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401 Farmers' Markets Association of Nova Scotia Fresh from the Market : Recipes from Nova Scotia's Farmers' Markets
Farmers' Markets Association of Nova Scotia / N.S. Dept. of Agriculture and Marketing, Truro , 1995, 
(Farmers' Markets Association of Nova Scotia). Fresh from the Market : Recipes from Nova Scotia's Farmers' Markets. (Truro : The Farmers' Markets Association of Nova Scotia / N.S. Dept. of Agriculture and Marketing), n.d. [1990s?] Pp 1-40. 8vo, illustrated white stapled card covers. Includes marketsin Annapolis Royal, Cape Breton, Cole Harbour, Cumberland, Dartmouth, Digb y, Halifax, Kentville, Lunenburg, New Glasgow, Queen's, Tatamagouche, Truro, Windsor, Wolfville, Whycocomagh, and Yarmouth. Very good. 7.00

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402 FARNHAM, C.H. FARNHAM, Charles Haight Cape Breton Folk
Normaway Handicrafts, 1950, 
FARNHAM, C.H. Cape Breton Folk. Cape Breton Island : Normaway Handicrafts, n.d. [1950s?]. Pp (2),[1]-19,(3). Double column. 8vo, card covers. Printed by Ross Print Ltd, Halifax. Cover has: "Normaway Handicrafts, Cape Breton Island, N.S. Presents Cape Breton Folk by C.H. Farnham". "This is a story ofa trip over the Trail enjoyed by two American Tourists in 1885." - cover. Reprinted from Harper's New Monthly Magazine. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana, 1975: "Describes walking tour in 1885 over what later became Cabot Trail." Very good. 30.00

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403 FARR, J.W. Songs for Victory. Words by J.W. Farr, Publicity Chairman War Finance Committee, North Sydney, N.S.
War Finance Committee, North Sydney , 1943, 
FARR, J.W. Songs for Victory. Words by J.W. Farr, Publicity Chairman War Finance Committee, North Sydney, N.S. North Sydney : War Finance Committee, n.d. [1940s]. Pp (4). 8vo, folded sheet. Last song is “Buy a Bond.” Horizontal crease, else very good. 20.00

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404 FARRELL, Susan Basement Suite : A Novel.
Cape Breton University Press, Sydney, N.S., 2009, ISBN:9781897009413 
FARRELL, Susan. Basement Suite : A Novel. Sydney, N.S.: Cape Breton University Press, (2009). First Edition. Pp [1]-207,(1). 8vo, illustrated white card covers. “A fresh and provocative voice in Canadian fiction, Susan Farrell is a full-time writer who has returned to her native Cape Breton after a number of years living in Vancouver. [...] This is her first novel.” - fromthe back cover. Very good. 12.00

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405 Federation of Nova Scotian Heritage) Heritage and Tourism Speak, Badeck, N.S., November 5th & 6th, 1982, Conference Prceedings
Federation of Nova Scotian Heritage, Halifax, 1982, 
(Federation of Nova Scotian Heritage). Heritage and Tourism Speak, Badeck, N.S., November 5th & 6th, 1982, Conference Prceedings. (Halifax) : Federation of Nova Scotian Heritage, (1982). Pp (2),3-58,i-iv leaves printed one side only. 4to, white comb bound, tan card covers, lettered in brown. Conference co-sponsored by the Federation of Nova Scotian Heritage and the Cape Breton Tourist Association. Conference Speakers : Bernard F. Campbell, Director, General Tourism Development, Canadian Government Office of Tourism; Cliff Way, Director of Industry Development, Nova Scotia Department of Tourism; Robert J. Morgan, Director, Beaton Institute; John Dodge, Vice-President,Industrial Development Division, Cape Breton Development Corporation; Dr. J. Lynton Martin, Director, Nova Scotia Museum; Louis Stephen, Deputy Minister, Department of Culture, Recreation and Fitness; Tom O'Leary, Executive Director, New Dawn Enterprises; Mary Gillis, Chairman, United Empire Loyalists' Bicentennial Association for Nova Scotia; Dr. A. Gordon Archibald, Chairman, Scottish Societies' Association of Nova Scotia; Lewis Rogers, Manager, Travel Services, Halifax Visitors' and Convention Bureau; Charles McGuire, Manager, Theta Marketing; Hon. Bruce Cochran, Minister of Tourism, Province of Nova Scotia. Very good. 40.00

