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41 BUTALA, Sharon Lilac Moon : Dreaming of the Real West. First Edition in dustjacket
HarperCollins Publishers Canada Phyllis Bruce Book, Toronto, ON, 2005, ISBN:978-0002007788 
BUTALA, Sharon. Lilac Moon : Dreaming of the Real West. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) : HarperCollins Publishers Canada, (2005). First Printing. Pp. (6),7-251,(5). 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "What does it mean to be a Westerner? What is the Western experience and, by extension, what makes up the Western soul? In Lilac Moon, Sharon Butala challenges and inspiresus to think about the West in fresh ways. She begins by transporting us to her Saskatchewan ranch, where a soft lilac moon lights the vastness of the prairie landscape. Then, in a series of wide-ranging chapters that ponder the question "What makes a Westerner?" she explores the myths, the history,the peoples of the three prairie provinces. From the pioneer past to Weste rn stereotypes, from racial and ethnic inequalities to party politics, fromrural legends to urban realities, Lilac Moon effortlessly interweaves stra nds of history, family, politics and culture. Butala’s deep Western roots -her family blends bot French and English cultures and has lived in the wes t for five generations - - and her elegquent, perceptive, and questuionuibfmant style combine to create a book rich in insight and an abiding love fo r the vast region she knows so well. Published on the centennial anniversary of the entry of Alberta and Saskatchewan into Confederation, this is a book not just for Westerners, but for all Canadians who want to know -- and understand -- one of the seminal dreams of our nation." (from the dj). Very good in unclipped dustjacket. 15.00

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42 BUTALA, Sharon Upstream : le pays d'en haut. First Edition in dustjacket
Fifth House Publishers, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 1991, ISBN:0920079784 
BUTALA, Sharon. Upstream : "le pays d'en haut." Saskatoon, Saskatchewan : Fifth House Publishers, (1991). First Printing. Pp. (6),7-251,(5). 8vo, bluecloth, gilt lettering to spine. "Award winning author Sharon Butala is wel l known for her vivid and sensitive portraits of the lives of ordinary women. In this new novel she brings us Chloe, a young woman coming to terms with her French and Anglo Canadian heritage. Troubled by the breakdown of her marriage, Chloe forces herself to examine her emotions, her personality, and her heritage. On summer break from her teaching job in Saskatoon, she goes on a voyage of self-discovery - first across Canada to Montreal, and theninto the heart of her own country, St. Laurent, Saskatchewan, an area orig inally settled by French Canadians from Quebec. Chloe is herself half French and half Anglo Canadian, and she comes to realize that the conflicts experienced by her parents, whose marriage was opposed by their families because of its mixing of languages and cultures, have resulted in conflicts in Chloe herself which are not resolved. As she gets to know her French relatives in St. Laurent and the ardent Francois Benoit, Chloe begins to learn something from her family's past that she can use in her own future. In readingthe diary of her grandmother, given to her by her great aunt, Chloe gains needed insights into the French situation in the West, the problems faced by her ancestors, and her own struggle to forge an active, independent personality." (from the dj). Very good in unclipped dustjacket. 15.00

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43 BUTALA, Sharon. Girl in Saskatoon : A meditation on Friendship, Memory and Murder. Proof
Harper Collins Publishers Ltd, Toronto, 2007, 
BUTALA, Sharon. The Girl in Saskatoon : A meditation on Friendship, Memory and Murder. (Toronto : Harper Collins Publishers Ltd, 2007). Uncorrected Proof. Pp (8),1-262,(2). 8vo, illustrated card covers. "In 1961, a little known country singer named Johnny Cash chose the beautiful Alexandra Wiwcharukto be his "Girl in Saskatoon" as he sang to her in a crowded hometown aren a. A few months later, Alexandra was found brutally murdered on the banks of the Saskatchewan River, and her killing became a touchstone moment for Saskatoon residents. Why does Alex's murder haunt people even today?" - from the back cover. Very good to fine. 30.00

