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201 BUCKNER, Phillip Peoples of the Maritimes English
Four East Publications, 2000, 
BUCKNER, Phillip. English. (Tantallon : Four East Publications, October 2000). First Edition. Pp [1]-64. Illustrated. 8vo, grey card covers. In the Peoples of the Maritimes series. Vg. 8.00

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202 BUMSTED, J.M. Land, Settlement, and Politics on Eighteenth-Century Prince Edward Island. First Edition in dustjacket
McGill-Queen's University Press, Kingston / Montreal, 1987, ISBN:0773505660 
BUMSTED, J.M. Land, Settlement, and Politics on Eighteenth-Century Prince Edward Island. Kingston / Montreal : McGill-Queen's University Press, (1987). First Edition. Pp (6),[vii]-xii,(4),[3]-238. With several maps in the text. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. John "Jack" Michael Bumsted (b. December 12, 1938., White Plains, New York) Canadian scholar and author. "Soon after Prince Edward Island was transferred from French to British sovereignty in 1763, virtualy the entire island was turned over to private proprietors on the understanding that they would finance both settlement and the administration of the territory. Although the proprietors did not fulfiltheir obligations, they clung tenaciously to their privileges, ultimately becoming an anachronistic group of landlords on a North American continent where freehold tenure was the norm. In this study, J.M. Bumsted goes beyondthe previous "heroes" (residents) and "villains" (landlords) approach of m uch of Island historiography by demonstrating the intimate interweaving of the issues of land, politics and settlement. In contrast to most previous works on the subject, this is not a local or regional history, but a book incolonial and imperial history that focuses on Prince Edward Island. n cont rast to most previous works on the subject, this is not a local or regionalhistory, but a book in colonial and imperial history that focuses on Princ e Edward Island. This broader perspective allows Bumsted to show, for example, that the decision to distribute land to proprietors was a comprehensible and even liberal move by British government in the context of the imperial expansion of the 1760s. Bumsted demonstrates that the external influence of the American Revolution is more important than had been thought, both inisolating the Island from Britain and, through the handling of Loyalist im migrants, in exacerbating the conflicts over land ownership. Previously, Prince Edward Island's crucial formative period from 1763 to the end of the eighteenth century has not received sufficient attention, while the proprietorial system had received too much attention without sufficient critical analysis. Land, Settlement, and Politics on Eighteenth-Century Prince Edward isalnd redresses the balance. An important time period is clearly too simple a model to explain the developments of this era. Bumsted provides much fascinating new material. based largely on his discovery of significant documentary sources, particularly in Scotland." - from the dj. Preface; Prologue: The French Regime; 1. British Colonial Policy and the Island of St John, 1763-1767; 2. The Organization of Government, 1767-1775; 3. Settlement, 1769-1775; 4. The Years of the American Revolution, 1775-1780; 5. Grabbing forLand, 1780-1783; 6. Welcoming the Loyalists, 1783-1784; 7. Loyalists versu s Proprietors, 1784-1786; 8. Fanning Fights for Control, 1786-1789; 9. Governors Attacked and Highlanders Arrived, 1789-1792; 10. The Rise of the Escheat Movement, 1792-1798; Epilogue; Notes. With bibliography and index. Verygood in dustjacket. 45.00

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203 BURNS, R.M. Maritime Union Study Experience of National and International Co-operative Institutions
1970, 
SMITH, W.Y. Experience of National and International Co-operative Institutions. Fredericton : Maritime Union Study, 1970. Pp i-vi,199,(3). 8vo, card covers. Vg-fine. 10.00