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406 FEINTUCH, Burt. MacLEOD, Alistair CRANFORD, Paul MacMASTER, Buddy In the Blood : Cape Breton Conversations on Culture.
Utah State University Press / Cape Breton University Press, Logan, Utah / Sydney, N.S., 2010, ISBN:9780874217797 
FEINTUCH, Burt. In the Blood : Cape Breton Conversations on Culture. Photographs by Gary Samson. Logan, Utah : Utah State University Press / Sydney, N.S.: Cape Breton University Press, 2010. First Edition. Pp (6),1-282. Illustrated. 4to, illustrated blue card covers. Interviews with a cross-section of Cape Bretoners. Contents : 1. Frank Macdonald (Journalist, writer, Inverness). 2. Richard MacKinnon (Folklorist, Sydney). 3. Ginette Chiasson (Radio announcer, French cultural activist, Petit Étang). 4. Alistair MacLeod (Writer, emeritus professor, Dunvegan). 5. Rita Joe (Poet, Eskasoni). 6. Danny Moran (Retired coal miner, New Victoria). 7. Buddy MacMaster (Musician, Judique). 8. Jerry Holland (Musician, composer, Georges River). 9. Paul Cranford (Lighthouse-keeper, musician, publisher, composer, North Shore). 10. Margie and Jimmy MacInnis (Dance organizers, Mabou). 11. Kay MacDonald (Gaelic educator, singer, New Waterford). 12. Mary Jane Lamond (Gaelic singer, co-chair of the Gaelic Council of Nova Scotia, Glendale). 13. Frances MacEachern (Gaelic language and culture advocate, Mabou). 14. Evelyn Moraff Davis(Business owner, Whitney Pier). 15. Iris and Rhonda Crawford (Retail and h ospital worker; social service worker, Whitney Pier, Sydney). 16. Duncan Sutherland (Fishery worker, Port Hood). 17. Bob MacEachern (Broadcaster and owner, CIGO-FM, “The Hawk,” Port Hawkesbury). 18. Gerry Deveau (Musician, dancer, entrepreneur, Belle Cote). 19. Keith Brown (Tourism, marketing, and development specialist, Sydney). 20. Rodney MacDonald (Premier of the Province of Nova Scotia, Mabou). 21. Joella Foulds (Executive director, Celtic Colours International Festival, Sydney). 22. Kimberley Fraser (Musician, dancer, Sydney Mines and Boston). Very good. 24.00

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407 FERGUSON, Audrey and Nettie JOHNSTON JOHNSTON, Nettie NICHOLSON, Clarence) Carman Recollections : A Brief History of Carman United Church, Sydney Mines, N.S.
Lancelot, Hantsport, 1984, ISBN:0889992444 
FERGUSON, Audrey and Nettie JOHNSTON. Carman Recollections : A Brief History of Carman United Church, Sydney Mines, N.S. Hantsport :Printed by Lancelot Press, 1984. Pp [1]-56. Illustrated. 8vo, white card covers with black lettering to front and spine. Contents: Early Church History; A New Church; The Work of the Church; Church Union; The Forties; Church Picnics; Stained Glass Windows; 50th Anniversary and More; Miss Martha Hollett; Memorial Fund; Rev. A.C. Fraser; And Into the 70s; Clarence M. Nicholson, O.C., B.A., D.D., D.C.L., L.L.D.;The Ladies Guild; United Church Women 1962-1978; Fifty Years of Church Union; Unified Board; Towards the 80s; Carman Families; Rev.and Mrs. Enoch Stanway; Rev. Lester MacFarlane, B.A., M.Div.; Offering Pla tes; Communion Ware; Appreciation; Church Treasurers; Official Board Secretaries; Ministers of Carman Church; Church Organists. Vg. 10.00

