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201 CLARK, Brenda SPROULL-THOMSON, Jane Spirits of Earth and Water
Newfoundland Museum, 1981, 
CLARK, Brenda. Spirits of Earth and Water. With Jane Sproull-Thomson. N.pl.:[Newfoundland Museum], 1981. Pp. 49. With 24 plates.Square 8vo, blue ill. card covers, white titles to front. The accompanying catalogue to a travelling exhibition produced by the Newfoundland Museum, with the assistance of the National Museums of Canada, focusing on the Dorset Eskimo culture in Newfoundland and Labrador. Creasing along the spine and to the lower front corner, owner's name inkstamped to the title page, else vg. 12.00

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Charm Against the Pain : 29 Voices from Newfoundland : An Anthology of All New Writing from Newfoundland, CLARK, Joan, intro. QUELLER, Georgina Olivere, ed. BUCHANAN, Roberta, ed. RUBIA, Geraldine Chafe, ed.
202 CLARK, Joan, intro. QUELLER, Georgina Olivere, ed. BUCHANAN, Roberta, ed. RUBIA, Geraldine Chafe, ed. Charm Against the Pain : 29 Voices from Newfoundland : An Anthology of All New Writing from Newfoundland
Pennywell / Flanker Press, St. John's, NF, 2006, ISBN:189446396x 2006 189446396x / 9781894463966 
CLARK, Joan, intro. A Charm Against the Pain : 29 Voices from Newfoundland : An Anthology of All New Writing from Newfoundland. With an introduction by Joan Clark. Edited by Georgina Olivere Queller, Roberta Buchanan, and Geraldine Chafe Rubia. St. John's, NF : Pennywell / Flanker Press, (2006). First Edition. Pp. [i]-xxiii,(1),[1]-341,(3). 8vo, photo-illustrated grey card covers.
Includes contributions from
Lillian Bouzane,
Michael Bruce-Lockhart,
Roberta Buchanan,
Lillian Bursey,
Grace Butt,
Libby Creelman,
Eileen Dicks,
M.T. Dohaney,
Danette Dooley,
Anne Ferncase,
Geraldine Flannigan,
Maggie Heneghan,
Fran Baird Innes,
Kathleen Knowles,
Peggy Smith Krachun,
Jane McNaughton,
Alison Melvin,
Bernice Morgan,
Jennifer Morgan,
Trudy J. Morgan-Cole,
Hilda Chaulk Murray,
Paul O'Neill,
Helen Fogwill Porter,
Marilyn Porter,
Georgina Olivere Queller,
Geraldine Chafe Rubia,
Joan Scott,
Esther Slaney-Brown, and
Laura Morry Williams.

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203 CLARK, Joan, intro. QUELLER, Georgina Olivere, ed. BUCHANAN, Roberta, ed. RUBIA, Geraldine Chafe, ed. Charm Against the Pain : 29 Voices from Newfoundland : An Anthology of All New Writing from Newfoundland. signed by editor.
Pennywell / Flanker Press, St. John's, NF, 2006, ISBN:189446396x 
CLARK, Joan, intro. A Charm Against the Pain : 29 Voices from Newfoundland : An Anthology of All New Writing from Newfoundland. With an introduction by Joan Clark. Edited by Georgina Olivere Queller, Roberta Buchanan, and Geraldine Chafe Rubia. St. John's, NF : Pennywell / Flanker Press, (2006). First Edition. Pp. [i]-xxiii,(1),[1]-341,(3). 8vo, photo-illustrated grey cardcovers. Includes contributions from Lillian Bouzane, Michael Bruce-Lockhar t, Roberta Buchanan, Lillian Bursey, Grace Butt, Libby Creelman, Eileen Dicks, M.T. Dohaney, Danette Dooley, Anne Ferncase, Geraldine Flannigan, Maggie Heneghan, Fran Baird Innes, Kathleen Knowles, Peggy Smith Krachun, Jane McNaughton, Alison Melvin, Bernice Morgan, Jennifer Morgan, Trudy J. Morgan-Cole, Hilda Chaulk Murray, Paul O'Neill, Helen Fogwill Porter, Marilyn Porter, Georgina Olivere Queller, Geraldine Chafe Rubia, Joan Scott, Esther Slaney-Brown, and Laura Morry Williams. Vg. Signed, inscribed and dated by editor Georgina Queller on the half-title leaf. 14.00

