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181 Catboat Association) BREWER, John Peter, David B. CROSBY, et al., eds. Catboat Association Bulletin 107) GUNDERSON, Lance CONNORS, Tom Catboat Association Bulletin no. 107, Spring 1995
Catboat Association, Providence, RI, 1995, 
(Catboat Association). BREWER, John Peter, David B. CROSBY, and Robert LUCKRAFT (eds.). Catboat Association Bulletin no. 107, Spring 1995 . Providence, RI: Catboat Association, 1995. Pp. 1-56. Illustrated. Double and triple column. Large 8vo, stapled illustrated card covers. Of interest: Tom Connors's "The John Church Labrador Trip: A Voyage to the Top of the World" (26-29), Jay Breda's "Building the Fenwick C. Williams 15' Catboat" (30-34), and Lance Gunderson's "Adventures on the Way: Rum Tum Returns" (35-52). Vg. 10.00

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182 CHADWICK, St. John Newfoundland : Island into Province. card covers
Cambridge University Press , Cambridge, 1967, 
CHADWICK, St. John. Newfoundland : Island into Province. Cambridge : At theUniversity Press, 1967. Pp (8),vii-xiv,1-268. 8vo, olive green card covers . O'Dea 4076. Chapters: 1. A Colony is Born; 2. Federate or Isolate; 3. Cod: Bait and Francophobia; 4. Lobster Diplomacy; 5. Fire and Ice: Queer Street and Corruption; 6. A Year Best Forgotten [1895]; 7. The (Almost) Great Train Robbery; 8. French Leave; 9. Fish Tails; 10. War and Plenty: Peace and the Gathering Storm; 11. The Labrador Dispute (pp.132-153); 12. Sins of Omission: Royal Commission; 13. Interlude at Westminster; 14. Suspended Status; 15. Men of Goodwill; 16. National Convention; 17. The Final Step. With bibliography and index. Name and a few inked notations to the first couple leaves, else very good. 14.00

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183 CHADWICK, St. John Newfoundland: : Island into Province. First Edition in dustjacket.
Cambridge Cambridge University Press,, 1967, 1967 
CHADWICK, St. John. Newfoundland : Island into Province. Cambridge : At the University Press, 1967. First Edition. Pp (8),vii-xiv,1-268. 8vo, dark green cloth, gilt lettering to spine, top edge dyed red.

O'Dea 4076.

"A detailed and authoritative study of constitutional development in Newfoundland from the introduction of responsible government to federation with Canada.
Mr. Chadwick's book is far more than the study of a single colony. Newfoundland is a microcosm of colonial and commonwealth history and of constitutional evolution; it also has the particular interest of a dominion which voluntarily ceded its independence. At all times Newfoundland has been the subjects of international disputes partly because of its wealthy economic resources. Its constitutional history is relevant to such contemporary legal controversies as the development of the Commonwealth Court of Appeal or the legal status of Rhodesia.
This well-documented study will be important to a wide circle of students and should become the definitive history of Newfoundland." - from the dj.

Chapters:
1. A Colony is Born;
2. Federate or Isolate;
3. Cod: Bait and Francophobia;
4. Lobster Diplomacy;
5. Fire and Ice: Queer Street and Corruption;
6. A Year Best Forgotten [1895];
7. The (Almost) Great Train Robbery;
8. French Leave;
9. Fish Tails;
10. War and Plenty: Peace and the Gathering Storm;
11. The Labrador Dispute (pp.132-153);
12. Sins of Omission: Royal Commission;
13. Interlude at Westminster;
14. Suspended Status;
15. Men of Goodwill;
16. National Convention;
17. The Final Step. With bibliography and index.

