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181 Canadian Congress for Learning Opportunities for Women) Groups Dynamic : A Collection of Nova Scotia Her-Stories
Canadian Congress for Learning Opportunities for Women, Antigonish?, 1990, ISBN:0921283075 
(Canadian Congress for Learning Opportunities for Women). Groups Dynamic : A Collection of Nova Scotia Her-Stories. [Antigonish?] : Canadian Congress for Learning Opportunities for Women, (1990). Pp (1),ii-v,(1),1-50. Illustrated. 4to, illustrated grey stapled card covers, lettrered in black. Contents : A Circle ot Voices; A Woman's Place; Abortion Information and ReferralService (AIRS); Ad Hoc Women's Film Group; Antigonish Women's Resoure Cent re; Antigonish CIBC Women Tellers' Strike; Art Networking in Nova Scotia; Association des Acadiennes de la Nouvelle-Ecosse; Atlantic Provinces Political Lesbians for Example (APPLE); Black Professional Women's Group; Black Wome's Network; Canadian Abortion Rights Action League/Halifax (CARAL); Canadian Congress for Learning Opportunities for Women (CCLOW); Canadian Research Institute tor the Advancement of Women (CRIAW); Cape Breton Transition House; Christian Women of Faith; Colchester Women's Resource Association (CWRA); Congress of Black Women-—Halifax/Dartmouth Chapter; Eastern Shore Learning Opportunities for Women (ESLOW) and Lea Place; Elizabeth Fry (Unison) Society of Cape Breton; Elizabeth Fry Society of Halifax/Dartmouth; Four theMoment; Other Groups in the Continuing Story; Guysborough Learning Opportu nities for Women (GLOW); Halifax's First Women's Liberation Group; Halifax-Jamaca Exchange; International Women's Day - Halifax; Juniper House; Leeside Society; Lifesize Women and Film Series; Local Council of Women; Low Income Network Committee (LINC); Lunenburg County Women's Group (LCWG); Midwifery Coalition of Nova Scotia; Mothers United for Metro Shelter (MUMS); NeverAgain Affinity Group (NAAGS); Nova Scotia Childbirth Education Committee; Nova acotia Native Women's Association; Pandora; Pictou County Women's Centre; Rape Relief; Reclaim the Night / Take Back the Night; Reel Life; SecondStory Women s Centre; Stepping Stone; Third Place; Trtansiton Houses, Intr oduction; Unison Halifax; Voice of Women, Nova Scotia (VOW); Women Against Violence Against Women (WAVAW); Women and Video Exnloration (WAVE); Women Aware; Women In/Of the Arts; Women Unlimited ; Women s Action Coaliton of Nova Scotia (WACNS); Women's Art Group; Women's Bureau; Women's Health Education Network (WHEN); Women's Housing Cooperative; Women's Information, Resource and Relerral Service (WIRRS); Women's Initiative for Liberated Lives (WILL). Very good. 20.00

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182 Canadian Ethnic Studies). BEATON, Elizabeth. RALSTON, Helen. BASSLER, Gerhard P. Canadian Ethnic Studies / Études Ethniques au Canada. Vol. 20, No. 3, 1988.Special Issue : Atlantic Canada.
Research Centre for Canadian Ethnic Studies, University of Calgary, Calgary , 1988, 
(Canadian Ethnic Studies). Canadian Ethnic Studies / Études Ethniques au Canada. Vol. XX, No. 3, 1988. Special Issue : Atlantic Canada. (Calgary : Research Centre for Canadian Ethnic Studies, University of Calgary, 1988. Pp (2),[1]-272,(14). 8vo, illustrated pink and green card covers, white spine. Contents : Introduction: Ethnicity in Atlantic Canada (by Nancy W, Jabbra, pp 1-5); Ethnicity in Atlantic Canada: A Survey (by Nancy W. Jabbra and Ronald L. Cosper, pp 6-27); The Immigrant Experience in Halifax, 1881-1931 (byD. Owen Carrigan, pp 28-41); The Enemy Alien Experience in Newfoundland 19 14-1918 (by Gerhard P. Bassler, pp 42-62); Ethnicity, Class and Gender Among South Asian Women in Metro Halifax: An Exploratory Study (by Helen Ralston, pp 63-83); Women in the Greek Community of Nova Scotia (by Geraldine Thomas, pp 84-93); The Changing Significance of Labrador Settler Ethnicity (byJohn C. Kennedy, pp 94-111); Religious Affiliation and Ethnic Identity of West Indians in Whitney Pier (by Elizabeth Beaton, pp 112-131); Putting on The Kilt: The Scottish Stereotype and Ethnic Community Survival in Cape Breton (by Norman Macdonald, pp 132-146); plus research notes, opinions, booksreceived. Very good. 15.00

