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361 MELLICK, Henry George Timothy, (pseud). Timothy's Boyhood, or Pioneer Country Life on Prince Edward Island
Kentville Publishing Company , Kentville, 1933, 
[MELLICK, Henry George]. Timothy's Boyhood, or Pioneer Country Life on Prince Edward Island. By Timothy, A Country Boy [pseud.]. Kentville : The Kentville Publishing Company Limited, 1933. Pp (8),[5]-130,(2). Illustrated. 8vo, blue card covers, black cloth tape to spine. Watters p.548, Rhodenizer p.683. Not in Laugher. Reminiscences. Henry George Mellick, B.D. (b. August 11, 1857, Elmira / Portage , Prince Edward Island - d. August 9, 1937, Hantsport, Nova Scotia), served as a pastor and missionary in Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. "Dedicated to Boys and Girls". Chapters : The Surroundings and Scenes of My Boyhood"; "Wild Animals and Birds"; "My Boyhood Home"; "Home Industries"; "Sports and Home Duties"; "Exciting Experiences and Narrow Escapes"; "My Boyhood Neighbours"; "Neighbourhood Social Life"; "Country and Local Affairs"; "Religion"; "Happy School Days". Light creasing to upper right front corner, front inner hinge a bit tender, else very good. Scarce. 100.00

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362 Metis Riverlots and Scrip: Elements of Metis Aboriginal Rights
Mantoba Metis Federation, Winnipeg, 1980, ISBN:0919143067 
(Metis). Riverlots and Scrip: Elements of Metis Aboriginal Rights. Winnipeg: Manitoba Metis Federation, 1980. 2nd printing. Pp. i-x, 1-47, (3). Illustrated with black and white photos, facsimiles of documents. 8vo, Illustrated orange, red and yellow stapled card covers. Contents: 1. Preface. 2. Aboriginal Rights Defined. 3. Riverlots. a) Overview of Riverlots, b) Examples of Fraudulent Riverlot Transactions. 4. Scrip. a) Overview of the Scrip System. b) Research Findings. c) Scrip Accounts. d) Appendices. e) Early Debates of Issues Taken from Hansard. 5. Conclusion Regarding Riverlots and Scrip. Owner's name in ink to inside page, some soiling to pages vi-1, light wear to front and back covers, else vg. 20.00

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363 Middleton) MARSHALL, J.Furber Middleton 1909-1984 : Heart of the Valley. First Edition
75th Anniversary Committee, Middleton, 1984, ISBN:0889255660 
(Middleton). Middleton 1909-1984 : Heart of the Valley. (Middleton : 75th Annivesary Committee, 1984). First Printing. Printed by Friesen Printers, Altona, Manitoba. Pp i-viii,1-136. Double column. With over 140 b&w photos aswell as other illustrations. 4to, decorated tan cloth with brown lettering to front and spine. With aerial-photo endpapers. Contents: 1. Pre-history; 2. Where the Roads Met; 3. Those Who Came to Stay: (with family sketches o n the Dodge, Marshall, Bruce, Roop, North, Pineo, Fairn, Hill, Kelly, Shaw,Moore, Baker, Phinney, Durland, Wilkins, Young, Slocomb, Beals, Wheelock, Baltzer, and Chute families); 4 Transportation; 5. Public Utilities; 6. Municipal Government; 7. Maturity and Identity; 8. Sports and Organizations; 9. Schools; 10. World War II; 11. Three Quarters of a Century. Very good. 45.00

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364 MOCHORUK, Jim, with Nancy KARDASH. People's Co-op : The Life and Times of a North End Institution
Fernwood Publications, Halifax, N.S., 2000, ISBN:1552660184 
MOCHORUK, Jim, with Nancy KARDASH. The People's Co-op : The Life and Times of a North End Institution. (Halifax, N.S.: Fernwood Publications, 2000). First Edition. Pp [i]-vii,(1),1-176. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated red card covers. “Located in the heart of Winnipeg's North End, the most class-conscious and ethnically diverse part of the city, the People's Co-op was always a different kind of institution. Founded and then successfully run for over sixty years by members of Winnipeg's vibrant left-wing Eastern-European community, this co-op mixed Marx, milk and the masses into a heady brew of social activism and co-operative enterprise.” - from the backcover. Very good. Uncommon. 25.00

