The Autopsy of a Strange Bright Creature; The Good and Gentle Lies); Languages I Have Failed to Learn (Langauages I Have Faailed to Learn; April Nigntmares. Part II - Learning Colour and Demons, Northern Thailand : Learning Colours and Demons, Northern Thailand; The Smallest Slaughter; Storms in Siam; For Junwei Qi, Who Went Home; New Legends: Cambodia 1976; The Singing Beggars, Chiang Mai; A Story for Suradev,In Bangkok; The Streets of Purple Cloth; The Country is a Dream, He Said; My Skin, the Bitter Colour. Part III - She Arrives in a Loose Blue Skirt, Spain : She Arrives in a Loose Blue Skirt. Very good. Signed and inscribed by the author on the half-title page. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 25.00

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133 CONNELLY, Karen Small Words In My Body. Revised Edition, paperback.
Kaleyard/Gutter, Toronto, 1995, ISBN:1896356001 
CONNELLY, Karen. The Small Words In My Body. (Toronto): Kaleyard Books, an imprint of Gutter Press, (1995). Revised Edition. Pp. (3),iv-vi,(2),[1]-84,(4). 8vo, illustrated black, cream and purple card covers, purple, cream and white lettering to front cover, black and white lettering to spine. "Thisrevised and expanded edition of 'The Small Words In My Body' brings Karen Connelly's remarkable early work out of hiding. Awarded the Pat Lowther prize when it was first published by the Kalamalka New Writers Society in 1990, this poetry collection allows readers to dig at the roots of a leading Canadian author." - from rear. Very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be a bit cheaper than quoted. 15.00

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134 CONNELLY, Karen Small Words In My Body. signed
Kalamalka Press, Vernon, B.C., 1990, ISBN:0969348215 
CONNELLY, Karen. The Small Words In My Body. (Vernon, B.C.) : Kalamalka Press, (1990). First Edition. Pp (10),11-76,(4). 8vo, illustrated black card covers, letered in white. Kalamalka New Writers Series: 3. A book of poetry by this Alberta author. Contents : Part I - Four Suites : The Remarkable Cheapness of Blood (I Know All This; Houses Down; From My Father's Hand; The Fifth Season; Family Reunions; Annie's Boy; Lunch in the City; The Remarkable Cheapness of Blood); Grave Digging (How Clean You Have Become; Slamming Doors; This Day, Birthday of a Sister's Death; Singing; Grave Digging); WhyPeople Have Lovers Now (It's Easy for the Men I Know; Why People Have Love rs Now; What I Didn't Get in Church; The Beautiful Joke; When I Became Another Animal; A Moth in a Glass; A Nightmare and a True Story; The Small Words In My Body; Carefully, You Kill; The Autopsy of a Strange Bright Creature; The Good and Gentle Lies); Languages I Have Failed to Learn (Langauages IHave Faailed to Learn; April Nigntmares. Part II - Learning Colour and Dem ons, Northern Thailand : Learning Colours and Demons, Northern Thailand; The Smallest Slaughter; Storms in Siam; For Junwei Qi, Who Went Home; New Legends: Cambodia 1976; The Singing Beggars, Chiang Mai; A Story for Suradev, In Bangkok; The Streets of Purple Cloth; The Country is a Dream, He Said; My Skin, the Bitter Colour. Part III - She Arrives in a Loose Blue Skirt, Spain : She Arrives in a Loose Blue Skirt. Edgeworn, else very good. Signed without inscription by the author. 25.00

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135 Cook Book - St. John's Presbyterian Church, Medicine Hat, Alberta Kitchen Tested Recipes.
First Street Circle, St. John's Presbyterian Church, Medicine Hat, Alberta, 1931, 
(Cook Book - St. John's Presbyterian Church). Kitchen Tested Recipes. (Medicine Hat, Alberta) : First Street Circle, St. John's Presbyterian Church, 1931. (Printed by E.N. Dowson, Printer, Medicine Hat, Alta.). Pp [1]-42,(2).Advertisements. 8vo, brown stapled card covers. Driver A70.1. Worn and bad ly soiled throughout, a reading copy only. As is. 50.00

