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21 BARBEAU, Marius. Canadian Geographical Journal, Vol. 03, No. 2 RIDOUT, Denzil G. MACBETH, Madge Gaspe Peninsula. An article in Canadian Geographical Journal, Vol. 3, No. 2, August, 1931
Canadian Geographical Journal, Montreal, 1931, 
BARBEAU, Marius. "Gaspe Peninsula." An article in Canadian Geographical Journal, Vol. III, No. 2, August, 1931, pp 78-92. Montreal : Canadian Geographical Society, 1931. Pp i-xii,(2),79-148,xiii-xviii. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 8vo, wrappers. Also includes Marion MacMillan's “Water Pictures”(pp 93-103); Denzil G. Ridout's “Port Churchill” (pp 104-128); Madge Macbe th's “Travelled But Unknown Spain” (pp 129-148). Rubbed, else very good. For the issue 25.00

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Life and Labour in the Far, Far West. signed , BARNEBY, W. Henry
22 BARNEBY, W. Henry Life and Labour in the Far, Far West. signed
Cassell , 1884, 
BARNEBY, W. Henry. Life and Labour in the Far, Far West: Being Notes of a Tour in the Western States, British Columbia, Manitoba, and the North-West Territory. 'With specially prepared Map, showing the Author's Route.' London, Paris & New York : Cassell & Company, Limited, 1884. Pp (10), [vii]-xvi, [1] - 432, + folding map (supplied in facsimile). 8vo, full black morocco, double rule gilt borders and identical gilt illustrations to both boards (entitled: 'Indian Idols, Vancouver Island'), raised bands, heavy dentelle, a.e.gilt, marbled endpapers. Peel 714: "About half of the book deals with the prairie region." Autograph presentation copy signed 'The Author' and dated 'May 31st 1884'. Some wear to edges and corners of binding, fore-corners of binding somewhat bumped, some foxing to three leaves of the text (and very slight scattered foxing elsewhere), lacking original map (reproduced in facsimile, and tipped in at back), else a very good copy in deluxe presentation binding. 400.00

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23 BEAL, Bob and Rod MACLEOD MACLEOD, Rod RIEL, Louis) Prairie Fire : The 1885 North-West Rebellion. in dj.
Hurtig, Edmonton, 1984, ISBN:0888302622 
BEAL, Bob and Rod MACLEOD. Prairie Fire : The 1885 North-West Rebellion. Edmonton: Hurtig Publishers, (1984). Pp. (6),7-384. Illustrated in black and white. 8vo, red cloth with gilt lettering to spine. A definitive survey of the Louis Riel-led North-West Rebellion of 1885, from the initial sparks ofdiscontent, through Riel's execution. Very good in unclipped dust jacket. 18.00

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24 Beaver Magazine SIMMONS, Deidre BUMSTED, J.M. COUTTS, Robert Beaver : Exploring Canada's History, June / July 1994, Vol. 74:3.
Douglas & McIntyre, Vancouver , 1994, ISBN:0888943253 
(Beaver Magazine). The Beaver : Exploring Canada's History, June / July 1994, Vol. 74:3. Winnipeg : Hudson's Bay Company, 1994. Pp [1]-56,(2) including covers. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 4to, illustrated green card covers. Contents : Annals of the Fur Trade [the making of the Hudson's Bay Company Archives] (by Deidre Simmons); 'Mere Curiosities Are Not Required' [the story of the HBC Museum Collection] (by Robert Coutts and Katherine Pettipas); On the Cariboo Gold Rush Road [the long, dangerous journey to the mother lode] (by Robert H. Busch); 1919 [the Winnipeg General Strike reconsidered] (by J.M. Bumsted). Very good. 10.00