Very good in price-clipped dustjacket. 35.00

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184 CHAMBERLAIN, James Franklin and Arthur Henry North America. US no dj
Macmillan, 1911, 
CHAMBERLAIN, James Franklin and Arthur Henry. North America : A Supplementary Geography. N.Y.: The Macmillan Company, 1911. Pp (4),v-xi,(1),1-299,(1),(4,ads),(1),frontis + 6 col.maps. Text Illustrations. 8vo, brown cloth withred illus. of Niagara Falls. In The Continents and Their People series. No t in O'Dea. Short sections on Labrador (pp.264-266) and Newfoundland (pp.266-267, including photograph of "A Typical Newfoundland Scene"). Vg. 40.00

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185 CHANTRAINE, Pol Last Cod-Fish : Life and Death of the Newfoundland way of life. 1st pr. card covers.
Robert Davies, 1993, ISBN:1895854008 
CHANTRAINE, Pol. The Last Cod-Fish : Life and Death of the Newfoundland wayof life. Translated by Kathe Roth, revised by the author. Montreal/Tor. : Robert Davies Publishing, (1993). First Printing. Pp (10), 11-156, (4). Map. 8vo, red and white card covers. The first book in the Food for Thought series. 18 chapters including: 1. The Three Cod of Makkovik; 2. Dawn and Duskof Labrador; 3. Newfoundland: Product of the Fishery; 4. Gadus Morhua and Homo Erectus; 5. The Trawlers; 6. The Pillage of the Gulf; 7. An Industry in Long-Term Intensive Care; 8. The Cape Freels on Patrol; 10. Foreign Overfishing beyond the Canadian E.E.Z.; 11. Canada's Costly Error; 14. Looking for a Media Bomb; 15. The European Fishing Problems; 16. "No sera nada por nadie";. The Massacre of the Baby Cod; 18. The Bottom of the Barrel; and Epilogue. Top edge browned, else vg. 10.00

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186 CHANTRAINE, Pol Last Cod-Fish, The. 1st pr. card covers.
Robert Davies, 1993, 
CHANTRAINE, Pol. The Last Cod-Fish : Life and Death of the Newfoundland wayof life. Translated by Kathe Roth, revised by the author. Montreal/Tor. : Robert Davies Publishing, (1993). First Printing. Pp (10), 11-156, (4). Map. 8vo, red and white card covers. 18 chapters including: 1. The Three Cod of Makkovik; 2. Dawn and Dusk of Labrador; 3. Newfoundland: Product of the Fishery; 4. Gadus Morhua and Homo Erectus; 5. The Trawlers; 6. The Pillage of the Gulf; 7. An Industry in Long-Term Intensive Care; 8. The Cape Freels on Patrol; 10. Foreign Overfishing beyond the Canadian E.E.Z.; 11. Canada'sCostly Error; 14. Looking for a Media Bomb; 15. The European Fishing Probl ems; 16. "No sera nada por nadie";. The Massacre of the Baby Cod; 18. The Bottom of the Barrel; and Epilogue. Vg. 12.50

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187 CHARBONNEAU, Paul BARRETTE, Louise Contre vents et maree : L'histoire des Francophones de Terre-Neuve et du Labrador
Editions d'Acadie, Moncton, N.B., 1992, ISBN:2760002071 
CHARBONNEAU, Paul, en collaboration avec Louise BARRETTE. Contre vents et marées : L'histoire des Francophones de Terre-Neuve et du Labrador. (Moncton, N.B.) : Éditons d'Acadie, (1992). First Edition. Pp (10),11-119,(1). Illustrated in colour & b/w. 4to, illustrated blue card covers, lettered in green. Contents : Introduction. 1. Les débuts de la présence française : Une histoire de pêche - Le Petit-Nord - Plaisance et les guerres coloniales. 2. Les guerres de Terre-neuve : Les croisades de d'Iberville - L'exil vers Louisbourg. 3. La Cote Française : La cote ouest de Terre-Neuve - La pénisule de Port-au-Port. 4. La fin du Régime Français. 5. Un début de siècle sous le joug anglais : La période de la Seconde Guerre mondiale. 6. Le Labrador :La cote française du Labrador - La propriété du Labrador - Les débuts de l a communauté francophone de l'ouest du Labrador. 7. Sait-Jean. 8. La fin des années 60: Le réveil de la francophonie : Les débuts de la vie associative - La pénisule de Port-au-Port - Saint-Jean - Labrador City / Wabush. 9. Les luttes des années 80 : A La Grand'Terre - A Cap Saint-Georges - A l'Anse-à-Canards - A Labrador City / Wabush - A Saint-Jean - A l'échelle provinciale. 10. A l'aube du XXIe sècle : La francophonie contemporaine : La langue- Les arts et la culture - Les sposrts - Les communicatons - L'économie - Les services gouvernementaux - Les associations francophones. Conclusion. Text in French. Very good. 40.00