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204 Busy East of Canada PICKARD, Kenneth S. BATES, E.S. GRAHAM, George E. Busy East of Canada. Volume 7, Number 6, January, 1917
Busy East Press, Limited, St. John, N.B. , 1917, 
(Busy East of Canada). The Busy East of Canada. Volume 7, Number 6, January, 1917. Sackville, N.B. : The Busy East Press, Limited, 1917. Pp 1-42. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, brown stapled wrappers, printed in red and black. Includes : Kenneth S. Pickard's “The Making of the P.E.I. Car Ferry Terminals at Cape Tormentine” (pp 5-7, with 5 illustrations). Also, “Retrospect, Prospect and Preparedness” (pp 3-4); George E. Graham's “How to Develop Tourist Business” (pp 8, 25); R.E. Armstrong's “St. John is Prosperous” (pp9-10); “Maritime Provinces Are Very Prosperous” (pp 11-12); M. Cumming's “ Agricultural Education Pays Big Dividends in Nova Scotia” (pp 13-14); E.S. Bates's “Some of Largest Textile Mills of Canada Are Located in Maritime Provinces” (pp 15-16); “Maritime Lumber Products Worth $12,000,000 Yearly” (pp 17-18); “Immigration to the Maritime Provinces' (p. 19); “An Enterprisingpaper Company with Bright Prospects” (pp 20-23); “Carving as an Art” (pp 2 6-28); “Up-to-date EducationalFacilities in the Maritime Provinces” (pp 29-30). Covers rubbed and soiled, staples rusted, waterstain to top three inches throughout, central portion partly detached, a poor copy only. As is. . 60.00

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205 BYRNE, Cyril J., Margaret HARRY and Padriag O SIADHAIL (eds.) HARRY, Margaret O SIADHAIL, Padraig Celtic Languages and Celtic Peoples : Proceedings of the Second North American Congress of Celtic Studies : held in Halifax, August 16-19, 1989
D'Arcy McGee Chair of Irish Studies, Saint Mary's University, Halifax, 1992, ISBN:0969625200 
BYRNE, Cyril J., Margaret HARRY and Pádriag O SIADHAIL (eds.). Celtic Languages and Celtic Peoples : Proceedings of the Second North American Congressof Celtic Studies : held in Halifax, August 16-19, 1989. Halifax: D'Arcy M cGee Chair of Irish Studies, Saint Mary's University, (1992). Pp. 761. 8vo,off-white card covers, green decoration and lettering to front and spine. Of Maritime interest: John Gibson's "Traditional Piping in Nova Scotia" (159-172); John Cousins's "Tom Dunn and the Irish Folktale in Prince Edward Island" (193-202); T.P. Power's "The Emigrant Ship: The Transportation, Regulation and Reception of Irish Immigrants in New Brunswick, 1815-1855" (683-706); Brendan O'Grady's "County Monaghan before the Emigration to Prince Edward Island" (707-722); and Stephen A. Davis's "Archeological Investigationsof the Irish on the Shubenacadie Canal, Nova Scotia" (723-732). Also inclu des: Anthony Harvey's "Latin, Literacy and the Celtic Vernaculars around the year AD 500"; Dorothy Ann Bray's 'Secunda Brigida": Saint Ita of Killeedyand Brigidine Tradition"; James Mackey's 'Primal Religion and Christianity in Celtic Tradition adn Literature"; Maire Herbert's "The Universe of Male and Female: A Reading of the Deirdre Story"; William Sayers's "Guin & Croc had & Golad: The Earliest Irish Threefold Death"; Achille Joyal's "La validite generale d'une hypothese: Origines europeennes des cultures nahuatl au Mexique pre-coloniale, VIe et VIIe siecles"; Gordon W. MacLennan's "Digression in Irish Oral TraditionL The Case of Anna Nic Grianna"; Breandan O Madagain's "Echoes of Magic in the Gaelic Song Tradition"; John Shaw's "Scottish Gaelic Traditions of the Cliar Sheanchain"; Kathleen E. Dunlay's "The Playing of Traditional Scottish Dance Music: Old and New World Styles and Practices"; Tomas de Bhaldraithe's 'Focloir na Nua-Ghaeilge-Forbairt agus Fadhbanna"; Heidi Ann Lazar-Meyn's 'Use of Emphasizing Particles in Conjunction with Independent Pronouns in Old and Middle Irish Recensions of 'Tain Bo Cuailgne'"; Damien O Muiri's "Gender of Monosyllabic Nouns in Modern Irish"; K.J. George's "Towards a Definitive List of Settlement-Names in Cornwall"; Peter Wynn Thomas's "In Search of Middle Welsh Dialects"; Richard M. Crowe's "Iolo Morganwg: An Eighteenth-Century Welsh Linguist"; William Gillies's "Scottish Gaelic Dialect Studies"; Harry Roe's "Acallamh na Senorach: The Confluence of Lay and Clerical Oral Traditions"; Micheal Mac Craith's "Gaelic Courtly Love Poetry: A Window on the Renaissance"; Andrew Welsh's "Manawydan Fab Llyr: Wales, England, and the 'New Man'"; Charlotte Ward's "Arthur in the Welsh Bruts"; Andrea Budgey's "'Preiddeu Annwn' and the Welsh Tradition of Arthur"; Joanne Findon's "The Function of Cei in Welsh Arthurian Literature"; R. Geraint Gruffydd's "Dafydd ap Gwilym: An Outline Biography"; A.T. Seaman's "Celtic Myth as Perceived in Eighteenth and Nineteenth-CenturyLiterature in English"; Philip O'Leary's "'The Greatest of the Things Our Ancestors Did': Gaelic Adaptations of Early Irish Literature, 1891-1916"; OMuiri's "Feidhm an Mhiotais in Cuaifeach mo Londubh Bui"; Ann Dooley's "Li terature and Society in Early Seventeenth-Century Ireland: The Evaluation of Change"; Allan I. Macinnes's "Seventeenth-Century Scotland: The Undervalued Gaelic Perspective"; Alan Harrison's "John Toland and Celtic Studies"; R.B. Walsh's "Gaelic Ireland in a Twentieth-Century Context"; Deirde Ui Ghradaigh's "Primary School and Language Maintenance in Ireland, 1922-1989"; Micheal O Conghaile's "Rath Cairn: The Birth of a Gaeltacht"; Robert Owen Jones's "From Wales to Saskatchewan via Patagonia"; T.M. Devine's "The Flight of the Poor: Highland Emigration to Canada in the Mid-Nineteenth Century"; Kenneth A. MacKinnon's "Captain John MacDonald and the Glennaladale Settlers: The Proprietor as Community Leader"; Mary A. Ludwig's "The Invention of Tradition among Irish-Americans"; and Marta Weingartner's "Is There a Future for the Welsh Language in North America?". A very good copy. Uncommon. 75.00