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204 CLARKE, Sandra National Museum of Man, Mercury Series : Paper 80 North-West River (Sheshatshit) Montagnais: A Grammatical Sketch
National Museums of Canada, 1982, 
CLARKE, Sandra. North-West River (Sheshatshit) Montagnais: A Grammatical Sketch. National Museum of Man, Mercury Series: Canadian Ethnology Service Paper No. 80. Ottawa: National Museums of Canada, 1982. Pp. 185. 4to, white card covers, black titles to front and spine. An outline of the grammatical categories and inflections, both nominal and verbal, of the Montagnais dialect of North-west River, Labrador. Small smudge to fore-edge, else vg. 35.00

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205 CLOUSTON, Al Christmas Coloring Book of Newfoundland Fun
The author, St. John's, NF, 1988, ISBN:0969372302 
CLOUSTON, Al. Christmas Coloring Book of Newfoundland Fun . (St. John's, NF: The author, 1988). Pp. [48]. Unpaginated. Illustrated. 4to, illustrated stapled yellow card covers. Vg. 6.00

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Outport :  Reflections from the Newfoundland Coast.. in dj. signed, COCHRANE, Candace PAGE, Roger, (ed.) O'NEILL, Patrick
206 COCHRANE, Candace PAGE, Roger, (ed.) O'NEILL, Patrick Outport : Reflections from the Newfoundland Coast.. in dj. signed
Addison-Wesley, 1981, 
COCHRANE, Candace. Outport : Reflections from the Newfoundland Coast. Edited by Roger Page. Don Mills : Addison-Wesley, (1981). Pp [i]-xii,1-155,(1). Map. Oblong 8vo, black cloth. "Though I travelled throughout Labrador and Northern Newfoundland for the [Quebec Labrador] Foundation, the outport of Conche on the Northern Peninsula became my base. Most of the photographs were taken in and around Conche. The stories and comments scattered through the book were transcribed from conversations with people from Conche and Northeast Crouse." - p.vi. Sections: The Coming of Winter; Them Times; The Cove; At the Fish; Out in Boat; Up Home; At the Time; Not a Hen Here Now. "Words spoken by Gertrude Kearney Bromley, Clifforf Carroll, Wanda Carrol, John Casey, Greg Chaytor, John Edward Dower, Bridget Hope Flynn, John Gardiner, Herbert Hunt, Nora Dower Hunt, Hubert Joy, Patrick O'Neill". Tape marks/tears to endpapers, else vg in rubbed dj. Signed by the author. 50.00

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207 COCHRANE, J. A. PARSONS, A. W.) Story of Newfoundland
Ginn and Company, Boston, 1949, 
COCHRANE, J. A.. The Story of Newfoundland. Revised by A. W. Parsons. Toronto: Ginn and Company, (1949). Authorized by the Department of Education foruse in the schools of Newfoundland. Pp. 288, [1]. Illustrated. Colour fron tis. 8vo, blue-grey illustrated cloth. A school text giving the student a short history of Newfoundland with a final chapter concerning that province's entry into Confederation. Includes questions and exercises at the end of each chapter. Browning to spine and light rubbing to boards, name to front pastedown and flyleaf, occasional underlining, else very good. 25.00

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208 COCHRANE, J.A. Newfoundland Arithmetics : Third Book : (Grades Seven, Eight, and Nine).
Ginn and Company, Boston, 1938, 
SMITH, Dvid Eugene, Eva May LUSE, eDWARD lONGWORTH morss AND wILFRED mARVENADDISON. Newfoundland Arithmetics : Third Book : (Grades Seven, Eight, and Nine). Boston, Montreal, London : Ginn and Company, (1938). Pp (2), iii-v, 1-454,(1-20, Answers section), frontis. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated red cloth. Not in O'Dea. A worn copy, with the names of David Parsons, St. John's, Rhoda Parson, Bishop's Fall, and Evelyn Bell, Deer Lake. One early leafloose (pages ii-iii). As is. 25.00

