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261 COLLIER, Sargent F. Down East : Maine, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and the Gaspé. First Edition
Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston , 1953, 
COLLIER, Sargent F. Down East : Maine, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia and the Gaspé. Boston : Houghton Mifflin Company, 1953. First Edition. Pp (16),1-148,(4). Illustrated. Map. Large 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. Haskell, Maine, A Bibliography of Its History 256. 152 photographs and text bySargent F. Collier. Chapters : 1. Camden: Where "the Maine" Begins; 2. Cas tine: Town History for the Tabloids; 3. Bar Harbor and Mount Desert Island;4. Aestheticism in Washington County: Adam Architecture; John Martin; 5. L ubec and Eastport: The Sardine Sea; 6. Pastoral Simplicity " That's Prince Edward Island; 7. Two Days Around Cape Breton; 8. Evangeline and Acadia; 9.Halifax: Cornwallis, the Duke of Kent and the Explosion; 10. Lunenburg and the Bluenose; 11. South Shore Gaspé: Baie des Chaleurs on Speedometer; 12. Percé, Peak of the Gaspé Tour; 13. North Shore Gaspé " Up Along the St.Law rence " More Miles and Tenths; 14. Quebec on the Rock. Rubbed, smudged, edges browned, else good. 12.50

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Seafaring in Colonial Massachusetts : A Conference Held by The Colonial Society of Massachusetts November 21 and 22, 1975.  in dj., Colonial Society of Massachusetts) SMITH, Philip Chadwick Foster. BAKER, William Avery. RILEY, Stephen T.
262 Colonial Society of Massachusetts) SMITH, Philip Chadwick Foster. BAKER, William Avery. RILEY, Stephen T. Seafaring in Colonial Massachusetts : A Conference Held by The Colonial Society of Massachusetts November 21 and 22, 1975. in dj.
Colonial Society of Massachusetts, 1980, 1980 
(Colonial Society of Massachusetts). Seafaring in Colonial Massachusetts : A Conference Held by The Colonial Society of Massachusetts November 21 and 22, 1975. Boston : The Colonial Society of Massachusetts, 1980. First Edition. Printed at the Anthoensen Press, Portland, Maine. Pp (4),v-xvii,(3),3-240,(2) + frontispiece, [56] pages of plates. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine, gilt circular device to front board.

Publications of The Colonial Society of Massachusetts, Volume 52.

Contents :
Foreword by Frederick S. Allis, Jr.;
Introduction by Philip Chadwick Foster Smith
"Vessel Types of Colonial Massachusetts" by William Avery Baker (pp.3-29);

"Abraham Browne's Captivity by the Barbary Pirates, 1655" by Stephen T. Riley (pp.31-42);

"Guarding the New England Coast: The Naval Career of Cyprian Southack" by Sinclair Hitchings (pp.43-65);

"The Colonial Charting of the Massachusetts Coast" by William P. Cumming (pp.67-118);

"Des Barres' The Atlantic Neptune" by Augustus P. Loring (pp.119-130);

"The Price and Profits of Accomodation: Massachusetts - Louisbourg Trade 1713-1744" by Donald F. Chard (pp.131-151) Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 594;

"The Whale Oil Trade, 1750-1775" by Richard C. Kugler (pp.153-173);

"King George, The Massachusetts Province Ship, 1757-1763: A Survey" by Philip Chadwick Foster Smith (pp.175-198);

"Smuggling, the Navy, and the Customs Service, 1763-1772" by Joseph R. Frese, S.J. (pp.199-212).

With index.

