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41 COMFORT, Judith Rediscover the Lighthouse Route : A Personal Guide to the South Shore of Nova Scotia
Nimbus Publishing, Halifax, 1995, ISBN:1551091062 
COMFORT, Judith. Rediscover the Lighthouse Route : A Personal Guide to the South Shore of Nova Scotia. (Halifax) : Nimbus Publishing, (1995). First Printing. Pp 142. Illustrated. Map. 8vo, blue card covers. "Nova Scotia's South Shore is a 200-mile coastal drive through one of the province's most historic regions, offering a mix of old-world charm and Maritime hospitality. Author Judith Comfort takes you on a personal tour of the South Shore, fromHalifax's York Redoubt, through Lunenburg, Liverpool, and Lockeport to Yar mouth's Cape Forchu. Join her as she wanders through villages and drives along coastal roads and experience the bracing salt air, marvelous views, delicious fare, and a rich and varied heritage that includes fishing, boat building, architecture, and crafts. Organized by county and complete with mapsand photos, this informative guide offers directions to sites and attracti ons, from beaches, parks, and lighthouses to local historic sites and natural phenomena. Visit this enchanting area again, or for the very first time,and let Rediscover the South Shore be your companion to exploration and ad venture." Arranged by county : Halifax County. Halifax Area; Halifax to Crystal Cresent Beach; Whites Lake to Upper Tantallon; Upper Tantallon to Hubbards. Lunenburg County. The Aspotogan Peninsula; Graves Island Provincial Park; East Chester; Chester; Mahone Bay; Mahone Bay to Indian Point; Second Peninsula; Lunenburg; Lunenburg to Blue Rocks; Lunenburg to Riverport; Bridgewater; Bridgewater LaHave River Ferry Loop; Bridgewater to Dublin Shore to Cherry Hill. Queens County. Port Medway to Liverpool Port Medway to Long Cove Liverpool to Milton-Mersey River Loop; Liverpool to Western Head Loop;White Point to South West Port Mouton. Shelburne County. Lockeport and Are a; Lockeport; Shelburne; The Islands Provincial Park; Barrington Passage Area; Cape Sable Island; Barrington to East Pubnico; East Pubnico to Barrington. Yarmouth County. West Pubnico to Arcadia;West Pubnico; Yarmouth; Yarmouth to Chebogue; Yarmouth to Cape Forchu. Very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs will be cheaper than quoted. 7.50

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42 COMFORT, Judith SHERIDAN, Victoria Country Roads of the Maritimes : New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Nova Scotia. 1st pr.
Nimbus Publishing, Halifax, 1994, ISBN:1551090767 
COMFORT, Judith. Country Roads of the Maritimes : New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Nova Scotia. Halifax, Nova Scotia : Nimbus Publishing, (1994). First Printing. Pp (8),ix-x,(2),3-175,(7). Illustrated. Map. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. "Take a ferry and you can smeel the salt air, watch raucous seagulls swoop down to mob a fishing boat, and enjoy the sights of lobster traps lining wharfs and docks far above boats stranded at low tide. [...] Relive the struggles of settlers from many lands and the tragic story of the Acadians on these harsh but picturesque shores as you browse historic villages and museums. Swim at magnificent beaches, roam rocky cliffs overlooking the sea, and discover marshes and wildlife sanctuaries teeming with birds. [...] From the apple orchards and fishing villages of New Brunswick to the rolling dairy famrs on Prince Edward Island and the rugged cliffs and salmon-rich rivers of Nova Scotia, join Judith Comfort, a Nova Scotia native, as she travels twelve routes in these fascinating provinces." - from the rear cover. Contents: 1. Island Hopping: Campobello, Deer Island, and St Andrews-by-the Sea; 2. Ferryland: The Kingston Peninsula and Area; 3.River Towns of the St. John; 4. The Acadian Peninsula: Caraquet to Miscou; 5. Souris to the East Point Lighthouse; 6. Norhtern Queens County and Prin ce Edward Island National Park; 7. Nature in the Extreme: The Parrsboro Shore; 8. Blomidon Country: Wolfville and the Dyke Lands; 9. Rocky Peninsulas:Yarmouth County; 10. Beaches of Lunenburg County; 11. Harbour Villages of the Eastern Shore; 12. Enchanted Valley: The Margaree. Very good. 8.00