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365 MOIR, Rita Survival Gear
Polestar Press, Vancouver, 1994, 1994 0919591817 / 9780919591813 
MOIR, Rita. Survival Gear . (Vancouver) : Polestar Press, (1994). First Edition. Pp. (10),[11]-174,(2). 8vo, art- illustrated yellow card covers.

Born in Minnesota on January 17, 1952, Rita Moir first arrived in Canada at Brandon, Manitoba in 1966 and is now settled in British Columbia.

This is her first book, a collection of stories with many on the people and places in and around Freeport, Digby County, Nova Scotia.

"Rita Moir's stories are poetry masquerading as prose, pictures pretending to be words. With an unerring ear for dialogue and a loving eye for observation and detail, she has captured the essence of a Nova Scotian coastal community and the people who live there. Each small story is a gem." - Sharon Fraser, on the rear cover.

Contains:
"My home is in British Columbia",
"I am determined not to save potato water",
"Tips to travellers crossing Canada by car in winter",
"God damn you Connie Kaldor, Garnet Rogers you make me cry",
"Grazyna's pickles",
"Pink and prairie morning",
"Brenda",
"Cross the median",
"Arrival",
"The rat and chickens story",
"If I could save time in a bottle",
"Grass fires",
"The best people have their fingers cut off",
"Bad days, swell days",
"Ozone scare",
"Survival gear",
"Cultivator",
"Christmas in Freeport",
"The day the ceiling fell in",
"Unfit",
"Recipe for a winter night",
"Letters home",
"I'd like to give you the weather network for your birthday ",
"If I had a baby, I'd name her Edwina, or Caroline",
"Loaves and fishes",
"Chainsaw",
"This dog a Newfoundland?",
"Men must work and women must weep",
"Quilt of fish",
"The gulls sing a different song in spring",
"Recipe for a compost heap",
"Ranch romance",
"We are not sentimental, because this is food",
"Can't resist fish cakes",
"Bragging you up",
"Contrary-minded",
"Cat pee and ketchup",
"Bread and roses, chips and gravy",
"Breaking camp",
"That was a long time ago",
"Brotherly things",
"Bent pins and broken needles",
"Famiy ties",
"Sloughing off",
"Ebb tide, Flour Cove, 7:45 am, Sunday, near Freeport, Bay of Fundy",
"Edges",
"Pulling together",
"Measurements",
"Softball",
"Splicing",
"Familiar highways ",
"A well-seasoned traveller",
"Living room, Bay of Fundy, 4:15 pm",
"The well-seasoned traveller needs roast beef sometimes",
"Brenda",
"Listening to the inside of my head",
"Fish story",
"Dear Edwina",
and "Heroes".

Very good. 12.00

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366 MOIR, Rita Survival Gear. signed.
Polestar Press, Vancouver, 1994, ISBN:0919591817 1994 0919591817 / 9780919591813 
MOIR, Rita. Survival Gear. (Vancouver) : Polestar Press, (1994). First Edition. Pp. (10),[11]-174,(2). 8vo, art- illustrated yellow card covers.

Born in Minnesota on January 17, 1952, Rita Moir first arrived in Canada at Brandon, Manitoba in 1966 and is now settled in British Columbia.

This is her first book, a collection of stories with many on the people and places in and around Freeport, Digby County, Nova Scotia.

"Rita Moir's stories are poetry masquerading as prose, pictures pretending to be words. With an unerring ear for dialogue and a loving eye for observation and detail, she has captured the essence of a Nova Scotian coastal community and the people who live there. Each small story is a gem." - Sharon Fraser, on the rear cover.