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209 COFFIN, Stewart. Black Spruce Journals : Tales of Canoe-Tripping in the Maine Woods, the Boreal Spruce Forests of Northern Canada, and the Barren Grounds. Paperback.
Heron Dance Press, Williston, VT, 2007, ISBN:9781933937403 
COFFIN, Stewart. Black Spruce Journals : Tales of Canoe-Tripping in the Maine Woods, the Boreal Spruce Forests of Northern Canada, and the Barren Grounds. (Williston, VT: Heron Dance Press, 2007). First Printing. Pp. (8),1-183,(1). With 99 black and white photos and 7 map reproductions. 8vo, illustrated pale green card covers with black lettering to front cover and spine. "Stewart Coffin writes vividly and compellingly of nearly fifty years of canoe travel in Maine, Quebec,m the Barren Lands, and Labrador. The logistical, physical, and psychological demands of canoeing in remote country are described convincingly. Likewise, Coffin's observatrions about his companionson the trail emphasize the importance of judging shrewdly the persons with whom one is going to share food, portages, rapids, and bad weather." - fro m the rear cover. Contents: The Great Outdoors; The Rapid River; The Dead and Kennebec Rivers; Against All Odds; Eddie Dutelle; The Boat Business; TheMaine Woods; Into the Canadian Wilds; The Kazan River; The George River; T he Wacouno River; The Naskaupi River; The Moisie River; Nature Photographer; The Kipawa and Dumoine Rivers; The Romaine River; The Bow Trip and the Ste. Marguerite River; The Wakwayowkastic River; The Ugjoktok River; Across Labrador by Paddle and Pedal; The Magpie River; The Ashuanipi River; More Adventures, 1986-1988; Adventures with George Luste; Around the Campfire; Paddles; Back to the Maine Woods. Very good. 35.00

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Atlantic Canada Quiz: How much do you know about Atlantic Canada?, COISH, Calvin
210 COISH, Calvin Atlantic Canada Quiz: How much do you know about Atlantic Canada?
Nimbus, Halifax, 2008, ISBN:9781551096476 2008 1551096471 / 9781551096476 
COISH, Calvin. Atlantic Canada Quiz : How much do you know about Atlantic Canada?. (Halifax, NS) : Nimbus Publishing, (2008). First Edition. Pp. (2,1-125 (1). 8vo, illustraed blue and grey cardcovers.

For Calvin E. Coish (b. 1948, Stag Harbour, Fogo Island, Newfoundland), see ENL I:476.

"You may think you know a lot about Atlantic Canada - but wait until you try Atlantic Canada Quiz. Do you know which NHL hockey player from Nova Scotia won the 2007 Lou Marsh trophy as Canada's outstanding athelete? Which New Brunswick postmaster-general put his own picture on an 1860 postage stamp? Who was appointed the first poet laureate of PEI in 2002? Which Newfoundland community was called Jack of Clubs Cove? Find the answers to these questions and many more!

Twice the size of the bestselling Canada Quiz, Atlantic Canada Quiz tests the limits of your knowledge of the Atlantic provinces with 1,000 questions. Each quiz offers a variety of topics and difficulty levels, so the whole family, classroom, or office can play. Impress your friends, educate your children, and challenge your visitors, while satisfying your curiosity about all things related to Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador." - from rear cover

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211 COISH, Calvin (comp. and ed.) Newfoundland Datebook
Lifestyle Books, Grand Falls Windsor, NF, 1983, ISBN:0969112610 
COISH, Calvin (comp. and ed.). Newfoundland Datebook . A datebook that's never outdated, good any date any year. Compiled and edited by Calvin Coish. (Grand Falls Windsor, NF: Lifestyle Books, 1983). Pp. (4),1-189,(1). 8vo, illustrated white card covers with blue comb-bound spine. A chronological listing of days depicting key events relating to Newfoundland and Labrador history. Nearly a quarter of the events listed are of shipwrecks in and around Newfoundland's oft-treacherous waters. Rubbed, else vg. 15.00

