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401 Pinawa, Manitoba Pinawa - 20 Years : 1963-1983.
Pinawa Press, Pinawa , 1983, 
(Pinawa, Manitoba). Pinawa – 20 Years : 1963-1983. (Pinawa : Pinawa Press, 1983). Pp (72). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated white and grey stapled card covers. A photographic history of the first 20 years of the village of Pinawa, Manitoba, constructed to house the plant employees of the Whiteshell Nuclear Research Establishment. Very good. 40.00

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Arctic Unfolding : Experiences and Observations during a Canadian Airborne Expedition in Northern Ungava, the Northwest Territories, and the Arctic Archipelago. First Edition in dustjacket, Signed, POLUNIN, Nicholas
402 POLUNIN, Nicholas Arctic Unfolding : Experiences and Observations during a Canadian Airborne Expedition in Northern Ungava, the Northwest Territories, and the Arctic Archipelago. First Edition in dustjacket, Signed
Hutchinson, 1949, 1949 
POLUNIN, Nicholas. Arctic Unfolding : Experiences and Observations during a Canadian Airborne Expedition in Northern Ungava, the Northwest Territories, and the Arctic Archipelago. With Numerous Illustrations and Nine Special Appendices. London : Hutchinson & Co. (Publishers) Ltd, 1949. First Edition. Pp (4),5-348, frontispiece + 32 pages of b&w photos. Maps. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Map endpapers.

Arctic Bibliography 13668, Cooke & Caron p.316. Not in O'Dea.

Nicholas Vladimir Polunin (b. June 26, 1909; Checkendon, Oxfordshire - d. December 8, 1997, Geneva, Switzerland) botanist and environmentalist.

References to Labrador (also Port Burwell, Hebron, Okkak), Newfoundland, and Newfoundlanders in index.

"Although most of the vast and largely uninhabited Far-Northem regions of the world are now tolerably well known geographically, this expedition discovered large islands and other important features. But for the most part Professor Polunin and his companions were engaged in the intensive scientific exploration of which he is a leading exponent, having worked in more Arctic and sub-Arctic regions than perhaps any other man in science living to-day (this was his tenth and, he tells us, most thrilling northern expedition to date). In the narrative and special appendices we arew given vivid accounts of how many hundreds of miles of coastline were corrected for the charts, how land points were 'fixed' over more than half a million square miles for the world map, how certain lakes and rivers and ice-fields were found to be entirely different in shape and size from what had previously been believed, and how the plant life of these inhospitable regions was collected and the vegetation resources surveyed." - from the dustjacket.

Chapters :
1. Oxford to McGill;
2. Into the Field;
3. Northern Reconnaissance;
4. Bienville Base and Botany ;
5. 'Never a Dull Moment';
6. Fort Chimo (Crystal One) à l'Americaine;
7. Reconnoitring Ice-bound Ungava;
8. Across Ungava Peninsula and Hudson Bay: A Search for New Islands;
9. Fort Churchill and a 1,200-mile Flight;
10. Chimo Sequel;
11. New base - Dangerous Storm;
12. Gregory (Octopus) Lake;
13. Two bad Scares;
14. Some Disappointments - and Successes;
15. Investigations about McGill Lake;
16. Exploration to the South;
17. 'Way South Again;
18. Hudson Strait Reconnaissance - and Other Stories;
19. Farewell to Ungava;
20. About Southampton Island;
21. Inland Trek and Botanical Explorations;
22. West into Keewatin;
23. Spicer Islands - the Final Answer;
24. New Land Discovered;
25. The Last Base;
26. Churchill and Civilization [on Churchill, Manitoba, pp.267-274].

