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141 CAMPBELL, G.G. History of Nova Scotia. 1st in dj
Ryerson, 1948, 
CAMPBELL, G.G. The History of Nova Scotia. Illustrations by Donald C. MacKay. Tor., Halifax, Vancouver : The Ryerson Press, (December 1948). First Edition. Pp (6),vii-xii,(2),1-288,(2). 8vo, blue cloth. Vaison p.3. Campbell was principal of Sydney Academy. With bibliography. 27 chapters arranged in 4 parts : Discovery; War in Acadia; The People; Development. Vg in edgeworn dj. 40.00

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142 CAMPBELL. J.R., Rev. History of the County of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Paperback reprint.
Argyle Municipality Historical & Genealogical Society, Tusket, Nova Scotia , 1997, ISBN:0969829868 
CAMPBELL. J.R., Rev. A History of the County of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Tusket, Nova Scotia : "Reprinted by Argyle Municipality Historical & Genealogical Society", 1997. Pp (14),[vii]-xvi,[1]--200,(2). 8vo, dark blue cardcovers, with gold lettering to front & spine. Very good. 30.00

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143 CAMPEAU, Lucien Monumenta Novae Franciae I : La première mission d'Acadie (1602-1616)
Presses de l'Université Laval, Québec, 1967, 
CAMPEAU, Lucien. Monumenta Novae Franciae I : La première mission d'Acadie (1602-1616). Québec : Presses de l'Université Laval, 1967. Pp [1]-276,[1]-719 + 8 plates (mostly maps, one folding). Index. Bibliography. Thick 8vo, grey cloth, white lettering to spine. Monumenta Historica Societatis Iesu, Volumen 96. Monumenta Missionum Societatis Iesu, Vol. XXIII: Missiones Occidentales. A collection of 162 documents relating to the Jesuit mission in Acadia between 1602 and 1616. Contents : [Part I] Introduction Generale (pp 55-276): 1. I Premières découvertes sur la cote atlantique. 2. Description de la Nouvelle-Franee. 3. Les Souriquois dans le milieu humain de l'Ameriqiie. 4. Les Moeurs des Souriquois. 5. La Psyehologie religieuse des Souriquois. 6. Missions et commerce. 7. Conflits de personnes. 8. Les Documents de cette histoire. [Part II] Documents (pp 1-719). Text in French and Latin. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Ex-library (circular library blindstamps with discard inkstamps and spine lettering), else a very good copy in rubbed dustjacket. With an “Hommage du Ministère desAffaires culturelles du Québec” note tipped in. 95.00

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144 Canada 70 Team Atlantic Provinces : The Struggle for Survival. By The Telegram
McClelland and Stewart Limited, Toronto / Montreal , 1969, 
(Canada 70 Team). The Atlantic Provinces : The Struggle for Survival. By The Telegram (Toronto) Canada 70 Team, Toronto / Montreal : McClelland and Stewart Limited, (1969). Pp (16),1-108,(4). Small 8vo, blue card covers. O'Dea 4333, Spadoni & Donnelly 2067. Contents : 1. A Chance to Work. 2. Confederation Yes, Separatism No. 3. Little Louie. 4. Death Struggle. 5. Les Acadiens. 6. Make or Break. 7. Fearful Garden. 8. Premier Ike. 9. “We'd Rather Fight.” 10. Unified We Stand. 11. Joeu the Great. Conclusion – Whither? Verygood. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 10.00

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145 Canada-Ministère du Nord Canadien et des Ressources Nationales) Historique du parc de Grand-Pré
Edmond Cloutier, 1958, 
(Canada-Ministère du Nord Canadien et des Ressources Nationales). Historique du parc de Grand-Pré. Ottawa: Edmond Cloutier, 1958. Pp 18. 8vo, stapled ill. card covers. Vg. 10.00

