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201 FRAMPTON, Alyse. Canadian Heritage INTSCHER, Janet McGHEE, Robert Trailblazer : The Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia shows the way. An article in Canadian Heritage : The Heritage Canada Foundation Newsmagazine, October1981
Heritage Canada Foundation, Ottawa , 1981, 
FRAMPTON, Alyse. “The Trailblazer : The Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia showsthe way.” An article in Canadian Heritage : The Heritage Canada Foundation Newsmagazine, October 1981, pp 9-10, with 3 illustrations. Ottawa : The He ritage Canada Foundation, 1981. Pp 1-44. Illustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated orange stapled wrappers. Also : "Bluenose Museums : From mine shafts to lobster traps” (by Alyse Frampton, p. 11); “Fred Rowe on the Beothuks” (letter, p. 3); “The Claws of '81 ; Who won what at the National Heritage Awards” (pp 14-19, with 12 illustrations); “Little Italy (by Janet Intscher, pp 22-24, with 4 illustrations); “They Wrote on Stone : Who created southern Alberta's enigmatic rock art?” (by Robert McGhee, pp 25-27, with 7 illustrations); and more. Mailing label, else very good. 10.00

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202 FRASER, Donald). Roy, Reginald H. ed. + with intro. Journal of Private Fraser, 1914-1918, Canadian Expeditionary Force. Paperback Edition.
CEF Books, Nepean, ON, 1998, ISBN:1896979289 
(FRASER, Donald). The Journal of Private Fraser : 1914-1918, Canadian Expeditionary Force. Edited with an Introducton by Reginald H. Roy. (Nepean, ON): CEF Books, (1998). First thus printing. Pp. (8),9-334,(2). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated card covers with black spine, yellow lettering to front, yellow and white lettering to spine. "Dopnald Fraser was in many ways a typical soldier of the Great War. Like thousands of others he enthusiastically enlisted in 1914 to support his King and Country in the great European war.Fraser joined a locally raised Battalion at Calgary, Alberta, the 31st (Ca lgary) Battalion of the Canadian Expeditionary Force. His journey from those jubilant days in Calgary led him to the great battlefields of the First World War. Fraser first went into action in September 1915 on the Kemmel front, near Ypres, Belgium. Over the next 2 years he fought in every major battle: St. Eloi Craters, Mount Sorrel, The Somme, Vimy, Hill 70, and Passchendaele. His own war came to a sudden end in the slime of Passchendaele in November 1917. One of the original 31st men, Donald Fraser, lived and foungt in the hideous conditions of mud, death, rats, filth, and fire that characterized the Great War. His experiences of trench life were meticulously recorded, bringing to life a soldier's story. What Donald Fraser inadvertently created was a classic account of the First World War, so rich in detail andso vivid the reader can almost smell the cordite and feel the oozing mud." - from the rear cover. Faint corner crease to front cover, else very good. 35.00

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203 FREBOLD, Hans Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletin 18) Contributions to the Palaeontology and Stratigraphy of the Jurassic System in Canada
Edmond Cloutier / Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, Ottawa, 1951, 
FREBOLD, Hans. Contributions to the Palaeontology and Stratigraphy of the Jurassic System in Canada . Ottawa: Edmond Cloutier / Department of Mines and Technical Surveys, 1951. Pp. 54, including plates. Illustrated. 8vo, printed stapled green card covers. Geological Survey of Canada, Bulletin 18. Contents: 1. Ammonite Fauna and Stratigraphy of the Lower Lias in Tyaughton Lake Map Area, British Columbia ; 2. Revision of 'Peltoceras' Occidentale Whiteaves from the Fernie Group of Upper Red Deer River, Alberta ; 3. Lowermost Middle Jurassic Fauna in Whitesail Lake Map Area, British Columbia. Ex-library (card and pouch at rear), damp markings to front cover, head of spine nicked, else vg. 25.00

