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121 DECHMAN, Arthur M. Yachting Guide to the South Shore of Nova Scotia. First Edition
South Shore Sailing Publishing Company, Riverport, NS, 1990, ISBN:0969441606 
DECHMAN, Arthur M. Yachting Guide to the South Shore of Nova Scotia. Riverport, Nova Scotia, Canada : South Shore Sailing Publishing Company, (1990). First Edition. Printed by McCurdy Printing and Typesetting Ltd. Pp [1]-208.Illustrated with b&w photos and some drawing. Many maps in the text. 8vo, spiral wire-bound photo-illustrated black cardcovers. Cover adds: Charts: Marine Facilities & Information Routes: Anchorages: Things to See and Do Yarmouth to Halifax. Contents: Introduction; What the Skipper Should Know; TheRoute: The Southern Tip: Yarmouth - Pubnico Harbour - Cape Sable Island - Shelburne - Lockeport - Liverpool; The LaHave : LaHave Islands - LaHave River and Bridgewater; Lunenburg Bay Mahone Bay : Princes Inlet - Mahone Bay -Chester - Western Shore and Chester Basin; St. Margaret's Bay : North West Cove - Hubbards - Schooner Cove - Peggy's Cove; Halifax Approaches : Shag Bay and Blind Bay - Prospect Bay - Terence Bay - Pennant Harbour; Outer Halifax Harbour : Sambro - Ketch Harbour Halifax and Area: - Dartmouth - Bedford - North-West Arm- Halifax. The Back Pages. Name to title page, else verygood. 20.00

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122 del PLAINE, Carlos W. KIRKCONNELL, Watson, foreword PLAINE, Carlos W. del Second Growth : The Saga of a New Boy in Town. in dj
Exposition Press, New York, 1961, 
del PLAINE, Carlos W. Second Growth : The Saga of a "New Boy in Town". Foreword by Dr.Watson Kirkconnell. New York: Exposition Press, (1961). Pp (10),[11]-143 ,(1). 8vo, grey cloth. Laugher p.139, Rhodenizer p.465, Snelson 1229 (for Kirkconnell foreword). Semi-autobiographical novel. "This is the poignant story of a young, impressionable, recently orphaned boy who is sent from warm and vibrant Mexico to live with his aunt in the harsh, dour environment of a Nova Scotia village." - from the dj. Eleven chapters including "The Shipyard" and "Education". Vg in worn and chipped dj. Signed presentation copy to Esther Clarke Wright from the author. 35.00

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123 DENNIS, Clara. BORDEN, Robert Laird, foreword. Down in Nova Scotia : My Own, My Native Land. First Edition
Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1934, 
DENNIS, Clara. Down in Nova Scotia : My Own, My Native Land. Illustrated with Photographs Taken by the Author. Tor.: The Ryerson Press, ([August] 1934). First Printing. Pp (6),vii-xii,1-410,(2),frontis. + 20 leaves of plates.8vo, blue cloth. Watters p.958, Rhodenzer p.84. Travel writing laced with history. Foreword by Robert Laird Borden. A geographical, placename & keyword list distilled from the much longer chapter headings: 1. Halifax, Robie Street, Citadel Hill, the Halifax Explosion, the Titanic disaster, Bedford Basin; 2. French Landing, Bedford Basin, Birch Cove; 3. Mill Cove, Sackville River at Bedford; 4. Ellershouse, Windsor, Fort Edward, Haliburton House;5. Grand Pré, Wolfville, Starr's Point, the Wellington Dike; 6. Lakeville, Canning, Blomidon, Cornwallis, Scot's Bay, Cape Split; 7. Morden, Auburn, Aylesford; 8. Granville, Port Royal; 9. Annapolis, Kedgemakoogee; 10. Bear River, Digby, Digby Neck, Sandy Cove, Long Island, Brier Island; 11. St. Mary's Bay, Clare, St. Bernard, Port Maitland, Yarmouth; 12. Chebogue, Wedgeport, Kemptville; 13. Springhaven, Quinan, Tusket, Argyle; 14. Pubnico; 15. Barrington, Port Clyde; 16. Cape Sable Island, Clark's Harbour, Cape Sable,Port Hebert, Lockeport, Western Head,; 17. Mud Island, Seal Island; 18. Po rt La Tour, Sand Hills, Baccaro, Sandy Point, Shelburne, McNutt's Island, Port Roseway; 19. Gunning Cove, Roseway, Round Bay Beach, Burchtown, Welshtown; 20. Shelburne, Ohio; 21. Sable Island (pp.388-410). Name and bookplate to flyleaf, else very good. 25.00

