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41 GIBBONS, Simon). HATFIELD, Leonard F. PETERS, Arthur, foreword Simon Gibbons : First Eskimo Priest : The Life of a Unique Clergyman and Church Builder. Second Printing.
Lancelot Press, Hantsport, 1987, ISBN:0889993467 
(GIBBONS, Simon). HATFIELD, Leonard F. Simon Gibbons : First Eskimo Priest : The Life of a Unique Clergyman and Church Builder. Hantsport, Nova Scotia: Lancelot Press, (1987). Second Printing. Pp (3),2-83,(1), + 8 p. photos. 8vo, white trade paperback. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4382. Gibbons' early days in Labrador and Newfoundland are covered in the first three chapters : Early Beginnings, The Orphanage Story, and Teacher & Layreader (pp 9-22).For a brief account of Gibbons (1851-1896) see Hatfield's article in DCB:X II pp.363365. "Born in Labrador, raised in an orphanage and educated in Kings College in Windsor, Gibbons became a travelling missionary, priest and church builder in Nova Scotia. From his journeys on snow shoes through the backwoods of Cape Breton to his fund-raising trips to London, England, Leonard Hatfield explores both the facts and legends surrounding this most inmteresting man." from the rear cover. Foreword by Arthur Peters. Chapters : 1.Early Beginnings; 2. The Orphanage Story [St. John's]; 3. Teacher & Layrea der; 4. Briefly at Kings; 5. A Cape Breton Mission [Victoria County - Baddeck, Neil's Harbour, Ingonish, &c ]; 6. The Collection for the Saints;; 7. Building Churches in Cape Breton; 8. His Finest Hour; 9. The Second Parish [Lockeport, Shelburne County - Jordon Falls, &c]; 10. His Last Parish [St. George's, Parrsboro, Cumberland County ]; 11. The Gibbons Touch; 12. "We Must Needs Die"; 13. He Ever Lives. Acquisition inscription inked to the half-title page, else very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should becheaper than quoted. 8.00

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42 GIBBONS, Simon). HATFIELD, Leonard F. PETERS, Arthur, foreword Simon Gibbons : First Eskimo Priest : The Life of a Unique Clergyman and Church Builder. Second Printing., Signed
Lancelot Press, Hantsport , 1987, 
(GIBBONS, Simon). HATFIELD, Leonard F. Simon Gibbons : First Eskimo Priest : The Life of a Unique Clergyman and Church Builder. Hantsport, Nova Scotia: Lancelot Press, (1987). Second printing. Pp (3),2-83,(1), + 8 p. photos. 8vo, trade paperback. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4382. Gibbons' early days in Labrador and Newfoundland are covered in the first three chapters : Early Beginnings, The Orphanage Story, and Teacher & Layreader (pp 9-22). For abrief account of Gibbons (1851-1896) see Hatfield's article in DCB:XII pp. 363365. "Born in Labrador, raised in an orphanage and educated in Kings College in Windsor, Gibbons became a travelling missionary, priest and church builder in Nova Scotia. From his journeys on snow shoes through the backwoods of Cape Breton to his fund-raising trips to London, England, Leonard Hatfield explores both the facts and legends surrounding this most inmteresting man." from the rear cover. Foreword by Arthur Peters. Chapters : 1. EarlyBeginnings; 2. The Orphanage Story [St. John's]; 3. Teacher & Layreader; 4 . Briefly at Kings; 5. A Cape Breton Mission [Victoria County - Baddeck, Neil's Harbour, Ingonish, &c ]; 6. The Collection for the Saints;; 7. Building Churches in Cape Breton; 8. His Finest Hour; 9. The Second Parish [Lockeport, Shelburne County - Jordon Falls, &c]; 10. His Last Parish [St. George's, Parrsboro, Cumberland County ]; 11. The Gibbons Touch; 12. "We Must Needs Die"; 13. He Ever Lives. Very good. Signed by Hatfield. 14.00

