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141 CORBETT, E. A. Henry Marshall Tory : Beloved Canadian . First Edition
Ryerson Press, Toronto , 1954, 
CORBETT, E. A. Henry Marshall Tory : Beloved Canadian. Toronto: The RyersonPress, (March 1954). First Edition. Pp. (4),v-xi,(1),1-241,(3). + portrait frontispiece + 12 pages of b&w photos. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Watters p.484, Rhodenizer p.504. Henry Marshall Tory (b. January 11,1864, Port Shoreham., Guysborough County, Nova Scotia - d. . February 6, 1 947, Ottawa, Ontario) educator, scientist and first president of the University of Alberta and first president of the National Research Council of Canada. Written by a fellow Nova Scotian, Edward Annand Corbett (b. April 12, 1884, Truro - d. November, 1964, Toronto). Foreword by Robert C. Wallace. I. Henry Marshall Tory—Beloved Canadian; 2. Family Background; 3. The Community; 4. Home and School; 5. Out in the World; 6. Life at McGill; 7. Lectuber and Professor; 8. McGill in British Columbia; 9. Opposition to the Bill; 10. Back at McGill; 11. The University of Alberta — Beginnings; 12. The University of Alberta - A Time for Expansion; 13. The Khaki University; 14. The National Research Council; 15. Carleton College; 16. The Educator in Public Life; 17. The Scientist as Philosopher; 18. Closing Years. Very good. 20.00

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142 CORRIGAN, Samuel W., and Don McCASKILL (eds.) FERREIRA, Darlene Abreu TOUGH, Frank COPET, Wayne Canadian Journal of Native Studies. Vol. 12, No. 1, 1992
Canadian Journal of Native Studies, Brandon, 1992, 
CORRIGAN, Samuel W., and Don McCASKILL (eds.). The Canadian Journal of Native Studies. Vol. 12, No. 1, 1992. (Brandon : Canadian Journal of Native Studies, 1992). Pp (6),[1]-183,(3). Map. 8vo, illustrated tan card covers, lettered in black. Contents : Oil and Lubicons Don't Mix: A Land Claim in Northern Alberta in Historical Perspective (by Darlene Abreu Ferreira); An Approach to Community Planning in Aboriginal Settlements (by Wayne Copet); Self-Government for Aboriginal People in Urban Areas: A Literature Review and Suggestions for Research (by Evelyn J. Peters); Attitudes Towards AboriginalSelf-Government: Their Influences of Knowledge, and Cultural and Economic Security (by Marlene Wells and J. W. Berry); Regional Analysis of Indian Aggregate Income, Northern Manitoba: 1896-1935 (by Frank Tough); plus book reviews. Institutional library stamp, else vfery good. 15.00

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143 CORRIGAN, Samuel W., and Don McCASKILL (eds.) MEMSAH, Joseph TSUJI, Leonard J.S. DUERDEN, Frank Canadian Journal of Native Studies. Vol. 16, No. 1, 1996
Canadian Journal of Native Studies, Brandon, 1996, 
CORRIGAN, Samuel W., and Don McCASKILL (eds.). The Canadian Journal of Native Studies. Vol. 16, No. 1, 1996. (Brandon : Canadian Journal of Native Studies, 1996). Pp (6),[1]-210. Map. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers, lettered in white. Contents : Treaty Negotiations in British Columbia: The Utility of Geographic Information Management Techniques (by Joseph Mensah); Alternative Perspectives on the Overrepresentation of Native Peoples in CanadianCorrectional Institutions: The Case Study of Alberta (by Xavier Cattarinic h); What is an Elder? What do Elders Do?: First Nations Elders as Teachers in Culture-Based Urban Organizations (by S.M. Stiegelbauer); Cree Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Science: A Case Study of the Sharp-Tailed Grouse, Tympanuchus phasianellus phasianellus (by Leonard J.S. Tsuji); Development of Identity in Native Indian Children: Review and Possible Futures (by Barry Corenblum); An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of First Nations Participation in the Development of Land-Use Plans in the Yukon (by Frank Duerden); Shampoo Archaeology: Towards a Participatory Action Research Approach inCivil Society (by Michael P. Robinson); The Process Leading to a Lands Cla ims Agreement and its Implementation: The Case of the Nunavut Land Claims Settlement (by André Légaré); Spiderwoman Theatre and the Tapestry of Story (by Larry Abbott); plus book reviews. Institutional library stamp, else very good. 15.00

