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201 MacPHERSON, Ken PLOMER, James, Com., foreword River Class Destroyers of the Royal Canadian Navy. First Edition in dustjacket
Charles J. Musson, Toronto, 1985, ISBN:0920845002 
MacPHERSON, Ken. The River Class Destroyers of the Royal Canadian Navy. Foreword by Com. James Plomer. Toronto: Charles J. Musson and Associates, Publishers, (1985). First Edition. Pp. [1]-103. Illustrated with 1118 b& w photos. Also some drawings. Quadruple column. Oblong 8vo, blue cloth with whitelettering to spine. "The Royal Canadian Navy had been in existence for 20 years before acquiring the fir st fighting ship actually built to its order. These were the destroyers 'Saguenay' and 'Skeena' who, with four other 'River class' units made up the tiny offensive force with which the RCN went to war in 1939. Later augmented by the transfe r o f e i ght more near-sisters from the Royal Navy, these formed the nucleus of what was to become thethird largest Allied navy, and made a valuable contribution to the success ful outcome of the Battle of the Atlantic. Their histories and specifications are accompanied by 118 photographs, most of which have never been reproduced in print. They are shown as they appeared when still in the hands of the RN, and at different periods during their RCN service. Many detailed on-board photos are included." - from dj flap. In alphabetical order: HMCS Assiniboine, HMCS Chaudière, HMCS Fraser, HMCS Gatineau, HMCS Kootenay, HMCS Margaree, HMCS Ottawa (2), HMCS Qu'Appelle, HMCS Restigouche, HMCS Saguenay,HMCS St. Laurent, HMCS Saskatchewan, and HMCS Skeena. Inscription verso ff ep, else very good in dustjacket. 50.00

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202 MacPHERSON, Ken. PLOMER, James, Com., foreword. River Class Destroyers of the Royal Canadian Navy. Hardcover in dustjacket.
Charles J. Musson, Toronto, 1985, ISBN:0920845002 
MacPHERSON, Ken. The River Class Destroyers of the Royal Canadian Navy . Foreword by Com. James Plomer. Toronto: Charles J. Musson and Associates, Publishers, (1985). First Edition. Pp. [1]-103. Illustrated. Quadruple column.Oblong 8vo, blue cloth with white lettering to spine. In alphabetical orde r: Assiniboine, Chaudière, Fraser, Gatineau, Kootenay, Margaree, Ottawa (2), Qu'Appelle, Restigouche, Saguenay, St. Laurent, Saskatchewan, and Skeena.Light foxing, else very good in dustjacket.. 40.00

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203 MAIERS, David Canadian National in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, Volume One
British Railway Modellers of North America, 1999, ISBN:0919487610 
MAIERS, David. Canadian National in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, Volume One. (Calgary: British Railway Modellers of North America, 1999). Pp. 26. Illustrated with many black & white photographs. Double column. Oblong 8vo, whiteillustrated card covers. Vg. 10.00

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204 MALCOMSON, Robert Beaver : Exploring Canada's History, Vol. 73:4, August/September 1993 CHAPMAN, Harry McCULLOCH, Ian Northcote : Paddlewheels and Glory on the Saskatchewan." An article in The Beaver : Exploring Canada's History, Vol. 73:4, August/September 1993
Hudson's Bay Company, Winnipeg, 1993, 
MALCOMSON, Robert. ”Northcote : Paddlewheels and Glory on the Saskatchewan." An article in The Beaver : Exploring Canada's History, Vol. 73:4, August/September 1993, pp 10-9, with 6 illustrations and a map. Winnipeg : Hudson's Bay Company, 1993. For the whole issue, pp (1),2-56. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. Other articles : "Explorations :The Great West, Summer 1887" by Christopher West (pp 2-3); "Men Bred in th e Rough Bounds : The Scottish military tradition in Canada" by Ian McCulloch (pp 10-16); "Left, Right or Down the Middle: Rules of the road: A perplexing mystery solved" by Frederick A. de Luna (pp 17-21); "Lost Honour : The very strange story of a medal that nobody won" by Hugh A. Halliday (pp 22-27); "Golden Boy : A symbol running North over Winnipeg" by Hubert G. Mayes (pp 28-34); "Memories of a Day of Horrors : Dartmouth and the Halifax Explosion, 1917" (Introduced by Harry Chapaman) (pp 35-39). Pennend name (bottomof p. 12), else very good. 8.00