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43 GIBBONS, Simon). HATFIELD, Leonard F. PETERS, Arthur, foreword Simon Gibbons : First Eskimo Priest : The Life of a Unique Clergyman and Church Builder.. First Edition, Signed
Lancelot Press, Hantsport , 1987, ISBN:0889993467 
(GIBBONS, Simon). HATFIELD, Leonard F. Simon Gibbons : First Eskimo Priest.The Life of a Unique Clergyman and Church Builder. Hantsport, Nova Scotia : Lancelot Press, (1987). First Edition. .Pp (3),2-83,(1), + 8 p. photos. 8vo, trade paperback. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4382. Gibbons' early days inLabrador and Newfoundland are covered in the first three chapters : Early Beginnings, The Orphanage Story, and Teacher & Layreader (pp 9-22). For a brief account of Gibbons (1851-1896) see Hatfield's article in DCB:XII pp.363365. "Born in Labrador, raised in an orphanage and educated in Kings College in Windsor, Gibbons became a travelling missionary, priest and church builder in Nova Scotia. From his journeys on snow shoes through the backwoodsof Cape Breton to his fund-raising trips to London, England, Leonard Hatfi eld explores both the facts and legends surrounding this most inmteresting man." from the rear cover. Foreword by Arthur Peters. Chapters : 1. Early Beginnings; 2. The Orphanage Story [St. John's]; 3. Teacher & Layreader; 4. Briefly at Kings; 5. A Cape Breton Mission [Victoria County - Baddeck, Neil's Harbour, Ingonish, &c ]; 6. The Collection for the Saints;; 7. Building Churches in Cape Breton; 8. His Finest Hour; 9. The Second Parish [Lockeport, Shelburne County - Jordon Falls, &c]; 10. His Last Parish [St. George's,Parrsboro, Cumberland County ]; 11. The Gibbons Touch; 12. "We Must Needs Die"; 13. He Ever Lives. Very good. Signed by Hatfield. 15.00

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44 GILROY, Marion Public Archives of Nova Scotia Publication No.04 N.S.H.S., Genealogical Comm. Pub.No.04 TAYLOR, Hugh A. Loyalists and Land Settlement in Nova Scotia. First Edition
1937, 
GILROY, Marion. Loyalists and Land Settlement in Nova Scotia : A List compiled by Marion Gilroy. Under the direction of D.C. Harvey. Halifax : Public Archives of Nova Scotia, 1937. First Edition. Pp [1]-154,(2). 8vo, printed green card covers with blank spine. Public Archives of Nova Scotia Publication No.4. A list of grants, warrants, and escheats for Annapolis, Cumberland, Halifax, Hants, Kings, Lunenburg, Queens, Shelburne, and Sydney counties. With the following appendices: A. Petition of the Fifty-five Gentlemen, accompanied by a Counter-petition of other Loyalists; B. Petition from certain members of the 2d Battalion, 84th Regiment. Faint corner creasing, a couple of instances of marginalia, else very good. 60.00

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45 GILROY, Marion. Public Archives of Nova Scotia Publication No.04. N.S.H.S., Genealogical Comm. Pub.No.04. TAYLOR, Hugh A. Loyalists and Land Settlement in Nova Scotia. First Edition
Public Archives of Nova Scotia, Halifax, 1937, 
GILROY, Marion. Loyalists and Land Settlement in Nova Scotia : A List compiled by Marion Gilroy. Under the direction of D.C. Harvey. Halifax : Public Archives of Nova Scotia, 1937. First Edition. Pp [1]-154,(2). 8vo, printed green card covers with blank spine. Public Archives of Nova Scotia Publication No.4. A list of grants, warrants, and escheats for Annapolis, Cumberland, Halifax, Hants, Kings, Lunenburg, Queens, Shelburne, and Sydney counties. With the following appendices: A. Petition of the Fifty-five Gentlemen, accompanied by a Counter-petition of other Loyalists; B. Petition from certain members of the 2d Battalion, 84th Regiment. Dampstain to bottom left corner of volume, name, else very good. 45.00

