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181 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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182 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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183 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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184 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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185 CHILTON, Joanne and Jeanne RIPLEY Wings to Fly : Poetic Images, Inspiring Words
Om Studio, Glen Margaret, NS, 2008, ISBN:9780978481605 
CHILTON, Joanne and Jeanne RIPLEY. Wings to Fly : Poetic Images, Inspiring Words. (Glen Margaret, NS) : "An Om Studio Publication", (2008). First Edition. Pp (8),i-ii,1-101,(1). Illustrated. Oblong 8vo, illustrated white cardcovers, lettered in red and black. Contents : Don't Find Me; Seeing Differ ently; Celebration of Life; Finding Your Wings. "Joannie Chilton was born in Summerside, Prince Edward Island of Acadian heritage, and grew up in Springhill, Nova Scotia. Her creative spirit blossmed during quiet times alone exploring boxes of old photographs. Her gift. a small red box camera openedthe door to another world of creativity. [...] Jeanne Ripley was born and raised in Nova Scotia. She currently lives in Dartmouth, NS with her son, daughter and granddaughter. She has always loved language and began writing poems at the age of fifteen. Her work has appeared in several publications and poetry readings." (from the back cover). Very good. 20.00

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186 CHRISTIE-BOYLE, Fiona. Archaeological Reconnaissance of Ste. Anne's Point, Fredericton, York County, New Brunswick
Department of Tourism, Recreation and Heritage, Fredericton, 1986, 
CHRISTIE-BOYLE, Fiona. Archaeological Reconnaissance of Ste. Anne's Point, Fredericton, York County, New Brunswick . [Fredericton, NB]: Department of Tourism, Recreation and Heritage, (1986). Pp. (6),i-vi,1-127,(1). Illustrated. 4to, printed green card covers with black comb-bound spine. Manuscriptsin Archaeology, No. 12E. Very good. 30.00

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187 Church History - Néguac, NB) Album - Souvenir : Église Saint-Bernard, Néguac, N.-B.
1948, 
(Church History - Néguac, NB). Album - Souvenir : Église Saint-Bernard, Néguac, N.-B.. À l'occasion de la Fête de Saint Bernard (20 août 1948). N.pl.:n.p., (1948). Pp. 35. Illustrated. Text in French. 8vo, off-white ill. car d covers, red titles to front. Small bend to lower corner, light rubbing tothe edges, inkstamp and small numbered notation to ffep, else vg. 25.00

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188 CHUTE, A.C Acadia University. Records of the Graduates of Acadia University
Acadian Print, 1926, 
CHUTE, A.C. Records of the Graduates of Acadia University 1843-1926. Arranged by Classes. Revised and Enlarged by A.C. Chute of the Class of 1881. Wolfville: Acadian Print, 1926. Pp 296. 8vo, card covers. Outer hinges split at head and tail of spine, chipping to head and tail of spine, covers heavily rubbed, nicked, initial leaf bisected by horizontal tear, top edge dusty, else good. As is. 30.00

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189 Clare, Nova Scotia Acadian Shore / A la Baie Ste. Marie
0, 
(Clare, N.S.). The Acadian Shore / A la Baie Ste. Marie. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. [1980s?]. Pp (16) including covers. Illustrated. Map. 4to, illustrated blue and white stapled wrappers. A tourist guide to Clare, Nova Scotia. Back to back bilingual texts (French and English). Contents : The Acadian Shore.The Acadian Forest. On Saint Mary's Bay. Cover crease, else very good. 10. 00

