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161 KERR, Don and Anne SZUMIGALSKI, eds. Heading Out : The New Saskatchewan Poets. First Edition, Paperback.
Coteau Books, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, 1986, ISBN:0919926576 
KERR, Don and Anne SZUMIGALSKI, eds. Heading Out : The New Saskatchewan Poets. Edited by Don Kerr and Anne Szumigalski. (Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan) : Coteau Books, (1986). First Paperback Printing. Pp. (8),1-131,(5). 8vo, art-illustrated white card covers with purple and black lettering to front coverand spine. "'Heading Out' presents a striking collection of new voices in Saskatchewan poetry. Here are 38 poets who form no school, have no single style. Yet together they reveal a strong, diverse, and growing tradition. The poets of 'Heading Out' were chosen for their achievement and their promise. Some -- like Gerald Hill, Judith Krause, Geoffrey Ursell, and Dennis Gruending -- have published remarkable first books of poetry. Others are closing in fast on that goal -- Susan Andrews, Brett Balon, Kim Dales, and Paul Wilson -- to name only a few." - from the rear cover. Includes selections from: Susan Andrews, Brett Balon, Allan barr, Doris Bircham, Tillen Bruce, David Carpenter, Marilyn Cay, Ron Clark, Kim Dales, H.C. Dillow, Roger Francis, Martha Gould, Lee Gowan, Dennis Gruending, Walter Hildebrandt, Gerald Hill, Jean Hillabold, Doris Hillis, Rick Hillis, Lewis Horne, S. Jason Kessler, William J. Klebeck, Judith Krause, Brenda Niskala, Jennifer O'Connor, Elizabeth Philips, Thelma Poirier, Barbara Rendell, Bruce Rice, Brenda Riches, William B. Robertson, Elyse Yates St. George, Bryan Sentes, Mary Sheppard, J.L. Turner, Geoffrey Ursell, Joanne Weber, Paul Wilson. Very good. Due to its small size, shipping charges should be a bit cheaper than quoted. 15.00

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162 KERR, Illingworth CALLAHAN, Maggie FENTON, Terry, foreword] SNYDER, Gordon Harvest of the Spirit : Illingworth Kerr Retrospective : The Edmonton Art Gallery Premiere, March 2 - April 14, 1985
Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, 1985, ISBN:088950041x 
(KERR, Illingworth). Harvest of the Spirit : Illingworth Kerr Retrospective: The Edmonton Art Gallery Premiere, March 2 - April 14, 1985. Selection o f works: Linda Wedman and Gordon Snyder. Catalogue Essay and Exhibition Production: Maggie Callahan. [Foreword by Terry Fenton]. Edmonton: orgasnized and circulated by Edmonton Art Gallery, 1985. Pp. (2),1-62. Illustrated, some of which are in colour. Double column. Oblong 8vo, illustrated white card covers with blue titles to front and blank spine. Contents: Kerr's Youth;Ontario College of Art (1924-27); Back to the Prairies (1927-36); A Decade of Wandering (1936-46); Alberta Colllege of Art (1947-67); Kerr Today. Wit h fifty reproductions of Kerr's works. Very good. 20.00

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163 KESSELHEIM, Alan S Going Inside : A Couple's Journey of Renewal into the North.. in dj.
McClelland and Stewart, 1995, 
KESSELHEIM, Alan S. Going Inside : A Couple's Journey of Renewal into the North. (Toronto): McClelland and Stewart, (1995). Pp 282, [16] pp col. plates. 8vo, blue cloth. Cassell 1080. An account of a Canadian couple's canoe voyage from central Alberta to the Northwest Territories, following fur trade routes. The journey is described both in its physical and psychological aspects: adventure as therapy. Eschewing more conventional therapies, they seek to strengthen their relationship by paddling 2,000 miles from Grand Cache, Alberta to Baker Lake, NWT. Likewise disregarding the conventions of cruising books, it is the husband who appears bare-bottomed in the shower in the photo section, rather than the wife. Vg in dj. 20.00