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46 GODDARD, Hazel Firth Prisms in Print. signed
1965, 
GODDARD, Hazel Firth. Prisms in Print. [Halifax : Pub. by the Author, 1965]. Pp 32. 8vo, card covers. Goddard, a native of Jordan Ferry, Shelburne County. Poems include "Oak Island Obsession", two [!] entitled "Peggy's Cove, N.S." and "Country Spread", this last with the note : " This poem is quotedby Mr .Wlii R. Bird in his book "These Are The Maritimes". Thank you, Mr.B ird.". Laugher p.206. Signed presentation copy. Fine. 15.00

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47 GOULDEN, Shirley E. Old Shortening Pail.
Shirley Goulden, Shelburne, N.S., 2008, ISBN:0968911218 
GOULDEN, Shirley E. The Old Shortening Pail. (Shelburne, N.S.: Shirley Goulden, 2008). Printed by Sentinel Printing Limited, Yarmouth. Pp (6),1-146. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated red card covers, lettered in white. “Ingomar [Shelburne County, N.S.] in the 1930's, 40's ... They way it was for two twin boys growing up in a small fishing village.” - from the front cover. Verygood. 12.50

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48 GUSRTEIN, Mike, et al. Economic and Social Base of South Western Nova Scotia.
Department of Municipal Affairs, Community Planning Division, 1977, 
GUSRTEIN, Mike, et al. . The Economic and Social Base of South Western NovaScotia. N.pl.: Prepared for Department of Municipal Affairs, Community Pla nning Division, by the South Western Nova Scotia Study Team, May, 1977. Pp (8),1-208. Maps. 4to, black comb-bounf, blue illustrated card covers. Digby, Yarmouth and Shelburne Counties. Contents : Summary and Recommendations. 1. Introduction to the Region. 2. The Population. 3. Socio-Economic Characteristics. 4. Fisheries [pp 85-120]. 5. Forestry and Wood Related Industries. 6. Agriculture. 7. Tourism. 8. Other Industries and Manufacturing. 9. Commercial, Service and Government. Name, else very good. 60.00

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49 HARVEY, Mary MacKay Nova Scotia Museum Curatorial Rpt No.27 Gardens of Shelburne, Nova Scotia 1785-1820
1975, 
HARVEY, Mary MacKay. Gardens of Shelburne, Nova Scotia 1785-1820. Curatorial Report No.27. Halifax : Nova Scotia Museum, April 1975. Pp (4),[1]-45,(1). Illustrated. 4to, spiral bound yellow card covers. Vg. 10.00

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50 HAYNES, Michael Hiking Trails of Nova Scotia. Eighth Edition, Third Printing
Goose Lane, 2002, ISBN:0864922914 
HAYNES, Michael. Hiking Trails of Nova Scotia. 8th Edition. (Fredericton, New Brunswick) : Goose Lane, (2002). Third Printing. Pp [1]-264,(8). Maps. Illustrated. Small 8vo, illustrated black card covers. Includes Lewis Mountain, Mabou-Inverness, Middle Head, Old Branch Road, Trous de Saumon, Balancing Rock/Sentier Piau, Belleisle Marsh/Mickey Hill, Blomidon Provincial Park, Delaps Cove, Gaspereau River, Moses Mountain, Mount Uniacke Museum, Nictaux Falls, Roxbury, Amherst Point Migratory Bird Sanctuary, Cape Chignecto Provincial Park, Cobequid Trail, Devil's Bend, Five Islands Provincial Park,High Head, Kenomee Canyon, Thomas Cove, Ward Falls/Partridge Island, Black Duck Cove/Chapel Gully, BLT Trail, Guysborough Nature Trail, Guysborough S hort Trails, Liscomb River, McNabs Island, Salmon River, Taylor Head Provincial Park, White Lake Wilderness Trail, Aspotogan Rail Trail, Centennial Trail, Gold Mines/Hemlocks and Hardwoods, Green Bay-Broad Cove, Liberty Lake Loop, Shelburne Rail Trail, The Hawk, Thomas Raddall Provincial park/Port L'Hebert, Wedgeport Nature Trail/Chebogue Meadows, Cape George, Caribou-Munroes Island Provincial Park, Fairmount Ridge, Fitzpatrick Mountain, Jitney/Samon-Albion Trails, Tatamagouche-Denmark, Tidnish Trail, Wallace Bay National Wildlife Area, and Wallace Bridge. Very good. 10.00