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204 FREDERICKS, H.A. CHAMBERS. Allan Bricklin. Second Printing.
Brunswick Press, Fredericton, N.B., 1977, ISBN:0887900879 
FREDERICKS, H.A. with Allan CHAMBERS. Bricklin. Fredericton, N.B. : Brunswick Press, (May 1977). Second Printing. Pp (3),iv-ix,(1),1-139,(3). Illustrated with 10 photos. 8vo, blue illustrated cardcovers, with white spine lettering. H. A. "Hal" Fredericks (b. Nova Scotia). Allan Chambers (b. Alberta,1948). "Malcolm Bricklin said he would build a car to revolutionize the No rth American car industry. The New Brunswick government, anxious to attractjobs, agreed to provide him with initial financing. Two years later, Brick lin motored into bankruptcy with enormous losses, including a debt of $23 million to New Brunswick. He had built 2,880 cars. H.A. Fredericks and AllanChambers chronicle the Bricklin project from creation to collapse, disclos ing information the New Brunswick government still considers to be confidential. They describe the production blunders, the management battles and thefrills that contributed to Bricklin's collapse." - rear cover. Chapters: 1 . The Most Beautiful Car; 2. The Road to New Brunswick; 3. The Multiplex Negotiations; 4. A Government Decision; 5. Setting Up; 6. Attempts at Management; 7. New Financing; 8. We're Building a Better New Brunswick; 9. The By-elections; 10. The Bricklin Election; 11. The Growing Controversy; 12. Yes,Malcolm — There Is a Santa Claus; 13. Bricklin Takes a Back Seat; 14. Roug h and Tumble Time; 15. The Break-even Campaign; 16. The Late Bricklin Budget; 17. Receivership; 18. Collapse in Arizona; 19. Bricklin's Bankruptcy 20.Cost of Gull Wings. Some creasing to spine, else very good. 15.00

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205 FREDRICKSON, Olive A EAST, Ben. Silence of the North. in dj.
Crown, 1972, 
FREDRICKSON, Olive A. The Silence of the North. NY: Crown Publishers, Inc., (1972). Pp 209, 7 pp plates. 8vo, brown cloth. Slight shelfwear, top edge dusty, else vg in dj. 27.00

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206 FREEMAN, Milton M.R., ed. Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Renewable Resources andthe Economy of the North, Banff, Alberta, May 1981
Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies, Ottawa, 1981, ISBN:0969098707 
FREEMAN, Milton M.R., (ed.). Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Renewable Resources and the Economy of the North, Banff, Alberta, May1981. (Ottawa): Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies, (1981). Pp. (2),i-v,(3),1-268. 8vo, illustrated blue and grey card covers with white spine. Covers rubbed with faint corner creasing, else vg. 15.00

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207 FRENBOLD, Hans Geological Survey of Canada Paper 75-39 Toarcian and Lower Middle Bajorcian Beds and Ammonites in the Fernie Group of Southeastern British Columbia and Parts of Alberta. Geological Survey ofCanada Paper 75-39.
Geological Survey of Canada, Energy, Mines and Resources Canada, Ottawa , 1976, 
FRENBOLD, Hans. The Toarcian and Lower Middle Bajorcian Beds and Ammonites in the Fernie Group of Southeastern British Columbia and Parts of Alberta. Geological Survey of Canada Paper 75-39. Ottawa : Geological Survey of Canada, Energy, Mines and Resources Canada, 1976. Pp (6),1-33,(1). Illustrated.Maps. Double Column. 4to, printed tan stapled card covers. Contents : The lower Middle Bajocian and Toarcian beds in southeastern part of British Columbia. The Toarcian beds in the area between Snake Indian and Fiddle Riversin the north and Fording River in the south. Comparison with adjoining eas tern and southern areas. Comparison with adjoining northern areas. Systematic description of guide-ammonites. Very good. 20.00

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208 FRIESEN, Gerald Canadian Prairies : A History
University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1984, ISBN:0802025137 
FRIESEN, Gerald. The Canadian Prairies : A History. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, (1984). Second Printing. Pp. (6),[vii]-xv,(3),[3]-524, + 20 p. of black and white photos. Illustrated. 8vo, yellow cloth with black lettering to spine. Contents: 1. Introduction; 2. Native history: An introduction; 3. The natives' fur trade 1640-1840; 4. The Europeans' fur trade 1640-1805; 5. Maintaining the old order 1805-44: The metis, the fur trade, and the Red River settlement; 6. The metis and the Red River Settlement 1844-70;7. Prairie Indians 1840-1900: The end of autonomy; 8. Canada's empire 1870 -1900: The region and the National Policy; 9. Manitoba 1870-1900: First newprovince of the dominion; 10. The North-West Territories 1870-1905: War an d politics; 11. Immigrant communities 1870-1940: The struggle for cultural survival; 12. Capital and labour 1900-40: Cities, resource towns, and frontier camps; 13. The rural west 1900-30: The farm, the village, and King Wheat; 14. Politics and culture 1900-29; 15. The Depression 1930-40; 16. The new west since 1940: Political and economic change; 17. Conclusion. Very goodin dust jacket. 25.00