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124 DEVEAU, J. Alphonse Le Chef des Acadiens. First Edition
J . A. Hamon, Yarmouth, 1955, 
DEVEAU, J. Alphonse. Le Chef des Acadiens. 1iere Edition, (Yarmouth : Imprimé par J . A. Hamon ,(1955). Pp [1]-154,(2). 8vo, card covers. Un roman historique concernant la "Déportation des Acadiens." Very good. 25.00

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125 DEVEAU, J. Alphonse Le Chef des Acadiens. Second edition, revised
Editions Lescarbot, Yarmouth, 1980, 
DEVEAU, J. Alphonse. Le Chef des Acadiens. 2ième Edition, Revisée. (Yarmouth) : Éditions Lescarbot, (1980). Pp [1]-154,(2). Illustrated. 8vo, card covers. Un roman historique concernant la "Déportation des Acadiens." Very good. 12.50

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126 DEVEAU, J. Alphonse Two Beginnings : A Brief Acadian History
Lescarbot Press, Yarmouth, 1980, ISBN:0969086607 
DEVEAU, J. Alphonse. Two Beginnings : A Brief Acadian History. (Yarmouth) :Lescarbot Press, (1980). Pp [1]-76,(2). Map. 8vo, stapled white card cover s. Chapters : 1. Origin of the Name: Acadia or Acadie; 2.The Forerunners ofPort Royal ; 3. Port Royal in Acadia: Its Troubled beginnings; 4. Port Roy al, A Victim of Many Conflicts; 5. Life at Port Royal; 6. Life at Grand Pré, Beaubassin and Other Pre-Expulsion Acadian Communities; 7. Religion and Education in Acadia before 1755; 8. The Acadian Family; 9. Events Leading tothe Expulsion; 10. An Examination of the Motives for the Expulsions; 11. T he Acadians Maintain Their Ethnic Identity; 12. Acadian Resettlements afterthe Expulsion; 13. The Acadians Today. With bibliography and index. This b ook is a translated summary of a two-part volume entitled "Notre Heritage acadien." Clip to top edge of flyleaf, light spine browning, else very good.Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 15.00

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127 DOBSON, John P. Last of the Four Masters : The Schooner Herbert L. Rawding at Yarmouth, Nova Scotia in July 1941. A Photo Essay. 1st pr., inscribed.
Mariner Books, 1994, 
DOBSON, John P. Last of the Four Masters : The Schooner Herbert L. Rawding at Yarmouth, Nova Scotia in July 1941. A Photo Essay. Edited by Dorothy Dobson. (Port Williams) : Mariner Books, (September 1994). First Printing. Pp (2),1-53,(1). Illustrated. Square 8vo, stapled blue card covers. Very good.Signed, inscribed and dated by the author on the title page. 10.00

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128 Dominion Atlantic Railway) Land of Evangeline, Nova Scotia. Annotated Guide. 3rd ed.
Dominion Atlantic Railway, 1947, 
(Dominion Atlantic Railway). The Land of Evangeline, Nova Scotia. AnnotatedGuide. Third Edition. With Introductions, Notes and Illustrations. N.pl.: Dominion Atlantic Railway, (1947). (Printed in Canada). Pp. (2),[3]-67,(2,ads),(3),frontis + 7 leaves of plates. Illustrated. Map endpapers. 8vo, bluecard covers with yapped edges, blank white spine. A mile-by-mile account o f the nearly 217-mile Dominion Atlantic Railway route from Yarmouth to Halifax Light shelfwear and spotting, else very good. 20.00