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205 MANDEL, Eli Stony Plain. in slipcase. Signed copy
Press Porcépic, Erin, Ont, 1973, 
MANDEL, Eli. Stony Plain. (Erin, Ont.) : Press Porcépic, (1973). First Edition. Pp (8),9-96,(4). 8vo, blue cloth, with silver buffalo illustration on front board, silver lettering to spine. Includes: "Estevan", "At Wabumun the Calgary Power Station", "Susanna and the Indians", "Edmonton, 1967", "OilRefineries, Edmonton","Reading Room: Periodicals", "Two Dream Songs for Jo hn Berryman", "For Jimmy Hendrix and Janis Joplin", "Oscar Wilde", "Saskatchewan Surveyor", "Argonauts, the CNE, etc.", "In Memory of Albert Camus", "Earthworms Eat Earthworms and Learn","Agatha Christie", "On the Death of HoChi Minh", "For Eli Wiesel", "On the 25th Anniversary of the Liberation of Auschwitz: Memorial Services, Toronto, January 25, 1970 YMHA Bloor & Spadi na", "On the Renewal of Bombing in VietNam December, 1972", "Political Science (after Brecht and Trudeau)", "Political Speech (for PET)" and many others. Fine in near-fine slipcase. Signed by Mandel with this inscription: "For [---] / One magician from another / good luck / & warmed wishes / Eli / at Halifax / March 78". 40.00

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206 MANDEL, Miriam YATES, Norman (cover) Lions at Her Face
White Pelican, 1973, 
MANDEL, Miriam. Lions at Her Face. [Edmonton]: White Pelican, 1973. Pp. 62.Cover by Norman Yates. 8vo, orange & yellow ill. card covers. Sakatchewan- born author Miriam Mandel won the Governor General's Award in 1973 for thiscollection of poetry. Vg. 20.00

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207 MANORE, Reid MARIER, Roger WILSON, Stuart BAILEY, Richard W. They Sailed Their Homes Across the Bay to Arnold's Cove. An article in Habitat, Volume XI, Number 4, 1968
Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation, 1968, 
MANORE, Reid. “They Sailed Their Homes Across the Bay to Arnold's Cove.” Anarticle in Habitat, Volume XI, Number 4, 1968, pp 2-5, with 3 photos. N.pl .: Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation, 1968. Pp [1]-24. Illustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated white stapled card covers. Other content : “Le role de l'Etat” par Roger Marier (pp 6-8); “Grand'mère : The Town with the Lovable Name” by Stuart Wilson (pp 9-17); “Housing for Indians and Metis in Northern Saskatchewan” by Richard W. Bailey (pp 18-23). Browning to bottom margin of back cover, else very good. 20.00

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208 Maryfield & District Historical Society Across Border and Valley : The Story of Maryfield & Fairlight & SurroundingDistricts. Two Volume set
1984, ISBN:0889253633 
(Maryfield & District Historical Society). Across Border and Valley : The Story of Maryfield & Fairlight & Surrounding Districts, [In Two Volumes]. (Maryfield, Sask.: Maryfield & District Historical Society, 1984). First Printing. Pp [i]-viii,1-542,(2); (2),543-1202,(2), + large folding map of “Rural Municipality of Maryfield No. 91, W. of 1st” laid in. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 4to, illustrated green cloth, white lettering to front boardand spine. Contents : Before Settlement; Settlement; Municipal Government; Pipestone Valley; Districts; Birthdays; Wedding Anniversaries; Generations ; Family Histories; Brief Histories; Of Special Interest. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Very good. The 2-vol. set for 350.00