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164 KING, Andrew Pen, Paper & Printing Ink. First Edition in dustjacket
Western Producer Prairie Books, Saskatoon, 1970, 
KING, Andrew. Pen, Paper & Printing Ink. [Saskatoon].: Western Producer Prairie Books, 1970. First Edition. Pp (6),1-234,+ 8 pp plates. 8vo, red cloth, lettered in black. Contents : In Retrospect; Childhood Days; Pioneer Printing; Apprenticeship; First Employers; w<*k and Play; Broadening Experiences; First Newspaper; Move To Saskatchewan; Changing Scene; Good Luck; MakingPrinting History; A Golden Era; Chautauquas; Local News Highlights; Chain Weeklies; Depression Years; Special Talents; Newspaper Influence; The Famous Four Sams; Press Associations; The Moosomin World-Spectator; Papers and Publishers; Move To Estevan; Personalities; Appendix. Penned name, else verygood in nicked dustjacket. 25.00

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165 KING, Carlyle Co-operative Commonwealth Federation Victory and Reconstruction, 3) What is Democratic Socialism?
Progressive Printers / Co-operative Commonwealth Federation / CCF, Ottawa, 1943, 
KING, Carlyle. What is Democratic Socialism?. (Ottawa: Co-operative Commonwealth Federation, 1943). "Printed by Progressive Printers, Ottawa". Pp. (2),3-31,(1). Small 8vo, stapled green & white card covers. Co-operative Commonwealth Federation Victory and Reconstruction Series number 3. Weinrich, Social Protest from the Left in Canada, 1870-1970.: A Bibliography 2566. An educational CCF pamphlet from the 1940s. "There are as many varieties of socialism as there are of Christianity. THe following pages attempt to describe the main principles of democratic socialism as these have been understoodin the nations of the British Commonwealth. [...] I began to write these p ages at the request of the Education Committee of the Co-operative Commonwealth Youth Movement, Saskatchewan Section, who wanted something brief and handy on socialism for CCYM members. I should like therefore to send the pamphlet forth with comradely greetings to the Youth Movement, and to inscribeit in particular to the young men and women of the Saskatchewan CCYM with whom I have worked happily for the last five years." - from the Foreword dated October 1943. "When you havr read this, send it Overseas to your relative or friend in the Armed Forces" - on back cover. Sections: I. Economic Aspects; II. Political Aspects; III. Social Aspects; IV. Ethical Aspects. Vertical creasing to front, edges spotted, name, else very good. 40.00

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166 KINSELLA, W.P SAPP, Allen. GONOR, Allan. SAPP, Allen. Two Spirits Soar: The Art of Allen Sapp. pbk.
Stoddart, 1990, ISBN:0773756094 
KINSELLA, W.P. Two Spirits Soar : The Art of Allen Sapp. The Inspiration ofAllan Gonor. (Toronto): Stoddart, (1990). Pp 134. Oblong 8vo, illustrated blue-grey card covers with french flaps. Extensive gift inscription to ffep, else vg. 25.00

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167 KLAR, Barabara Blue Field. signed. pbk.
Coteau Books, Regina, SK, 1999, ISBN:1550501488 
KLAR, Barabara. The Blue Field . (Regina, SK): Coteau Books, (1999). Pp. (8),[1]-76,(4). 8vo, illustrated dark card covers with pale blue spine. A collection of poems by the Saskatchewan-born author. Vg. Signed and inscribed by Klar on the title page. 15.00

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168 KLAR, Barbara Night You Called Me a Shadow. signed pbk.
Coteau Books, Regina, SK, 1993, ISBN:1550500546 
KLAR, Barbara. The Night You Called Me a Shadow . (Regina, SK: Coteau Books, 1993). Pp. (8),[1]-55,(1). 8vo, illustrated card covers with maroon spine. A collection of poems from the Saskatchewan writer. Vg. Signed and inscribed by Klar on the title page. 18.00

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169 KNAPTON, Richard W. Birds of the Gainsborough - Lyleton Region (Saskatchewan and Manitoba)
Saskatchewan Natural History Society, Regina, 1979, 
KNAPTON, Richard W. Birds of the Gainsborough - Lyleton Region (Saskatchewan and Manitoba). Special Publication No. 10. Regina : Saskatchewan Natural History Society, February 1979. Pp 1-72. 8vo, illustrated pale green stapled card covers, lettered in black. Very good. With correction slip laid in (p. 61). 20.00