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263 CONNOLLY, Pat. JACOBSON, Joel. Play By Play : The Life and Times of Pat Connolly. First Edition
Nimbus, Halifax, 2013, ISBN:9781771080767 
CONNOLLY. Pat. Play By Play : The Life and Times of Pat Connolly. As told to Joel Jacobson. (Halifax, NS) : Nimbus Publishing, (2013). First Printing.Pp. (7), viii-xii, [1]-156. Illustrated with 34 b&w photos in the text. 8v o, photo-illustrated blue card covers. "Pat Connolly was known to thousandsas the consummate sportscaster and play-by-play man. He spent more than si xty years talking of, writing about, and analyzing sports in radio, television, and print media in Nova Scotia and central Canada. His clear, sharp voice was known to thousands, and his eclectic life encompassed journalism, politics, community work, and an abiding dedication to family. Told with characteristic wit and honesty, Play by Play is Pat’s memoir of a life well-lived." -- from rear cover. Chapters : 1. Growing Up in Cape Breton and Journalistic Baby Steps ; 2. First Hockey Broadcast and More ; 3. From Flin Flonto the Wonder Years at CJCH ; 4. On the Road Again ; 5. The Voyageur Years ; 6. Here Come the Oilers and AHL Stories ; 7. Halls of Fame I Have Known and Loved ; 8. Demons and Health Issues ; 9. Politics: An Unrequited Love Affair ; 10. Believing in Life ; 11. Characters Make Life Interesting ; 12. Leaders in University Sport and Gurus of the Media ; 13. Humbly Being Recognized ; 14. I Take My Leave, But My Heart Carries On ; Epilogue. A Life Fully Lived Ends, With Gratitude and No Regrets. Very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 12.00

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264 CONNOR, Ralph GORDON, Charles William Arm of Gold.
McClelland & Stewart, Toronto , 1932, 
CONNOR, Ralph. The Arm of Gold. Toronto : McClelland & Stewart, Limited, Publishers, (1932). Pp (6),1-314. 8vo, orange cloth, black lettering to frontboard and spine, top edge dyed orange. Watters p.297, Spadoni & Donnelly 1 061, Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4960. “The scene of his latest novel is Ravanoolish, a lovely Cape Breton village, clinging to the hillsides that run down to the Bras d'Or. Four hours away, the great smokestacks from coal pitsand steel-furnaces, roll their sooty clouds to blacken the clean blue of h eaven. Between these two extremes flow the rivers of the actors in the drama. Here religion and scepticism, the sweet culture of gentle souls and the fierce ruthlessness of modern commerce, materialism and idealism, pure loveand hideous lust, mingle and work out their various destinies.” - from the dj. Slightly cocked, spine and margins faded, minor spotting to spine, pen ned initials dated 1932, foxing to edges, else good in rubbed, spine chipped and torn, gold-coloured dustjacket illustrated in green and black. As is.30.00

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265 CONNOR, Ralph GORDON, Charles William Formac Fiction Treasures LENNOX, John Arm of Gold. Formac reprint.
Formac Publishing Company Limited, Halifax, 2007, ISBN:0887807291 
CONNOR, Ralph. The Arm of Gold. Introduction by John Lennox. Halifax : Formac Publishing Company Limited, (2007). Pp (4),v,-xvi,314,(6). 8vo, art-illustrated cardcovers. See Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4960. In the Formac Fiction Treasures series. "Romance, cultural clashes and financial ruin on the idyllic Bras d'Or Lakes, Cape Breton" - - from the front cover. “The Arm of Gold is set in a fictional community [Ravanoke] on the Bras d'Or Lakes in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia in the 1920s. When some affluent American visitors come for a fishing holiday, their lives become intertwined with the local residents they encounter. Free-enterprising Americans find themselves dependent on self-sufficient but open-minded Cape bretoners. This novel explores the social, cultural and religious issues facing the community in the dynamic 1920s when modernization reached deep into small Cape Breton communities.” - from the rear cover. Very good. 12.00

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266 CONRAD, Margaret Recording Angels : The Private Chronicles of Women from the Maritime Provinces of Canada, 1750-1950 . First Edition.
Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women, Ottawa, On, 1982, ISBN:0919653065 
CONRAD, Margaret. Recording Angels : The Private Chronicles of Women from the Maritime Provinces of Canada, 1750-1950. Ottawa, Ontario : Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women, [1982]. First Edition. Pp (2),[1]-25,(1),26-36,(1). Large 8vo, illustrated blue card covers, black cloth tape spine. (8˝ x 11). Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4135 for Mary Elizabeth W ood Smith of Smthville, Cape Breton pp.15-16. Includes : Mary Coy Morris Bradley of Gagetown and Saint John, New Brunswick (b.1771) Eliza Ann Chipman (1807-1853), Mathilda Faulkner Churchill (1840-1925) of Truro Rebecca ChaseKinsman Ells (1856-1928), Margaret Marshall Saunders (1861-1947), Alice Co alfleet, (b. Hantsport, N.S.) Laura Kaulback Slauenwhite (1880-1976, born in Pine Grove, Lunenburg County). Very good. 50.00