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183 Canadian Hydrographic Service) Gulf of St. Lawrence Pilot. 6th ed
Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, 1968, 
(Canadian Hydrographic Service). Gulf of St. Lawrence Pilot. With the Coastof Quebec, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, Cape Breton I sland, and Newfoundland, bordering on the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Including The Banks of Newfoundland and the approaches to the Gulf by Cabot Strait, and the Strait of Belle Isle and the Strait of Canso. Ottawa: Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, 1968. Sixth Edition. Pp. 368. With one folding map. 8vo, navy cloth, gilt titles to front and spine. A very good copy. 25.00

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184 Canadian Journal of Archaeology ELLIS, Christopher KRISTMANSON, Helen MARTINDALE, Alexander Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 28, 2004 - Issue 2.
Canadian Archaeological Association, 2004, 
(Canadian Journal of Archaeology). Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 28, 2004 – Issue 2. Pp [i]-vi,[205]-406. Illustrated. Double Column. 8vo, illustrated olive green card covers. Articles : Understanding “Clovis” Fluted Point Variability in the Northeast: A Perspective from the Debert Site, Nova Scotia (by Christopher Ellis, pp 205-253); Northern Tsimshian Elderberry Use in the late Pre-contact to Pre-contact Era (by Alexander Martindale and Irena Jurakic, pp 254-280); Cutting Edges and Salmon Skin: Variation in Salmon Processing Technology on the Northwest Coast (by Jess Morin, pp 281-318). Research Notes : Applications of Archaeological GIS (by David Ebert, pp 319-341); The Application of X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis to Archaeological Samples: A Case Study from Newfoundlandand Cape Breton Island (by Helen Kristmanson, pp 342-352); The Pendant Sto nes of Pasquatinow (by David Meyer and Patrick Young); plus Book Reviews. Very good to fine. 15.00

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185 Canadian National Railways Industrial Survey of North Sydney, Sydney Mines and Florence, Cape Breton County, Nova Scotia.
Canadian National Railways, Research and Development Dept., Development Branch, Montreal, 1959, 
(Canadian National Railways). An Industrial Survey of North Sydney, Sydney Mines and Florence, Cape Breton County, Nova Scotia. Montreal : Canadian National Railways, Research and Development Dept., Development Branch, June, 1959. Pp (2),[1]-61 leaves, printed one side only, + 2 large folding maps. Index. 4to, green comb-bound, green card covers with cut-out window, gilt lettering to front cover. Not found in Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana. Contents :1. General Information. 2. Climatic Conditions. 3. Municipal Government. 4 . Municipal Services. 5. Transportation & Communications. 6. Power. 7. Population and Housing. 8. Labour, Industry and Commerce. 9. Education. 10. Recreation. 11. Commercial and Civic Data. 12. Natural Resources. 13. Industrial Development. Appendix “A”: Sydney Coal Field. Rubbed, browning to windowsection of title page, else very good. Scarce. 175.00

