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In the Life : Portrait of a Modern Sex-Deviant : A Day in the Life of a Bull-Dyke, DEMPSEY, Shawna, and Lorri MILLAN MILLAN, Lorri SPENCE, Sheila PHILIPPS, Carol (ed.)
141 DEMPSEY, Shawna, and Lorri MILLAN MILLAN, Lorri SPENCE, Sheila PHILIPPS, Carol (ed.) In the Life : Portrait of a Modern Sex-Deviant : A Day in the Life of a Bull-Dyke
Finger in the Dyke Productions, Winnipeg, 1995, 1995 
DEMPSEY, Shawna, and Lorri MILLAN. In the Life : Portrait of a Modern Sex-Deviant : A Day in the Life of a Bull-Dyke. (Winnipeg : Finger in the Dyke Productions, 1995). First Edition. Pp (1),2-14,(2). Illustrated. Folio [10 by 14 inches], photo- illustrated stapled cardcovers.

Alex Spence, Gay Canada : A Bibliography and Videography, 1984-2000 : Supplement p.18.

Photographer: Sheila Spence. Designer: Zab Design. Editor: Carol Philipps.

The front cover is in the style of Life Magazine, and states "2,000 Copies in Circulation. We ae everywhere."

"Collaborators since 1989, Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan are among Canada’s best-known performance artists. "

A photographic chronicling of a day in the life of Sally, a "bull-dyke", illustrated with 27 photographs.

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142 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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143 Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources) National Museum of Canada Bulletin No. 132 ALCOCK, F. J. GODFREY, W. Earl Annual Report of the National Museum of Canada for the Fiscal Year 1952-53
National Museum of Canada, 1954, 
(Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources). Annual Report of the National Museum of Canada for the Fiscal Year 1952-53. Bulletin No. 132.Ottawa: National Museum of Canada, 1954. Pp. 313. Frontis. Plates all pres ent and included in pagination. 8vo, brown card covers. Contents: 1) F. J. Alcock's "General Activities of the National Museum of Canada" ; 2) RichardS. MacNeish's "The Stott mound and village, near Brandon, Manitoba" ; 3) T homas E. Lee's "The Giant site, Maintoulin Island" ; 4) Marcel Rioux's "Anthropology and folklore" ; 5) Madeleine Doyon's "Enquête menée dans la Beauce, auprès de maîtres-bûcherons" ; 6) Loris S. Russell's "A new species of Eurypterid from the Devonian of Gaspé" ; 7) Loris S. Russell's "Mammalian fauna of the Kishenehn formation, southeastern British Columbia" ; 8) E. L. Bousfield's "The distribution of spawning seasons of barnacles o the Atlantic Coast of Canada" ; 9) W. Earl Godfrey's "Birds of Prince Edward Island" ;10) S. D. MacDonald's "Report on investigations at Mould Bay, Prince Patri ck Island, N.W.T." ; 11) I. Mackenzie Lamb's "Lichens of Cape Breton Islands, Nova Scotia". Some minor chipping to top end of spine, a few small creases an sticker remnants to front cover, else vg. 40.00