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146 Canadian Antiques Collector 08:1 BOLGER, Francis W.P. ROBERTSON, Ian GALLANT, Marc Prince Edward Island Centenary Issue / Canadian Antiques Collector 8:1
Canadian Antiques Collector, 1973, 
Canadian Antiques Collector. Prince Edward Island Centenary Issue FeaturingNewfoundland. [1973]. Vol.8, No.1. Pp [1]-[80]. Double column. 4to, self-w raps. Articles include the following : Francis W.P. Bolger's "Momentous Issues in the Island Story"; Margaret Matthew's "Garden in the Gulph"; Ian Robertson's "Notable Prince Edward Islanders"; Leslie A. Maloney's "The First Islanders"; Mary Burnett's "Handwoven and Homespun"; Irene L. Rogers' "Heritage in Building"; Marc Gallant's photographic essay & poem; Leone Mosher Ross' "Houses of Worship"; Nicolas de Jong's "Did They Hear the Whistle Blowing?" [railways]; E.G. Carroll's "History of Printing"; Irene Rogers and Ruth MacKenzie's "Furniture Making on Prince Edward Island"; Moncrieff Williamson's "Visual Arts"; Catherine G. Hennessy's "Red is the Soil" and "Heritage Foundation"; Olive Jones' "Glassware"; John Cousins' "Those Gallant Ships"; Cornelius Howatt's "The Farm Family"; Naomi Griffiths' "Acadian Settlers"; Catherine McLeod's "Clock and Watchmakers"; P.E.I. Numismatic Society's"Island Currency"; "Anne of Greene Gables". Vg. 20.00

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147 Canadian Antiques Collector ALLABY, Eric STANLEY, George F.G. COLLARD, Elizabeth Canadian Antiques Collector. Vol. 10 / No. 3, May - June 1975
Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, Toronto , 1975, 
(Canadian Antiques Collector). Canadian Antiques Collector. Vol. 10 / No. 3, May – June 1975. Toronto : Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, 1975. Pp [1]-95,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, illustrated whitestapled wrappers. A special issue on the Province of New Brunswick. Of nau tical interest : Of Ships and Shipbuilders (by A. Gregg Finley, pp 43-47); Heritage under the Sea [shipwrecks and artifacts] (by Eric Allaby, pp 48-51). Other contents : New Brunswick Heritage (by George F.G. Stanley); Biographical Studies in New Brunswick (by Michael Swift); New Brunswick Indian Crafts (by Gaby Pelletier); Acadian Village / Village Acadien (by Clarence LeBreton); Early Silversmiths (by Donald C. Mackay); Two New Brunswick Furniture Craftsmen (by Charles Foss); New Brunswick Before History (by Chris Turnbull); Architecture in New Brunswick (by Stuart Smith); Some Historic Buildings (by Robert Power); The Acadian Museum / Le Musee Acadien (by Clement Cormier); Kings Landing (by Ted Eaton); Stone Church (by Huia G. Ryder); George Neilson Smith (by Ian G. Lumsden); The Best of Pine and Maple (by HuiaG. Ryder); St- Andrews (by Roger Nason); A N.B. Contribution to Canadian P otting (by Elizabeth Collard); The J.C. Webster Collection (by Dona Atcheson); New Brunswick Artists (by Robert Percival); Museums and Historic Sites (by John G. McAvity). Rubbed, mailing label, coffee stains to front cover, a few pen marks, else good. 25.00

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148 Canadian Antiques Collector BOLGER, Francis W.P. WILLIAMSON, Moncrieff ROBERTSON, Ian Ross Canadian Antiques Collector. Vol. 8 / No. 2, Prince Edward Island CentenaryIssue.
Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, Toronto , 1973, 
(Canadian Antiques Collector). Canadian Antiques Collector. Vol. 8 / No. 2,Prince Edward Island Centenary Issue. Toronto : Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, 1973. Pp [1]-79,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Double column. 4t o, illustrated stapled wrappers. Of nautical interest : Fisheries : A Tone Poem (photographic essay and poem by Marc Gallant, pp 31-35); Those GallantShips (by John Cousins, pp 58-60, illustrated). Other contents : Momentous Issues in the Island Story (by Francis W.P. Bolger); Garden in the Gulph ( by Margaret Matthew); Notable Prince Edward Islanders (by Ian Ross Ribertson); The First Islanders (by Leslie A. Maloney); Homespun and Handwoven (by Mary Burnett); Island Currency; Heritage in Building (by Irene L. Rogers); Houses of Worship (by Leone Mosher Ross); Did They Hear the Whistle Blowing? (by Nicolas de Jong); History of Printing (by E.G. Carroll); Furniture Making On Prince Edward Island (by Irene Rogers and Ruth MacKenzie); Visual Arts (by Moncrieff Williamson); Red is the Soil (by Catherine Hennessey); Glassware (by Olive Jones); The Farm Family (by Cornelius Howatt); Heritage Foundation (by Catherine Hennessey); Acadian Settlers (by Naomi Griffiths); Clock and Watchmakers (by Catherine McLeod). Rubbed, penned name and mailing label, else very good. 25.00