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186 Canadian-American Gael MacKENZIE, Angus William Rugg, (ed.) Canadian-American Gael : Clanna Nan Gaidheal Ri Guaillibh A Cheile (Children of the Gael - Shoulder to Shoulder) 1943 - Volume I -1944 [...] Featuringthe Romantic Nova Scotia Highlands - Eilean Cheap Breatann: The Cradle of Celtic Culture
Gaelic College, St. Ann's, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia , 1943, 
(Canadian-American Gael). MacKENZIE, Angus William Rugg, (General editor) The Canadian-American Gael : Clanna Nan Gaidheal Ri Guaillibh A Cheile (Children of the Gael – Shoulder to Shoulder) 1943 – Volume I -1944 [...] Featuring the Romantic Nova Scotia Highlands - Eilean Cheap Breatann – The Cradleof Celtic Culture in the North America. St. Ann's, Cape Breton, Nova Scoti a : The Gaelic College, 1943. Pp 1-2,[1]-94. Illustrated with over 120 b&w photos. Map. Triple Column. 4to, red and green tartan card covers. See Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4471. Contents include : "Commun Gaidhlig Thoronto {The Gaelic Society of Toronto) by Roderick MacDonald; "An Commun Gaidhealach(The Highland Association, Vancouver. B.C.)" by John MacDonald; "The Order of Scottish Clans in the United States and Canada"; "The Gaelic Society , Winnipeg, Manitoba"; "The Gaelic Society of Ottawa" by Miss Nonnie C. MacLean; "The Boston Branch of the Cape Breton Island Gaelic Foundation" by NeilA. MacLennan; "The Romantic Nova Scotia Highlands : Memorial Institutions" ; "The 85th Nova Scotia Highlanders at Passchendaele" by William Ross (pp.72,85, & 87); "'Mosglath' {The Awakening): Catholic Scots and the Gaelic Heritage in Cape Breton"; "Cape Breton Worthies : The Men Eminent on 'Ceist' (Question) Days" by Angus W.R MacKenzie [Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4471]; "The Gaelic Precentor : Some Prominent Precentors in Cape Breton To-day" " byAngus W.R MacKenzie; "Scottish Music in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia: 'Violoin Players I Have Met'" by J.J. MacInnis [Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 5568]; an address on the occasion of the First Highland Scottish Gathering held at S t. Ann's, July 22, 1938 delevered by the Minister of National Defence, Ian A. MacKenzie; and an address in Gaelic by Stanley P. MacDonald of Mabou: "The Annual Gaelic Address Honouring Cape Breton's Higland Scottish Pioneers,July 1940". With many, many local advertisements throughout. Wear to spine , rubbed, light staining to front cover, complimentary copy (with a presentation bookplate from the Gaelic College), else good. Uncommon. 65.00

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187 Canadian-American Gael MacKENZIE, Angus William Rugg, (ed.) MacINNIS, J.J. Canadian-American Gael : Clanna Nan Gaidheal Ri Guaillibh A Cheile (Children of the Gael - Shoulder to Shoulder) 1943 - Volume I -1944 [...] Featuringthe Romantic Nova Scotia Highlands - Eilean Cheap Breatann: The Cradle of Celtic Culture
Gaelic College, St. Ann's, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia , 1943, 
(Canadian-American Gael). MacKENZIE, Angus William Rugg, (General editor) The Canadian-American Gael : Clanna Nan Gaidheal Ri Guaillibh A Cheile (Children of the Gael – Shoulder to Shoulder) 1943 – Volume I -1944 [...] Featuring the Romantic Nova Scotia Highlands - Eilean Cheap Breatann – The Cradleof Celtic Culture in the North America. St. Ann's, Cape Breton, Nova Scoti a : The Gaelic College, 1943. Pp 1-2,[1]-94. Illustrated with over 120 b&w photos. Map. Triple Column. 4to, red and green tartan card covers. See Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4471. Contents include : "Commun Gaidhlig Thoronto {The Gaelic Society of Toronto) by Roderick MacDonald; "An Commun Gaidhealach(The Highland Association, Vancouver. B.C.)" by John MacDonald; "The Order of Scottish Clans in the United States and Canada"; "The Gaelic Society , Winnipeg, Manitoba"; "The Gaelic Society of Ottawa" by Miss Nonnie C. MacLean; "The Boston Branch of the Cape Breton Island Gaelic Foundation" by NeilA. MacLennan; "The Romantic Nova Scotia Highlands : Memorial Institutions" ; "The 85th Nova Scotia Highlanders at Passchendaele" by William Ross (pp.72,85, & 87); "'Mosglath' {The Awakening): Catholic Scots and the Gaelic Heritage in Cape Breton"; "Cape Breton Worthies : The Men Eminent on 'Ceist' (Question) Days" by Angus W.R MacKenzie [Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4471]; "The Gaelic Precentor : Some Prominent Precentors in Cape Breton To-day" " byAngus W.R MacKenzie; "Scottish Music in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia: 'Violoin Players I Have Met'" by J.J. MacInnis [Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 5568]; an address on the occasion of the First Highland Scottish Gathering held at S t. Ann's, July 22, 1938 delevered by the Minister of National Defence, Ian A. MacKenzie; and an address in Gaelic by Stanley P. MacDonald of Mabou: "The Annual Gaelic Address Honouring Cape Breton's Higland Scottish Pioneers,July 1940". With many, many local advertisements throughout. A very good a ttractive copy. 80.00