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212 COISH, Calvin Atlantic Advocate 70:01 MOSHER, Edith HORWOOD, Joan Signal Hill"
1979, 
COISH, Calvin. "Signal Hill". An article in The Atlantic Advocate, September 1979. Vol.70, No.1. Pp 72-75 (1 photo). Triple column. Lg.8vo. Also Joan Horwood's "Newfoundland's Search for Oil" (pp.40-43); Dorothy Perkyns' "Leaving Home, Coming Home" on actress Florence Paterson. Christine Aikenhead's "Port of Halifax in Big Leagues"; Julie V. Watson's "Horses and Handlers at Kings Landing"; David Goss' "Saint John's Bandstand Sounds Again"; Edith Mosher's "Down the Fundy Shore"; Dorothy Dearborn's "Port of Saint John - Planning into the 1990s"; K.M. Miller's "DesBarres' 70,000 Acres": Jean V. Leslie's "The Hector Comes Home"; "Terry Murphy's "Woodstock's Community College"; Richard K. Doyle's "Your Money or Your Muscle: Statute Labor in New Brunswick"; Dan Ross' short story "That Certain Moment"; plus others. Vg. 6.00

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My Life For What It’s Worth : Growing up on Twillingate island. Early life in the Outports. First Edition, Signed, COLBOURNE, Lloyd
213 COLBOURNE, Lloyd My Life For What It’s Worth : Growing up on Twillingate island. Early life in the Outports. First Edition, Signed
Outport Publishing, St. John’s, 2014, ISBN:1926689798 
COLBOURNE, Lloyd. My Life For What It’s Worth [front covers adds subtitle: : Growing up on Twillingate island. Early life in the Outports. (St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador : DRC Publishing, 2014). First Edition. Pp (4),5- 239,(1). With 26 b&w photos in the text. 8vo, photo-illustrated red cardcovers. " I was always a bit skeptical about the Heavens, and the Earth being created in only six days anyway. In my later days at Sunday School I said so. My teacher, Mrs. Pennell, tried to change my mind by giving me a smack in the head with a rolled up Easter Special Service program. It was to fix my skepticism and my heresy. The whack was to knock some sense into my head, she explained. My only crime was my choice of words not my thesis. I had casually expressed the opinion that I thought that God, the poor bugger, needed a rest, of at least one day, after all that work. She agreed with myobservation, but took a strong exception to “the poor bugger”. Thus the kn ock." Excerpt from Page 119 on rear cover. Chapters : 1. War Years; 2. Growing Up; 3. Ready for School ; 4. Early School Days; 5. A Time of War; 6. USInvasion [by the American Coast Guard and its Quonset huts]; 7. Troubled T imes; 8. Bad News; 9. Dark Days; 10. Life Goes On; 11. Feeling My Oats; 12.A Day of Rest; 13. Coping with Crises; 14. Welcomed Spring; 15. Turning Po int; 16. Close Call; 17. A Good Shot; 18. The Last Straw; 19. Politics; 20.Looking Up; 21. The Letter; 22. The Trolley; 23. Reluctant Visit; 24. Reve lations. Very good. Signed, with inscription, by Colbourne on the title-page. 20.00

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214 COLLINS, Angela Learning By Heart : A Poignant Account of Teaching in Rural Newfoundland inthe 1950s : Fiction. 1st pbk.
Creative Publishers, St. John's, NF, 2001, ISBN:1894294394 
COLLINS, Angela. Learning By Heart : A Poignant Account of Teaching in Rural Newfoundland in the 1950s . Fiction by Angela Collins. St. John's, NF: Creative Publishers, 2001. First Canadian Printing. Pp. (10),1-149,(1). 8vo, illustrated card covers with white spine. "'Learning by Heart' is a poignant acount of the 'teaching life' in isolated communities in pre- and post-Confederation Newfoundland, a fine blend of personal and social history in which the Newfoundland setting is a strong presence throughout, a detailed backdrop for the book's convincing realism." - from the rear cover. Vg. 10.00

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Always A Straight Shooter. signed by author, COLLINS, Harold
215 COLLINS, Harold Always A Straight Shooter. signed by author
DRC Publishing, St. John's, 2004, ISBN:0968420958 
COLLINS, Harold. Always A Straight Shooter. (St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador : DRC Publishing, 2004). First Edition. Pp (5),vi-x,1-213,(1). Illustrated with 2 maps and 10 b&w photos in the text. 8vo, art-illustrated cardcovers, lettered in maroon, black and white. Cover art by Audrey Cole.