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267 COOK, James, Capt. Public Archives of Nova Scotia Report of the Board of Trustees of the Public Archives of Nova Scotia, for the Year 1958
Queen's Printer, Public Archives of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1959, 
(COOK, James, Capt.). Report: Board of Trustees of the Public Archives of Nova Scotia, for the Year 1958. Halifax : Queen's Printer, 1959. Pp (4),5-43,(1). 8vo, silver stapled card covers. Appendix B : Capt. James Cook's Description of the Sea-Coast of Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and Newfoundland (pp 19-37). Also, Appendix C : A Ride from Halifax to Windsor [1827] (pp 38-43).Covers rubbed and creased, else very good. NOTE: Shipping should be less f or this slim item. 40.00

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268 Cookbook - St. Mark's Anglican Church Women From Our --- Kitchen ... To Yours : St. Mark's Anglican Church Women, Hackenley Group, Coxheath, Nova Scotia
Published for the organization by Gateway Publishing Co. Ltd., Winnipeg, Manitoba, 1969, 
(Cookbook – St. Mark's Anglican Church Women). From Our --- Kitchen ... To Yours : St. Mark's Anglican Church Women, Hackenley Group, Coxheath, Nova Scotia. (Winnipeg, Manitoba : Published for the organization by Gateway Publishing Co. Ltd.), n.d. [ca 1969]. Pp (4),1-52,(2),+ 12 leaves of sectional dividers. 8vo, black comb bound, illustrated white card covers. Rubbed and browned, else good. 17.50

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269 CORBIN, Carol. ROLLS, Judith A. Centre of the World at the Edge of a Continent. Second Printing
University College of Cape Breton Press / UCCB, Sydney, Nova Scotia, 1996, ISBN:0920336825 
CORBIN, Carol and Judith A. ROLLS, (eds.). The Centre of the World at the Edge of a Continent. [cover adds subtitle : Cultural Studies of Cape Breton Island]. (Sydney, Nova Scotia) : University College of Cape Breton Press, (1996). Second Printing. Pp (6),7--247,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated yellow card covers. "While Cape Breton's culture is typically depicted as a scenic snapshot of Scottish fiddlers and tartans, the essays in this book gobeyond this tourism image. Focusing on pastimes, the arts, community, fami ly and identity, the authors have interpreted the ways that cultural practices act to maintain a cohesive and rich social world on this singular island. The themes in this book offer Cape Bretoners a glance at themselves and provide visitors with unsung sketches of Cape Breton life." - rear cover. Contents: Foreword; Corbin's introduction: "Communication, Culture and Cape Breton Island": Part I. Pastimes. Coleen Moore-Hayes' "'See You at the Forum': Pleasure Skating The Cape Breton Way"; Erna MacLeod's "Bungalows and Barbecues"; Michael G. MacDonald's "'Going Out' : A Taxonomy of Cape Breton Drinking Establishments"; Hugh MacDonald's "Talent Shows in Cape Breton"; Jeannine L. McNeil's "'What Comes Around, Goes Around': Bingo as a Cape Breton Subculture"; Joanne Kennedy's "'You Couldn't Do That in a Hall': The Social Institution of Tarabish in Cape Breton"; Joanne Kennedy's "How to Play Tarabish"; Corbin's "An American Takes Tea". Part II. The Arts. Rolls' "Culture for Sale"; Gerald Taylor's "A Peek Behind the Curtain: Cape Breton's Summertime Revue"; Marie Westhaver's "'Mary Morrison' :The Quintessential Cape Breton Character"; Ron Keough's "Real to Reel : Cape Breton on Film"; David Mahalik's "Music as a Living Tradtion"; Kevin O'Shea's "Cape Breton Fiddle Music as Popular Culture"; Sheldon MacInnes' "Stepdancing: Gach taobh dhe'n Uisge ('Both Sides of the Water'); Ellison Robertson's "Reflections of an Artist". Part III. Community and Family Life. Richard MacKinnon's "Cooperativism and Vernacular Architecture in Tompkinsville"; David L. Schmidt's "Kaqietaq 'All Gone': Honouring the Dying and Deceased in Eskasoni"; Moira Ross' "The Irish of Rocky Bay"; Corbin's "Conversation and Cultural Maintenance in Louisbourg"; Barbara Rendall's "A Sense of Family". Part IV. Culture and Identity. William Davey & Richard MacKinnon's "The Use of Nicknames in Cape Breton"; Silver Donald Cameron's "The World Which Is At Us"; Sam Migliore's "Wine, Health, and Sociability: An Italian Family Experience in Cape Breton"; Celeste Sulliman MacPherson & Carol Corbin's "Cape Bretoners as Canadians". Very good. 15.00