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188 Canals - Canada Navigation Canals : Rideau, Trent, Quebec, St. Peters / Canaux de navigation : Rideau, Trent, Québec, Saint-Pierre.
Parks Canada, Ottawa, 1973, 
(Canals - Canada). Navigation Canals : Rideau, Trent, Quebec, St. Peters / Canaux de navigation : Rideau, Trent, Québec, Saint-Pierre. (Ottawa) : Parks Canada, (1973). Pp [1]-30; [1]-30. Illustrated. Maps. 4to, illustrated card covers, French flaps. Back to back bilingual texts (English and French).Not in Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana. Browned, else very good. 15.00

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189 CANDOW, James E CORBIN, Carol, ed. HARRIS, Leslie, foreword. DAVIS, Stephen A. How Deep is the Ocean? : Historical Essays on Canada's Atlantic Fishery. First Edition
UCCB Press / University College of Cape Breton Press, Sydney, NS, 1997, ISBN:0920336868 
CANDOW, James E. and Carol CORBIN, (eds.). How Deep is the Ocean? : Historical Essays on Canada's Atlantic Fishery. (Sydney, NS) : University College of Cape Breton Press, (1997). First Edition. Pp (8).[ix]-xvii,(3),[3]-[288],(2). Some tables and illustrations in the text. 8vo, photo-illustrated card covers. James E. Candow (b. September, 24, 1954, Gander, Newfoundland). Contents : Foreword by Leslie Harris; Introduction by James E. Candow and Carol Corbin. Early Fishery. 1. "Archaeological Evidence for Pre-Contact Fishing in the Maritimes" by Stephen A. Davis; 2. "The 16th-Century Fishing Voyage" by Peter E. Pope; 3. "Portugal's Cod Fishery in the 16th Century: Myths and Misconceptions" by Darlene Abreu-Ferreira. Eighteenth-Century Fishery. 4. "The French Fishery in North America in the 18th Century" by Jean-François Brière; 5. "The New England Fishery and Trade at Canso, 1720-1744" by Judith Tulloch. Nineteenth-Century Fishery. 6. "Family Economy and the Fishing Company, Miscou 1841-1847" by Sheila Andrew; 7. "Social History in a Newfoundland Outport: Harbour Breton, 1850-1900" by D.A. Macdonald; 8. "Good Debts and Bad Debts: Gaspé Fishers in the 19th Century" by Roch Samson; 9. "Accounting for Change: Understanding Merchant Credit Strategies in OutportNewfoundland" by Robert C.H. Sweeny. Twentieth-Century Fishery. 10. "'Recu rring Visitations of Pauperism': Change and Continuity in the Newfoundland Fishery" by James E. Candow; 11. "Technology Rejected: Steam Trawlers and Nova Scotia, 1897-1933" by B.A. Balcom; 12. "'Come on all the crowd, on the beach!': The Working Lives of Beachwomen in Grand Bank, Newfoundland, 1900-1940" by Cynthia Boyd; 13. "The Newfoundland Fishery Research Commission, 1930-1934" by Melvin Baker and Shannon Ryan; 14. "Fishing in Modern Times: Stewart Bates and the Modernization of the Canadian Atlantic Fishery" by Miriam Carol Wright; 15. "The International Fishery off Canada's East Coast inthe 20th Century" by Raymond B. Blake; 16. "The Fish Killers" by William W . Warner; 17. "Fishers' Ecological Knowledge and Stock Assessment in Newfoundland" by Barbara Neis; 18. "The Commercial Annihilation of Northern Cod: The Fate of the 1986 and 1987 Year-Classes" by Donald Harold Steele and Raoul Andersen. With glossary and index. Very good. 22.50