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44 BYERS, A. R. (ed.) Geological Survey of Canada: Symposium on the Geology of Coronation Mine, Saskatchewan
Geological Survey of Canada, 1969, 
BYERS, A. R. (ed.). Geological Survey of Canada: Symposium on the Geology of Coronation Mine, Saskatchewan. (Ottawa): Geological Survey of Canada, (1969). Pp. 329 with [7] maps in rear pocket. Illustrated. 8vo, stapled yellow ill. card covers. Paper 68-5. A collection of papers on various aspects of the geology, geophysics and geochemistry of the Coronation Mine, published by the Geological Survey of Canada under the sponsorship of the National Advisory Committee on Research in the Geological Sciences. Spined faded, else vg. 25.00

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45 BYRNE, Cyril J., Margaret HARRY and Padriag O SIADHAIL (eds.) HARRY, Margaret O SIADHAIL, Padraig Celtic Languages and Celtic Peoples : Proceedings of the Second North American Congress of Celtic Studies : held in Halifax, August 16-19, 1989
D'Arcy McGee Chair of Irish Studies, Saint Mary's University, Halifax, 1992, ISBN:0969625200 
BYRNE, Cyril J., Margaret HARRY and Pádriag O SIADHAIL (eds.). Celtic Languages and Celtic Peoples : Proceedings of the Second North American Congressof Celtic Studies : held in Halifax, August 16-19, 1989. Halifax: D'Arcy M cGee Chair of Irish Studies, Saint Mary's University, (1992). Pp. 761. 8vo,off-white card covers, green decoration and lettering to front and spine. Of Maritime interest: John Gibson's "Traditional Piping in Nova Scotia" (159-172); John Cousins's "Tom Dunn and the Irish Folktale in Prince Edward Island" (193-202); T.P. Power's "The Emigrant Ship: The Transportation, Regulation and Reception of Irish Immigrants in New Brunswick, 1815-1855" (683-706); Brendan O'Grady's "County Monaghan before the Emigration to Prince Edward Island" (707-722); and Stephen A. Davis's "Archeological Investigationsof the Irish on the Shubenacadie Canal, Nova Scotia" (723-732). Also inclu des: Anthony Harvey's "Latin, Literacy and the Celtic Vernaculars around the year AD 500"; Dorothy Ann Bray's 'Secunda Brigida": Saint Ita of Killeedyand Brigidine Tradition"; James Mackey's 'Primal Religion and Christianity in Celtic Tradition adn Literature"; Maire Herbert's "The Universe of Male and Female: A Reading of the Deirdre Story"; William Sayers's "Guin & Croc had & Golad: The Earliest Irish Threefold Death"; Achille Joyal's "La validite generale d'une hypothese: Origines europeennes des cultures nahuatl au Mexique pre-coloniale, VIe et VIIe siecles"; Gordon W. MacLennan's "Digression in Irish Oral TraditionL The Case of Anna Nic Grianna"; Breandan O Madagain's "Echoes of Magic in the Gaelic Song Tradition"; John Shaw's "Scottish Gaelic Traditions of the Cliar Sheanchain"; Kathleen E. Dunlay's "The Playing of Traditional Scottish Dance Music: Old and New World Styles and Practices"; Tomas de Bhaldraithe's 'Focloir na Nua-Ghaeilge-Forbairt agus Fadhbanna"; Heidi Ann Lazar-Meyn's 'Use of Emphasizing Particles in Conjunction with Independent Pronouns in Old and Middle Irish Recensions of 'Tain Bo Cuailgne'"; Damien O Muiri's "Gender of Monosyllabic Nouns in Modern Irish"; K.J. George's "Towards a Definitive List of Settlement-Names in Cornwall"; Peter Wynn Thomas's "In Search of Middle Welsh Dialects"; Richard M. Crowe's "Iolo Morganwg: An Eighteenth-Century Welsh Linguist"; William Gillies's "Scottish Gaelic Dialect Studies"; Harry Roe's "Acallamh na Senorach: The Confluence of Lay and Clerical Oral Traditions"; Micheal Mac Craith's "Gaelic Courtly Love Poetry: A Window on the Renaissance"; Andrew Welsh's "Manawydan Fab Llyr: Wales, England, and the 'New Man'"; Charlotte Ward's "Arthur in the Welsh Bruts"; Andrea Budgey's "'Preiddeu Annwn' and the Welsh Tradition of Arthur"; Joanne Findon's "The Function of Cei in Welsh Arthurian Literature"; R. Geraint Gruffydd's "Dafydd ap Gwilym: An Outline Biography"; A.T. Seaman's "Celtic Myth as Perceived in Eighteenth and Nineteenth-CenturyLiterature in English"; Philip O'Leary's "'The Greatest of the Things Our Ancestors Did': Gaelic Adaptations of Early Irish Literature, 1891-1916"; OMuiri's "Feidhm an Mhiotais in Cuaifeach mo Londubh Bui"; Ann Dooley's "Li terature and Society in Early Seventeenth-Century Ireland: The Evaluation of Change"; Allan I. Macinnes's "Seventeenth-Century Scotland: The Undervalued Gaelic Perspective"; Alan Harrison's "John Toland and Celtic Studies"; R.B. Walsh's "Gaelic Ireland in a Twentieth-Century Context"; Deirde Ui Ghradaigh's "Primary School and Language Maintenance in Ireland, 1922-1989"; Micheal O Conghaile's "Rath Cairn: The Birth of a Gaeltacht"; Robert Owen Jones's "From Wales to Saskatchewan via Patagonia"; T.M. Devine's "The Flight of the Poor: Highland Emigration to Canada in the Mid-Nineteenth Century"; Kenneth A. MacKinnon's "Captain John MacDonald and the Glennaladale Settlers: The Proprietor as Community Leader"; Mary A. Ludwig's "The Invention of Tradition among Irish-Americans"; and Marta Weingartner's "Is There a Future for the Welsh Language in North America?". A very good copy. Uncommon. 75.00

