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161 BRUCE, David and Gwen LISTER, eds. LISTER, Gwen EMKE, Ivan LAFLECHE, Paul Opportunities and Actions in the New Rural Economy
Advocate Printing, Pictou, NS, 2003, ISBN:0888281811 
BRUCE, David and Gwen LISTER, (eds.). Opportunities and Actions in the New Rural Economy . Papers presented at a conference held Oct. 26-29,2002 in Miramichi, NB. Edited by David Bruce and Gwen Lister. Pictou, NS: Advocate Printing, 2003. Pp. (6),i-iii,(1),1-116,(2). 8vo, white card covers with blank spine. Contents: 1. Bruce's "Moving Rural Communities to Opportunities and Actions in the New Rural Economy" (1-18); 2. Greg Halseth, Laura Rysesr, and Lana Sullivan's "Service Provision as Part of Resource Town Transition Planning: A Case from Northern British Columbia" (19-46); 3. Doug Ramsey's "Preservation and Promotion of Heritage in Westman: A Rural Tourism Examplein Manitoba" (47-66); 4. Ivan Emke's "Convergence in the Classroom: Using Communications Technology to Build Human Capital and Community Capacity" (67-96) [dealing with education in Newfoundland outport communities, with subsections on Burgeo, Trout River, Lark Harbour, and Port Saunders]; 5. Paul LaFleche's "Rebuilding your Economy After Losing Your Major Employer" (97-116) [dealing with the fallout from the closure of CFB Cornwallis in the Annapolis Valley]. Very good. 25.00

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162 BUCHAN, J.D. Mortgages of Ships : Marine Security in Canada
Butterworths, Toronto, 1986, ISBN:0409988316 
BUCHAN, J.D. Mortgages of Ships : Marine Security in Canada . Toronto: Butterworths, (1986). Pp. [i]-xxi,(1),[1]-237,(5). 8vo, maroon cloth with gilt lettering to front and spine. A volume on marine law and security by this member of the Bar of British Columbia. Contents: 1. Introduction, 2. Ships as Property, 3. Security Documentation, 4. Mortgagor: Rights and Obligations, 5. Mortgagee: Rights and Obligations, 6. Priorities, 7. Insurance, 8. Conflict of Laws. With numerous appendices. Vg. 125.00

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163 BUCK, Tim SALSBERG, J.A. ZLOTNIK, S. MLADY, I. National Affairs Monthly. Vol. 7, No. 7, July, 1950
National Committee of the Labor-Progressive Party, Toronto, 1950, 
BUCK, Tim (Chairman, Editorial Committee). National Affairs Monthly. Vol. VII, No. 7, July, 1950. Toronto : National Committee of the Labor-Progressive Party, 1950. Pp (1),2-63,(1), including covers. Double Column. 8vo, lightblue stapled wrappers. Contents : World Peace Petition : A New Stage In th e Fight Against War: A Letter from the National Executive to every LPP member (by Tim Buck, pp 3-9); Miracle of Warsaw (by Tim Buck, pp 10-15); The Defence of Democracy (by Charles Sims); Writers Must Write (by A. John Coyeau); Strengthen the Peace Fight (by Etienne Fajon); Brotherhhood of the Slavic Canadians (by I. Mlady); Winning the Youth for Peace (by Norman Penner); The Major Trade Union Issues (by J.A. Salsberg); Winning the New Generation(by P. Togliatti); The Gropwth of Monopoly in British Columbia (by S. Zlot nik); UN Statistsics Analuzed (by A. Kashkarov); and more. Some foxing and browning throughout, warped, corners chipped, a few tears, else good. 24.00

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164 BUCKLAND, F. M. [Frank Morgan] Ogopogo's Vigil : A History of Kelowna and District. First Edition
F. M. Bucxkland, Kelowna, B.C., 1948, 
BUCKLAND, F. M. [Frank Morgan]. Ogopogo's Vigil : A History of Kelowna and District. [Kelowna, B.C.: F. M. Bucxkland, June 1948]. First Edition. Pp (4),[1]-111 mimeographed leaves prnted one side only, + 9 leaves of maps and sketches. 4to, green paper covers, brown paper spine, untitled. "In weavinga tapestry on the loom of Kelowna's past, I am using history for warp, wit h folklore and old timers' tales for woof." (p. 1). Contents : 1. Discovery. 2. Fur Trade. 3. Mission. 4. Settlement. 5. Ranch Development. 6. Okanagan School. 7. Mail and Transportation./ 8. Boats and Railroads. 9. Town Development. 10. Commercial and Social. Spine chipped, covers smudged and creased, else very good, with a couple of penned corrections. A hard to find title. 60.00