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51 Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia) GREENAWAY, Cora, foreword South Shore; Seasoned Timbers : Volume 2 - Some historic buildings from Nova Scotia's South Shore. First Edition
Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia, Halifax, 1974, 
(Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia). South Shore; Seasoned Timbers : Volume 2 -Some historic buildings from Nova Scotia's South Shore. (Foreword by Cora Greenaway). Halifax, N.S. : Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia, 1974. First Printing. Pp (8),9-156. Illustrated with 90 b&w photos and a couple of small drawings. 8vo, blue and white card covers, with photo to front cover and white spine, blue lettering to spine. Very good. 15.00

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52 Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia) GREENAWAY, Cora, foreword South Shore; Seasoned Timbers. boards.
Heritage Trust, Halifax, 1974, 
(Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia). South Shore; Seasoned Timbers : Volume 2 -Some historic buildings from Nova Scotia's South Shore. (Foreword by Cora Greenaway). Halifax : Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia, 1974. Pp (8),9-156. Illustrated. 8vo, blue pebbled cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Vg. 30.00

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53 HICHENS, Walter W. Island Trek : An historical and geographical tour of Seal Island, Nova Scotia. First Edition
Lancelot Press, Hantsport , 1982, ISBN:0889991693 
HICHENS, Walter W. Island Trek : An historical and geographical tour of Seal Island, Nova Scotia, as seen by the author and related to him by Mrs. Winifred Crowell Hamilton who lived on the island all her lifetime. Hantsport,Nova Scotia : Lancelot Press, (1982). First Printing. Pp (3),4-108 + eight -page (i-viii), central photo section [following p.54] with 18 photos. 8vo,photo-illustrated blue card covers with white spine, black and white lette ring to front, black lettering to spine. Walter Wilson Hichens, (born March1917 in Lynn, Massachussets - d. July 22, 2007). "Much of Island Trek was writen on the Island when Senator Hichens travelled around with Mrs Hamilton and listened to her accounts of happenings, while seeing the actual siteshimself. In Island Trek, the author hopes to inspire the readers, as he hu imself was inspired in writing this book." - from the rear. Small stain to front cover, else very good. Due to its small size, shipping charges shouldbe a bit cheaper than quoted. 20.00

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54 HICHENS, Walter W. Seal Island Memories and other poems.
Passage Print & Litho Ltd, Barrington Passage, 1987, 
HICHENS, Walter W. Seal Island Memories and other poems. (Barrington Passage : Passage Print & Litho Ltd), n.d. [1987?]. Pp 1,(1),2-39. 8vo, pale yellow stapled card covers, with photo of lighthouse (presumably Seal Island Light) on front. "A Collection of poems written about Seal Island and areas of Shelburne County, Nova Scotia and additional homespun verses." - on title page. "Seal Island", "Seal Island Light", "Doctor Hichens", "Then the Americans Came: Written for Winifred hamilton on the occasion of electrification of her cottage, May 27-31, 1975", "Checker Games", "Recollection", "HaveYour Kids Ever Heard You Pray?", "Counsel", "Has Anyone Told You They Love You?", "God's Riches", "I Can Hardly Wait", "Camp Jordan : Youth Camp at J ordan Falls, Nova Scotia", "Little Lost Lamb", "Mother Doing Dishes", "WhenDid You Get Home?", "The Journey Shared", "Christams Eve in Bethlehem 12/2 7/74", "The Friends I Knew", "Grandma's Glasses", "Heaven", "God Watches Me", "Love sets the Light", "The Hair Wreath", "I Love This House", "Have YouTold Anyone That You Love Them Today?", "A Lesson Learned", "Love", "My Is land Sweetheart", "Seal Island Church", "I Prayed", "A Memory", "Baked Beans, Brown Bread and Washingon Pie" (said to have been a traditional Saturdaynight supper on Seal island according to a former resident of the Island), "The Chaleenge", "God Raises the Shade", "Lord, Help Me to Remember", "A L istener", "Courage", "Tommorrow" and "The Future". Very good. 10.00

