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281 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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282 CREIGHTON, Helen and Calum MacLEOD National Museum of Canada Bulletin198 MacLEOD, Calum Gaelic Songs in Nova Scotia. Paperback Reprint, signed.
National Museums of Canada, Ottawa, 1979, ISBN:0660001446 
CREIGHTON, Helen and Calum MacLEOD. Gaelic Songs in Nova Scotia. With a newpreface by Helen Creighton. (Ottawa) : National Museums of Canada, (1979). Pp (4),v-xii,[1]-308. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated white card covers with black lettering to front cover and spine. National Museums of Canada, Bull etin No.198, Anthropological Series No.66. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4984, Georges & Stern, American and Canadian Immigrant and Ethnic Folklore : An Annotated Bibliography SC5. "Two notable authorities pooled their talents tocompile this popular collection of 93 Gaelic folksongs from Cape Breton. F irst published in 1964, it has been reissued for a new generation of folklore enthusiasts, music lovers, and Gaelic scholars. The songs were recorded by Helen Creighton in the original Gaelic, which was transcribed and translated by the late Calum MacLeod, professor of Celtic studies at Saint Francis Xavier University. The texts accompanying the musical score of each song include the Gaelic lyrics, the English translation, and detailed explanatory notes./" -from the rear cover. Very good. Signed without inscription by Creighton on the title page. 35.00

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283 CREIGHTON, Helen and Calum MacLEOD National Museum of Canada Bulletin198 MacLEOD, Calum Gaelic Songs in Nova Scotia. Paperback Reprint.
National Museums of Canada, Ottawa, 1979, ISBN:0660001446 
CREIGHTON, Helen and Calum MacLEOD. Gaelic Songs in Nova Scotia. With a newpreface by Helen Creighton. (Ottawa) : National Museums of Canada, (1979). Pp (4),v-xii,[1]-308. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated white card covers with black lettering to front cover and spine. National Museums of Canada, Bull etin No.198, Anthropological Series No.66. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4984, Georges & Stern, American and Canadian Immigrant and Ethnic Folklore : An Annotated Bibliography SC5. "Two notable authorities pooled their talents tocompile this popular collection of 93 Gaelic folksongs from Cape Breton. F irst published in 1964, it has been reissued for a new generation of folklore enthusiasts, music lovers, and Gaelic scholars. The songs were recorded by Helen Creighton in the original Gaelic, which was transcribed and translated by the late Calum MacLeod, professor of Celtic studies at Saint Francis Xavier University. The texts accompanying the musical score of each song include the Gaelic lyrics, the English translation, and detailed explanatory notes./" -from the rear cover. Very good. 25.00

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284 CREIGHTON, Helen LABELLE, Ronald, editor La Fleur du Rosier : Chansons folkloriques d'Acadie / Acadian Folk Songs. Recueillies par / Collected by ... Sous la direction de / Edited by Ronald Labelle. card covers.
University College of Cape Breton Press / National Museums of Canada, Sydney / Ottawa, 1988, ISBN:0920336213 
CREIGHTON, Helen. La Fleur du Rosier : Chansons folkloriques d'Acadie / Acadian Folk Songs. Recueillies par / Collected by ... Sous la direction de / Edited by Ronald Labelle. Sydney / Ottawa : University College of Cape Breton Press / National Museums of Canada, (1988). Pp (8),i-xiii,(3),3-262,(2).Map. Photos. 4to, card covers. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4983. Very good. 30.00

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285 CREIGHTON, Helen. National Museum of Canada Bull.198. MacLEOD, Calum. Gaelic Songs in Nova Scotia. Paperback Edition, Signed by Creighton.
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, card covers. 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. Very good. Signed, inscribed and dated by Creighton on the title page. 50.00