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209 GADACZ, Rene R Pre-Spanish Commerce in the Gulf Coast Lowlands of Mexico
Western Publishers, Calgary, Alberta, 1979, 
GADACZ, Rene R. Pre-Spanish Commerce in the Gulf Coast Lowlands of Mexico. Calgary, Alberta : Western Publishers, (1979). Pp (1),ii-vi,1-98. Tables. Figures. Maps. 4to, tan card covers, lettered in black to front cover and spine. Contents : 1. Background and Aims : A Short History of Research; Culture-Historical Integration; Summary. 2. Settlement Patterns : Spatial Trends(Northwestern Chontalpa; Site Hierarchy and the Sequence of Occupation: No rthwestern Chontalpa; Spatial Trends in the Eastern Chontalpa, the Upper and Lower Grijalva, and the Usumacinta Zones); mResource Utilization and Commercial Strategies (Elements of Proxemic Science; The Locational Matrix: An Overview; The Geographical Matrix; Summary). 3. Tabasco: A Mexican-Mayan Interface (Evidence for Mexican Activity in Tabasco; Summary and Conclusions). , Inkstamp expunged with white-out, else very good. 60.00

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210 GAGAN, David P. (ed.) Prairie Perspectives : Papers of the Western Canadian Studies Conference. Secoind Printing
Holt, Rinehart and Winston of Canada Limited, Toronto / Montreal, 1971, ISBN:0039281663 
GAGAN, David P. (ed.). Prairie Perspectives : Papers of the Western Canadian Studies Conference. Prepared by the Department of History, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta. Edited with an Introduction by David P. Gagan. Toronto / Montreal : Holt, Rinehart and Winston of Canada Limited, (1971). Second Printing. Pp (1),ii-v,(1),1-95,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated yellow card covers, lettered in black. Contents : Introduction (by David Gagan); The Western Canadian Mystique (by G. F. G. Stanley); Liberals and Conservatives on the Trairies, 1917-1968 (by Denis Smith); The Roots of frame Society (by J. E. Rea); Prairie Agriculture: A Prognosis (by John Stahl); ThieImpending Identity Crisis Among Native Ppeoples (by Henry Zentner); Conclu sion (by David Smith). Very good. 12.50