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144 CORRIGAN, Samuel W., and Don McCASKILL (eds.) OSBORNE, Brian RIPMEESTER, Michael SATZEWICH, Victor Canadian Journal of Native Studies. Vol. 17, No. 2, 1997
Canadian Journal of Native Studies, Brandon, 1997, 
CORRIGAN, Samuel W., and Don McCASKILL (eds.). The Canadian Journal of Native Studies. Vol. 17, No. 2, 1997. (Brandon : Canadian Journal of Native Studies, 1997). Pp (6),[202]-403,(1). 8vo, illustrated brown card covers, lettered in white. Contents : Aboriginal People in an Urban Housing Market: Lethbridge (Alberta) (by Russel Lawrence Barsh); Reversing The Spirit of Delegitimation (by J. Tim Goddard); Indian Agents and the "Indian Problem" in Canada in 1946: Reconsidering the Theory of Coercive Tutelage (by Victor Satzewich); The Mississaugas Between Two Worlds: Strategic Adjustments to Changing Landscapes of Power (by Brian Osborne and Michael Ripmeester); Culturally Relevant Pedagogy: First Nations Education in Canada (by Faith Maina ); The Third Solitude: Making a Place for Aboriginal Justice (by Brian Donohue); Perceptions of Racism in Youth Corrections: The British Columbia ~ Experience (by Michael P. MacDonald); plus book reviews. Institutional library stamp, else very good. 15.00

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145 COUSINS, William James History of Crow's Nest Pass
Historic Trails Society of Alberta, 1981, 
COUSINS, William James. A History of Crow's Nest Pass. N.pl.: The Historic Trails Society of Alberta, 1981. (Original Manuscript 1952). Pp. 143. Illustrated. 8vo, ill. card covers. Some browning to rear cover, spine ends slightly bumped, gift inscription to title page, else vg. 20.00

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146 CRICKMAY, C. H. Significant New Devonian Brachiopods from Western Canada
The author, Calgary, AB, 1963, 
CRICKMAY, C. H. Significant New Devonian Brachiopods from Western Canada : Article 9. Calgary, AB: The author, 1963. Pp. [2],1-63,[3], including plates. Illustrated. 4to, printed brown card covers with blank black spine. Stamp and inking to front, else vg. 35.00

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147 CROSS, Michael (ed.). MacDONALD, L.R. REID, David J. WADE, Norman Canadian Historical Review. Volume 56, No. 3, September 1975
University of Toronto Press, Toronto , 1975, 
CROSS, Michael (ed.). The Canadian Historical Review. Volume LVI, No. 3, September 1975. Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 1975. Pp (2),[263]-392.i-iv. 8vo, white card covers, printed in red and black. Contents : 1. "Merchants against Industry: An Idea and its Origins” (by L.R. MacDonald). 2. “Company Mergers in the Fraser River Canning Industry, 1885-1902” (by David J. Reid). 3. “Hon. James Gardiner and the Liberal Party of Alberta, 1935-40” (by Norman Wade). Plus book reviews and regular features. Very good. For the issue 15.00