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46 CALDER, Robert Richer Dust : Family, Memory and the Second World War. First Edition in dustjacket.
Viking Canada, Toronto, 2004, ISBN:0670043133 
CALDER, Robert. A Richer Dust : Family, Memory and the Second World War. (Toronto) : Viking Canada, (2004). First Printing. Pp (),ix-xii,(2),1-271,(3)+ 8-page photo section. 8vo, two-tone cloth, grey boards, black spine. "Wh en Captain Ken Calder returned home to Saskatchewan after five years of fighting in World War II, the last thing he expected to find was another man living with his wife. Three weeks later, the heartbroken soldier mailed a suicide note to his closest wartime buddy, and took his own life. Fifty yearslater, Calder's two nephews, finally learned of the note and got to read t hat wrenching missive. In the process, they befriended the man who had beentheir uncle's confidant. In A Richer Dust, author Robert Calder uses his u ncle's wartime journal and letters, as well as newspaper accounts and military memoirs, to vividly recreate the horrendous battlefield conditions in Italy and Holland. Amid bombs and artillery fire, amid seas of mud and endless rain, soldiers kept alive a vision of home and hearth to keep them going. In Ken Calder's case, as in many other instances, that vision proved to be an illusion. A Richer Dust explores the profound effect that the suicide had on Captain Calder's parents, the brother whose alcoholism led to his being institutionalized, and the two boys who grew up idealizing their soldier uncle. It is a powerful exploration of a case of unrecognized post-traumatic stress and a profoundly moving account of war and its aftermath." - from the dj Very good in dustjacket. 17.50

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47 CAMERON, Eric Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery. University of Regina. On -ing and Paint
CAMERON, Eric. On -ing and Paint. [An Installation by Eric Cameron, with Thick Paintings (To Be Continued); Bottle (365), Box (191) and Danish Pastry (792); Mirror, Colour Slide Projection; Closed Circuit, Black and White Video; Sound Feedback; and Lawn. At the Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery, October 1-October 28, 1980. In Cooperation with the Department of Visual Art, University of Regina. All Photography by Don Hall.] S.l.: s.n., [1980]. Pp [16]. 4to, stapled wraps. Rubbed, slight creasing, nick to front wrap, else vg. 20.00

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48 CAMPBELL, Marjorie Wilkins KERR, Illingsworth H. (ill.) Rivers of America Series 41 Saskatchewan. Second Printing in dustjacket.
Rinehart & Co., New York, 1950, 
CAMPBELL, Marjorie Wilkins. The Saskatchewan. Illustrated by Illiingsworth H. Kerr. New York : Rinehart & Co., (1950). Second US Printing. Pp. 400. 8vo, green cloth. top edge dyed brick red. No. 41 in the Rivers of America series. Fitzgerald, The Rivers of America : A Descriptive Bibliography S45, Peel 3: 7173, Adams, The Rampaging Herd : A Bibliography of Books and Pamphlets on Men and Events in the Cattle Industry 404. Very small stain to bottom right corner of front board, minor edgewear, name, else vg in lightly rubbed, nicked, price-clipped dustjacket. 45.00