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206 CAIRNS. R. Louis History of Lower Freetown, Prince Edward Island.
Lower Freetown Women's Institute, Lower Freetown, 1971, 
(CAIRNS. R. Louis). A History of Lower Freetown, Prince Edward Island. N.pl.: A Centennial Project of Lower Freetown Women's Institute, (1971). Pp 1-52. Illustrated. Maps. Family Trees. 8vo, illustrated yellow stapled card covers. Contents : Lower Freetown Women's Institute; In The Beginning; The Burns Family; The Taylor Family; The Reeves Family; The Cairns Family; The Schurmans; The Hall; History of Freetown United Church; History of Freetown Presbyterian Church; History of Lower Freetown School; The Blacksmith Shop; Duncan MacPhee; The Clow Family; The Hill Family; The Hammill Family; The Mabon Stavert Family; The Stavert-Malone Exchange; The Bernard-Profitt Amalgamation; The Drowning Accident; The Question of Salmon; Seed Grain; Religious Affiliations; Family Charts (Andrew Burns - Barbara Burns - John Nelson Burns - William Reeves - Thomas Reeves - David Reeves - Charles Reeves - John Reeves); Maps of Lower Freetown (1863 – 1880 – 1928-29 – 1971). Penned name, else very good. 45.00

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207 Calendar - P.E.I. - 1997) BOILY, Alain & Buffie Gateway to PEI
Boily Photo, Summerside, 1996, 
(Calendar - P.E.I. - 1997). Gateway to PEI. Photos by Alain & Bufie Boily. (Summerside, PEI : Boily Photo, 1996). Pp (28). 12 by 9 inches (closed). A colour-photo-illustrated calendar for 1997 showing the construction of the Confederation Bridge. Vg. 8.00

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208 Calendar - P.E.I. - 1998) BOILY, Alain & Buffie building of the Confederation Bridge Joining Prince Edward Island to Canada
Boily Photo, Summerside, 1997, 
(Calendar - P.E.I. - 1998). The building of the Confederation Bridge Joining Prince Edward Island to Canada. Photos by Alain & Bufie Boily. (Summerside, PEI : Boily Photo, 1997). Pp (28). 12 by 9 inches (closed). A colour-photo-illustrated calendar for 1998 showing the construction of the Confederation Bridge. Vg. 8.00