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148 CUNDIFF, Charles E. 32-63-6 W. of 5th. First Edition in dustjacket
Vantage Press, New York, 1975, 
CUNDIFF, Charles E. 32-63-6 W. of 5th. New York : Vantage Press, (1975). First Edition. Pp (10),1-164,(2). 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "The digits in the title of this memoir locate a homestead first settled andfarmed by the author in western Canada close to fifty years ago. Scarce fi nancial resources, "acts of Nature," and a succession of incidents and vicissitudes marked the efforts of Charles Cundiff, his wife, and his family totame this piece of land and wrest a living from it with rather primitive f acilities. Plagued by mounting debt and frustrated by devastating hailstorms and various other "accidents," yet fortified by strong family ties, courage, and a firm resolve to make a "go" of things, the Cundiffs persevere andendure. This account of their struggles is one of hardy spirits living a l ife close to nature in an all but vanished wilderness, and it enlightens while it inspires. The author has—both in his life and this retelling of it—the saving grace of humor. His only regret is that he had not yet developed an awareness of the wondrous and sometimes mysterious purposes of the Lord at the time he was suffering the various travails recorded here. Had this been the case, hardship would have been easier to withstand, possibly even welcomed. Now, with the wisdom of experience and his new- found awareness ofthe Spiritual Force at work in the universe, Charles Cundiff is able to in terpret many or tne events in his life as elements in God's Master Plan. Skillfully and sensitively written, moving and informative, and containing a "message" that lifts it far above similar memoirs, 32-63-6—W. of 5th is thestory of a life well-lived." (from the dj). Although born in Iowa, Mr. Cun diff has spent most of his life in Canada. His youth was spent on a pioneerfarm in Alberta. He went to the first school in the district, attending it until he was eleven, at which time he quit school to help with the work on the farm. Very good in rubbed, price-clipped dustjacket. Signed by the aut hor. 75.00

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149 CUPLINSKAS, Indre (ed.) VOLPE, Philippe LOWER, Arthur Historical Studies 2015 Volume 81 Canadian Catholic Historical Association
Canadian Catholic Historical Association, Ottawa, 2015, 
CUPLINSKAS, Indre (ed.). Historical Studies 2015 Volume 81. (Ottawa) : The Canadian Catholic Historical Association, 2015. Pp (4),5-96,(2),3-200. 8vo,blue card covers, lettered in white. This publication is divided into an E nglish and a French section. English contents : "I am ... the very essence ol a Protestant": Arthur Lower, Anti-Catholicism and Liberal Nationalism, 1939-1959 (by Kevin Anderson); Reading the Lived Experience of Vatican II - Words and Images: The Canadian Province of the Sisters of Our Lady of Missions in Peru (by Rosa Bruno-Jofre and Ana Jofre); "Rare Beauty' and Renewal:The Consortium Project for Alberta Catholic High School Religious Educatio n (by Matt Hoven); Inter-church Coalitions as Site of Ecumenical Contact and Conflict: The Canada China Programme, 1971-2000 (by David Webster and Sarah Zwierzchowski). French contents : Le catholicisme au Canada et les minorités nationales et ethniques : contributions et tensions (XIXe et XXe siècles) (par Martin Bock et E.-Martin Meunier); L'Eglise-nation canadienne-française au siècle des nationalités : regard croisé sur l'ultramontanisme et le nationalisme (par Jean-François Laniel); Catholicisme social, anticommunisme et nationalisme en Ontario français : le cas de figure du père Gustave Sauvé, o.m.i. (1930-1960) (par François-Olivier Dorais); Clercs et historiens: le discours d'enracinement et la Societe historique du Nouvel-Ontario (par Stéphanie St-Pierre); Le choix de l'école catholique de langue française en Ontario : mutations du rapport identitaire des Franco-Ontariens au catholicisme (par Jean-François Nault); Clercs progressistes et néonationalisme acadien, 1966-1982 (par Philippe Volpé); La signification de la mission et des pensionnats indiens dans la revue Kerygma (1967-2004) (par Brieg Capitaine); Complexité et foisonnement d'un rapport oblique ; les Juifs fece aumonde francophone catholique (par Pierre Anctil); De l'Afrique au Québec : les réseaux missionnaires comme vecteurs d'intégration socio-ecclésiale (p ar Catherine Foisy). Very good. 15.00