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286 CREWE, Lesley Kin. First Edition, signed.
Vagrant Press, Halifax, 2012, ISBN:9781551099224 
CREWE, Lesley. Kin. (Halifax, NS) : Vagrant Press, (2012). First Edition. Pp. (6),1-409,(1). 8vo, art-illustrated blue card covers. "Traditions, created and subverted. Love, nurtured and destroyed. Friendships, marriages, andthe wild beauty of Cape Breton Island. And above all, kin, in all its conv oluted forms. In 'Kin', bestselling author Lesley Crewe traces the tangled lines of loyalty, tragedy, joy, and love through three generations of families. Beginning with Annie Macdonald, an effervescent seven-year-old living in Glace Bay in the 1930s, and ending with Annie's great-niece Hilary, an idealistic twenty-year-old in Round Island in 2000, the story is complex andriveting. The cast of characters is vast and varied -- some with the islan d's deliciously cutting wit, some dour and uptight, some frail, some resilient, and all inextricably bound by their shared histories. Brimming with humour and poignancy, 'Kin' is a celebration of the heartbreaking, maddening joy that is family." - from the rear cover. Very good. Signed without inscription by Crewe on the title page. 15.00

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287 CREWE, Lesley Kin. First Edition.
Vagrant Press, Halifax, 2012, ISBN:9781551099224 
CREWE, Lesley. Kin. (Halifax, NS) : Vagrant Press, (2012). First Edition. Pp. (6),1-409,(1). 8vo, art-illustrated blue card covers. "Traditions, created and subverted. Love, nurtured and destroyed. Friendships, marriages, andthe wild beauty of Cape Breton Island. And above all, kin, in all its conv oluted forms. In 'Kin', bestselling author Lesley Crewe traces the tangled lines of loyalty, tragedy, joy, and love through three generations of families. Beginning with Annie Macdonald, an effervescent seven-year-old living in Glace Bay in the 1930s, and ending with Annie's great-niece Hilary, an idealistic twenty-year-old in Round Island in 2000, the story is complex andriveting. The cast of characters is vast and varied -- some with the islan d's deliciously cutting wit, some dour and uptight, some frail, some resilient, and all inextricably bound by their shared histories. Brimming with humour and poignancy, 'Kin' is a celebration of the heartbreaking, maddening joy that is family." - from the rear cover. Very good. 12.00

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288 CREWE, Lesley Mary, Mary. First Edition.
Vagrant Press, Halifax, 2016, ISBN:9781771084536 
CREWE, Lesley. Mary, Mary. (Halifax, NS) : Vagrant Press, (2016). First Printing. Pp. (8),1-255,(1). 8vo, art-illustrated blue-green cardcovers, whitelettering to spine. "In a Cape Breton family of black sheep, Mary is pure as the driven snow. She is patient and kind with her alcoholic grandmother and volatile mother, loyal and attentive to her spoiled cousin, and pleasant and polite all day as a grocery cashier. Her well­off aunt, the only other normal person in the family, wants to help her more, but Mary's mother istoo prickly and proud. So Mary goes to work, comes home, takes care of her family, and wonders if there'll ever be more to life. When a young couple moves into the apartment upstairs, it sparks a series of changes that leadsto major family revelations, and Mary discovers that sometimes doing the w rong thing is the exact right thing to do. Tender, authentic, and cracklingwith Lesleys irrepressible humor, Mary, Mary is a book for anyone who's ev er had a familygood, bad, or a messy mix of both." - from rear cover. Very good. 11.00

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Atlantic Canadian Christmas Reader : Stories & Traditions. First Edition, CREWE, Lesley (intro.) CREIGHTON, Helen WEALE, David CROFT, Clary
289 CREWE, Lesley (intro.) CREIGHTON, Helen WEALE, David CROFT, Clary Atlantic Canadian Christmas Reader : Stories & Traditions. First Edition
Nimbus Publishing Ltd, Halifax, 2010, ISBN:9781551097855 2010 1551097850 / 9781551097855 
CREWE, Lesley (introduction). An Atlantic Canadian Christmas Reader : Stories & Traditions. (Halifax, NS) : Nimbus Publishing Ltd, (2010). First Edition. Pp (4),[1]-172. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated card covers, maroon spine.

An Atlantic Canadian Christmas Reader brings together twenty-nine wonderful stories that illustrate some of the region's unique and time-honoured holiday traditions, from fictional accounts of contemporary family gatherings and feasts to nineteenth-century tales of Christmas at sea. Others describe more modest celebrations, from times when food and money were scarce, and during war years when the only bounty to be found was in the true spirit of the season. With work by well-known regional storytellers like Helen Creighton, Evelyn Richardson, David Weale, Clary Croft, and Bruce Nunn, and an introduction by Cape Breton novelist Lesley Crewe, An Atlantic Canadian Christmas Reader is the perfect way to add a little Christmas cheer to your bookshelf.” - from the back cover.