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144 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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145 DEVINE, E.J. A Travers L'Amerique : de Terre-Neuve à l'Alaska. (Impressions de deux ans de séjour sur la côte de Bering. : Ex lib, worn
F. Paillart, Imprimeur, Abbeville, 1906, 
DEVINE, E. J., s.j. A Travers L'Amerique : De Terre-Neuve à l'Alaska. (Impressions de deux ans de séjour sur la côte de Bering). Abbeville : F. Paillart, Imprimeur, n.d. [1906]. "Premiere Traduction Francaise". Pp (6),[7]-267, (5) + 24 p. of illustrations. Map. Large 8vo, rebound in brown cloth, gilt lettering to spine. O'Dea 1316b, Tourville, Alaska: A Bibliography 1282. Chapter I. Terre-Neuve - Ordre de depart pour Alaska - ebuts du Voyage. Newfoundland on pp.[7]-14. Illustrations : "Les Narrows - Entre du Port de St.-John's" and "St.-John's, Terre-Neuve" (opp. p.32); "Un paysage de Terre-Neuve" (opp. p.33); and "Le Cap Spear a Terre-Neuve" paired with "Le Cap Prince-de-Galles a l'Alaska" with the caption "Les deux Extremities de l'Amerique" (opp.p.81). Chapitres : 1. Terre-Neuve. - Ordre de départ pour Alaska. - Début du Voyage; 2. Vers l'Ouest.- Le Manitoba et ses champs de blé ; 3 .Les Prairies de l'Ouest. - Le Bétail. - Les Cowboys ; 4. A travers les Mon tagnes Rocheuses. Ressources de la Colombie anglaise ; 5. Seattle. - Sur lePacifique.- Les Iles Aléoutiennes ; 6. La Domination russe en Alaska ; 7. Echec des entreprises de la Russie. - Transfert du Territoire ; 8. La Côte de Bering. - Les Placers. - Une Excursionà l'océan Arctique ; 9. Le camp de.Mineurs de Council. - Vie d'un mineurà l'intérieur des terres ; 10. L'Exo de d'automne. - Préparatifs d'hiver sur la côte de Bering ; 11. Isolement de l'hiver en Alaska. - Le grand silence blanc ; 12. Les Courriers de l'Alaska. - La vie sociale dans un camp de mineurs ; 13. Les Tribus aborigènes del'Alaska. - Histoire et Coutumes ; 14. La Religion en Alaska. — Le travail des Missionnaires et ses résultats ; 15. La dernière année sur la côte de Bering. - Le Retour. Minor dampspotting to cloth, foxing to edges, else a very good, solid binding. 80.00

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Across Widest America : Newfoundland to Alaska. With the Impressions of TwoYears' Sojourn on the Bering Coast. US ed. inscribed, DEVINE, E.J.
146 DEVINE, E.J. Across Widest America : Newfoundland to Alaska. With the Impressions of TwoYears' Sojourn on the Bering Coast. US ed. inscribed
Benziger Brothers, New York, Cincinnati / Chicago, 1906, 
DEVINE, E.J., s.j. Across Widest America : Newfoundland to Alaska. With theImpressions of Two Years' Sojourn on the Bering Coast. Profusely Illustrat ed. New York, Cincinnati / Chicago : Benziger Brothers, (August) 1906. First U.S. Edition. Pp (12), [1]-307, (1), portrait frontispiece + 24 p. of illustrations + folding map. 8vo, blue cloth with gilt lettering and totem pole design to fr.board. O'Dea 1316a note, Watters p.958, Rhodenizer p.80, Tourville, Alaska: A Bibliography 1283. Chapter I. Newfoundland - Orders for Alaska - The Journey Begins. Newfoundland on pp.[1]-8. Spring 1902. "Two very interesting events took place during my stay which gave me glimpses of colonial life. One was the annual opening of the Legislative Assembly, [...].The second event was the opening of the sealing season. [...]. An inceiden t occured which was not down on the programme, but which lent additional interest to the scene on the docks. The sealmen went out on strike for higherwages. Three thousand daring, grim-looking Islanders marched up and down t he streets, clamoring for better terms for their toil. This was a new eventin the life of the city; [...]. - pp.2-3. par "When Newfoundland ceases to play with Fate and enters the Canadian Confederation, where she rightfully belongs, the problem of the future of the colony will solve itself. Meanwh ile, printer's ink and the advertiser - those heralds of empire - are actively at work." - p.7. Illustrations : "The narrows - Entrance to the Harbor of St.John's, Newfoundland" and "St.John's, Newfoundland" (opp. p.16); "Newfoundland Landscape" (opp. p.32); and "Cape Spear, Newfoundland, the Extreme Easterly Point of America" paired with "Cape Prince of Wales, Alaska, theExtreme Westerly Point of America" (opp.p.96). "This volume embodies the s ubstance of various articles which appeared in the London Month and the Canadian MessengerÄ Ä. To these some new matter has been added, and the whole has been recast and thrown into a more permanent form."- the Preface. Another in the "Newfoundland to ..." genre. See Rae's Newfoundland to Manitoba, (1881, O'Dea 907) and Mrs. Vincent's Newfoundland to Cochin China, (1892, O'Dea 1092). A few short margin tears, ow vg, with inscription to a Mr.John Callaghan "with Compliments and best wishes of the Author, Montreal July 1911". Uncommon. 95.00