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150 d'ENTREMONT, Laurent d'ENTREMONT, Nil T. Meat Loaves Do Explode : A humorous look at travel . signed
1976, 
d'ENTREMONT, Laurent. Meat Loaves Do Explode : A humorous look at travel bythe author of The Two Acre Farm. (Illustrations by Simone Meuse). Lr. West Pubnico : Two Acre Publications, 1976. Printed by Sentinel Printing Ltd. P p [1]-32. 8vo, yellow card covers. Sections: Travelling for Fun; The Captain Was Blind; Ottawa, Here I Come; Not The Bishop; Work italian Style; Out West Will We Go; Cowboy Country; Alberta Has a Game Farm; The Great Gopher Hunt; Summation; Europe Via Back Door; No Glamour; "Meat Loaves Do Explode";No Bull About Bull Fights; "La Belle France"; The Good Samaritans of Luxem bourg; Is The Matterhorn For Sale?; Seignor Pla; Homeward Bound; "Iles de la Madelaine" [by Nil T. d'Entremont, pp.28-32]. Very good. Signed by the author. 12.00

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151 DANA, Edward S. and Alan M. BATEMAN (eds.) BATEMAN, Alan M. (ed.) American Journal of Science, November 1925, Volume X, Number 59
American Journal of Science, New Haven, CT, 1925, 
DANA, Edward S. and Alan M. BATEMAN (eds.). American Journal of Science, November 1925, Volume X, Number 59 . New Haven, CT: Americal Journal of Science, 1925. Pp. (383)-482,[4]. Illustrated. 8vo, printed grey card covers. Contents: R. W. G. Wyckoff, H. E. Merwin and H. S. Washington's "X-Ray Diffraction Measurements upon the Pyroxenes", Leigh Page's "Energy of a Straight Current", J. Barrell's "Geologicl Relations of Earth-Condensation and Resulting Acceleration in Rotation", P. E. Raymond's "Anaspida and the Vertebrates Origin", E. S. C. Smith's "Geology of Maine: Igneous Rocks of Mt. Kineo", Edwin Kirk's "Paleozoic Fossils from Ellesmereland", P. S. Warren's "Kinderhook Fauna from Nordegg, Alberta", and G. G. Simpson's "Mesozoic MammaliaII: Tinodon and Its Allies". Spine ends chipped, else vg. For the issue. 2 0.00

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152 DANIELS, Harry W. SANDERS, Douglas MCKAY, Raoul WEINSTEIN, John Forgotten People : Metis and Non-Status Indian Land Claims
Native Council of Canada, Ottawa, 1979, ISBN:0969097018 
DANIELS, Harry W. The Forgotten Peopl : Metis and Non-Status Indian Land Claims. Ottawa: Native Council of Canada, (1979). Pp. (4), 1-99, (1). Illustrated with photos, maps. 8vo, Illustrated black and white card covers, whitespine with black lettering. Chapters include: Metis Rights in the Prairie Provinces and the Northwest Territories: A Legal Interpretation by Douglas Sanders; History of West Never Complete Until Interpreted by Metis People by Raoul McKay; Claims Arising out of the Definition of Indian, by John Weinstein; The Land Issue and the Mobilization of the Alberta Metis in the 1930's by F.K. Hatt. Owner's name in ink to inside page, minor soiling to inside cover and inside page, minor marking to front and back cover, else vg. 20.00