The caption "Bessie Sheppard" has been added (or corrected?) on a small label on p.208.

Harold Anthony Collins (b. May 21, 1925, Indian Islands, Notre Dame Bay - d. November 10, 2015, St. John's) worker with Canadian National Telegraph, later a Newfoundland MHA.

Contents : Foreword by Frank Moores.

[Part 1] My Boyhood on Indian Islands :
1. [unnamed].
2. Where is Indian Islands?
3. Growing Up.
4. My Mother's Work Day.
5. Memories of a Small Boy.
6. Christmas on Indian Islands.
7. The Long Hard Winter.
8. Wood Cutting.
9. The Big Cod Fish Haul.
10. The Demon of Blundon's Island.
11. Survival.
12. Partridgeberry Picking on Copper Island.
13. The Fall of the Year.
14. How to Track an Owl.
15. The Night That Horwood's Boom Burst.
16. Bonfire Night.
17. More Memories.
18. You Hum It and I'll Play It.
19. The Fishery of 1938.


[Part 2] My Work Life :
20. My First Job.
21. My First Office: Harbour Deep [postmaster, radio operator for this community on east coast of the Great Northern Peninsula].
22. The Unsettled Years: Topsail Experience.
23. The Wreck of the Acme [a 100-ton, two-masted schooner];
24. Gander Bay: My Other Home.
25. Uncle Joe's Horse.
26. 120's at Uncle Joe's [a card game].
27. Snaring Rabbits.
28. Married to Joan.
29. My High Jump Record.
30. Postings to Corner Brook and then St. John's. 31. How's Your Mother?
32. My Move to Gander.
33. The Jupiter Hotel.
34. Shooting My First Caribou.
35. Fishng With Larry G.
36. Caribou Hunting: Wall's Pond [September 1963, with George Turner].
37. Down the Gander River With Olendo [ Olendo Gillingham ].
38. My First Exposure to Politics.
39. Renewing Old Friendships.


[[Part 3] My Political Life :
40. Politics.
41. Shooting Birds.
42. Tales from My Days in the House of Assembly.
43. Politickng on Fogo Island.
44. Frank Moores Elected.
45. End of the Smallwood Era.
46. Cabinet Shuffle.
47. The Governmet Ram.
48. Department of Health.
49. An Old Friend Called.
The People of Eastern Indian Island (that I recall) [a four-page list];
The People of Perry's Island, Western Indian Islands that Granville Hoddinott can personally recall from the late 1930s and early 40s [a two-page list].

Gift inscription, else very good. Signed without inscription by the author. 35.00

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216 COLLINS, Nish BONNELL, Edsel, foreword COLLINS, Ignatius Patrick Rhymes of the Times : A Collection of Current Poems in the Newfoundland Scene. Signed
St. John's, 1970, 
COLLINS, Nish. Rhymes of the Times : A Collection of Current Poems in the Newfoundland Scene. (St. John's) : The Author, (1970). First Edition. Pp (2),[1]-96. 8vo, card covers. O'Dea 4526a. (Ignatius Collins, b.1928). Foreword by Edsel Bonnell of the Daily News. The cover which acts as the title-page also adds: "Political, Youth, Humorous, Nursery Rhymes, Philosphical, Travel, Domestic". 150 poems (reprinted from the Daily News) including "As Tourists See Us"; "Bowring Park"; "Our Man in Japan" and "J.R.'s Seal of Approval" [both on Smallwood]; "PreElection Thoughts; "Double Tragedy " [on the Enterprise and the Patrick Morris]; "Caplin Time"; "Eastport Festival"; "Humber Valley's New Look"; "Outport Charms"; "Fish Folklore"; "Trouting Initiation"; "The Glorious 24th" [on fishing]; "St.John's Fish Plant"; "Regatta Postscript"; "One Up for Teachers"; "Come-by-Chance Finale"; "Stephenville Brewery"; "Greater Placentia"; "Placentia Regatta, 1970"; "Placentia Regatta and Politics"; "Is Wyatt the Riot Quiet?" [on Dorothy]; "Signal Hill Tattoo"; "Folk Arts"; "The Witless Bay Line"; "Off to the Labrador"; and "A Library" (p.15). Very good. Signed. 25.00