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211 GEIST, V., and F. WALTHER WALTHER, F. IUCN Publications new series, No. 24 Behaviour of Ungulates and its relation to management : The Papers of an International Symposium held at the University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 2-5 November 1971
International Union for Conservation of Naure and Natural Resources, Morges, Switzerland, 1974, 
GEIST, V., and F. WALTHER (eds.). The Behaviour of Ungulates and its relation to management : The Papers of an International Symposium held at the University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 2-5 November 1971. Morges, Switzerland: International Union for Conservation of Naure and Natural Resources, 197 4. Pp (10),11-511,(1); (7),512-940,(4). Illustrated. Maps. Index. 8vo, bluecard covers, lettered in black. Contents : [Volume 1] General Introduction (by V- Geist and F. Walther). 1. Mother-infant relationships in ungulates (by Peter C. Lent). 2. Some reflections on expressive behaviour in combats and courtship of certain horned ungulates (by Fritz R. Walther). 3. Social functions of various scent glands in certain ungulates and the problems encountered in experimental studies of scent communication (by D. Muller-Schwarze). 4. Scent marking in captive Maxwell's duikers (by Katherine Ralls). 5. A comparison of the social behaviour of the Equidae (by H. Klingel). 6. Acomparison of behaviour in the Suidae (by H- Fradrich). 7. Social behaviou r of the collared peccary Dicotyles tajacu (by Lyle K. Sowls). 8. Social organization of the African Bovidae (by Richard D. Estes). 9. Observations onhome range and social organization of lesser kudu Tragelaphus imberbis (by W. Leuthold). 10. On the relationship of ecology and behaviour in the evol ution of ungulates theoretical considerations (by V.Geist). 11. The influence of foster rearing on adult social behavior in fallow deer Dama dama (by Barrie K. Gilbert). 12. Functional analysis of locomotion in pronghorn antelope (by Robert E. Bullock). 13. On the behaviour of Punjab urial Ovis orientalis punjabiensis (by George Schaller and Z.B.Mirza). 14. A comparison ofrutting behaviour and grouping in the Ethiopian and Alpine ibex (by B.Niev ergelt). 15. The social system of the white rhinoceros (by R. N. Owen-Smith). 16. On the bedding behaviour of pronghorn fawns (by Edson Fichter). 17. Courtship in the pronghorn Antilocapra americana (by Peter T. Bromley and David Kitchen). 18. Agonistic behaviour of territorial pronghorn bucks (by David Kitchen and Peter T. Bromley). 19. Sexual and aggressive behaviour of American bison Bison bison (by Dale F. Lott). 20. Rutting behaviour of Newfoundland caribou (by Arthur T. Bergerud). 21. Social organization in male groups of white-tailed deer (by Bennett A. Brown). 22. Marking behaviour andits social function in white-tailed deer (by W. Gerald Moore and L. Marchi nton). 23. Mating activity and the social significance of rams in a feral sheep?community (by Peter Grubb). 24. The social behavior of the vicuna (by William L. Franklin). 25. The social behaviour of Coke's hartebeest Alcelaphus buselaphus cokei (by L.M. Gosling). [Volume 2] Introduction (by V. Geist and F. Walther). 26. Behaviour, dynamics and management of elephant populations (by R. M. Laws). 27. Management of ungulate herds in relation to domestication (by L. M. Baskin). 28. The behaviour and ecology of camels in the Sahara, with special reference to nomadism and water management (by HildeGauthier-Pilters). 29. The role of the environment in the aggregation, mov ement and disturbance behaviour of caribou (by Arthur T. Bergerud). 30. Comparison of ungulate adaptations in the new world and the old world tropicalforests with special reference to Ceylon and the rainforests of Central Am erica (by John F. Eisenberg and George M. McKay). 31. Behavioural problems of some captive and domestic ungulates (by Marthe Kiley). 32. Remarks on the social structure and ecology of the Ceylon elephant in the Yala National Park (by F. Kurt). 33. Territoriality and population regulation in the Uganda Defassa waterbuck (by C. A. Spinage). 34. Four types of territoriality observed in a herd of black-tailed deer (by F.L.Miller). 35. The social organization of the roan antelope Hippotragus equinus and its influence on the spatial distribution of herds in the Kruger National Park (by C. J. Joubert). 36. The social organization of the East African buffalo (by A. R. E. Sinclair). 37. Aspects of the social organization of moose (by Douglas B. Houston). 38. Merino sheep: some factors affecting their distribution in very large paddocks (by J. J. Lynch). 39. Movement patterns and habitat utilization of ungulates in Ceylon (by George M. McKay and John F. Eisenberg). 40. The development of the populations of gazelles in Israel and their behavioural adaptations (by H. Mendelssohn). 41. Seasonal changes in the feeding behaviour of Barren-ground caribou on the taiga winter range (by D. R. Miller). 42. The question of polygamy at an unbalanced sex ratio in moose (by G. Markgren). 43. Food selection by Dall sheep Ovis dalli dalli (by M. E. G. Hoefs). 44. Dominance relationships as a possible regulating factor in roe deer and reindeer populations (by 0. Y. Espmark). 45. The relationship of caribou migration behaviour to pipeline construction (by A. W. F.Banfield). 46. Reaction of caribou to various types of simulated pipelines at Prudhoe Bay, Alaska (by Kenneth N. Child). 47. Fraying behaviour and management of roe deer (by H. G. Cumming). 48. Ungulate behaviour and management, with special reference to husbandry of wild ungulates on South African ranches (by R. C. Bigalke). 49. Implications of social behaviour in the management of Uganda kob (by Helmut K. Buechner). 50. Impala behaviour and its relevance tomanagement (by P. J. Jarman and M. V. Jarman). 51. The development of a So uth African game ranch (by N. N. Deane and J. M. Feely). 52. Wildlife husbandry on a Rhodesian game ranch (by P. A. Johnstone). 53. Game ranching in Texas (by James G. Teer). 54. The management of large mammals in Natal, withspecial reference to utilisation for stocking or restocking purposes (by J ohn Vincent). 55. Behaviour and domestication of the musk ox (by Paul F. Wilkinson). 56. Management implications of behaviour in the large herbivorous?mammals (by I. McTaggart Cowan). ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Spnes yellowed, penned name, else very good. The 2-volume set for 75.00

