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Historic Sketches of the Pioneer Work and the Missionary, Educational and Benevolent Agencies of the Presbyterian Churches of Canada, Canada - Presbyterian
161 Canada - Presbyterian Historic Sketches of the Pioneer Work and the Missionary, Educational and Benevolent Agencies of the Presbyterian Churches of Canada
Murray Printing Co., Toronto, 1903, 
(Canada - Presbyterian). Historic Sketches of the Pioneer Work and the Missionary, Educational and Benevolent Agencies of the Presbyterian Churches ofCanada. Edited by a Committee of the Executive of the "Twentieth Century F und". Toronto: Murray Printing Co., 1903. Pp. 128. Illustrated with variousblack & white photographs. 8vo, purple printed card covers, plain spine. C ontents : The Twentieth Century Fund : Its Inception and the Results. Pioneer Work and Workers in Each of the Provinces (From Notes by R. Murray, James Croil, et al) : Province of Nova Scotia; Prince Edward Island; Island of Cape Breton; Province of New Brunswick; Newfoundland; Province of Quebec; Province of Ontario (Upper Canada); Manitoba and North-West Territories; British Columbia. Home Missions : Before and After the Home Mission Committee Period. The Church and Manse Building Fund of Manitoba and the North-West (by Sir Thomas Wardlaw Taylor). Augmentation Fund (East and West). Foreign Missions (by Rev. J. McDougall) : The New Hebrides; Trinidad; Demerara; Korea; Formosa; Central India; Honan; Shanghai; Macao; Chinese in Canada; Indians of North-West and British Columbia; Auxiliary Societies. French Evangelization (From Notes by Rev. Professor John Campbell). Presbyterian College, Halifax (by Rev. R. Murray). Presbyterian College, Montreal (From Notes by Professor John Campbell). Queen's College, Kingston (by Miss Saunders). Knox College (by Rev. R.N. Grant). Manitoba College (From Notes by Rev. Professor Geo. Bryce). Ottawa ladies' College (by Rev. Dr. Armstrong). Ministers'Widows' and Orphans' Fund (Synod of the Maritime Provinces). Ministers' Wi dows' and Orphans' Fund (Western Section). Aged and Infirm Ministers' Fund (Eastern Section) (by Rev. Anderson Rogers). Aged and Infirm Ministers' Fund (Western Section) (by Rev. A.H. Scott). Detailed Receipts. Spine and all edges faded to brown, some creasing to front corners, rear cover with a fewwhite spots, else vg. 50.00

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162 Canada - Presbyterian Historic Sketches of the Pioneer Work and the Missionary, Educational and Benevolent Agencies of the Presbyterian Churches of Canada
Murray Printing Co., Toronto, 1903, 
(Canada - Presbyterian). Historic Sketches of the Pioneer Work and the Missionary, Educational and Benevolent Agencies of the Presbyterian Churches ofCanada. Edited by a Committee of the Executive of the "Twentieth Century F und". Toronto: Murray Printing Co., 1903. Pp. 128. Illustrated with variousblack & white photographs. 8vo, brown card covers, lettered in black to fr ont cover. Contents : The Twentieth Century Fund : Its Inception and the Results. Pioneer Work and Workers in Each of the Provinces (From Notes by R. Murray, James Croil, et al) : Province of Nova Scotia; Prince Edward Island; Island of Cape Breton; Province of New Brunswick; Newfoundland; Province of Quebec; Province of Ontario (Upper Canada); Manitoba and North-West Territories; British Columbia. Home Missions : Before and After the Home Mission Committee Period. The Church and Manse Building Fund of Manitoba and the North-West (by Sir Thomas Wardlaw Taylor). Augmentation Fund (East and West). Foreign Missions (by Rev. J. McDougall) : The New Hebrides; Trinidad; Demerara; Korea; Formosa; Central India; Honan; Shanghai; Macao; Chinese in Canada; Indians of North-West and British Columbia; Auxiliary Societies. French Evangelization (From Notes by Rev. Professor John Campbell). Presbyterian College, Halifax (by Rev. R. Murray). Presbyterian College, Montreal (From Notes by Professor John Campbell). Queen's College, Kingston (by Miss Saunders). Knox College (by Rev. R.N. Grant). Manitoba College (From Notes byRev. Professor Geo. Bryce). Ottawa ladies' College (by Rev. Dr. Armstrong) . Ministers' Widows' and Orphans' Fund (Synod of the Maritime Provinces). Ministers' Widows' and Orphans' Fund (Western Section). Aged and Infirm Ministers' Fund (Eastern Section) (by Rev. Anderson Rogers). Aged and Infirm Ministers' Fund (Western Section) (by Rev. A.H. Scott). Detailed Receipts. Spine sunned, covers soiled, stains to a few leaves, else good. As is. 55.00