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43 Cookbook - Jemseg, New Brunswick Jemseg Gems
1975, 
(Cookbook – Jemseg, New Brunswick). Jemseg Gems. (Kansas City, MO : Printedby North American Press of Kansas Coty, Inc.), n.d. [1970s?]. Pp (4),1-60, (8), a-e,(2),+ 14 section dividers. 8vo, brown comb-bound, illustrated white card covers. A community fundraising cookbook. Jemseg is a Canadian ruralcommunity in Queens County, New Brunswick. It is located on the east bank of the Jemseg River along its short run from Grand Lake to the Saint John River. The village briefly served as the Capital of Acadia (1690–91).Penned note, rubbed, else good. 15.00

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44 Cookbook - Studio Singers Society Singing Chefs, Studio Singers Society, Liverpool, Nova Scotia.
L. Rasmussen Co. Ltd, Winnipeg , 1999, 
Cookbook – Studio Singers Society). The Singing Chefs, Studio Singers Society, Liverpool, Nova Scotia. (Winnipeg : L. Rasmussen Co. Ltd., 1999). Pp (4),1-80,(2),+ 7 section separators. 8vo, black comb-bound, illustrated whitecard covers. Contents : Appetizers & Beverages; Salads & Dressings, Soups & Sauces; Vegetables; Main Dishes; Breads; Desserts; Canning. Very good. Signed and inscribed by one of the singers. 12.00

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45 Cookery - Liverpool, N.S. RADDALL, Thomas. PERKINS, Simeon. Perkins' Hearth Cook Book. Compiled by the Zion Guild of Zion United Churchto Commemorate Liverpool's Bicentennial Year 1759-1959.
Guild, Liverpool, N.S., 1959, 
(Cookery - Liverpool, N.S.). Perkins' Hearth Cook Book. Compiled by the Zion Guild of Zion United Church to Commemorate Liverpool's Bicentennial Year 1759-1959. Liverpool : The Guild, 1959. Pp [1]-166,(6). Illustrated. 8vo, white comb bound, illustrated white card covers. Thomas Raddall contributed a short one-page sketch of Simeon Perkins. Comb binding damaged, covers worn, a few pencil and pen notes, else good only. Inscribed by Marjorie E. Bain (to whom the book is dedicated). 20.00

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46 Cookery - Liverpool, N.S. RADDALL, Thomas. PERKINS, Simeon. Perkins' Hearth Cook Book. Compiled by the Zion Guild of Zion United Churchto Commemorate Liverpool's Bicentennial Year 1759-1959.
Guild, Liverpool, N.S., 1959, 
(Cookery - Liverpool, N.S.). Perkins' Hearth Cook Book. Compiled by the Zion Guild of Zion United Church to Commemorate Liverpool's Bicentennial Year 1759-1959. Liverpool : The Guild, 1959. Pp [1]-166,(6). Illustrated. 8vo, white comb bound, illustrated white card covers. Thomas Raddall contributed a short one-page sketch of Simeon Perkins. Light spotting to comb, a coupleof faint creases to cover, else a very good copy. 40.00