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147 DICK, W.J. Commission of Conservation Conservation of Coal in Canada : With Notes on the Principal Coal Mines. First Edition
1914, 1914 
DICK, W.J. Conservation of Coal in Canada. With Notes on the Principal Coal Mines. Toronto : The Bryant Press Ltd., 1914. First Edition. Pp (3),iv-xii,[1]-212 + 26 leaves plates + 2 folding maps. 8vo, maroon cloth, gilt lettering to front & spine.

A volume in the Commission of Conservation series.

Nova Scotia receives the fullest attention. (pp 33-94).

Coal Mines of Nova Scotia :
Economies effected In Mining -
Disposal of Coal Lands -
Mining Methods -
Utilization of Coal -
Generation of Power -
Coking of Coal;

Description of Principal Mines :
Dominion Coal Company:
No. 1 Colliery
No. 2 Colliery
No. 3 Colliery
No. 4 Colliery
No. 5 Colliery
No. 6 Colliery
No. 7 Colliery
No. 8 Colliery
No. 9 Colliery
No. 10 Colliery
No. 12 Colliery
No. 14 Colliery
No. 15 and No. 16 Mines
No. 21 and No. 22 Mines

Central Power Plants :
Central Power Plant, Glace Bay
New Waterford Power Plant
Betttngton Boilers

Springhill Collieries [Cumberland County]
No. 2 Mine
No. 3 Mine
By-product Coke-oven Plant

Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Company
No. 1 or Princess Colliery
No. 2 or Lloyd Colliery
No. 3 or Florence Colliery
No. 4 or Scotia Colliery
No. 5 or Queen Pit
Briquetting Plant, MacKay Mine
Inverness Railway and Coal Company
Inverness Mine
Briquetting Plant
Acadia Coal Company [Pictou County]
Albion Colliery
McGregor Mine
Acadia Mine
Allan Shafts
Central Power Plant
Intercolonial Coal Company
Drummond Mine.

Coal Mines of Saskatchewan :
Extent of Coal-fields
Bienfait Mine
Manitoba and Saskatchewan Coal Company
Western Dominion Colliery Company
Estevan Coal and Brick Company.

Coal Mines of Alberta :
Belly River Formation
Diamond Coal Company
Lethbridge Collieries
Alberta Railway and Irrigation C No. 6 Mine
No. 3 Mine
Chinook Coal Company
Royal Collieries
Canada West Coal Company
Breckenridge and Lund Coal Company
Galbraith Mine
Edmonton Formation :
Clover Bar Coal Company
Humberstone Mine
Bush Mine
Dawson Coal Company
Kootenay Formation :
Bankhead Mines
Canmore Coal Company
No. 1 Mine
No. 2 Mine

International Coal and Coke Company
McGillivray Creek Coal and Coke Company
Canadian Coal Consolidated
Old Mine
Shaft Mine
Leitch Collieries
No. 1 South Mine
No. 2 North Mine
West Canadian Collieries
Blairmore Mine
Bellevtte Mine
Lille Mine
Hillcrest Collieries
Maple Leaf Mining Company
Davenport Coal Company

4. Coal Mines of British Columbia :
Mining Methods in Crowsnest District
Hosmer Mine
Corbin Coal and Coke Company
Crowsnest Pass Coal Company
Coal Creek Collieries
Michel Collieries
Nicola Valley Coal-field :
Diamond Vale Coal Company
Inland Coal and Coke Company
Nicola Valley Coal and Coke Company
Vancouver Island Coal-field
Western Fuel Company
No. 1 Mine
Northfield Mine
Vancouver-Nanaimo Coal Company
Pacific Coast Coal Mines, Ltd
Canadian Collieries (Dunsmuir), Limited
Extension Collieries
Union Collieries

Appendix II : By-product Coke-oven Plant. Algoma Steel Company, Sauit Ste. Marie, Ont.