Arranged in five sections (unnumbered in the book) :

I. Christmas Stories
from A Victorian Nova Scotia Christmas by Molly Simmons;
from The Christmas Pony by Helen McCully and Dorothy Crayder;
"School Christmas Concert" by Frank Ledwell;
"The Man from Noggin Corner" by Norman Creighton;
"The Woman from Bear River" by David Weale; and
"That Christmas in Peace Haven" 1923 by Wilfred Grenfell.

II. Christmas Memories from Christmas with Maud Lewis by Lance Woolaver; "Christmas Time in Labrador" by John Igloliorte; "Santa Claus" and "Christmas 1927" by Elizabeth Goudie; "Early Memories of Christmas" by Jean Halliday MacKay; "Birdupmanship" by Gary Saunders; "Acadian Christmas" by Léonie Comeau Poirier; and "Christmas Tree" by John Payzant.

III. Christmas on the Sea. "Island Christmas Remembered" by Evelyn Richardson; "The First Winter" by Billy Budge; "Machias Seal Island Christmas" by Chris Mills; from Following the Sea by Benjamin Doane; "A Rough Christmas" by Captain Joshua Slocum.

IV. Christmas in Wartime. "Christmas Day 1943" by Herb Peppard; "Italian Christmas 1944" by Felix Leroy Perry; "Algiers - December 1942" by Gwladys M. Rees Aikens; "Christmas Overseas 1942" by A. J. McCarthy; "Christmas Dinner Was Early" by Dr. Arnold Burden and Andrew Safer.

V. Christmas Traditions.
"Sweet Inspirations" by Bruce Nunn; "Christmas" by Marion Robertson;
"First Christmas Tree Lights" by David Goss;
"Christmas, December 25" by Clary Croft;
"Recollections of Christmas Past - Halls Harbour" by Norman Creighton; and
"The Longest Serving Santa" by Bruce Nunn.

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290 CREWE, Lesley. Big Girl (unedited).
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CREWE, Lesley. Big Girl (unedited). N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. Pp 1-351. 4to, black comb-bound, white card covers, clear plastic front cover. An unedited copy of the typed manuscript which was published as Relative Happiness (2005).A novel by the Montreal born, but regularly Cape Breton-residing, author. "Lexie Ivy loves her little house in Cape Breton, her big family, and the endless sea that surrounds her. She wouldn't trade her life for anything, but at thirty she's starting to feel like something's missing. Enter Adrian, a charming backpacker who takes a wrong turn at the U.S. Border and ends upon Lexie's doorstep, and Joss, an irresistible man who disappears just as quickly as he arrives. Lexie's peaceful life has suddenly become more complicated than she ever imagined. Leslie Crewe's funny, whip-smart debut novelbrims with Cape Breton-style humour. Filled with heartache without succumb ing to it, Relative Happiness is the story of life and love in a small town, of four sisters who love, betray, and rescue each other in turn, and of Lexie Ivy's joyful awakening." - the rear cover of the published version. Very good. 100.00

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291 CROOS, Michael S., (ed.) KEALEY, Gregory S., (ed.) MacGILLIVRAY, Don STRONG-BOAG, Veronica Consolidation of Capitalism 1896-1929. 2nd Printing Paperback
McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1990, ISBN:0771024657 
CROOS, Michael S. and Gregory S. KEALEY, (eds.) . Georgian Canada : Conflict and Culture 1745-1820. (Toronto): McClelland and Stewart, (1990). Second Printing. Pp (6),5-211,(3). 8vo, silver cardcovers. Volume 4 in the Readings in Canadian Social History series. Contents: I. Economic Overview. Tom Traves' "Security without Regulation" (pp.19-44). II. Social Structure. Donald Avery's "Canadian Immigration Policy and the 'Foreign' Navvy, 1896-1914" (pp.47-73). III. The Working Class. Craig Heron's "The Crisis of the Craftsman: Hamilton's Metal Workers in the Early Twentieth Century" (pp.77-113). IV. Violence and Protest. Dom Macgillivray's "Military Aid to the Civil Power: The Cape Breton Experience in the 1920s" (pp.116-140). V. Social Contriol. John C. Weaver's "Elitism and the Corporate Ideal : Businessmen and Boosters in Canadian Civic Reform" (pp.143-166). VI. Women. "The Girl of the New Day: Canadian Working Women in the 1920s" (pp.169-210). Very good. 15.00