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209 McCALLA, William Copeland Wild Flowers of Western Canada. in dustjacket.
Musson Book Company, Toronto, 1920, 
McCALLA, William Copeland. Wild Flowers of Western Canada. Toronto: The Musson Book Company Limited, (1920). Pp. (10),[9]-132. With sixty plates from original photographs by the author (grey toned). Illustrated. 8vo, decorated green cloth with gilt lettering to front and spine. "The plants pictured and described in this little book are for the most part quite common in Western Canada. [...] In a general way the plants are arranged according to their time of bloom, beginning with the early flowers of Spring. But owing tothe extent of our country, to local conditions of soil and exposure, and t o variations in weather from year to year, it is impossible to be exact as to either orders or dates." - from the preface. Name inked to front pastedown, else very good in rubbed, chipped, edgeworn dustjacket. 28.00

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210 McCANNON, John, ed. DAY, Benjamin GONZALEZ, Joseph M. MITCHELL, Stuart Canadian Journal of History, Volume 40, Number 2, August 2005
Journal of History Company Limited, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, 2005, 
McCANNON, John, ed. Canadian Journal of History, Volume 40, Number 2, August 2005. (Saskatoon: published by the Journal of History Company Limted at the University of Saskatchewan), 2005. Pp. (2),iii-ix,(1),[208]-408,(4). 8vo, yellow card covers. Includes the following articles: Joseph M. Gonzalez's"Sleeping Bodies, Jubilant Souls: The Fate of the Dead in Sweden, 1400-170 0", Benjamin Day's "Mill's Liberty, the Ribald Press, and the Politics of War", Stuart Mitchell's "Resale Price Maintenance and the Character of Resistance in the Conservative Party, 1949-64", and Yvs Laberge's "Multiculturalisme et transferts culturels: pour une histoire des mouvements européens au20e siècle". With numerous reviews. Very good. For the issue. 10.00

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211 McCLUNG, Nellie L Sowing Seeds in Danny. 12th pr
William Briggs, Toronto, 1918, 
McCLUNG, Nellie L. Sowing Seeds in Danny. Toronto: William Briggs, 1918. Twelfth printing. Pp. (8),ix-xii,(2),3-315,(1). 8vo, red cloth, pictorial panel to front, black titles to front and spine. Arora, The Saskatchewan Bibliography 2847, Rhodenizer p.740, Watters p.332. A later printing of the prominent early twentieth-century Canadian social activist and author's first novel, introducing the character of Pearl Watson. Originally published in 1908, "Sowing Seeds in Danny" went through several print runs, and eventuallysold over a hundred thousand copies. Inner hinges tender, pages browned an d brittle, small nick to head of spine, name inked to flyleaf, else good. 20.00

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212 McCLUNG, Nellie. Black Creek Stopping-House and Other Stories.
William Briggs, Toronto, 1912, 
McCLUNG, Nellie. The Black Creek Stopping-House and Other Stories. Toronto : William Briggs, 1912. Pp [1]-224. 8vo, illustrated green cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spine. Arora, The Saskatchewan Bibliography 2841. The novella “The Black Creek Stopping-House” (pp 9-109); and seven short stories : “The Runaway Grandmother”, “The Return Ticket”, “The Ungrateful Pigeons”, “You Never Can Tell”, “A Short Tale of a Rabbit”, “The Elusive Vote”, and “The Way of the West.” Wear to spine ends and corners, cloth rubbed, hinges cracked, foxing to fore-edge, foxing and smudging to some leaves, name, else a good, reading copy only. As is. 25.00

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213 McCONNELL, W. H. ` Prairie Justice. First Edition
Burroughs & Company , Calgary, 1980, ISBN:0459334603 
McCONNELL, W. H. Prairie Justice. Calgary : Burroughs & Company , a division of The Carswell Co. Ltd., Toronto, (1980). First Edition. Pp (14),1-276,(2). Illustrated. Index. 8vo, brown cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Contents: 1. The Development of Legal Institutions in the Northwest Territories. 2 . The Law Society and the Legal Profession. 3. Some Celebrated SaskatchewanBarristers. 4. Legal Education in Saskatchewan. 5. The Magistracy and Dist rict Court JUdges. 6. Provincial Superior Court Judges. 7. Saskatchewan Layyers on Federal Courts. 8. The Post-War Era. Very good. 35.00