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408 FERGUSON, S.A. Geological Survey of Canada Paper 46-12 Strait of Canso Map-Area, Inverness, Richmond, Guysborough, and Antigonish Counties (Summary Account)
Department of Mines and Resources, 1946, 
FERGUSON, S.A. Strait of Canso Map-Area, Inverness, Richmond, Guysborough, and Antigonish Counties (Summary Account). Geological Survey of Canada Paper 46-12. Ottawa: Department of Mines and Resources, 1946. Pp. 23 (8"x13"), photocopied, type-written. Report only. Lacking maps. 20.00

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409 FERGUSSON, C. Bruce. Bulletin of the Public Archives of Nova Scotia No. 14. Mechanics' Institutes in Nova Scotia
Public Archives of Nova Scotia, Halifax, 1960, 
FERGUSSON, C. Bruce, prepared by. Mechanics' Institutes in Nova Scotia. Prepared by C. Bruce Fergusson. Halifax, N.S. : Public Archives of Nova Scotia, 1960. First Edition. Pp. (4),[5]-47,(1). 8vo, stapled printed blue card covers. Bulletin of the Public Archives of Nova Scotia No. 14. Sections: TheEconomic Setting; Educational Developments; Fine Arts; The Theatre; Exhibi tions and Amusements; Libraries (pp.16-22); The Changing Scene; Mechanics' Institutes [ Halifax - Sydney - Antigonish - Liverpool - Windsor and Dartmouth - St. Andrews - Pictou ] ; Kindred Societies - New Institutions - ANother Sydney Mechanics' Institute - Conclusion. Very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be a bit cheaper than quoted. 20.00

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410 FERGUSSON, Donald A. (ed.) Fad Air Falbh As Innse Gall leis Comh-chruinneachadh Cheap Breatuinn / Beyond The Hebrides including the Cape Breton Collection First Edition in dustjacket.
Lawson Graphics Atlantic, Ltd., Halifax, 1977, 
FERGUSSON, Prof. Donald A. (ed.). Fad Air Falbh As Innse Gall leis Comh-chruinneachadh Cheap Breatuinn / Beyond The Hebrides including the Cape BretonCollection. (Volume II: Collection of Gaelic songs and melodies.) Halifax : Lawson Graphics Atlantic Ltd., (1977). Pp (2),iii-[x],1-343,(3),+ 18 plates. Large 8vo, blue cloth with gilt lettering to front board and spine. "'Beyond the Hebrides', which inclues 173 Gaelic songs, consists largely of the Cape Breton Collection, to which mroe than 50 Cape Breton bards as as many Gaelic singers have contributed. This volume is basically their book. Metrical English translations by the Editor and careful notations of the Cape Breton traditional melodies are also included. Introductions to the varioussections, especially the first two on emigrations from the Hebrides and th e Highlands, and the notes to individual songs aim at providing the historical and cultural background of the collection. This widely representative Cape Breton Collection and the songs from other areas of Canada and the United States, including North Carolina in Section 1, and from Australia and New Zealand, make this the most comprehensive collection of Gaelic songs and melodies ever made outside the Gaelic Hebridean and Highland homeland." - from the dustjacket. Name inked inside front cover, light spotting to top edge, else very good in lightly nicked, verso-spotted dustjacket. 175.00

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411 FERGUSSON, Donald A. (ed.) From the Farthest Hebrides / Bho na h-innse gall as iomallaiche. Hardcover.
Macmillan of Canada, Toronto, 1978, ISBN:0770513425 
FERGUSSON, Prof. Donald A. (ed.). From the Farthest Hebrides / Bho na h-innse gall as iomallaiche. Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, (1978). First Printing. Pp. (8),ix-xiv,[1]-321,(1). Large 8vo, brown cloth, silver lettering to spine. Contents: Songs of Heisgeir and the Sea (20 songs); Heroic Songs of North Uist (21 songs); Songs of Love (22 songs); Songs of Labour (23 songs); Comic Songs and Satires (10 songs); Songs of Raasay and Berneray (5 songs); and Miscellaneous Ancient and Modern (12 songs). Ex-library (University Kings College, Halifax, with bookplate, stamps, spine sticker remnant), light sunning to spine and top edge, else a very good, tidy copy. 85.00

