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221 CHATTERJEE, A.K. Tungsten Mineralization in the Carbonate Rocks of the George River Group, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia.
Province of Nova Scotia, Department of Mines, Halifax , 1977, 
CHATTERJEE, A.K. Tungsten Mineralization in the Carbonate Rocks of the George River Group, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. Halifax : Province of NovaScotia, Department of Mines, 1977. Pp (6),1-26. Illustrated. 8vo, stapled printed white and blue card covers. Nova Scotia Department of Mines Paper 77-7. Spine browned, else very good. Signed by the author. 22.00

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222 Cheticamp - Directory) Ou, Qui et Quoi dans le village de Cheticamp
Saint Peter's Parish Council, Cheticamp, 1978, 
(Chéticamp - Directory). Où, Qui et Quoi dans le village de Chéticamp / Who. Where and What in the Village of Cheticamp. [Cheticamp : Saint Peter's Parish Council], 1978. Pp (3),1-43,(2),+ fldg.map + Addenda list tipped in. 8vo, illustrated orange stapled card covers, lettered in black. Contents : 1. Liste des edifices, maisons, magasins, garages, motels, etc. 2. Statistiques importantes. 3. Services communautaires. Very good. 16.00

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History of Cheticamp Hooked Rugs and their Artisans.. First Edition., CHIASSON, Anselme DEVEAU, Annie-Rose
223 CHIASSON, Anselme DEVEAU, Annie-Rose History of Cheticamp Hooked Rugs and their Artisans.. First Edition.
Lescarbot Publications, Yarmouth, 1985, ISBN:0921443110 
CHIASSON, Father Anselme. The History of Chéticamp Hooked Rugs and their Artisans. A Project of "La Société Saint-Pierre". Edited by Father Anselme Chiasson. Researched by Annie-Rose Deveau. Translated by Marcel LeBlanc. (Yarmouth, Nova Scotia) : Lescarbot Publications, n.d. [1985]. First Edition. Pp (6),7-183,(5) + 16 pages of colour photos. Many other illustrations in the text. 8vo, card covers with white spine. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4929. "Hooked rugs and tapestries have been famous for more than 50 years and constitute a unique form of handicrafts in Chéticamp. These are renowned for their perfect workmanship, rich soft colours, their diversity of design and often also for their distinguished owners. These rugs have an equally colorful history. The fact that they were introduced in Chéticamp by a New York artist, Miss Lillian Burke and by the family of the famous inventor, Mr. Alexander Graham Bell, already gives them an illustrious beginning." - from the foreword by Pere Chiasson. Chapters : 1. Chéticamp: Its Geographic Location, Its Founding and Evolution; 2. The Different Kinds of Rugs and Their Use; 3. Rugs Made with Wool and Jute Canvas with the Use of a Hook; 4. The First sales, The Pedlars; 5. Fledgling Beginnings with Different Kinds of Rugs; 6. Important turning point in the history of hooked rugs. Miss Burke's arrival from New York; 7. Miss Burke's demands and her kind-heartedness; 8.The extraordinary development of the rug making industry; 9. The notorious 1936-1937 crisis; 10. Mrs. Charlie Aucoin and the dissenting grooup; 11. S ome of the Handcraft's Renowned Artists; 12. The Boutiques; 13. New Initiatives and Perspectives for the Future. Very good. 30.00

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224 CHIASSON, Anselme LACOURCIERE, Luc, preface Cheticamp : Histoire et Traditions acadiennes.. 3rd ed.
Éditions des Aboiteaux, Moncton , 1972, 
CHIASSON, Père Anselme. Chéticamp : Histoire et Traditions acadiennes. Préface de Luc Lacourcière. 3e édition. Moncton : Éditions des Aboiteaux, 1972.Pp (6),[7]-317,(3), frontispiece + 30 pp.photos. 8vo, card covers. Tennyso n, Cape Bretoniana 3554. Very good. 25.00

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Chéticamp : History and Acadian Traditions, CHIASSON, Anselme LACOURCIERE, Luc, preface. LeBLANC, Jean Doris, trans.
225 CHIASSON, Anselme LACOURCIERE, Luc, preface. LeBLANC, Jean Doris, trans. Chéticamp : History and Acadian Traditions
Breton Books, Wreck Cove, NS, 1998, ISBN:1895415292 
CHIASSON, Anselme. Chéticamp : History and Acadian Traditions. Preface by Luc Lacourcière; Translation by Jean Doris LeBlanc. Wreck Cove, Nova Scotia : Breton Books, 1998. Pp (6),vii-xi,(1),1-275,(1) + an 8-page section of b&w photos. 3 maps in the text. 8vo, photo-illustrated cardcovers.

Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 3554.

"Here is the story of an extraordinary people — the Acadians of Cape Breton Island. Written with clarity and love, and hailed asa rare local history with wide appeal, Chéticamp is an extremely well-info rmed history, folklore and guide to to this littie-known corner of the Maritimes.

The undeclared capital of Acadian Cape Breton, Chéticamp is the centre of a distinct culture with its own songs, stories, and approach to religion, business and education. From the settlers in the 1780s to the community today, this book is passionate, informative and entertaining. - from rear cover.

Chapters:
1. Dawning of Acadia and the English Conquest
2. Geographical and Political Position of Chéticamp
3. Founding of Chéticamp
4. Economic Life
5. Religious Life
6. Field of Education
7. Health
8. Civil Life
9. Different Events
10. Social Life
11. Supplement: Chéticamp Since 1961

Appendices, Footnotes and Bibliography.

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Story of the Hooked Rugs of Chéticamp and Their Artisans. Revised Edition, CHIASSON, Anselme, and Annie-Rose DEVEAU LeBLANC, Marcel, trans. DEVEAU, Annie-Rose
226 CHIASSON, Anselme, and Annie-Rose DEVEAU LeBLANC, Marcel, trans. DEVEAU, Annie-Rose Story of the Hooked Rugs of Chéticamp and Their Artisans. Revised Edition
Breton Books, Wreck Cove, N.S., 2006, ISBN:1895415756 
CHIASSON, Anselme, and Annie-Rose DEVEAU. The Story of the Hooked Rugs of Chéticamp and Their Artisans. Edited by Father Anselme Chiasson. Researched by Annie-Rose Deveau. Translated by Marcel LeBlanc. (Wreck Cove, N.S.) : Breton Books, (2006). Revised Edition. Pp (6),vii-[viii],8-150,(2),+ 8 pp colour plates. Illustrated. 8vo, 8vo, photo-illustrated card covers, green spine, lettered in yellow.

"This delightful book is filled with full-colour pictures of hooked rugs and rare historic black-and-white photos. It keeps alive a folk craft that developed into asuccessful community industry -- a vraft that reaches the wider world whil e clinging to its roots.

The Story of the Hooked Rugs of Chéticamp and Their Artisans includes details about the lives of Chéticamp rug hookers, the rug making process, the tools and materials, as well as examples of magnificent tapestries and rugs in the collection of Élizabeth Lefort Gallery, Les Trois Pignons. This book trumpets the skill and pride of an extraordinary people in a beautiful place -- the Acadians of Cape Breton Island." (from the back cover).

Contents :
1. Chéticamp: Its Geographic Location and Its Founding and Evolution;
2. Different Kinds of Rugs and Their Use;
3. Rugs Madewith Wool and Jute Canvas with the Use of a Hook;
4. The First Sales: The Pedlars;
5. Fledgling Beginnings, with Different Kinds of Rugs;
6. Important Turning Point in the History of Hooked Rugs: The Arrival of Miss Lillian Burke;
7. Miss Burke's Demands and Her Kindheartedness;
8. The Extraordinary Development of the Rug Making Industry;
9. The Notorious Crisis fof 1936-1 937;
10. Mrs. Marie (à Charlie à Lubin) Aucoin and the Dissenting Group;
11. Some of This Handcraft's Renowned Artists;
12. The Boutiques;
13. New Initiatives and Perspectives for the Future.