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153 DANIELSON, Bill Cape Breton Weather Watching for the Naturally Curious. First Edition, Signed
Cape Breton University Press, Sydney, NS, 2007, ISBN:9781897009130 
DANIELSON, Bill. Cape Breton Weather Watching for the Naturally Curious. Sydney, Nova Scotia : Cape Breton University Press, (2007). First Edition Pp.(3),4-202,(2). Illustrated throughout with colour photos and diagrams. Lar ge 8vo, photo-illustrated black card covers. "Bill Danielson is a retired professor of meteorology, University of Hartford, who lives much of the yearat Smelt Brook, on Cape Breton’s famous Cabot Trail. His passion for the I sland and his interest and knowledge about the elements combine to make Weather Watching enjoyable, informative and understandable. Supported by his own beautiful photographs of Cape Breton weather phenomena, and diagrams that illustrate how the weather works, Danielson brings Cape Breton’s natural history to life." - from rear cover. Chapters : 1. How Cape Breton's Geography Shapes its Weather: Latitude and Sunlight - Longitude: At the Edge of the Continent - Cape Breton Weather Patterns - Cape Breton's Maritime Environment - The Island Itself - Cape Breton: Island of Contrasts; 2. Summer Weather Watching : Sunny, Dry Days - Warm, Humid Days - Cool, Foggy Days - Summer Storms - Air mass showers - Frontal rain - Watching Your Barometer - Summer Weather Watching Suggestions; 3. Autumn Weather Watching : Autumn Showers - Autumn Storms - Hurricanes - Autumn Colours - Fall foliage - Rainbows- The aurora - Autumn Weather Watching Suggestions; 4. Winter Weather Watc hing : - Frontal Cyclones-Our Big Weather Producers - Warm Fronts - Cold Fronts - Occluded Fronts - Storm Tracks - Alberta clippers - Colorado Lows - Nor'easters - Inside runners - Other tracks - The end of the track - Some shortcomings of the Frontal Storm Model - How Much Does It Snow?- Sea Ice- Winter Weather Watching Suggestions; 5. Spring Weather Watching : Spring's Reluctant Arrival - Spring storms - Blocking patterns - Seasonal temperatureLag - Mud Season, Pollen Sneezin' - Mud time - Pollen clouds - Spring Show ers or Spring Fog? - Why cumulus clouds grow upward - Why stratus clouds don't grow upward - Spring Weather Watching Suggestions; 6. Simple Pleasures:Enjoying Blue Skies : Observing the Sky - Why Is The Sky Blue? - Shades of Blue - The pale horizon - Other variations - Sky colour and visibility on humid days - Sky Blue, Ocean Blue - Polarized Skylight; 7. Sunrises and Sunsets : - Sunrise and Sunset - or So It Seems - Sunrise and Sunset Colours -The Green Flash - Distortions in the Sun's and Moon's Shapes - Earth Shado w- Crepuscular Rays; 8. Rainbows, Haloes and Other Visual Treats : - Rainbows - Fogbows and Moonbows - Haloes - Sun Dogs and Sun Pillars - Coronas - Iridescent Clouds - Mirages : - Inferior mirages- Superior mirages - The Heiligenschein- The Glory and the Spectre :- The glory - The spectre- The Aurora; 9. Watching Cape Breton's Low Clouds : Fog: Lowest of The Low Clouds : - Advection fog - Upslope fog - Other types of fog - Fun with fog - StratusClouds - Cumulus Clouds - Cumulonimbus Clouds and Thunderstorms - Stratocu mulus Clouds - Spouty Clouds; 10. Watching Middle and High Clouds : Altocumulus Clouds: Waves and Ripples - Lenticular Clouds: Flying Saucers - Altostratus and Nimbostratus Clouds - Cirrus Clouds - Cirrostratus Clouds - Cirrocumulus Clouds - Aircraft Condensation Trails (Contrails); 11. Rain and Snow Watching : Rain Watching :Dyeing to measure the rainfall - Raindrops on windows - Foam watching -Virga - Dew - Snow Watching : How much snow? Measuring it - Snow crystals - Frost patterns - Early snow - Avalanches - More Snow Sights - Freezing Rain; 12. Watching the Wind : - Winds and Weather Systems - Cape Breton's Home-Made Winds - Land and sea breezes - Katabatic winds: Night visitors - Winds shaped by Cape Breton topography - La Suête [Les Suêtes] - Watching Winds Aloft- Cape Breton Windicators; 13. Watching for Climate Change : Cape Breton's Past Climates: Searching for Clues - The Current Picture - Our Future Climate - Impacts of Climate Change on Cape Breton. With bibliography and index. Very good. Signed by Danielson, "Happy weather watching!" 20.00

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Strange Tales of Canada.  2nd printing in dustjacket, Signed, DARIOS, Louise GERRY, Philippa C.
154 DARIOS, Louise GERRY, Philippa C. Strange Tales of Canada. 2nd printing in dustjacket, Signed
McGraw-Hill Ryerson Limited, 1972, ISBN:0770001998 1972 0770001998 / 9780770001995 
DARIOS, Louise. Strange Tales of Canada. Translation by Philippa C. Gerry. Toronto : McGraw-Hill Ryerson Limited, (1972). Second Printing. Pp. 162. 8vo, blue cloth, silver lettering to spine.