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190 CLARK, Andrew Hill Acadia : The Geography of Early Nova Scotia to 1760. First Edition in dustjacket
1968, 
CLARK, Andrew Hill. Acadia : The Geography of Early Nova Scotia to 1760. Madison, Milwaukee and London : The University of Wisconsin Press, 1968. First Edition. Pp (6),vii-xx,(2),[3]-450,(2). Illustrated. Maps, tables. Map endpapers. 8vo, tan cloth with brown titles to spine. Tennyson 219, Tennyson:Cape Bretoniana 601. Contents: 1. Introduction; 2. The Endowment of Nature (The Forms of the Land, Climate, Vegetation, Soils); 3. The Micmac Indians : First Residents of Acadia (The People, The Economy, Other Elements of Material Culture); 4. Acadia to 1670 (The Extent of Acadia, Beginnings in 1632, French Settlement and Nominal French Control, The Settlements, The English Interregnum); 5. The Acadian Expansion, 1670-1710 (A Crown Colony: The Acadian Sector of New France, Population Growth and Location, The Settlements, The Economy); 6. Acadian Nova Scotia, 1710-1748 (Sovereignty, Government and the Course of Events, The Tenure of the Land, The Growth and Distribution of Population, The Individual Settlements, The Economy); 7. Cape Breton Island to 1758 (The Course of Events, Population and Settlement, The Island's Economy); 8. Mid-Century Transitions (The Course of Events, Population Numbers and Distribution, Economic Activity, The Removal of the Acadians, The Return of the Acadians, Preparation for the New England Immigration); 9. Conclusion. With bibliography and index. Previous owner's name, else vg in lightly chipped, spine sunned dustjacket. 125.00

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191 CLARKE, George Elliott Execution Poems : The Black Acadian Tragedy of George and Rue. Third Printing, Signed.
Gaspereau Press, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, 2001, ISBN:1894031482 
CLARKE, George Elliott. Execution Poems : The Black Acadian Tragedy of "George and Rue". (Wolfville, Nova Scotia): Gaspereau Press, 2001. Third Printing. Pp. (6),7-44,(4). 8vo, black card covers, pressed lettering to front cover, blank spine, paper wraparound band to rear cover, French flaps. Winnerof the 2001 Governor General's Award for English-language poetry. "In July 1949, George and Rufus Hamilton were hanged for the murder of a Fredericto n, New Brunswick, taxi driver. These poems, written by their cousin, reimagine their story, reminding us of racism, poverty, and their brutal, tragic results." - from the rear wraparound band. Very good. Signed and inscribed by Clarke on the title page. 25.00

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192 CLARKE, George Elliott Execution Poems. 6th pr.
Gaspereau Press, Wolfville, NS, 2001, ISBN:1894031482 
CLARKE, George Elliott. Execution Poems : The Black Acadian Tragedy of "George and Rue". (Wolfville, NS): Gaspereau Press, 2001. Sixth Printing. Pp. (4),5-44,(4). 8vo, black card covers, vertical printed wrapper to rear cover. "In July 1949, George and Rufus Hamilton were hanged for the murder of a Fredericton, New Brunswick, taxi drier. These poems, written by their cousin, reimagine their story, reminding us of racism, poverty, and their brutal, tragic results." - from the rear wraparound band. Gift inscription inked to half-title, else very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs shouldbe cheaper than quoted. 15.00

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193 CLARKE, George Frederick Expulsion of the Acadians : The True Story (Documented).. 2nd edition
Brunswick Press, Fredericton, 1965, 
CLARKE, George Frederick. Expulsion of the Acadians : The True Story (Documented). Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada : Brunswick Press, (1965). Second Edition, Revised. Pp (2),3-31,(1). 8vo, cream-yellow stapled photo-illustrated cardcovers. Watters p.664, Laugher p.103. Sections : Some Previous History; Beauséjour; Hopson Is Governor; Colonel Charles Lawrence; Beauséjour; British Government Innocent. Name, else very good. 10.00

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194 CLARKE, George Frederick Return to Acadia : An Historical Romance of the Eighteenth Century in what was later to be New Brunswick. First Edition in dustjacket
Brunswick Press, Fredericton, 1952, 
CLARKE, George Frederick. Return to Acadia : An Historical Romance of the Eighteenth Century in what was later to be New Brunswick. Fredericton : Brunswick Press Limited, 1952. First Edition. Pp (4),252. 8vo, grey cloth. "There is strength in everything Frederick Clarke writes, although he invades many fields" - Thomas B. Costain, on dj flap. Fine in lightly chipped dustjacket. 30.00