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Against the Odds : A History of the Francophones of Newfoundland and Labrador, CHARBONNEAU, Paul BARRETTE, Louise LUKE, Mike, trans
188 CHARBONNEAU, Paul BARRETTE, Louise LUKE, Mike, trans Against the Odds : A History of the Francophones of Newfoundland and Labrador
Harry Cuff Publications, St. John's, 1994, 1994 0921191898 / 9780921191896 
CHARBONNEAU, Paul with Louise BARRETTE. Against the Odds: A History of the Francophones of Newfoundland and Labrador. (St. John's) : Harry Cuff Publications, (1994). First Edition. Pp (10),11-119,(1). Illustrated in colour & b/w. Large 8vo, card covers.

Translation by Mike Luke of Contre Vents et Marées.

Chapters :
1. The Beginnings of the French Presence - A Fish Story - Petit-Nord - Plaisance and the colonial wars;

2. The Newfoundland Wars - D'Iberville's crusades - Exile to Louisbourg;

3. The French Shore - The west coast of Newfoundland - The Port-au-Port Peninsula;

4. The End of the French Régime;

5. The Turn of the Century under English Rule - The Second World War;

6. Labrador - The French Shore of Labrador - Ownership of Labrador - The beginning of the Francophone community in the west of Labrador;

7. St. John's;

8. The End of the Sixties: The Francophone Revival - The first signs of organization - The Port-au-Port Peninsula - St. John's - Labrador City/ Wabush;

9. The Struggles of the Eighties - Mainland - At Cape St. George - Black Duck Brook - Labrador City and Wabush - St. John's - On the provincial scene;

10. On the Threshold of the 21st Century: The Present Day - Language - The arts and culture - Sports - Communications - The economy - Government services - Francophone associations.

With bibliography.

Pencilled and penned notes & underlining to twenty or so pages, some wavieness, else very good. 20.00

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189 CHARBONNEAU, Paul BARRETTE, Louise LUKE, Mike, trans Against the Odds : A History of the Francophones of Newfoundland and Labrador
Harry Cuff Publications, St. John's, 1994, ISBN:9780921191896 
CHARBONNEAU, Paul with Louise BARRETTE. Against the Odds: A History of the Francophones of Newfoundland and Labrador. (St. John's, Newfoundland) : Harry Cuff Publications, (1994). First Edition. Pp (10),11-119,(1). Illustrated thoughout with colour & b/w photos. Large 8vo, photo-illustrated card covers. Translation by Mike Luke of Contre Vents et Marées. Chapters : 1. The Beginnings of the French Presence - A Fish Story - Petit-Nord - Plaisance and the colonial wars; 2. The Newfoundland Wars - D'Iberville's crusades - Exile to Louisbourg; 3. The French Shore - The west coast of Newfoundland - The Port-au-Port Peninsula; 4. The End of the French Régime; 5. The Turn ofthe Century under English Rule - The Second World War; 6. Labrador - The F rench Shore of Labrador - Ownership of Labrador - The beginning of the Francophone community in the west of Labrador ; 7. St. John's; 8. The End of the Sixties: The Francophone Revival - The first signs of organization - The Port-au-Port Peninsula - St. John's - Labrador City / Wabush; 9. The Struggles of the Eighties - Mainland - At Cape St. George - Black Duck Brook - Labrador City and Wabush - St. John's - On the provincial scene; 10. On the Threshold of the 21st Century: The Present Day - Language - The arts and culture - Sports - Communications - The economy - Government services - Francophone associations. With bibliography. Very good. 25.00