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214 McCOURT, Edward Walk Through the Valley. First Edition in dustjacket
McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1958, 
McCOURT, Edward. Walk Through the Valley : A novel. Toronto : McClelland and Stewart, (1958). First Canadian Printing. Pp. (4),[5]-222,(2). 8vo, maroon cloth with silver lettering to spine. Watter p.332, Spadoni & Donnelly 1507, Arora, The Saskatchewan Bibliography 2859. A novel by the Canadian author. "This dramatic and moving novel by Edward McCourt will rank with the best Canadian fiction of this or any year. [...] This is the story of Dermot Troy and of the family that depended on this gay and whimsical dreamer who loved the beauties of nature, but whose spirit could not be tied to the drudgery of the farm. It is the story of Sheila, his daughter, and her love for a renegade whisky-runner, Blaze Corrigal. But is is, above all, the storyof Dermot's son Michael who thought of his father as a god, and whose trus t faltered only briefly, until he learned in a tragic way that his father was indeed a man of his word. [...] a sensitive and moving story of the rugged foothills of the Canadian west about thirty years ago." - from the dj. Very good in rubbed, nicked, short-closed-torn dustjacket. 20.00

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215 McCOURT, Edward A. Canadian West in Fiction. First Edition.
Ryerson, Toronto, 1949, 
McCOURT, Edward A. The Canadian West in Fiction. Toronto: The Ryerson Press, (April 1949). First Printing. Pp. (4),v-vi,(4),1-131,(3). 8vo, red cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Arora, The Saskatchewan Bibliography 2851. "It is the purpose of this book to examine some of the prose fiction written about the Canadian West by native Westerns and others, and to attempt an estimate of the extent to which it is an artistic re-creation of the prairie way of life. The discussion is limited to novelists who have written in English; and no attempt is made to examine all the work of any one writer but only such parts of it as are relevant to the subject. And since an author can hardly be expected to be an unbiased critic of what he himself has written, I have omitted any discussion of my own novels." - from the preface. Contents: 1. The Beginning; 2. Sky Pilot; 3. The Transplanted; 4. Spokesman of a Race?; 5. Some Others; 6. The Sum of Achievement. With bibliography andindex. Name inked to flyleaf, five characters inked inside rear cover, som e inked notations to final page, else very good. 18.00

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216 McCOURT, Edward A. Home is The Stranger. First Edition in dustjacket
Macmillan Company of Canada Limited, Toronto, 1950, 
McCOURT, Edward A.. Home is The Stranger. Toronto : The Macmillan Company of Canada Limited, (1950). First Canadian Edition. Pp. 269. 8vo, green clothcovered boards. Watters p.332, Whiteman, et al, Bibligraphy of Macmillan o f Canada Imprints 1225, Arora, The Saskatchewan Bibliography 2854. Some faint speckling to top edge, else very good in edgeworn dustjacket (small chips and nicks to edges, some browning to rear panel). 30.00