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292 CROWELL, Bill. DAY, Mabel Killam DAY, Frank Parker COLVILLE, Alex, foreword Artist & the Colonel : The Story of Mabel Killam Day and Frank Parker Day. pbk.
Glen Margaret Publishing, Tantallon, N.S., 2008, ISBN:9781897462034 
CROWELL, Bill. The Artist & the Colonel : The Story of Mabel Killam Day andFrank Parker Day. (Tantallon, N.S.) : Glen Margaret Publishing, (April 200 8). First Printing. Pp [1]-160. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated burgundy cardcovers. With a Foreword by Alex Colville. “Mabel Killam Day was one of Nov a Scotia's early noted women art students and remains one of our most illustrious artists. She studied under John Hammond at Mount Allison University in Sackville, N.B., and under the great Robert Henri in New York. Her work is in several collections, including Canada's National Gallery and the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. Frank Parker Day was Mount Allison's first Rhodes Scholar, Colonel of the Cape Breton Highlanders and later of the 25th Battalion in World War I. He became a college president in the United States and a well known writer. His 1928 novel, Rockbound, gained new life in 2005 when writer Donna Morrissey took it to the top of CBC's annual Canada Reads debate.” - from the back cover. Very good. 14.00

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293 CROWELL, Bill. DAY, Mabel Killam DAY, Frank Parker COLVILLE, Alex, foreword Artist & the Colonel : The Story of Mabel Killam Day and Frank Parker Day. signed.
Glen Margaret Publishing, Tantallon, N.S., 2008, ISBN:9781897462034 
CROWELL, Bill. The Artist & the Colonel : The Story of Mabel Killam Day andFrank Parker Day. (Tantallon, N.S.) : Glen Margaret Publishing, (April 200 8). First Printing. Pp [1]-160. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated burgundy cardcovers. With a Foreword by Alex Colville. “Mabel Killam Day was one of Nov a Scotia's early noted women art students and remains one of our most illustrious artists. She studied under John Hammond at Mount Allison University in Sackville, N.B., and under the great Robert Henri in New York. Her work is in several collections, including Canada's National Gallery and the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. Frank Parker Day was Mount Allison's first Rhodes Scholar, Colonel of the Cape Breton Highlanders and later of the 25th Battalion in World War I. He became a college president in the United States and a well known writer. His 1928 novel, Rockbound, gained new life in 2005 when writer Donna Morrissey took it to the top of CBC's annual Canada Reads debate.” - from the back cover. Very good. Signed with inscription by the author. 20.00

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294 Crowsnest Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 08, No. 09, July 1956
Edmond Cloutier, Ottawa , 1956, 
(Crowsnest). The Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 8, No. 9, July 1956. (Ottawa : Edmond Cloutier, 1956). Pp 1-28. Illustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated purple and white stapled wrappers. Contents : RCN News Review; Envoys of Goodwill; 100 Years of the Victoria Cross; Officers and Men; The Cape Breton Pipe Band; Newfoundland Journey; Afloat and Ashore; Week-End Commandos; ROTP Cadets on Cruise; Making a Mast; Books for the Sailor; The Navy Plays; Lower Deck Promotions; Weddings and Births; Naval Lore Corner No. 38. Cover photo of Queen Elizabeth II visiting on board the HMCS St. Laurent. Rubbed, a few smudges, penned name, else very good. 22.00

