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61 BUMSTED, J. M. University of Manitoba : An Illustrated History. First Edition
University of Manitoba Press, Winnipeg, Manitoba, 2001, ISBN:0887556531 
BUMSTED, J. M. University of Manitoba : An Illustrated History. (Winnipeg, Manitoba) : University of Manitoba Press, (2001). First Edition. Pp (8),ix-xi,(1),1-228. Illustrated with numerous b/w and/or colour photos to text. Large 8vo, illustrated card covers. "Founded in 1877, just seven years afterthe birth of the province itself, the University of Manitoba has been inex tricably bound with the history and life of Manitoba and western Canada. Begun as a federation of small colleges whose roots lay in the Red River Settlement, over the next 100 years the U of M grew to become the home of internationally recognized teaching and scholarship. Its research achievements have changed the lives of people throughout the world, while its students have reflected the full diversity and energy of Manitoba itself. Beginning with the university's early roots (in 1877, just seven years after the birth of the province itself), award-winning historian J.M. Bumsted follows the many challenges and triumphs experienced by the institution and its people. He captures the spirit of U of M students and faculty with anecdotes, memorabilia, and excerpts from student newspapers and yearbooks. Richly illustrated with more than 200 photographs of people, places, and events, The University of Manitoba vividly chronicles over a century in the history of western Canada's first university." -from the cover. Very good. 20.00

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62 BUMSTED, J.M. Scots in Canada.
Canadian Historical Association, Ottawa , 1982, ISBN:0887980929 
BUMSTED, J.M. The Scots in Canada. Ottawa : Canadian Historical Association, 1982. Pp (2), 3-19, (1). Map. 8vo, blue card covers. No. 1 in Canada's Ethnic Groups booklet series. Contents : 1. The Scottish Background. 2. The First Wave: Scottish Immigration to Canada 1763-1815. 3. The Second Wave: Scottish Immigration, 1815-1870. 4. The Third Wave: The Scots Since 1870. 5. The Scots as an Ethnic Group: A Comparative Perspective. J.M. Bumsted is with the Department of History at the University of Manitoba. Tiny stain to lower edge of last page, else very good. 12.50

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63 BURGOYNE, Wilfred Henry In Memoriam : Wilfred Henry Burgoyne. Born Aug. 30th, 1880. Died Nov. 1st, 1913
Halifax, N.S., 1914, 
BURGOYNE, Wilfred Henry. In Memoriam : Wilfred Henry Burgoyne. Born Aug. 30th, 1880. Died Nov. 1st, 1913.. Halifax, N.S. : Privately printed, 1914. Pp(4),I-LXXX,(2). Illustrated. Small 8vo, card covers. Not in Watters, Laugh er or Rhodenizer. A collection of poems, memoirs and extracts from letters by Wilfred Henry Burgoyne (1880-1913), printed on grey paper. Includes the poems “Life on the Farm”, “Boating on the Northwest Arm, Halifax, N.S.”, “AValentine”, “When the Journey Is Ended”, “The Visit”, “My Own Fair Provinc e”, “Solid Rock, Barrington”, “Sally Saw the Hockey Match”, and many more; various notes on Winnipeg's parks, his Scotch collie “Scottie”, Winnipeg weather, and extracts from his letters; facsimile reproductions of some of his poems. "This booklet is printed for private circulation, in response to adesire expressed by some of the friends of the late Wilfred H. Burgoyne, w hose sudden death occurred at Winnipeg, about a year after leaving his homein Halifax." - from the Proem. Scarce. Very good. 100.00

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64 BURGOYNE, Wilfred Henry In Memoriam : Wilfred Henry Burgoyne. Born Aug. 30th, 1880. Died Nov. 1st, 1913
Halifax, N.S., 1914, 
(BURGOYNE, Wilfred Henry). In Memoriam : Wilfred Henry Burgoyne. Born Aug. 30th, 1880. Died Nov. 1st, 1913. Halifax, N.S.: 1914. Pp I-LXXX. Illustrated. Small 8vo, black limp leather, gilt lettering to front board, corners rounded. A collection of poems, memoirs and extracts from letters by Wilfred Henry Burgoyne (1880-1913), printed on grey paper. Includes the poems “Lifeon the Farm”, “Boating on the Northwest Arm, Halifax, N.S.”, “A Valentine” , “When the Journey Is Ended”, “The Visit”, “My Own Fair Province”, “Solid Rock, Barrington”, “Sally Saw the Hockey Match”, and many more; various notes on Winnipeg's parks, his Scotch collie “Scottie”, Winnipeg weather, and extracts from his letters; facsimile reproductions of some of his poems. "This booklet is printed for private circulation, in response to a desire expressed by some of the friends of the late Wilfred H. Burgoyne, whose suddendeath occurred at Winnipeg, about a year after leaving his home in Halifax ." - from the Proem. Light wear to edges, else very good. Scarce. 125.00