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Collected Writings of Lord Selkirk, 1799-1809 : Volume 1 in the Writings and Papers of Thomas Douglas, Fifth Earl of Selkirk, DOUGLAS, Thomas, Fifth Earl of Selkirk BUMSTED, J. M. (ed.)
148 DOUGLAS, Thomas, Fifth Earl of Selkirk BUMSTED, J. M. (ed.) Collected Writings of Lord Selkirk, 1799-1809 : Volume 1 in the Writings and Papers of Thomas Douglas, Fifth Earl of Selkirk
Manitoba Record Society, Winnipeg, 1984, 
DOUGLAS, Thomas, Fifth Earl of Selkirk. The Collected Writings of Lord Selkirk, 1799-1809 : Volume 1 in the Writings and Papers of Thomas Douglas, Fifth Earl of Selkirk. Edited and introduced by J. M. Bumsted. Winnipeg : Manitoba Record Society, 1984. No. 86 of a limited printing of 750 copies. Pp. 372. 8vo, red cloth. A selection of the writings of the Thomas Douglas, theFifth Earl of Selkirk, known by most Canadians as the founder of a colony at Red River in present-day Manitoba in 1811, from the years preceding his colonisation efforts in central Canada. Contents: 1) Untitled pamphlet on poor relief in Scotland, c.a. 1799 ; 2) Observations on The Present State ofThe Highlands of Scotland, with a View of The Causes and Probable Conseque nces of Emigration ; 3) A Letter to the Peers of Scotland by The Earl of Selkirk ; 4) Substance of the speech of the Earl of Selkirk, in the House of Lords, Monday, August 10, 1807, on the defence of the country ; 5) On the necessity of a more effectual system of national defence, and the means of establishing the permanent security of the kingdom ; 6) A letter addressed to John Cartwright, Esq. of the committee at the Crown and Anchor on the subject of parliamentary reform. Very good in slightly rubbed dustjacket. 50.00

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149 DOWNES, P. G. Sleeping Island. The story of one man's travels in the great barren lands of the Canadian North. 1st UK in worn dj.
Herbert Jenkins, London, 0, 
DOWNES, P. G. Sleeping Island . The story of one man's travels in the greatbarren lands of the Canadian North. Illustrated from photographs. L.: Herb ert Jenkins Limited, [n.d.]. First UK Printing. Pp. [1]-191,(1), + 16 p. ofplates. Illustrated. Map endpapers. 8vo, red cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Cassell 588. A canoeing and portaging adventure to the relatively uncharted (at this time) regions of northern Manitoba, starting at the southern end of Lake Winnipeg, travelling as far north as Nueltin Lake along the Cochrane River, travelling eastward to Churchill on Hudson Bay, then southward to The Pas. Includes accounts of "poling and shooting treacherous rapids that might continue into eternity for all he knew, packing canoe and loads over rocky, mile-long portages, blinded and staggering, spinning out yarns of the North country with trappers and traders gathered around the stove in remote Hudson's Bay Company posts, visiting with old friends among Indians and Eskimos." - from the dj. Faint edge-spotting, some light wear to spine ends, else vg in chipped, worn dj. 100.00

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150 DUFF, Louis Blake Amazing Story of the Winghamite Secretary of Louis Riel
University of Western Ontario, 1955, 
DUFF, Louis Blake. Amazing Story of the Winghamite Secretary of Louis Riel. London, Ont.: Lawson Memorial Library, The University of Western Ontario, 1955. Pp 37 leaves. 4to, stapled card covers. Western Ontario History Nuggets No. 22. Some pen marking, else vg. 40.00