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190 CHEEKS, Marion, Deanne HULETT and Ed KAVANAGH, selected by. CRUMMEY, Michael). WINTER, Michael). DRAGLAND, Stan). Savoury on the Tongue : An Anthology of Writing from Newfoundland and Labrador
Writers' Alliance of Newfoundland and Labrador, St. John's, NF, 2002, ISBN:1896858244 
CHEEKS, Marion, Deanne HULETT and Ed KAVANAGH, selected by. Savoury on the Tongue : An Anthology of Writing from Newfoundland and Labrador. Selected by Marion Cheeks, Deanne Hulett, and Ed Kavanagh. St. John's, NF: The Writers' Alliance of Newfoundland & Labrador, 2002. Pp. (10),xi-xx,[1]-250,(6). Illustrated in colour. 8vo, illustrated card covers with yellow spine, orange and black lettering to front cover, black lettering to spine. "'Savoury on the Tongue' brings together twenty-nine of Newfoundland and Labrador's finest writers in a vibrant new anthology of fiction and poetry. The pieces collected here are engaging and accessible, serving up irresistible fare forboth learners and the general public. From Aboriginal myths to high comedy , 'Savoury on the Tongue' offers the reader a wide-ranging spectrum of fiction and poetry. It is, indeed, a veritable showcase of some of the best writing from Newfoundland and Labrador." - from the rear cover. Includes contributions from David Benson, Dale Blake, Roberta Buchanan, Paul Butler, Nympha Byrne, Michael Crummey, Tom Dawe, Stan Dragland, Adrian Fowler, Mark Ferguson, Stephen Goudie, Anne Hart, Ron Hynes, Ed Kavanagh. Carl Leggo, Carmelita McGrath, Robin McGrath, Mary Jane Pasteen, Al Pittman, Helen Fogwill Porter, Gordon Rodgers, Ginny Ryan, Geraldine Chafe Rubia, John Steffler, Andy Vine, Agnes Walsh, Owen Whelan, Kathleen Winter, and Michael Winter. Very good. 20.00

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191 CHILTON, Glen. Curse of the Labrador Duck : My Obsessive Quest to the Edge of Extinction. Uncorrected Proof.
HarperCollins, Toronto, 2009, 
CHILTON, Glen. The Curse of the Labrador Duck : My Obsessive Quest to the Edge of Extinction. (Toronto) : HarperCollins Publishers Ltd., (2009). Uncorrected Proof. Pp [i]-x,(2),1-305,(7). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated maroon card covers. "Little is known about the Labrador Duck, which once populatedeastern North America but has been extinct for more than 100 years. Stuffe d specimens, housed under glass in museums and in private collections worldwide, are rare -- only 55 are known to exist. Even more rare is the kind ofscientist who would, given the task of writing a small species account abo ut the Labrador Duck, travel around the globe more than three times in search of every last stuffed bird. And what about the curse? Everyone who has owned a stuffed specimen has come to a bad end, whether going to jail or dying under mysterious circumstances. But Chilton is a rare specimen himself, and a biologist with a self-professed obsessive personality. (“They say that some children suck their thumb while still in the womb; I spent those nine months chewing my fingernails.”) His pursuit of the extinct species took him to the ducks’ breeding habitat on Canada’s east coast, as well as on many adventures in Europe and America as he searched museums and personal collections. Over the course of his epic journey, Chilton encountered a colourful flock of scientists, journalists and amateur ornithologists. He also endured numerous hangovers, swam naked in a glacier-fed stream and narrowly avoided arrest in New York City. The Curse of the Labrador Duck is a quest unlike any other, an impulsive journey around the planet in pursuit of a bird no one in our lifetime has seen alive." - from the back cover. Very good.10.00

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192 CHIMMO, William KIRWIN, Wlllliam J. (ed.) William Chimmo's Journal of a Voyage to the N.E. Coast of Labrador during the Year 1867
The Editor, St. John's, 1989, ISBN:0889011702 
CHIMMO, William. William Chimmo's Journal of a Voyage to the N.E. Coast of Labrador during the Year 1867. St. John's : The Editor, 1989. Pp (3),ii-xi(2),[1]-105,(3). Illustrated. Index. 4to, white card covers, lettered in brown, map of Labrador to front cover. Contents : Illustrations; Introduction;Acknowledgments; Journal of a Voyage To the N.E. Coast of Labrador; Sailin g Directions. General Remarks; Occasional Harbour to Hopedale; Table of Variations; Table of Positions N.E. Coast of Labrador; G*ant of Land in Esquimaux Bay to Unitas Fratrum, 1771; Proclamation by Governor John Campbell/ 1784'; Proclamation by Governor Charles Hamilton, 1821; References; Index. Personal inkstamp to first page and fore-edge, else very good. 75.00