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149 Canadian Antiques Collector MACKAY, Donald FINLEY, A. Gregg ALLABY, Eric Canadian Antiques Collector. Vol. 10 / No. 3, May/June 1975.
Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, Toronto , 1975, 
(Canadian Antiques Collector). Canadian Antiques Collector. Vol. 10 / No. 3, May/June 1975. Toronto : Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, 1975. Pp [1]-95,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, illustrated white stapled wrappers. Special issue on New Brunswick. Contents : George F.G. Stanley's "New Brunswick Heritage"; Micahel Swift's "Biographical Studies in New Brunswick"; Gaby Pelletier's "New Brunswick Indian Crafts"; Clarence LeBreton's "Acadian Village"; Donald C. Mackay's "Early Silversmiths"; CharlesFoss's "Two New Brunswick Furniture Craftsmen"; Chris Turnbull's "New Brun swick Before History"; Stuart Smith's "Architecture in New Brunswick"; A. Gregg Finley's "Of Ships and Shipbuilders"; Eric Allaby's "Heritage Under the Sea"; Robert Power's "Some Historic Buildings"; Clement Cormier's "The Acadian Museum"; Ted Eaton's "Kings Landing"; Huia G. Ryder's "Stone Church";Roger Nason's "St. Andrews"; Elizabeth Collard's "A N.B. Contribution to C anadian Printing"; Dona Atcheson's "The J.C. Webster Collection"; Kenneth Homer's "Woodstock"; Robert Percial's "New Brunswick Artists"; and John G. McAvity's "Museums and Historic Sites". Lightly rubbed, else very good. For the issue. 20.00

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150 Canadian Folklore Canadien MACKINNON, Richard CHRISTIANSON, David MELLIN, Roger Canadian Folklore Canadien, volume 17, issue 2,
1995, 
(Canadian Folklore Canadien). Canadian Folklore Canadien, Vol. 17, Issue 2,1995 : Vernacular Architecture / Architecture vernaculaire. St. John’s, Nf ld.: The Folklore Studies Association of Canada, 1995. Pp [1]-197,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated white card covers, lettered in green and black. Contents : Introduction (by Richard Mackinnon); Wartime Housing and Architectural Change, 1942-1992 (by Annmarie Adams and Pieter Supkes); House Movings and Alterations : Stability and Change in the Codroy Valley Landscape (byRichard Mackinnon); The Ukrainian Feasant Home: Space Domestication (by Na talia Shostok); L'habitation chez les francophones au Canada (par Jean-Claude Dupont); Home and Hearth : An Archaeological Perspective on Acadian Domestic Architecture (by Andree Crepeau and David Christianson); Gender Segregation and Sacred Architecture : A Study of George Street Methodist Church, Peterborough, Ontario (by Dale Gilbert Jarvis); Vernacular Architecture andUrban Design : A Strategy for Place-Making in St. John's, Newfoundland (by Roger Mellin); Framing a House, Photography and the Performance of Heritag e (by Brian Rusted). Very good. 10.00

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151 Canadian Frontier). STEWART, G. and B. ANTONSON PERCY, H.R. McCREATH, Peter L. CAMPBELL, Bertha J. Canadian Frontier Annual Number Three
Antonson Publishing, 1978, 
(Canadian Frontier). STEWART, Gordon and Brian ANTONSON (eds.). Canadian Frontier Annual Number Three. N.pl.: Antonson Publishing, (1978). Pp [1]-128.Illustrated. 4to, card covers. Of Nova Scotia interest: Springhill Explosi on, 1891 by Bertha J. Campbell (pp. 21-25); The Joking Judge (Thomas Chandler Haliburton) by H.R. Percy (pp.43-47); Charles de La Tour : The First Acadian by Peter L. McCreath (pp.51-54); Abraham Gesner, Lamplighter by EugeneL. Hamm (pp.64-65); The Pirate Captain's Mutiny by M.O. Culpeper (pp.93-95 ). Of Prince Edward Island interest: Rioting in 19th Century P.E.I. by Andrew Robb (pp.30-34). Of New Brunswick interest: Canada's Slaves by William Sylvester (pp.35-39). Vg. 8.50