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49 CAMPBELL, Wilfred and George BRYCE BRYCE, George Scotsman in Canada. 2 vols.
Musson, 1911, 
CAMPBELL, Wilfred and George BRYCE. The Scotsman in Canada. In Two Volumes.Tor.: Musson Book Company, [1911]. Pp (6),7-432; (6),7439,(1). 8vo, green cloth. Watters p.863, Peel 2200. Vol.I by Wilfred Campbell : Eastern Canada, including Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, Quebec and Ontario. Vol.II by George Bryce : Western Canada, including Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, and portions of Rupert's Land and the Indian Territories. Cloth spotted, foxing to edges and first and last few leaves, else a good solid set. the set for 100.00

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50 Canaadian National - Grand Trunk Railway) Across Canada The National Way : Atlantic to Pacific
Canaadian National - Grand Trunk, 1924, 
(Canaadian National - Grand Trunk Railway). Across Canada "The National Way" : Atlantic to Pacific. [Toronto?] : Canaadian National - Grand Trunk, n.d. [1924?]. Pp (4),[3]-155,(3), frontispiece + 9 plates. 8vo, maroon leatherette, gilt lettering to front board and spine. Contents : Canada—Its Attractions and Resources. Atlantic to the Pacific—Transcontinental Service: Halifax to Truro; Truro to Sackville; Sackville to Moxcton; Moncton to Montreal; Montreal to Winnipeg; Quebec to Winnipeg; Toronto to Winnipeg via Port Arthur and Fort William; Toronto to Winnipeg via North Bay and Cochrane; Winnipeg to Vancouver. Sydney to Truro. Halifax to Yarmouth. St. John to Moncton. St. John to Quebec via Quebec Bridge. Moncton to Quebec via Quebec Bridge. Quebec to Montreal via North Shore. Montreal to Toronto via G. T. R. Ottawa to Toronto. Red Pass Junction to Prince Rupert. Province of Nova Scotia. Province of Prince Edward Island. Province of New Brunswick. Province of Quebec. Province of Ontario. Province of Manitoba. Province of Saskatchewan. Province of Alberta. Province of British Columbia. Slightly splayed, wearto spine ends and corners, gilt lettering partially rubbed off, else good. 75.00

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51 Canada - Department of Regional Economic Expansion Regional Development Programs by Province. One of a series of staff papers prepared by the federal Department of Regional Economic Expansion as part of the regional development policy and program review. April, 1973.
Department of Regional Economic Expansion, Ottawa, 1973, 
(Canada – Department of Regional Economic Expansion). Regional Development Programs by Province. One of a series of staff papers prepared by the federal Department of Regional Economic Expansion as part of the regional development policy and program review. April, 1973. [Ottawa] : (Department of Regional Economic Expansion, 1973). Pp (4),[1]-[120]. Maps. 4to, tan printed card covers, black cloth tape spine. Contents : Newfoundland. Prince Edward island. Nova Scotia. New Brunswick. Quebec. Ontario. Manitoba. Saskatchewan. Alberta. British Columbia. Name, tear to top spine, else very good. 30.00

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52 Canada - Indian Bands) Linguistic and Cultural Affiliations of Canadian Indian Bands
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, 1967, 
(Canada - Indian Bands). Linguistic and Cultural Affiliations of Canadian Indian Bands. Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, n.d. [1967?]. Pp (2),1-26. 4to, black cloth tape spine, orange card covers,lettered in black. The classification adopted here is according to Diamond Jenness in "The Indians of Canbada." Contents : Introduction. Cultural Are as (Algonkian, Iroquoian, Plains, Plateau, Pacific Coast). Table of Indian Bands (Introduction, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, , New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, NorthwestTerritories, Summary). Top margin sunned, else very good. 12.50