Contains:
"My home is in British Columbia",
"I am determined not to save potato water",
"Tips to travellers crossing Canada by car in winter",
"God damn you Connie Kaldor, Garnet Rogers you make me cry",
"Grazyna's pickles",
"Pink and prairie morning", "Brenda",
"Cross the median",
"Arrival",
"The rat and chickens story",
"If I could save time in a bottle",
"Grass fires",
"The best people have their fingers cut off",
"Bad days, swell days",
"Ozone scare",
"Survival gear",
"Cultivator",
"Christmas in Freeport",
"The day the ceiling fell in",
"Unfit",
"Recipe for a winter night",
"Letters home",
"I'd like to give you the weather network for your birthday ",
"If I had a baby, I'd name her Edwina, or Caroline",
"Loaves and fishes",
"Chainsaw",
"This dog a Newfoundland?",
"Men must work and women must weep",
"Quilt of fish",
"The gulls sing a different song in spring",
"Recipe for a compost heap",
"Ranch romance",
"We are not sentimental, because this is food",
"Can't resist fish cakes",
"Bragging you up",
"Contrary-minded",
"Cat pee and ketchup",
"Bread and roses, chips and gravy", "Breaking camp",
"That was a long time ago",
"Brotherly things",
"Bent pins and broken needles",
"Famiy ties",
"Sloughing off",
"Ebb tide, Flour Cove, 7:45 am, Sunday, near Freeport, Bay of Fundy",
"Edges",
"Pulling together",
"Measurements",
"Softball",
"Splicing",
"Familiar highways ",
"A well-seasoned traveller",
"Living room, Bay of Fundy, 4:15 pm",
"The well-seasoned traveller needs roast beef sometimes",
"Brenda",
"Listening to the inside of my head",
"Fish story",
"Dear Edwina",
and "Heroes".

Gift inscription, else very good. Signed, without inscription, by the author on the title page. 15.00

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367 MOOERS, Vernon Gypsy Hymns
Killick Press, St. John's, 1993, ISBN:189538723X 
MOOERS, Vernon. Gypsy Hymns. St. John's : Killick Press, an imprint of Creative Publishers, 1993. Pp (3),iv-x,1-61,(1). 8vo, card covers. Mooers b.1951 in Dauphin, Manitoba. Poems include "Old St. John's", "Hockey Night in Canada", "Outport School", "At the Shipyard", "On the Beach in Newfoundland -in January", "Out on the Peninsula", "Raiders of the Outport", "A Storm in Burin", and many others. Very good. 10.00

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368 MOOERS, Vernon Gypsy Hymns. signed
Killick Press, St. John's, 1993, ISBN:189538723X 
MOOERS, Vernon. Gypsy Hymns. St. John's : Killick Press, an imprint of Creative Publishers, 1993. Pp (3),iv-x,1-61,(1). 8vo, card covers. Mooers b.1951 in Dauphin, Manitoba. Poems include "Old St.John's", "Hockey Night in Canada", "Outport School", "At the Shipyard", "On the Beach in Newfoundland - in January", "Out on the Peninsula", "Raiders of the Outport", "A Storm in Burin", and many others. Very good. Signed by the author on the title page.12.50