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270 CORMIER, R. F. and A. M. KELLY KELLY, A. M. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 01:03 December 1964 FYSON, W. K. Absolute Age of the Fisset Brook Formation and the Devonian-Mississippian Boundary, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia
National Research Council, 1964, 
CORMIER, R. F. and A. M. KELLY. Absolute Age of the Fisset Brook Formation and the Devonian-Mississippian Boundary, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. An article which was published in the Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, Vol. 1, No. 3, December 1964, pp. 159-166. Ottawa: National Research Council, December 1964. Pp. 159-210. 8vo, light tan printed card covers. Also of local interest: W. K. Fryson's "Repeated trends of folds and cross-folds in Palaeozoic rocks, Parrsboro, Nova Scotia." Vg. 15.00

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271 CORMIER-BOUDREAU, Mareille. GALLANT, Melvin. BAUER, Ernest, trans. OUDEMANS, Michiel. Taste of Acadie. pbk
Goose Lane, Fredericton, 1991, ISBN:0864921098 
CORMIER-BOUDREAU, Mareille and Melvin GALLANT. A Taste of Acadie ; Translated by Ernest Bauer; Illustrations by Michiel Oudemans. (Fredericton, NB): Goose Lane, (1991). Pp. (8),ix-xvii,(1),19-183,(9). Large 8vo, ill. white card covers with black lettering to front cover and spine. "In 'A Taste of Acadie', Marielle Cormier-Boudreau and Melvin Gallant take their readers on aculinary tour of Acadie, sampling dishes from the Gaspe Peninsula to Cape BReton, from the northern tip of Prince Edward Island to the Magdalen Islands." - from the rear cover. Vg. 10.00

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272 County of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia) ARSENEAU, Donald HUNTINGTON, Eleanor DRYDEN, Freeman Centennial Booklet: Municipality of the County of Cape Breton
1979, 
(County of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia). Centennial Booklet: Municipality of the County of Cape Breton. [cover has County of Cape Breton: 1979 Centennial]. [Sydney]: n.d. Pp [1]-[48]. Double column. Illustrated. Large 8vo, card covers. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 3451. Sections include: County GovernmentComes to Cape Breton; The Rise and Fall of Farming in the County of Cape B reton; The Fisheries; Early Religion; Coal, Development of Fire Services; Wardens of Cape Breton County; Sports; The Development of Electricity in Cape Breton County; Telephone Service in the County of Cape Breton; Education in Cape Breton County; History of Telegraph Service in Cape Breton County;The Mira; other shorter sections. Booklet committee: Donald Arseneau, Eleanor Huntington, John Campbell, Freeman Dryden, Ruth Reid. Some soiling and dog-earing to covers else very good. 35.00

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273 COX, George H. and John W. MacLEOD (eds.) MacLEOD, John W. Consumption : Its Cause, Prevention, and Cure
1912, 
COX, George H. and John W. MacLEOD (eds.). Consumption : Its Cause, Prevention, and Cure. Issued by the Anti-Tuberculosis Leagues of the island of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. L.: Printed by Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1912. Pp (2),1-184. Illustrated. 8vo, green cloth. Stain to covers, else vg. 27.50