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217 McDONNELL, Greg Signatures in Steel. First Edition in dustjacket
Stoddart / Boston Mills Press, Toronto , 1991, ISBN:0773725547 
McDONNELL, Greg. Signatures in Steel (Toronto) : "A Stoddart / Boston MillsPress Edition, (1991). First Edition. Pp (3),4-208. Large oblong 4to, grey illustrated cloth. Greg McDonnell, (b. Kitchener, Ont., 1954). This is sur ely one of the most aethetically pleasing of all Canadian railway publications with its excellent, beautifully composed colour photos, with their documentary value much increased as most are precisely dated. "From Bob Sandusky's sensitive portrayal of M391's stop at Duntroon, to Bob Gallagher's stunning rendition of CN Extra 5526 West racing ahead of a prairie thunder-storm, the mandate of this volume mirrors the motivation of the individuals whose collective efforts made this work possible. Climbing the creaky stairs of on the1 this work possible. Climbing the creaky stairs of ancient interlocking towers and peering beyond roundhouse doors, exploring remote Saskatchewan roundhouse doors, exploring remote Saskatchewan branchlines and ridingthe Newfoundland narrow gauge, this book seeks to capture the spirit and t he essence of Canadian railroading. [...] With sensitivity and awareness, the photographers assembled here have documented the passage of the old order and they have embraced the new. Thev have invested much of themselves in the creation of these images and have captured the drama and intensity of transitional railroading, as well as the poignancy of the casualties of progress. While railroading is very much dominated by machines, they have not overlooked the human element. Study carefully the people that populate theseimages, from the train crews and operators. lewermen, labourers and shopme n going about their business, to the spectators and passengers. Give a moment to the men at Duntroon and the girls on the beach at Kelligrews, ; the old man and little boy strolling the platform at Barry's Bay, and the young boys waving to the circus train at Waterford. As much as anything, they arewhat it's all about." - from the preface, "Where's 40?...". Sections: Off the Beaten Track; Island Railroading [i.e. Newfoundland and Prince Edward Island, (pp,58-65 /66-69)]; Yard Limits; Locals and Limiteds; Beyond the Blue Flag... Men at Work; Winter; Pure Prairie Railroading; Mountains. As wellas McDonnell, the photographers are: James A. Brown, Doug Conrad, Peter Co x, Brian A. Elchlepp, John Freyseng, Bob Gallagher, Dick George and Al Paterson, Kenneth R. Goslett, L. Norman Herbert, Robert E. Lambrecht, Philip Mason, Don McQueen, William D. Miller, Doug Phillips, George W. Roth, Larry Russell, Robert J. Sandusky, Stan J. Smaill, Andrew J. Sutherland, John Sutherland, James Walder, John Welsh, and Richaid Yaremko. Several Nova Scotianscenes including "Sydney & Louisburg 0-8-0 86, formerly Detroit Toledo & S outh Shore 110, slakes her thirst at the Glace Bay water tank on May 19,1960." p.118; "Coal smoke drifts from the stack of the ancient wooden caboose assigned to the "Lingan Shunter" as Devco RSI number 300 makes up its trainat Glace Bay, Nova Scotia on a May 1975 day (p.25); "Still active at age 6 2, Old Sydney Collieries 2-4-0 number 25 switches hoppers for the Acadia Coal Company at Stellarton, Nova Scotia, in the bitter cold on January 24, 1962" (p.25); and others. Light wear to bottom edge, else very good in dustjacket. 60.00

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218 McDOUGALL, John SUTHERLAND, Alex, intro. George Millward McDougall, The Pioneer, Patriot and Missionary. First Edition.
William Briggs, Toronto, 1888, 
McDOUGALL, John. George Millward McDougall, The Pioneer, Patriot and Missionary. With an Introduction by Alex. Sutherland. Toronto : William Briggs, 1888. First Edition. Pp (6),[v]-vii,(1),[9]-242, (2), portrait frontispiece.Illustrated. 8vo, brown cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spine, bl ack geometric design to front board. Watters p. 538, Rhodenizer p.364, Peel3: 788. George Millward McDougall, (b. September 9,. 1821 at Kingston, Upp er Canada - d. 25 January 25, 1876 near Fort Calgary). Contents : Introduction. Chapter I. Chapter II : Moves to Owen Sound — Makes business connections — Starts for college - Received as a probationer for the ministry - ls appointed to establish a new mission in the far North. Chapter III : Starts to explore for and establish a mission — Locates at Garden River— His work during six years' residence at this place. Chapter IV : Moves to Rama - Three years' residence at this place. Chapter V : Appointed to the Hudson Bay Missions—Is made Chairman of same-Three years with Norway House as Headquarters—Describes several missionary trips made during these years. Chapter VI: Moves from Norway House to Saskatchewan—Settles at Victoria [Alberta, i. e. Fort Victoria, now Pakan] — Eight years' pioneer work at this place. Chapter VII : Moves to Edmonton -Three years' residence at this place - Journeyings and experiences connected with this new field. Chapter VIII : Visits Ontario Pleads the cause of Missions - Takes a short trip to the Mother Land — Once more sets his face Westward — Is employed by Government to conciliate the excited Plain Tribes — His tragic end. Manitoba and the North West.Spine slightly faded, light wear to spne ends and corners, foxing to endpa pers and fore-edge, penned gift inscription, else a very good copy in a nice, bright cover. 80.00