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152 Canadian Magazine 60:1 WILLISON, John BLUE, Charles S. BLIGH, W.G. Canadian Magazine, Vol. 60, No.1, November 1922.
Ontario Publishing Company Ltd, Toronto, 1922, 
(Canadian Magazine). The Canadian Magazine, Volume 60, No.1, November 1922.(Toronto : Ontario Publishing Co. Limited) Pp (2),3-16 (ads) ,[3]-88.,17-4 8 (ads) , + plates including "Winter: From the Painting by Laren Harris" Contents: Charles S. Blue's "John Crowne of Acadia : A Dramatist of the Restoration Period." (pp 3-11); E.E. Braithwaite's "Canada and the Orient" ; Florence Deacon Black's "Yellow Weather: One Rich Morning in Rosedale" (pp.17-18); W.G. Blligh's "Across the Atlantic in a Horse Transport" (pp.21-36 with 8 photos, aboard the 2,400 ton frighter Crispin of the Booth line during World War I); Hamilton M. Laing's "The Ways of Chisel-Tooth" [on the beaver; pp.39-46, with 6 photos]; H.M. Ridley's "Great Friendships: II." Alice Menell and Francis Thompson" (pp.47-52); W. Everard Edmonds' "Flag Days for Canadians: XI.: The End of the Great War, Signing of the Armistice, November11, 1918" (pp.53-54); Phyllis Coate's "The Glory Spot"; Sir John Willison' s "From Month to Month : A Journey Across the West : I" (pp.65-72); R.F. Dixon's "Some Freaks of Memory"; Agnes C. Earle's poem "Memories"; Marjorie M. Reynolds' "When Dreams COme True" [a short story set in Vancouver]; Elizabeth Robets MacDonald's poem "The Lost Garden"; and Geworge E. Williams' short nautical item, "The Passing of the "Caroline" : A Familt Tradition" [1837] . Some chipping to covers and spine ends, else very good. 30.00

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153 CANDOW, James E. Deportation of the Acadians / Le Déportation des Acadiens.
Société Promotion Grand-Pré, Grand-Pré, N.S., 2003, ISBN:0873086521 
CANDOW, James E. The Deportation of the Acadians / Le Déportation des Acadiens. (Grand-Pré, N.S.: Société Promotion Grand-Pré, 2003). Pp 1-8,1-8. Illustrated. Map. 8vo, illustrated blue stapled card covers. Contents : Deportation of the Acadians; Rising Tensions; The Deportations; The Migrations. Back-to-back French and English texts. Very good. 6.00

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154 Cape Breton] Ile Madame
1973, 
[Cape Breton]. Ile Madame . [N.pl.: N.pub., n.d. - 1973?]. Pp. [36]. Unpaginated. Illustrated. Double column. 8vo, stapled pale card covers with a watercolour illustration to front. A programme for the Acadian Festival in theIle Madame region of Cape Breton (encompassing Arichat and vicinity). Some damp-wrinkling, else vg. 10.00

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155 CARNAHAN, Cathy CARNAHAN, Cathy Miramichi Seasons. First Edition in dustjacket.
Formac, Halifax, 1998, ISBN:0887804683 
CARNAHAN, Cathy. Miramichi Seasons. Photography by Cathy Carnahan. (Halifax, Nova Scotia) : Formac Publishing Company Limited, (1998). First Edition. Pp (4),5-128. Illustrated. Oblong 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spine. A brief introduction and map followed by 118 pages of photographs. "This book captures the beauty of the changing seasons of the mighty Miramichi region. After the spring break-up and the opening of lobster season come the gaspereau fishery and apple blossoms. Summer brings well-loved festivals and events, including the air show, theFirst Nation Powwows, Canada Day, the Irish Festival, the Folksong Festival, and August's Acadian Day. Fall has its won special beauty as hills turn to yellow and scarlet. Harvest begins. Prize-winning pumpkins are weighed. The cold and snow of winter bring horse-drawn sleighs, skating on the river and holiday celebrations. Cathy Carnahan brings together a full year's cycle of life in the Miramichi in this beautiful book." - from the dj. Very good in dustjacket. 18.00