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412 FFRENCH, Robert BISHOP, Henry In Our Time : African Canadians Achievement : An Introductory Learning Guide
Black Star Books, Dartmouth, NS, 1994, ISBN:0969835019 
FFRENCH, Robert. In Our Time : African Canadians Achievement : An Introductory Learning Guide. Illustrated by Henry V. Bishop, Written by Robert Ffrench. (Dartmouth, Nova Scotia): Black Star Books, (1994). Pp. (4)5-94,(2). Large 8vo, illustrated blue and cream card covers. Sections: Beginnings; Communities (pp.11-24, including Africville and Birchtown, Nova Scotia, Saint John, New Brunswick); Music & Its Meaning (pp.25-52, including several songs(with notation); Achievement (pp.53-84), divided in Politics (including Ho ward McCurdy, Lincoln Alexander, Emery Barnes, and Rosemary Brown); Sports (including Willie O'Ree [born and raised in Fredericton, New Brunswick] andCharmaine Crooks); Business (Beverly Mascall [born in Dartmouth]); Communi ty Leaders (including Lou Gannon [of PEI, born in Halifax], Calvin Ruck [born in Sydney, Cape Breton], Glenda Simms, Daurene Lewis [born and raised inAnnapolis Royal, Nova Scotia], Joan Jones); Entertainment (including Olive r Jones, Almeta Speaks, and Jackie Richardson). Very good. 15.00

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413 FFRENCH, Robert BISHOP, Henry In Our Time : African Canadians Achievement : An Introductory Learning Guide. Double signed
Black Star Books, Dartmouth, NS, 1994, ISBN:0969835019 
FFRENCH, Robert. In Our Time : African Canadians Achievement : An Introductory Learning Guide. Illustrated by Henry V. Bishop, Written by Robert Ffrench. (Dartmouth, Nova Scotia): Black Star Books, (1994). Pp. (4)5-94,(2). Large 8vo, illustrated blue and cream card covers. Sections: Beginnings; Communities (pp.11-24, including Africville and Birchtown, Nova Scotia, Saint John, New Brunswick); Music & Its Meaning (pp.25-52, including several songs(with notation); Achievement (pp.53-84), divided in Politics (including Ho ward McCurdy, Lincoln Alexander, Emery Barnes, and Rosemary Brown); Sports (including Willie O'Ree [born and raised in Fredericton, New Brunswick] andCharmaine Crooks); Business (Beverly Mascall [born in Dartmouth]); Communi ty Leaders (including Lou Gannon [of PEI, born in Halifax], Calvin Ruck [born in Sydney, Cape Breton], Glenda Simms, Daurene Lewis [born and raised inAnnapolis Royal, Nova Scotia], Joan Jones); Entertainment (including Olive r Jones, Almeta Speaks, and Jackie Richardson). Very good. Signed by both Ffrench and Bishop. 20.00

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414 FINGARD, Judith. Acadiensis : Journal of the History of the Atlantic Region, Vol. 24, No.2 GUILDFORD, Janet BEATON, Elizabeth From Sea to Rail : Black Transportation Workers and Their Families in Halifax, c. 1870-1916. An article in Acadiensis : Journal of the History of the Atlantic Region, Vol. 24, No. 2, Spring / Printemps 1995
1995, 
FINGARD, Judith. “From Sea to Rail : Black Transportation Workers and TheirFamilies in Halifax, c. 1870-1916.” An article in Acadiensis : Journal of the History of the Atlantic Region, Vol. XXIV, No. 2, Spring/Printemps 1995, pp 49-64. Also : Articles : "Creating the Ideal Man: Middle-Class Women'sConstructions of Masculinity in Nova Scotia, 1840-1880" by Janet Guildford (pp 5-23); "Safe Haven for the Poor?: Depositors and the Government Saving s Bank in Halifax, 1832-1867" by Dan Bunbury (pp 24-48); "An African-American Community in Cape Breton, 1901-1904" by Elizabeth Beaton (pp 65-97); Research Notes : "Le réseau postal et son rôle dans l'articulation du système urbain au Nouveau-Brunswick entre 1870 et 1909" par Philippe Garvie (pp 98-113); reviews. Very good. 10.00

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415 FISHER, John. ROBERTS, Charles G.D. CHURCHILL, Winston John Fisher Reports : An Anthology of Radio Scripts. First Edition, hardcover in dustjacket.
Niagara Editorial Bureau Publishers, Hamilton, 1949, 1949 
FISHER, John. John Fisher Reports : An Anthology of Radio Scripts. [Vignettes] Illustrated by Cecil R. Barlow and Charles Mailer. Hamilton: Niagara Editorial Bureau Publishers, (November, 1949). First Edition. Pp. (2),i-iv,1-185,(1). 8vo, navy blue cloth with gilt lettering to front board and spine.