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165 BURNHAM, Philip and Roy F. ELLEN (eds.) ELLEN, Roy F. (ed.) A.S.A. Monographs, 18) VAN LEYNSEELE, Pierre Social and Ecological Systems. in dj.
Academic Press, Inc., London, 1979, ISBN:0121460509 
BURNHAM, Philip and Roy F. ELLEN (eds.). Social and Ecological Systems . L.: Academic Press, Inc., (1979). Pp. 314. 8vo, black cloth with gilt lettering to spine. A.S.A. Monographs, Number 18. Of potential nautical interest: Pierre Van Leynseele's "Ecological Stability and Intensive Fish Production:The Case of the Libinza People of the Middle Ngiri (Zaire)" and Roy F. Ell en's "Sago Subsistence and the Trade in Spices: A Provisional Model of Ecological Succession and Imbalance in Moluccan History". Of Canadian interest:David Riches' "Ecological Variation on the Northwest Coast: Models for the Generation of Cognatic and Matrilineal Descent". Other anthropological wor ks by James J. Fox, David R. Harris, Nicolas Peterson, Alan Barnard, PhilipBurnham, Pierre Bonte, Paula Brown, Jonathan Friedman and Tim Ingold. Name stamp to fore-edge and ffep, else vg in nicked dj. 35.00

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166 BURNS, Flora Hamilton Beaver : A Magazine of the North, Outfit 294, Autumn 1963 OLSON, Sigurd F. LEITCH, Adelaide H.M.S. Herald in search of Franklin. An article in The Beaver : Magazine ofthe North, Autumn 1963, Outfit 294
Hudson's Bay Company, Winnipeg, 1963, 
BURNS, Flora Hamilton. “H.M.S. Herald in search of Franklin.” An article inThe Beaver : Magazine of the North, Autumn 1963, Outfit 294, pp 3-13, with 1 map & 11 plates. Winnipeg : Hudson's Bay Company, 1963. Pp [1]-58,(2) in cluding covers. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated white stapled card covers. Also : “Land of the Wendats” (by Adelaide Leitch); “Fond du Lac” (by Sigurd F. Olson); “Routes Through the Rockies” (by Irene M. Spry); “Kispiox Legend” (by Marion Woodside Hanna); “Farms of the Fur Traders” (by John Macfie); “The Vanishing Race of Edward Curtis” (by Ralph W. Andrews); “Estate at Ashcroft” (by L. Johanne Stemo). Very good. 15.00

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167 BUTLER, Robert Jade Coast : The Ecology of the North Pacific Ocean. pbk.
Key Porter Books, Toronto, 2003, ISBN:1552635139 
BUTLER, Robert. The Jade Coast : The Ecology of the North Pacific Ocean . (Toronto): Key Porter Books, (2003). Pp. [1]-176. Illustrated. Large 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. A survey of coastal life along the North American Pacific coastline. Vg. 20.00