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369 MORE, Arthur J., and Jack H. WALLIS Native Teacher Education : A Survey of Native Indian Teacher Education Projects in Canada
Canadian Indian Teacher Education Pprojects (CITEP) Conference, 1979, 
MORE, Arthur J., and Jack H. WALLIS. Native Teacher Education : A Survey ofNative Indian Teacher Education Projects in Canada. Pprooduced in cooperat ion with the Canadian Indian Teacher Education Pprojects (CITEP) Conference, September 1979. (Vancouver : Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia, September 1979). Pp (2),1-51 leaves, printed on one side only. 4to, orange stapled card covers, lettered in black. Contents : Introduction; Teacher Education Program in Labrador (TEPL), Memorial University Native and Northern Teacher Education Program (MUNNTEP); Indian Students' Program, University of New Brunswick; Northern Teacher Education Program (NTEP), Lakehead University; Indian and Metis Project for Careers Through Teacher Education (IMPACTE), Brandon University; Brandon University Native Teacher Education Program (BUNTEP), Brandon University; Project for the Education of Native Teachers (PENT), Brandon University; Winnipeg Education Centre, University of Manitoba; Indian Teacher Education Project (ITEP), University of Saskatchewan; Northern Teacher Education urogram (NORTEP), LaRonge, Saskatchewan; Teacher Education Program (TEP), Northwest Territories; Morning Star, Blue Quills Education Centre; Native Student Services, University of Calgary; Native Indian Teacher Education Program (NITEPJ, University of British Columbia; North Okanagan Native Teacher Education Program (NONTEP), Simon Fraser University; Mr. Currie Native Teacher Education Program, Simon Fraser University; Cross-Cultural Education Program (XCED), University of Alaska. Penned initials, else very good. 30.00

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Canadian Parliamentary Companion. Seventh Edition, MORGAN, Henry J. (ed.)
370 MORGAN, Henry J. (ed.) Canadian Parliamentary Companion. Seventh Edition
John Lovell, Montreal, 1872, 1872 
MORGAN, Henry J., (ed.). The Canadian Parliamentary Companion. Seventh Edition. The First Parliament in the Dominion of Canada. Montreal : Printed by John Lovell, 1872. Pp (10),[5]-514,(3). 16mo, green cloth over stiff cards, printed paper label to front cover.

"But few prefatory remarks are necessary in presenting the Seventh Edition of the Canadian Parliamentary Companion to its friends and patrons. Since its last issue there have been many changes, both at Ottawa and in the several Provinces of the Dominion. Manitoba and British Columbia have entered the Union, and in each of these a Government has been formed, and members have been elected by the people to the House of Commons and the Local Assembly. In Ontario, Quebec, and Nova Scotia, general elections have taken place; and, whilst in the first named Provinces complete change has been effected, in Nova Scotia a reconstruction of the Government has been deemed necessary. With regard to changes of minor importance, the Editor refers the reader to the pages of the Companion, with an honest conviction that, as he has faithfully and fairly recorded all matters and things coming within its scope, the book will continue to be received with the same approbation and encouragement which have been extended to it since its first publication, ten years ago." (Notice, pp 5-6).
Includes six full-page advertisements : B. & M. Saunders Merchant Tailors and Robe Makers; Russell House, the only First-Class Hotel in the Capital; New York and Boston Pianoforte Co.; Brockville and Ottawa and Canada Central Railways; St. Lawrence Hall, Montreal [first-class hotel]; St. James Hotel, Montreal.

Light edgewear, rubbed, date sticker to spine, else very good. 125.00


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371 MORICE, A.-G. Thawing Out the Eskimo. First Edition.
J.-P. Garneau, Quebec, 1912, 
MORICE, Adrian G., O.M.I. Thawing Out the Eskimo. Translated by Mary T. Loughlin. Boston : "Published by The Society for the Propagation of the Faith", (1943). First Edition. Pp (6),[7]-241,(3) + portrait frontispiece . 8vo, blue cloth spine, silver lettering to front & spine. Rev. Adrien-Gabriel Morice O.M.I. (b. August 27, 1859, France – d. April 1938, St. Boniface, Manitoba) was a missionary priest belonging to the Oblates of Mary Immaculate. Story of missions established among the Eskimo by Bishop Turquetil, D.D., Vicar Apostolic of Hudson's Bay. Bishop Louis-Eugène-Arsène Turquetil, O.M.I. (b. June 3, 1876, Réviers, France - d. June 14, 1955), French bishop. Decorated Knight, French Legion of Honor. A few small spots to front cover, else very good. 20.00