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209 CALHOUN, Sue LeBLANC, Romeo Word to Say : The Story of the Maritime Fishermen's Union. pbk.
Nimbus, Halifax, 1991, ISBN:0921054645 
CALHOUN, Sue. A Word to Say : The Story of the Maritime Fishermen's Union. Foreword by Roméo LeBlanc. (Halifax) : Nimbus Publishing, (1991). Pp (14),[1]-274. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. Contents: 1. A Union of Fishermen; 2. The Acadian Fishery: A History of Exploration; 3. Co-operation, Concentration, and Regulation; 4. A New Acadian Nationalism; 5. Acadians on the March; 6. In Search of a Model; 7. Cionnections: A Fighting Maritime Union Is Born; 8. Wherefore Art Thou, Romeo?; 9. A Commitment to Change; 10. The Herring Makers; 11. Communism: A Herring of Another Colour; 12. Legislation in New Brunswick: "One Down, Two to Go"; 13. In Nova Scotia: The Return of the Michelin Man; 14. Other Things: Lobster Poachers and Licensing Policy; 15. On the Island: A Plebiscite on Human Rights; 16. Justice Delayed, Justice Denied; 17. Transition: From Protest to Compromise; 18. Southwest Nova Scotia: Collective Marketing; 19. First Contact: To Rand or Not to Rand; 20. Mandatory Dues Deduction; 21. Conclusion: Bigger Battles Yetto Come. Vg. 12.00

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210 CALLBECK, Lorne C. CALLBECK, Phillips HOLLAND, Samuel PATTERSON, Walter Cradle of Confederation : A Brief History of Prince Edward Island from its Discovery to the Present Time. 1st trade in dj
Brunswick Press, Fredericton, 1964, 
CALLBECK, Lorne C. The Cradle of Confederation : A Brief History of Prince Edward Island from its Discovery to the Present Time. Fredericton : Brunswick Press, (1964). First Trade Printing. Pp (14),15-256, fldg colour frontis. Illustrated. 8vo, red cloth. "An Atlantic Advocate Book". Chapters : "OurFirst Tourist" (Cartier), "France's Attempts at Settlement", "Defeat and R ecovery", "The Deportation", "The Grand Lottery", "Early British Settlements", "Charlottetown's First Day", "Privateers", "The American War Years", "Patterson and Callbeck Disgraced", "The Loyalists and the Skye Pioneers", "Crimes, Slaves, Early Press, and a New Name", "Of Conditions and Currency", "The Island from 1820 to Mid-Century", "The Strait", "Mid-nineteenth Century Years", "The Land Question", "The Exciting Sixties", "Ships Ahoy", "Unionwith Canada", "The Post-Confederation and Modern Era". With an index. Vg-f ine in dj. 35.00

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211 CALLBECK, Lorne C. CALLBECK, Phillips HOLLAND, Samuel PATTERSON, Walter Cradle of Confederation : A Brief History of Prince Edward Island from its Discovery to the Present Time. ltd, signed in dj.
Brunswick, 1964, 
CALLBECK, Lorne C. The Cradle of Confederation : A Brief History of Prince Edward Island from its Discovery to the Present Time. Fredericton : Brunswick Press, (1964). Pp (14),15-256, fldg colour frontis. Illustrated. 8vo, red buckram cloth. Copy # 132 of the limited first edition. "An Atlantic Advocate Book". Chapters : "Our First Tourist" (Cartier), "France's Attempts atSettlement", "Defeat and Recovery", "The Deportation", "The Grand Lottery" , "Early British Settlements", "Charlottetown's First Day", "Privateers", "The American War Years", "Patterson and Callbeck Disgraced", "The Loyalistsand the Skye Pioneers", "Crimes, Slaves, Early Press, and a New Name", "Of Conditions and Currency", "The Island from 1820 to Mid-Century", "The Stra it", "Mid-nineteenth Century Years", "The Land Question", "The Exciting Sixties", "Ships Ahoy", "Union with Canada", "The Post-Confederation and Modern Era". With an index. Vg in lightly nicked dj. Signed by Callbeck on the half-title. 50.00