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168 BUXTON, Judith Mercury Series History Division Paper No. 30 Selected Canadian Spinning Wheels in Perspective : An Analytical Approach. Reprint.
Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, QC, 1992, ISBN:0660140004 
BUXTON, Judith. Selected Canadian Spinning Wheels in Perspective : An Analytical Approach. (Hull, QC) : Canadian Museum of Civilization, (1992). Reprint. Pp (4),i-viii,1-328.Illustrated with drawings and some b&w photos. Large 8vo (8½ x 11 inches), photo-illustrated salmon yellow card covers. Mercury Series History Division Paper No. 30. "This report arose from a desire topursue an investigation of the processes and artifacts of spinning in Cana da which would be independent of and not ancillary to a study on weaving. Preliminary research demonstrated that considerable handspinning in Canada was devoted to alternate pursuits, particularly knitting but also hooking and other textile crafts. This was especially true for regions such as Newfoundland, the Prairie Provinces, and British Columbia. In addition, native spinning was a critical undertaking not only to provide threads for weaving but also for net-making, cordage, line, various fastenings, and some types of basket-making. All of this seemed to indicate that in order to be fully appreciated and understood handspinning, as a subject for study, had to be regarded as a craft and/or industry on its own." - from the preface. Contents : I. An Introduction to Spinning. A. The Spinning Process. B. Spindles. II. Spinning Wheel Analysis. A. Adding a Wheel: The Drive System, Pulley Systems, Gear Systems. B. Supplying the Energy, Hand-Turned Wheels, Treadle Wheels. C. Winding Up the Yarn, Intermittent Wind, Continuous Wind, Tensioning Devices. D. Style. III. A Survey of Selected Canadian Wheels. A. Toward aClassification of System of Wheels. B. Wheel Descriptions. C. Origins and Regional Variations. D. Manufacture of Canadian Wheels. E. Spinning in Canada. IV. Appendix : Auxiliary Equipment. With notes, glossary, and bibliography. Spine sunned, else very good. NOTE: Due to the weight of this volume, extra shipping charges may be necessary. 50.00

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169 CALISAL, S.M., D. McGREER, M. WALDON, and R. ROHLING. Model Testing Program for Fishing Vessel Hulls : 1988 Report
Mechanical Engineering Department, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 1989, 
CALISAL, S.M., D. McGREER, M. WALDON, and R. ROHLING. Model Testing Programfor Fishing Vessel Hulls : 1988 Report. [Vancouver] : Mechanical Engineeri ng Department, University of British Columbia, April 1989. Pp (4),1-69,(42)leaves, printed one side only. 4to, black comb-bound, printed tan card cov ers. Report ME NA 1 -1989. Contents : Drag Measurement for a Grid Type Keel Cooler. Wave Profile and Form Factor Experiments. Development of a Wave Slope Probe. Results from Stern Fairing Experiments. In marker to front cover “Doc #15 (115 pages)”, else very good. 25.00

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170 CALISAL, S.M., Dan McGREER, and Mustafa VAROGLU. Fishing Vessel Energy Analysis Program : Field Testing
Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 1988, 
CALISAL, S.M., Dan McGREER, and Mustafa VAROGLU. Fishing Vessel Energy Analysis Program : Field Testing. [Vancouver : Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of British Columbia], November 3, 1988. Pp (2),1-24 leaves, printed one side only. 4to, black comb-bound, printed tan card covers. In marker on front cover “Doc #8 (30 pages)”, else very good. 20.00

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171 CALISAL, S.M., Dan McGREER, Gerry ROHLING, and Wayne SHEN. UBC FISH Computer Based Fishing Vessel Analysis for Improved Fuel Economy and More Efficient Operation
Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 0, 
CALISAL, S.M., Dan McGREER, Gerry ROHLING, and Wayne SHEN. UBC FISH Computer Based Fishing Vessel Analysis for Improved Fuel Economy and More Efficient Operation. (Vancouver : Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of British Columbia, n.d.) Pp (137) leaves, printed one side only. 4to, black comb-bound, printed tan card covers. In marker to front cover “Doc #17 (158 pages)”, else very good. 25.00