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227 CHIASSON, Anselme. GRACE, Rosie Aucoin, trans. Seven-Headed Beast and Other Acadian Tales from Cape Breton Island. First Edition, Paperback.
Breton Books, Wreck Cove, 1996, ISBN:189541542x 
CHIASSON, Anselme. The Seven-Headed Beast and Other Acadian Tales from CapeBreton Island. Collected by Anselme Chiasson. Translated by Rosie Aucoin G race. Wreck Cove : Breton Books, 1996. First Printing. Pp (6),1-190,(4). 8vo, illustrated red card covers with yellow, white and black lettering to front, yellow, white and green lettering to spine. "This is not kids' stuff! The first book of Acadian tales in English, 'The Seven-Headed Beast' establishes these stories as a major part of Cape Breton heritage and of world literature. Told at wakes and weddings and all kinds of kitchen rackets, these are raw, saucy tales of ridiculed kings, powerful women, outrageous creatures -- plus the antics of P'tit Jean, the marvelous Jack and Coyote of Acadian legend. Anselme Chiasson has collected these extraordinary tales, and Rosie Aucoin Grace's translation keeps them alive, startling, horrifying, and good entertainment -- a rare and wonderful find!" - from rear. Name, else very good. 10.00

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228 CHIASSON, Yvon, Pierre DEGRACE, and Mikio MORIYASU DEGRACE, Pierre MORIYASU, Mikio CAFSAC Research Document 90/28) Review of the snow crab (Chionoecetes opilio) fishery in Areas 18 and 19 (Western Cape Breton Island) for 1989
Canadian Atlantic Fisheries Scientific Advisory Committee / Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Moncton, NB, 1990, 
CHIASSON, Yvon, Pierre DEGRACE, and Mikio MORIYASU. Review of the snow crab(Chionoecetes opilio) fishery in Areas 18 and 19 (Western Cape Breton Isla nd) for 1989 . Moncton, NB: Canadian Atlantic Fisheries Scientific AdvisoryCommittee / Department of Fisheries and Oceans, 1990. Pp. 29. Stapled type script with orange cover sheet. CAFSAC Research Document 90/28. Vg. 7.00

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229 CHISHOLM, Archie Neil SUTCLIFFE, Brian CAPLAN, Ronald TAFT, Michael As True As I'm Sittin' Here : 200 Cape Breton Stories. 1st printing
Breton Books, Wreck Cove, 2000, ISBN:1895415586 
CHISHOLM, Archie Neil. "As True As I'm Sittin' Here" : 200 Cape Breton Stories. Collected by Archie Neil Chisholm. Edited by Brian Sutcliffe and Ronald Caplan, with Folklore Motifs by Michael Taft. (Wreck Cove) : Breton Books, (2000). First Printing. Pp [i]-x,(2),1-206,(6). 8vo, grey card covers with green spine. "Here is the wit and good humour, the ghost tales, comebacksand outrageous happenings - 200 stories by 34 storytellers that shorten th e road, lighten the work, and make life worth living." - rear cover. Vg. 10.00

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230 CHISHOLM, Archie Neil). DUCHARME, Mary Anne CAPLAN, Ronald, (ed) Archie Neil : From the Life and Stories of Archie Neil Chisholm of MargareeForks, Cape Breton. pbk ed.
Breton Books, Wreck Cove, 1992, ISBN:1895415128 
(CHISHOLM, Archie Neil). DUCHARME, Mary Anne. Archie Neil : From the Life and Stories of Archie Neil Chisholm of Margaree Forks, Cape Breton. Biography, Oral History, Anthology. Edited by Ronald Caplan. Wreck Cove : Breton Books, 1992. Pp (6),vii-xiii,(3),1-222,(2) + 8 p. of photos. 8vo, red card covers. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 5067. Ducharme of Whycocomagh has been a Cape Bretoner since 1979. Chisholm b.1907. "'Archie Neil' is a beautifully written collaboration that will keep alive forever the life and stories of Archie Neil Chisholm. Saddled with polio, pride, and a lack of discipline -- Archie Neil lived out the contradictory life of a terrific teacher floundering in alcoholism. His growth, plunge, and rise as an extraordinarily valuable person in the Cape Breton community is good, lasting reading." - from the rear cover. Very good. 10.00