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163 Canada - Secretary of State International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights: Report of Canada on Implementation of the Provisions of the Covenant.
Canada - Secretary of State / Minister of Supply and Services Canada, 1979, 
Canada - Secretary of State. International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights: Report of Canada on Implementation of the Provisions of the Covenant. [Ottawa] : Secretary of State / Minister of Supply and Services Canada, March 1979. Pp (6),[1]-479,(3). Large 8vo, blue cardcovers, Contents: Introduction : THe Canadian Constitutional System and the Covenant; II. CanadianLaw. A. Examination of the federal law and of the law of the Northwest Ter ritories and that of the Yukon Territory (pp.8-186). B. Examination of Provincial Law: Alberta (pp.187-212); British Columbia (pp.213-241); Manitoba (pp.242-266); New Brunswick (pp.267-290); Newfoundland (pp.291-331); Nova Scotia (pp.332-349); Ontario (pp.350-405); Prince Edward Island (pp.406-430);Quebec (pp.431-460); Saskatchewan (pp.461-479). Nick to spine, light cover erar, else very good. 60.00

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164 Canada Railway News) Souvenir View Book of Scenic Canada
Photogelatine Engraving Co. Ltd., Ottawa, 1930, 
(Canada Railway News). Souvenir View Book of Scenic Canada. Ottawa : Photogelatine Engraving Co. Ltd., [1930s]. Pp. [45 plates]. Oblong 8vo, stapled brown card covers, lettered in black. Image captions : The Nova Scotian, Halifax, N.S.; Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Nova Scotia; Looking Seawards in Jumping Brook Valley, Cape Breton Highlands, National Park; Parliament Buildings Fredericton. New Brunswick; "A"- Bridges over Reversing Falls Saint John, New Brunswick; "B"- River and Tide Level at Stack Tide; "C"- Reversing Falls at High Tide; "D"- Falls at Low Tide; Queen St. Looking North, Charlcittetown, Prince Edward Island; This is the old Anne of Green Gables Home, showing "The Whispering Trees.' ; Tadoussac from Point Rouge; Chateau Frontenac showing Lower Town, Quebec; General View of Quebec City; Quebec Bridge Spanning the St. Lawrence River; Shawinigan Falls, P.Q.; C.N.R. Central Station, Montreal; Montreal from the Mountain; St. Joseph's Shrine, Montreal; Ottawa Canada showing the Canadian Houses of Parliament; The Thousand Island International Bridge showing Canadian Section; Down Town Business Section, Toronto; Provincial Parliament Buildings, Toronto; Central Section of Toronto Waterfront; Casa Loma, Toronto; City Hall, Toronto; "A"—Dunburn Castle and Museum, Hamilton; "B"—King Street East, Hamilton; "C" - Rock Garden, Hamilton; "D" - Hamilton Canada from the Mountain; "A"—Winter View of Niagara Falls; "B"—Horseshoe Falls, Canada; "C"—Aerial View of Niagara Falls; "D" - Spanish Aero Car over Niagara Gorge; Niagara Falls Canada showing Oakes Gardens; S.S. Northumberland in Welland Ship Canal; C.N.R. Station, London, Ontario; Peninsula Lake. Ontario; "A" - Ambassador Bridgem Windsor; "B" - Tunnel Busses in Detroit-Windsor Tunnel; "C" - Detroit Waterfront from Windsor, Canada; C.N.R. Station, Winnipeg, Manitoba; "A" - Fort Garry Hotel, Winnipeg; "B" - Grand Staircase, Parliament Buildings, Winnipeg; "C"- Old Fort Garry Gate, Winnipeg; "D" - Corner Portage Ave. and Main Street ; Wheat Fields in Western Canada; Parliament Buildings, Regina, Saskatchewan; Bessborough Hotel, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Second Avenue, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; The Macdonald, Edmonton, Alberta; Jasper Ave., Edmonton, Alberta; Jasper Park Lodge, Jasper National Park, Alberta; Vancouver Waterfront; Brockton Point, Stanley Park. Vancouver, B.C.; Aerial View of Vancouver, British Columbia; Fraser River near Mt. Robson, B.C.; Inner Harbour, Victoria, Br.tish Columbia. Spine torn, surface tear to back cover, else very good.40.00