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172 CALKIN, John B. History of the Dominion of Canada.
A. & W. Mackinlay, Halifax, N.S, 1898, 
CALKIN, John B. A History of the Dominion of Canada. Halifax, N.S. : A. & W. Mackinlay, 1898. Pp [i]-xvi,[1]-448, colour frontispiece of Canadian Flag. Illustrated. Maps. Index. 8vo, reddish-brown pressed cloth. A volume in the Nova Scotia School Series. John Burgess Calkin (b. November 16, 1829, Cornwallis, N.S - d. September 17, 1918, Truro, N.S.) educator, author and the principal of the Normal School, Truro, N.S. Chapters : 1. Introduction; 2. The Discovery of America; 3. Early Explorers; 4. First Chapter in the History of Acadie; 5. Canada under Champlain; 6. The Rule of the Hundred Associates; 7. Royal Government; 8. Canada under Frontenac; 9. Border Warfare between French and English; 10. Queen Anne's War; 11. The Struggle Continued;12. Settlement of Halifax; 13. The Year 1755; 14. The Seven Years' War; 15 . The End of French Rule in America; 16. Laying New Foundations; 17. The American Revolution; 18. The United Empire Loyalists; 19. The Beginning of Parliamentary Government; 20. The War of 1812; 21. Progress and Agitation ; 22. British Fur Traders in the North; 23. Agitation for Reform in Canada; 24. Agitation for Reform in the Maritime Provinces; 25. Rebellion; 26. Responsible Government; 27. Old questions Settled and New Schemes Proposed; 28. The Maritime Provinces under Responsible Government; 29. British Columbia; 30. Confederation; 31. The Dominion Organized and Extended; 32. The Mackenzie Administration; 33. The Dominion Consolidated ; 34. Recent Events; 35. The Provinces since Confederation; 36. The Government of Canada. With index. Wear to spine and corners, bubbling to cloth, penned name, a few pencil marks and smudges, else good. 35.00

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173 CAMERON, Anne Earth Witch
Harbour Publishing, 1982, 
CAMERON, Anne. Earth Witch. (Madeira Park, BC): Harbour Publishing, 1982. Pp 51. 8vo, card covers. Very slightly cocked, else vg. 15.00

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174 CAMERON, Silver Donald Seasons in the Rain. pbk
McClelland & Stewart, 1978, 
CAMERON, Silver Donald. Seasons in the Rain : An Expatriate's Notes on British Columbia. Tor.: McClelland and Stewart, n.d. (copyright 1978). Pp (6),7-208. 8vo, trade paperback. Spadoni and Donnelly 2944. "Silver Donald Cameron comes out of the east (where he lives) to write about the west (where he grew up) [...]" - from r.cover. Vg. 7.50

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175 CAMERON, Silver Donald Seasons in the Rain. pbk. signed
McClelland & Stewart, 1978, 
CAMERON, Silver Donald. Seasons in the Rain : An Expatriate's Notes on British Columbia. Tor.: McClelland and Stewart, n.d. (copyright 1978). Pp (6),7-208. 8vo, trade paperback. "Silver Donald Cameron comes out of the east (where he lives) to write about the west (where he grew up) [...]" - from r.cover. Vg. Signed by the author. 15.00

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176 CAMPBELL, Colin S. CATER, John POLLARD, Nahanni Canadian Policing. First Edition, Signed
Oxford University Press, Don Mills, Ontario, 2017, ISBN:9780199018789 
CAMPBELL, Colin S., John CATER, and Nahanni POLLARD. Canadian Policing. (Don Mills, Ontario) : Oxford University Press, (2017). First Printing. Pp (4),[v]-xv,(1),[1]-320. Illustrated with some diagrams and b&w photos in the text. 8vo (7 by 9 inches), photo-illustrated blue cardcovers, with white & yellow lettering to spine. Colin S. Campbell (b. September 29, 1948). At thetime of publication Campbell was teaching at Douglas College, New Westmins ter, British Columbia, as was Pollard. Cater is with the RCMP. "Canadian Policing provides an accessiblel and comprehensive overview of the history, functions, processes, issues, and challenges of policing in Canada. iada. With a sharp focus on the realities of police work in the twenty-first century, this practical introduction thoroughly explores contemporary police workers' top concerns, including recruiting and training the best candidates, using discretion in the field, maintaining accountability, patrolling, investigating crimes, balancing the economics of policing, communication with the media, addressing threats to national security, and policing in a diversesociety. Written by experts with extensive experience in researching, teac hing, and working in policing, Canadian Policing offers invaluable insight and advice that will help students prepare for careers in law enforcement and related fields." - rear. "The impressive author team with experience from the field, research, and teaching, work together to examine the most up-to-date research and theories of policing as well as on-the-ground implementation to give students a well-rounded, realistic understanding of the job. Exciting and relevant examples, controversial topics, "Challenge Your Assumptions" and "Case Study" boxes, as well as end-of-chapter critical thinkingquestions, all encourage students to engage with the material as they lear n about the challenges and successes in Canadian policing. Canadian Policing is the most up-to-date, comprehensive, and relevant representation of policing fundamentals and what is happening in the industry for students." Part I. Background and Current Framework of Policing in Canada. 1. The Contextof Policing in Canada in the Twenty-first Century; 2. The Canadian Crimina l justice System -- An Overview. Part II. Becoming a Police Officer. 3. Recruitment and Training; 4. Ethics and Discretion; 5. Accountability and Oversight; 6. Performance Measurement. Part III. On the Job as an Officer. 7. Patrol; 8. Investigations; 9. Operational Support. Part IV. Current Trends and Challenges. 10. Economics of Policing; 11. Policing and Crime Prevention; 12. The Role of the Crime Analyst; 13. Police and Media Relations; 14. National Security Policing in a Post-9/11 (Risk) Society; 15. Policing and a Diverse Society. With glossary, references, and index. Very good, clean andtight. Signed, with inscription, by Campbell, on the title page. 35.00

