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161 CHAMPLAIN, Samuel de) . ARMSTRONG, Joe C.W. Champlain. First Edition in dustjacket.
Macmillan of Canada, Toronto, 1987, ISBN:0771595018 
CHAMPLAIN, Samuel de). ARMSTRONG, Joe C.W. Champlain. Toronto : Macmillan of Canada, (1987). First Edition. Pp (12),xiii--xviii,[1]-318. Illustrated. Maps. 8vo, grey cloth spine, map endpapers. "The life of Samuel de Champlain is the most exciting adventure story in North America's discovery history. Almost singlehandedly, this seaman and former soldier from Brouage, France, seeded an empire on this continent, A meticulous observer and chronicler, experienced navigator, keen naturalist and ethnographer, and able administrator, Champlain was the first European to see North America's tremendous potential for settlement and agriculture, as well as trade. In this, the first comprehensive biography of Canada's earliest hero, author, Joe. C.W. Armstrong reveals new information about this famous but little-understood man- his amazing range of talents, his fierce determination and stamina, his hard practicality, and his breathtaking dream of empire. His life is examined in the context of his own prolific works, the detailed journals and mapshe published during his lifetime. After nearly a decade of painstaking res earch, the author has unraveled the complex and diffuse journals of Champlain. New light is shed on a number of long-standing controversies. The author shows that the explorer knew of 'the'great inland sea' of Hudson Bay years before the English claimed to have discovered it themselves. He also demonstrates how Champlain presaged the westward thrust of North American exploration over the course of the following century." - from the dj. Contents: Part 1: The Voyages 1598 - 1916. Phase One: The Background: 1567-1602. 1. New France and the France of Champlain; 2. A Soldier of Fortune, 1567-1598; 3. Early Voyages to Spain, the West Indies, and Central America, 1598-1602.Phase Two: The First Voyage To North America: 1603. 4. The St. Lawrence: t he River of Dreams and the Grand Alliance: 1603. Phase Three: Voyages To Acadia: 1604-1607 5. The First and Second Excursions and the First Settlement: Ile Sainte-Croix, Maine: 1604-1605; 6. The Third and Fourth Excursions a nd the Second Settlement: : Port-Royal, Nova Scotia : 1605; 7. More Excursions: False Starts, Retreat, and Reprieve: 1606; 8. The Last Excursion and the Battle of Stage Harbor, Cape Cod : 1606; 9. The Last Winter and Farewellto Acadia : 1606-1607. Phase Four: The Return to The St Lawrence River: 16 08-1611. 10. The Founding of Québec and the Mutiny: 1608; 11. The First Battle against the Iroquois: Lake Champlain, New York, and Vermont: 1609; 12. The Second Battle, Sorel, Québec: 1610 ; 13. The Aftermath of War and Return to France : an Interlude and Marriage : 1610-1611; 14. The Return to Québec and Westward to Montréal: 1611; 15. Back to France: from a Dream to a Nightmare : 1611-1612. Phase Five: Voyages To Expand The Empire Westward: 1613-1616. 16. The Push for the Ottawa River and Hudson Bay: 1613; 17. The Return to France and a Change of Strategy: 1613-1615; 18. A Journey to the Nipissing Country and Huronia: 1615; 19. The Kawartha Country and a Third Battle against the Iroquois : the Defeat at Syracuse, New York: 1615; 20. The Retreat and Winter in Huronia: 1615-1616. Part Two: The Fight For The Foundation: 1616-1635. 21. From France to New France: Politics, Intrigue, and Murder: 1616-1619; 22. Hélène Champlain and the Return to Québec : 1620-1624; 23. In France and New France : the Colonial Retreat: 1625-1626; 24. More Murders and the Alliance Cracks: 1627-1628; 25. Treason and the First EnglishAttack: 1628; 26. Québec Falls to the English Raiders: 1629; 27. Champlain in England and France: the paper War: 1629-1632; 28. The Rescue of New Fra nce and the Death of Champlain: 1632-1635; Exeunt. Appendices I. The FrenchLanguage in the Seventeenth Century; II. The Testament of Guillermo Elena; III. Champlain's Voyage to the West Indies and Spain, 1598-1601; IV. Champ lain's Marriage; V. Champlain vs. Lescarbot; VI. The Champlain Astrolabe. With notes, bibliography and index. Very good in dustjacket. 25.00