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170 KOEPPEL, V. Geological Survey of Canada Paper 67-31. Age and History of the Uranium Mineralization of the Beaverlodge Area, Saskatchewan. (Report and 30 figures). Geological Survey of Canada Paper 67-31.
Geological Survey of Canada, Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, Ottawa , 1968, 
KOEPPEL, V. Age and History of the Uranium Mineralization of the Beaverlodge Area, Saskatchewan. (Report and 30 figures). Geological Survey of Canada Paper 67-31. Ottawa : Geological Survey of Canada, Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, (1968). Pp [i]-vii,(1),[1]-111,(1),+ 1 folding table in rear pocket. With text illustrations, tables, graphs. 8vo, printed olive green card covers. Spine sunned, circular inkstamp to front cover, else very good. 25.00

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171 KOHLMAN, Lori. Horses, Hockey & Haloes. Signed copy
Lori Kohlman, Macklin, Sask, 2008, ISBN:9780981082608 
KOHLMAN, Lori. Horses, Hockey & Haloes. (Macklin, Sask.: Lori Kohlman, 2008). Printed in Canada by Houghton Boston, Saskatoon. Pp (6),1-261,(5). 8vo, blue illustrated card covers. Samuel Duncan has taken just about all a man can take, but is there room for one more challenge in his life.. if it comes in the form of an old high school sweetheart? A struggling rancher, and asingle father left to raise an eight-year-old son with Autism, and a teena ge daughter, Sam has lost faith in everyone, including himself. Having pulled his son, J.J., out of school, he is determined to deal with things in his own way, until the new Special Education teacher sweeps into town. The last thing Eve Ashton needs in her life is a confrontation with Samuel Duncan, an old high school flame, but if it means getting J.J. Enrolled back in school, she knows she must. Having a soft spot for all children with specialneeds, Eve is determined to make a difference in J.J.'s life, but will ret urning to Prairie pass, Saskatchewan, dredge up too many memories? And willcoming face to face with Sam, once again, shake her resolve and threaten t o reveal the secret she's been protecting then and now?” - from the back cover. Very good. Signed by the author. 15.00