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151 DUFFY, Helen. SMITH, Frances K. BRANDTNER, Fritz) BRANDTNER, Fritz) Brave New World of Fritz Brandtner. pbk.
Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston, ON, 1982, ISBN:0889110255 
DUFFY, Helen and Frances K. SMITH. The Brave New World of Fritz Brandtner. Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queens University, Kingston, Ontario. [Foreword by Robert Swain]. Kingston, ON: Agnes Etherington Art Centre, (1982). Pp. [i]-xxiii,(1),1-96,(4), including plates. Illustrated in colour. French and English preceding one another. Oblong 8vo, illustrated black card covers. A catalogue of an exhibition of the German-born Canadian artist's paintings. Some light wear and vertical creasing to spine, else vg. 60.00

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152 DUGAS, G., L'Abbé. Un Voyageur des Pays d'en Haut
Librairie Beauchemin, Montréal , 1924, 
DUGAS, G., L'Abbé. Un Voyageur des Pays d'en Haut. Montréal : Librairie Beauchemin, Limitée, 1924. Pp (6),[11]-122,(2). 8vo, maroon cloth spine, marbled paper covered boards, gilt lettering to spine. Bibliothèque Canadienne Collection Laval. A description of the life and travels of Jean-Baptiste Charbonneau (of Quebec), and his voyages by canoe to the North-West (Red River, Winnipeg, Minnesota, etc.). Text in French. Light wear, slightly splayed,penned names, else very good. 25.00

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153 DUPONT, Jean-Claude. Legendes de l'Amerique Francaise. Fifth Edition, Paperback.
Sainte-Foy, QC, 1989, ISBN:2980155039 
DUPONT, Jean-Claude. Légendes de l'Amérique Française. Sainte-Foy, Québec :(The author), 1989. Fifth Edition. Pp. (4),5-66,(2). Illustrated with blac k and white artwork. 8vo, art-illustrated white card covers with black lettering to spine. "Les Français d'Amérique possédent leur littérature orale héritée des générations précédentes. Parmi ces récits transmis de boyuche à oreille en Amérique du Nord mais d'origine française, se situent les légendes, courtes récits auxquels les Anciens prêtaient foi. Elles ont toujours répondu à un certain besoin psychologique, celui d'assurer la sécurité. Au sein de cet univers m,erveilleux qui rejoint le sacré, nous voyons agir des humains qui, redoutant la solitude, étendent leur espace pour se rassurer; ils libèrent la nature, apprivoisant ou supprimant des esprits mauvais, utilisant pour c faire des moyens religieux ou magiques. Il faut cependant reconnaître qu'en 1985, c'est surtout une valeur patrimoniale qu'on attribue àces récits." - from rear. Includes: Terre-Neuve (le bâtiment du mauvais te mps: Un vaisseau fantôme erre au large du cap Saint-Georges), Île-du-Prince-Édouard (la chasse-galerie: des voyageurs se promènent dans les airs au-dessus de la mer), Nouvelle-Écosse (la cloche qui pleure: à Louisbourg, une cloche submergée sa lamente toujours), Nouveau-Brunswick (l'arbre de vie: des Acadiens trouvent un arbre merveilleux en 1755). Also, six for Quebec, three for Ontario, and one for Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, Colombie-Brittanique, Territoires du Nord-Ouest, Yukon, Michigan, Maine et Connecticut, New Hampshire et Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont et New York, et Louisiane. Very good. Due to its small size, shipping charges should be a bit cheaper than quoted. 15.00

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154 DUTTON, Gertrude Specially Selected Recipes
Western Home Monthly, Winnipeg, Manitoba, 1931, 
DUTTON, Gertrude. Specially Selected Recipes. [Winnipeg, Manitoba] : The Western Home Monthly, n.d. [ca. 1931]. Pp (4),5-102,(2). Frontispiece. Index.8vo, brown stapled card covers, lettered in green. Frontispiece portrait o f Gertrude Dutton "who is in charge of 'The Western Home Monthly' Better Cookery Department." The Western home monthly was renamed the National home monthly in Oct. 1932. Driver, Culinary Ladmarks, M70.1. A cookbook intended for western housewives according to the Preface. Soiled covers, corner chipped, waterstain to top corner throughout, else good. 30.00