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25 BEDFORD, A. G. University of Winnipeg : A History of the Founding Colleges. First Editionin dustjacket.
University of Toronto Press, Toronto , 1976, ISBN:0802033180 
BEDFORD, A. G. The University of Winnipeg : A History of the Founding Colleges. Toronto : "Published for the University of Winnipeg by University of Toronto Press", (1976). First Edition. Pp. (6),[vii]-xii,(2),[3]-479,(1) + 16- page central section of b&w photos. 8vo, black cloth, silver lettering to spine. "In this book, A.G. Bedford, after describing the development of educational facilities in Manitoba in the early nineteenth century, follows Manitoba. Wesley, and United colleges - the founding colleges of the University of Winninpeg - through 100 years to the present day. In his account ofthe work of the administrative boards, of changes in the teaching faculty, and of student life, the author places special emphasis on the problems an d conflicts which characterized the various stages of the institution's growth, and on the lives and ideas of the men and women who contributed to that growth. Of special note are the detailed counts of the Salem Bland dismissal of I917, the Smith case of 1922, and the Crowe dispute of 1958-9. The book contains references to many administrators, teachers, and researchers, including George Bryce, John Mark King. J.W. Sparling, J.H. Riddell, A.R.M.Lower, and Watson Kirkconnell. Included in the appendices is a complete li st, with degrees and dates of service, of all those who sat on the boards, taught in the facululties, or were members of the senates of the collolleges. This list should itself become an importarant reference for the student of Winnipeg history. Anyone who has studied or taught at the University of Winnipeg will find much of intenrest in this book. " from the dj. Chapters : 1. The Establishment and Early Years of Manitoba College ; 2. The Originsof Wesley; 3. Wesley's pre-war period; 4. 'Toba's Golden Period; 5. The Wi der Issues of Pre-war Days; 6.Through the War and After 1914-21 ; 7. Wesley's Greatest Period 1921-38: Faculty Growth and Administrative Difficulties;8. Wesley's Greatest Period 1921-38: Student and Faculty Life in the Ridde ll Era; 9. United College: The First Years and the War 1938-46; 10. United College: The Concluding Graham Years 1946-55; 11. United College: The Coming of Lockhart and the Crowe Case [Wilfred Cornett Lockhart]; 12. United College. The Site Issue and the New Buildings ot the Sixties; 13. United College: Rapid Growth and the Move toward Independence 1959-67 ; 14. The University of Winnipeg.. With appendices, notes, bibliography and index. Very goodin dustjacket. 30.00

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26 BEGG, Alexander. Creation of Manitoba; or, A History of the Red River Troubles.
Published by A.H. Hovey / Yarmouth, N.S: John Killam,, Toronto , 1871, 
BEGG, Alexander. The Creation of Manitoba; or, A History of the Red River Troubles. Toronto : Published by A.H. Hovey / Yarmouth, N.S: John Killam, 1871. Pp [i]-v,(1),[1]-408,(2), frontispiece. 8vo, gren pressed cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spine, black decoration to front board, bevelled edges. Covers worn, torn and detached, foxing throughout, else a good reading copy only. As is. 40.00

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27 BELL, C.K. Geological Survey of Canada Memoir 384 Geology, Wekusko Lake Map-Area, Manitoba. Geological Survey of Canada Memoir 384
Geological Survey of Canada, Energy, Mines and Resources Canada, Ottawa , 1978, 
BELL, C.K. Geology, Wekusko Lake Map-Area, Manitoba. Geological Survey of Canada Memoir 384. Ottawa : Geological Survey of Canada, Energy, Mines and Resources Canada, 1978. Pp (12),[1]-84,+ 4 folding coloured maps in rear pocket. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, red card covers, printed in white. Warped, else very good. 40.00

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28 BELYEA, W. H. Crocus Dust : More Songs From the Prairies. signed
Hignell Book Printing Limited, 1999, ISBN:0968529909 
BELYEA, W. H. Crocus Dust : More Songs From the Prairies. Hignell Book Printing Limited, 1999). Pp. 59. Oblong 8vo, blue and yellow card covers, black titles to spine. A collection of prose and poetry by the Winnipeg author. Vg. Author's signed inscription to the half-title. 20.00

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29 BENNET, Jim There Stands Dalhousie
Dalhousie Alumni Association, 1976, 
BENNET, Jim. There Stands Dalhousie. (Halifax : Dalhousie Alumni Association, 1976). Pp (2),3-127,(1). Illustrated. 4to, black cloth with gilt university seal to front cover. Laugher p.31. Produced by Josten's/National SchoolServices Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba. Foxing to first few leaves, name, else vg. 15.00