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165 Canada – Senate – Special Committee Report and Proceedings of the Special Committee on Tourist Traffic. The Honourable W.H. Dennis, Chairman.
J.O. Patenaude, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, Ottawa, 1934, 1934 
(Canada – Senate – Special Committee). Report and Proceedings of the Special Committee on Tourist Traffic. The Honourable W.H. Dennis, Chairman. Ottawa : J.O. Patenaude, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, 1934. First Edition. Pp (4),v-xiv,1-283,(3). 8vo, printed blue wrappers.

"As a result of its survey and investigation, and the unanimity of the evidence and submissions received, your Committee has come definitely to these conclusions: -
1. That the Tourist Trade of Canada is capable of great expansion.
2. That this is a matter of national concern, in the interests of the Dominion as a whole.
3. That there is need for the establishment, at as early a date as possible, of a central organization at Ottawa to co-ordinate the activities of the multitude of toursit agencies.public and private, throughout the Provinces, as well as the work of those Federal departments and services interested in the promotion of tourist travel within and to Canada." pp.viii-ix.

William Henry Dennis (March 31, 1887 – January 18, 1954) was a Conservative and Progressive Conservative party member of the Senate of Canada. He was born in Colchester County, Nova Scotia and became a printer and publisher of the Halifax Herald.

Includes :
"Brief from Mr. S.E. Wharton, General Passenger Agent, Clarke Steamship Company Limited, Montreal";
"Brief from Mr. Stuart McCawley, Glace Bay, N.S. : Salt Water Angling in Maritime Waters as a Tourist Attraction" (p.224);
"Native Canadian Arts and Handicrafts and Their Relation to the Tourist Trade" (p..243-246) - by Mr. H.E.M. Chisholm, with an added section on French Canadian Handicrafts; Brief from Canadian Automobile Association;
"Brief from Land of Evangeline Tourist Association" presented by John A.C. Lewis on behalf of this Annapolis Valley organization;
"Brief from Mr. T.G. Hopkins of Glace Bay, N.S.";
"Brief from British Empire Reference Series";
"Brief from Provincial Bureau of Information and Publicity of British Columbia, Victoria, B.C." [including a section oddly entitled "Artificial Stimulants" on Annual festivals, competitions, &c];
"Tourist Industry: A Five-year Plan" by J.B. Harkin, Commissioner of National Parks;
"Brief Submitted to the Committee as an Expression of Views of a Tourist Traveller in the Maritime Provinces" [pp.280-281, well-written but unfortunately uncredited, e.g.: "The man in the Ford probably spends much less money than the man in the Rolls-Royce, but they are many more of them, and they cannot afford guides and outfitters. If it is considered desirable to make these alluring facilities available to him it must be where expensive club associations, guides and tips are not necessary. Izaak Walton was a poor man."]; "Brief from Vancouver Publicity Bureau";
various Canadian banks and hotel associations; &c.

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166 Canadian Archaeological Association Canadian Archaeological Association Bulletin Number 8, 1976
Canadian Archaeological Association, 1976, 
Canadian Archaeological Association. Canadian Archaeological Association Bulletin Number 8, 1976 . [N.pl.]: Canadian Archaeological Association, 1976.Pp. [i]-ii,1-181,(1). Illustrated. 4to, illustrated green card covers. Inc ludes: 1. Dawson's "The Nyman site. A seventeenth century Algonkian camp onthe north shore of Lake Superior", 2. Burns's "Appendix A: Faunal analysis of the Nyman site, (ClIf-11), 3. McGhee's "Parsimony isn't everything: an alternative view of Eskaleutian linguistics and prehistory", 4. Burley's "On the spatial analysis of a plowed site at Bartibog", 5. Simonesen's "Introduction to papers on archaeological resource management and conservation archaeology", 6. Byrne's "The resource question and rescue archaeology", 7. Heintzelman's "A technique for predicting archaeological resource distribution and density in Southeastern Manitoba: a case study in research, planningand design", 8. Charlton's "Cultural resource management and conservation archaeology in British Columbia: a case study", 9. Pokotylo's "Archaeological resource inventories: two case studies from the British Columbia interior plateau", 10. McCartney's "Conservation archaeolog in the Canadian Arctic". Light bumping to spine, name stamp, else vg. 30.00