Foreword by W. Sherwood Fox.

A collection of CBC broadcast reports by the New Brunswick-born broadcaster.

Chapters :
1. Testing Time [" The challenge of Canada's conquests since Confederation"];
2. He Could Be Right [" Boom in oil, boom in building, boom in industry means tomorrow's dawn comes today to Alberta and Albertans"];
3. Barbara and Arthur ["A bitter-sweet romance of two young Canadians entrapped in a world drama"];
4. The Meandering Minister [on the Rev. Norman McLeod and his journey from Cape Breton to Waipu];
5. Twentieth Century Tea Party ["A close-up of Winston Churchill and a revolution today in our world, more important than the American War or Independence"];
6. I Followed My Wife ["A humorous insight of Mrs. Canada, everywhere"];
7. Ticket, Please [on commercial aviation, T.C.A., Trans-Canada AirLines, &c];
8. I Peek Behind the Porter on [on black porters on the CNR and CPR];
9. : Try Selling It [on the exodus to the United States and the national anthem, O Canada];
10. Christmas Card Town [on Quebec City];
11. The Growing Bridge [on Prague];
12. One In a Billion, or Is It a Quadrillion? [the story of two twin girls reuiniting] ;
13. Granny has Gone ["A gentle and understanding tribute to the wise women of Canada's farms"];
14. Romance of Seed [on wheat, &c] ;
15. If, As and When [on the coming Saint Lawrence Seaway, pp.86-93];
16. Mighty Mercy [missions from Winnipeg north to the Eskimos];
17. A Woman Caused It [Elizabeth Hughes of Perth, Ontario, the cause of the last duel fought in Canada];
18. We Did It [on Baie Comeau, Québec];
19. Two Wee a Story [on Scotland];
20. Don't Leave It to Leonard [on Leonard Knott];
21. Nobody Knows [on the man known as Jerome, the name given to the nearly dead, legless stranger who washed up on a Digby Neck beach in 1863, pp.132-134];
22. Lassos and Lace ["A melange of tea-sipping Victoria [Vancouver Island] and yip-yipping Cariboo where fish are caught on skates"];
23. I'ff Lotht My Teeth [on Lost and Found departments];
24. Sons of Sam;
25. Antic Anticosti [pp.154-156];
26. That Was Normandy ["A whole French village remembers and reveres one Canadian. Blood ties have a new meaning"];
27. No Bells in St. Mary's [St. Mary's, Ontario];
28. The Poet and the Lumberjack;
29. The Bard of Tantramar [on Charles G.D. Roberts, pp.173-179;
30. L'Envoi - Let's Get Together ;
The Author Reports.

Very good in lightly edgeworn, still-bright dustjacket. 20.00

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416 FISK, Alan Strange Things of the World
Cuff, 1988, 
FISK, Alan. The Strange Things of the World. An Historical Novel. St.John's: Harry Cuff Publications, 1988. Pp (3),ii-vii,(1),1-150. 8vo, card covers.Appendix of "Voyage of Master Hore... to Newfoundland, and Cape Breton, in the Year 1536..." from Hakluyt's Voyages. (3 pp). A few pencil notes, else vg. 6.00

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Cape Breton  Photographs by Owen Fitzgerald.  First Edition in dustjacket, FITZGERALD, Owen MORGAN, Robert J., intro. FITZGERALD, Owen
417 FITZGERALD, Owen MORGAN, Robert J., intro. FITZGERALD, Owen Cape Breton Photographs by Owen Fitzgerald. First Edition in dustjacket
Oxford University Press, 1978, ISBN:0195402952 1978 0195402952 / 9780195402957 
FITZGERALD, Owen. Cape Breton. Photographs by Owen Fitzgerald. Introduction by Robert J. Morgan. Toronto : Oxford University Press, 1978. First Printing. Pp (6) + 88 pages of.colour photos. Oblong 8vo, peach cloth, black lettering to front & spine.