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30 BENNETT, Carol In Search of the Red Dragon : The Welsh in Canada. First Edition, paperback
Juniper Books Ltd., Renfrew, Ontario, 1985, ISBN:091913713x 
BENNETT, Carol. In Search of the Red Dragon : The Welsh in Canada. (Renfrew, Ontario : Juniper Books Ltd., 1985). First Edition. Pp (1),ii-vi,(1),2-244,(2). Illustrated with b&w photos. Map. Index. 8vo, green and white card covers, lettered in black and white, with red dragon to front cover. "The Welsh in Canada have been generally disregarded by writers and historians. They came here in fewer numbers than other ethnic groups such as the Irish and the Scots, and as a result their contribution to Canadian life has been overlooked. Nevertheless, they have made a significant impact on this country, as politicians, journalists, artists and clergy. In this book, Carol Bennett describes Welsh immigration and settlements, discusses the survival ofthe Welsh language and cultural institutions in Canada, and tells the stor y of a numher of famous Canadians of Welsh extraction. This is a celebration of the Welsh people as part of the Canadian cultural mosiac." (from the back cover) Contents : 1. Wales and the Welsh : The Background; Wales; The Welsh language; Old traditions; Music; The eisteddfod; Who are the Welsh?; Anote on names; Welsh place names; Are you Welsh? 2. The Welsh in Canada : Immigration; Cambriol; The Loyalists; The Welsh in the Maritimes; Cardigan,New Brunswick (pp.63-67); London Township (Ontario, pp.68-72); Toronto (pp .73-78); Manitoba (pp.79-82); The Patagonians (near Bangor, Saskatchewan, pp.83-93, including a passenger list from the Liverpool to Canada voyage of June, 1902 aboard the S.S. Numidian); Wood River (Alberta, pp.94-100); Gwilym Jones; The Immigrant Woman (pp.105-109); Elizabeth Simcoe; Margaret Williams Roberts; Mary Thomas Jesshope; The Little Immigrants; Religion in Wales; Worship in Canada; T he Reverend T.E. Jeffreys; The Most Reverend DerwynT. Owen; Anglican Bishops; The Gymania Ganu; The Musical Garraways; Welsh Societies of Canada; The newspapers. 3. The Welsh at Work : Famous People; David Thompson; Robert Harris; A tale of black gold; The Journalists; Leonard W. Brockington; The Political Scene; Senator Rupert Davies; A question of magic; W.H. Davies; Tragedy at Turtle Mountain; Blame it on the Kaiser; The Welsh Today; The Welsh in Canada — the future. With 8-page Index. Very good. 20.00

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The Glowing Years. First Edition, signed, BENSON, Nathaniel A. MACDONALD, Wilson)
31 BENSON, Nathaniel A. MACDONALD, Wilson) The Glowing Years. First Edition, signed
Thomas Nelson & Sons Limited, 1937, 1937 
BENSON, Nathaniel A. The Glowing Years. Toronto : Thomas Nelson & Sons Limited (1937). First Edition. Pp. (6),[1]-137,(1). Small 8vo, tan cloth, red lettering to front & spine.

Watters p. 16.

Nathaniel Anketell Michael Benson (b. October 11, 1903, Toronto - d. 1966, Detroit, Michigan).

1. Lyrics ,
2. Sonnets,
3. Realities,
4. Sonnets to Eleanor,
5. Odes and Elegies,
6. Translations.

Poems include:
"To the Singer Awakened (For Bliss Carman)",
"To the Singer Asleep (For Bliss Carman)",
"The Nuns",
"To the Failures (For Canada's Confederation Jubilee) (Ottawa, July 1, 1927)",
"On Seeing a Photograph of Bliss Carman Talking to Charles G.D. Roberts",
"Sonnet for the Rupert Brooke Monument",
"Sonnet to A.E.",
"Kenora Sonnets",
"Harlem Speakeasy" [pp.60-61],
"Jewish Fish-Market",
"'Midway'" (Canadian National Exhibition)",
"Radio Downstairs",
"Depression Chants",
"On Looking Down from the Woolworth Tower",
"The Fields of France",
"To a Small-Town School Trustee",
"Station Platform",
"Ode for Dominon Day",
"Ave Atque Vale (For Walter F. Payne of the 'Manitoba Free Press')",
"An Ode for Toronto's Centenary",
"The Ship of Gold (From the French of Emile Nelligan)",
"New York (From the French of Robert Choquette)"
and many others.