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372 MORICE, A.G. History of the Northern Interior of British Columbia. Limited Edition.
Ye Galleon Press, Fairfield, WA, 1971, 
MORICE, A.G. The History of the Northern Interior of British Columbia. Fairfield, WA : Ye Galleon Press, 1971. Pp (24),1-14,(4),iii-xii,1-368,(2), + portrait frontispiece + 20 leaves of plates + 1 folding map + large folding map in rear pocket. 8vo, pale blue cloth with gilt lettering and decorationto front board and spine. This the twenty-fourth book to come from Ye Gall eon Press. Of this edition 985 copies were finished. This is copy number 618. A reprint of the London 1906 edition. Hale and Barman British Columbia Local Histories: A Bibliography 616; Helm, The Indians of the Subarctic: A Critical Bibliography 173. See Lowther, A Bibliography of British Columbia: Laying the Foundations 1849-1899 1534; Smith, Pacific Northwest Americana 7027. Rev. Adrien-Gabriel Morice O.M.I. (b. August 27, 1859, France – d. April 1938, St. Boniface, Manitoba) was a missionary priest belonging to the Oblates of Mary Immaculate. With an introductory essay entitled "Some Early Historians of British Columbia" by Walter N. Sage. Contents: Introduction: The Country and Its Aborigines; 1. Earliest Historical Times; 2. Still Pre-European Times; 3. Discovery by Alexander Mackenzie; 4. First Foundations; 5. Founding and Exploring; 6. Stuart and Harmon at Stuart Lake; 7. The Hudson's Bay Company in New Caledonia; 8. William Connolly Succeeds Stuart; 9. An Episode and its Consequences; 10. Connolly and Dease at Stuart Lake; 11.Peter S. Ogden takes Charge of the Country; 12. The Country and its Resour ces; 13. Peter S. Ogden Governs; 14. Among the Babines; 15. First Catholic Missions; 16. Manson's Tribulations; 17. Alexis Belanger and His Avenger; 18. "Club Law" in New Caledonia; 19. Golden Cariboo; 20. Improvements and Trials; 21. From Chilcotin to Omineca; 21. Some of the Later Pioneers; 22. Laudetur Jesus Christus! A very good copy. 45.00

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373 MORRIS, Alexander, The Hon. Nova Britannia; or, Our New Canadian Dominion Foreshadowed
1884, 
MORRIS, Alexander, The Hon. Nova Britannia; or, Our New Canadian Dominion Foreshadowed. Being a series of Lectures, Speeches and Addresses. Edited, with Notes and an Introduction, by a Member of the Canadian Press. Tor.: Published by Hunter, Rose & Co., 1884. pp (2),[iii]-xii,(2),[3]-187,(1). Sm.8vo, green pressed cloth, gilt to fr.bd. and spine. O'Dea 631b : Newfoundland pp.13-16. Watters p.888, Peel 760, Rhodenizer p.166. Morris (1826-1889) wasin turn an M.L.A., Cabinet Minister, Chief Justice and from 1872 to 1877 L ieutenant-Governor of Manitoba and the North-West Territories. Fine, brightcopy. 125.00

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374 MORTON, Desmond ROY, Reginald H., ed. Champlain Society. Publications of The Champlain Society XLVII. Telegrams of the North-West Campaign 1885
Champlain Society, 1972, 
MORTON, Desmond and Reginald H. ROY, eds. Telegrams of the North-West Campaign 1885. Edited with Introduction and Notes by Desmond Morton and Reginald H. Roy. Toronto: The Champlain Society, 1972. Pp 431. 8vo, red cloth, t.e.g. Publications of The Champlain Society XLVII. Very slightly rubbed, spine sunned, one leaf rather roughly cut, else vg. Partly unopened. 100.00