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177 CAMPBELL, Wilfred and George BRYCE BRYCE, George Scotsman in Canada. 2 vols.
Musson, 1911, 
CAMPBELL, Wilfred and George BRYCE. The Scotsman in Canada. In Two Volumes.Tor.: Musson Book Company, [1911]. Pp (6),7-432; (6),7439,(1). 8vo, green cloth. Watters p.863, Peel 2200. Vol.I by Wilfred Campbell : Eastern Canada, including Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Quebec and Ontario. Vol.II by George Bryce : Western Canada, including Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, and portions of Rupert's Land and the Indian Territories. Cloth spotted, foxing to edges and first and last few leaves, else a good solid set. the set for 100.00

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178 Canaadian National - Grand Trunk Railway) Across Canada The National Way : Atlantic to Pacific
Canaadian National - Grand Trunk, 1924, 
(Canaadian National - Grand Trunk Railway). Across Canada "The National Way" : Atlantic to Pacific. [Toronto?] : Canaadian National - Grand Trunk, n.d. [1924?]. Pp (4),[3]-155,(3), frontispiece + 9 plates. 8vo, maroon leatherette, gilt lettering to front board and spine. Contents : Canada—Its Attractions and Resources. Atlantic to the Pacific—Transcontinental Service: Halifax to Truro; Truro to Sackville; Sackville to Moxcton; Moncton to Montreal; Montreal to Winnipeg; Quebec to Winnipeg; Toronto to Winnipeg via Port Arthur and Fort William; Toronto to Winnipeg via North Bay and Cochrane; Winnipeg to Vancouver. Sydney to Truro. Halifax to Yarmouth. St. John to Moncton. St. John to Quebec via Quebec Bridge. Moncton to Quebec via Quebec Bridge. Quebec to Montreal via North Shore. Montreal to Toronto via G. T. R. Ottawa to Toronto. Red Pass Junction to Prince Rupert. Province of Nova Scotia. Province of Prince Edward Island. Province of New Brunswick. Province of Quebec. Province of Ontario. Province of Manitoba. Province of Saskatchewan. Province of Alberta. Province of British Columbia. Slightly splayed, wearto spine ends and corners, gilt lettering partially rubbed off, else good. 75.00

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179 Canada - Senate - Special Committee McCAWLEY, Stuart 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, 
(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 tourist 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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180 Canada - Department of Regional Economic Expansion Regional Development Programs by Province. One of a series of staff papers prepared by the federal Department of Regional Economic Expansion as part of the regional development policy and program review. April, 1973.
Department of Regional Economic Expansion, Ottawa, 1973, 
(Canada – Department of Regional Economic Expansion). Regional Development Programs by Province. One of a series of staff papers prepared by the federal Department of Regional Economic Expansion as part of the regional development policy and program review. April, 1973. [Ottawa] : (Department of Regional Economic Expansion, 1973). Pp (4),[1]-[120]. Maps. 4to, tan printed card covers, black cloth tape spine. Contents : Newfoundland. Prince Edward island. Nova Scotia. New Brunswick. Quebec. Ontario. Manitoba. Saskatchewan. Alberta. British Columbia. Name, tear to top spine, else very good. 30.00

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