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212 Geographic Board of Canada Place-Names of Alberta
F.A. Acland, Ottawa, 1928, 
Geographic Board of Canada. Place-Names of Alberta . Ottawa: published for the Geographic Board by the Department of the Interior and F.A. Acland, 1928. Pp. [1]-138,(6), + 1 folding map at rear. 8vo, printed grey card covers with blank spine. Spine and edges lightly browned, very small split to margin of map, else vg. 20.00

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213 Geology - Petroleum - Alberta) Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology : Special Guide Book Issue : Flathead Valley
Alberta Society of Petroleum Geologists, 1964, 
(Geology - Petroleum - Alberta). Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology : Special Guide Book Issue : Flathead Valley. Vol. 12, August 1964. Fourteenth Annual Field Conference. Calgary: The Alberta Society of Petroleum Geologists, 1964. Pp. 333-609. Illustrated with four folding charts, numerous plates and drawings. Large folded map in pouch at rear. 8vo, blue printed card covers. A few faint creases to lower front corner, else vg. 50.00

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214 GERTLER, L. O. (ed.) Planning the Canadian Environment. First Edition
Harvest House, Montreal, 1968, 
GERTLER, L. O. (ed.). Planning the Canadian Environment. Montreal : HarvestHouse, (1968). First Edition. Pp (6),[11]-311,(3). Illustrated. Maps. 8vo, red cloth, lettered in white. Contents : Introduction (by L.O. Gertler). P art I - The Evolution of Planning in Canada. Thomas Adams and the Commission of Conversation (by Alan H. Armstrong). The Patron Saint of Town Planningin British Columbia (by H. Peter Oberlander). The Origin of Colonial Settl ements in the Maritimes (by Michael Hugo-Brunt). Some Economic and Social Influences on Regional Planning in Alberta (by Leonard O. Gertler). Part II - The Background Ideas. The Fundamental Aims of Planning (by A. Benjamin Handler). Suburbs: Myth and Reality (by Andre Saumier). Panners Concert (by Humphrey S.M. Carver). Part III - Land, as Resource and Space. Resources forTomorrow, The Background Papers (by John Dakin). Resource Planning at the Federal Level (by J.L. Jenness). Recreation Area Planning: Some Physical and Ecological Requirements (by Eugene Mattyasovsky). Land Speculation: Its Effects and Controls (by R.W.G. Bryant). Part IV - Developing and Planning the Regions of Canada. Observations on Canadian Cities, 1960-61 (by E.T. Rashleigh). Flemingdon Park, A New Urban Community (by Macklin L. Hancock). Metropolitan Man, Some Economic and Social Aspects (by Murray Jones). Fort Saskatchewan: An Industrial Satellite of Edmonton (by P.J. Smith). Part V - Perspectives for Regional Planning. A Tale of Two Cities (by Nigel H. Richardson). Regional Planning (by Hans Blumenfeld). International Trends on Urban and Regional Planning (by Ralph M. Rookwood). Planning of the Metropolitan Region (by Gordon Stephenson). Spine sunned, penned name, else very god. 35.00

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Social Impact of Canadian Forces Bases Upon Their Host Communities : A Report of Findings on the Visits to CFB Shilo and its Host Community, GIAN, M. S. and T. H. GOODFELLOW GOODFELLOW, T. H. ORAE Memorandum No. M62)
215 GIAN, M. S. and T. H. GOODFELLOW GOODFELLOW, T. H. ORAE Memorandum No. M62) Social Impact of Canadian Forces Bases Upon Their Host Communities : A Report of Findings on the Visits to CFB Shilo and its Host Community
Department of National Defense, 1975, 1975 
GIAN, M. S. and Major T. H. GOODFELLOW. The Social Impact of Canadian Forces Bases Upon Their Host Communities : A Report of Findings on the Visits to CFB Shilo and its Host Community. ORAE Memorandum No. M62. Ottawa : Department of National Defense, January 1975. Pp. 34, leaves type-written on one side only. Large 8vo (8˝ x 11), pale green card covers, black cloth tape spine.