From the library of Wilson MacDonald, with a signed inscription by the author to the flyleaf which reads:
"To my very cherished and long-admired friend, most gifted of the Canadian singers, Wilson MacDonald, from his old friend Nathaniel A. Benson". With a further inscription: "and on this Christmas all the Bensons inscribe it for Dorothy, Anne and Wilson. Nat, Julian, Emma, Charles" [presumably the Benson family]. Faint browning to spine, some annotations and markings by MacDonald, else very good. 40.00

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32 Bible - Saulteaux Indian Language). Sermon on the Mount [Saulteaux Indian Language]
Canadian Bible Society, Toronto , 1973, 
(Bible – Saulteaux Indian Language). The Sermon on the Mount. Toronto : Canadian Bible Society, (1973). Pp (4),1-30. 8 vo, green stapled card covers. Text in English and Saulteaux. Very good. 10.00

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33 BIGELOW, W.A., Dr. Forceps, Fin and Feather : The Memoirs of Dr. W.A. Bigelow. Second Printing
State Hospitals Press, Utica State Hospital, Altona, Manitoba, 1969, 
BIGELOW, W.A., Dr., M.D., F.A.C.S. Forceps, Fin and Feather : The Memoirs of Dr. W.A. Bigelow. Altona, Manitoba : "Printed by D.W. Friesen & Sons Ltd,Printers and Publishers", (Nov. 1969). Second Printing. Pp (4),v-xviii,1-1 16,(2) + 8-page central section of b&w photos. 8vo, illustrated green flexible heavy cardcovers, white lettering to spine. Front cover and spine use the ampserand: Forceps, Fin & Feather . Wilfred Abram Bigelow (b. November 30, 1879, Kingsport, Kings County, Nova Scotia - d. August 13, 1967, Brandon, Manitoba) rural physician and founder of Canada’s first medical clinic. Arranged in 8 chapters: I. Biographical Notes. 1. Early Life; 2. Harvest Train Trip from Nova Scotia to Winnipeg, 1898; 3. My Impressions of Winnipeg on Arrival Labour Day 1898; 4. An Introduction to Surgery; 5. My Future Wife; 6. My Introduction to Brandon, 1906 — Starting a Clinic, 1913; 7. Our First Laboratory Technician. II. Medical and Surgical Practise in the Pre-Automobile Days. 1. I Start My Practice at Souris; 2. Two Years in Hartney — MyFirst Major Operation; 3. An Unusual and Exciting Introduction to a Medica l Confrere in a Country Town; 4. My First Experience vvim a Tetanus Case; 5. Surgical Removal of the Largest Abdominal Tumour; 6. I Start Local Anaesthesia; 7. My Personal Experience With a Ruptured Appendix — No Operation; 8. Expenence Taught Me How to Prepare for an Emergency Operation in a Country Home; III. Post-Graduate Studies. 1. Early Interest in X-Ray; 2. New YorkSurgeons Prior to 1906; 3. Dubious, but Cheap Living Quarters in New York — the Hotel Mecca; 4. New York Amusements During Post-graduate Period 1905-06; 5. Formation of the American College of Surgeons 1912-13; 6. The SecondCongress of the American College of Surgeons — London; 7. Mayo Clinic 1908 . IV. Some X-Ray Experiences in Brandon. 1. I Find a Quarter; 2. Our First X-Ray Film; 3. Early High-frequency Treatments. V. Maternity Memoirs. 1. A Quilling Story in Obstetrics 1908; 2. A Eclampsia Case; 3. Maternity under a Buffalo Robe; 4. A Maternity Case in an Old Implement Shed; 5. A Do or Die Maternity Case; 6. My First Maternity Case. VI. Miscellaneous. 1. The Palmist and Her Crystal Ball; 2. I Finance My Honeymoon; 3. Living in Hrtney, Manitoba; 4. Emergency Treatment of Hysteria; 5. Bachelor Days in Brandon; 6. A Miraculous or Supernatural Automobile Trip to Boissevain, Manitoba; 7.Transportation; 8. I Buy My First Car, 1908; 9. The Purchase of Our First Home 1908. VII. Fish Stories. 1. A Fish to Large to Land; 2. Surprise Troutin Moraine Lake; 3. Landing My First Char; 4. Two Fish with One 22. Rifle Shot; 5. Long Lac - Black Pickerel and Moose; 6. I Catch My Largest Speckled Trout; 7. Lake of the Woods Fishing; 8. An Unusual Experience in the Gulfof Georgia. VIII. Hunting Stories. 1. Holidays in the Clandeboye Swamp 189 9-1902; 2. Bit of Biography of Jack Smith and His Trap Shooting; 3. My First Shoot at Clandeboye Bay; 4. Ben Land and I Turn Potshooters; 5. Fred and I Discover a Battle Ground Between Red Lake Indians and Sioux at St. Marks;6. An Unusual Duck Shooting Experience; 7. My Largest Goose Shoot; 8. A To ugh Hunting Companion; 9. Wavies Previous to 1908, Now Called "Snow Geese";10. My Longest and Most Difficult Walk; 11. My First Experience With a Rep eating Winchester Shot Gun; 12. Freddy and I Spend a Night on a Roof at Clandeboye Bay; 13. An Interesting Shooting Retrieve; 14. My Largest Mallard Shoot; 15. I Meet Up With the Duke of York; 16. My First and Only Experienceof Duck Shooting on Sunday. Gift inscription on title-page, else very good . 15.00