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162 CHANTRAINE, Pol Le Grand Bal des baleines
Éditions d'Acadie, Moncton, NB, 1994, ISBN:2760002519 
CHANTRAINE, Pol. Le Grand Bal des baleines . (Moncton, NB): Éditions d'Acadie, (1994). Pp. 156. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. A collection of eleven short stories relating to the Îles de la Madeleine in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Vg. 10.00

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The Living Ice : The Story of the Seals and the Men Who Hunt Them in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. First Edition in dustjacket., CHANTRAINE, Pol
163 CHANTRAINE, Pol The Living Ice : The Story of the Seals and the Men Who Hunt Them in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. First Edition in dustjacket.
McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1980, ISBN:0771019602 1980 
CHANTRAINE, Pol. The Living Ice : The Story of the Seals and the Men Who Hunt Them in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Translated by David Lobdell. (Toronto): McClelland and Stewart, (1980). First Edition. Pp (6),7-238,(2). Maps, 1 0 b&w photos. 8vo (161 x 234 mm), blue cloth, silver lettering to spine. Spadoni & Donnelly 3139. First appeared in 1980 as La Grande Mouvée : L'histoire des phoques et des hommes dans le Golfe du Saint-Laurent. Pol Chantraine (b. September 1, 1944, Belgium - d. February 7, 2001, Îles de la Madeleine). "Each spring the ice-floes in the Gulf of St. Lawrence are stained crimson with blood ... and international outrage assails the Great Seal Hunt. Here is the real story of the seal herds, the Acadian and Newfoundland fishermen who have hunted them for generations, and the forces that threaten to destroy both the seals and their hunters. With a passion rare in contemporary writing, author and occasional sealer Pol Chantraine defends the huntingof seals as it is conducted by the people of the tiny Magdalen Islands. Em phasizing that for as long as there have been people and seals in the Gulf area, they have continued to thrive, he argues it is only when the 'industrial arsenal' - including motorized steel boats, guns, and helicopters - is brought to the hunt that brutal force replaces craft and becomes butchery. Interwoven with the controversy of the seal hunt is the fascinating accountof life in the Gulf area - from the migrations of marine life to the tragi c history of the original Acadians, forefathers of today's sealers, who were driven again and again from their New World settlements and finally settled in the Magdalen Islands, only to be cruelly exploited by British landlords.. This is the story of the courage and endurance of the hardy Magdaleners and Newfoundlanders as they battle treacherous ice and storm, the heart-stopping challenges of the seal hunt, and an unsurpassed description of a frozen world dominated, in the end, by the relentless forces of nature."- from the jacket. Chapters : 1. The Living Ice; 2. Nazaire; 3. The First Hunt; 4. The Art of Sealing; 5. Days of Fever; 6. The Odyssey of the Magdaleners;7. The End of the Walrus; 8. The Pagophiles; 9. Of Seals and Men; 10. The Great Hunts; 11. Steam and the Decline; 12. Other Times, Other Seals; 13. Springs of Mourning; 14. The Disasters; 15. The Great Seal Herd; 16. Seals and Captivity. Epilogue. With end-notes. Very good in unclipped dustjacket. 30.00