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Summer Provinces by the Sea. limp leather. , CALLENDER, Romaine)
212 CALLENDER, Romaine) Summer Provinces by the Sea. limp leather.
1913, 
(CALLENDER, Romaine). Summer Provinces by the Sea. A description of the Vacation Resources of Eastern Quebec and the Maritime Provinces of Canada, in the territory served by the Canadian Government Railways: - Intercolonial Railway, Prince Edward Island Railway. 1913. (Written and arranged by... Photographs and Designs by the Author). (Moncton : Intercolonial Railway of Canada, 1913). Pp (4),[5]-310,(6,index),(4),fldg.map. 8vo, limp green leather. Hinges cracked, waterstain to rear cover, else vg. 75.00

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Summer Provinces by the Sea. softcover , CALLENDER, Romaine)
213 CALLENDER, Romaine) Summer Provinces by the Sea. softcover
0, 
(Canadian Government Railways). Summer Provinces by the Sea. A description of the Vacation Resources of Eastern Quebec and the Maritime Provinces of Canada, in the territory served by the Canadian Government Railways: - Intercolonial Railway, Prince Edward Island Railway. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. [1913?]. Pp (42,[1]-310,(6,index),(8),fldg.map. 8vo, green card covers. Spine sunned, else vg. 50.00

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214 CAMERON, James) AKENSON, Donald H., ed. WEALE, David OSBORNE, Brian S. Canadian Papers in Rural History, Volume II
Langdale Press, Gananoque, ON, 1980, ISBN:0969077211 
CAMERON, James. Canadian Papers in Rural History, Volume II. Edited by Donald H. Akenson. Gananoque, ON : Langdale Press, (1980). Pp. (8),7-172,(2). 8vo, brown cloth with gilt lettering to front and spine. Donald Harman Akenson FRSC, FRHS (b. May 22, 1941, Minneapolis, Minnesota). Of nautical interest: James Cameron's "The Role of Shipping from Scottish Ports in Emigrationto the Canadas, 1815-1855" (pp. 135-154). Also includes: Robert E. Ankli, Dan Helsberg, and John Herd Thompson's "The Adoption of the Gasoline Tractor in Western Canada"; David E. Weale's "The Shell-Mud Diggers of Prince Edward Island"; Brian S. Osborne's "Trading on a Frontier: The Function of Peddlers, Markets, and Fairs in Nineteenth-Century Ontario"; R.W. Widdis's "Tracing Property Ownership in Nineteenth-Century Ontario: A Guide to the Archival Sources"; James O'Mara's "The Seasonal Round of Gentry Farmers in Early Ontario: A Preliminary Analysis"; Christian Norman's "A Company Community: Garden Island, Upper Canada at Mid-Century"; and Donald H. Akenson's "Listening to Rural Language: Ballycarry, Co. Antrim, 1798-1817". Previous owner's name inked to ffep, else very good. 25.00

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215 CAMERON, John R. Maritime Union Study Provincial-Municipal Relations in the Maritime Provinces
1970, 
CAMERON, John R. in consultation with John F. GRAHAM. Provincial-Municipal Relations in the Maritime Provinces. Fredericton : Maritime Union Study, 1970. Pp i-xi,(1),1-182,(2). 8vo, white card covers with blank spine. Contents: 1. The Historical Background; 2. The Structure of Municipal Government; 3. The Provision of Services: Municipal Expenditures; 4. Paying for Services: Municipal Revenues; 5. Summary and Conclusions. With several appendices,dealing largely with regional expenditures in the preceding ten years. Vg. 10.00

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216 CAMERON, Ralph. Canadian Geographical Journal, Volume 69, No. 2, August 1964 MacKINNON, Frank HARRINGTON, Lyn Prince Edward Island Moves Into Its Fifth Century.
Royal Canadian Geographical Society, Ottawa , 1964, 
CAMERON, Ralph. “Prince Edward Island Moves Into Its Fifth Century.” An article in Canadian Geographical Journal, Volume LXIX, No. 2, August 1964, pp.46-55 (12 photographs and one map). Ottawa : Royal Canadian Geographical S ociety, 1964. Pp (3),40-77,iv-ix,(1) including wrappers. Illustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. Other articles : Frank MacKinnon's “Confederation Conference Centennial, 1964” (pp. 40-45); Jack Van Dusen and Malak's “Canadians Learn German the Right Way” (pp. 56-59); Lyn Harrington's “The Boabab, Tree with the Gouty Stem” (pp. 60-63); H.L. Trueman's “Hunger Unlimited” (pp. 64-77). Very good. 30.00