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172 KOVACS, Martin L. Canadian Plains Studies 8. KIRKCONNELL, Watson). DREISZIGER, N. Fred. Ethnic Canadians : Culture and Education. Paperback.
Canadian Plains Research Center, University of Regina., Regina, Saskatchewan., 1978, ISBN:0889770093 
KOVACS, Martin L. Ethnic Canadians : Culture and Education. (Regina, Saskatchewan): Canadian Plains Research Center, University of Regina, 1978. FirstPrinting. Pp. (10),[1]-495,(3). 8vo, map-illustrated yellow and white card covers, black lettering to front cover and spine. Canadian Plains Studies, number 8. L.G. Crossman, General Editor of Occasional Publications. Conten ts: I. Aspects of Ethnicity: 1. "The Nature of Indian Claims" (by Lloyd I. Barber); 2. "Native Involvement in Curriculum Development: The Native Teacher as a Cultural Broker" (by June D. Wyatt); 3. "Ethnics and Non-Ethnics: Facts and Fads in the Study of Intergroup Relations" (by Joseph R. Manyoni);4. "Ethnic Analysis in the Inercultural Context: Legends of the Calling Ri ver" (by Klaus Burmeister); 5. "Ethnic Analysis of Political Armour: Analytical Problems in the Canadian Mosaic" (by Patrick L. Baker); 6. "LinguisticTrends Among Saskatchewan Ethnic Groups" (by Alan B. Anderson); 7. "Watson Kirkconnell and the Cultural Credibility Gap Between Immigrants and the Na tive-born in Canada" (by N. Fred Dreisziger; pp. 87-96); 8. "From Ringsakerto Instow: A Norwegian Radical's Saskatchewan Odyssey" (by Jorgen Dahlie); 9. "The Beginnings of Ukrainian Scholarship in Canada" (by Victor O. Buyni ak); 10. "Aspects of Ukrainian Opinion in Manitoba During World War I" (by Nadia O.M. Kazymyra); 11. "The Resurgence of Cultural Pluralism and the Problem of the Nation-State: Lord Acton Revisited" (by Joel L. Novek). II. Ethnicity and Solidarity: 12. "Ukrainian Identity in Winnipeg" (by Leo Driedger); 13. "Ethnic Solidarity in the Esterhazy Area 1882-1940" (by Donald E. Willmott); 14. "To Be or Not To Be Indian: A Question Concerning Indian Cultural Identity in Whitehorse, Yukon" (by Carmen Lambert); 15. "The Changing Role of Ethnocultural Organizations in Saskatchewan: Case Studies with Statistical Data Cast in Historical Perspective" (by Zenon Pohorecky). III. Ethnicity and Education: 16. "The Relationship Between Ethnicity and Educational Aspirations of Post-Secondary Students in Toronto and Montreal" (by Ann B. Denis); 17. "The Education of Black Students in Montreal Schools: An Emerging Anglophone Problem, a Non-Existent Francophone Preoccupation" (by Michel Laferriere); 18. "Culture, Education and Ethnicity: A Case Study of theCanadian North" (by James S. Frideres); 19. "Ethnicity and Canadian Educat ion" (by John R. Mallea); 20. "Canadianization Through the Schools of the Prairie Provinces before World War I: The Attitudes and Aims of the English-Speaking Majority" (by Marilyn J. Barber); 21. "The Public School as a Guardian of Anglo-Saxon Traditions: The Saskatchewan Experience 1913-1918" (by Raymond J.A. Huel); 22. "Language Conflict and Schools in New Brunswick" (by Nanciellen C. Sealy; pp. 305-316); 23. "The Manitoba School Question: An Ethnic Interpretation" (by Cornelius J. Jaenen); 24. "The Hungarian School Question" (by Martin L. Kovacs); 25. "How to Teach a Ukrainian" (by SaveliaCurnisky); 26. "Ethnic Studies and the Saskatchewan Community College Syst em" (by Allan W. Walker). IV. Identity and Alienation: 27. "Spearhead Anchorages and Initiation of Networks, with Special Reference to the Portuguese Case" (by Grace M. Anderson); 28. "Social Adjustment Problems and Ethnic Group Membership" (by Arthur J. Cropley); 29. "South Slavs on a Northern Margin: The Frontier Experiences of Croatian Migrants during Canada's Great Depression" (by Anthony W. Rasporich); 30. ""Decline of the WASP? Dominant Group Identity in the Ethnic Plural Society" (by Linda Bell Deutschmann); 31. "The Canadian Identity and Multiculturalism: The Implications for Students at the Elementary Level" (by Marguerite Burke). V. Ethnic Researches: Resources and Methodology: 32. "An Oral Methodology for Ethnic Studies from the Junior Secondary to the Graduate School" (by Stanley H. Scott); 33. "The Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies" (by Manoly Lupul); 34. "Sources for Ethnic Studies in Historical Federal Government Records" (by Bryan E. Corbett); 35. "A Preliminary Guide to Sources for Ethnic Studies in the Archivesof Saskatchewan" (by the Saskatchewan Archives Board, Regina). VI. Ethnic Canadians: "Ethnic Canadians: Synoptic Comments" (by Martin L. Kovacs). Spine sunned, name, else very good. 30.00

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173 KURELEK, William ARNOLD, Abraham KURELEK, William Jewish Life in Canada. : Paintings & Commentaries by William Kurelek. A Historical Essay by Abraham Arnold. First Edition, First Printing in dustjacket
Hurtig Publishers, Edmonton , 1976, 1976 0888301073 / 9780888301079 
KURELEK, William and Abraham ARNOLD. Jewish Life in Canada : Paintings & Commentaries by William Kurelek. A Historical Essay by Abraham Arnold. Edmonton : Hurtig Publishers, 1976. First Edition, First Printing. Pp (6),7-91,(5). Oblong 8vo, mid-blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine.

William Kurelek, CM (b. March 3, 1927, Whitford, Alberta – d. November 3, 1977, Toronto) was a Canadian artist and writer.

Abraham J. Arnold, C.M., LL.D. (b.1923, Montreal - d. January 28, 2011, Winnipeg, Manitoba) historian and Jewish leader.

"One of the first Jews to set foot in Canada was a female, Esther Brandeau. Disguises as a boy, she arrived in Quebec in September of 1738 on the ship Saint Michael. After officials discovered her true identity and further discovered that she would not convert from Judaism to Catholicism, they promptly shipped her back to France. From this inhospitable beginning, Canadian Jews have grown to a population of two hundred and seventy-six thousand, a group whose unique contributions to Canada, both as a people and individually, are firmly acknowledged. Their remarkable story has found worthy expression in this collaboration between the artist, William Kurelek, and the historian, Abraham Arnold.