Appendices:
1. "Summarized Log including Hours Flown, Personnel, Aircraft, and SuppIy" by Flight Lieutenant J. F. Drake, R.C.A.F., in charge of Transport;

2. " Aims and Organization of the Survey Work: Establishing Ground-control for Mapping from Aerial Photography" by Bernard J. Woodruff, in charge of Field Survey;

3. "Fixing the Points" by Walter H. Stilwell, M.A., Geodetic Service of Canada;

4. "Weather Forecasting and Summary" by B.A.S.Shantz, R.C.A.F., Meteorological Observer to the Expedition;

5. "The Arctic Institute of North America" compiled by M. J. Dunbar, M.A., Ph.D.;

6. "The Canadian Government Eastern Arctic Patrol" by J. G. Wright, Superintendent of the Eastern Arctic;

7. "Exercise Musk-Ox" by Colonel J. T. Wilson, O.B.E., Ph.D., Deputy-Director of the Exercise;

8. "Crop-contents of some Ungava Ptarmigan " by Nicholas Polunin;

9. "lnstructions for Collecting and Preserving Plant Specimens in the Arctic and Subarctic" by Nicholas Polunin.

With collected references and index. :

Very good in chipped unclipped dustjacket. Signed with a 1952 inscription to the American zoologist and mosquito specialist Marston Bates, by Polunin. 90.00



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403 POLUNIN, Nicholas DUNBAR, M.J. WILSON., J.T. WRIGHT, J.G. Arctic Unfolding : Experiences and Observations during a Canadian Airborne Expedition in Northern Ungava, the Northwest Territories, and the Arctic Archipelago. First Edition
Hutchinson, London, 1949, 
POLUNIN, Nicholas. Arctic Unfolding : Experiences and Observations during aCanadian Airborne Expedition in Northern Ungava, the Northwest Territories , and the Arctic Archipelago. With Numerous Illustrations and Nine Special Appendices. London : Hutchinson & Co. (Publishers) Ltd, 1949. First Edition. Pp (4),5-348, frontispiece + 32 pages of b&w photos. Maps. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Map endpapers. Arctic Bibliography 13668, Cooke& Caron p.316. Not in O'Dea. Nicholas Vladimir Polunin (b. June 26, 1909; Checkendon, Oxfordshire - d. December 8, 1997, Geneva, Switzerland) botanist and environmentalist. References to Labrador (also Port Burwell, Hebron, Okkak), Newfoundland, and Newfoundlanders in index. "Although most of the vast and largely uninhabited Far-Northem regions of the world are now tolerably well known geographically, this expedition discovered large islands andother important features. But for the most part Professor Polunin and his companions were engaged in the intensive scientific exploration of which heis a leading exponent, having worked in more Arctic and sub-Arctic regions than perhaps any other man in science living to-day (this was his tenth an d, he tells us, most thrilling northern expedition to date). In the narrative and special appendices we arew given vivid accounts of how many hundredsof miles of coastline were corrected for the charts, how land points were 'fixed' over more than half a million square miles for the world map, how certain lakes and rivers and ice-fields were found to be entirely different in shape and size from what had previously been believed, and how the plantlife of these inhospitable regions was collected and the vegetation resour ces surveyed." - from the dustjacket [NOTE - the dj is not present with this copy] . Chapters : 1. Oxford to McGill; 2. Into the Field; 3. Northern Reconnaissance; 4. Bienville Base and Botany ; 5. 'Never a Dull Moment'; 6. Fort Chimo (Crystal One) à l'Americaine; 7. Reconnoitring Ice-bound Ungava; 8. Across Ungava Peninsula and Hudson Bay: A Search for New Islands; 9. Fort Churchill and a 1,200-mile Flight; 10. Chimo Sequel; 11. New base - Dangerous Storm; 12. Gregory (Octopus) Lake; 13. Two bad Scares; 14. Some Disappointments - and Successes; 15. Investigations about McGill Lake; 16. Exploration to the South; 17. 'Way South Again; 18. Hudson Strait Reconnaissance - and Other Stories; 19. Farewell to Ungava; 20. About Southampton Island; 21. Inland Trek and Botanical Explorations; 22. West into Keewatin; 23. Spicer Islands - the Final Answer; 24. New Land Discovered; 25. The Last Base;26. Churchill and Civilization [on Churchill, Manitoba, pp.267-274]. Appen dices: 1. "Summarized Log including Hours Flown, Personnel, Aircraft, and SuppIy" by Flight Lieutenant J. F. Drake, R.C.A.F., in charge of Transport; 2. " Aims and Organization of the Survey Work: Establishing Ground-control for Mapping from Aerial Photography" by Bernard J. Woodruff, in charge of Field Survey; 3. "Fixing the Points" by Walter H. Stilwell, M.A., Geodetic Service of Canada; 4. "Weather Forecasting and Summary" by B.A.S.Shantz, R.C.A.F., Meteorological Observer to the Expedition; 5. "The Arctic Institute of North America" compiled by M. J. Dunbar, M.A., Ph.D.; 6. "The Canadian Government Eastern Arctic Patrol" by J. G. Wright, Superintendent of the Eastern Arctic; 7. "Exercise Musk-Ox" by Colonel J. T. Wilson, O.B.E., Ph.D., Deputy-Director of the Exercise; 8. "Crop-contents of some Ungava Ptarmigan" by Nicholas Polunin; 9. "lnstructions for Collecting and Preserving Plan t Specimens in the Arctic and Subarctic" by Nicholas Polunin. With collected references and index. White stain to front board, some bumping to spine ends, else very good. WIth tattered dj remnants laid in. 25.00