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156 CARRIER, Roch Ecrits du Canada Francais, numero 38 CHIASSON, Hermenegilde RICARD, Francois Ecrits du Canada Francais, numero 38
Ecrits du Canada Francais, Montreal, 1974, 
(CARRIER, Roch). Écrits du Canada Français, numero 38 . Montreal: Écrits duCanada Français, 1974. Pp. (14),[15]-253,(3). 8vo, printed green and white card covers. Écrits du Canada Français, numero 38. Includes prose contribu tions from Rejean Beaudoin ("Pages de prose") and François Rivard ("Mistagance"), drama by André-Pierre Boucher ("Cupidon libéré par l'amour"), Roch Carrier ("Il y a trop de bruit sur la terre"), Raymond Plante ("La p'tite gripette") and Madeleine Ferron ("A fleur de peau"), as well as a selection of Acadien verse from Raymond Leblanc, Herménégilde Chiasson, Ulysse Landry,Guy Letendre, André Arsenault, Guy Arsenault, Calixte Duguay, Raymond Robi chaud, Rino Morin, and Melvin Gallant. Text in French. Very good. 15.00

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157 CARTER, Anne Girl on Evangeline Beach. pbk
Stoddart Kids, Toronto, 2000, ISBN:077376139x 
CARTER, Anne. The Girl on Evangeline Beach. Toronto : Stoddart Kids, (2000). First Printing. Pp. (12),[1]-257,(3). 8vo, ill. card covers with green spine, red and blue lettering to front cover, white lettering to spine. "Michael Denshaw's life is hanging in the balance. After a severe beating by thugs at school, his body is left broken and bleeding on an abandoned set of railroad tracks. As he slips into a coma, Michael's world splits in two and he is given a second chance at life. He finds himself in Nova Scotia, in a time just before the deportation of the Acadians. There, he meets a beautiful girl named Marie, and begins to fall in love with her. Life seems idyllic, but Michael knows that tragedy looms, for he has encountered Marie before - as a ghost on a lonely stretch of beach back in his own time. Michael soon learns that his fate is inexplicably entwined with Marie's, and that tosave his own life, he must first save hers. The Girl on Evangeline Beach i s a wonderful coming-of-age adventure set against one of the most tragic occurrences in Canadian history." Very good. 7.00

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158 CARTER, Anne Girl on Evangeline Beach. pbk. Signed
Stoddart Kids, Toronto, 2000, ISBN:077376139x 
CARTER, Anne. The Girl on Evangeline Beach. Toronto: Stoddart Kids, (2000).Pp. (12),[1]-257,(3). 8vo, illustarted card covers with green spine. "Mich ael Denshaw's life is hanging in the balance. After a severe beating by thugs at school, his body is left broken and bleeding on an abandoned set of railroad tracks. As he slips into a coma, Michael's world splits in two and he is given a second chance at life. He finds himself in Nova Scotia, in a time just before the deportation of the Acadians. There, he meets a beautiful girl named Marie, and begins to fall in love with her. Life seems idyllic, but Michael knows that tragedy looms; he has encountered Marie before --as a ghost on a lonely stretch of beach back in his own time. Michael soon learns that his fate is inexplicably entwined with Marie's, and that to sa ve his own life, he must first save hers. The Girl on Evangeline Beach is awonderful coming-of-age adventure set against one of the most tragic occur rences in Canadian history."" - from the rear cover. Very good. Signed by the author. 10.00