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129 DONKIN, Hiram Annual Report of the Roads Division of the Department of Public Works and Mines For the Year ended 30th September, 1909
Commissioner of Public Works and Mines, King's Printer, Halifax, N.S., 1910, 
DONKIN, Hiram. Annual Report of the Roads Division of the Department of Public Works and Mines For the Year ended 30th September, 1909. Halifax, N.S.:Commissioner of Public Works and Mines, King's Printer, 1910. Holloway Bro s., Printers, 69 Granfville Street. Pp (8),[1]-419,(1),+ 10 plates. 8vo, brown wrappers, lettered in black. Contents : Part 1 - Reports : Report of the Commissioner; Report of the Assistant Commissioner: Preliminary Remarks; Annual cost of bridge maintenance; Expenditure in past year; Stony roads; Clay roads—subdrainage; Road machine work; Improvements made by past expenditure; Freshets; Painting of steel bridges; Statute labor; Draw bridges. Part 2 - Statutes and Bulletins : Act relating to expenditure of Provincial Road and Bridge Grants; Bulletin No. 4. Steel Bridge Painting and Adjustment:Introductory - Cleaning and scraping - Tools required for painting - Adjus tment and general repairs - Preliminaries to painting - Paint - Painting - Recommended practice for painting bridges. Bulletin No. 5— Part 1. Broken Stone Roads: Broken stone and gravel roads - Tools and machinery - Cost of stone - Width of country roads - Grading - Grading construction - Culverts and drainage - Subgrading - Second course - Third course - Trimming - Summary - Costs. Part 2. Gravel Roads: Gravel - Construction - First course - Second course - Trimming - Summary - Costs. ighway Construction, Cuts and Diagrams: Cross sections — Subdrains — Tile drainage — Concrete culverts — Roadmachinery. Oart 3. Statistics : Information on tables; Public Highways - d etails 0f expenditure; Construction and repairs of Smaller Bridges - details of expenditure; Maintenance of Larger Bridges - details of expenditure; Summary statement of expenditure and obligations of the Roads Division during the Fiscal Year 1909. Appendix : Detailed statement of expenditures authorized by other departments and by municipal authorities chargeable to 1909 grant of the Roads Division. Plate captions : Part I. Middleton Bridge (Steel); Poulamond Bridge (Concrete Arcb); Hilton Road, Yarmouth Co., (Earth); Kelley's Corner Road, Yarmouth Co., (Earth); West Bay Culvert (Concrete). Part II. Martinique Bridge (Steel Rail Span); Herring Cove Road, Halifax Co., (Gravel); Spryfield Road, Halifax Co., (Gravel); Falmouth Dyke Road, Hants Co., (Gravel); Hilton Road, Yarmouth Co., (Earth). Spine and corners chipped, rear cover detached, browning to last page, else very good. 65.00

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130 DOUCETTE, Cora One Yarmouth Summer. 2nd pr.
1989, 
DOUCETTE, Cora. One Yarmouth Summer. N.pl.: n.pub., (1989). Second Printing. Pp [1]-185,(1). 8vo, grey card covers. "... Cora Doucette's memoire of an idyllic Nova Scotia childhood and a turbulent, young romance that ended in tragedy." Vg. 15.00

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131 DOUCETTE, Cora One Yarmouth Summer. Second Printing, signed.
1989, ISBN:0921377037 
DOUCETTE, Cora. One Yarmouth Summer. N.pl.: n.pub., (1989). Second Printing. Pp [1]-185,(1). 8vo, grey card covers. The Springhaven, Yarmouth Co.-bornauthor recounts visiting Yarmouth County after many years away. Vg. Signed by the author. 16.00

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132 East Pubnico Fire Department, Ladies Auxiliary Staff Present and Historical View of East Pubnico
Ladies Auxiliary of the East Pubnico Fire Department , Lower East Pubnico, 2001, ISBN:0968976700 
East Pubnico Fire Department, Ladies Auxiliary Staff. A Present and Historical View of East Pubnico [cover adds: A Pictorial and Written Description of Lower, Middle and East Pubnico, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia]. (Lower East Pubnico : Ladies Auxiliary of the East Pubnico Fire Department, 2001). Pp1-360. Illustrated. Index. 8vo, illustrated pale green card covers. "This book is an introduction to the families and other residents of the communi ties of Lower, Middle and East Pubnico through their homes, businesses, schools, and churches. It contains over 250 photos, including many old unpublished pictures from family collections. Every picture is accompanied by a detailed description of their present and previous owners. This will be an invaluable resource for those interested in family history." (from the back cover). Very good. 45.00