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47 CRELLIN, John K. Hannah Institute Studies 01 Home Medicine : The Newfoundland Experience.Firtst Edition, hardcover, Signed
McGill-Queens University Press, Montreal / Kingston, 1994, ISBN:0773511962 
CRELLIN, John K. Home Medicine: The Newfoundland Experience. Montreal / Kingston : McGill-Queens University Press, (1994). Firtst Edition. Pp (10),[3]-280. Illustrated. Index. 8vo, orange-brown cloth, lettered in black. Roland & Bernier, Secondary Sources in the History of Canadian Medicine: A Bibliography, Volume 2, pp.58 & 167. "John Crellin assesses popular home remedies from amulets to Zam-Buk ointment, revealing traditional - often ingenious- ways of coping with common health problems. Home Medicine is both a comp rehensive reference to folk cures and self-treatment and a social history of pharmaceutical practices and products in Newfoundland. Based on material from the Folklore Archives at Memorial University as well as other sources,Crellin's catalogue includes such topics as abortion, baldness and hair pr eparations, blood-letting, cancer, drunkenness, female complaints, Gin Pills, herbs, midwifery and childbirth, Newfoundland stomach, poultices, prepared cures, rheumatism and arthritis, and tonics. Looking at the interplay between mainstream physicians and alternative treatments, and the effect of folk beliefs on today's self-care practices, Crellin examines how the adventof modern medicine has affected self-treatment. His extensive use of oral and written commentary gives the book a personal dimension that adds to itscharm. Home Medicine will appeal to those interested in alternative medici ne, folklore, and Atlantic Canada, and to medical and social historians." (Abstract). Contents :Introduction. Part I - Self-Treatment: A Kaleidoscope.Newfoundland Snapshots; Commercialism and Change, c. 1900-1950; Physician and Patient: Attitudes and Interactions; Self-care: Effectiveness and Community Roles. Part II - Ailments, Treatments, Concepts. Introduction; From Abortion to Zam-Buk Ointment. Very good. Signed with inscription by the author. 60.00

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48 CROLAND, David Drag Dolls : eight cut-out drag queens and their fabulous, over-the-top ensembles. First printing
Gift Works / Chronicle Books, San Francisco, 1996, ISBN:0811814114 
CROLAND, David. Drag Dolls : eight cut-out drag queens and their fabulous, over-the-top ensembles. Photographs and illustrations by David Croland. (San Francisco : Gift Works / Chronicle Books, 1996). First Printing. Pp (16) leaves, printed one side only. 4to, illustrated pink stapled card covers. "Don't hate them because they're beautiful ... Let's face it. You can't always look drop-dead gorgeous. But help is on the way. Cut out lavish outfits.Mix and match mascara and wigs. Accessorize with glittering jewelry. Amaze your friends with your keen eye for fashion. Sophisticated, gaudy, and dow nright tacky, eight glamorous, real-life New York City drag queens show youhow, each with her own collection of garments, makeup, shoes, and more. Fr om Joey Arias to Hedda Lettuce, from Miss Understood to Lady Bunny, these dazzling divas come to the rescue and unleash the fashion queen in you." (from the back cover). Very good. 25.00