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217 CAMERON, Silver Donald Sniffing the Coast : An Acadian Voyage. in dj
Macmillan, 1993, ISBN:0771590148 
CAMERON, Silver Donald. Sniffing the Coast : An Acadian Voyage. Tor.: Macmillan Canada, (1993). Pp (14),1-290 + 8 pp photos. 8vo, blue cloth. "The summer of 1992 was foggy, cold and calm. As the crew of Silvershark sailed, rowed and drifted around the Gulf of St. Lawrence the Acadian Sea - they had to use every navigational trick they knew, including sniffing the coast. Silver Donald Cameron and his wife, Lulu, left Cape Breton in July bound for ports of call in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and the Magdalen Islands." - from the dust-jacket. Vg in dj. 20.00

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218 CAMERON, Silver Donald BELLIVEAU, John Edward HARRINGTON, Michael Iceboats to Superferries : An Illustrated History of Marine Atlantic. First Edition, Paperback
Breakwater, St. John's, NF, 1992, ISBN:1550810278 
CAMERON, Silver Donald, John Edward BELLIVEAU, and Michael HARRINGTON. Iceboats to Superferries : An Illustrated History of Marine Atlantic. (St. John's, NF) : Breakwater, (1992). First Edition. Pp. (4),v-vii,(1),9-175,(1) + 8 p. of colour plates at rear. With 259 b&w photos in the text. Double column. Oblong 8vo, photo-illustrated blue card covers with white titles to front and spine. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 1671. A volume on the history of the Marine Atlantic shipping line, which revolutionized ferry travel in Atlantic Canada, and now boasts a fleet connection all of the provinces in the region, extending into Labrador as well as Maine. Contents: 1. Bellieveau's "Marine Atlantic: Then and Now": i. Lifeline for Islanders, ii. A Romantic Background, iii. Winds of Change, iv. A New Star Rises, v. Under One Umbrella, vi. The Stena Affair, vii. A Princess Joins the Fleet, viii. The New Era Begins, ix. The Great Ferry Tale, x. The Superferry Era, xi. The Corporation Today; 2. Cameron's "The PEI and Fundy Services": i. The Throat of Fundy, ii. The Ferry Services of Prince Edward Island, iii. The International Run; 3. Harrington's "The Gulf and Coastal Services": i. Plotting the Course, ii. Leading the Way, iii. Bridging the Gap, iv. Forging the Link, v. Strengthening the Bond, vi. The Drydock in St. John's, vii. From Small Fry to Superferries. Very good. 35.00

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219 CAMPBELL, A.P. CLEVER, Glen, intro. Red Clay Soil. First Edition.
Square Deal Publications, Charlottetown, 1976, ISBN:0920078001 
CAMPBELL, A.P. Red Clay Soil. (Charlottetown : Square Deal Publications), n.d. [1976]. Pp (8),[1]-58,(2). 4to, card covers. Introduction "Poet of Prince Edward Island" by Glen Clever. Alphonsus Patrick Campbell (b. 1912 - d. 1983, Ottawa). Very good. 20.00

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History of Prince Edward Island., CAMPBELL, Duncan
220 CAMPBELL, Duncan History of Prince Edward Island.
Bremner Brothers, Charlottetown , 1875, 
CAMPBELL, Duncan. History of Prince Edward Island. Charlottetown : Bremner Brothers, 44 Queen Street, 1875. Pp vii,(1),[1]-224,(16) adv. 8vo, reddish cloth. Morley p.116, Watters p.660, Rhodenizer p.571. For Campbell (18181886) see Shirley Elliott, DCB XI:147-8. “The principal aim of the Author has been to produce a History of Prince Edward Island, which might claim some degree of merit as to conciseness, accuracy, and impartiality, from the period it became a British possession until its recent union with the other confederated provinces of British North America. [...] It was necessary that aconsiderable portion of the work should deal with the Land Question.” - fr om the Preface. Covers badly worn and stained, tears along spine and at spine ends, heavy foxing to endpapers and initial blanks, occasional foxing elsewhere, else vg. As is. 60.00

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