Louise Darios (b. Paris), singer and comedienne.

"A tradition, a saying, a beliet, or a news item has inspired a tale from every Canadian province for this folk collection. It will attract readers of social history and folklore; its intrigue and drama will draw those of any age who like a gripping story. The sublet matter is as varied as Canada itself. A tale of love and the miraculous is ihe Letter of Jesus, from Newfoundland.There Is humour, as in The Witch (who happened to be Scottish), from Ontario, and Indian legend (The Sea-Serpent's Vertebra, from British Columbia).

In Strange Tales of Canada Louise Darios explores the legends and secrets ot such national groups as the French, English, Irish, Scottish and Ukrainian, as well as Indian and Eskimo. In studying the peoples of Canada and their ways of living, this distinguished folk artist has given us a fresh and intriguing look at legends ol Canada." - from the dj.

With stories from each province, including The Secular Mass (Nova Scotia) [in an Acadian village], The Seventh Son of a Seventh Son (New Brunswick), The Good Shipwreck (Prince Edward Island) and The Letter of Jesus (Newfoundland).

Ontario: The Witch
British Columbia: The Sea-Serpent's Vertebra
Yukon & Northwest Territories: The Caribou of Heaven
Québec: The Iliac Passion.
Manitoba: The Wind's Mask
Alberta: The Three Suns
Saskatchewan: Freedom! Precious Freedom!

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Hare and Tortoise.  1st US no dj, DAVISON, Frank C.S.]. COALFLEET, Pierre COALFLEET, Pierre
155 DAVISON, Frank C.S.]. COALFLEET, Pierre COALFLEET, Pierre Hare and Tortoise. 1st US no dj
Duffield and Company, 1925, 
[DAVISON, Frank C.S.]. COALFLEET, Pierre (pseud.). Hare and Tortoise. NY: Duffield and Company, 1925. First American Edition. Pp. 255. 8vo, green cloth with black illustration to front, black lettering to spine. Watters p. 271. Klinck pp. 683-4. Rhodenizer p. 769. Spadoni and Donnelly 785. A novel about life on an Alberta farm. Very slightly cocked, some light wear to spine ends and corners, previous owner's name inked to first blank, else vg. 150.00

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Crowfoot : Chief of the Blackfeet. in dj. signed, DEMPSEY, Hugh A. SHARP, Paul F., foreword
156 DEMPSEY, Hugh A. SHARP, Paul F., foreword Crowfoot : Chief of the Blackfeet. in dj. signed
Hurtig Publishers, Edmonton, 1972, ISBN:0888300645 
DEMPSEY, Hugh A. Crowfoot : Chief of the Blackfeet. Foreword by Paul F. Sharp. Edmonton : Hurtig Publishers, (1972). Pp xix,226. Illustrated. 8vo, brown cloth. Johnson, The Blackfeet : An Annotated Bibliography 173. Very goodin nicked, edgeworn dustjacket. Signed by Dempsey. 50.00