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55 HICHENS, Walter W. HICHENS, Ben, Dr.) Back to My Father and Home : Memories of Barrington Passage, Nova Scotia, and one of its most beloved citizens of the early 1900s, Dr. Ben Hichens. First Edition
Lancelot Press, Hantsport, NS, 1987, ISBN:0889993602 
HICHENS, Walter W. Back to My Father and Home. [Cover adds: Memories of Barrington Passage, Nova Scotia, and one of its most beloved citizens of the early 1900s, Dr. Ben Hichens]. Hantsport, Nova Scotia : Lancelot Press, (1987). First Edition. Pp. (3),4-96, + a central 4-page section of b&w photos. 8vo, illustrated white card covers. Walter Wilson Hichens, (born March 1917in Lynn, Massachussets - d. July 22, 2007). Dr. Benjamin K. Hichens The au thor's reminiscences of life in small-town Nova Scotia, conjured up after returning to Barrington Passage, Shelburne County for his father's funeral. Chapter 2 "Reminiscing at the Wharves" deals with the bustling activity on Barrington's wharf during his childhood. 1. Returning Home; 2. Reminiscing at the Wharves; 3. A Flood of Memories 4. Rejoining Family; 5. The Old TownCentre; 6. The Trace of a Smile; 7. Treasured Friendships; 8. Family Stori es; 9. Old Remedies; 10. Mary's Inspiration; 11. Glimpses of Father and Island Life; 12. A Name Long to Be Remembered. Very good. 20.00

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56 HILL, A.M. FIELDING, W.S. ANCIENT, W.J., Rev. It Happened To Me. First Edition in dustjacket
Thorn Press, Toronto , 1942, 
HILL, A.M., Ph.D., D.D. It Happened To Me [dj adds : A book of interesting sketches of out-of-the-way experiences well told, and well worth telling]. Toronto : Thorn Press, 1942. First Edition. Pp (8),[9]-111,(1). 8vo, red cloth. Watters p.516, Rhodenizer p.385. Some reminiscences, mostly Nova Scotian, of Rev. Allen Massie Hunt (1976-1943), a Halifax native and Presbyterian churchman. Includes : I Meet the Hero of the Atlantic Wreck [Rev. W.J. Ancient]; Business with the Navy (collecting debts for his father's Halifax photography studio/shop); The Royal Yacht Comes to Port [the Ophir, Oct.1901]; The Hold-Up Man; The Vanishing Night Prowler; The Last Sad Rites; The Minister is Rebuked; The Minister's Visitors; The Death Watch [a black man from a western N.S. town on death row]. ; The Guest Speaker; The PresentationWatch [Clark's Harbour]; My Rum-Running Friend; A Minister of Finance Goes Down to Defeat [W.S. Fielding, federal minister, from Queen's-Shelburne, i n 1911]; A Midnight Visitor; Disasters [the Halifax Explosion (pp.103-7); an I.C.R. train crash at Belmont, near Truro; and the wreck of the Hestia atGrand Manan]. Very good in very good crisp dust jacket. 60.00

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57 HILL, Ralph Nading Story of the Ticonderoga: A Chronicle of Steamboating
Shelburne Museum, Shelburne, Vt, 1957, 
HILL, Ralph Nading. The Story of the Ticonderoga: A Chronicle of Steamboating. (Shelburne, Vt.: The Shelburne Museum, 1957). Pp (4),5-107,(1) + 16 pages of photos. 8vo, cardcovers. A Lake Champlain steamboat. This is an abridgement of Hill's Sidewheeler Saga of 1953. Marks & light stains to covers, else vg. 15.00