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155 DYCK, E. F. Mossbank Canon. 1st., ill. card covers.
Turnstone Press, 1982, ISBN:088801077X 
DYCK, E. F. The Mossbank Canon. (Winnipeg, Manitoba): Turnstone Press, (1982). Pp 87. First Edition. 8vo, illustrated card covers. Presentaton copy signed by author. Covers rubbed, ow vg. 25.00

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156 Dysart and District Historical Society GLASS, Helen Dysart & District : Yesterday & Tday : Radant, Sambor, Kronsberg, Canterbury, Westlea, Gardiner, Parkland, McDonald Hills.
Dysart and District Historical Society, Dysart, 1982, ISBN:091967318X 
Dysart and District Historical Society. Dysart & District : Yesterday & Tday : Radant, Sambor, Kronsberg, Canterbury, Westlea, Gardiner, Parkland, McDonald Hills. [Dysart, Saskatchewan] : (Published by Dysart and District Historical Society, October 1982. Printed by Derksen Printers, Steinbach, Manitoba). Pp [i]-ix,(1),1-386. Double column. Illustrated with over 570 b&w photos as well as many reproductions of documents, maps, local business ephemera, &c. Index. 4to, blue cloth, silver lettering and grain elevator to front board and spine. An extremely detailed history of these Saskatchewan communities, north of Regina. Contents : Village of Dysart (by Helen Glass); Business Places; Organizations; Sports; Entertainment; Dysart District; Canterbury; Gardiner; Kronsberg; McDonald Hills; Parkland; Radant; Sambor; Westlea; Special Days; Pictures of Interest; R.M. of Lipton. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Very good. Uncommon. 100.00

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157 ECKHARDT, Ferdinand. Music from Within : A Biography of the Composer S.C. Eckhardt-Gramatté. First Edition in dustjacket.
University of Manitoba Press, Winnipeg, 0, ISBN:088755136X 
ECKHARDT, Ferdinand. Music from Within : A Biography of the Composer S.C. Eckhardt-Gramatté. Edited by Gerald Bolwer. (Winnipeg) : The University of Manitoba Press, (1985). First Edition. Pp [1]-207,(1). Illustrated. Index. Large 8vo, black cloth, white lettering to spine. Sophie-Carmen Eckhardt-Gramatté (b. 6 January 1899 in Moscow – d. 2 December 1974 in Stuttgart), long-time resident of Winnipeg. Contents : Early Childhood ; Paris; Berlin; Sonia and Walter; Sonia and I; Vienna; Canada; Recognition; Sonia's; Death TheLegacy of S.C. Eckhardt-Gramatté; Epilogue: The Search for Sonia's Father. Very good in dustjacket. 20.00