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404 PORTER, Jene M., ed. SMITH, David E., intro. BONE, Robert M. STABLER, Jack C. Perspectives of Saskatchewan. in dj.
University of Manitoba Press, Winnipeg, 2009, ISBN:9780887551833 
PORTER, Jene M., ed. Perspectives of Saskatchewan. Edited [with a preface] by Jene M. Porter. [Introduction by David E. Smith]. (Winnipeg): Universityof Manitoba Press, (2009). Pp. (8),[ix]-xiv,[1]-377,(9), + 12 p. of colour plates. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth with silver lettering to spine. Conte nts: 1. Peter S. Li's "People of the Land: Population Change in Saskatchewan"; 2. Robert M. Bone's "Saskatchewan's Forgotten North: 1905 to 2005"; 3. Smith's "Saskatchewan: A Distinct Political Culture"; 4. Bill Waiser's "TheMyth of Multiculturalism in Early Saskatchewan"; 5. Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafo nd's "Maskeko-Sakahikanihk: One Hundred Years for a Saskatchewan First Nation"; 6. James M. Pistula's "Saskatchewan's Path to Economic Development"; 7. Jack C. Stabler and Rose Olfert's "One Hundred Years of Evolution in the Rural Economy"; 8. Brett Fairbairn's "Canada's 'Co-operative Province': Individualism and Mutualism in a Settler Society, 1905 to 2005"; 9. Harley D. Dickinson and Renee Torgerson's "Medicare: Saskatchewan's Gift to the Nation"; 10. Beth Bilson's "The Prairie Face of Labour"; 11. Michael Hayden's "The People's University? The University of Saskatchewan and the Province of Saskatchewan"; 12. Robert J. Woods's "Science in Saskatchewan: The Early Years"; 13. Keith Bell's "Claiming Saskatchewan: Landscape Painting from 1905to 1950"; 14. Eli Bornstein's "Abstract Art on the Prairies"; 15. Neil Bes ner's "Writing Saskatchewan: The First Hundred Years"; 16. Cristine de Clercy's "Women's Legislative and Political Participation in Saskatchewan, 1905to 2005"; 17. Lynn Caldwell and Christopher Lind's "An Ambiguous Inheritan ce: Church in Saskatchewan"; 18. Mark Abley's "Saskatchewan's Diaspora". Very good in dust jacket. 25.00