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133 Eastern Canada Savings & Loan Company) Eastern Canada Savings & Loan Company : Sixty-Third Annual Report. December31st, 1950
Eastern Canada Savings & Loan Company, hALIFAX, n.s., 1951, 
(Eastern Canada Savings & Loan Company). The Eastern Canada Savings & Loan Company, incorporated 1887, Grangille at Duke, Halifax, Canada : Sixty-Third Annual Report. December 31st, 1950. Halifax, N.S.: Eastern Canada Savings& Loan Company, (1951). Pp (12). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated green stapl ed card covers. Board of Directors : C.A.B. Bullock, Leonard V. Smith, H.P.Connor, G.W. Hazen, and J.C. MacKeen. Officers : C.A.B. Bullock, President ; H.P. Connor, Vice-President; G.W. Hazen, Manager; F.A. Milne, Secretary and Assistant Manager. Agents throughout Nova Scotia : Antigonish - A. D. Mclnnis; Annapolis- R. A. Laurence; Bridgewater - C. R. Coughlan, K. C.; Glace Bay - Mrs. Isabel MacRae; Liverpool - Miss Marion Mack; Middleton - Hanson T. Dowell and L. Murray Dodge; New Glasgow - MacDonnell & MacEwan; Pictou- T. C. Sedgwick; Sydney - D.N. Nicholson; North Sydney - R. T. Sainthill & Son Ltd.; Truro - Burchell & MacDougall and N. L. Fulton; Yarmouth - Landry & Pink; Moncton - Bourque & Storey. Rubbed and smudged, else very good. With new Debenture Interest Rates pasted on last page. 20.00

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134 EDWARDS, Joseph Plimsoll, et al. Collections of the Nova Scotia Historical Society Volume 17
Wm. Macnab and Son / Nova Scotia Historical Society,, Halifax:, 1913, 
(EDWARDS, Joseph Plimsoll, et al.). Collections of the Nova Scotia Historical Society, Volume XVII . Halifax: Wm. Macnab and Son / Nova Scotia Historical Society, 1913. Pp. [i]-xx,(4),[1]-225,(1), + 47 p. of plates. Illustrated. 8vo, green cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Contents: Hon. Sir Charles J. Townsend's "Memoir of the Life of the Honour able William Blowers Bliss"(23-46), James D. Ritchie's "Notes on Thomas Williams of Annapolis Royal" (47-50), Moses H. Nickerson's "A Short Note on the Yarmouth 'Runic Stone'" (51-52), Harry Piers's "Remarks on the Fletcher and Related Stones of Yarmouth, NS" (53-56), Major Joseph Plimsoll Edwards's "The Militia of Nova Scotia, 1749-1867" (63-110), Peter Lynch's "Early Reminiscences of Halifax" (111-150), George Mullane's "A Sketch of Lawrence O'Connor Doyle, a Member of the House of Assembly in the Thirties and Forties" (151-196), Joseph Howe's"Notes on Several Governors and Their Influence" (197-198), Rev. E.M. Saun ders's "Statement Relative to the Introduction and History of Responsible Government in Nova Scotia" (199-202). With index and appendices. Spine rubed and gilt faded, light wear to spine ends and corners, else very good. 100.00

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135 ELLIOT, Elaine, and Virginia LEE LEE, Virginia Chowder Trail Cookbook. First Edition.
Formac Publishing Company Limited, Halifax, 2014, ISBN:9781459503243 
ELLIOT, Elaine and Virginia LEE. The Chowder Trail Cookbook. Halifax: Formac Publishing Company Limited, (2014). First Edition. Pp (6),7-92,(4). Colour photos throughout. Map. 8vo, illustrated paper coloured boards (hardcover), lettered in blue and white. "What better way to get a taste of Nova Scotia than to enjoy a bowl of seafood chowder! Visitors know that Nova Scotia is rich in history, beauty, and seafood. In every town, at every stop alongyour way, you find Nova Scotians making chowder. Now Nova Scotia boasts th e world''s first Chowder Trail, featuring local restaurants offering outstanding chowders to visitors and residents alike. Cookbook authors Elaine Elliot and Virginia Lee have selected the best of these recipes, tested and adapted them for home use and brought them together in this appealing collection. Every bowl of chowder tells a story of its community''s roots and local harvest. This collection of recipes offers home cooks many great ideas onhow to use fresh seafood from the Atlantic coast combined with other seaso nal ingredients to produce tempting, tasty and healthy dishes." (from the back cover). Contents : Map of the Trail; Introduction; Halifax Metro; SouthShore; Eastern Shore; Cape Breton Island; Yarmouth and Acadian Shore; Bay of Fundy and Annapolis Valley; Northumberland Shore; Biscuits and Accompaniments. Gift inscription, else very good. 12.00