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190 Canoe Routes - Nova Scotia) Canoe Routes of Nova Scotia. First Edition.
Nova Scotia Camping Association, Halifax, 1967, 
(Canoe Routes - Nova Scotia). Canoe Routes of Nova Scotia. (Halifax: Nova Scotia Camping Association, 1967). First Edition. Pp. (1),2-110. Maps. Large8vo [215 x 280 mm], blue plastic comb-bound, pale art-illustrated blue car d covers, lettered in black. Cf Cassell 1452, 1453, Toy 3499. Not in Chilton. This volume includes the following routes : Cape Breton : Lake Ainsle toMargaree Forks - Mira River - Mira River and Salmon River - Portree Bridge to Margaree Forlcs - Southwest Margaree River. Cumberland County : La Plan ch River - Parrsboro to Hancock Brook. Colchester County : Musquodoboit River - Stewiake River. Halifax County : Banook Lake to Shubenacadie - Dartmouth to Maitland. Annapolis County : Auburn to Annapolis Royal. Digby County:Lake Jolly to Sissiboo - Sissiboo River to Weymouth. Yarmouth County : Eas t Branch of Tusket River - Lake Jolly down Tusket River - New Tusket to Kemptville. Shelburne County : Barrington River - Beaver Dam Lake to Round Bay- Clyde River - Roseway River - Skudiak Lake to Junction Lake - Skudiak La ke to Roseway River. Queens County : Big Dam to Lake Rossingnol - Lake Rossignol - Rossignol to Broad River - Rossignol to Highway #3 - Eighteen Mile Brook to Indian Gardens - Eighteen Mile Brook to Greenfield - Camerons Landing to Greenfield - Pleasant River to Camerons Landing - Caledonia to Cameron Lake - Pleasant River to Greenfield - Greenfield to Mill Village - Low Landing to First Lake "Trip A" - Low Landing to First Lake "Trip B" - Eight Mile Lake to Midway River - Ten Mile Lake to Mersey River - Jordan River. Guysborough County : Cameron Settlement to Island Lake - Crooked Brook to Island Lake - Rockey Lake to New Chester Road - Rockey Lake to South Arm Lake. Some stains to covers, else very good. 15.00

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191 Cape Breton Cape Breton : Industrial and Picturesque : The Scene of Giant Industrial Achievements, The Land of Matchless Beauty and of Scenic Charm and Grandeur. grey-green, no illustrated panel to front.
W.G. Macfarlane, Toronto, 1895, 
Cape Breton. Cape Breton : Industrial and Picturesque : The Scene of Giant Industrial Achievements, The Land of Matchless Beauty and of Scenic Charm and Grandeur. Toronto : W.G. Macfarlane n.d. [ca 1890s]. Pp. (32). Unpaginated. Illustrated with b&w photographs. Oblong 8vo, decorated stapled greyish-green cardcovers. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 2238. A viewbook presenting scenes from early-twentieth-century Cape Breton. Includes several nautical illustrations. Dampstain to rear cover, a couple of small marginal stains throughout, light edge-sunning to front cover, else very good. 50.00

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192 Cape Breton Cape Breton : Industrial and Picturesque. dark green, paper panel to front.
W.G. Macfarlane, Toronto, 1895, 
Cape Breton. Cape Breton : Industrial and Picturesque. Toronto : W.G. Macfarlane, [n.d.]. Pp. (32). Unpaginated. Illustrated with black and white photographs. Oblong 8vo, illustrated stapled dark green cardcovers with semi-circle illustrated paper panel of a factory to front cover. A viewbook presenting scenes from early-twentieth-century Cape Breton. Includes several nautical illustrations. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 2238. Some foxing to initial and final leaves, small crease to front cover, else very good. 50.00