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231 CHISHOLM, Archie Neil). DUCHARME, Mary Anne CAPLAN, Ronald, (ed) Archie Neil : From the Life and Stories of Archie Neil Chisholm of MargareeForks, Cape Breton. pbk ed. signed by Ducharme
Breton Books, Wreck Cove, 1992, ISBN:1895415128 
(CHISHOLM, Archie Neil). DUCHARME, Mary Anne. Archie Neil : From the Life and Stories of Archie Neil Chisholm of Margaree Forks, Cape Breton. Biography, Oral History, Anthology. Edited by Ronald Caplan. Wreck Cove : Breton Books, 1992. Pp (6),vii-xiii,(3),1222,(2) + 8 p. of photos. 8vo, card covers.Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 5067. Ducharme of Whycocomagh has been a Cape Br etoner since 1979. Chisholm b.1907. "'Archie Neil' is a beautifully writtencollaboration that will keep alive forever the life and stories of Archie Neil Chisholm. Saddled with polio, pride, and a lack of discipline -- Archie Neil lived out the contradictory life of a terrific teacher floundering in alcoholism. His growth, plunge, and rise as an extraordinarily valuable person in the Cape Breton community is good, lasting reading." - from the rear cover. Very good. Inscribed by Ducharme. 14.00

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232 CHISHOLM, Archie Neil). DUCHARME, Mary Anne CAPLAN, Ronald, (ed) Archie Neil: : From the Life and Stories of Archie Neil Chisholm of Margaree Forks, Cape Breton. pbk ed. signed by Neil
Breton Books, Wreck Cove , 1992, ISBN:1895415128 
(CHISHOLM, Archie Neil). DUCHARME, Mary Anne. Archie Neil : From the Life and Stories of Archie Neil Chisholm of Margaree Forks, Cape Breton. Biography, Oral History, Anthology. Edited by Ronald Caplan. Wreck Cove : Breton Books, 1992. Pp (6),vii-xiii,(3),1-222,(2) + 8 p. of photos. 8vo, card covers. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 5067. Ducharme of Whycocomagh has been a Cape Bretoner since 1979. Chisholm b.1907. "'Archie Neil' is a beautifully written collaboration that will keep alive forever the life and stories of ArchieNeil Chisholm. Saddled with polio, pride, and a lack of discipline -- Arch ie Neil lived out the contradictory life of a terrific teacher floundering in alcoholism. His growth, plunge, and rise as an extraordinarily valuable person in the Cape Breton community is good, lasting reading." - from the rear cover. Very good. Signed by Archie Neil. 15.00

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233 CHOYCE, Lesley Dream Auditor : Short Stories. First Edition
Indivisible Books, Charlottetown, 1986, ISBN:092030463X 
CHOYCE, Lesley. The Dream Auditor : Short Stories. Charlottetown : Indivisible Books, 1986. First Edition. ("An imprint of Ragweed Books"). Printed by Williams and Crue (1982) Limited. Pp (8),9-87,(1). 8vo, illustrated cardcovers.
"Lesley Choyce, a well known Maritime Canadian author, was born in deep space many years ago. After several aborted transmigrations, he awoke to bright lights in a hospital bed in Riverside, New Jersey. He was influenced by other extra-terrestrials who had gathered in that state for the purpose of making money. While visiting Nova Scotia in 1977, a vision appeared to Choyce as he surfed a hollow wave at Lawrencetown Beach. Certain that he was receiving instructions from his progenitors in another galaxy, he followed the directive to move to Nova Scotia and give up worldly goods. Self-induced poverty created a comfortable time-warp that has allowed him and his family to exist outside of time and space and the usual political affiliations. The Dream Auditor is a book of science fiction short stories that accurately describe alternate worlds not at all unlike the one we live in." - from rear cover.
The stories are: "The Dream Auditor", "The Day the Nurk Field Collapsed", "Buddha at the Laundromat" [with "The Bedford Highway U-Wash", "Don Giovanni's Auto Repair in Sackville", a 1962 Corvair, &c], "Privileged Information", "Thanotopolis Revisited", "The Loneliness of the Long Distance Writer", "Beaverbrook in Love" [with mention of the Antarctic Conversion Farming Centre], "Princess Thirty Moonbeams and the Hard Luck Bargaining Kit" [with a Halifax setting, a Cape Breton taxi driver and "It was a quiet day, almost-spring day in Halifax except for the fact that a truck from a greeting card company had overturned on the corner of Brunswick and Prince Streets and thousands of birthday cards were blowing around Halifax looking for people with birthdays.], "Boylan Briggs Salutes the New Cause"; "Renaissance Man"
Very good. 10.00