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164 CHARBONNEAU, Paul BARRETTE, Louise Contre vents et maree : L'histoire des Francophones de Terre-Neuve et du Labrador
Editions d'Acadie, Moncton, N.B., 1992, ISBN:2760002071 
CHARBONNEAU, Paul, en collaboration avec Louise BARRETTE. Contre vents et marées : L'histoire des Francophones de Terre-Neuve et du Labrador. (Moncton, N.B.) : Éditons d'Acadie, (1992). First Edition. Pp (10),11-119,(1). Illustrated in colour & b/w. 4to, illustrated blue card covers, lettered in green. Contents : Introduction. 1. Les débuts de la présence française : Une histoire de pêche - Le Petit-Nord - Plaisance et les guerres coloniales. 2. Les guerres de Terre-neuve : Les croisades de d'Iberville - L'exil vers Louisbourg. 3. La Cote Française : La cote ouest de Terre-Neuve - La pénisule de Port-au-Port. 4. La fin du Régime Français. 5. Un début de siècle sous le joug anglais : La période de la Seconde Guerre mondiale. 6. Le Labrador :La cote française du Labrador - La propriété du Labrador - Les débuts de l a communauté francophone de l'ouest du Labrador. 7. Sait-Jean. 8. La fin des années 60: Le réveil de la francophonie : Les débuts de la vie associative - La pénisule de Port-au-Port - Saint-Jean - Labrador City / Wabush. 9. Les luttes des années 80 : A La Grand'Terre - A Cap Saint-Georges - A l'Anse-à-Canards - A Labrador City / Wabush - A Saint-Jean - A l'échelle provinciale. 10. A l'aube du XXIe sècle : La francophonie contemporaine : La langue- Les arts et la culture - Les sposrts - Les communicatons - L'économie - Les services gouvernementaux - Les associations francophones. Conclusion. Text in French. Very good. 40.00

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Against the Odds : A History of the Francophones of Newfoundland and Labrador, CHARBONNEAU, Paul BARRETTE, Louise LUKE, Mike, trans
165 CHARBONNEAU, Paul BARRETTE, Louise LUKE, Mike, trans Against the Odds : A History of the Francophones of Newfoundland and Labrador
Harry Cuff Publications, St. John's, 1994, 1994 0921191898 / 9780921191896 
CHARBONNEAU, Paul with Louise BARRETTE. Against the Odds: A History of the Francophones of Newfoundland and Labrador. (St. John's) : Harry Cuff Publications, (1994). First Edition. Pp (10),11-119,(1). Illustrated in colour & b/w. Large 8vo, card covers.

Translation by Mike Luke of Contre Vents et Marées.

Chapters :
1. The Beginnings of the French Presence - A Fish Story - Petit-Nord - Plaisance and the colonial wars;

2. The Newfoundland Wars - D'Iberville's crusades - Exile to Louisbourg;

3. The French Shore - The west coast of Newfoundland - The Port-au-Port Peninsula;

4. The End of the French Régime;

5. The Turn of the Century under English Rule - The Second World War;

6. Labrador - The French Shore of Labrador - Ownership of Labrador - The beginning of the Francophone community in the west of Labrador;

7. St. John's;

8. The End of the Sixties: The Francophone Revival - The first signs of organization - The Port-au-Port Peninsula - St. John's - Labrador City/ Wabush;

9. The Struggles of the Eighties - Mainland - At Cape St. George - Black Duck Brook - Labrador City and Wabush - St. John's - On the provincial scene;

10. On the Threshold of the 21st Century: The Present Day - Language - The arts and culture - Sports - Communications - The economy - Government services - Francophone associations.

With bibliography.

Pencilled and penned notes & underlining to twenty or so pages, some wavieness, else very good. 20.00

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166 CHARBONNEAU, Paul BARRETTE, Louise LUKE, Mike, trans Against the Odds : A History of the Francophones of Newfoundland and Labrador
Harry Cuff Publications, St. John's, 1994, ISBN:9780921191896 
CHARBONNEAU, Paul with Louise BARRETTE. Against the Odds: A History of the Francophones of Newfoundland and Labrador. (St. John's, Newfoundland) : Harry Cuff Publications, (1994). First Edition. Pp (10),11-119,(1). Illustrated thoughout with colour & b/w photos. Large 8vo, photo-illustrated card covers. Translation by Mike Luke of Contre Vents et Marées. Chapters : 1. The Beginnings of the French Presence - A Fish Story - Petit-Nord - Plaisance and the colonial wars; 2. The Newfoundland Wars - D'Iberville's crusades - Exile to Louisbourg; 3. The French Shore - The west coast of Newfoundland - The Port-au-Port Peninsula; 4. The End of the French Régime; 5. The Turn ofthe Century under English Rule - The Second World War; 6. Labrador - The F rench Shore of Labrador - Ownership of Labrador - The beginning of the Francophone community in the west of Labrador ; 7. St. John's; 8. The End of the Sixties: The Francophone Revival - The first signs of organization - The Port-au-Port Peninsula - St. John's - Labrador City / Wabush; 9. The Struggles of the Eighties - Mainland - At Cape St. George - Black Duck Brook - Labrador City and Wabush - St. John's - On the provincial scene; 10. On the Threshold of the 21st Century: The Present Day - Language - The arts and culture - Sports - Communications - The economy - Government services - Francophone associations. With bibliography. Very good. 25.00