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193 Cape Breton Information File : Cape Breton and its relation to the Atlantic Offshore Oil & Gas Potential.
Cape Breton Development Corporation, Sydney, N.S., 1979, 
(Cape Breton). Information File : Cape Breton and its relation to the Atlantic Offshore Oil & Gas Potential. (Sydney, N.S.) : Cape Breton Development Corporation, (1979). A portfolio containing information on the Cape Breton Development Corporation in relation to offshore oil and gas potential. 4to,orange portfolio. Contents : Cape Breton Directory of Manufacturers (Septe mber 1979, 4to, stapled card covers, pp. (2),[1-23 leaves printed one side only). Point Edward & Canso Superport : Two ideal locations on the Eastern Seaboard of North America (folding pamphlet). Point Edward Marine & Industrial Park (4to, 8 pp.). LNG Canso Project : Questions & Answers (4to, folding brochure). The Cape Breton Development Corporation (DEVCO) (4 pp., stapled). 4 sheets of Information on New Business Development. Cover letter from the President of the Cape Breton Development Corporation. Portfolio worn, contents fine. 30.00

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194 Cape Breton - Cruising Guide Cape Breton Development Corp Cruise Cape Breton. 6th pr
Cape Breton Development Corp, Sydney, 1984, 
(Cape Breton - Cruising Guide). Cruise Cape Breton. [Cover adds: The Yachtman's [sic] Guide to the Bras d'Or Lakes, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia]. Sydney : "Published by Cape Breton Development Corp.", 1984. Sixth Printing. Pp (2),1-253,(1). Illustrated. Charts. 8vo, yellowish card covers, black plasticcomb binding. Some wear & creasing to cover else vg. 15.00

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195 Cape Breton - Hiking) KESHEN, Mary Walk Cape Breton: A Guide to Selected Walking Trails on Cape Breton Island,Nova Scotia. First Edition
Cape Breton Development Corp., Sydney, 1975, 
(Cape Breton - Hiking). Walk Cape Breton : A Guide to Selected Walking Trails on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. (Sydney, Nova Scotia : Cape Breton Development Corp., 1975). First Edition. "Printed by Earl Whynot & Associates Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia". Pp (8),1-[23],(2) + 26 folding maps. Small 8vo, white plastic comb bound cardcovers, with colour photo to front. Research and writing by Mary Keshen. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 60. Arranged infive sections: West 1. Mabou Harbour Mouth - Mabou Mines 2. McDonald Glen 3. North East Mabou - Cape Mabou Road 4. Beinn Bhiorach 5. Black Brook Circuit 6. Northern Highlands 7. Matheson Glen Brook Falls 8. Broad Cove Chapel- Marsh Point 9. Partree - Dig mrervale 10. Gallant River North 11. Chetic amp Island 12. Meat Cove - Lowland Cove 13. Old Tower Road - Money Point 14. North Pond - Aspy Bay 15. Middle Head East 16. Main-à-Dieu 17. Gabarus - Gull Cove. South 18. Fourchu Head 19. Petit-du-Grat Central. 20. Marble Mountain 21. Uisge Ban Falls 22. Cape Dauphin - Fairy Hole. Thus 20 (nos.2 and3 are put together on one, as are nos. 5 and 6) folding trail maps + 6 fol ding key maps. Not the 50 that Tennyson mistakenly asserts. Some wear & spotting to covers, to part of plastic comb broken, a small internal stain, else very good. 14.00

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196 Cape Breton - Missions) Sketch of Missionary Proceedings at Cape Breton, From August 1833, to April1835
Balfour and Jack, Printers, Edinburgh, 1835, 
(Cape Breton - Missions). Sketch of Missionary Proceedings at Cape Breton, From August 1833, to April 1835. (Edinburgh : Balfour and Jack, Printers), n.d. [1835?]. Pp [1]-16. 16mo, original blue stitched wrappers, lettered inblack. Cover title : Sketch of Cape Breton Missionary Proceedings, From Au gust 1833 to April 1835. Not in Tennyson or TPL. A report (in small type) on the missionary activities in Cape Breton for the period 1833-1835, especially the work of Rev. D.J. Fraser, Rev. Farquharson, and Rev. John Stewart.Place-names (often with eccentric spellings) include Neil's Harbour, Port Hood, Sydney, St. George's Channel, River Mabou, Cape North, Margaree Harbour, Mira, Middle River, and others. Personal library stamp, creased, else very good. 400.00