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Travels in Nova Scotia in the Year 1913 : Containing Much that is Curious Concerning the Manners and Customs of the People : The Stories and Legends of the South Shore and including, HINE, Charles GIlbert HINE, C.G.
58 HINE, Charles GIlbert HINE, C.G. Travels in Nova Scotia in the Year 1913 : Containing Much that is Curious Concerning the Manners and Customs of the People : The Stories and Legends of the South Shore and including
Hine's Annual, 1913, 1913 
HINE, Charles Gilbert. Travels in Nova Scotia in the Year 1913 : Containing Much that is Curious Concerning the Manners and Customs of the People : The Stories and Legends of the South Shore and including Short Excursions into the History of the Country. No place : no publisher, 1913. First Edition. Pp (2),[3]-81,(2, index),(3). 8vo, blue paper-covered boards, plain grey cloth tape spine.

Hine's Annual.

Not in Morley or Rhodenizer.

The running head across each spread throughout the body of the book is "The South Coast of Nova Scotia [:] Land of Romance and Mystery".

Preface (pp.3-9);
Yarmouth to Barrington (pp.10-19);
Port Latour and Burchtown [sic] (pp.20-26);
Shelburne and the Road to East Jordan (pp.27-34);
Lockeport and the Way to Liverpool (pp.35-40);
Liverpool. Port Medway and Beyond (pp.41-50);
Petite Riviere and Dublin Shore (pp.51-59);
Lunenburg and Mahone Bay (pp.60-68, with Oak Island on p.64-65);
Halifax and the Evangeline Country (pp.69-80);
Epilogue.
With index.

Charles Gilbert Hine (b. 1859 in New Albany, Indiana - d. 1931 in East Orange, New Jersey) was an accomplished insurance publisher, editor, local historian and amateur photographer, who "published much of his historical work and accompanying photography in a limited edition series under the title Hine's Annuals between 1905 and 1915." - New York Historical Society and Museum website.

Light edgewear, chipping to printed labels on front and rear boards, else very good.

Very scarce. 450.00

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59 HOWELL, Colin, and H.V. NELLES (eds.). WALKER, James W. St.G. WETHERELL, Charles NICOLAI, Martin L. Canadian Historical Review. Vol. 70, No. 1, March 1989.
University of Toronto Press, Toronto , 1989, 
HOWELL, Colin, and H.V. NELLES (eds.). Canadian Historical Review. Vol. LXX, No. 1, March 1989. (Toronto) : University of Toronto Press, 1989. Pp (2),[1]-149,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated cream card covers. Contents : Race and Recruitment in World War I: Enlistment of Visible Minorities in the Canadian Expeditionary Force (by James W. St.G. Walker, pp 1-26); Two Acresand a Cow: 'Peasant' Farming for the Indians of the Northwest, 1889-1897 ( by Sarah Carter, pp 27-52); A Different Kind of Courage: The French Military and the Canadian Irregular Soldier during the Seven Years' War (by MartinL. Nicolai, pp 53-75); Another Look at the Loyalists of Shelburne, NS, 178 3-95 (by Charles Wetherell and Robert W. Roetger, pp 76-91). Nicked, else very good. For the issue 12.00

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60 JACK, Elizabeth Bruce Century of Memoirs.
CopyRite Printing Services, 1995, 
JACK, Elizabeth Bruce. A Century of Memoirs. N.pl.: (Printed by CopyRite Printing Services), n,d, [1990s]. Pp (10),2-176,(1). Illustrated. 4to, illustrated blue card covers. The memoirs of Elizabeth Bruce Jack who emigrated from Scotland to Canada in 1936. Includes some mention of Nova Scotia : Ch. 39 – A Holiday in Halifax, Nova Scotia (pp 81-82); Ch. 46 – A Visit to Shelburne, Nova Scotia (pp 97-98); Ch. 60 – The Scottish Pioneers of Nova Scotia (pp 123-124); Ch. 78 - Sir Samuel Cunard (pp 161-163). Edges rubbed, elsevery good. 60.00

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