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167 Cheticamp - Directory) Ou, Qui et Quoi dans le village de Cheticamp
Saint Peter's Parish Council, Cheticamp, 1978, 
(Chéticamp - Directory). Où, Qui et Quoi dans le village de Chéticamp / Who. Where and What in the Village of Cheticamp. [Cheticamp : Saint Peter's Parish Council], 1978. Pp (3),1-43,(2),+ fldg.map + Addenda list tipped in. 8vo, illustrated orange stapled card covers, lettered in black. Contents : 1. Liste des edifices, maisons, magasins, garages, motels, etc. 2. Statistiques importantes. 3. Services communautaires. Very good. 16.00

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History of Cheticamp Hooked Rugs and their Artisans.. First Edition., CHIASSON, Anselme DEVEAU, Annie-Rose
168 CHIASSON, Anselme DEVEAU, Annie-Rose History of Cheticamp Hooked Rugs and their Artisans.. First Edition.
Lescarbot Publications, Yarmouth, 1985, ISBN:0921443110 
CHIASSON, Father Anselme. The History of Chéticamp Hooked Rugs and their Artisans. A Project of "La Société Saint-Pierre". Edited by Father Anselme Chiasson. Researched by Annie-Rose Deveau. Translated by Marcel LeBlanc. (Yarmouth, Nova Scotia) : Lescarbot Publications, n.d. [1985]. First Edition. Pp (6),7-183,(5) + 16 pages of colour photos. Many other illustrations in the text. 8vo, card covers with white spine. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4929. "Hooked rugs and tapestries have been famous for more than 50 years and constitute a unique form of handicrafts in Chéticamp. These are renowned for their perfect workmanship, rich soft colours, their diversity of design and often also for their distinguished owners. These rugs have an equally colorful history. The fact that they were introduced in Chéticamp by a New York artist, Miss Lillian Burke and by the family of the famous inventor, Mr. Alexander Graham Bell, already gives them an illustrious beginning." - from the foreword by Pere Chiasson. Chapters : 1. Chéticamp: Its Geographic Location, Its Founding and Evolution; 2. The Different Kinds of Rugs and Their Use; 3. Rugs Made with Wool and Jute Canvas with the Use of a Hook; 4. The First sales, The Pedlars; 5. Fledgling Beginnings with Different Kinds of Rugs; 6. Important turning point in the history of hooked rugs. Miss Burke's arrival from New York; 7. Miss Burke's demands and her kind-heartedness; 8.The extraordinary development of the rug making industry; 9. The notorious 1936-1937 crisis; 10. Mrs. Charlie Aucoin and the dissenting grooup; 11. S ome of the Handcraft's Renowned Artists; 12. The Boutiques; 13. New Initiatives and Perspectives for the Future. Very good. 30.00

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169 CHIASSON, Anselme DEVEAU, Annie-Rose L'histoire des tapis "hookés" de Chéticamp et de leurs artisans
Lescarbot, 1985, 
CHIASSON, Père Anselme. L'histoire des tapis "hookés" de Chéticamp et de leurs artisans. Projet de la Société Saint-Pierre. Rédaction Père Anselme Chiasson. Recherche Annie-Rose Deveau. (Yarmouth) : Les Editions Lescarbot, n.d. [1985]. Pp [1]-153,(3),+ 16 pp.colour photos. 8vo, card covers. Vg-fine. Gift inscription from Annie-Rose Deveau. 40.00