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49 CULLUM, Linda. PORTER, Marilyn. Creating This Place : Women, Family, and Class in St. John's, 1900-1950. First Paperback Edition.
McGill-Queens University press, Montreal and Kingston, 2014, ISBN:9780773543119 
CULLUM, Linda and Marilyn PORTER, eds. Creating This Place : Women, Family,and Class in St. John's, 1900-1950. Edited by Linda Cullum and Marilyn Por ter. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press, (2014). First Paperback Printing. Pp. (4),[v]-xiii,(3),[3]-338. Illustrated in black and white. 8vo, illustrated yellow card covers with black lettering to front cover and spine. "The twentieth century witnessed both the formation of Newfoundland as a self-conscious national entity and the construction of distinctand self-aware middle and upper classes in its capital city. This interdis ciplinary collection examines the key roles played by wopmen in the creation of this state and society, and the influence of gender, ethnicity, and religion in class relations. Shifting class relations were formed in the salient political events of the first half of the twentieth century in Newfoundland: the First World War, the suffrage movement, the Great Depression, theSecond World War, and finally Newfoundland's contested entry into the Cana dian Confederation. 'Creating This Place' shows how upper-, middle-, and working-class worlds were established in the everyday work of women, as well as the ways in which the complex social boundaries of the period were constructed." - from the rear cover. Contents: 1. Bonnie Morgan's "Activist Anglicans and Rectors' Wives: The Impact of Class and Gender on Women's Church Work in St. John's"; 2. Vicki S. Hallett's "A Class unto Itself: Phebe Florence Miller's Outport Literary Salon"; 3. Helen Woodrow's "Julia Salter Earle: Seeking Social Justice"; 4. Linda Cullum's "Below Stairs: Domestic Service in Twentieth-Century St. John's"; 5. Margot I. Duley's "Armine Nutting Gosling: A Full and Useful Life"; 6. Marilyn Porter's "'She Knows Who She Is': Educating Girls to Their Place in Society"; 7. Cullum's "'It's Up to the Women': Gender, Class, and Nation Building in Newfoundland, 1935-1945"; 8. Karen Stanbridge and Jonathan Luedee's "Thirft and the Good Child Citizen: The Junior Thrfit Clubs in Confederation-Era Newfoundland"; 9. Sonja Boon's "'I Am Very Badly in Need of Help': Promises and Promissory Notes in Wmen's Letters to J.R. Smallwood". Very good. 20.00

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50 Cunard) Queens, The. 1st pr.
Harvey Barton-St.Stephen's Bristol Press, Bristol, 1968, 
(Cunard). The Queens. Bristol : a Harvey Barton-St.Stephen's Publication, printed and produced by St. Stephen's Bristol Press Ltd., May 1968. First UKPrinting. Pp. (32). Unpaginated. With both colour and black and white illu strations. 8vo, illustrated stapled white card covers. A slim historical volume on the ships R.M.S. Queen Mary, R.M.S. Queen Elizabeth, R.M.S. Queen Elizabeth 2, and their namesakes. Vg. Uncommon. 40.00

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51 CUTLER, Carl C. NIMITZ, Chester W., foreword Queens of the Western Ocean : The Story of America's Mail and Passenger Sailing Lines. 2nd US in dj.
United States Naval Institute, Annapolis, MD, 1967, 
CUTLER, Carl C. Queens of the Western Ocean : The Story of America's Mail and Passenger Sailing Lines. With a foreword by Chester W. Nimitz. MD: United States Naval Institute, (1967). Second Printing. Pp. (6),vii-xxi,(1),[1]-672,(2), frontis., + 32 p. of plates. Illustrated. Map endpapers. Large 8vo, sail cloth. Contents: 1. 1607-1725: Colonial Maritime Policy; 2. 1726-1774: The Policy Pays Off; 3. 1775-1814: The Test of War; 4. 1815-1821: The First Western Ocean Queens; 5. [ibid.]: The First Coastal Queens; 6. [ibid.]:Start of Steam Competition; 7. 1822-1826: The Greater Queens Move in Check ; 8. [ibid.]: High Tide of the Coastal Lines; 9. 1827-1837: Steam Competition Gains Headway; 10. 1838-1847: New Queens Meet the Challenge; 11. [ibid.]: The Queens Triumph; 12. 1848-1857: Steam Brings Up the Reserves; 13. [ibid.]: Armageddon; 14. 1858-1860: Triumph of Steam. With extensive appendices(including a selection of ship and sail plans) at rear. Vg in nicked, wrin kled, unclipped dj. 40.00