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65 BUSH, Peter Western Challenge : The Presbyterian Church in Canada's Mission on the Prairies and North, 1885-1925
Watson Dwyer Publishing Limited, 2000, ISBN:1896239730 
BUSH, Peter. Western Challenge : The Presbyterian Church in Canada's Mission on the Prairies and North, 1885-1925. [Winnipeg] : Watson Dwyer Publishing Limited, 2000). Pp (8),[9]-272. Illustrated. Index. 8vo, illustrated white card covers, lettered in black, white and olive. Contents : Introduction.Chapter 1: The National Policy; The 1885 Rebellion; The Road to Provincial Status; Immigration and Pattern of Settlement; Farmers' Movements; Economi c Development on the Prairies; Social Development; The War; The Flu; The Strike; Conclusion. Chapter 2: The Superintendent of Mission; The Home Mission Organization After Robertson; The Mormon Challenge; Mission Models of Ministry; The Life of a Missionary on the Prairie. Chapter 3: The Church Responds to the 1885 Riel Rebellion; The Native Mission Personnel; The Dakota Mission; Evangelistic Work among the Native People; Educational Ministry; TheChallenges of Native Ministry; Conclusion. Chapter 4: "Work Among Foreigne rs," 1885-1896; Robertson's Vision; Local Congregations Respond; The 1914 Survey; Ministry with Specific Ethnic Groups after 1896; The Hungarians; TheDoukhobours; The Scandinavians; Outreach to Francophones; Ministry with ot her Ethno-cultural Groups; The Ukrainians; The Urban Challenge; A Shift in Philosophy; Conclusion. Chapter 5: The Klondike; Telegraph Creek, Glenora and Atlin; Peace River Country; Other Northern Ministry; Conclusion. Chapter6: Evangelism; Moral and Social Reform; Sabbath Observance; Temperance; Tn e Church Responds to the City; The Year of the Study; The Winnipeg General Strike; The Forward Movement. Chapter 7: The Overlapping Debate Prior to 1902; The Response to the Union Proposal, 1902-1912; The Federation Option; The 1912 Vote; The 1915 Vote; W. G. Brown; The Truce and its Aftermath on the Prairies; Church Union/Church Division. Afterword. Very good. 15.00

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66 BUTCHER, Dennis, Catherine MACDONALD, Margaret E. McPHERSON, eds. Prairie Spirit : Perspectives on the Heritage of the United Church of Canada in the West. Paperback.
University of Manitoba Press, Winnipeg, 1985, ISBN:0887556140 
BUTCHER, Dennis, Catherine MACDONALD, Margaret E. McPHERSON, Raymond R. SMITH, and A. McKibben WATTS, eds. Prairie Spirit : Perspectives on the Heritage of the United Church of Canada in the West. [Winnipeg]: University of Manitoba Press, (1985). First Paperback Printing. Pp. (12),[xiii]-xv,(28),[28]-388,(4). Illustrated with black and white photos. 8vo, illustrated white card covers with blue and black lettering to spine. "Written in celebrationof the sixtieth anniversary of the United Church of Canada and prepared by the Archives Committee of the Conference of Manitoba and Northwestern Onta rio, this collection of articles explores [...] the issues and concerns of the prairie congregations of the Presbyterian, Methodist and CongregationalChurches that combined in 1925 to form the United Church of Canada." - fro m rear. Contents: 1. Donald Ross's "A guided tour of church architecture inthe Conference of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario: a photo essay"; 2. Ge rald Hutchinson's "British Methodists and the Hudson's Bay Company, 1840-1854"; 3. John Badertscher's "As others saw us"; 4. James D. Marnoch's "John Black"; 5. Catherine Macdonald's "James Robrtson and Presbyterian Church extension in Manitoba and the North West, 1866-1902"; 6. Benjamin Smillie's "The Woodsworths: James and J.S. - father and son"; 7. J. Clark Saunders's "Congregationalism in Manitoba, 1879-1937"; 8. Margaret E. McPherson's "Head, heart and purse: The Presbyterian Women's Missionary Society in Canada, 1876-1925"; 9. Gordon Harland's "John Mark King: First principal of ManitobaCollege"; 10. Michael Owen's "'Keeping Canada God's Country': Presbyterian school-homes for Ruthenian children"; 11. Carol L. Hancock's "Nellie L. Mc Clung: A part of a pattern"; 12. Richard Allen's "Salem Bland and the spirituality of the social gospel: Winnipeg and the West, 1903-1913"; 13. Vera Fast's "The Labor Church in Winnipeg"; 14. Gerald Friesen's "Principal J.H. Riddell: The sane and safe leader of Wesley College"; 15. Raymond R. Smith's "A heritage of healing: Church hospital and medical work in Manitoba, 1900-1977"; 16. N. Keith Clifford's "Chruch union and western Canada"; 17. Smith's "The Chinese United Church of Winnipeg"; 18. Murray McPherson's "George Riddick: A man with a dream"; 19. Hartley Hartland's "Cadurcis: A very rural church"; 20. J. Clark Saunders's "Dand United Church"; 21. Ian Macdonald's "A long goodbye to Mother Church". With the following appendices: I: Catherine Macdonald's "Guide to the United Church Archives, Conference of Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario"; II: Neil Semple's "The Central Archives ofthe United Church of Canada: A bibliographic note on Manitoba and northwes tern Ontario". First leaf removed, else very good. 20.00