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34 BIRDSELL, Sandra Night Travellers. card covers.
Turnstone Press, Winnipeg, 1982, ISBN:0888010729 
BIRDSELL, Sandra. Night Travellers. (Winnipeg) : Turnstone Press, 1982. First Edition. Pp (10),[1]-182. 8vo, card covers, white spine. "[...] thirteenstories which weave through the lives of the Lafreniere sisters and their family - 'night travellers' who move through and out of a landscape of small town dreams, memories and desires." - rear cover. Very good. 12.00

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35 BIRDSELL, Sandra Night Travellers. Signed
Turnstone Press, Winnipeg, 1982, ISBN:0888010729 
BIRDSELL, Sandra. Night Travellers. (Winnipeg) : Turnstone Press, 1982. First Edition. Pp (10),[1]-182. 8vo, card covers, white spine. "[...] thirteenstories which weave through the lives of the Lafreniere sisters and their family - 'night travellers' who move through and out of a landscape of small town dreams, memories and desires." - rear cover. Very good. With a signed inscription by Birdsell: "For --, Remembering N.S. and some great people." 16.00

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36 BJARNASON, J. Magnus. JAKOBSON, Borga (trans.). Errand Boy in the Mooseland Hills. Paperback.
Formac Publishing Company Limited, Halifax, 2001, ISBN:0887805418 
BJARNASON, J. Magnus. Errand Boy in the Mooseland Hills. [Front cover adds:"Stories from Nova Scotia's Forgotten Icelandic Settlement"].Translated by Borga Jakobson. Halifax: Formac Publishing Company Limited, (2001). Pp. (6 ),[7]-184. 8vo, blue ill. card covers. " -from the front cover. "When a group of Icelanders were encouraged to settle in Nova Scotia in 1875, they were given land in a remote forested area east of Dartmouth, known as Mooseland Hills. Young Magnus Bjarnson was one of those who came with his family. Times were hard and although he was just a boy, he was sent to work for households in the area, doing chores and running errands. Bjarnasson returned to these experiences in his writing: the finely crafted chapters of this book describe unforgettable characters and events from this time. In one story, the larger-than-life Hromundar kidnaps the local doctor and rows him through a raging sea to his island home hoping to save the life of his ailing wife. In another, a Mr Balfour is too sick to finish his harvest but he finds that at night, while everyone is asleep, his crops are taken in. Perhaps it is Eyvindur, the young Icelander who owes Balfour a debt of gratitude. During this time Young Magnus finds himself enlisted by a neighbour, Mabel McIsaac, to try to learn the identity of an Icelandic man who died in her care, whose grave she visits every day. These compelling portraits of rural life in the late nineteenth century are unknown to English language, through this translation by Manitoba author Borga Jakobson, readers c an enjoy the remarkably fresh writing of Magnus Bjarnason." - from the rearcover. Very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 12.00