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136 ELLIOT, Marion Maritime Advocate and Busy East 42:06 Sou' West by Sou' West to the Cloven Cape. An article in The Maritime Advocate and Busy East, Vol. 42, No. 6, February 1952
Busy East Press, Limited, Sackville, New Brunswick, 1952, 
ELLIOT, Marion. "Sou' West by Sou' West to the Cloven Cape". An article in The Maritime Advocate and Busy East, Vol. 42, No. 6, February 1952, pp. 5-8. "Published monthly by the Busy East Press, Limited, Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada". 4to, white ill. paper covers. A short essay on the flora and landscape along Nova Scotia's South West coast. Also includes: Charles R. Allen's "The Late Herber H. Hatfield was a Colorful Figure in the Political and Business Life of New Brunswick"; F. H. MacArthur's "Beautiful Beechwoods Gardens"; Marietta Silver's "Loran Arthur DeWolfe, M.Sc., D.C.L., Outstanding Educational Leader"; Sen. G.P. Burchill's "Sixty-Second Annual Report on the New Brunswick Telephone Company Limited"; A.T. Parkes' "The Board Room". Small sticker to front, lightly rubbed, else very good. For the issue 20.00

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137 ELSON, Bryan First To Die : The First Canadian Navy Casualties in the First World War. pbk.
Formac, Halifax, 2010, ISBN:9780887809132 
ELSON, Bryan. First To Die : The First Canadian Navy Casualties in the First World War . Halifax: Formac, (2010). Pp. [1]-96. Illustrated. Square 8vo,illustrated white card covers with greyish spine. "This is the story of fo ur young Canadian seamen, and the early days of the Canadian navy. The fourwere among the 21 young men who made up the first class of the Royal Navy College of Canada, set up in 1911 shortly after the Canadian Navy itself was established in 1910. All four sailors were from Canada's Maritime provinces. After their training at the College, they were posted to the British Navy for further experience at sea. William Palmer, first in his graduating class, and Arthur Silver, senior Cadet Captain, both from Halifax, were personally chosen by Rear-Admiral Christopher Cradock to go to war on the largeand powerful British vessel Good Hope. Their comrades John Hatheway of Fre dericton, and Malcolm Cann of Yarmouth, were also selected, to the disappointment of their remaining classmates. Within six weeks, these four much-envied comrades were dead as the Good Hope went down with no survivors, sunk by the German navy. They were the Canadian navy's first casualties." - from the rear cover. $16.00

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138 Evangeline Land, Nova Scotia Evangeline Land Directory 1938 : Berwick, Port Williams, Wolfville, Grand Pre, Hantsport
Published by Loyalist Press, Yarmouth , 1938, 
(Evangeline Land). Evangeline Land Directory 1938 : Berwick, Port Williams,Wolfville, Grand Pre, Hantsport. Yarmouth : Published by Loyalist Press, ( 1938). Pp (24) including covers. Illustrated. Advertisements. 8vo, illustrated cream stapled wrappers. With advertisements to nearly every page, including Rand's Book Store (and Lending Library), Wolfville. Short tear to bottom of back cover, penned name, else very good. 40.00 Keywords : EVANGELINE LAND TOURIST BERWICK PORT WILLIAMS WOLFVILLE GRAND PRE HANTSPORT NOVA SCOTIA CANADA CANADIAN

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139 Evangeline Trail Nova Scotia's Evangeline Trail Visitors' Guide 1990 : A Guided Tour from Windsor to Yarmouth.
Evangeline Trail Tourism Association, New Minas, N.S., 1990, 
(Evangeline Trail). Nova Scotia's Evangeline Trail Visitors' Guide 1990 : AGuided Tour from Windsor to Yarmouth. New Minas, N.S.: Evangeline Trail To urism Association, 1990. Pp [1]-46,(2),+ large folding map. Illustrated. 4to, illustrated maroon and black stapled wrappers. Contents : The Annapolis Valley and the Fundy Shore; The Annapolis Basin, Digby, The French Shore and Yarmouth. Map detached, else very good. 15.00