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167 Canadian Art MILNE, David BUCHANAN, Donald W. JACKSON, A.Y. Canadian Art. Spring Number. Vol. 11. No. 3. Spring 1954
Canadian Art, Ottawa, 1954, 
(Canadian Art). Canadian Art. Spring Number. Vol. XI. No. 3. Spring 1954. Ottawa : Canadian Art, 1954. Pp (10),[83]-124. Illustrated. Large 8vo, illustrated grey stapled card covers. Contents : David Milne 1882-1953 – His Hand Could Do What He Wanted It To Do (by George Elliott); David Milne As I Knew Him (by Donald W. Buchanan); Canadian Art in Perspective (by Eric Newton); Enamels and Ceramics in Quebec (by Robert Ayre); The Sadowskis – Artistsand Craftsmen (by L.A.C. Panton); The Design Centre – The First Year (by H umphrey Carver); Design on the Sleeve (by Charles Fainmel); New Directions in British Columbia Pottery (by René Boux); William J. Wood 1877-1954 (by A.Y. Jackson); and more. Cover Design by Krystyna Sadowska. Wrinkling to bottom edge throughout, rubbed, else good. As is. 15.00

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168 Canadian Art SHADBOLT, Doris COMFORT, Charles LEWIS, Hunter Canadian Art. British Columbia and Alberta Special Number. Vol. 5. No. 1. Autumn, 1947
Canadian Art, Ottawa, 1947, 
(Canadian Art). Canadian Art. British Columbia and Alberta Special Number. Vol. V. No. 1. Autumn, 1947. Ottawa : Canadian Art, 1947. Pp (2),[1]-52. Illustrated. Large 8vo, illustrated brick red stapled card covers. Contents :Directions in British Columbia Painting: Regional Trends in West Coast Arc hitecture (by Fred Lasserre); The Art in Living Group (by Fred A. Amess); Our Relation to Primitive Art (by Doris Shadbolt); The Disappearing Totem Pole (by Hunter Lewis); Painter of an Intimate World (by Doris Shadbolt); TheTeaching of Drawing (by B.C. Binning); Painting for Pleasure; Wanted! Bett er Designs for Canadian Postage Stamps : 1. The Artist's Point of View (by Charles Comfort), 2. How to Obtain Good Designs (by Donald W. Buchanan); Community Art in Alberta (by H.G. Glyde); Heralding a New Group (by James W.G. Macdonald); Who Buys Contemporary Paintings (by J.D. Turner); and more. Cover art : Wooden Mask, Tsimshian, British Columbia. Rubbed, else very good. 25.00

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169 Canadian Art SHADBOLT, Jack RICHARDSON, E.P. NEWTON, Eric Canadian Art. Vol. 4. No. 1. November, 1946
Canadian Art, Ottawa, 1946, 
(Canadian Art). Canadian Art. Vol. IV. No. 1. November, 1946. Ottawa : Canadian Art, 1946. Pp (2),[1]-46. Illustrated. Large 8vo, illustrated pale blue stapled card covers. Contents : A Report on Art in British Columbia (by J.L. Shadbolt); Eric Brown: His Contribution to the National Gallery (by F. Maud Brown); The Arts of French Canada (by E.P. Richardson); An Artist withExercise Muskox (by Robert Bruce); Best Foot Forward in Mexico; The Massey Collection (by Eric Newton); The Art Centre – A Flourishing Plant (by Nora h McCullough); Why Not Try Painting at Night? (by J.S. Walsh); The Planningof a National Capital (by Jacques Greber); and more. Cover art : Flying An gel, by Louis Jobin, woodcarving. Tears to spine, rubbed, penned name, elsegood. As is. 15.00