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157 DENNY, Cecil E., Sir CAMERON, W.B., ed. RUTHERFORD, A.C., Hon., foreword Law Marches West. First Edition in dustjacket
J.M. Dent and Sons (Canada) Ltd, Toronto, 1939, 
DENNY, Sir Cecil E. The Law Marches West. Edited and arranged by W.B. Cameron, with a foreword by Hon. A.C. Rutherford. Toronto : J.M. Dent and Sons (Canada) Ltd, (1939). First Edition. Pp (6),vii-xvi,1319,(1),+ portrait frontispiece + 13 plates + folding map. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt RNWMP crest on front board, gilt lettering to spine.. Map end-papers. Peel, 979 [3677], Watters p.491, Rhodenizer p.649, Johnson, The Blackfeet: An Annotated Bibliography 191; Smith, Pacific Northwest Americana 2410, Arora, The Saskatchewan Bibliography 1238. Not in Hackett, South African War Books: An Illustrated Bibliography. "Few periods in the history of canada hold the glamour, the romance, the adventure of the early days of the West. Too often has this beenpresented to us second-hand. Rarely is it possible to re-create the living West in its beginnings through the eyes of an onlooker, but this volume do es it for us: the author wasone of the original officers of the Royal North-West Mounted Police sent in 1874 to establish law and order and to make the land for the eraly settler. From the carefully kept record of events day by day, Mr Cameron has woven a valuable, engrossing, and authentiuc accountof the transformation of Canada's great hinterland from lawless wilderness to peaceful, law-abiding, and progressive provinces." from front flap of d ustjacket. Chapters : 1. A Challenge and the Answer; 2. En Route and a WildNight wiuth the Elements; 3. 1874: The Famous March of the North-West Moun ted Police ; 4. Whoop-Up and the Whisky Traders; 5. Fort MacLeod: A Merry Christmas - A Black New Year; 6. An Interrupted Card game and a Slump in Spirits; 7. A Battle with Boreas; 8. Establishing Fort Walsh [Saskatchewan; 9.Fort Calgary on the Map; 10. Tobacco with the Compliments of the Sioux; 11 . The Blackfoot Treaty of 1877; 12. The Blackfoot Treaty - continued; 13. Sitting Bull Crosses the Line; 14. Farming and Stock-Raising Follow the Law;15. Murder at Walsh: Constable Grayburn Ambushed; 16. The Blackfeet People Settle for a Dead Cree; 17. Belly River Claims a Victim; 18. Lord Lorne Se es the West [Marquis of Lorne]; 19. 'Dickie' (Dickens's Son) Tangles with Bull Elk [Francis Dickens , 1844-1886]]; 20. Old Man's River Swallows a Town[Macleod, Fort Macleod]; 21. A Brutal Murder and Calgary's First Hanging; 22. Border Raids Create an International Problem; 23. Handling Treaty Seven's Seven Thousand Indians; 24. The North-West Rebellion of 1885; 25. Keeping the Peace amonmg the Southern Indians; 26. Rapid Development of the North-West; 27. The Mormons Come to Canada; 28. A Wierd Story of Gold and Guilt;29. The North-West Council Requests Widened Authority; 30. Scope of Police Duties Steadily Extended; 31. The Territories Secure Parliamentary Represe ntation; 32. The "Short Cut" to the klondyke: A Tragic Record; 33. The Indian Trades His Scalping-Knife for a Plough; 34. The North-West Mounted Police in the South African War; 35. Northern Indians Admitted to Treaty; 36. Peace River - and the End of the Trail. With index. Name, else very good in dustjacket with a Stanley Turner illustration (dustjacket nicked, chipped atlightly sunned spine and with a surface tear to rear panel affecting ten o r so words; all now protected in brodart protector]. Nice copy. 200.00

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158 Department of Mines National Museum of Canada Bulletin no. 50 COLLINS, W.H. JENNESS, Diamond Annual Report for 1926
F.A. Acland / Department of Mines, Ottawa, 1928, 
Department of Mines. Annual Report for 1926. Ottawa: F.A. Acland, 1928. Pp.(6),[1]-126,(4), + 18 p. of plates. Illustrated. 8vo, printed brown card c overs. National Museum of Canada Bulletin no. 50. Includes: W.H. Collins's "General Activities of the Museum", Diamond Jenness's "Archaeological Investigations in Bering Strait", H.I. Smith's "Restoration of Totem-Poles in British Columbia", P.A. Taverner's "Ornithological Investigations near Belvedere, Alberta", and M.O. Malte's "Commercial Bent Grasses (Agrostis) in Eastern Canada". Name stamp, spine ends nicked, else vg. 20.00