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136 COOK, D. G. Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletin 233) Structural Style Influenced by Lithofacies, Rocky Mountain Main Ranges, Alberta-British Columbia
Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, Ottawa, 1975, 
COOK, D. G. Structural Style Influenced by Lithofacies, Rocky Mountain MainRanges, Alberta-British Columbia . Ottawa: Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, 1975. Pp. 73 + 3 folding maps in pouch at rear. Illustrated. 8v o, printed pale green card covers. Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletin 233. Bottom front corner folded over, spine slightly faded, name verso front cover, else vg. 30.00

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137 COOK, Eung-Do Mercury Series, Canadian Ethnology Division, Paper No. 2 Sarcee Verb Paradigm
National Museums of Canada, 1972, 
COOK, Eung-Do. Sarcee Verb Paradigm. Mercury Series, Canadian Ethnology Division, Paper No. 2. Ottawa: National Museums of Canada, 1972. Pp. 51 leaves, type-written on one side. 4to, pink card covers, black titles to front. Sarcee is a native language spoken by a handful of people living on the reserve that borders the south-western margins of Calgary. This study discussesverb stems and inflectional behaviour. Number inked to the head of the spi ne, else vg. 30.00

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138 COOK, Sharon Anne, Lorna R. McLEAN, and Kate O'ROURKE (eds.) Framing Our Past : Canadian Women's History in the Twentieth Century. First Edition in dustjacket
Montreal & Kingston McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal & Kingston / London / Ithaca, 2001, ISBN:0773521720 
COOK, Sharon Anne, Lorna R. McLEAN, and Kate O'ROURKE (eds.). Framing Our Past : Canadian Women's History in the Twentieth Century. Montreal & Kingston / London / Ithaca : McGill-Queen's University Press, (2001). Pp (6_,[vii]-xxix,(3),[3]-495,(3). Illustrated. Double Column. Oblong large 8vo, marooncloth, black lettering to spine.
Contents : Foreword (Chad Gaffield); Preface (Alison Prentice); Introduction (Sharon Anne Cook, Lorna R. McLean, and Kate O'Rourke); Part One : Living Women's Lives. 1. Introduction (Veronica Strong-Boag); Siidebar: Fanny Bobbie Rosenfeld; Sidebar: Lucy Maud Montgomery; 2. "Club": Laundering Clothing in Newfoundland (Kathleen Wilker). 3. Vignette: Stirring the Pot. 4. Winnipeg Women Getting Together: Study Groupsand Reading Clubs, 1900-1940 (Jody Baltessen and Shelagh J. Squire). 5. Vignette: Life in the Town of Nelson, British Columbia (Brenda Hornby). 6. "Doing All the Rest": Church Women of the Ladies' Aid Society (Marilyn FardigWhiteley). 7. Preserving Habits: Memory within Communities of English Cana dian Women Religious (Elizabeth Smyth). 8. Mildred Armstrong and MissionaryCulture (Marjorie Levan). 9. Vignette: Women's Spiritual Lives. 10. E. Pauline Johnson: Mohawk-English Writer and Performer (Veronica Strong-Boag); Sidebar: Emma Albani. 11. Vignette: Two Perspectives on Urban Living MairuthSarsfield (Mairuth Hodge Sarsfield); Sidebar: Margaret Marshall Saunders; Gabrielle Roy (Pierrette Roily). 12. Ada Gladys Killins: Sacrificing for Art's Sake (Sharon Anne Cook). 13. Vignette: The Road Less Taken -The Single Woman as Artist; The Unmarried Woman Artist: Emily Carr (Sonia Halpern); Isabel and Helen Stadelbauer: Art Teachers in Calgary (Helen Diemert). 14. A Sense of Place in Alberta: The Art and Life of Annora Brown (Kirstin Evenden). 15. Vignette: Yukon Women Pioneers; Edith Josie: "These Are the News" (Charlene Porsild); Martha Louise Black. 16. Alice Peck, May Phillips, and the Canadian Handicrafts Guild (Ellen Easton McLeod). 17. Vignette: Life in a Native Community. 18. Helen Kalvak: Pioneering Inuit Print-maker (JessicaTomic-Bagshaw). 19. Virginia J. Watt: Champion of Inuit Arts and Crafts (E llen Easton McLeod). 20. A Century of Artistic Experience and Innovation (Anne Newlands).