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216 GIBSON, Morris HERRIOT, James (foreword) One Man's Medicine. First Edition in dustjacket
Collins, 1981, ISBN:0002168316 
GIBSON, Morris. One Man's Medicine. Foreword by James Herriot. Toronto: Collins, (1981). First Canadian Edition. Pp. (18),1-218,(4). 8vo, blue hardcovers, silver titles to spine. Roland, Secondary Sources in the History of Canadian Medicine: A Bibliography, Volume 1, pp.105 &139. Dr. Gibson now lives on Vancouver Island. From 1955 to 1978 he practised medicine in Alberta,lfirst as a physician in the foothills town of Okotoks, later as Professor and Head, Division of Family Medicine, University of Calgary. But his medical career had started in the years just before the Second World War in Scotland where he studied at the University of Glasggow, and where he met his wife. Janet, herself a medical student. From student, to graduate, to army doctor, to physician in private practice, the Morris Gibson's story flows along, giving a kaleidoscopic picture of a country and a people in war and peace. At the heart of the book are the postwar years the Gibsons spent as young doctors building up a practice in the old and much bomb-damaged Yorkshire seaport of Kingston-upon-Hull." from the dj. Very good in lightly rubbeddustjacket (a few short closed tears). 17.50

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Angola Awake.  First Edition in dustjacket, GILCHRIST, Sid LEGGE, Garth, foreword GILCHRIST, W.S.
217 GILCHRIST, Sid LEGGE, Garth, foreword GILCHRIST, W.S. Angola Awake. First Edition in dustjacket
Ryerson Press, 1968, 1968 
GILCHRIST, Sid. Angola Awake. (Toronto) : The Ryerson Press, (February 1968). First Edition. Pp (4),v-xiii,(5)1-123,(3), + 12- page central section of b&w photos. 8vo, red cloth, gilt lettering to spine.

Dr. William Sidney ("Sid") Gilchrist (b. February 9, 1901, Pictou, Nova Scotia - d. June 14, 1970, Red Deer, Alberta) Canadian doctor and Christian missionary.

Some give birthplace as Poplar Hill, near River John. See Marble pp.179-180.

"A resume of Angola's history provides
a background against which today's agony may be better understood. This searching volume is sure to stimulate those who read it to think more and care more about Angola and all of southern Africa." - from the dj flap.

Foreword by Garth Legge;
Preface;
The chapters [un-numbered in the book] are :

1. Africa's Yesterday and Bantu Background in Angola;
2. An Early Venture in Portuguese-African Partnership
3. 1884: The African Pie and the Piece Called Angola;
4. The Portuguese Presence in Angola;
5. My Africa.
6. Angolan Ins and Outs;
7. Degrees of Violence on the Way to Freedom;
8. The Portuguese Delusion;
9. Christian Missions: Handmaidens of Colonialism?;
10. Christian Missions: Enemies of Colonialism?;
11. Nutritional Problems in Angola;
12. Missionaries and Their Home Governments;
13. The Tightening Noose.