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170 Canadian Collector WOODCOCK, George DOWNS, Barry V. Canadian Collector. Vol. 11 / No. 3, May / June 1976.
Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, Toronto , 1976, 
(Canadian Collector). Canadian Collector. Vol. 11 / No. 3, May / June 1976.Toronto : Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts, 1976. Pp [1]-119,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. A special issue on British Columbia. Contents : British Columbia; Studying British Columbia – A Recent Burgeoning (by George Woodcock); The Indians of theNorthwest Coast (by Audrey Hawthorn); Discovering Totem Poles (by John & C arolyn Smyly); Cook at Nootka – the Engraved Record (by Douglas Cole); Preserving a Precious Heritage – the Totem Pole (by Philip R. Ward); Am Interview with Bill Reed (by Lynn Maranda & Robert D. Watt); Fort St. James (by Ken Favrholdt); The Royal Engineers in British Columbia (by Barry V. Downs); The Restoration of Historic Barkerville (by Alastair W. Kerr); The Architecture of Maclure and Rattenbury (by Martin Segger); Restoration of the Parliament Buildings (by Douglas Bogdanski); British Columbia Painters (by MariaTippett); A Chinese Herbalist in British Columbia (by John Adams); Artifac ts of Technology (by Jim Waldrop); Domestic Interiors (by Edmund and Garry Colchester); Two B.C. Samplers (by Robert D. Watt); Mediums of Exchange (byRobin Patterson); Restoring Victoria (by Les D. Mazer); Conserving Vancouv er (by Harold Kalman); Heraldic Stained Glass in Vancouver (by Robert D. Watt); Mission Churches (by Gary White & John Veillette); Maritime Legacy (byLeonard McCann); The Crystal Glass Company (by Alan & Dorothy Bradbeer); C hinese Decorative Art in British Columbia (by Colin Graham); Museums, Art Galleries and Historic Sites (by John Kyte). Wear to spine ends, crease, mailing label to front cover, else very good. 20.00

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171 Canadian Historic Sites) Canadian Historic Sites No. 26
National Parks and Sites, 1981, 
(Canadian Historic Sites). Canadian Historic Sites No. 26. (Ottawa: National Parks and Sites, 1981). Pp. 294. Double column. Illustrated. Square 8vo, white ill. card covers. Includes Grubstake to Grocery Store: Supplying the Klondike, 1897-1907 by Margaret Archibald; St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Lake Bennett, British Columbia by Margaret Carter; The Old Fort Point Site: Fort Wedderburnn II? by Karlis Karlkins and Analysis of Animal Remains from Old Fort Point Site, Northern Alberta by Anne Meachem Rick. From the series Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History. Some creasing to front cover, small tape residue to spine, else vg. 25.00

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172 Canadian Historical Association FISHER, Robin McCORMACK, A. Ross DREISZIGER, N.F. Canadian Historical Association : Historical Papers 1975 : A selection of the papers presented at the 1975 Annual Meeting held at Edmonton, Alberta.
Canadian Historical Association, Public Archives, Ottawa, 1975, 
(Canadian Historical Association). The Canadian Historical Association : Historical Papers 1975 : A selection of the papers presented at the 1975 Annual Meeting held at Edmonton, Alberta. Edited by Peter Gillis. (Ottawa : Canadian Historical Association, Public Archives, 1975). Pp (8),1-259,(3). 8vo, yellow printed card covers. Historical Papers : J. B. Conacher's Presidential Address “Graduate Studies in History in Canada: The Growth of DoctoralProgrammes” (pp 1–15); C. R. Friedrichs's “Marriage, Family and Social Str ucture in an Early Modern German Town” (pp 17–40); C. Morin's “Sens et portée du XVIIIe siècle en Amérique latine : le cas du Centre-Ouest mexicain” (pp 41–58); Timothy E. Anna's “An Essay on the Mexican Viceroys During the War of Independence: The Question of Legitimacy” (pp 59–78); Robin Fisher's “An Exercise in Futility: The Joint Commission on Indian Land in British Columbia, 1875-1880” (pp 79–94); R. Glover's “The Man Who Did Not Go To California” (pp 95–112); J. M. Colthart's “Edward Ellice and the Decision for Self-Government, 1839” (pp 113–133); Roland Michener's “Looking Back at Rideau Hall” (pp 135–146); G. Forbes's “The Colonial Encounter: The Ideas of Auguste Comte in Nineteenth Century Bengal” (pp 147–166); A. Ross McCormack's “The Industrial Workers of the World in Western Canada: 1905-1914” (pp 167–190); W. Van Nus's “The Fate of City Beautiful Thought in Canada, 1893-1930” (pp 191–210); N. F. Dreisziger's “The Canadian-American Irrigation Frontier Revisited: The International Origins of Irrigation in Southern Alberta, 1885-1909” (pp 211–229); P. R. De Luna's “Bureaucratic Opposition as a Factor in Truman’s Failure to Achieve a Columbia Valley Authority” (pp 231–256). Some papers in French, some in English. Very good. 25.00