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197 Cape Breton - View Book) Souvenir of Cape Breton
Hal'l's Book Store, Sydney, C.B., 1910, 
(Cape Breton - View Book). Souvenir of Cape Breton. Sydney, C.B. : Published by Hall's Book Store, n.d. [1910s]. Pp (32). Illustrated. Oblong small 8vo, ilustrated brown stapled card covers. Phooto captions : Sysney; Yacht Racing, Sydney Harbour; View, showing Sydney Hotel and Masonic Building, Sydney; Sydney Hotel; King George Hotel, Sydney; Amelia Street, Sydney; Dorchester Street, Sydney; Park Street, Sydney; The Royal Bank of Canada, Sydney; Bank of Nova Scotia, Sydney; Post Office, Sydney; Sydney; George Street, Sydney; Sydney Academy; Steel Co.'s Piers, Sydney; Dominion Iron and Steel Works, Sydney; New St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Sydney [St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church was built in 1910] ; Sacred Heart Church, Sydney; Wentworth Creek, Sydney; Bay View Street, Sydney; Esplanade, Sydney; No. 2 Bank Head, Glace Bay; Crawley's Creek; Bras d'Or Lakes; Coal Washing Plant at Cape Breton Coal Mines; General View of Whycocomagh; Loading Vessels, Marble Mountains; Old Fort, Louisburg, Cape Breton; Baddeck; The Bridge at Grand Narrows; Ferry Steamer, near Mulgrave, N.S. Very good. 100.00

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198 Cape Breton Development Corporation) Société de dévelopment du Cap-Breton) Fifth Annual Report Year Ending December 31, 1971 / Cinquième rapport annuel année terminée le 31 décembre 1971
Cape Breton Development Corporation, 1972, 
(Cape Breton Development Corporation/Société de dévelopment du Cap-Breton). Fifth Annual Report Year Ending December 31, 1971 / Cinquième rapport annuel année terminée le 31 décembre 1971. (Sydney, NS: Cape Breton Development Corporation, 1972). Pp. 24, with the French text bound on the inverted side, pp. 27. Large 8vo, mustard card covers, black titles. Owner's name inkstamped to the front, else vg. 15.00

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199 Cape Breton Island) Cape Breton : The Royal Isle
Minister of Highways, 1940, 
(Cape Breton Island). Cape Breton : The Royal Isle. N.pl.: by authority of Minister of Highways, NS, [ca. 1940?]. Pp. 21. Illustrated with balck & white photographs. Square 8vo, stapled full colour paper covers with a lovely image of Cape Smokey at Ingonish on the front. A picturesque tour of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, from the highlands to the sea. Light wear to spine, cover illustrations bright. Vg. 20.00

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200 Cape Breton Magazine) MOFFATT, John McGRATH, H. BELL, Robt. P. Cape Breton Magazine. Vol. 1, Nos. 5-6-7, March 1902
Bell Printing and Publishing Co. , Sydney, NS, Canada, 1902, 
(Cape Breton Magazine). The Cape Breton Magazine. Vol. 1, Nos. 5-6-7, March1902. Sydney, Canada : Issued monthly by The Bell Printing and Publishing Co. , March 1902. Pp (4),[149]-196. Illustrated. 8vo, red printed wrappers,lettered in black. Contents : The P.W.A. [Provincial Workmen's Association ], the ObJects for which it was Organized and What it has Accomplished (by John Moffatt, pp 149-156; Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 3201 [as a 'not found']; Arms and the Woman : Chapter III (by Harold McGrath, pp 157-162, to be continued); The First Seventy Years of St. George's : Gleanings from the Parish Records, 1784 to 1854 (by The Ven. Archdeacon Smith, D.D., pp 163-176, Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4628); An Exiled Emperor Dom Pedro III a Teacher of Gymnasics in London (by Robert F. Bell, pp 177-179); An Optimistic Song (poem by Anon, p. 179); The Passing of a Heart (poem by Gabrielle Nichols, p. 180); Protection to National Wealth : Shall the Export of Our Raw Materials be Curtailed: A Plea for the Upbuilding of Home Industries (by John J. McCabe, pp 181-184, [not in Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana]; The Stage Manager's Story (by Walker Grimes, pp 185-188); A Royal Betrothal : They Were Playingat Make-Believe, Though Much Diplomacy Was Behind The Game (by Clo. Graves , pp 188-193); Plain Talks (pp 194-196); plus a few poems and jokes as fillers. Spine browned, tear to top of spine, penned name, else very good. WithPublisher's Note laid. 200.00

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