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140 EVANS, Doris and Gertrude TYNES TYNES, Gertrude EVANS, Doris Telling the Truth : Reflections : Segregated Schools in Nova Scotia. First Edition, Signed by both
Lancelot Press, 1995, ISBN:0889995796 
EVANS, Doris and Gertrude TYNES. Telling the Truth : Reflections : Segregated Schools in Nova Scotia. Hantsport, Nova Scotia : Lancelot Press, 1995. First Edition. Pp [1]-113,(1). With 41 b&w photos in the text as well as other illustrations. 8vo, photo-illustrated cardcovers. Contents : President'sMessage (by Marie Hamilton, president of the Association of Retired Teache rs of Segregated Schools); History of Segregated Schools; Brief Write-up ofAll Segregated Schools in Nova Scotia : Lincolnville School (Guysborough C ounty) - Rear Monastery School (Antigonish County) - Upper Big Tracadie School (Guysborough County) - Sunnyville School (Guysborough County) - Acaciaville School (Digby County) - Gibson Woods School (Kings County) - Greenville School (Yarmouth County) - Inglewood School (Annapolis County) - Five Mile Plains School (Hants County) - Weymouth Falls School (later Sam Langford School) (Digby County) - Africville School - Henry G. Bauld School - Beechville School - Mrs. Caldwell's Kitchen (Middle Sackville School) - Cobequid Road School - The African School of Halifax - Lake Loon School - LucasvilleSchool - New Road School — North Preston- East Preston — Partridge River S chool - Dartmouth — Stairs Street School - Upper Hammonds Plains School. Meet the Teachers Poem: Black Settlement Teachers (by George Borden); Profiles of Teachers Who Taught Five Years or More in These Schools: Alfaretta (Berry) Anderson - Gussie (Borden) Ash - Hattie Daye-Ashe - Florence (Smith) Bauld - Rita (Paris) Borden - Ada A. (Dymond) Clayton - Iva (Martin) Clayton- Earl Clyke - Mary (Green) Cornish - Inez (Dymond) Cromwell - Edith (Mitc hell) Cromwell - Eva Blanche (Hill) David - Elsie (Whalen) Elms (b.Glace Bay, Cape Breton) - Eleanor (Irving) Elms - Doris (Clements) Evans - Jean Muriel (MacLean) Evans - Evelyn Alice (Johnson) Gough - Maxine Gough - Lalia (Smith) Grant - Marie Waldon Hamilton - Mabel (Peverille) Langille - Georgina (Hill) Harper - Delbert O. Hodges - Selena (Williams) Jefferson - Clyde Jemmott (Sr.) - Mr. Gordon Jemmott- Alma E Johnston - Mary Isabel (Shepherd)Jones - Martha Jones - Joyce Lucas - Spurgeon Paris - Irene (Paris) Reddic k - Patricia (Dymond) Riley - Patricia (States) Riley - Sherrolynn M. Riley- Donna (Byard) Sealey - Rev. Donald D. Skeir - Marion (Prevost) Skinner - Frances (Thomas) Smith - Ada (Hill) Symonds - Gerald Francis Tynes - H.A.J . Gus Wedderburn - Wilhelmina Alice Williams; Home Economics in the Segregated Schools of Nova Scotia - Shirley (Morgan) Thompson - Elizabeth (Smith) Wright - Gertrude (Phills) Tynes (b.Sydney, Cape Breton) - The Industrial Arts Program in the Segregated Schools - Noel H. Johnston; Poem: What Is A Good Teacher? Reunion — September 7,8,9,1990 Introduction; Bus Tour Agenda; Honored Guest [Mrs. Madeline Symonds]; Banquet Speech (by Doris Evans); Church Service Held At Victoria Road Baptist Church; Picture Section; Memorial: We Shall Remember Them; Memoirs; Poem: Teacher Very good. Signed and inscribed by both Evans and Tynes on the title page. With "Book Launching" promotional ephemera laid in at front. 50.00

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