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405 PORTER, McKenzie To All Men : The Story of the Canadian Red Cross
McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1960, 
PORTER, McKenzie. To All Men : The Story of the Canadian Red Cross. [Toronto] : McClelland & Stewart Limited, (1960). First Edition. Pp (8),ix,-xiv,(2),17-146,(6). 8vo, cloth, white decorated front & spine, grey back. Major John McKenzie Porter, MC, FRSA (b. October 21,1911, Accrington, Lancashire, England - d. October 21, 2006, Toronto). Spadoni & Donnelly 1557. One illustration each by Illustration by Frank Newfeld , Ken Dallison, Joe Rosenthaland Frank Davies. Rosenthal's is of the Noronic fire (pp.98-99). 1. The Ma n in White; 2. Turkey Red on Factory Cotton; 3. Blood on the Veldt [Boer War]; 4. Hello Piccadilly, Hello Leicester Square; 5. Pier Two Had Everything; 6. Warm Hearts and Cool Heads; 7. The Birth of Peacetime Projects; 8. AndYouth Will Serve; 9. The Greatest Challenge; 10. By Their Side 11. Six Lon g Years; 12. Stalag Pudding and Lollypop Bash; 13. What Happened to Joe; 14.Breaking the Dams of Prejudice; 15. Help for the Hungarians; 16. Flashbackon Korea; 17. The Noronic's Dead (pp.115-121, on the fire aboard the Great Lakes pleasure steamer, September 17, 1949 in Toronto harbour), 18. After the Fire, the Flood, and the Bump [the 1950 Winnipeg Flood (pp.122-127), Hurricane Hazel in Toronto, in 1954, and the 1958 Springhill Mine Disaster, (p.129)]; 19. Symbol of Brotherhood; 20. To All Men -Man's Greatest Gift [blood]. Damp stains to cloth, bookplate, else very good. 17.00

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406 PRINGLE, Heather. Canadian Geographic, Vol. 117, No.4 MACFARLANE, David PINDERA, Greg Cabot, cod and colonists. An article in Canadian Geographic, Vol.117, No.4,July/August 1997
Canadian Geographic, Vanier, Ontario, 1997, 
PRINGLE, Heather. "Cabot, cod and colonists." An article in Canadian Geographic, Vol.117, No.4, July/August 1997, pp 30-39. Vanier, Ontario : CanadianGeographic, 1997. Pp [1]-102. Illustrated. Double column. Large 8vo, illus trated wrappers. Also, Dan Schneider's “The Devil's Riding Horse” [praying mantis] (pp 44-50); Greg Pindera's “Red River dance” [flooding] (pp 52-62);Taras Grescoe's “Where fishes walked” [Gaspé fossils] (pp 66-70); David Ma cfarlane's “Life on Parade” (pp 72-79). Very good to fine. For the issue 5.00

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407 PUGH, Kenneth W. Canada Varieties of the Queen Elizabeth Era. Part II. Major Varieties.
Leech Printing, Brandon, Manitoba , 1973, 
PUGH, Kenneth W. Canada Varieties of the Queen Elizabeth Era. Part II. Major Varieties. Brandon, Manitoba : Leech Printing, 1973. Pp 1-52. Illustrated. 8vo, light blue stapled card covers, printed in dark blue. Spine sunned, else very good. 25.00

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408 PURDY, Al LOWRY, Malcolm ACORN, Milton HAIG-BROWN, Roderick No Other Country. First Edition in dustjacket.
McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1977, ISBN:0771072082 
PURDY, Al. No Other Country. (Toronto): McClelland and Stewart, (1977). First Edition. Pp (14),15-187,(5). 8vo, dark grey cloth. Spadoni and Donnelly 2893. "Travelling on freight rars or driving a camper, tracking a story or just striking out, Al Purdy has criss-crossed Canada on junkets from the Atlantic to the Pacific, from borderline to tree-line and beyond to the Arctic. And during it all, he's gotten to know Canadians as only Al Purdy can ... 'In a relaxed, yarn-spinning tone, Purdy, whose 35-year career is among the most distinguished in Canadian literature, takes a long and leisurely gander at Canada and the people who make it what it is. People like Angus Mowat ("'Listen, I'm doing this piece about you. Don't be so damn difficult!'"), and like Brian Glennie of the Toronto Maple Leafs ("a blueline basher and a hammer made of flesh"), and Montreal poets and B.C. fishermen, Armed Forces Search and Rescue personnel in Labrador and men who rode the rails in the Depression. He tells about racial tension in Aklavik, about novelists Malcolm Lowry and Roderick Haig-Brown, about Churchill, B.C. [sic] and Harbour Deep, Newfoundland. With captivating eloquence he discovers himself and us, leading the way on a journey of the mind as well as of miles, which means we can go back any time. Which we'll gladly do. " - from the front dj flap. Contents: : Introduction: The Cartography of Myself ; 1. The Iron Road [riding the rails]; 2. Light on the Sea: Portraits of BC Fishermen; 3. Cougar Hunter [on Roderick Haig-Brown]; 4. Malcolm Lowry; 5. Imagine a Town [Churchill, Manitoba]; 6. Dryland Country; 7. Steetlights on the St Lawrence; 8. Angus [Angus Mowat]; 9. Seven-League Skates: An Interview with Brian Glennie [defenseman for the Toronto Maple Leafs]; 10. Norma Eunice and Judy; 11. Poets in Montreal [pp.114-131, Irving Layton, Louis Dudek, Milton Acorn,Leonard Cohen]; 12. Bon Jour?; 13. Aklavik on the Mackenzie River; 14. Har bour Deep [pp.152-60, on a stay in this outport on the east coast of the Great Northern Peninsula]; 15. Argus in Labrador [(pp.161-171), an account ofa search-and-rescue flight from C.F.B. Greenwood]; and 16. "Her Gates Both East and West". Very good in slightly chipped dustjacket. 25.00