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158 EDMONDS, W. Everard. Broad Horizons : Maple Leaf Sketches from a Prairie Studio. First Edition in dustjacket
Musson Book Company Limited, Toronto , 1919, 
EDMONDS, W. Everard. Broad Horizons : Maple Leaf Sketches from a Prairie Studio. With a Foreword by The Most Rev'd S.P. Matheson. Toronto : The MussonBook Company Limited, (1919). Pp (14),[1]-224,(2). 8vo, green cloth, dark green lettering to front board and spine. Peel (2003) 4480, Watters p.612, Rhodenizer p.971, Arora, The Saskatchewan Bibliography 1423. Walter EverardEdmonds, teacher, minister, journalist, author (b. October 30, 1875, Norwi ch, Ontario- d. June 23, 1966, Edmonton). "Here is a book that strikes a deeper note in Canadian Literature. Big subjects are dealt with in a broad-minded way, and every true lover of Canada will feel that this book has made its appearance at a time that its hopeful message is most sorely needed. The author believes that the past and present are vitally conected; that the men and women of to-day must be distinguished by the same energy, enterprise and breadth of vision that characterized the early pioneers.” (from the dj). Of nautical interest : Chap. 22 : Early Navigation on the Saskatchewan,pp 197-207. General Contents : 1. The Dawn of Dominion (The Story of Confe deration). 2. The New Era (Canadian Problems of To-day). 3. The City Beautiful (The Need of Town Planning). 4. The Canadian Club Movement (An Aid to Patriotism). 5. A Real Nationalism (The Value of a National Spirit). 6. Educational Progress in Alberta (Recent Progressive Legislation). 7. "Manners Makyth Man" (Courtesy, a National Asset). 8. The Khaki University (Canada's War-Time Child). 9. On English Epitaphs (A Mirror of British History). 10. The Rose in Song (A Fragrant Memory from World History). 11. The Nightingale in Song (A Brief History of English Poetry). 12. The Sockeye's Swan-Song (A Plea for Conservation). 13. Indian Customs and Legends (In Western Canada). 14. The Hudson's Bay Company (Historical Sketch). 15. Lord Selkirk and His Red River Colony (Historical Sketch). 16. A Red River Buffalo Hunt (Historical Sketch). 17. The Beginnings of Church Life on the Prairies (Historical Sketch). 18. The Royal North-West Mounted Police (Historical Sketch). 19. Place Names in Southern Alberta (Historical Sketch). 20. The Early Ranchers and Cowboys (Historical Sketch). 21. The Passing of the Trails (Historical Sketch). 22. Early Navigation on the Saskatchewan (Historical Sketch). 23. Icebreak on the Saskatchewan (An Incident of 1904). 24. Nightfall on the Prairie (Descriptive Sketch). Boards flared, corners bumped, else good inrubbed and chipped dustjacket. 85.00

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159 EDWARDS, John A. M., Reverend BAIRD, Andrew Andrew Baird of Manitoba College. First Edition in dustjacket.
University of Winnipeg Press, Winnipeg, MB, 1972, 
EDWARDS, John A. M., Reverend. Andrew Baird of Manitoba College. (Winnipeg,Canada : University of Winnipeg Press, 1972). First Edition. Pp (14),1-135 ,(3). Illustrated with several b&w photos in the text. 8vo, red cloth, black lettering to spine. Andrew Browning Baird (born October 6, 1855, at Motherwell, Ontario - d. September 22, 1940, Winnipeg) a Presbyterian churchamn and professor at Manitoba College. "The life story of Andrew Browning Bairdis the account of a remarkable man who was anxious to extend the Kingdom o f God in Western Canada. When he received the call at Leipzig he knew that he would be going forth in faith. Like Abraham he knew not where he was going, for he was unable to secure con crete information regarding the Edmonton Territory in which he was being asked to serve. He accepted the call knowing that he could get only as far as Winnipeg by rail. But the remaining nine hundred miles were a mystery to him. The very fact that he agreed to go with so little information showed the character of the man. Circumstances later brought him back to Winnipeg, and from then on he was to make a significant contribution not only to the West but to the whole of Canada, throughthe influence of the Presbyterian Church and Manitoba College. He was to b ecome one of the great Educationalists of the time. he time. He had a diversity of talents and James Robertson knew tha he was the ideal man for the special requirements of the great North-West. John M. King also recognized the abilities of this man from Motherwell. So we have here the lite story ofAndrew Baird who made that story such an important impress on the developm ent of the Nation." - from the dj. Contents : Foreword by Donald Bruce MacDonald. 1. Early Days in Canada West. 2. College in Toronto and Abroad. 3. The Call to a Mission. 4. The Great Journey. 5. Edmonton. 6. John Black and George Bryce. 7. James Robertson and John M. King . 8. Settling in Winnipeg. 9. Life at the Young College. 10. Family Affairs. 11. Classes from Winterto Summer. 12. Mission to the Indians (pp.78-84). 13. The Professor and th e Community. 14. The Prebytery and Church Union. 15. New Plans. 16. Later Years. 17. The Man and the College. Very good in lightly worn & soiled dustjacket. 22.50