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217 COLLINS, Tony MORRISON, Terry, ed GUY, Ray, foreword Irate Neighbours and Amorous Tenants
Newfoundland and Labrador Rural Development Council, Gander, 1992, 
COLLINS, Tony. Irate Neighbours and Amorous Tenants. Edited by Terry Morrison. With a Foreword by Ray Guy. (Gander) : Newfoundland and Labrador Rural Development Council, (1992). First Printing. Pp 1112. 8vo, card covers. A collection of humourous pieces by Gander-living St.John's native and editor of the Council's magazine The Rounder. Corner of title-page clipped, else vg. 7.00

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218 COLTON, Glenn David. EMERSON, Frederick R.). Newfoundland Rhapsody : Frederick R. Emerson and the Musical Culture of theIsland. First Edition in dustjacket.
McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2014, ISBN:9780773542518 
(EMERSON, Frederick R.). COLTON, Glenn David. Newfoundland Rhapsody : Frederick R. Emerson and the Musical Culture of the Island. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, (2014). First Printing. Pp. (6),[vii]-xv,(3),[3]-401,(7). 8vo, blue paper covered boards, silver lettering to spine. "Frederick Rennie Emerson (1895-1972) was a dynamic presence in the cultural and intellectual fabric of Newfoundland and Labrador for much of the twentieth cnetury. A musician, lawyer, educator, and folklore enthusiast, Emerson was instrumental in the preservation and medation of Newfoundland culture in the tumultuous decades prior to and following Confederation with Canada in 1949. In 'Newfoundland Rhapsody' Glenn Colton shoiws how Emerson fostered greater awareness and understanding of Newfoundland's cultural heritage in local, national, and international contexts. His collaboration with song collector Maud Karpeles in the late 1920s preserved some of the most cherished folk songs in the English lagnuage, and a decade later, his lectures at Memorial University College emphasized folk traditions and classical repertoire to inspire cultural discovery for an entire generation." - from the dustjacket. Contents: 1. The Early Years: Family Life, Bishop Feild College, and the 'Ode to Newfoundland'; 2. Across the Pond and Back Again: Framingham College, Early Musical Works, the Practice of Law, and Marriage to Isabel Jameson; 3. At Home in 'Quinnipiac': Family Life, Foreign Guests, and Newfoundland's 'Cultural Ambassador'; 4. Cultural Awakenings and Kindred Spirits: Queen's College, the 'Voice of Newfoundland', and Eleanor Mews Jerrett; 5. 'She's Like the Swallow': Maud Karpeles, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Frederick Emerson, and the Preservation of Newfoundland Folksongs; 6. Of Folk Schools and Folk Theatre: The Markland Settlement and 'Proud Kate Sullivan'; 7. For the Love of Music: Memorial University College and the Newfoundland Folk Music Lectures; 8. 'I just arrived in Canada': Emerson, the CanadaCouncil, and the Canadian Folk Music Society; 9. Final Opus. With appendic es and index. Very good in crisp dustjacket. 35.00