"Thrusting out into the Atlantic rises the island of Cape Breton, one of the most beautiful parts of Canada, with a history as dramatic as its coastline; where Acadians, Scots and Irish have created a partnership that is unique in a land that is home to them all.

Magnificent highlands rise from rugged shores. Wooded rivers and waterfalls challenge artist and fisherman alike. The vast Bras d'Or Lake otters a paradise for sail-boating, and all along the sea coasts are some of the most picturesque villages to be found anywhere in the Maritimes. By contrast the old Loyalist towns of the east maintain their maintain their industrial traditions, and at Louisbourg one of the greatest historical reconstructions in the world is nearing completion.

Strongly determined for the future, the people of Cape Breton are in love with their island and its shores, and are proud of their traditions. This book of photographs, the glowing tribute ot one Cape Bretoner, coiourfully portrays the island for all Canadians." - from the dj.

"The Love of Cape Breton" by Robert J. Morgan, [pp.v-vi].

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418 FITZGERALD, Owen MORGAN, Robert J., intro. FITZGERALD, Owen Cape Breton Photographs by Owen Fitzgerald. Second Printing in dustjacket
Oxford University Press, 1979, ISBN:0195402952 
FITZGERALD, Owen. Cape Breton. Photographs by Owen Fitzgerald. Introductionby Robert J. Morgan. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1978 [sic 1979]. Se cond Printing. Pp (6) + 88 pp.colour photos. Oblong 8vo, peach cloth. "Thrusting out into the Atlantic rises the island of Cape Breton, one of the most beautiful parts of Canada, with a history as dramatic as its coastline; where Acadians, Scots and Irish have created a partnership that is unique ina land that is home to them all. Magnificent highlands rise from rugged sh ores. Wooded rivers and waterfalls challenge artist and fisherman alike. The vast Bras d'Or Lake otters a paradise for sail-boating, and all along thesea coasts are some of the most picturesque villages to be found anywhere in the Maritimes. By contrast the old Loyalist towns of the east maintain their maintain their industrial traditions, and at Louisbourg one of the greatest historical reconstructions in the world is nearing completion. Strongly determined for the future, the people of Cape Breton are in love with their island and its shores, and are proud of their traditions. This book of photographs, the glowing tribute ot one Cape Bretoner, coiourfully portraysthe island for all Canadians." - from the dj. "The Love of Cape Breton" by Robert J. Morgan, [pp.v-vi]. Very good in dustjacket 16.00

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419 FITZPATRICK, Deanne Deanne Fitzpatrick Hooked Mats : One for Sorrow, Two for Joy. Organized by the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, 15 June - 1 September 1996
Art Gallery of Nova Scotia AGNS, Halifax, N.S., 1996, 
(FITZPATRICK, Deanne). Deanne Fitzpatrick Hooked Mats : One for Sorrow, Twofor Joy. Organized by the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, 15 June – 1 Septembe r 1996. (Halifax, N.S.: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, 1996). Pp [1]-16. Illustrated. Oblong 8vo, illustrated stapled card covers. An exhibit of Newfoundland-born artist Deanne Fitzpatrick's hooked mats. She now lives and works in Amherst, Nova Scotia. This exhibit circulated to the Yarmouth County Museum (29 September – 10 November 1996), the Sherbrooke Village Art Gallery (19 January – 2 March 1997), the Cape Breton Centre for Heritage and Science, Sydney (16 March – 27 April 1997), and the Cumberland County Museum, Amherst (4 July – 13 September 1997). Very good. 15.00

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420 FLETCHER, Hugh Report on the Geology of Northern Cape Breton. incomplete. as is.
Dawson Brothers,, Montreal, 1884, 
FLETCHER, Hugh. Report on the Geology of Northern Cape Breton . Montreal: Dawson Brothers, 1884. Pp. 52. Incomplete. 8vo, printed stapled self wraps with three holes to spine. Last several leaves (unknown quantity) missing, abrasion and chipping to front, underlining, margin marking, several dog-eared corners. As is. 25.00

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