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52 DAVIS, Stephen A., Charles LINDSAY, Robert OGILVIE, and Brian PRESTON (eds.ERICKSON, Paul Archaeology in Nova Scotia 1985 and 1986. Curatorial Report Number 63
Nova Scotia Museum, Halifax , 1987, 
DAVIS, Stephen A., Charles LINDSAY, Robert OGILVIE, and Brian PRESTON (eds.). Archaeology in Nova Scotia 1985 and 1986. Curatorial Report Number 63. Halifax : Nova Scotia Museum, December 1987. Pp [i]-vi,1-32. Illustrated. Maps. 4to, black comb-bound, grey card covers. Contents : Dedication: WilliamA. Russell, 1928-1987. Archaeological Research in Nova Scotia (by Stephen A. Davis). Sellon Site (by Paul Erickson et al). The Port Tolouse and Sand Hills Site (by Birgitta L. Wallace). Whynachts Cove (BcDd:1) (by Stephen A.Davis). Preliminary Report on the Stonehurst Cairn Excavation (by Michael Deal). Kejimkujik National Park Seaside Adjunct (by Robert Ferguson). Fort Edward National Historic Site (Robert Ferguson). Preliminary Report for BeCs:3 and BeCs:4 (by Helen Sheldon). Archaeological Investigations at the LowTerrace Site (BaDg2) Indian Gardens, Queens County, Nova Scotia (by Michae l Deal, et al). Archaeological Field Work Summary Reports (by Brian Preston). Evaluation of a Diver-Operated Computer as a Tool for Underwater Archaeology (by John Carter and James A. Covill). Canso Islands Marine Archaeological Survey (1985) (by R. James Ringer). Covers sunned, red mark to front cover, else very good. 25.00

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53 DEMILLE, James PARKS, Malcolm, ed. Centre for Editing Early Canadian Texts series, 3) Strange Manuscript Found in a Copper Cylinder
McGill-Queens University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2000, ISBN:0773521674 
DEMILLE, James. A Strange Manuscript Found in a Copper Cylinder. Edited by Malcolm Parks. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press, (2000). Pp. (8),ix-lxi,(1),1-325,(3). 8vo, illustrated orange card covers. Centre for Editing Early Canadian Texts series, number 3. Canada's first sciencefiction novel, written by the founder of Dalhousie University. "In his day , James de Mille (1833-1880) was one of North America's most popular novelists, known for his clever plots and his masterful handling of suspense. His'A Strange Manuscript Found in a Copper Cylinder', first published in 1888 but written earlier, probably in the 1860s, is a fantasy which combines ro mantic adventure with anti-Utopian satire. Set in a strange, semi-tropical land at the South Pole, the fantasy is inhabited by a race that regards death as the boon of mankind, abhors worldly pleasure and riches, and has an aristocracy of paupers." -from the rear cover. Very good. 15.00

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54 DENNIS, Clara MacKINNON, Clarence, foreword More About Nova Scotia: My Own, My Native Land. 2nd printing in dustjacket
Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1944, 
DENNIS, Clara, Litt.D. More About Nova Scotia : My Own, My Native Land. Illustrated with Photographs Taken by the Author. Toronto : The Ryerson Press,(December 1944). Second Printing. Pp (4), v-xii, 1-412 + frontispiece + 10 leaves of plates. 8vo, blue cloth. Watters p.958, Rhodenzer p.84. Foreword by Clarence MacKinnon. Travel writing laced with history. A geographical, placename & keyword list distilled from the much longer chapter headings: 1. The Shubenacadie Canal, Oakfield; 2. Musquodoboit Valley, Stewiacke Valley, Maitland, Noel, Cheverie; 3. Truro, Masstown, Five Islands; 4. Parrsboro, Advocate, the Mary Celeste; 5. Joggins, River Hebert, Springhill, Amherst, Beausejour; 6. Wallace, Malagash, Tatamagouche, Mount Thom; 7. Pictou, River John; 8. Pictou; 9. Pictou, New Glagow; 10. Green Hill, Stellarton, Moose River; 11. Bailey's Brook, Lismore, Malignant Cove, Marshy Hope, Tracadie; 12. Antigonish, Lochaber, Canso Strait; 13. Guysborough; 14. Canso; 15. Chester; 16. New Ross, Oak Island; 17. Lunenburg, the Bluenose; 18. Blue Rocks, the Ovens, Mahone Bay, New Germany; 19. Kingsburg, Riverport, LaHave, Bridgewater; 20. Liverpool, Brooklyn; 21. Port Mouton, Milton, Northern Queens. Vg in worn and torn dj. 35.00