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159 CASGRAIN, H.R. Pelerinage au pays d'Evangeline. Second Edition
Imprimerie de L.-J. Demers & Frère, Québec , 1888, 
CASGRAIN, L'Abbé H.-R. Un Pèlerinage au pays d'Évangeline. Deuxième Édition. Québec Imprimerie de L.-J. Demers et Frère, 1888. Pp (2),[1]-544,(2), frontispiece map. 8vo, black leather spine, green marbled boards. A description of a trip made from Quebec to the Maritime Provinces in 1885, although the majority of the book deals with Acadian history and the deportation of the Acadians to various American states (Georgia, Louisiana, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts). Contents : 1. De Québec à Campbellton. — Les Micmacs de Ristigouche. — Souvenirs d'enfance. — Combat naval de 1760. — Lecollège de Memramcouk. 2. Une promenade à Peticoudiac. — Souvenir de l'Exp ulsion. — Noël Brassard. — Le Fort Beauséjour. — La Grand-Prée. 3. Les Acadiens après le traité d' Utrecht. — Lettre de la reine Anne. — Le gouverneurNicholson et ses successeurs retiennent les Acadiens malgré eux. — Le Serm ent d'allégeance. — Piège tendu par le gouverneur Armstrong pour l'arracher. — L'Enseigne Wroth. — Serment de neutralité prêté sous Philipps. — Persécutions religieuses. — Cornwallis exige un serment sans réserve. — Charles Lawrence. — Son caractère. —Désarmement des Acadiens. — Le Plan du juge Morris. 4. Triste abandon des Acadiens. — Leurs Missionnaires. — Winslow à la Grand-Prée. — Caractère des Acadiens, — Proclamation de Winslow. — Dépêche de sir Thomas Robinson. 5. La chasse aux Acadiens. — Les premiers embarquements. — Remords de Winslow. — La journée du huit octobre. — Incendie des villages. — De la Grand-Prée à Annapolis. 6. Continuation du Pèlerinage. — LesAcadiens en Géorgie. — En Louisiane. — Un planteur acadien. 7. Les Acadien s dans la Caroline du Sud. — A la rivière Saint-Jean. — Dans la Pensylvanie. — Préjugés contre eux. — Sympathies des huguenots français. 8. Appel à l'Assemblée de la Pensylvanie. — Au roi d'Angleterre. — Lord Loudun. — Dernières indignités. — Comment les exilés s'éteignent en Pensylvanie. 9. Persécutions dans les colonies du Nord. — Les Acadiens prisonniers en Angleterre. — Mémoire de M. de la Rochette. 10. Les Acadiens dans le Massachusetts. — Cruautés des Puritains. — Dislocation des familles. — Les proscrits au Maryland. — Etienne Hébert. — Les Acadiens au Canada. — L'aumônier du général deRochambeau. 11. Férocité de Lawrence. — Le capitaine Prebble au cap de Sab le. — Les Acadiens pourchassés par Lawrence. — Sa mort. — Retour des exilésà la Grand-Prée. — Nouvelles déportations. — Blâme de l'Angleterre. — Emig ration aux Antilles. 12. Le gouverneur Franklin. — Son humanité. — L'abbé Bailly de Messein. — Sa mission en Acadie. — Les d'Entremont. — MM. Bourg etLeRoux. 13. Délaissement des Acadiens. — Secours providentiel. -- Réorgani sation. — Les exilés de la révolution française en Acadie. — MM. Desjardinset Ciquard. 14. L'abbé de Calonne. — Les Acadiens à l'île du Prince-Edouar d. — Aux îles de la Madeleine. — Au Cap-Breton. 15. Jean-Baptiste Doucet. —L'abbé Sigogne au cap de Sable et à Sainte-Marie. — Un désastre. 16. Halib urton. — Abolition du serment du test. — Les Acadiens de nos jours. 17. De Saint-Jean, N.-B., à Yarmouth. — Mgr Sweeney. — Charles de La Tour et d'Aulnay de Charnisay. 18. Saint- Michel de Tousquet. — L'abbé Parker. — Une verte leçon. — Vn dimanche à Tousquet. — Une vision de la Grand-Prée. 19. Tousquet et ses traditions. — La Butte à la Croix. — L'abbé Maillard et les exilés de la Nouvelle- Angleterre. — La famille Pothier. — Le village de Belleville. — Sainte-Anne du Ruisseau. — Le dialecte acadien. — La baie d'Argyle. — Les d'Entreniont de Pomcoup. — Mathieu Kénini. 20. Les paroisses de la baie Sainte-Marie. — La tombe de l'abbé Sigogne. — Mœurs acadiennes. -- L'anse aux Grosses Coques. — Les premières familles venues de l'exil. — Madeleine Du bois. 21. De l'a Ville-Française au Cap-Breton. Sissibou. détroit deCanseau. — Le Bras-d'Or. — Chéticarap. -- Arichat. — Shédiac. — Une arrièr e-petite-fille du notaire LeBlanc. — Louis Bastarache. — Conclusion. Appendice. Text in French. Spine ends and all edges worn, waterstain to top corner of map, soiling to last page of Table of Contents, tape repair to one page (399-400), else a very good solid copy. 100.00

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Une Seconde Acadie : L'Ile Saint-Jean - Ile du Prince-Edouard sous le Régime Français. Signed, CASGRAIN, H.R.
160 CASGRAIN, H.R. Une Seconde Acadie : L'Ile Saint-Jean - Ile du Prince-Edouard sous le Régime Français. Signed
Imprimerie de L.-J. Demers & Frère, Québec , 1894, 
CASGRAIN, l'Abbé H.R. Une Seconde Acadie : L'Ile Saint-Jean - Ile du Prince-Edouard sous le Régime Français. Québec : Imprimerie de L.J. Demers & Frère, 1894. Pp (8),[7]-419,(1). Maps. 8vo, rebound in modern red library cloth. Ex-library, else very good. Signed. 140.00

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