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193 CHOPRA, Judith Wright SIKE, Leslie) Something Worth Doing : The Sub-Arctic Voyage of Aqua Star. in dj
W.W. Norton & Company, New York & London, 1995, ISBN:0393034461 
CHOPRA, Judith Wright. Something Worth Doing : The Sub-Arctic Voyage of Aqua Star. New York & London : W.W. Norton & Company; (1995). First Printing. Pp (6),vii-xv,(3),3-170,(6). Illustrated with many colour photographs. 8vo,red cloth. The 1985 trip by Leslie and Carolann Sike and their crew aboard a 41-foot steel cutter, "the first sailing yacht to cross Hudson Bay since Henry Hudson's fateful voyage in 1611". Labrador chapters: 7. Natashquan t o Goose Bay; 8. Goose Bay to Makkovik; 9. Makkovik to Nain; 10. Nain to Hudson Strait. Very good in unclipped dust jacket. 25.00

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194 CHRISTIE, A.M. GSC Paper 51-13 Geology of the Southern Coast of Labrador.. with map
1951, 
CHRISTIE, A.M. Geology of the Southern Coast of Labrador from Forteau Bay to Cape Porcupine, Newfoundland. Ottawa : Geological Survey of Canada, 1951.Pp (2 leaves),[1]-19 leaves + large fldg map in printed envelope. Legal si ze printed one side only. O'Dea 2878, Butler & Bartlett p.197. Geological Survey of Canada, Paper 51-13. Vg in envelope. With map. 35.00

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195 CHUBBS, Boyd CHUBBS Poems from the Burntwoods. First Edition, Signed
Creative Publishers, St. John's, 1995, ISBN:1895387507 
CHUBBS, Boyd. Poems from the Burntwoods, St. John's : Creative Publishers, 1995. Pp 69. 8vo, art- and photo-illustrated cardcovers. Boyd Warren Chubbswriter, artist, and excellent guitarist was born in L’Anse Au Clair, Labra dor on June 16, 1955. A land is ravaged by fire and seeks each season to repair itself. From it rise berry bushes, shrubs, but other, more tender, growth may not revitalize. This volume of poems comes from such a place, a landscape that is physical, psychic, mythic. In it are angels and ravens, messengers and witnesses, walkers of barrens, lovers and seekers, children and musicians. From the coast of Labrador to the streets of Dublin, these poemsexplore the connections between internal and external landscapes, and thos e moments in time when connections are as visible as shifts of light. Chubbs' landscapes are both familiar and magical, and through them runs a voice that connects the stories of their inhabitants - past,present and future." - from the rear cover.. Includes the poems : "Portrait, March 3, Goose Bay", "For Mary's Harbour and Other Places", "The Berrypickers", "A Coastal Parable", "Labrador Gothic", "This Night When Memory is Loose in the Harbour","There was a Love Stranger than Governments", "Sunday in North Belfast", " Drumcliffe Churchyard", "It was a Holy Day in Doolin" and many more. Very good. Signed, without inscription by Chubbs. 20.00

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196 CHUBBS, Boyd Warren Feral Domicile : Sonnets. pbk.
Breakwater, St. John's, NF, 2008, ISBN:1550812491 
CHUBBS, Boyd Warren. Feral Domicile : Sonnets . (St. John's, NF): Breakwater Books, (2008). Pp. (6),7-63,(1). 8vo, illustrated dark blue card covers with french flaps. Boyd Warren Chubbs writer, artist, and excellent guitarist was born in L’Anse Au Clair, Labrador on June 16, 1955. A collection of sonnets.. Vg. 9.00