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53 Canada - Secretary of State International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights: Report of Canada on Implementation of the Provisions of the Covenant.
Canada - Secretary of State / Minister of Supply and Services Canada, 1979, 
Canada - Secretary of State. International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights: Report of Canada on Implementation of the Provisions of the Covenant. [Ottawa] : Secretary of State / Minister of Supply and Services Canada, March 1979. Pp (6),[1]-479,(3). Large 8vo, blue cardcovers, Contents: Introduction : THe Canadian Constitutional System and the Covenant; II. CanadianLaw. A. Examination of the federal law and of the law of the Northwest Ter ritories and that of the Yukon Territory (pp.8-186). B. Examination of Provincial Law: Alberta (pp.187-212); British Columbia (pp.213-241); Manitoba (pp.242-266); New Brunswick (pp.267-290); Newfoundland (pp.291-331); Nova Scotia (pp.332-349); Ontario (pp.350-405); Prince Edward Island (pp.406-430);Quebec (pp.431-460); Saskatchewan (pp.461-479). Nick to spine, light cover erar, else very good. 60.00

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54 Canada Railway News) Souvenir View Book of Scenic Canada
Photogelatine Engraving Co. Ltd., Ottawa, 1930, 
(Canada Railway News). Souvenir View Book of Scenic Canada. Ottawa : Photogelatine Engraving Co. Ltd., [1930s]. Pp. [45 plates]. Oblong 8vo, stapled brown card covers, lettered in black. Image captions : The Nova Scotian, Halifax, N.S.; Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Nova Scotia; Looking Seawards in Jumping Brook Valley, Cape Breton Highlands, National Park; Parliament Buildings Fredericton. New Brunswick; "A"- Bridges over Reversing Falls Saint John, New Brunswick; "B"- River and Tide Level at Stack Tide; "C"- Reversing Falls at High Tide; "D"- Falls at Low Tide; Queen St. Looking North, Charlcittetown, Prince Edward Island; This is the old Anne of Green Gables Home, showing "The Whispering Trees.' ; Tadoussac from Point Rouge; Chateau Frontenac showing Lower Town, Quebec; General View of Quebec City; Quebec Bridge Spanning the St. Lawrence River; Shawinigan Falls, P.Q.; C.N.R. Central Station, Montreal; Montreal from the Mountain; St. Joseph's Shrine, Montreal; Ottawa Canada showing the Canadian Houses of Parliament; The Thousand Island International Bridge showing Canadian Section; Down Town Business Section, Toronto; Provincial Parliament Buildings, Toronto; Central Section of Toronto Waterfront; Casa Loma, Toronto; City Hall, Toronto; "A"—Dunburn Castle and Museum, Hamilton; "B"—King Street East, Hamilton; "C" - Rock Garden, Hamilton; "D" - Hamilton Canada from the Mountain; "A"—Winter View of Niagara Falls; "B"—Horseshoe Falls, Canada; "C"—Aerial View of Niagara Falls; "D" - Spanish Aero Car over Niagara Gorge; Niagara Falls Canada showing Oakes Gardens; S.S. Northumberland in Welland Ship Canal; C.N.R. Station, London, Ontario; Peninsula Lake. Ontario; "A" - Ambassador Bridgem Windsor; "B" - Tunnel Busses in Detroit-Windsor Tunnel; "C" - Detroit Waterfront from Windsor, Canada; C.N.R. Station, Winnipeg, Manitoba; "A" - Fort Garry Hotel, Winnipeg; "B" - Grand Staircase, Parliament Buildings, Winnipeg; "C"- Old Fort Garry Gate, Winnipeg; "D" - Corner Portage Ave. and Main Street ; Wheat Fields in Western Canada; Parliament Buildings, Regina, Saskatchewan; Bessborough Hotel, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Second Avenue, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; The Macdonald, Edmonton, Alberta; Jasper Ave., Edmonton, Alberta; Jasper Park Lodge, Jasper National Park, Alberta; Vancouver Waterfront; Brockton Point, Stanley Park. Vancouver, B.C.; Aerial View of Vancouver, British Columbia; Fraser River near Mt. Robson, B.C.; Inner Harbour, Victoria, Br.tish Columbia. Spine torn, surface tear to back cover, else very good.40.00