Part Two : Family and the Home. 21. Introduction (Cynthia R.Comacchio). 22. Zoe Laurier, Prime Minister's Wife: Family Ideals at the T urn of the Century (Catherine Vye). 23. "A Hardier Stock of Womankind": Alice Barrett Parke in British Columbia (Jo Eraser Jones). 24. Life on the Frontier: Remembering the Coal Mining Camp at Cadomin, 1929-1934 (Edith Wheeler). 25. Women and Domestic Technology: Household Drudgery, "Democratized Consumption;' and Patriarchy (Dianne Dodd). 26. Defining the Lives of Rural Women: Laura Rose on "The Womanly Sphere of Woman" (Margaret Kechnie). 27. "Such Outrageous Discrimination": Farm Women and Their Family Grievances in Early Twentieth-Century Ontario (Monda Halpern). 28. Between the Rock and aHard Place: Single Mothers in St John's, Newfoundland, during the Second W orld War (Ruth Haywood). 29. Prudence Heward: Painting at Home (Pepita Ferrari). 30. Mothering the Dionne Quintuplets: Women's Stories (Katherine Arnup). 31. Saving Mothers and Babies: Motherhood, Medicine, and the Modern State, 1900-1945 (Cynthia R. Comacchio).

Part Three : Teaching and Learning. 32. Introduction (Nicole Neatby). 33. Shaping Canada's Women: Canadian Girlsin Training versus Girl Guides (Patricia Dirks). 34. The Experience of Wom en Students at Four Universities, 1895-1930 (Alyson E. King); Sidebar: Grace Annie Lockhart. 35. Margaret Addison: Dean of Residence and Dean of Womenat Victoria University, 1903-1931 (Jean O'Grady). 36. The "Feminization" of High Schools: The Problem of Women Secondary School Teachers in Ontario (Susan Gelman). 37. Writing for Whom? Isabel Murphy Skelton and Canadian History in the Early Twentieth Century (Terry Crowley). 38. The Rideau Street Convent School: French-Language Private Schooling in Ontario (Isabelle Bourgeois). 39. "The School on Fardy's Cross": Shamrock School Remembered (Pat Trites). 40. Vignette: Women, Team Sport, and Physical Education; Women andPhysical Education (Ellen O'Reilly); Women and Team Sport (Veronica Strong-Boag); Montreal Sportswomen and the Penguin Ski Club (Andrea Winlo). 41. From Elegance and Expression to Sweat and Strength: Physical Education at the Margaret Eaton School (Anna H. Lathrop).

Part Four : Women's Activism and the State. 42. Introduction (Joan Sangster); Sidebar: Adelaide Hunter Hood less; Sidebar: Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire. 43. History and Human Agency: The Case of Agnes Macphail, Canada's First Woman Member of Parliament (Terry Crowley). 44. The Persons Case, 1929: A Legal Definition of Women as Persons (Anne White). 45. Women, the Settlement Movement, and State Formation in the Early Twentieth Century (Cathy James). 46. The Historical Record and Adolescent Girls in Montreal's Red-Light District (Tamara Myers). 47. Charlotte Whitton: Pioneering Social Worker and Public Policy Activist (Judith Roberts-Moore). 48. Consuming Issues: Women in the Left, Political Protest, and the Organization of Homemakers, 1920-1960 (Joan Sangster). 49 . Making Ourselves Heard: "Voice of Women" and the Peace Movement in the Early Sixties (Candace Loewen). 50. The Royal Commission on the Status of Women in Canada, 1967-1970: Liberal Feminism and Its Radical Implications (Kimberly Speers); Sidebar: Lady Ishbel Aberdeen. 51. Florence Bird (Judi Cumming). 52. Women, Peace Activism, and the Environment: Rosalie Bertell and the Development of a Feminist Agenda, 1970?s-1990?s (Judi Cumming). 53. StateControl of Women's Immigration: The Passage to Canada of South Asian Women (Helen Ralston). 54. Making Space: Women Building Culture (Janice Hladki a nd Ann Holmes). 55. Feminist Theatre in Toronto: A Look at the Nightwood Theatre (Corinne Rusch-Drutz).