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409 PYRCZ, Heather Nights on Propsect Street : Poems.
Gaspereau Press, Wolfville, 1999, ISBN:1894031172 
PYRCZ, Heather. Nights on Propsect Street : Poems . Wolfville, NS: Gaspereau Press, (1999). Pp. (14),[15]-98,(6). 8vo, blue card covers with silver decoration to front and silver lettering to front and spine. The Wolfville, Nova Scotia-residing poet's second collection of verse. Includes the following: "No Fear", "Prelude on Prospect Street", "Over Manitoba", "Ahimaa Ahimaa", "Angel of the Resurrection", "Future Sites", "The Rainy Season", "Alba", "Late Night Study", "The White Taxi", "Andromeda", "Night Sweats", "Walking", "Limbo", "Tonight", "For John Thompson", "Velvet", "For Phyllis (here is our overture then)", "Lilac is the Smell of Nightfall", "Stiltjack Revisited", "Swept Away", "Virtual Questions", "Hands of Love", "Bombardments", "Fear Death by Water", "Some Things Matter", "Saints", "Indifferent Angel","I Guess You Go To A Psychiatrist", "Winter Raids", "Endings", "Mexico", " New York", "Taking the Night Air", "Henry Hudson", "Into the Interior", "Wild Woman Song", 'Phases of the Moon", "Mihr", 'Northern Haiku", "Whitewater", "It's Hard to Love a Damsel in No Distress", "It's Easy to Find Dancing in Egypt", 'Reading Signs", "Laughing Gull", "Tidal Life", "The River is Within Us", "The Sea Is All About Us", "Break Through", "Groundless", "Dark Harbour", "Scott's Bay", "Starry Night", "A Solitary Walker", "A Road Besidethe Sea", "The Boiling Beauty of a Common Day", "Visions Before Midnight", "And I Am Going from the Valley", "Fall's End", "The End of Time", "The En d of Knowledge", and "Life Without Shadow". Very good. 10.00

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410 PYRCZ, Heather Nights on Propsect Street : Poems. signed.
Gaspereau Press, Wolfville, 1999, ISBN:1894031172 
PYRCZ, Heather. Nights on Propsect Street : Poems . Wolfville, NS: Gaspereau Press, (1999). Pp. (14),[15]-98,(6). 8vo, blue card covers with silver decoration to front and silver lettering to front and spine. The Wolfville, Nova Scotia-residing poet's second collection of verse. Includes the following: "No Fear", "Prelude on Prospect Street", "Over Manitoba", "Ahimaa Ahimaa", "Angel of the Resurrection", "Future Sites", "The Rainy Season", "Alba", "Late Night Study", "The White Taxi", "Andromeda", "Night Sweats", "Walking", "Limbo", "Tonight", "For John Thompson", "Velvet", "For Phyllis (here is our overture then)", "Lilac is the Smell of Nightfall", "Stiltjack Revisited", "Swept Away", "Virtual Questions", "Hands of Love", "Bombardments", "Fear Death by Water", "Some Things Matter", "Saints", "Indifferent Angel","I Guess You Go To A Psychiatrist", "Winter Raids", "Endings", "Mexico", " New York", "Taking the Night Air", "Henry Hudson", "Into the Interior", "Wild Woman Song", 'Phases of the Moon", "Mihr", 'Northern Haiku", "Whitewater", "It's Hard to Love a Damsel in No Distress", "It's Easy to Find Dancing in Egypt", 'Reading Signs", "Laughing Gull", "Tidal Life", "The River is Within Us", "The Sea Is All About Us", "Break Through", "Groundless", "Dark Harbour", "Scott's Bay", "Starry Night", "A Solitary Walker", "A Road Besidethe Sea", "The Boiling Beauty of a Common Day", "Visions Before Midnight", "And I Am Going from the Valley", "Fall's End", "The End of Time", "The En d of Knowledge", and "Life Without Shadow". Light sunning to spine and top-edge, else very good. Signed, inscribed, and dated by Pyrcz on the title page. 12.50