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218 GILL, James E., ed. Royal Society of Canada Special Publications, 2. BERGERON, Robert. FAHRIG, W.F. Proterozoic in Canada.
University of Toronto Press / Royal Society of Canada, Toronto, 1957, 
GILL, James E., ed. The Proterozoic in Canada. Toronto : published by The University of Toronto Press in co-operation with The Royal Society of Canada, 1957. Pp. (4),[v]-x,(2),3-191,(1), + 1 folding figure. 8vo, green cloth with black lettering to front board and spine. The Royal Society of Canada Special Publications number 2. "'Proterozoic' rock groups include those Precambrian rocks that are least deformed and metamorphosed. Except for the absence of fossils in the sediments they differ little from younger rocks and geologists have felt considerable confidence in interpreting their origins and historical significance. Because of this and the occurrence in them of important economci deposits, they have been examind in great detail in somelocalities. The results of such studies and of others of a reconnaissance nature are summarized in the descriptive papers in this volume." - from thepreface. Contents: Introductory: "Proterozoic in Canada" (J.M. Harrison an d K.E. Eade); discussion by J.T. Wilson; "Life in the Proterozoic" (Alice E. Wilson); "Dating the Proterozoic in Canada" (R.M. Farquhar and R.D. Russell). The Canadian Shield: "Proterozoic Rocks of the Southern Part of the Canadian Shield: Summary" (James E. Thomson); "Proterozoic Rocks of Northwestern Quebec and Larder Lake, Ontario" (James E. Thomson); "The Proterozoic of the Cobalt Area" (Robert Thomson); "The Proterozoic of the Matachewan - Wanapitei - Temagami Area" (James E. Thomson); "The Questionable ProterozoicRocks of the Sudbury - Espanola Area" (James E. Thomson); "Stratigraphy, Q uirke Lake - Elliot Lake Sector, Blind River Area, Ontario" (S.M. Roscoe); "The North Shore of Lake Huron from Gladstone to Spragge Townships" (E.M. Abraham); "The Proterozoic of the Original Huronian" (James E. Thomson); "The Proterozoic of the Mamainse Point Area" (James E. Thomson); "The Proterozoic of the Port Arthur and Lake Nipigon Regions, Ontario" (W.W. Moorhouse);"Questionable Proterozoic Rocks of Manitoba" (G.H. Charlewood and J.F. Dav ies); "Proterozoic Rocks of the Northwest Territories and Saskatchewan" (I.C. Brown and G.M. Wright); "The Proterozoic Stratigraphiy of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago and Northwestern Greenland" (R.G. Blackadar); "Proterozoic Rocks of the Northern Part of the Labrador Geosyncline, the Cape Smith Belt, and the Richmond Gulf Area" (Robert Bergeron, pp. 101-111); "Geology ofCertain Proterozoic Rocks in Quebec and Labrador" (W.F. Fahrig, pp. 112-12 3); "Late Precambrian Rocks of the North Shore of the St. Lawerence River and of the Mistassini and Otish Mountains Areas, Quebec" (Robert Bergeron); "The Grenville PRovince" (D.F. Hewitt). Concluding: "The Proterozoic of Eastern Canadian Appalachia" (L.J. Weeks); "The Proterozoic of the Cordillera in Southeastern British Columbia and Southwestern Alberta" (J.E. Reesor); "Possible Proterozoic Occurrences in British Columbia, the Yukon and Northwest Territories" (H.C. Gunning); summary and discussion by J.E. Gill. Very good. 20.00

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219 GILLHAM, Charles E. HINES, Bob Raw North. US in dj
A.S. Barnes, New York, 1947, 
GILLHAM, Charles E. Raw North. Illustrated by Bob Hines. New York : A.S. Barnes and Co., (1947). Pp 275. 8vo, blue cloth. Lotz, Yukon Bibliography p.5, Arctic Bibliography 5757, Tourville, Alaska, A Bibliography 1725, Falk, Alaska History: An Annotated Bibliography 1150, Smith, Pacific Northwest Americana p.121, Rhodenizer p.22. Charles Edward Gillham. Contents : Take-Off;Fort McMurray; Fort Chipewyan; Fort Smith; Back Country; Fort Resolution; Fort Simpson; Fort Norman; Fort Good Hope; Aklavik; More Aklavik; Eskimos; To Tuktoyaktuk; Victoria Island; Bush Pilots; Northwest Passage; Old Crow, Yukon Territory; Porcupine River; Fort Yukon; Lower Yukon; Hooper bay Folk;Back to Fort Yukon; Circle City; Alaska Game; Fairbanks and Out. Very good in worn and chipped dustjacket. 50.00

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220 GILLHAM, Charles E. HINES, Bob Raw North..
A.S. Barnes, New York, 1947, 
GILLHAM, Charles E. Raw North. Illustrated by Bob Hines. New York : A.S. Barnes and Co., (1947). Pp 275. 8vo, blue cloth. Lotz, Yukon Bibliography p.5, Arctic Bibliography 5757, Tourville, Alaska, A Bibliography 1725, Falk, Alaska History: An Annotated Bibliography 1150, Smith, Pacific Northwest Americana p.121, Rhodenizer p.22. Charles Edward Gillham. Contents : Take-Off;Fort McMurray; Fort Chipewyan; Fort Smith; Back Country; Fort Resolution; Fort Simpson; Fort Norman; Fort Good Hope; Aklavik; More Aklavik; Eskimos; To Tuktoyaktuk; Victoria Island; Bush Pilots; Northwest Passage; Old Crow, Yukon Territory; Porcupine River; Fort Yukon; Lower Yukon; Hooper bay Folk;Back to Fort Yukon; Circle City; Alaska Game; Fairbanks and Out. Lightly s unned, bookplate, else very good. 27.50

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