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The Great Lone Land : A Tale of Travel and Adventure in the North-West of America.  14th Edition, BUTLER, W. F., Col.
67 BUTLER, W. F., Col. The Great Lone Land : A Tale of Travel and Adventure in the North-West of America. 14th Edition
Burns Oates & Washbourne, 1891, 1891 
BUTLER, W. F., Colonel. The Great Lone Land : A Tale of Travel and Adventure in the North-West of America. With Illustrations and Route Map. London : Sampson Low, Marston & Company, 1891. Fourteenth Edition. Pp. 386, 32 pp. of publications, folding map frontispiece with tissue guard, [6] leaves plates. 8vo, red cloth,with black and gilt illustration to front and spine.

Lieutenant General Sir William Francis Butler GCB, PC (Ire) (b. October 31, 1838, Ballyslatteen, Golden, County Tipperary, Ireland – d. June 7, 1910, Bansha, County Tipperary).

Peel 342: "After participating in the events of 1870 at Red River, the author was sent on a special mission across the prairies to report on the smallpox epidemic. This is one of the travel classics of the West."

An account of the author's overland journey from Lake Superior to the Rocky Mountains, originally published in 1872.

Binding cocked, hinges starting, spine darkened, cloth lightly rubbed, fore-edge of map with some small chips, else very good. 100.00



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68 BUTLER, William Francis, Sir Great Lone Land : A Tale of Travel and Adventure in the North-West of America
Burns Oates & Washbourne, London, 1923, 
BUTLER, William Francis, Sir. The Great Lone Land : A Tale of Travel and Adventure in the North-West of America. With Illustrations and Route Map. Nineteenth Edition. London : Burns Oates & Washbourne, 1923. Pp 386, folding map frontispiece., [6] leaves plates. 8vo, blue cloth. Lieutenant General Sir William Francis Butler GCB, PC (Ire) (b. October 31, 1838, Ballyslatteen,Golden, County Tipperary, Ireland – d. June 7, 1910, Bansha, County Tipper ary). Peel 342: "After participating in the events of 1870 at Red River, the author was sent on a special mission across the prairies to report on thesmallpox epidemic. This is one of the travel classics of the West." An acc ount of the author's overland journey from Lake Superior to the Rocky Mountains, originally published in 1872. Front inner hinge cracked, rubbed with nicking to bottom edge of cloth, occasional light foxing, bookplate, else very good. 60.00

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The Reed and The Cross. First Edition, CALLAGHAN, Francis DEACON, William Arthur (foreword)
69 CALLAGHAN, Francis DEACON, William Arthur (foreword) The Reed and The Cross. First Edition
Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1923, 1923 
CALLAGHAN, Francis. The Reed and The Cross. With Foreword by William Arthur Deacon. Toronto : The Ryerson Press, (1923). First Edition. Pp. (8),9-51,(5). Small 8vo, green cloth, gilt lettering and decoration to front, gilt to spine.

Watters p. 31 Rhodenizer p. 935.

Francis Callaghan (b. 1902).

William Arthur Deacon (b. April 6, 1890, Pembroke, Ontario - d. August 5, 1977, Toronto) was a Canadian literary critic and editor.

"Francis Callaghan and I first met four years ago, when he was seventeen. We met, most appropriately, in The Hobby Shop, a second-hand book-store in Winnipeg, where we both lived at the time." - p.13.

Includes
"The Birth of Spring",
"The Golden Dagger",
"Mea Chimera",
"Vagabond's Song"
and others.