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170 CHIASSON, Anselme DEVEAU, Annie-Rose L'histoire des tapis hookés de Chéticamp et de leurs artisans
Lescarbot, 1985, 
CHIASSON, Père Anselme. L'histoire des tapis "hookés" de Chéticamp et de leurs artisans. Projet de la Société Saint-Pierre. Rédaction Père Anselme Chiasson. Recherche Annie-Rose Deveau. (Yarmouth) : Les Editions Lescarbot, n.d. [1985]. Pp [1]-153,(3),+ 16 pp.colour photos. 8vo, card covers. Gift inscription, else vg. 30.00

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171 CHIASSON, Anselme LACOURCIERE, Luc, preface Cheticamp : Histoire et Traditions acadiennes.. 3rd ed.
Éditions des Aboiteaux, Moncton , 1972, 
CHIASSON, Père Anselme. Chéticamp : Histoire et Traditions acadiennes. Préface de Luc Lacourcière. 3e édition. Moncton : Éditions des Aboiteaux, 1972.Pp (6),[7]-317,(3), frontispiece + 30 pp.photos. 8vo, card covers. Tennyso n, Cape Bretoniana 3554. Very good. 25.00

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Chéticamp : History and Acadian Traditions, CHIASSON, Anselme LACOURCIERE, Luc, preface. LeBLANC, Jean Doris, trans.
172 CHIASSON, Anselme LACOURCIERE, Luc, preface. LeBLANC, Jean Doris, trans. Chéticamp : History and Acadian Traditions
Breton Books, Wreck Cove, NS, 1998, ISBN:1895415292 
CHIASSON, Anselme. Chéticamp : History and Acadian Traditions. Preface by Luc Lacourcière; Translation by Jean Doris LeBlanc. Wreck Cove, Nova Scotia : Breton Books, 1998. Pp (6),vii-xi,(1),1-275,(1) + an 8-page section of b&w photos. 3 maps in the text. 8vo, photo-illustrated cardcovers.

Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 3554.

"Here is the story of an extraordinary people — the Acadians of Cape Breton Island. Written with clarity and love, and hailed asa rare local history with wide appeal, Chéticamp is an extremely well-info rmed history, folklore and guide to to this littie-known corner of the Maritimes.

The undeclared capital of Acadian Cape Breton, Chéticamp is the centre of a distinct culture with its own songs, stories, and approach to religion, business and education. From the settlers in the 1780s to the community today, this book is passionate, informative and entertaining. - from rear cover.

Chapters:
1. Dawning of Acadia and the English Conquest
2. Geographical and Political Position of Chéticamp
3. Founding of Chéticamp
4. Economic Life
5. Religious Life
6. Field of Education
7. Health
8. Civil Life
9. Different Events
10. Social Life
11. Supplement: Chéticamp Since 1961

Appendices, Footnotes and Bibliography.

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173 CHIASSON, Berthe-Mance Lameque et la crise rurale
Chambre de Commerce, Lamèque, 1969, 
(CHIASSON, Berthe-Mance). Lamèque et la crise rurale. Lamèque : (Chambre deCommerce), Février 1969. Pp (1),1-39,(1) leaves (printed one side on;y). 4 to, stapled card covers. Les résultats d'un Questionnaire sur une enquête socio-économique de Lamèque. Disbound, else very good. 15.00

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174 CHIASSON, Hermenegilde et Patrick Condon LAURETTE LAURETTE, Patrick Condon ROUSSEL, Claude, preface ROUSSEL, Claude Claude Roussel. hardcover
1987, ISBN:2760001156 
CHIASSON, Herménégilde and Patrick Condon LAURETTE. Claude Roussel sculpteur/sculptor. (Moncton) : Editions d'Acadie, (1987). Pp (8),9-106,(2). Illustrated. Oblong 8vo, paper covered boards. Bilingual text. Vg-fine. 12.00