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159 Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment. Report of the Work of the Invalided Soldiers' Commission, Canada, May, 1918
J. de L. Tache´, Ottawa, 1918, 
Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment. Report of the Work of the Invalided Soldiers' Commission, Canada, May, 1918. Ottawa : J. de LaBroquerie Taché, 1918. First Edition. Pp (2),[3]-107,(5). Tables in text. 8vo, printed wraps. Contents: Introductory Letter - List of Hospitals - Summary of Accommodation - Branches of the Work - Organization - Method of Organization: Method of Organization, Organization of Institutions, Vocational Organization, Works Organization, Military Organization, Employment Organization - Procedure regarding Men Returned from Overseas - Clearing Depots - Vocational Training - Industrial Surveys - Functional Re-education - Analysis of Invalids Returned from Overseas - The Tuberculosis Situation - List of Sanatoria Used by the Commission - Projected Sanatoria and Uniformity of Treatment - Blinded Soldiers - Lip Reading for the Deaf - Permanent Homes - Recreation Centres - Food Costs and Control - The Works Branch - Grants by Provincial Governments or Public Authorities - Artificial Limbs and Minor Orthopaedic Appliances - Recurrence of Disability in Discharged Men - Treatment of Returned Officers outside of Canada - The Insane - Nervous and Mental Disabilities : Analysis - Death Rate - Provision of Employment : Provincial Commissions - Ontario and Quebec - Nova Scotia, Manitoba, British Columbia - Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan - Land Settlement - Publicity - The UnitedStates - Pensions - Accounts - Disablement Fund - Classification of Staff - Proposals for Future Development. Appendices: I. Order in Council, P.C. 433, dated 21st February, 1918; II. Order in Council, P.C. 432, dated 21st February, 1918; III. Order in Council, P.C. 434, dated 21st February, 1918; IV. Order in Council, P.C. 446, dated 23rd February, 1918; V. Order in Council, P.C. 1366, dated 22nd June, 1918. New scale of pay and allowances for men undergoing treatment or training; VI. Scale of Pensions; VII. Soldier Settlement Act; VIII. Reports of Vocational Officers : a. Ontario; b. Quebec; c. Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island; d. New Brunswick; e. British Columbia; f. Manitoba; g. Saskatchewan; h. Alberta. Some chips and tears to partly detached covers, else very good. 85.00

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160 DESMARAIS, Robert J Golden Cockerel's Polite Erotica : A Legacy of Endurance and Distinction. Bruce Peel Special Collections Library, October 2007 - January 2008. Signed copy
University of Alberta Libraries, Edmonton, 2007, ISBN:9781551951836 
DESMARAIS, Robert J. Golden Cockerel's Polite Erotica : A Legacy of Endurance and Distinction. Bruce Peel Special Collections Library, October 2007 - January 2008. (Edmonton : University of Alberta Libraries, 2007). Pp (4),v-xix,(2),2-122. Illustrated. Tall 8vo (13.5 by 7 inches), maroon, tan and green decorated card covers, gilt lettering to maroon spine. Catalog of an exhibition held at the Bruce Peel Special Collections Library, University of Alberta, October 2007-January 2008. "To my great delight this exhibition catalogue on the Golden Cockerel Press has afforded me the opportunity to write about one of the great British private presses and its contribution to the fine press movement. While the sixty books in this catalogue represent barely a quarter of Golden Cockerels total output I have taken care to make a selection that shows how the Press expressed its individuality and continued a tradition of fine book production against the odds. In using the words "endurance" and "distinction" in the title, I have endeavoured to capturethe resilience of the Press and the determination of its various owners to achieve an ideal. A great proportion of Cockerels were illustrated works, and many feature nude engravings, which were a further expression of the owners' ideas about bookmaking. The owners were not afraid to exercise their own tastes in the selection of designs and materials, and the enduring erotic theme increased the popularity of Cockerels with collectors. The Press made a significant contribution to the fine press movement with its pioneering designs, and, despite some faults, the books are handsome and distinctive. I invite you, dear reader, to consider the books and make your own determination on whether Golden Cockerel deserves its place in the pantheon of fine bookmakers. I promise a worthwhile experience." (from the Preface). Nick to top spine, else very good. Signed with inscription by the author. 40.00

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