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195 CLARKE, George Frederick Return to Acadia : An Historical Romance of the Eighteenth Century in what was later to be New Brunswick. First Edition in dustjacket, Signed
Brunswick Press, 1952, 
CLARKE, George Frederick. Return to Acadia : An Historical Romance of the Eighteenth Century in what was later to be New Brunswick. Fredericton : Brunswick Press Limited, 1952. First Edition. Pp (4),252. 8vo, grey cloth. "There is strength in everything Frederick Clarke writes, although he invades many fields" - Thomas B. Costain, on dj flap. Vg in dj. With a signed Clarkeinscription. 40.00

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196 CLARKE, George Frederick Too Small A World : The Story of Acadia. First Edition in dustjacket.
Brunswick Press, Fredericton, 1958, 
CLARKE, George Frederick. Too Small A World : The Story of Acadia. Fredericton : Brunswick Press, (1958). First Printing. Pp (12),1-423,(1). 8vo, bluecloth with gilt lettering to spine. Watters p.664, Laugher p.103, Rhodeniz er p.573. "Pierre du Guast, Sieur de Monts; Champlain, that splendid visionary the Baron de Poutrincourt, and the poet-lawyer-philosopher Marc Lescarbot, play their parts on the fascinating, dramatic and tragic stage of New France. The rivalry between the two lieutenant-governors of Acadia: Charles de la Tour and d'Aulnay Charnisay, and the gallant defence by Marie de la Tour of her husband's fort at the mouth of the Saint John, are more fully dealt with than in any previous work of this nature. Kings and Emperors, Jesuit and Recollect priests, stalk through the pages; the old Micmac Sagum Membeltou; the powerful Madockawando and the wily Taxous share the pages for good and ill... Bluff, honest, painstaking William Phips lifts the contents of a sunken Spanish treasure ship off the coast of Porto de la Plata, is knighted by James II of England, takes Port Royal, and attempts to recapture Quebec and its doughty governor, Count Frontenac... Governor Villebon's efforts to keep his Indian allies loyal to the French during 'King William's War' should be of vital interest to all those for whom the past has any appeal... Dr. Clarke not only gives a broad view of events in Acadia but, with rare poetic instinct for the natural beauties of what are now the Maritime Provinces, he paints world pictures as clearcut as a cameo." - from the dustjacket. Very good in nicked dustjacket. 50.00

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197 CLARKE, George Frederick Too Small A World. no dj. signed
Brunswick Press, 1958, 
CLARKE, George Frederick. Too Small A World : The Story of Acadia. Fredericton : Brunswick Press, (1958). Pp (12),1-423,(1). 8vo, blue cloth. Watters p.664, Laugher p.103, Rhodenizer p.573. Vg. Signed by the author. 40.00

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198 CLARKE, George Frederick). BOUDREAU, Ephrem Cahiers 07:1 d'ENTREMONT, Clarence J. PETTIPAS, Louis Benjamin) A la memoire de George Frederick Clarke
1976, 
(CLARKE, George Frederick). BOUDREAU, Ephrem. "A la mémoire de George Frederick Clarke, 1883-1974". An article in Les Cahiers of the Société Historique Acadienne Vol.7, No.1, Mars 1976. Moncton, N.-B. Printed by L'Impremerie Acadienne Ltd. Pp 20-26. 8vo, card covers. Also: Clarence J. d'Entremont's "La participation acadienne à la guerre d'indépendance américaine" and "Louis Benjamin Pettipas, premier acadien naturalisé américain, 1781"; Hector Belliveau's "Alphée Belliveau, 40 ans de vie française à Fredericton, 1880-1920: un témoignage"; and the document "Firmin Cier: Le déplacement d'un acadien de 1785 à 1803". Vg. 5.00