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197 CHUBBS, Boyd Warren CHUBBS, Boyd Warren Lines from the Migrant Coast, 1st pr, signed
Mokoshan Publishers, Truro, 1991, ISBN:0969387504 
CHUBBS, Boyd Warren. Lines from the Migrant Coast. (Truro) : Mokoshan Publishers, [March] 1989. First Printing. Printed in Nova Scotia. Pp (6),6-75,(4). 8vo, illustrated tan card covers. Boyd Warren Chubbs writer, artist, andexcellent guitarist was born in L’Anse Au Clair, Labrador on June 16, 1955 . Poems illustrated with 12 of Boyd's pen & ink. This first edition of March 1989 was of 300 numbered and signed copies. Includes: "Sweet, Sacred Labrador", "I, Labrador", "North Atlantic", "Lines for a Coastal Mourning","Holy Sky", "Truro, July 7th, 1987", "Upon the Idyllic Coast", the title poem &many more. Very good. Signed with inscription by Boyd. 15.00

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198 CHUBBS, Boyd Warren CHUBBS, Boyd Warren Lines from the Migrant Coast, 2nd pr, signed
Mokoshan Publishers, 1991, 
CHUBBS, Boyd Warren. Lines from the Migrant Coast. (Truro) : Mokoshan Publishers, [June 1989?]. [Second] Printing. Printed in Nova Scotia. Pp (6),6-75,(4). 8vo, card covers. Boyd Warren Chubbs writer, artist, and excellent guitarist was born in L’Anse Au Clair, Labrador on June 16, 1955. Poems illustrated with 12 of Boyd's pen & ink. Includes: "Sweet, Sacred Labrador", "I,Labrador", "North Atlantic", "Lines for a Coastal Mourning","Holy Sky", "T ruro, July 7th, 1987", "Upon the Idyllic Coast", the title poem & many more. Vg to fine. Signed. 15.00

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199 CHUBBS, Boyd Warren CHUBBS, Boyd Warren Through Solomon's Lane. First Edition, Signed
Truro, Nova Scotia Mokoshan Publishers, 1991, 1991 0969387512 / 9780969387510 
CHUBBS, Boyd Warren. Through Solomon's Lane. (Truro, Nova Scotia) : Mokoshan Publishers, 154 Brunswick Street, (1991). First Edition. Limited, Numbered Edition. "Printed in Novaby John Kelderman". Pp (4), 1-77, (3). 8vo, card covers.

Boyd Warren Chubbs writer, artist, and excellent guitarist was born in L’Anse Au Clair, Labrador on June 16, 1955.

A lovely book, what the Moravians might have called a Gesamtwerk, being "Designed, Lettered and Drawn by the Author".

Poems illustrated with over 30 of Boyd's pen & ink landscape drawings.

"There are 500 numbered and signed copies of this First Edition of which this is No. _".

This volume includes:
"I Burn My Poems",
"Trees, The Winter Historians",
"When Government the Rowdy Stranger, Moved Among",
"Where Fog, A Solid Jig",
"Sonnet, April 1991, Curlew Point, Labrador",
"July, 1989, L'Anse au Clair", the title poem
& many more.

Contact O'Brien's Music, 278 Water Street, St.John's, A1C 1B7, for recordings of Boyd's very fine guitar compositions.

Very good to fine. Signed by Mr Chubbs.. 17.50

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200 CHUBBS, Boyd Warren CHUBBS, Boyd Warren Winter of Remarkable Oranges. First Edition
Breakwater Books, St. John's, 2004, ISBN:1550812084 
CHUBBS, Boyd Warren. The Winter of Remarkable Oranges. (St. John's, NL): Breakwater Books, (2004). Pp. (4),[5]-61,(3). Illustrated by the author. 8vo,black art-illustrated card covers, white titles to spine, French flaps. Bo yd Warren Chubbs writer, artist, and excellent guitarist was born in L’AnseAu Clair, Labrador on June 16, 1955. A collection of poems and drawings. P oems include : "McCarthy Returns to Long's Hill", "In Ferrylandl", "CoastalCollectorsl", "The Vendor Brings Heroin and Violinsl", "Angeling: Poem for Oslol", "Passing of Michael O'Neill (1935-2003)" and others. Very good. 12 .00

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