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173 Canadian Historical Association HARVEY, D.C. WEBSTER, J.C. LANCTOT, Gustave Canadian Historical Association : Report of the Annual Meeting held in the City of Toronto, May 27-28, 1927. With Historical Papers.
Department of Public Archives, Ottawa, 1927, 
(Canadian Historical Association). The Canadian Historical Association : Report of the Annual Meeting held in the City of Toronto, May 27-28, 1927. With Historical Papers. Ottawa : Published by the Department of Public Archives, (1927). Pp [1]-117,(3). 8vo, brown printed card covers. A special issueon Confederation. Contents : George M. Wrong's “The Historian’s Problem : President’s Address” (pp 5–7); Lawrence J. Burpee's “Report of the Management Committee” (p. 8); “Account of the unveiling of the David Thompson Monument” (pp 9–16); C. N. Cochrane's “Report of the Secretary-Treasurer” (pp 17–19); Chester Martin's “Confederation and the West” (pp 20–28); N. A. Belcourt's “French Canada under Confederation” (pp 29–38); D. C. Harvey's “The Maritime Provinces and Confederation” (pp 39–45); Frank H. Underhill's “SomeAspects of Upper Canadian Radical Opinion in the Decade before Confederati on” (pp 46–61); Georges Robitaille's “La Confédération canadienne” (pp 62–66); F. W. Howay's “British Columbia’s Entry into Confederation” (pp 67–73);J. C. Webster's “Canadian Cultural Development” (pp 74–81); W. T. Waugh's “The Development of Imperial Relations” (pp 82–88); R. G. Trotter's “British Finance and Confederation” (pp 89–96); Gustave Lanctot's “Deux appréciations sommaires de la Confédération” (pp 97–101); “Some Historic and Pre-historic Sites in Canada” (pp 102-109). Some papers in French, some in English.Very good. 35.00

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174 Canadian Housing Design Council. Housing in Cities : Some examples of multiple housing recently built in Canada. Paperback.
Canadian Housing Design Council, Ottawa, 1964, 
Canadian Housing Design Council. Housing in Cities : Some examples of multiple housing recently built in Canada. (Ottawa : Canadian Housing Design Council, 1964). Pp. (1),2-43,(1). Illustrated with 72 black and white photos and several dozen floorplans. Large 8vo, stapled printed pale brown card covers with photo of Scarlett Road, Toronto, to rear, white and black lettering to front cover. Introduction by A. Hazeland. Of Nova Scotia interest: "Mulgrave Park, Halifax, Nova Scotia", pp. 14-15, with four photos, three floor-plans, and two other illustartions. Consultant architects: Leslie R. Fairn & Associates and J. Philip Dumeresq, both of Halifax. Other contents: "AnArchitect's Viewpoint" (Norbert Shcoenauer); "A Developer's Viewpoint" (Al ex J. Rubin); "The Willows, Pointe Claire, Province of Quebec"; "FlemingdonPark, Toronto, Ontario"; "Oakdale Manor, Toronto, Ontario"; "Don Valley Wo ods, Toronto, Ontario"; "Scarlettwood Court, Toronto, Ontario"; "Studio Court, Toronto, Ontario"; "Northbrook Town & Country, Toronto, Ontario"; "The Townhouse, Hamilton, Ontario"; "Centennial and Grant Sts., Winnipeg, Manitoba"; "Kelvin Grove Apartments, Calgary, Alberta": "Terrace Park, Red Deer, Alberta"; "Delbrook Gardens, North Vancouver, British Columbia"; "McLean Park, Vancouver, British Columbia"; "Some examples of multipl housing in other countries". Very good. 35.00