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274 COZZENS, Frederic S. Acadia; or, A Month with the Blue Noses
Derby & Jackson, New York, 1859, 
COZZENS, Frederic S. Acadia; or, A Month with the Blue Noses. New York: Derby & Jackson, 119 Nassau Street, 1859. Pp (4),[iii]-xi,13-329,(5). Double lithograph frontispiece portraits. 8vo, green pressed cloth. TPL 3897, Morley p.12, Waterston p.110, Tennyson 507, NSIB 175, Rhodenizer p.64. The record of a tour with much on the Acadians (the portraits are of two Acadian women), the Micmacs, and Halifax. Also the Blacks (Deer's Castle), Bedford, the opening of the Halifax Lunatic Asylum, Cape Breton, &c.is pleasant to visit Nova Scotia in the month of June. Pack up your flannels and your fishingtackle, leave behind your prejudices and your summer clothing, take your t rout-pole in one hand and a copy of Haliburton in the other, and step on board a Cunarder at Boston. In thirty-six hours you are in the loyal little province, and above you floats the red flag and the cross of St. George. My word for it, you will not regret the trip. "That the idea of visiting Nova Scotia ever struck any living person as something peculiarly pleasant and cheerful, is not within the bounds of probability. Very rude people are wontto speak of Halifax in connection with the name of a place not alluded to in polite society - except by clergymen. As for the rest of the Province, there are certain vague rumours of extensive and constant fogs, but nothing more. The land is a sort of terra incognita. Many take it to be a part of Canada, and others firmly believe it is somewhere in Newfoundland." - pp.13-14. Spine ends worn, corners bumped, spine and edges browned, cloth soiled,lacking free endpapers, front inner hinge cracked, foxed, penned name, els e a good, reading copy only. As is. 40.00

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275 CRANSTON, Tony (ed.?). RUFF, Eric J., foreword Disasters at Sea
1986, 
CRANSTON, Tony (ed.?). Disasters at Sea. N.pl. : n.pub., (1986). Printed bySentinel Printing, Yarmouth. Pp 1-128. Illustrated. Triple column. Oblong 8vo, illustrated white card covers. Foreword by Eric J. Ruff. Sections : South Western Shore; Halifax and Approaches; Eastern Shore; Cape Breton Island; North Shore; and Sable Island. Vessels covered include the City of Monticello, S.S. Cobequid, Fleurus, City of New York, Belle, Baltimore, The Hungarian, Cherokee, the Young Teazer, Charles A. Ritcey, Petra, La Tribune, Humboldt, Portia, Gloucester, City of Boston, S.S. Atlantic, A.W. Perry, Daniel Steinman, Uranium, Saladin, Cape Bonnie, Letitia, Martin Van Buren, Costarican Trader, Strathcona, Colonia, Ella Moore, Scotia, Ealing, Marion, Auguste, St. Lawrence, Harriet, S.S. Bruce I, Aspy, Astrea, Ariadne, Le Chameau, the Melmerby, the Fairy Queen, and the Cathrine. Also, a section dealingwith "The Wreckwood Chair", J. Murray Lawson, the Petrified Woman of Mud I sland, the Seal Island lifeboat, and lessons learned from the disasters, and St. Paul Island's role of the Graveyard of the Gulf, and Sable Island's moniker of Graveyard of the Atlantic. Bookplate inside front cover, else very good. 15.00

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276 CREELMAN, W.A WEYMAN, H.E. Curling Past and Present
McClelland & Stewart Limited Publishers, Toronto, 1950, 
CREELMAN, W.A. Curling Past and Present. Including An Analysis of the Art of Curling by H.E. Weyman. Toronto : McClelland & Stewart Limited Publishers, 1950. Pp (14),15-256. Illustrated. Index. 8vo, red cloth, gilt logo to front board, gilt lettering to spine. Rhodenizer p.99, Spadoni & Donnely 1374. Dr. William Albert Creelman, LL.D. (b. March 19 1867 - d. November 9 1955) of Sydney Cape Breton, principal of Sydney Academy from 1910-1922, and a member of Sydney Curling Club. Contents : Foreword. Part One - Scottish Origins. 1. The Origins of Curling. 2. Lang Syne References to Curling in Scottish History. 3. The Formation of Clubs or Societies. 4. The Formation of The Royal Caledonian Curling Club. 5. Curling Equipment of Long Ago. 6. How Curling Stones are Fashioned. 7. Curling As Celebrated by the Bards. 8. Curling Mysteries and Courts. Part Two - Curling in North America. 1. Curling in Eastern Canada. 2. Curling in Western Canada. 3. Curling in The United States of America. 4. Transatlantic Curling. Part Three - The Modern Game. 1. Special Selections Taken From the R.C.C.C. Constitution. 2. To the New Curler (by H, E. Weyman). 3. An Analysis of The Art of Curling (by H. E. Weyman). Appendix. Penned gift inscription, else very good. 20.00