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219 McFADDEN, David. Intense Pleasure. First Edition in dustjacket.
McClelland and Stewart Limited, Toronto, 1972, ISBN:0771057792 
McFADDEN, David. Intense Pleasure. [Jacket design: J. Lee]. Toronto / Montreal : McClelland and Stewart Limited, (1972). First Printing. Pp. (10),11-94,(2). 8vo, grey cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Spadoni & Donnelly 2374. "'I'm particularly pleaseed to inhabit the same world as McFadden,' saysAl Purdy, 'even if he's crazy as a bedbug.' Nobody else writess poems like these. They're really good for your head. When you get them you get the fe eling that when you read them again next time you'll feel even better whereit matters." - from the dustjacket. Includes the following poems: "Travell in' Man", "Orchard Suite", "Visions of Old Hamilton", "He Has Bicycles in His Blood", "The Spill", "When Headache Strikes", "A True Poem", "Correction", "Books", "Act of God", "Popular Science", "After the Rain", "The Aquarium", "Over at the Undermount", "When All This Was Farm", "Polluted Shoreline", "The Family", "Bonus Coupons", "Desert", "A Picture of Bermuda", "On theMend", "Midnight Transformation", "Chocolate Bars Can Fly", "The Rainbow", "The Owl", "Titles I Have Heard of but Not Read", "Thirty Poem", "Brian Ba tes", "Comparison Rising", "Hair", "A Rough Moment", "A Cedar Bough Heavy with Snow", "Natalie", "Morning Mon", "Ova Yoga", "Crazy Sparrow", "After a Long Illness", "June Bug", "My Mother Standing There Casual", "These Days I'm in a Trance a Lot", "An Evening Out", "A Mellow Watervision", "He Knew He Was Pregnant", "An Old Witch", "Saskatchewan", "Last Move", "The Boy withNo Arms", "Till Death Do Us Part", "Potato Chips", "Behind the News", "Wom en in Loved", "How Could You Mrs. Dick", "Miscellaneous Midgets", "At the Vending Machine (Obscene)", "A Dantean Footnote", "The Slippery Wig", "Leaving on Saturday", "Without Screams", "The Stoker", "Grass Growing Under My Feet", "George Bowering", "Meaningless Midnight Musings", "Eight Inches of Snow", "My Big Interview with Hitler", "T.S. Eliot", "When Day Is Done", "Alone on the Great Divide", "A Trick", "Light", "2084", "Hot Coils", "Thorughthe Centuries", "After Thomas Hardy", "Look! I'm Actually Foaming Beautifu l Colour Right into My Hair", and "Exclusive Addresses". Name inked to flyleaf, four characters inked inside rear cover, else very good in lightly nicked, price-clipped dustjacket. 20.00

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220 McGAHAN, Elizabeth W. (ed.). MEEHAN, PPeter DUFFIN, Jacalyn BAUM, Gregory Historical Studies 2011 Volume 77 Canadian Catholic Historical Association
Canadian Catholic Historical Association, Ottawa, 2011, 
McGAHAN, Elizabeth W. (ed.). Historical Studies 2011 Volume 77. (Ottawa): The Canadian Catholic Historical Association, 2011. Pp (2),3-84,(2),B3-B27,(3),3-167,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, yellow printed card covers. This publication is divided into an English and a French section. English contents : "The Forgotten Promises of Vatican II" (by Gregory Baum); "'Purified Socialism' and the Church in Saskatchewan: Tommy Douglas, Philip Pocock and Hospitalization, 1944-1948" (by Peter Meehan); "Miracles and Wonders: Finding Canadian Medical History in the Vatican Archives" (by Jacalyn Duffin). French contents : "Ils aiment bien leur chapelet": le discours jésuite sur la transmission du religieux aux Hurons par l'objet de piété (par Emmanuelle Friant); Le congrès eucharistique de Montréal en 1910 : une affirmation du catholicisme montréalais (par Guy Laperriere); La Mission Chinoise Catholique de Québec (1914-1948) : prosélytisme et integration (par Christian Samson); Les catholiques montréalais et la sécularisation de l'assistance privée, 1930-1970 (par Amélie Bourbeau); L'action missionaire catholique quebecoise au Chili (1948-1990): politisation du discours et de l'action sociale des oblats de Marie Immaculée (par Véronic Papineau-Archambault); Spatialisation du sacré et cohabitation interreligieuse dans l'espace montrealais (par Dominique Quirion); Les municipalités à vocation religieuse au Québec (par Richard Leclerc). Very good. 15.00

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