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234 CHOYCE, Lesley Fiddlehead Poetry Books No.294 Re-inventing the Wheel. First Edition, Signed
Fiddlehead Poetry Books, Fredericton, 1980, ISBN:0920110932 
CHOYCE, Lesley. Re-inventing the Wheel. (Fredericton, N.B.) : Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1980. First Edition. Pp (4),5-52. 8vo, photo-illustrated white paperback, black lettering to front & spine. Laugher, Atlantic Province Authors of the Twentieth Century : A Bio-bibliographical Checklist p.100. "Lesley Choyce has been labelled one of the finest eggplant poets to emerge in this continent." - East Petpeswick Pioneer, June 20, 1980 - cited in PoetryToronto, January 1983. This was hotly contested and ultimately defended in the months following by contributors to the Port Dufferin Examiner's summe r suplement guest-edited by John Barnstead. Fiddlehead Poetry Books No.294.One of 500 copies. The poems: "Here in the No-Crisis Summer", "Breakage", "I Settle for This", "Between Jobs", "Cold/Winter", "Song of the Open Gym Bag", "Side Trip", "Spring Thaw" [a poem of junior arsonists], "The Refrigerator Hisses", "Toward the Perfect Phobia", "Like air to golden thinness beat", "The Afterforest", "untitled", "A handful of duds" [Pimms No.1], "Poem found in the #66 DeCamp bus", "D.H. Lawrence lawnmower", "Goat Piece", "Summer Morning Barter", "Having been on TV", "The Garden", "small talk", "The Hawk", "Melting the Ice Cap", "Paint *by* Number*Garden*of* Gethsemene", "The Meadow", "Of Education", "Grave Tour", "The Only Poem I Ever Wrote AboutParis", "The Professor Lectures", "Jailhouse Rock" [Chezzetcook summer eve ning], "Moustache Attempt", "Hermit", "Memories of America: Montauk, 1968","Memories of America: National Park", "Memories of America: Rockaway Beach ", "The Possible Ear of God", "Cod Piece" [Three Fathom Harbour], "The Joy of Keeping the Car on the Road", "Sometimes I See Other Women with Your Parts", "My perfect failure", "Factory Outlet", "Tom Gilbert's Pants", "How toGet to the Outhouse on a Dark Night", "Accounts Receivable", "Harvest", "B attles in the Attic", "Deliverence", "Memories of America IV: The Eggplant Years", "Death as Metaphor", "Dancing Lady", "Cape Breton Koan", "GottingenStreet" [on a homeless man, as "streetcorner capstan", &c, with mention of the Lobster Trap] and "40-Watt lighthouse". Very good. Signed, without ins cription, by Choyce. 15.00

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235 CHOYCE, Lesley MacASKILL, Angus End of Ice. First Edition
Goose Lane, Fredericton, 1985, 
CHOYCE, Lesley. The End of Ice. (Fredericton): Goose Lane, (1985). Pp (6),7-67,(1). 8vo, trade paperback. Verse including "Inverness, Cape Breton", "The Imaginary Potato", "Angus (Giant) MacAskill Smiles North", "Thoughts While Watching an Oil Rig Adrift in Halifax Harbour", many others. Very good. 6.00

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236 CHOYCE, Lesley, (ed.) JOE, Rita MacLEOD, Alistair SMITH, Ray Cape Breton Collection. First Edition
Pottersfield Press, Porters Lake, 1984, ISBN:09190011517 
CHOYCE, Lesley (ed.). The Cape Breton Collection. Porters Lake: Pottersfield Press, (1984). Pp [1]-160. 8vo, red card covers. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4942 Fiction and Poetry by Jeremy Akerman, Russell Buker, Silver Donald Cameron, Sheldon Currie, Don Domanski, Clive Doucet, Donna Doyle, Rita Joe, John E.C. MacDonald, Hugh MacLennan, Alistair MacLeod, R.J. MacSween, Farley Mowat, Elison Robertson, and Ray Smith. Edgeworn, light stain to fore-edge, else vg. 12.00