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55 DENNIS, Clara MacKINNON, Clarence, foreword More About Nova Scotia: My Own, My Native Land. First Edition.
Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1937, 
DENNIS, Clara. More About Nova Scotia : My Own, My Native Land. Illustratedwith Photographs Taken by the Author. Toronto : The Ryerson Press, [Decemb er] 1937. First Printing. Pp (4),v-xii,1-412, frontispiece + 10 leaves of plates. 8vo, blue cloth. Watters p.958, Rhodenzer p.84. Foreword by ClarenceMacKinnon. Travel writing laced with history. A geographical, placename & keyword list distilled from the much longer chapter headings: 1. The Shubenacadie Canal, Oakfield; 2. Musquodoboit Valley, Stewiacke Valley, Maitland,Noel, Cheverie; 3. Truro, Masstown, Five Islands; 4. Parrsboro, Advocate, the Mary Celeste; 5. Joggins, River Hebert, Springhill, Amherst, Beausejour; 6. Wallace, Malagash, Tatamagouche, Mount Thom; 7. Pictou, River John; 8.Pictou; 9. Pictou, New Glagow; 10. Green Hill, Stellarton, Moose River; 11 . Bailey's Brook, Lismore, Malignant Cove, Marshy Hope, Tracadie; 12. Antigonish, Lochaber, Canso Strait; 13. Guysborough; 14. Canso; 15. Chester; 16.New Ross, Oak Island; 17. Lunenburg, the Bluenose; 18. Blue Rocks, the Ove ns, Mahone Bay, New Germany; 19. Kingsburg, Riverport, LaHave, Bridgewater;20. Liverpool, Brooklyn; 21. Port Mouton, Milton, Northern Queens. Light f ading to spine with a bit of spotting, gift inscription to half-title, elsevery good. 25.00

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56 DENNIS, Clara. MacKINNON, Clarence, foreword. More About Nova Scotia : My Own, My Native Land. First Edition in dustjacket
Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1937, 
DENNIS, Clara. More About Nova Scotia : My Own, My Native Land. Illustratedwith Photographs Taken by the Author. Toronto : The Ryerson Press, [Decemb er] 1937. First Printing. Pp (4),v-xii,1-412, frontispiece + 10 leaves of plates. 8vo, blue cloth. Watters p.958, Rhodenzer p.84. Foreword by ClarenceMacKinnon. Travel writing laced with history. A geographical, placename & keyword list distilled from the much longer chapter headings: 1. The Shubenacadie Canal, Oakfield; 2. Musquodoboit Valley, Stewiacke Valley, Maitland,Noel, Cheverie; 3. Truro, Masstown, Five Islands; 4. Parrsboro, Advocate, the Mary Celeste; 5. Joggins, River Hebert, Springhill, Amherst, Beausejour; 6. Wallace, Malagash, Tatamagouche, Mount Thom; 7. Pictou, River John; 8.Pictou; 9. Pictou, New Glagow; 10. Green Hill, Stellarton, Moose River; 11 . Bailey's Brook, Lismore, Malignant Cove, Marshy Hope, Tracadie; 12. Antigonish, Lochaber, Canso Strait; 13. Guysborough; 14. Canso; 15. Chester; 16.New Ross, Oak Island; 17. Lunenburg, the Bluenose; 18. Blue Rocks, the Ove ns, Mahone Bay, New Germany; 19. Kingsburg, Riverport, LaHave, Bridgewater;20. Liverpool, Brooklyn; 21. Port Mouton, Milton, Northern Queens. Bookpla te to flyleaf, else very good in lightly nicked dustjacket. A nice copy. 40.00