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411 QUEEN-HUGHES, R.W. SIMONDS, G.G., foreword Whatever Men Dare : A History of The Queen's Own Highlanders of Canada 1935-1960. ex-lib in dj.
Bulman Bros., Winnipeg, 1960, 
QUEEN-HUGHES, R.W. Whatever Men Dare : A History of The Queen's Own Highlanders of Canada 1935-1960. With Foreword by Lt.-Gen. G.G. Simonds. Publishedby Authority of the Commanding Officer on the occasion of the Fiftieth Ann iversary of the Regiment, 1960. (Winnipeg: printed by Bulman Bros., 1960). Pp [i]xi,(1),[1]-247,(1),frontis + 16 pp.photos. Text and endpaper maps. 8vo, blue cloth. Perkins, Regiments : Regiments and Corps of the British Empire and Commonwealth 1758 – 1993 : A Critical Bibliography p.169. Ex-library(tape remnants, pouch at rear, spine number), in taped-down, nicked dj. 45 .00

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412 RASMUSSEN, Linda et al Savage, Candace Harvest Yet to Reap : A History of Prairie Women.
Women's Press, Toronto , 1976, ISBN:0889610290 
RASMUSSEN, Linda, et al. A Harvest Yet to Reap : A History of Prairie Women. Researched and Compiled by Linda Rasmussen, Lorna Rasmussen, Candace Savage, Anne Wheeler. Introductory Essays by Candace Savage. Toronto : The Women's Press, 1976. Pp (7),8-240. Illustrated and with b & w photos throughout. 8vo, cardcovers. Light wear to covers, else very good. 12.00