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295 Crowsnest Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 08, No. 09, July 1956
Edmond Cloutier, Ottawa , 1956, 
(Crowsnest). The Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 8, No. 9, July 1956. (Ottawa : Edmond Cloutier, 1956). Pp 1-28. Illustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated purple and white stapled wrappers. Contents : RCN News Review; Envoys of Goodwill; 100 Years of the Victoria Cross; Officers and Men; The Cape Breton Pipe Band; Newfoundland Journey; Afloat and Ashore; Week-End Commandos; ROTP Cadets on Cruise; Making a Mast; Books for the Sailor; The Navy Plays; Lower Deck Promotions; Weddings and Births; Naval Lore Corner No. 38. Cover photo of Queen Elizabeth II visiting on board the HMCS St. Laurent. Rubbed, mailing label, else very good. 25.00

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296 Crowsnest Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 14, No. 03, January, 1962
Roger Duhamel, Ottawa , 1962, 
(Crowsnest). The Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 14, No. 3, January, 1962. (Ottawa : Roger Duhamel, 1962). Pp 1-28. Illustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated white stapled wrappers. Contents : RCN NewsReview; The Titanic and Halifax; The Navy's Heart; Officers and Men; Weddi ngs and Births; Some of the Best; Now It's the RCNR; Afloat and Ashore; Home from the Sea; Science and the Navy; Keeping Fit; Here and There in the RCN; Books for the Sailor; Retirements; The Crowsnest in 1961; Naval Lore Corner No. 101. Cover photo of squid anti-submarine mortar bombs flying high above a frigate's mast. Inside front cover photo of HMCS Cape Breton. Rubbed, mailing label, else very good. 25.00

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297 CUDE, Mary Pat Bargain, The. First Edition.
Ragweed, Charlottetown, 1997, ISBN:0921556675 
CUDE, Mary Pat. The Bargain : a novel. (Charlottetown) : Ragweed, (1997). First Printing. Pp [1]-237,(3). 8vo, illustrated blue card covers with yellow lettering to front, white and yelow lettering to spine. "The Bargain is afinely crafted novel of love and politics, recreating Canada and Nova Scot ia at the time of Confederation, a historical saga through which we relive our past in the company of a wonderful cast of characters." - Sheldon Currie. The Bargain is her first novel. Very good. 8.50

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298 CURREY, John Ellis Sailors and Their Ships. First Edition, Signed
1999, 
CURREY, John Ellis, Rev. Sailors and Their Ships . [Garnish, Nfld.: the Author, 1999]. First Printing. "Printed by Robinson-Blackmore Printing and Publishing, Grand Falls - Windsor, Newfoundland" Pp i-ix,(1),1-133,(1). With 40+ b&w photos as well as other illustrations in the text. 8vo, art-illustrated card covers. John Ellis Currey (born in Durham, Ontario May 17, 1922 - d. July 2, 2003, Sault Ste. Marie) a longtime pastor in Newfoundland, had served on H.M.C.S. Barrie and Joliette. Stories of shipwreck and like disasters chiefly from Newfoundland, chosen from over seven hundred such tales presented by the author in newspapers and over the airways in the Atlantic provinces and Ontario. Most reflect the rigours of the Banks fishery, but deep water and Great Lakes disasters are also represented. Chapters : 1. "I'm Not Going" [on the fishing dragger Enterprise out of Isle aux Morts, the ferry S.S. Patrick Morris, &c]; 2. "People Invited Us to Their Homes" [on thefishing schooner Marshall Frank, wrecked off Framboise Cove, Cape Breton]; 3. "A Land Fairer than Day" [on the wreck of the S.S. Asia, September 1882 ]; 4. "Off with the Boat" [on the trawler Blue Comet]; 5. 'J.C.' Sewn in the Fisherman's Mitts [on the schooner Partanna, lost in 1936]; 6. "Pull Away, Pull for the Shore" [on the M.S. Hibou, of the Owen Sound Transportation Company]; 7. The Effie M. Morrissey Portland - Yarmouth; 8. "Never Give Up"[on the schooner D.C. McGrath in December 1934]; 9. "You'll Have to Go Dow n the Rope" [on the S.S. Noronic disaster in September 1949]; 10. "The DeckMoved on its BeamsWhen She Rolled" [on the S.S. Waratah in 1909]; 11. Sail ing a Schooner with a One-Man Crew [on the schooner May Brown, owned by W.W. Wareham of Harbour Buffett, Long Island, Placentia Bay] ; 12. They Went Out for a Day's Fishing; 13. Some Sails Set - But No One on Board [on the Marie Celeste]; 14. "He Was Swimming Very Strongly" [on Prince, a Newfoundland dog]; 15. In the Darkness the Raft Was Not Seen [ a raft from the S.S. Macassa, later Manasoo in Georgian Bay]; 16. "He Should Have Been Preaching in a Cathedral!" [on the schooner Albert J. Lutz, out of Port Wade, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia and her captain John Apt]; 17. Time to Up Anchor and Sail Away [on Tommy Tuffin, of Green Bay, Newfoundland]. With bibliography and index. Title-page removed, else very good. Signed, with July 2, 1999 inscription to the ship's company of HMCS St. John's. 25.00