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199 CLEVER, Glenn, ed. with an intro. ROBERTS, Charles G.D., Sir). Reappraisals: Canadian Writers, 10. Sir Charles G.D. Roberts Symposium, April 22-24, 1983.
University of Ottawa Press, Ottawa, 1984, ISBN:0776643908 
(ROBERTS, Charles G.D., Sir). CLEVER, Glenn. The Sir Charles G.D. Roberts Symposium, April 22-24, 1983. Edited with an introduction by Glenn Clever. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1984. Pp. (8),[ix]-xiv,[1]-249,(1). 8vo,printed white card covers with grey and maroon lettering to front cover an d spine. Reappraisals: Canadian Writers, number 10. "This volume re-evaluates 'Canada's first man of letters,' Roiberts the poet and novelist; the romancer and translator; the critic and journalist; the historian. Charles G.D. Roberts, 'the father of Canadian Literature', is considered to be 'among the finer and more enduringly interesting writers of his generation,' and 'still a living presence in contemporary poetic consciousness.' His shortcomings are not ignored: 'Frye remakrs tersely that Roberts wrote no intellectualized poetry... because he had nothing intellectual in his mind'; 'Roberts' sense of his failure to develop as a poet may be characterized as a failure of vision...'. The fifteen essays range from an affirmation of Roberts'view 'that literature can express abiding truths; indeed, that truth is ac cessible, determinable, communicable,' to the relativistic approach of Foucault's assertion that the 'author' Charles G.D. Roberts does not exist and there is no coherent identifiable truth permeating his work." -from the rear cover. Contents: John Coldwell Adams's "Roberts, Lampman, and Edmund Collins"; Laurel Boone's "Organizing Bohemia: the Letters of Charles G.D. Roberts"; Fred Cogswell's "The Classical Poetry of Sir Charles G.D. Roberts"; Tracy Ware's "Charles G.D. Roberts and the Elegaic Tradition"; D.M.R. Bentley's "Half Passion and Half Prayer: the New York Nocturnes"; Don Conway's "Roberts and Modernism: the Achievement of 'The Squatter'"; Les McLeod's "Matter into Matter: Evolutionary Idealism in Robersts' 'The Iceberg'"; Robert Alan Burns's "Wide-Eyed in the Void: the Failure of Vision in the Poetry of Charles G.D. Roberts"; Elizabeth Waterston's "Roberts, Parker, and the Usesof History"; William Owen's "Vision and Revision in Roberts' Acadian Roman ces"; Terry Whalen's "Roberts and the Tradition of American Naturalism"; R.D. Mathews's "The Roman de la terre and the Novel of the Land: Charles G.D.Roberts at Work in a Major Canadian Literary Genre"; Michael Hornyansky's "Roberts for Children"; L.R. Early's "Roberts as Critic"; Ed Jewinski's "Michel Foucault, the Author Charles G.D. Roberts, and Some Post-StructuralistImplications for Canadian Criticism"; and "The Achievement of CHarles G.D. Roberts: An Assessment Panel". Previous owner's name inked to flyleaf, fiv e characters inked inside rear cover, else very good. 20.00

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200 COGSWELL, Fred and Jo-Anne ELDER (eds.) ELDER, Jo-Anne BOUDREAU, Raoul, intro. Unfinished Dreams : Contemporary Poetry of Acadie
Goose Lane, Fredericton, 1990, ISBN:0864921322 
COGSWELL, Fred and Jo-Anne ELDER, (trans. / eds.). Unfinished Dreams : Contemporary Poetry of Acadie. With an Introduction by Raoul Boudreau. (Fredericton) : Goose Lane Editions, (1990). Pp [i]xxvii,(1),29-172,(4). 8vo, card covers. Poets of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. English translations of poems by Guy Arsenault, Georges Bourgeois, Huguette Bourgeois, Herménégilde Chiasson, Anne Cloutier, Clarence Comeau, Louis Comeau,France Daigle, Ronald Després, Rose Després, Daniel Dugas, Calixte Duguay, Gérard Étienne, Léonard Forest, Melvin Gallant, Ulysse Landry, Jeannine La ndry-Thériault, Gérald LeBlanc, Monique LeBlanc, Raymond Guy LeBlanc, Huguette Légaré, Dyane Léger, Henri-Domonique Parate, Robert Pichette, Martin Pitre, Maurice Raymond, Rino Morin Rossignol, Albert Roy, Roseann Runte, and Roméo Savoie. Very good. 15.00

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