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175 CHIASSON, Hermenegilde et Patrick Condon LAURETTE. ROUSSEL, Claude. Claude Roussel : sculpteur / sculptor. hardcover, signed by Roussel.
Editions d'Acadie, Moncton, 1987, ISBN:2760001156 
(ROUSSEL, Claude). CHIASSON, Herménégilde and Patrick Condon LAURETTE. Claude Roussel : sculpteur / sculptor. (Moncton) : Editions d'Acadie, (1987). Pp (8),9-106,(2). Illustrated. Oblong 8vo, photo-illustrated grey glossy paper covered boards, red and black lettering to front board and spine. Bilingual text. "From the traditional side, Roussel has kept a love of good workmanship, a sense of humour and the need to assert his rights and his ideas in the face of whatever the powers that be. From the academic side, he has recognized the validity of a number of types of expression, of ways of proceeding, and of medium with which he has worked. To this must be added his career as a visual arts teacher and organizer (animateur), making him one of the most noteworthy of all the visual arts figures to have come out of New Brunswick." - from rear. Very good. Signed without inscription by Claude Roussel on the flyleaf. 25.00

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176 CHIASSON, Herménégilde. Beatitudes.
Goose Lane, Fredericton, 2007, ISBN:9780864924865 
CHIASSON, Herménégilde. Beatitudes. Translated by Jo-Anne Elder. (Fredericton) : Goose Lane, (2007). First Printing. Pp [1]-118,(2). 8vo, pink illustrated card covers. Herménégilde Chiasson was born and educated in St-Simon,New Brunswick, and is one of the best known poets of the Acadian renaissan ce. “In this postmodern "sermon on the mount," Herménégilde Chiasson has created a tour de force at once compassionate and complex, thoughtful and illuminating, a meditation on what it means to be human, Beautitudes explores the common bonds of humanity, probing our notions of who we are and who we might become. Beginning in mid-sentence and ending not with a period but a comma, Beatitudes extends beyond time and space, with beautiful lines that continue to resonate after they have been read.” - from the back cover. A fine copy. 12.00

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177 CHIASSON, Père Anselme Acadiens de 1867 à 1976
1976, 
CHIASSON, Père Anselme. Les Acadiens de 1867 à 1976. n.pl.; n.p., December 1976. Pp. 38 (leaves typed one side only). Large 8vo, stapled white card covers. Covers smudged else vg. 25.00

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178 CHIASSON, Remi J. Bilingualism in the Schools of Eastern Nova Scotia
1962, 
CHIASSON, Rémi J. Bilingualism in the Schools of Eastern Nova Scotia. Québec : Éditions Ferland, 1962. Pp (2),[1]-250,(4). 8vo, blue card covers. Unopened. Vg. 50.00

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179 CHIASSON, Zenon et Martin PAULIN PAULIN, Martin Un demi-siècle d'effort collectif : L'Association coopérative des pêcheurs de l'île Lamèque: 1943-1993
L'Association coopérative des pêcheurs de l'île limitée, 1994, 
CHIASSON, Zénon et Martin PAULIN. Un demi-siècle d'effort collectif : L'Association coopérative des pêcheurs de l'île Lamèque: 1943-1993. (Lamèque, N.-B.: L'Association coopérative des pêcheurs de l'île limitée, 1994). Pp [1]-178,(2),+ fldg.plan. Illustrated. 8vo, card covers. Fine. 16.00

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180 CHIEL, Arthur A. LESCARBOT, Marc Hebraic Allusions in Lescarbot. Reprinted from American Jewish Historical Quarterly, Vol. 58, No. 3, March, 1969
Printed by the Press of Maurice Jacob, Inc., Philadelphia, 1969, 
(LESCARBOT, Marc). CHIEL, Arthur A. Hebraic Allusions in Lescarbot. Reprinted from American Jewish Historical Quarterly, Vol. LVIII, No. 3 (March, 1969), pp 347-359,(1). (Philadelphia : Printed by the Press of Maurice Jacob, Inc. 1969). 8vo, grey printed stapled card covers. Rust stains from paper clip, else very good. With a signed note from the author laid in. 20.00

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