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57 Deprogramming Deprogramming : Documenting the Issue. Prepared for the American Civil Liberties Union and The Toronto School of Theology Conferences on Religious Deprogramming, February 5, 1977 (New York) & March 18-20, 1977 (Toronto)
American Civil Liberties Union/ Toronto School of Theology, New York / Toronto , 1977, 
(Deprogramming). Deprogramming : Documenting the Issue. Prepared for the American Civil Liberties Union and The Toronto School of Theology Conferenceson Religious Deprogramming, February 5, 1977 (New York) & March 18-20, 197 7 (Toronto). New York : American Civil Liberties Union / Toronto : Toronto School of Theology, 1977. Pp (6),3-217,(3),[1]-31,(1). Illustrated. 4to, illustrated blue card covers, riveted at spine. Contents : Part I – The Deprogrammers. (a) “Deprogramming and Religious Liberty” from Church and State; (b) “The Case Against Patrick” by Steve Brown, ACLU memorandum on Ted Patrick and Religious Cults; (c) History of the Deprogramming Movement; (d) Chart showing links among deprogramming groups; (e) Rabbi Tennenbaum discusses deprogramming referral system; (f) Latters from Rabbi Davis showing originsof CERF and CEFM; (g) Evidence that deprogrammers first approach parents; (h) Deprogrammer use of toughs and criminals; (i) A step-by-step account ofthe deprogrammers activity; )j)”Brainwashing Kit to Fight Fringe Cults” fr om The Guardian (England); (k) Deprogramming (a sample deprogrammer's manual); (l) Interview with author of Deprogramming from Tidbits (England); (m) The Queens County – Hare Krishna Case. Part II – Some of the Kidnapping Victims. (a) Walter Taylor (Old Catholic) by Trauscht and Scharff; (b) Debbie Dudgeon (Roman Catholic) by MacPherson and Patrick; (c) Andrew Wilson (Unification Church) by Patrick, Swope, and Alexander; (d) Linda Epstein (Hare Krishna) by North, MacPherson, Turner, and Patrick; (e) 32 hare Krishna Kidnappings; (f) Brian Sabourin (Unification Church) by Swope and Waronowski; (g) Elizabeth Regow (New Testament Missionary Fellowship) by Patrick; (h) Daniel Voll (New Testament Missionary Fellowship); (i) Warren Hellyer (Scientology) by North; (j) Arthur Shiva Dayon (Yoga) by Girella and patrick; (k) Pam Fanshier (Unification Church); (l) Dena Thomas and Kathy Markis (Greek Orthodox) by Patrick. Part III – How Deprogrammers Use the Law, the Church and the Media. (a) Churches abuse tax-exempt privilege collecting funds fordeprogrammers; (b) Police cooperation with deprogrammers; (c) Courts coope rate with deprogrammers; (d) District attorneys cooperate with deprogrammers; (e) Standardized Conservatorship form circulated by CEFM (Just fill in the name!); (f) Psychologistin Tucson testifies that a person in Oklahoma, whom he has never seen, requires “psychotherapy intervention”; (g) Example of use of standardized conservatorship form by Gary Scharff; (h) “Abuse of Conservatorship Law” by Ralph Baker; (i) “Anti-cultists ordered to Produce Women” from the Arizona Daily Star; (j) “Issue was One of Citizenship” by R.Cohen, the Washington Post; (k) The media used by deprogrammers; (l) CERF “Fixes” Dole Hearing; (m) William Hendricks: Link between deprogrammers andNational Council of Churches. Part IV – Statements on Deprogramming. (a) A merican Civil Liberties Union; (b) Thomas Szasz ((Psychiatrist); (c) AnnualConvention of the New England Psychological Association; (d) World Fellows hip of Religions; (e) National Council of Churches; (f) Bishops of the Russian Orthodox Church outside of Russia; (g) Association of Asian-Americans; (h) Harvey Cox (Theologian); (i) Stephen Chorover (Psychologist); (j) AllanGerson (Clinical Psychologist); (k) Michael Mewshaw (Journalist); (l) Ravj i Ganatra (Mayor of Bombay); (m) J.L. Simmons, “Deprogramming: The Wrong Answer for Concerned Parents”; (n) Jeremiah Gutman, “Constitutional and LegalDimensions of Deprogramming”; (o) Martin Niemoeller. Part V – Transcripts of Major Statements from New York American Civil Liberties Union Conference. Very good. 80.00