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413 RAWLYK, G.A., (ed.). STACKHOUSE, John G. Aspects of Canadian Evangelical Experience.
McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal & Kingston , 1997, ISBN:077351547X 
RAWLYK, G.A., (ed.). Aspects of Canadian Evangelical Experience. Montreal &Kingston : McGill-Queen's University Press, (1997). Pp [i]-xxv,(1),[1]-542 . Index. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. George Alexander Rawlyk (b. May 19, 1935, Thorold, Ontario - d. November 23, 1995, Ottawa). Contents : Part One - Views form Outside and Inside. 1. Canadian Evangelicalism: AView from the United States (by Mark A. Noll). 2. "Up from Downunder": An Australian View of Canadian Evangelicalism (by Mark Hutchinson). 3. Canadian Evangelicalism: A View from Britain (by David W. Bebbington). 4. "Who whom?": Evangelicalism and Canadian Society (by John G. Stackhouse, Jr.). PartTwo - Evangelical Impulse in the Methodist, Presbyterian, Anglican, and Un ited Churches. Methodists / United Church. 5. "A March of Victory and Triumph in Praise of 'The Beauty of Holiness"': Laity and the Evangelical Impulse in Canadian Methodism, 1800-1884 (by Marguerite Van Die). 6. Condensationand Heart Religion: Canadian Methodists as Evangelicals, 1884-1925 (by Phy llis D. Airhart). 7. "We will evangelize with a whole Gospel or none": Evangelicalism and the United Church of Canada (by David Plaxton). Presbyterians. 8. "Crackling sounds from the burning bush": The Evangelical Impulse in Canadian Presbyterianism before 1875 (by Duff Crerar). 9. From Preaching toPropaganda to Marginalization: the Lost Centre of Twentieth-century Presby terianism (by Barry Mack). Anglicans. 10. Evangelical Anglicans and the Atlantic world: Politics, Ideology, and the British North American Connection (by Richard W. Vaudry). 11. Redefining Evangelicalism in the Canadian Anglican Church: Wycliffe College and the Evangelical Party, 1867-1995 (by William H. Katerberg). Part Three - Baptists, Mennonites, and Lutherans. Baptists. 12. "The footprints of Zion's king": Baptists in Canada to 1880 (by Daniel C. Goodwin), 13, "Shelter from the storm": The Enduring Evangelical Impulse of Baptists in Canada, 1880s to 1990s (by P. Lorraine Coops). Mennonites. 14. Living with the Virus: The Enigma of Evangelicalism among Mennonitesin Canada (by Bruce L. Guenther).Lutherans. 15. Lutheranism and Evangelica lism: Travelling in the Same Circle of Influence (by Bryan V. Hillis). PartFour - Holiness, Christian and Missionary Alliance, and Pentecostalism. 16 . Sailing for the Shore: The Canadian Holiness Tradition (by Marilyn FardigWhiteley). 17. Towards a Fourfold Gospel: A.B. Simpson, John Salmon, and t he Christian and Missionary Alliance in Canada (by Darrell R. Reid). 18. Canadian Pentecostalism and the Evangelical Impulse (by Ronald A.N. Kydd). Part Five - Evangelical Networks, Leaders, and Revivals. 19. The Winnipeg Fundamentalist Network, 1910-1940: The Roots of Transdenominational Evangelicalism in Manitoba and Saskatchewan (by D. Bruce Hindmarsh). 20. "The heavenly Railroad": An Introduction to Crossley-Hunter Revivalism (by Kevin Kee). 21. "The world of the common man is filled with religious fervour": The Labouring People of Winnipeg and the Persistence of Revivalism, 1914-1925 (by Michael Gauvraeu and Nancy Christie). 22. The Transplanted Mission: the China Inland Mission and Canadian Evangelicalism (by Alvyn J. Austin). 23. Evangelical Bible Colleges in Twentieth-century Canada (by Robert K. Burkinshaw). Part Six - Women, Spirituality, and the Evangelical Impulse. 24. "Canada's gift to the Sawdust Trail": The Canadian Face of Aimee Semple McPherson(by Edith L. Blumhofer). 25. Beyond the Congregation: Women and Canadian E vangelicalism Reconsidered (by Sharon Anne Cook). 26. The Awakened and the Spirit-moved: The Religious Experiences of Canadian Evangelicals in the 1990s (by Andrew S. Grenville). ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Very good in dustjacket. 50.00

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414 Red River Settlement) Coles Canadiana Collection Statement Respecting the Earl of Selkirk's Settlement upon the Red River
Coles, 1974, 
(Red River Settlement). Statement Respecting The Earl of Selkirk's Settlement upon the Red River, in North America; Its Destruction in 1815 and 1816; and the Massacre of Governor Semple and His Party. With Observations upon aRecent Publication, Entitled A Narrative of Occurences in the Indian Count ries, &c. [Facsimile of London 1817 edition] (Tor. : Coles Pub. Co., 1974).Pp 194 + 100 pp.appendix. 8vo, red card covers. Lightly rubbed, else vg. 2 0.00

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415 Red River Settlement) Coles Canadiana Collection SELKIRK Statement Respecting the Earl of Selkirk's Settlement upon the Red River
Coles, 1970, 
(Red River Settlement). Statement Respecting The Earl of Selkirk's Settlement upon the Red River, in North America; Its Destruction in 1815 and 1816; and the Massacre of Governor Semple and His Party. With Observations upon aRecent Publication, Entitled A Narrative of Occurences in the Indian Count ries, &c. [Facsimile of London 1817 edition] (Tor. : Coles Pub. Co., 1970).Pp 194 + 100 pp.appendix. 8vo, red card covers. Rubbed at edges, else vg. 20.00