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Sailors and Their Ships.  Second Printing, CURREY, John Ellis WINTER, Gordon A., The Hon., foreword
299 CURREY, John Ellis WINTER, Gordon A., The Hon., foreword Sailors and Their Ships. Second Printing
Robinson-Blackmore, Grand Falls, 2000, ISBN:096854200x 096854200x / 9780968542002 
CURREY, John Ellis, Rev. Sailors and Their Ships. Foreword by The Hon. Gordon A. Winter, O.C., LL.D. (Garnish, Nf : John Ellis Currey May 2000). Second Printing. "Printed by Robinson-Blackmore Printing and Publishing, Grand Falls - Windsor, Newfoundland" Pp (2),i-ix,(1),1-133,(1). With 40+ b&w photos as well as other illustrations in the text. 8vo, art-illustrated card covers.

John Ellis Currey (born in Durham, Ontario May 17, 1922 - d. July 2, 2003, Sault Ste. Marie) a longtime pastor in Newfoundland, had served on H.M.C.S. Barrie and Joliette.

Stories of shipwreck and like disasters chiefly from Newfoundland, chosen from over seven hundred such tales presented by the author in newspapers and over the airways in the Atlantic provinces and Ontario. Most reflect the rigours of the Banks fishery, but deep water and Great Lakes disasters are also represented.

Chapters :
1. "I'm Not Going" [on the fishing dragger Enterprise out of Isle aux Morts, the ferry S.S. Patrick Morris, &c];
2. "People Invited Us to Their Homes" [on the fishing schooner Marshall Frank, wrecked off Framboise Cove, Cape Breton];
3. "A Land Fairer than Day" [on the wreck of the S.S. Asia, September 1882];
4. "Off with the Boat" [on the trawler Blue Comet];
5. 'J.C.' Sewn in the Fisherman's Mitts [on the schooner Partanna, lost in 1936];
6. "Pull Away, Pull for the Shore" [on the M.S. Hibou, of the Owen Sound Transportation Company];
7. The Effie M. Morrissey Portland - Yarmouth;
8. "Never Give Up" [on the schooner D.C. McGrath in December 1934];
9. "You'll Have to Go Down the Rope" [on the S.S. Noronic disaster in September 1949];
10. "The Deck Moved on its BeamsWhen She Rolled" [on the S.S. Waratah in 1909];
11. Sailing a Schooner with a One-Man Crew [on the schooner May Brown, owned by W.W. Wareham of Harbour Buffett, Long Island, Placentia Bay] ;
12. They Went Out for a Day's Fishing;
13. Some Sails Set - But No One on Board [on the Marie Celeste];
14. "He Was Swimming Very Strongly" [on Prince, a Newfoundland dog];
15. In the Darkness the Raft Was Not Seen [a raft from the S.S. Macassa, later Manasoo in Georgian Bay];
16. "He Should Have Been Preaching in a Cathedral!" [on the schooner Albert J. Lutz, out of Port Wade, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia and her captain John Apt];
17. Time to Up Anchor and Sail Away [on Tommy Tuffin, of Green Bay, Newfoundland].
With bibliography and index.

Very good. 16.00

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300 CURRIE, Sheldon Down the Coaltown Road. proof
Key Porter Books, 2002, 
CURRIE, Sheldon. Down the Coaltown Road. [Toronto]: Key Porter Books, (2002). Uncorrected proof. Pp. 288. 8vo, yellow ill. card covers. The author's third novel, set in a small coal mining town in Cape Breton at the beginning of the Second World War. Vg. 20.00

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