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237 CHOYCE, Lesley, (ed.) BOGAN, Larry Alternating Currents : A Handbook of Renewable Energy for Atlantic Canada
Wooden Anchor Press, Purcell's Cove , NS, 1977, 
CHOYCE, Lesley, (ed.). Alternating Currents : A Handbook of Renewable Energy for Atlantic Canada. Purcell's Cove, Halifax, Nova Scotia : Wooden AnchorPress, (1977). First Edition. Pp (4),[3]-136,(2). Illustrated. 8vo, yellow cardcovers, with illustration on front and plain spine. Laugher, Atlantic Province Authors of the Twentieth Century : A Bio-bibliographical Checklistp.100. Contents: totroduction; "Environmentally Appropriate Housing" by Ro n Argue and Bruce McCallum; Wood Heat and the Forest Resources of the Maritimes" by Larry Bogan; Building a Solar Greenhouse" by Rick Fisher and Bill Yanda; Wind Technology: Where We 're Coming From" by Todd Parry; "Wind Energy Fundamentals" by Martin Greenwald; "The Synchronous Converter: A New Wayto Store the Wind's Energy" by Daniel Atkins [of Crowdis Conservers in Bad deck, Cape Breton] ; "Methane Gas Production From Animal Wastes" by H.M. Lapp, D.D.Schulte, and L.C. Buchanan; "Foot Power: The Bicycle Generator" by North Shore Ecology Center "Human Energy: A Stationary Capstan" by Karl MacKeeman; "The Case Against Nuclear Power" by Lesley Choyce; "Nuclear Power: Do We Really Want It?" by Susan Holtz; "Fundy Tidal Power" by David Machines; Renewable Energy Hardware and Information Contacts; Bibliography; Contributors . Old penned price on title-page, a little light spotting to fore-edge and cover, else very good. 30.00

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238 CHOYCE, Lesley, (ed.) HIND, Henry Youle) PERKINS, Simeon) LYELL, Charles) Nova Scotia : A Traveller's Companion : Over 300 Years of Travel Writing. First Edition
Pottersfield Press, Lawrencetown Beach, NS, 2005, ISBN:1895900727 
CHOYCE, Lesley, (ed.). Nova Scotia : A Traveller's Companion : Over 300 Years of Travel Writing . Edited by Lesley Choyce. Lawrencetown Beach, Nova Scotia, Canada : Pottersfield Press, (2005). First Edition. Pp. (6),7-224. 8vo, map-illustrated cardcovers with brown spine. Includes the following travel and exploratory accounts of Nova Scotia (dating back to the settlement of Port Royal in 1605): Samuel de Champlain's "The Origin of Port Royal", Mark Lescarbot's "The Order of Good Cheer", Nicolas Denys's "A Descritpion [sic] of Canso & Chedabucto Bay", Jacob Bailey's "Arriving in the Northern Capital", Simeon Perkins's "Notes from a Life in Liverpool", Lieutenant W. Booth's "Arrival in Spanish River", Lieutenant William Dyott's "Observations of Sydney", an unknown author's "Fifty Hovels at Spanish River", Father Vincent DePaul's "Left Behind in Halifax", Joseph Howe's "To Antigonish and Beyond", Charles Dickens's "An Englishman's View of Halifax", Richard Henry Dana Jr.'s "A Girl of the Street in Halifax", Sir Charles Lyell's "A Geologist's Tour of the Province", Lieutenant B.W.A. Sleigh's "The Hospitality of Cape Breton", Elizabeth Frame's "East of Halifax", Rev. Richard John Uniacke's "Wild Animals of Cape Breton", Henry Youle Hind's "Some Observations ofan Eastern Land", Charles Dudley Warner's "Baddeck, and That Sort of Thing ", Agnes Helen Lockhart's "Gems from Scotia's Crown", Ruth Kedzie Wood's "Yarmouth's Excuse", Charles Hanson Towne's "Ambling Through Parrsboro and Five Islands", Archibald MacMechan's "The Singularity of the Province", FrankOliver Call's "The Spell of Acadia", George Nestler Tricoche's "Annapolis Valley: The Realm of the Apple", T. Morris Longstreth's "The Cabot Trail", William C. (Bill) Borrett's "Place Names of Nova Scotia", and Arthur C. Walworth's "Cape Breton, Isle of Romance: The Cities". Very good. 12.50