Part Five : Health Care and Science). 56. Introduction (Wendy Mitchinson). 57. The Ladies Committee of the Home for Incurable Children (Magda Zakanyi). 58. Margaret Scott: "The Angel of Poverty Row" (Tamara Miller). 59. "Hardly Feminine Work!" Violet Wilson and the Canadian Voluntary Aid Detachment Nurses of the First World War (Linda I. Quiney); Sidebar: Major Margaret C. Macdonald. 60. The Emergence of Physiotherapyas a New Profession for Canadian Women, 1914-1918 (Ruby Heap). 61. Ethel Currant: Portrait of a Grenfell Nurse (Jill Perry). 62. Vera Peters: MedicalInnovator (J. Catton and P. Catton). 63. Norah Toole: Scientist and Social Activist (Marianne Gosztonyi Ainley). 64. Alice V. Payne, Mining Geologist : A Lifetime of "Small and Difficult Things" (E. Tina Crossfield). 65. Vignette: A Case Study of an Oral History Project; Shirley Peruniak: Naturalist, Historian, Quetico Provincial Park Interpreter (Wilma MacDonald ).

Part Six : Earning Their Bread. 66. Introduction (A.B. McCullough); Sidebar: Depression Years; Sidebar: Pay Equity/ 67. Vignette: An Oral History Case Study; A Barnardo Girl Becomes a Servant at Glanmore (Christine Zaporzan). 68. Bringing "Domestics" to Canada: A Study of Immigration Propaganda (Ellen Scheinberg). 69. Women in the Newfoundland Fishery (Miriam Wright). 70. Vignette: Madeleine Constant, Leader in the Pasta Industry (Lise Bremault). 71. Creative Ability and Business Sense: The Millinery Trade in Ontario (Christina Bates). 72. Our Mothers' Patterns: Sewing and Dressmaking in the Japanese-Canadian Community (Susan Michi Sirovyak). 73. Federica and Angelina: Postwar Italian-Canadian Couturiers in Toronto (Alexandra Palmer). 74. Fabrications: Clothing, Generations, and Stitching Together the History We Live (Kathryn Church). 75. The Telephone Operator: From "Information Central" to Endangered Species (Caroline Martel, translated by Rosemary Covert). 76. AnnMeekitjuk Hanson: Inuit Broadcaster, Interpreter, and Community Worker (Christine Lalonde). 77. Cultural Nationalism and Maternal Feminism: Madge Macbeth as Writer, Broadcaster, and Literary Figure Peggy Kelly. 78. "The Day of the Strong-Minded Frump Has Passed": Women Journalists and News of Feminism (Barbara M. Freeman); Sidebar: Jean McKishnie Blewett. 79. Women in Banking: A Case Study of Scotiabank (Jane Nokes and Lisa Singer). 80. Vignette: The Keroacks, a Family of Business Women (Lise Bremault). 81. "The Queen of the Hurricanes": Elsie Gregory MacGill, Aeronautical Engineer and Women's Advocate (Pamela Wakewich). 82. The Women's Royal Canadian Naval Service during the Second World War: An Exploration of Their Archival Legacy (DonnaPorter). 83. Vignette: "Not Just 'Rosie the Riveter. .."' 84. Women's Wart ime Work and Identities: Women Workers at Canadian Car and Foundry Co. Limited, Fort William, Ontario, 1938-1945 (Pamela Wakewich, Helen Smith, and Jeanette Lynes). 85. Foreign-Aid Worker and Humanitarian Lotta Hitschmanova and the Unitarian Service Committee of Canada (Grace Hyam).

Appendix One: Archival Sources Identified by Essay/Vignette. Appendix Two: Cross-ReferencedEssay.

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139 CORBET, Elise A. Frontiers of Medicine. in dj
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140 CORBETT, Bryan, coordinator From the Past to the Future : A Guide to the Holdings of the University of Alberta Archives. pbk.
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