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175 Canadian Journal of Archaeology BELCHER, William R. PARK, Robert W. SCHULTING, Rick Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 18, 1994
Canadian Archaeological Association, 1994, 
(Canadian Journal of Archaeology). Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 18, 1994. Pp [1]-160. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 8vo, illustrated tan card covers. Articles : The Bradley Cemetery: A Moorehead Burial Tradition Site in Maine (by William R. Belcher, David Sanger, and Bruce J. Bourque, pp 3-28); Approaches to Dating the Thule Culture in the Eastern Arctic (by Robert W. Park, pp 29-48); Mammal Bone Ornaments and Sub-Adult Burials: A Possible Association in the Late Woodland Period of Manitoba (by C. Meiklejohn, A.P. Buchner and R.T. Callaghan, pp 49-56); The Hair of the Dog: The Identification of a Coast Salish Dog-Hair Blanket from Yale, British Columbia (by Rick Schulting, pp 57-76); A Never Ending Story: Historical Developments in Canadian Archaeology and the Quest for Federal Heritage Legislation (by David V. Bvurley, pp 77-98). Seected Dialogue of “A Never Ending Story” (by various authors, pp 99-142);; plus Book Reviews. Spine sunned, name, else very good. 20.00

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176 Canadian Journal of Archaeology BLACK, David W. PEGG, Brian BEATTIE, Owen Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 24, 2000 - Issues 1 and 2.
Canadian Archaeological Association, 2000, 
(Canadian Journal of Archaeology). Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 24, 2000 – Issues 1 and 2. Pp [1]-216. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 8vo, illustrated olive green card covers. Articles : Sechelt Zoomorphic Stone Bowl (by Ian R. Wilson, pp 7-16); Subsistence at the Irving-Johnson Village and the Question of Deer Tending by the Neutrals (by Frances L. Stewart and William D. Finlayson, pp 17-40); Archaeological Predictive Modelling in the Boreal Forest: No Easy Answers (by Scott Hamilton, pp 41-76); Dendrochronology, CNTs, and Nuu-chah-nulth history on the west coast of Vanmcouver Island (by Brian Pegg, pp 77-88); Rum Beachand the Susquehanna Tradition in the Quoddy Region, Charlotte County, New Brunswick (by David W. Black, pp 89-106); Wolf's lair: Middle and Late Holocene Artifacts From a Sea Cave on Baker Island, Southeast Alaska (by Madonna L. Moss and Jon M. Erlandson, pp 107-128); The Kwaday Dan Ts'inchi Discovery from a Glacier in British Columbia (by Owen Beattie, et al, pp 129-148); Warning – Steep Grade Ahead: Current Directions in Canadian Archaeology –papers of theCAA Plenary (compiled by Neal Farris, pp 149-200); plus Book Reviews. Very good to fine. 20.00

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177 Canadian Journal of Archaeology CALLAGHAN, Richard T. ROBERTSON, David A. SOUTHON, John Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 27, 2003 - Issue 1
Canadian Archaeological Association, 2003, 
(Canadian Journal of Archaeology). Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 27, 2003 – Issue 1. Pp [i]-iv,[1]-152. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 8vo, illustrated olive green card covers. Articles : The Archaeology of the Dunsmore Site: 15th -Century Community Transformations in Southern Ontario (by David A. Robertson and Ronald F. Williamson, pp 1-61); Regarding the American Paleolithic (by Eldon Yellowhorn, pp62-73). Research Notes : The Use of Simulation Models to Estimate Frequenc y and Location of Japanese Edo Period Wrecks Along the Canadian Pacific Coast (by Richard T. Callaghan, pp 74-94); A Post-Glacial Record of 14C Reservoir Ages for the British Columbia Coast (by John Southon and Daryl Fedge, pp 95-111); plus Book Reviews. Very good to fine. 15.00