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375 MORTON, Suzanne At Odds : Gambling and Canadians, 1919-1969. Paperback Edition.
University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2003, ISBN:0802084419 
MORTON, Suzanne. At Odds : Gambling and Canadians, 1919-1969 . Toronto: University of Toronto Press, (2003). First Paperback Printing. Pp. (6),[vi]-xi,(1),[1]-272,(4), + 12 p. of black and white plates. Illustrated. 8vo, white card covers with pale olive-green spine, black, white and brown letteringto front cover and spine. "Using a rich variety of historical sources, Suz anne Morton traces the history of gambling regulation in five Canadian provinces -- Nova Scotia, Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba and British Columbia -- from the First World War to federal legalization in 1969. This regulatory legislation, designed to control gambling, ended a long period of paradoix and pretence during which gambling was common, but still illegal. Morton skilfully shows the relationship between gambling and the wider social mores of the time, as evinced by labour, governance, and the regulation of 'vice'." -from the introductory preamble. Contents: 1. The Critics' Views, 1919-1969 : The Economic, Moral, and Social Costs of Gambling; 2. For Richer, for Poorer: Gambling, 1919-1945; 3. Gambling, Respectable Masculinity, and Male Sporting Culture; 4. Bingo, Women, and the Critics; 5. Gambling 'Others': Race, Ethnicity and Religion; 6. Professional Gambling and Organized Crime under Scrutiny; 7. Redefining the Public Interest: Gambling, Charity, and the Welfare State. Very good. 16.00

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376 MORTON, W.L. Manitoba : A History. 2nd ed. in dj
1967, 
MORTON, W.L. Manitoba : A History. (Tor.) : University of Toronto Press, (1967). Second Edition. Pp 547. Illustrated. Maps. 8vo, grey cloth. Name, else vg in edgeworn dj. 30.00

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377 MORTON, W.L. One University : A History of the University of Manitoba. First Edition in dustjacket.
McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1957, 
MORTON, W.L. One University : A History of the University of Manitoba. [Toronto] : McClelland and Stewart Limited, Publishers, 1957. First Edition. Pp(6),7-200, + 8 pp.photos. 8vo, brown cloth. Spadoni & Donnelly 1487. Not i n Watters or Rhodenizer. "The University of Manitoba occupies an unusual position among Canadian universities. Consisting of a state-supported university with church colleges in affiliation, it stands midway between the denominational university in ANtigonish and the state university in Vancouver. [...] Written to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the founding of the institution, traces its history with remarkable clarity, objectivity and readability." from the dj flap. Chapters : 1. Origins and Traditions (1877-1889); 2. The Struggle for a Teaching University (1889-1904); 3. The Years of Growth (1904-1911); 4. The Years of Deadlock (1912-1917); 5. The University and the Province (1917-1922); 6. The Final Choice of Site (1923-1932); 7. Disaster and Survival (1932-1939); 8. The Years of Recovery (1939-1952). Withindex. Sections on St. John's College and School, St. Boniface College, St . Paul's College, the Agricultural College, &c, &c. Very good in dustjacket. 30.00