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160 EDWARDS, Suzanne K. EDWARDS, Harold). Gus : From Trapper Boy to Air Marshall : Air Marshall Harold Edwards, RoyalCanadian Air Force. Signed.
General Store Publishing House, Renfrew, Ontario, 2007, ISBN:9781897113745 
EDWARDS, Suzanne K. Gus : From Trapper Boy to Air Marshall : Air Marshall Harold Edwards, Royal Canadian Air Force. (Renfrew, Ontario : General Store Publishing House, 2007). Pp [i]-vii,(1),1-235,(1). Illustrated. Maps. 8vo, illustrated black card covers. Harold Edwards (1892-1952) was born in England and emigrated with his family to Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, in 1903. In World War I he served as an able seaman in the Royal Canadian Navy, became a RNAS pilot, and fought in France with 3 (Naval) Wing. After the war, he returned to Cape Breton and was accepted in the newly formed CAF, and went on to serve in World War II and become Air Marshall of the Royal Canadian Air Force. Contents: 1. The Early Years: Immigration to Canada -- growing up in Cape Breton -- educating himself while working in the coal mines; 2. The Beginning of the Great Adventure, 1915-1916: Able seaman in RCN -- acceptanceas a RNAS pilot -- training in England; 3. Fighter Pilot, 1916-1917: Fight er pilot in France with 3 (Naval) Wing -- shot down and captured; 4. Capture, Escape, Recapture, 1917-1918: Imprisonment -- attempted escapes -- successful escape -- recapture -- prison life; 5. From War to Revolution, 1919-1920: Death sentence -- six weeks' leave -- fighting the Bolsheviks in SouthRussia; 6. The Peacetime Air Force Part I, 1920-1926: Return to Cape Breto n and acceptance in the newly formed CAF -- posting to Ottawa -- posting toWinnipeg -- aerial mapping of Manitoba; 7. The Peacetime Air Force Part II , 1926-1933: Liaison officer in London -- attendance at Schneider Cup Air Race in Venice -- staff course at Royal Naval College -- return to Ottawa --effects of Depression on RCAF; 8. The Peacetime Air Force Part III, 1934-1 938: CO of RCAF Station Dartmouth -- the Moose River Mine disaster -- the Beryl Markham flight -- coronation of King George VI -- Unemployment Relief Project No. 153 -- return to Ottawa and preparation for war; 9. The Second World War Part I, 1939-1941: Royal tour -- British Commonwealth Air Training Plan -- Clayton Knight Committee -- air member for personnel -- posting to London; 10. The Second World War Part II: Canadianization; 11. The SecondWorld War Part III, 1942: Overseas and the Home Front -- wartime Ottawa -- next of kin -- visit to Chorley -- trip to Canada -- Battle of the Bloody Nonsense -- Peter the dog -- WDs at HQ -- one airman's story -- trip to Middle and Far East; 12. The Second World War Part IV, 1943-44: Investiture atBuckingham Palace -- trips to Canada in June and November -- "Highdale" th e official residence -- East Grinstead -- posting to Ottawa -- surgery and hospitalization -- retirement; 13. Retirement, 1945-1951: Ottawa -- Victoria -- letters to author -- t. Sauveur des monts -- car accident and Sir Archibald McIndoe -- visitors; 14. The Last Trip, 1951-1952: South to Arizona -- death -- back to Ottawa -- funeral parade; 15. Afterwards. With appendices: A. Halifax-Dartmouth and the Royal Canadian Air Force, 1918-1939; B. "They Toil Without Glory": In praise of ground crews (CBC broadcast 20 July 1942); C. "Unite the Fighting Forces": Article published in The Ottawa Citizen in 1946 advocating unification; D. Letter from A/M John Plant; E. RCAF Organization, Operations, and Rank Structure in 1942-1943; F. Career summary;G. Abbreviations. Very good. Signed and inscribed by the author on the tit le page. 15.00

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