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55 CANADA-HOUSE OF COMMONS) House of Commons Special Committee Investigating Coal Resources of Canada. 1926.
F.A. Acland, 1926, 
(CANADA-HOUSE OF COMMONS). House of Commons Special Committee Investigating Coal Resources of Canada : Proceedings of the Special Committee appointed to investigate our present sources of supply of Anthracite and Bituminous Coal, the dependability of such sources, and whether the price paid by the Canadian Consumer is fair and reasonable; and also to inquire as to the methods of mining and delivering Canadian Coal in the best and cheapest way to all parts of the Dominion, for the purpose of giving employment to our Workmen, Freight to our Transportation Companies, etc., Comprising The Order of Reference, Reports of the Committee presented to the House, the Evidence taken before the Committee, and the Communications and Data submitted by various Persons in the course of the Proceedings. January-July Session, 1926. First Session of the Fifteenth Parliament of Canada. Ottawa: F.A. Acland, 1926. Pp 364. 8vo, printed blue card covers. Heavily rubbed, chips to spine, horizontal tear to front cover, owner's signature, else vg. 40.00

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56 Canadian Art HUBBARD, R.H. OSTIGUY, Jean René BUCHANAN, Donald W. Canadian Art. Summer Number. Vol. 12. No. 4. Summer 1955
Canadian Art, Ottawa, 1955, 
(Canadian Art). Canadian Art. Summer Number. Vol. XII. No. 4. Summer 1955. Ottawa : Canadian Art, 1955. Pp (8),[141]-180. Illustrated. Large 8vo, illustrated white stapled card covers. Contents : The Art of Jean Dallaire (by Donald W. Buchanan); Marcelle Ferron: A Young Painter (by Pierre de Ligny Boudreau); The Arts in Saskatchewan Today (by R.H. Hubbard); Geodesic Barn (by Donald W. Buchanan); The First Biennial of Canadian Painting (by Jean René Ostiguy); Canadian Film Awards (by Kathleen M. Fenwick); A Report from Canada Fellowship Holders (by Louis Archabault, Goodridge Roberts, Clare Bice and Robert La Palme); Canada and the International Association of PlasticArts (by Ernst Neumann and Julien Hébert); and more. Cover art : Cadet Rou sselle, by Jean Dallaire. Rubbed, else very good. 20.00

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57 Canadian Art JACKSON, A.Y. SHADBOLT, Jack GLOVER, Guy Canadian Art. Vol. 11. No. 1. Autumn 1953
Canadian Art, Ottawa, 1953, 
(Canadian Art). Canadian Art. Vol. XI. No. 1. Autumn 1953. Ottawa : Canadian Art, 1953. Pp (8),[1]-40. Illustrated. Large 8vo, illustrated white stapled card covers. Contents : Filippino Lippi – Important Panels for Canada; A.Y. Jackson – A Retrospective Exhibition; Reminiscences of Army Life 1914-1918 (by A.Y. Jackson); Prairie Metamorphosis (by Donald W. Buchanan); The Saskatchewan Arts Board (by Robert Ayre); Vancouver Artists Design for the Ballet (by Guy Glover); The Art of Marthe Rakine (by Joseph A. Baird); What Have Amateurs Done to Canadian Art? (by George Elliott); Contemporary MuralPaintings from Western Canada (by J.L. Shadbolt, René Boux and Donald W. B uchanan); and more. Cover art : Bird Migration, by Laurence Hyde, wood engraving. Rubbed, else very good. 20.00

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58 Canadian Art LISMER, Arthur LASH, Mary Ann BORNSTEIN, Eli Canadian Art. Spring Number. Vol. 14. No. 3. Spring 1957.
Canadian Art, Ottawa, 1957, 
(Canadian Art). Canadian Art. Spring Number. Vol. XIV. No. 3. Spring 1957. Ottawa : Canadian Art, 1957. Pp (8),[91]-134. Illustrated. Large 8vo, illustrated white stapled card covers. Contents : Is Non-Objective Art Non-Objectionable? (by Colin Graham); Serigraphy – Why a New University Course Attracts Artists in Saskatchewan (by Eli Bornstein); New Life Is Given to the Craft of Haida Jewelry (by Mary Ann Lash); Eight Annual Exhibition of Editorial and Advertising Art (by Paul Arthur); Child Art – A Critical Review of Some Experiments and Achievements (by Arthur Lismer); Art in Canadian Schools (by C.D. Gaitskell); University Studebnts Form an Alliance with Creative Artists in Canada; and more. Cover Design by Bruno Bobak. Rubbed, else verygood. 20.00