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239 CLARK, Andrew Hill Acadia : The Geography of Early Nova Scotia to 1760. First Edition in dustjacket
1968, 
CLARK, Andrew Hill. Acadia : The Geography of Early Nova Scotia to 1760. Madison, Milwaukee and London : The University of Wisconsin Press, 1968. First Edition. Pp (6),vii-xx,(2),[3]-450,(2). Illustrated. Maps, tables. Map endpapers. 8vo, tan cloth with brown titles to spine. Tennyson 219, Tennyson:Cape Bretoniana 601. Contents: 1. Introduction; 2. The Endowment of Nature (The Forms of the Land, Climate, Vegetation, Soils); 3. The Micmac Indians : First Residents of Acadia (The People, The Economy, Other Elements of Material Culture); 4. Acadia to 1670 (The Extent of Acadia, Beginnings in 1632, French Settlement and Nominal French Control, The Settlements, The English Interregnum); 5. The Acadian Expansion, 1670-1710 (A Crown Colony: The Acadian Sector of New France, Population Growth and Location, The Settlements, The Economy); 6. Acadian Nova Scotia, 1710-1748 (Sovereignty, Government and the Course of Events, The Tenure of the Land, The Growth and Distribution of Population, The Individual Settlements, The Economy); 7. Cape Breton Island to 1758 (The Course of Events, Population and Settlement, The Island's Economy); 8. Mid-Century Transitions (The Course of Events, Population Numbers and Distribution, Economic Activity, The Removal of the Acadians, The Return of the Acadians, Preparation for the New England Immigration); 9. Conclusion. With bibliography and index. Previous owner's name, else vg in lightly chipped, spine sunned dustjacket. 125.00

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240 CLARK, Frank E. Our Vacations : Where to Go, How to Go, and How to Enjoy Them. First Edition, Signed
Estes and Lauriat, Boston, 1874, 
CLARK, Frank E. Our Vacations : Where to Go, How to Go, and How to Enjoy Them. Boston : Estes and Lauriat, (1874). First Edition,. Pp (2),[1]-208,(16,of ads). Small 8vo, maroon cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spine, blindstamped lettering to rear board. Bruns, Angling Books of the Americas C108. Chapters : I. Preliminary; II. To the White Mountains for Fifteen Do llars; III. To Canada - Montreal - Quebec - Ottawa - River St. Lawrence; IV. The Tent on the Beach; V. Down East - St. John - Prince Edward Island - Cape Breton - Halifax. The adverts at the rear include Whie Mountain House, Carroll, N.H.; "The New Montreal and Boston Air Line" [express train service]; the International Steamship Company; Weekly Line for Halifax, Port Hawkesbury, Pictou and Charlottetown, P.E.I. on the steamships Carroll and Alhambra; The Central Vermont Rail Road Line; The Eastern & Maine Central Rail Road Line; R.M. Yale Sail-Maker; and Boston & Maine and Grand Trunk Rail Road Line. "If possible, we must be in Halifax during one of the market davs.[...] In this corner, a family of Micmac Indians are fashioning rainbow-co lored baskets, and at the same time nursing several bronze-faced little pappooses, which are curiously cradled between two flat pieces of board. On that side, a number of shiny-faced colored sisters are dispensing pop beer, greasy doughnuts, and gingerbread men to numerous cannibal little boys and girls who have come in with their parents from the country. Here an auctioneer is cracking his voice in the vain effort to sell some chairs and tables that have outlived their usefulness, while his stentorian tones are almost drowned by the quacking of ducks and the squawking of chickens, which are tied by their legs and thrown together in a heap on one side, to await the coming of a purchaser. White men, black men, red men, Scotchmen, Frenchmen, Yankees, and Bluenoses; jabbering English, Gaelic, Micmac, and darky lingo,bantering and haggling in a way that is known only in Halifax on a market day." - p.201. James DeMille is praised on the following page and Dartmouthis given short schrift: "Dartmouth is the principal suburb of Halifax, whe re a large skate factory and an immense ropewalk are situated. But the place is of liitle interest, and will hardly repay a visit." Rebacked with corners and spine repaired, end-papers repaired.Signed with an inscription by the author. Scarce. . 300.00

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