Spine ends bumped, frayed slightly, cloth rubbed, corners bumped, owner's name inked to flyleaef, else very good. Last few leaves unopened. 25.00


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New North : Being Some Account of a Woman's Journey through Canada to the Arctic , CAMERON, Agnes Deans CAMERON, Agnes Deans (ill.)
70 CAMERON, Agnes Deans CAMERON, Agnes Deans (ill.) New North : Being Some Account of a Woman's Journey through Canada to the Arctic
D. Appleton and Co., New York, 1910, 
CAMERON, Agnes Deans. The New North : Being Some Account of a Woman's Journey through Canada to the Arctic. With many illustrations from photographs by the author. NY: D. Appleton and Co., 1910. Pp. (i)-xix,[1],1-398,[2], frontis., + 1 map leaf. Numerous illustrations to text. 8vo, green ribbed cloth with map pictorial panel to front, gilt lettering to front and spine, t.e.g. Arctic Bibliography 2657. The author's account of her voyage into Canada's Arctic regions, primarily by way of Canada's inland waterways -- beginning in Manitoba, traversing the Prairies, before entering the Northwest Territories by way of Great Slave Lake, and journeying along the Mackenzie River to the Arctic Ocean. Contents: 1. The Mendicants Reach Winnipeg, 2. Winnipeg to Athabasca Landing, 3. Athabasca Landing, 4. Down the Athabasca One Hundred and Sixty-Five Miles to Grand Rapids, 5. Ninety Miles of Rapids, 6.Fort Chipewyan Past and Present, 7. Lake Athabasca and Its Fond du Lac, 8. Fond du Lac to Fort Smith, 9. Slave River and Great Slave Lake, 10. Provid ence to Simpson, One Hundred and Fifty Miles Down the Mackenzie, 11. Fort Good Hope on the Arctic Circle, 12. Arctic Red River and Its Eskimo, 13. Fort MacPherson Folk, 14. Moralizing Under the Midnight Sun, 15, Mainly Concerning Food, 16. The Tale of a Whale, 17. South from the Arctic to Chipewyan,18. To McMurray and Back to the Peace, 19. Up the Peace to Vermilion, 20. Vermilion-on-the-Peace, 21. Fort Vermilion to Lesser Slave, 22. Peace RiverCrossing to Lesser Slave Lake, 23. Lesser Slave Lake to Edmonton, 24. Home Among the Yellow Wheat. Outer hinges worn with light wear to edges, name t o ffep, else vg. 225.00

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71 CAMPBELL, F.H.A. Geology of the Turnbull Lake (West half) Area, N.T.S. Map 64C-8 (West half): The Pas Mining District.
Province of Manitoba, Department of Mines, Resources and Environmental Management, Winnipeg, 1972, 
CAMPBELL, F.H.A. Geology of the Turnbull Lake (West half) Area, N.T.S. Map 64C-8 (West half) : The Pas Mining District. Winnipeg : Province of Manitoba, Department of Mines, Resources and Environmental Management, 1972. Publication 71-2D. Pp (6),1-39,(3) including 3 folding leaves,+ 2 large colouredfolding maps in rear pocket. 8Vo, tan stapled card covers. Contents : Intr oduction. General Geology. Metamorphism. Structural Geology. Aeromagnetic Interpretation. Economic Geology. Very good to fine. 35.00

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72 CAMPBELL, F.H.A. Stratigraphic and Structural Studies in the Granville Lake - Lynn Lake Region : The Pas Mining District
Province of Manitoba, Department of Mines, Resources and Environmental Management, Winnipeg, 1972, 
CAMPBELL, F.H.A. Stratigraphic and Structural Studies in the Granville Lake– Lynn Lake Region : The Pas Mining District. Winnipeg : Province of Manit oba, Department of Mines, Resources and Environmental Management, 1972. Publication 71-2A. Pp (6),1-40,(2) including 2 folding leaves,+ 2 large coloured folding maps in rear pocket. 8vo, tan stapled card covers. Contents : Introduction. Granville Lake. Suwannee Lake. Sickle Lake. Pool Lake. McVeigh Station. Wilmot Lake. Laurie Lake. Synthesis of Deposition of the Sickle Group. Lower corner of title page soiled, else very good. 40.00