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59 Canadian Historical Association FINGARD, Judith WISE, S.F. IGARTUA, José Canadian Historical Association : Historical Papers 1974 : A selection of the papers presented at the 1974 Annual Meeting held at Toronto, Ontario.
Canadian Historical Association, Public Archives, Ottawa, 1974, 
(Canadian Historical Association). The Canadian Historical Association : Historical Papers 1974 : A selection of the papers presented at the 1974 Annual Meeting held at Toronto, Ontario. Edited by Peter Gillis. (Ottawa : Canadian Historical Association, Public Archives, 1974). Pp (8),1-261,(3). 8vo,yellow printed card covers. Historical Papers : S. F. Wise's Presidential Address “Liberal Consensus of Ideological Battleground: Some Reflections onthe Hartz Thesis” (pp 1–14); J. W. Daly's “The Origins and Shaping of Engl ish Royalist Thought” (pp 15–35); Jacques Kornberg's “Feminism and the Liberal Dialect: John Stuart Mill on Women’s Rights” (pp 37–63); Judith Fingard's “The Winter’s Tale: The Seasonal Contours of Pre-industrial Poverty in British North America, 1815-1860” (pp 65–94); Douglas McCalla's “The Canadian Grain Trade in the 1840’s The Buchanans’ Case (pp 95–114); José Igartua's“A Change in Climate: The Conquest and the Marchands of Montreal” (pp 115– 134); W. M. Baker's “Turning the Spit: Timothy Anglin and the Roasting of D’Arcy McGee” (pp 135-158); L. D. Courville's “The Conservatism of the Saskatchewan Progressives” (pp 157–181); Howard Palmer's “Nativism in Alberta, 1925-1930” (pp 183–212); Robert Hopwood's “Paladins of the Buergertum: Cultural Clubs and Politics in Small German Towns, 1918-1925” (pp 213–235); T. V. Cohen's “Why the Jesuits Joined 1540-1600” (pp 237–258). Some papers in French, some in English. Very good. 25.00

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60 Canadian Historical Association MORTON, Desmond FRIESEN, Gerald DICKASON, Olive Patricia Canadian Historical Association : Historical Papers Saskatoon 1979 : A selection of the papers presented at the Annual Meeting held at Saskatoon 1979
Canadian Historical Association, Public Archives, Ottawa, 1979, 
(Canadian Historical Association). The Canadian Historical Association : Historical Papers Saskatoon 1979 : A selection of the papers presented at theAnnual Meeting held at Saskatoon 1979. Edited by Terry Cook and Claudette Lacelle. (Ottawa : Canadian Historical Association, Public Archives, 1979).Pp (6),1-217,(1). 8vo, white printed card covers. Historical Papers : Desm ond Morton's Presidential Address “History and Nationality in Canada: Variations on an Old Theme” (pp 1–10); Terence Crowley's “Thunder Gusts”: Popular Disturbances in Early French Canada” (pp 11–32); Gerald Friesen's “Homeland to Hinterland: Political Transition in Manitoba, 1870 to 1879” (pp 33–47); Chad M. Gaffield's “Canadian Families in Cultural Context: Hypotheses from the Mid-Nineteenth Century” (pp 48–70); Bettina Bradbury's “The Family Economy and Work in an Industrializing City: Montreal in the 1870s” (pp 71–96); Sue Sheridan Walker's “Feudal Constraint and Free Consent in the Makingof Marriages in Medieval England: Widows in the King’s Gift” (pp 97–110); Franz A.J. Szabo's “Haugwitz, Kaunitz, and the Structure of Government in Austria under Maria Theresia, 1745 to 1761” (pp 111–130); William A. Hayes's“A Mighty Impartial Personage”: Disraeli’s Entry into the Tory Party” (pp 131–146); Norman Ward's “Oppositions and Coalitions: James Gardiner and Saskatchewan Provincial Politics, 1929 to 1934” (pp 147–163); Ian MacPherson's“An Authorative Voice: the Reorientation of the Canadian Farmers’ Movement , 1935 to 1945” (pp 164–181); Olive Patricia Dickason's “Europeans and Amerindians: Some Comparative Aspects of Early Contact” (pp 182–202). Some papers in French, some in English. Very good. 22.00

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