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Young Icelander : The Story of an Immigrant in Nova Scotia and Manitoba., BJARNASON, Johann Magnus.
37 BJARNASON, Johann Magnus. Young Icelander : The Story of an Immigrant in Nova Scotia and Manitoba.
Formac Publishing, Halifax, 2009, ISBN:9780887808692 
BJARNASON, Jóhann Magnus. The Young Icelander : The Story of an Immigrant in Nova Scotia and Manitoba. Translation of Eirikur Hansson from the Icelandic by Borga Jakobson. (Halifax, Nova Scotia) : Formac Publishing Company Limited, (2009). First Canadian Edition. (2),[3]-336. 8vo, photo-illustrated brown card covers. "A Classic Now Translated into English!" - front cover. "Jóhann Magnús Bjarnason, author, poet, teacher (b. at Medalnes, Nordur-Mulasysla, Iceland 24 May 1866 - d. at Elfros, Sask. 8 Sept 1945). The greatest and most prolific of Icelandic Canadian novelists, Bjarnason immigrated to Canada in 1875." "In Nova Scotia at the end of the 19th century, an Icelandic boy is stranded ashore with his grandparents on the province's EasternShore. This fictionalized memoir evokes the immigrant experience in the ru ral Maritimes, and then in the Icelandic settlements of Manitoba. Author Johann Magnus Bjarnason published this best-selling book in Icelandic, and itearned him a reputation as one of Iceland's leading writers of the early 2 0th century. For contemporary readers, his book provides an unusual vantagepoint on life in rural Nova Scotia and then in the Icelandic settlements i n Manitoba more than a hundred years ago." - from the back cover. Very good. 12.50

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38 BLACKADAR, R.G. (ed.). On the Frontier : Photographs by the Geological Survey of Canada / Frontières : Photographies par la Commission géologique du Canada.
Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa , 1982, ISBN:0660509954 
BLACKADAR, R.G. (ed.). On the Frontier : Photographs by the Geological Survey of Canada / Frontières : Photographies par la Commission géologique du Canada. (Ottawa : Geological Survey of Canada, 1982). Pp (6),[1]-134,(4). Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated grey card covers. Contents : Labrador-Ungava. Hudson Bay, James Bay, the Barrens. The West. Mackenzie Valley. British Columbia. Yukon. The Arctic. Includes numerous photographs of ships : Neptune and American whaler Era in winter quarters at Cape Fullerton;The Neptune as photographed by Bell, 1884; [Canoe] On Lake Mistassini, 188 4; Diana in ice in Hudson Strait, 1897; Robert Bell probably on board the Ocean Nymph, 1880; Inuit kayaks, Nastapoka Islands; Indian boat, Fort George, 1896; Boats used for coastal travel, James Bay, 1899; SS Colville, first screw steamer on Lake Winnipeg; Boat used by J.B. Tyrrell in 1889 when examining the shoreline geology of Lake Winnipegosis; Steamer Northcote on shore at Cumberland Jouse, Manitoba, 1894; Steamer Wolverine at Little Bull Head, Manitoba, early 1920's; SS Mackenzie River at Fort Macpherson, 1914; Scow running the lower rapids on the Peace River, 1917; SS Northland Light andtwo sixty foot scows, Peace River, circa 1913-1916; SS Athabasca River and SS Northland Call, Peace River, circa 1913-1916; SS D.A. Thomas above Verm illion on the Peace River, 1921; SS Distributor at Fort Smith, 1921; GSC scows being towed across Great Slave lake, 1921; SS Northland Echo at Waterways, Alberta, 1935; SS Athabasca River entering lake Athabasca, 1938; Steamer Maude, Nanaimo, 1875; Sternwheeler Dispatch, tied up at Sproat's Landing,1889; Steamer Reliance at Yale, 1898; Steamer Charlotte which ran between Soda Creek and Quesnel, 1898; SS Bonningtonon Upper Arrow Lake, 1928; Steamer Dawson entering the navigable channel of the Five Finger Rapids; SteamerCasca aground in the Rink Rapids; Steamer Casca at Big Salmon River, 1934; Moving a packtrain on the Stewart River aboard the steamer Aksala, 1939; N eptune at Blackhead Island; Scotch whaler Eclipse at Pond Inlet, 1903; North Star at Point Barrow Harbour; The Alaska and North Star at Bernard Harbour, east of the Mackenzie Delta, 1914; Whaling ship Belvedere in winter quarters off Martin Point, Alaska, 1913; and a few other native / inuit boats. A couple of small spots to front cover, and nick to fore-edge of back cover, else very good. 20.0