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277 CREIGHTON, Alan and Hilda M. RIDLEY, (eds.) PRATT, E.J. McCAWLEY, Stuart CLARKE, Henriette New Canadian Anthology
Crucible Press, Toronto, 1938, 
CREIGHTON, Alan and Hilda M. RIDLEY, (eds.). A New Canadian Anthology. (Toronto : Crucible Press, 1938). Pp (2),iii-viii,[1]-236. 8vo, red cloth, withprinted paper labels on front board and spine. Watters p.51, Rhodenizer 96 1 and 1024, Laugher p.123. E.J. Pratt pp.157-160 with the poems "The Anomaly", "At a Saniarium", and "The Stag". Not in Laasko. Henriette Clarke pp.39-40, Alan Creighton pp.55-7, Claire Harris MacIntosh pp.122-3, Sister Maurapp.124-5, Stuart McCawley pp.1267, Kathryn Munro (b. Cape Breton) pp.144-5 , Mabel Black Myers (of Amherst) pp.146-7, Constance Fairbanks Piers pp.153-4; Frances Handy Piers pp.155-6, William Allister Reid (of Westville) pp.1602, Margaret Wright Ritchie (of New Glasgow & Amherst) pp.167-8, Norma Ethel Smith (of Halifax) pp.201-2, John M.A. Sutherland (b.Liverpool) pp.209-10, Estelle Jean Worfolf (of Sydney) pp.232234. New Brunswick Charles Frederick Boyle pp.32-4, Florence Estabrooks pp.68-9. Rubbed, else vg. 25.00

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278 CREIGHTON, Helen Life in Folklore. 1st in dj
McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Toronto, 1975, ISBN:0070822417 
CREIGHTON, Helen. A Life in Folklore. Toronto : McGraw-Hill Ryerson Limited, (1975). First Printing. Pp (10),1-244,(2) + 8 pp. of illustrations. 8vo, blue-grey speckled cloth. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4979. "Her book is a valuable record of an era in folklore history, and a warm, endearing portraitof a wonderful person." - from the dj. Vg in nicked dj. 22.00

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279 CREIGHTON, Helen and Calum MacLEOD National Museum of Canada Bull.198 MacLEOD, Calum Gaelic Songs in Nova Scotia. ex-lib.
Department of the Secretary of State, Ottawa , 1964, 
CREIGHTON, Helen and Calum MacLEOD. Gaelic Songs in Nova Scotia. Ottawa : Department of the Secretary of State, 1964. Pp (4),vxii,[1]-308. Illustrated. 8vo, rebound in brown library binding. National Museums of Canada, Bulletin No.198, Anthropological Series No.66. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4984, Georges & Stern, American and Canadian Immigrant and Ethnic Folklore : An Annotated Bibliography SC5. Includes ninety-three Gaelic songs, with musical notation. Ex-library (aforementioned binding, spine sticker and numbering, scan sticker to front, blindstamp, else very good. 35.00

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280 CREIGHTON, Helen and Calum MacLEOD National Museum of Canada Bull.198 MacLEOD, Calum Gaelic Songs in Nova Scotia. Pbk.
Department of the Secretary of State, Ottawa , 1964, 
CREIGHTON, Helen and Calum MacLEOD. Gaelic Songs in Nova Scotia. Ottawa : Department of the Secretary of State, 1964. Pp (4),vxii,[1]-308. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated white and green card covers. National Museums of Canada,Bulletin No.198, Anthropological Series No.66. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4 984, Georges & Stern, American and Canadian Immigrant and Ethnic Folklore :An Annotated Bibliography SC5. Sticker ghost to front, light edgespotting, name, else very good. 30.00

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