William Kurelek has rightly become one of Canada's most well loved artists and the paintings in this book are among his very finest. From the newly arrived immigrants waiting silently on a lonely Saskatchewan station platform, to the quiet expectancy of a family's Sabbath table; from the serenity of the day's routine on a Jewish dairy farm, to the hustle and bustle of Morosnick's market in Winnipeg, Kurelek, himself a non-Jew, gives us a visible and touching link with the Jewish heritage in Canada in these unforgettable paintings. His commentaries for each of the sixteen paintings in the series tell of the inspiration for and his special relationship to each subject.

Abraham Arnold's deft and lively essay on Jewish life in Canada provides the historic basis of the book. He focusses.on the continuation of the Jewish community in light of the European experience and its development in Canadian society. Arnold explores the myth of the 'jew pedlar'; the evolution of organized Jewish community life in all the major centres; the movements within Judaism from Orthodox to Reform and Conservative; the rabbi; the rise of Talmud Torahs and Peretz Schools; Canadian Jews and ZZionism; the government's closed-door policy to the desperate Jews of Nazi Germany.

Jewish Life in Canada is a remarkable story and a fine collaboration between artist and historian." - from the dj.

William Kurelek's Introduction;
Sixteen paintings with commentaries;
Abraham Arnold's Introduction;
Jewish Immigration;
Parnosse — Earning a Living;
Peddling to Politics;
Synagogue Development;
Education;
Community Organization;
The Jewish Community Today;
Notes.

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174 KURELEK, William ARNOLD, Abraham KURELEK, William Jewish Life in Canada. : Paintings & Commentaries by William Kurelek. A Historical Essay by Abraham Arnold. First Edition, First Printing in dustjacket
Hurtig Publishers, Edmonton , 1976, ISBN:0888301073 
KURELEK, William and Abraham ARNOLD. Jewish Life in Canada : Paintings & Commentaries by William Kurelek. A Historical Essay by Abraham Arnold. Edmonton : Hurtig Publishers, 1976. First Edition, Later Printing. Pp (6),7-91,(5). Oblong 8vo, mid-blue cloth spine, cream lettering to spine, matching thecream coloured boards. This printing has a different binding, has a higher price on the jacket, than the first, and has the publisher, the ISBN, and "Printed and bound in Canada" printed in white on the back panel of the jacket, uses a whiter, smoother paper stock for the pages, but appears otherwise the same. William Kurelek, CM (b. March 3, 1927, Whitford, Alberta – d. November 3, 1977, Toronto) was a Canadian artist and writer. Abraham J. Arnold, C.M., LL.D. (b.1923, Montreal - d. January 28, 2011, Winnipeg, Manitoba) historian and Jewish leader. "One of the first Jews to set foot in Canada was a female, Esther Brandeau. Disguises as a boy, she arrived in Quebec in September of 1738 on the ship Saint Michael. After officials discovered her true identity and further discovered that she would not convert from Judaism to Catholicism, they promptly shipped her back to France. From this inhospitable beginning, Canadian Jews have grown to a population of two hundred and seventy-six thousand, a group whose unique contributions to Canada,both as a people and individually, are firmly acknowledged. Their remarkab le story has found worthy expression in this collaboration between the artist, William Kurelek, and the historian, Abraham Arnold. William Kurelek hasrightly become one of Canada's most well loved artists and the paintings i n this book are among his very finest. From the newly arrived immigrants waiting silently on a lonely Saskatchewan station platform, to the quiet expectancy of a family's Sabbath table; from the serenity of the day's routine on a Jewish dairy farm, to the hustle and bustle of Morosnick's market in Winnipeg, Kurelek, himself a non-Jew, gives us a visible and touching link with the Jewish heritage in Canada in these unforgettable paintings. His commentaries for each of the sixteen paintings in the series tell of the inspiration for and his special relationship to each subject. Abraham Arnold's deft and lively essay on Jewish life in Canada provides the historic basis of the book. He focusses.on the continuation of the Jewish community in light of the European experience and its development in Canadian society. Arnold explores the myth of the 'jew pedlar'; the evolution of organized Jewish community life in all the major centres; the movements within Judaism from Orthodox to Reform and Conservative; the rabbi; the rise of Talmud Torahs and Peretz Schools; Canadian Jews and ZZionism; the government's closed-doorpolicy to the desperate Jews of Nazi Germany. Jewish Life in Canada is a r emarkable story and a fine collaboration between artist and historian." - from the dj. William Kurelek's Introduction; Sixteen paintings with commentaries; Abraham Arnold's Introduction; Jewish Immigration; Parnosse — Earninga Living; Peddling to Politics; Synagogue Development; Education; Communit y Organization; The Jewish Community Today; Notes. Very good in inclipped dustjacket. 25.00