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39 BLAKE, Herbert W. Era of Streetcars in Winnipeg, 1881 to 1955. Second Printing, signed.
The author, Winnipeg, 1971, 
BLAKE, Herbert W. The Era of Streetcars in Winnipeg, 1881 to 1955. (Winnipeg: The author, 1971). Second Printing. Pp. (80). Unpaginated. Illustrated in black and white. 8vo, illustrated stapled white card covers with red and yellow lettering to front cover. "Fifteen years have now passed since the 19th day of September, 1955 when the running of streetcars ceased on Winnipeg streets. This is an attempt to record and preserve for posterity the appearance that these cars had when developed and turned out for public use." -from the preface. Contents: The Era of Streetcars in Winnipeg; The Rebuild ing of Old Cars; The Remodelling Program; Oddballs; Incidents: Minor to Major; The Varying Pattern of Work Service Cars. With dozens of photos. Light browning to spine, blindstamp to first leaf, else very good. Signed withoutinscription by Blake on the second page. Due to its small size, shipping c osts should be cheaper than quoted. 25.00

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40 BLICQ, Andrew GIGLIOTTI, Ken, photos People of the Interlake. signed pbk.
Turnstone Press, Winnipeg, MB, 1986, ISBN:0888011041 
BLICQ, Andrew. People of the Interlake . Ken Gigliotti, photographer. (Winnipeg, MB): Turnstone Press, (1986). Pp. (8),1-129,(3). Illustrated in blackand white. Double column. Oblong 8vo, illustrated bluish card covers with grey spine. "The Interlake region of Manitoba covers 10,000 square miles between Lakes Winnipeg and Manitoba, bordered by the city of Winnipeg to the south and wilderness to the north. These photographs and stories introduce the region, its peiople, and the rich ethnic diversity of its communities. The interlakers are the descendants of Britons, Germans, Icelanders, Hungarians, Ukrainians, Poles, native people and many other of the ethnic groups that make up Canada's cultural montage. But whatever their origins, these people have shared common challenges of extreme weather and hostile landscape." - from rear. Headings and accompanying stories include: "Margaret O'Malley", "The Olson Family", "The Fish Fry", "Arm-Wrestling", "Hayland School", "Amy Clemons", "St. Peter's Church", "Hecla Island", "Helgi and Helga Tomasson", "Bender Hamlet", "Keith Halldorson", "Hubert Vincent", "Stefanssons' Store", "Cattle Chute at Narcisse", "Leifur Palsson", "The S.S. Goldfield", "Armand Lemiez's Statues", "Myroslaw Tretiak", "Manitoba Pool Elevator in Broad Valley", "The Inwood Creamery", "Gunner Thomas", "Mike Taczynski", Donald Campbell", "Rembrandt", "Komarno", "Fred and Elsie Hyde", "Viking Statue", "Oli and Cara Anderson", "Princess Harbour", "Annie Geluch", "The Peloquins", "Matheson Island School", "Matheson Island", "John Werbenuk", "Paul Wuketsewitz", "St. Mary's Church", "Lake St. Martin", "Mary and Harry Kawaleski", "John Iwanusiw and Annette Martin", "Surfin' USA", "Interlake Cattlemen's Co-op Auction", "Camper Post Office", "'Big Alex' Sinclair", "Steep Rock", "Philip Orzech", "Whitefish Boats, Gimli", Kay Pawlychyn", "Ed andJacob Dern", "Merv Scott", "Fisher River Sewing Factory", "Fris-Nok", "Wal ter Rubenstein", "Ted Kristjanson", and "John and Dorothy Jaremy", among others. Very good. Signed and inscribed by Bricq on the half-title leaf. 24.00

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