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378 MOSHER, Marial M., Maj. Remembering : One Woman's World War II Story. First Edition
Glen Haven Press, Halifax, N.S., 2008, ISBN:9780981005805 
MOSHER, Marial M., Maj. (ret'd.). Remembering : One Woman's World War II Story. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.: Glen Haven Press, (2008). First Edition. Pp (6),7-110,(2) + 4 pages of colour plates. With 22 b&w photos in the text. Oblong 8vo, photo-illustrated green card covers, yellow lettering to spine. Marial Morse Mosher (b. January 29, 1917, Halifax, Nova Scotia - d. October 4, 2008, Halifax, Nova Scotia). “Why give up a developing career on Broadway for army life, why give up ballet slippers for army boots? The fit was a natural one given Marial's intrepid personality, youthful patriotic zeal and natural leadership. At home one summer, Marial responded with her characteristic spontaneity to a call from the fledgling Nova Scotia Women's Volunteer Corps. She enlisted. The Canadian Women's Army Corps (CWAC) was established in September 1941 and Marial was one of the first in line. Broadway was forgotten – forever, as it turned out. The woman who emerged from the military crucible as a senior officer went on to a distinguished academic career and induction into the Order of Nova Scotia. This book in her own words in Marial's wartime story.” - from the back cover. Foreword by Joan Watson; Introduction; Chapters : 1. Halifax and Ste.-Anne-de-Bellevue ; 2. 1Company, Halifax; 3. Overseas; 4. Nos. 28 and 1 Companies, Victoria, BC; 5 . Back to Halifax; 6. Camp Shilo [just east of Brandon, Manitoba]; 7. Vancouver; 8. Postwar; Capsules : 1. Personalities; 2. The Militia; 3. CWAC Corps Associations; 4. Postwar Careers of CWAC Members; 5. Academic Career; 6. Order of Nova Scotia. Postscript. Very good. 15.00

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379 MULVANEY, Charles Pelham History of the North-West Rebellion of 1885. Comprising a Full and Impartial Account of the Origin and Progress of the War, of the Various Engagements with the Indians and Half-Breeds, of the Heroic Deeds Performed by Officers and Men,
A.H. Hovey , Toronto, 1885, 
MULVANEY, Charles Pelham. The History of the North-West Rebellion of 1885. Comprising a Full and Impartial Account of the Origin and Progress of the War, of the Various Engagements with the Indians and Half-Breeds, of the Heroic Deeds Performed by Officers and Men, and of Touching Scenes in the Field, the Camp, and the Cabin; Including a History of the Indian Tribes of North-Western Canada, their Numbers, Modes of Living, Habits, Customs, Religious Rites and Ceremonies, with Thrilling Narratives of Captures, Imprisonment, Massacres, and Hair-Breadth Escapes of White Settlers, Etc. Eight Thousand. Illustrated with Portraits of Distinguished Officers and Men, Maps, Diagrams, and Engravings. Toronto: A.H. Hovey & Co., 1885. Pp. (6),[v]-viii,[17]-424, frontis., with illustrations to text. 8vo, half patterned brown leather, green cloth boards, gilt borders at leather's edge, gilt lettering tofront and spine. Peel 834. Light sunning to spine with some minor rubbing to leather corners, two small silverfish holes to tail of rear gutter, light foxing and smudging to initial few leaves, name inked to second blank, else very good. 75.00

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380 MULVANEY, Charles Pelham. Coles Canadiana Collection. History of the North-West Rebellion of 1885. Comprising a Full and Impartial Account of the Origin and Progress of the War, of the Various Engagements with the Indians and Half-Breeds, of the Heroic Deeds Performed by Officers and Men,
Coles Publishing Company, Toronto, 1971, 
MULVANEY, Charles Pelham. The History of the North-West Rebellion of 1885. Comprising a Full and Impartial Account of the Origin and Progress of the War, of the Various Engagements with the Indians and Half-Breeds, of the Heroic Deeds Performed by Officers and Men, and of Touching Scenes in the Field, the Camp, and the Cabin; Including a History of the Indian Tribes of North-Western Canada, their Numbers, Modes of Living, Habits, Customs, Religious Rites and Ceremonies, with Thrilling Narratives of Captures, Imprisonment, Massacres, and Hair-Breadth Escapes of White Settlers, Etc. Eight Thousand. Illustrated with Portraits of Distinguished Officers and Men, Maps, Diagrams, and Engravings. (Toronto : Coles Publishing Company, 1971). Facsimile of the 1885 A.H. Hovey edition. Pp. (6),[v]-viii,[17]-424. With illustrations to text. 8vo, decorated red card covers with white and black letteringto front cover and spine. In the Coles Canadiana Collection. See Peel 834 for the original edition. Very good. 20.00

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