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175 KURTZ, John and Monica Treasured Moments. First Printing in dustjacket
James Kurtz Memorial Foundation Inc., Regina, Saskatchewan, 1997, ISBN:1895292948 
KURTZ, John and Monica. Treasured Moments. (Regina, Saskatchewan : James Kurtz Memorial Foundation Inc., August 1997). First Printing. Pp (4),1-163,(1). Illustrated in colour. Double Column. Oblong 8vo, black cloth, gilt lettering to spine.

Contents :
Foreword;
Introduction;
Many Treasured Moments;
Artists;
One Person Can Make a Difference;
The Visual Arts in Regina (by Jim Kurtz);
Luther College;
Mackenzie Art Gallery;
Regina Symphony Orchestra;
Saskatchewan Indian Federated College;
Paintings and Sculpture.

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176 LACKENBAUER, P. Whitney, R. Scott SHEFFIELD, and Craig Leslie MANTLE. Aboriginal Peoples and Military Participation : Canadian and International Perspectives. Second Printing.
Canadian Defence Academy Press, Kingston, Ontario, 2007, ISBN:9780662459507 
LACKENBAUER, P. Whitney, R. Scott SHEFFIELD, and Craig Leslie MANTLE (eds.). Aboriginal Peoples and Military Participation : Canadian and International Perspectives. Edited by P. Whitney Lackenbauer, R. Scott Sheffield, and Craig Leslie Mantle. (Kingston, Ontario) : Canadian Defence Academy Press, (2007). Second Printing. Pp. (6),i-v,(1),1-326,(6). 8vo, photo-illustrated card covers with green spine, white and green lettering to front cover, white lettering to spine. "The CF prides itself on being a national institutionthat reflects and promotes the values of a diverse country. This includes Canada's Aboriginal peoples who have a proud history and tradition of military service extending from the colonial period, through the world wars, to contemporary operations. These historical and contemporary relationships are seldom explored beyond the narrow confines of our own national experience. Yet there have been, and continue to be, parallels in other indigenous populations with a strong record of military service. The chapters in this pioneering volume contribute to cross-cultural awareness by offering a critical, comparative approach to understanding Aboriginal peoples' military service in Canada and around the world." - from the rear cover. Contents: Part I: Canadian Perspectives: 1. "Aboriginal Identity, Leadership and Values inthe Profession of Arms" (Jaime Mishibinijima); 2. "'I'm on Home Ground Now . I'm Safe': Saskatchewan Aboriginal Veterans in the Immediate Postwar Years, 1945-1946" (Robert Alexander Innes); 3. "Canadian Aboriginal Veterans and the Veterans Charter after the Second World War" (R. Scott Sheffield); 4."Teaching Canada's Indigenous Sovereignty Soldiers ... and Vice Versa: 'Le ssons Learned' from Ranger Instructors" (P. Whitney Lackenbauer). Part II: International Perspectives: 5. "Strong Hearts: Native Service in the U.S. Armed Forces" (Tom Holm); 6. "Black Hawk: A Model for Today" (John Scott Cowan); 7. "North American Indian Code Talkers: Current Developments and Research" (William C. Meadows); 8. "Queensland's Aborigines in the FIrst Australian Imperial Force" (Rod Pratt); 9. "An Exercise in Maori Autonomy: The Rise and Demise of the Maori War Effort Organization" (Claudia Orange); 10. "The Gurkhas in the British Army: An Orgnizational Sketch" (Charles Kirke). With select bibliography and index. Very good. 30.00