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73 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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74 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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75 Canada - Aboriginal Treaties) Treaties 1 and 2 between Her Majesty The Queen and the Chippewa and Cree Indians of Manitoba and Country Adjacent with Adhesions. reprint
Roger Duhamel, 1964, 
(Canada - Aboriginal Treaties). Treaties 1 and 2 between Her Majesty The Queen and the Chippewa and Cree Indians of Manitoba and Country Adjacent with Adhesions. Ottawa: Roger Duhamel, 1964. Reprint of the 1871 treaty. Pp. 13. 8vo, white printed card covers. Faint browning along the extreme edges, else vg. 35.00

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76 Canada - Aviation] Portage la Prairie : Fifty Years of Flying Training, 1940-1990. in dj.
Manitoba Airshow, C.F.B. Portage la Prairie, Southport, MB, 1990, ISBN:1550560042 
[Canada - Aviation]. Portage la Prairie : Fifty Years of Flying Training, 1940-1990 . (Southport, MB: Manitoba Airshow, C.F.B. Portage la Prairie, 1990). First Printing. Pp. (6),vii,(1),1-181,(1). Illustrated. Double column. 4to, blue boards with gilt decoration to front and gilt lettering to spine.Vg in dj. 35.00

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77 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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78 Canada - Electoral Atlas) Electoral Atlas of the Dominion of Canada : as divided for the revision of the voters' lists made in the year 1894
Government Printing Bureau, Ottawa, 1895, 
(Canada - Electoral Atlas). Electoral Atlas of the Dominion of Canada : as divided for the revision of the voters' lists made in the year 1894. Ottawa: Government Printing Bureau, 1895. Pp (18) + 202 maps. Oblong large 8vo ( 8.5 by 13 inches), rebound in black cloth spine and cream paper covers, with new endpapers. Contents : [Introductory letter from S. E. Dawson, Queen'sPrinter, to the Hon. W. H. Montague]; Synopsis of the Electorate of the Se venth Parliament [in tabular form]; Maps: Province of Ontario (Maps 1-88), Quebec (90-154), Nova Scotia (155-171), New Brunswick (172-185), Prince Edward Island (186-190), British Columbia (191-195), Manitoba (196-202). ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS SIZE AND WEIGHT. Some waterstaining to a few leaves at lower edge, minor wrinkling, else very good in new binding. 375.00

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79 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. N.pl.: 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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Historic Sketches of the Pioneer Work and the Missionary, Educational and Benevolent Agencies of the Presbyterian Churches of Canada, Canada - Presbyterian
80 Canada - Presbyterian Historic Sketches of the Pioneer Work and the Missionary, Educational and Benevolent Agencies of the Presbyterian Churches of Canada
Murray Printing Co., Toronto, 1903, 
(Canada - Presbyterian). Historic Sketches of the Pioneer Work and the Missionary, Educational and Benevolent Agencies of the Presbyterian Churches ofCanada. Edited by a Committee of the Executive of the "Twentieth Century F und". Toronto: Murray Printing Co., 1903. Pp. 128. Illustrated with variousblack & white photographs. 8vo, purple printed card covers, plain spine. C ontents : The Twentieth Century Fund : Its Inception and the Results. Pioneer Work and Workers in Each of the Provinces (From Notes by R. Murray, James Croil, et al) : Province of Nova Scotia; Prince Edward Island; Island of Cape Breton; Province of New Brunswick; Newfoundland; Province of Quebec; Province of Ontario (Upper Canada); Manitoba and North-West Territories; British Columbia. Home Missions : Before and After the Home Mission Committee Period. The Church and Manse Building Fund of Manitoba and the North-West (by Sir Thomas Wardlaw Taylor). Augmentation Fund (East and West). Foreign Missions (by Rev. J. McDougall) : The New Hebrides; Trinidad; Demerara; Korea; Formosa; Central India; Honan; Shanghai; Macao; Chinese in Canada; Indians of North-West and British Columbia; Auxiliary Societies. French Evangelization (From Notes by Rev. Professor John Campbell). Presbyterian College, Halifax (by Rev. R. Murray). Presbyterian College, Montreal (From Notes by Professor John Campbell). Queen's College, Kingston (by Miss Saunders). Knox College (by Rev. R.N. Grant). Manitoba College (From Notes by Rev. Professor Geo. Bryce). Ottawa ladies' College (by Rev. Dr. Armstrong). Ministers'Widows' and Orphans' Fund (Synod of the Maritime Provinces). Ministers' Wi dows' and Orphans' Fund (Western Section). Aged and Infirm Ministers' Fund (Eastern Section) (by Rev. Anderson Rogers). Aged and Infirm Ministers' Fund (Western Section) (by Rev. A.H. Scott). Detailed Receipts. Spine and all edges faded to brown, some creasing to front corners, rear cover with a fewwhite spots, else vg. 50.00

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