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178 Canadian Journal of Archaeology CUNNINGHAM, Jerimy J. MOBLEY, Charles M. OWEN, J. Victor Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 25, 2001 - Issues 1 & 2
Canadian Archaeological Association, 2001, 
(Canadian Journal of Archaeology). Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 25, 2001 – Issues 1 & 2. Pp [i]-iv,[1]-186,(2). Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 8vo, illustrated olive green card covers. Articles : Ceramic Variation and Ethnic Holism: A Case Study from the “Younge-Early Ontario Iroquoian Border” in Southwestern Ontario (by Jerimy J. Cunningham, pp 1-27); Prehistoric Intertidal Fish Traps from Central Southeast Alaska (by Charles M. Mobley and W. Mark McCallum, pp 28-52); Cultural Continuity and Changing Subsistence Strategies During the Late Precontact Period in Southwestern Manitoba (by B.A. Nicholson and Scott Hamilton, pp 53-73); The Como-Hudson Factories (c. 1845-77): Results of Geochemical Analyses for Québec's First Known Glassworks (by J. Victor Owen,pp 74-97). Research Notes : Preliminary Results from Investigations at Kilgii Gwaay: AnEarly Holocene Archaeological Site on Ellen Island, Haida Gwaii, British C olumbia (by Daryl W. Fedge, Rebecca J. Wigen, Quentin Mackie, Cynthia Lake and Ian Sumopter, pp 98-120); The Birds of Summer: Lakeside Routes into Late Pleistocene New England (by Dena F. Dincauze and Victoria Jackson, pp 121-126). Commentary : A Comment on Methods for Identifying Quartzite Cobble Artifacts (by Jonathan C. Driver, pp 127-131); plus Book Reviews and CJA Style Guide. Very good to fine. 20.00

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179 Canadian Journal of Archaeology ERWIN, John C. BUDHWA, Rick ORCHARD, Trevor J. Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 29, 2005 - Issue 1
Canadian Archaeological Association, 2005, 
(Canadian Journal of Archaeology). Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 29, 2005 – Issue 1. Pp [i]-vi,[1]-151,(1).Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 8vo, illustrated olive green card covers . Articles : Causes of Tooklit Variation Among Hunter-Gatherers: A Test of Four Competing Hypotheses (by Mark Collard, Michael Kemery, and Samantha Banks, pp 1-19); An Alternative Model for First Nations Involvement in Resource Management Archaeology (by Rick Budhwa, pp 20-45). Research Notes : Formand Function of Projectile Points and the Trajectory of Newfoundland Prehi story (by John C. Erwin, Donald H. Holly Jr., Stephen H. Hull, and Timothy L. Rast, pp 46-67); Fish Weirs, Salmon productivity, and Village Settlementin an Upper Skeena River Tributary, British Columbia (by Paul Prince, pp 6 8-87); Multidimensional Scaling of Northwest Coast Faunal Assemblages: A case Study from Southern Haida Gwaii, British Columbia (by Trevor J. Orchard and Terence Clark, pp 88-112); An Arrow from the Tsitsutl Glacier, British Columbia (by Grant Keddie and Erle Nelson, pp 113-123); plus Book Reviews. Very good to fine. 15.00

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180 Canadian Journal of Archaeology FERRIS, Neal BURSEY, Jeffrey A OWEN, J. Victor Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 27, 2003 - Issue 2.
Canadian Archaeological Association, 2003, 
(Canadian Journal of Archaeology). Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 27, 2003 – Issue 2. Pp [i]-v,[154]-352. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 8vo, illustrated olive green card covers. Articles : Between Colonial and Indigenous Archaeologies: Legal and Extra-Legal Ownership of the Archaeological Past in North America (by Neal Ferris, pp 154-190); Discerning Storage and Structures at the Forster Site: A Princess Point Component in Southern Ontario (by Jeffrey A. Bursey, pp 191-233).Forum : Old Bones, New Reality: A Review of Issues and Guidelines Pertaini ng to Repatriation (by Margaret G. Hanna, pp 234-257). Research Reports : How Small is Too Small? Dorset Culture “Miniature” Harpoon Heads (by Robert W. Park and Pauline M. Mousseau, pp 258-272); Evidence of California-Area Abalone Shell in Haida Trade and Culture (by N.A. Sloan, pp 273-286); Geochemical Characterization of Alleged Mallorytown Glass (c. 1839-40) in the Royal Ontario Museum and Its Distinction from Contemporary Upstate New York Glassware (by J. Victor Owen, pp 287-308). Commentary : Rethinking Taxonomy on the Northern Plains: A Comment on Yellowhorn's “Regarding the American Paleolithic.” (by Jason D. Gillespie, pp 309-316); plus Book Reviews. Very good to fine. 15.00

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