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177 LANE, Patrick. House of Anansi Poetry HAP32). Beware the Months of Fire. First Edition, Paperback.
Anansi, Toronto, 1974, ISBN:0887840329 
LANE, Patrick. Beware the Months of Fire. Toronto: Anansi, (1974). First Paperback Printing. Pp. (12),1-100. 8vo, illustrated grey card covers with orange lettering to front cover and white spine. House of Anansi Poetry HAP 32. Includes the following poems: "The Bird", "You Learn", "My Father's House", "Because I Never Learned", "Act of the Apostles", "Last Night in Darkness", "Three Days After Crisis in Cuba", "Fireweed Seeds", "Legacies", "Gerald", "It Isn't Dying So", "Loving She Stood Apart", "Cold", "The Ten Years", "The Absinthe Drinker", "Saskatchewan", "The Dog", "Ten Miles From Horsefly", "The Water-Truck", "Bottle-Pickers", "Calgary City Jail", "On the Street", "Sam Sam the Candy Man", "On the Bum in Edmonton", "ñMy Friend", "Hastings Street Rooms", "Krestova Solitaire", "The Interior", "Treaty-Trip fromShulus Reservation", "Elephants", "For Simon Fraser", "Cattle Are Stupid", "Mountain Oysters", "The Black Filly", "Gary John", "Wild Horses", "Wild D ogs", "Thirty Below", "After", "Bunkhouse North", "The Dump", "For Rita In Asylum", "What Does Not Change", "Drinking Bad Whiskey", "Toronto the Ugly", "There Was a Woman Bending", "Natasha", "Testaments", "Spanish banks", "Gray Silk Twisting", "That There Should Be No Secret", "Tonight", "Poem for a Rich Girl", "The Revolution", "Her", "The Man", "The Cuzco Leper", "As ItIs With Birds and Bulls", "The Sun Has Begun to Eat the Mountain", "June", "July", "October", "The Bear Went Over the Mountain", "Cariboo Winter", "J anuary Cemetery -- Trumansberg, NY", "Similkameen Deer", "Who Is My Lover","Beware the Months of Fire, They Are Twelve and Contain a Year", "Passing Into Storm", and "O Reader You". Name to flyleaf, blindstamp to title page,four characters inked inside rear cover, else very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be a bit cheaper than quoted. 14.00

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178 LARSON, Doris Wall) TJALSMA, H.W. SPARLING, Mary, preface Wood Works
Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery, Halifax, 1979, 
(LARSON, Doris Wall). Wood Works. (Halifax : Mount Saint Vincent UniversityArt Gallery, 1979). Pp (6). Illustrated. Large 8vo, one sheet folded twice making six panels. Includes a brief preface by Mary Sparling, Director of the M.S.V.U. Art Gallery, and a poem by H.W. Tjalsma, along with ilustrations of some of Larson's wodcuts. Dooris Wall Larson was born in 1939 in Saskatchewan. Very good. 10.00

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179 LARSON, Margaret (ed.) From Basket to Bridge 1905-1980
Kyle Heritage Committee, Kyle. Sask., 1980, 
LARSON, Margaret (ed.). From Basket to Bridge 1905-1980. [Kyle, Sask.: KyleHeritage Committee, 1980]. Pp (1),i-iii,1-430,(2). Illustrated with over 6 80 b&w photos. Index. Double Column. 4to, maroon cloth, gilt to front boardand spine. Consists mostly of family histories of of the Kyle and White Be ar region along the South Saskatchewan River. Contents : Kyle; Stores; White Bear; South Saskatchewan River; Clearwater Lake; Organizations; Family Histories (pp.48-369); Schools; Churches; Cemeteries. With index. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES MAY BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSISDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Spine and edges slightly darkened, else very good, solid copy. 250.00

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180 LEMM, Richard Dancing in Asylum
Pottersfield Press, Porters Lake, 1982, ISBN:0919001068 
LEMM, Richard. Dancing in Asylum. (Porters Lake) : Pottersfield Press, 1982. Pp (4),5-64. 8vo, card covers. His first book of poetry. Lemm (b.1946) then lived in the Annapolis Valley. Includes: "In the Middle of Saskatchewan,CBC plays Bach", "The Great Bulldozer Chase", "Washelli Cemetery", "On Lov ing the Banker's Daughter", "I Should Have Fished with Herons", "Old Man ofthe Woods", "To an Old Socialist" and many others. Very good. 12.50

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