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219 CONNELLY, Dolly KENYON, Walter A. ROSS, W. Gillies APOLLONIO, Spencer Walrus skin boat. An article on in The Beaver : Magazine of the North, Autumn 1965, Outfit 296
Hudson's Bay Company, Winnipeg, 1965, 
CONNELLY, Dolly. “Walrus skin boat.” An article on in The Beaver : Magazineof the North, Autumn 1965, Outfit 296, pp 12-21, with 20 illustrations. Wi nnipeg : Hudson's Bay Company, 1965. Pp [1]-59,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated brown stapled card covers. Also : “Holiday 1856 in Honolulu” (by Flora Hamilton Burns, pp 4-11); “McLeod Lake Post” (by Patricia Johnson, pp 22-29); “Exploration of the Unknown River in the Labrador” (by W. Gillies Ross, pp 30-35); “The story of the Canadian Fur Trade: Part III” (by W.A. McKay, pp 36-41); “Devon Island Report” (by Spencer Apollonio, pp 42-47); “The 'Old House' at Albany” [archaeology] (by Walter A. Kenyon, pp 48-52); “The Sixth Meridian” (by Donald Denmark, pp 53-57). Rubbed, else very good. 15.00

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220 CONNORS, William Winds of History: Notable Newfoundland Events. pbk.
Creative, St. John's, NF, 1995, ISBN:1895387531 
CONNORS, William. Winds of History: Notable Newfoundland Events. St.John's : Creative Publishers, 1995. Pp (3),iv-vii,8-159,(1). Illustrated. Oblong 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. A collection of newspaper articles relating noteworthy events in Newfoundland's history. Much nautical. Contents: "The Brendan Made It"; "Oldest Confirmed European Settlement in the New World"; "The Gaia Arrives"; "Cabot and the New Isle"; "The Oldest Colony"; "The Last of the Beothucks"; "The Anglican Cathedral"; "The Basilica"; "The Great Submarine Electric Telegraph Cable"; "The Heart's Content Cable"; "The Great Fire"; "Reception for General Booth"; "Laying the Corner Stone of CabotTower"; "The Greenland Disaster"; "The Petty Harbour Hydro Electric Statio n"; "The street cars run for the first time"; "Laying the Corner Stone of the Court House"; "Marconi Spans the Ocean"; "Ode to Newfoundland"; "Celebrations in Grand Falls"; "The Newfoundland Disaster"; "Loss of the Southern Cross"; "The gift of Bowring Park"; "Departure of the First Five Hundred"; "Departure of the Second Contingent"; "The loss of gthe Florizel"; "Ethel Dickinson"; "Thomas Ricketts, the youngest V.C."; "The flight of Alcock and Brown"; "Unveiling the Sergeants Monument"; "July First Parade, 1924"; "The unveiling of Newfoundland's War Memorial"; "Programme for Veterans' Week [1924]"; "Unveiling Ceremony at Beaumont Hamel"; "Epitaph at the Entrance to Newfoundland Memorial Park, Beaumont Hamel"; "Hum on the Humber"; "Memorialto little Betty Munn"; "Earthquake and Tidal Wave Disaster"; "The Viking D isaster"; "The 1932 Riot"; "Amelia Earhart flies the Atlantic solo"; "Loss of Responsible Government"; "The inauguration of Commission of Government";"Lindbergh welcomed to Newfoundland"; "Georgia Twillingate Stirling"; "The silver jubilee of George V"; "Founder of the Scout movement visists Newfou ndland"; "Visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth"; "First artillery draft reaches England"; "The Yanks are Coming"; "The Atlantic Charter"; "203 U.S. Sailors Perish [loss of Truxton and Pollux]"; "Distinguished visitors"; "Tragedy in the Cabot Strait [Caribou disaster]"; "The K of C Fire"; "German U-boat Arrives in St. John's [U-190]"; "The National Convention"; "Terms of union with Canada signed"; "Presentation of Statue of Our Lady of Fatima"; "Opening of the Confederation Building"; "The opening of the new MUN campus"; "15,000 march in spectacular parade"; "Labrador City's Big Day"; "Visit of the Lord Bishop of Canterbury"; "Visit of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother"; "Visit of Field Marshal Montgomery"; "Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip visit western Newfoundland"; "Loss of the Ocean Ranger"; "Visit of Prince Charles and Princess Diana"; "Visit of Pope John Paul"; "The Arrow Disaster"; "The death of Joseph R. Smallwood"; "The demolition of Mount Cashel"; "The cod moratorium"; "The Harvey Road Fire"; and "Hibernia". Vg. 12.00

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