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416 REID, Dennis Canadian Artists Monographs Series 1 BROOKER, Bertram) BROOKER, Bertram Bertram Brooker
National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa , 1973, 
(BROOKER, Bertram), Bertram Brooker. Ottawa : National Gallery of Canada, 1973. Pp. (8),9-87,(5). Illustrated in black and white. 8vo, white card covers with black titles to front and spine. Canadian Artists Monographs series, number 1. Text in French and English. Nicking to spine ends, else very good. 15.00

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417 Research Center for Amerindian Anthropology) RENAUD, André HONIGMANN, John J. MACLACHLAN, Bruce B. Anthropologica N. 6 - 1958
University of Ottawa, 1958, 
(Research Center for Amerindian Anthropology). Anthropologica N. 6 - 1958. [Ottawa]: University of Ottawa, (1958). Pp. 162. With 3 illustrations and 6plates. 4to, grey card covers, maroon cloth spine, maroon titles to front. Contents: André Renaud's "Indian Education Today"; Angus Sherwood's "Some Remarks about the Athapascan Indians"; John J. Honigmann's "Attawapiskat - Blend of Traditions"; Bruce B. MacLachlan's "Communities of Societal Indians in Canada"; T. F. McIlwraith's "The Feast of the Dead: Historical Background"; R. Wm. Dunning's "Iroquois Feast of the Dead: New Style"; R. S. MacNeish and K. H. Capes's" The United Church Site near Rock Lake in Manitoba". Blindstamp to front cover (expunged), small pencilled notation to front corner, light wear to spine ends, slightly rubbed, else vg. 50.00

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418 REYNOLDS, Dickson Perilous Prairie. 2nd in dustjacket
Ryerson Press, Toronto , 1967, 
REYNOLDS, Dickson. Perilous Prairie. Toronto : The Ryerson Press, (1967). Second Printing. Pp 189. 8vo, yellow cloth. Watters p.373, Rhodenizer p.420.A juvenile novel about homesteading on the Canadian prairie. "Building, fa rming and school, with adventures in fire, blizzard and with a horse thief,keep the Ashfields busy until they and their friends are caught up in the dangers of the Riel Rebellion." - from the dj. Very good in nicked, worn dustjacket. 15.00

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419 RHODENIZER, V.B At the Sign of the Hand and Pen : Nova-Scotian Authors
Nova Scotia Branch Canadian Authors' Association, 1950, 
RHODENIZER, V.B. At the Sign of the Hand and Pen : Nova-Scotian Authors. S.l.: Published by the Nova Scotia Branch Canadian Authors' Association, [ca.1950]. Pp 43. 8vo, stapled ill. card covers. Vernon Blair Rhodenizer (b. M ay 22, 1886, Parkdale, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia – d. May 27, 1968, Wolfville, Nova Scotia) B.A. (University of Manitoba), Ph.D.(Harvard University) was a Canadian scholar and long-time professor of English at Acadia University. Covers slightly rubbed and soiled, else vg. 35.00

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420 RHODENIZER, V.B. Canada for Man and Other Poems.
V.B. Rhodenizer, Wolfville , 1958, 
RHODENIZER, V.B. Canada for Man and Other Poems. Wolfville : V.B. Rhodenizer, (1958). "Distributed by V.B. Rhodenizer, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, 35 cents postpaid." Pp(4),5-16. 8vo, blue card covers, black lettering. Limited to500 copies. Printed by "Quality Press Limited, 1030 St. Alexander St., Mon treal". Rhodenizer p.921, Watters p.165., Laugher p.475. Vernon Blair Rhodenizer (b. May 22, 1886, Parkdale, Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia – d. May 27, 1968, Wolfville, Nova Scotia) B.A. (University of Manitoba), Ph.D.(Harvard University) was a Canadian scholar and long-time professor of English at Acadia University. The title poem and "Theme Song", "To Wing Commander L.Sydney Ford", "Beneath the Maple Tree", "To 'Farmer Smith'" [* Miss Laura P. Carten, of Halifax, Nova Scotia, organizer and manager of 'Rainbow Haven'],"Life's Little Day", and an amusing semi-colophonic free verse 29-line adv ert for the printers on page 16. "And poets and authors Are the disinherited children Whom the magic And the gospel of Adam Smith Has denied its blessing." Light edgesunning, else vg. 15.00

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