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58 DEVEREUX, Cecily McCLUNG, Nellie Growing a Race : Nellie L. McClung & the Fiction of Eugenic Feminism
McGill-Queens University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2005, ISBN:0773529373 
(McCLUNG, Nellie). DEVEREUX, Cecily. Growing a Race : Nellie L. McClung & the Fiction of Eugenic Feminism. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press, (2005). First Printing. Pp. (6),[vii]-viii,(4),[3]-174. 8vo, black paper covered boards with copper lettering to spine. "In recent scholarship, the extent to which Nellie McClung was implicated in the passage of eugenical legislation in Canada has created ambivalence around her legacy asone of the most popular figures in early twentieth-century women's rights activism. Cecily Devereux situates McClung's fiction within the context of her social reform work and the ways in which that work can be understood tobe broadly eugenic or concerned with the preservation of race." - from the dust jacket. Contents: Part 1: "To Serve and Save the Race": McClung, Mate rnal Feminism, and the Principles of Eugenices: 1. Changing Perspectives ofMaternal Feminism: Reconsidering the New Woman and the Mother of the Race; 2. "Motherhood on the Eugenic Basis": How the Anti-Feminist Principles of Selective Breeding Became "One with the Woman Question"; 3. Locating McClung's Eugenic Feminism: Didactic Fiction and Racial Education. Part 2: Reading Maternalism in McClung's Fiction: The Culture of Imperial Motherhood: 4. "Finger-Posts on the Way to Right Living": Mothering the Prairies; 5. Pearlie Watson and Eugenic Instruction in the Watson Trilogy: How to Be a Maternal Messiah of the New World. Part 3: Eugenic Plots: Feminist Work and the "Racial Poisons": 6. "The Great White Plague" in "The Last Best West": Tuberculosis, Temperance, and Woman Suffrage in 'Purple Springs'; 7. "In a Chinese Restaurant, Working at Night": 'Painted Fires', White Slavery, and the Protection of the Imperial Mother. Part 4: Eugenic Feminism and "Indian Work": 8. Re-Forming "Indianness": The Eugenic Politics of Assimilation; 9. "Called to [the] Mission": Interpellating Métis Mothers in "Red and White" and"Babette". Very good in dustjacket. 35.00

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59 DEWAR, Kenneth C. CLARKE, Charles Charles Clarke : Pen and Ink Warrior. in dj.
McGill-Queens University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2002, ISBN:0773523545 
DEWAR, Kenneth C. Charles Clarke : Pen and Ink Warrior . Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press, (2002). Pp. (8),[ix]-xvii,(1),[1]-330,(4). Illustrated. 8vo, black cloth with silver lettering to spine. A biographical survey of the contributions of the nineteenth century Ontario journalist and politician. Vg in dj. 25.00

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60 DICKINSON, Anthony B. and Chelsey W. SANGER SANGER, Chelsey W, Twentieth-Century Shore-station Whaling in Newfoundland and Labrador. in dj.
McGill-Queens University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2005, ISBN:0773528814 
DICKINSON, Anthony B. and Chelsey W. SANGER. Twentieth-Century Shore-station Whaling in Newfoundland and Labrador . Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press, (2005). Pp. [i]-xvii,(1),[1]-254. Illustrated. 8vo, black paper covered boards with metallic lettering to spine. A chronological survey of the rise and fall of shore-station whaling in Newfoundland and Labrador, reaching its peak at the turn of the century, before declining in the second decade and ultimately collapsing from the 1950s-onward. Vg in dj.35.00

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