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Industrial History of New Glasgow District  in dj , CAMERON, James M.
61 CAMERON, James M. Industrial History of New Glasgow District in dj
Hector Publishing Co., 1960, 
CAMERON, James M. Industrial History of New Glasgow District. (New Glasgow : Hector Publishing Co. Ltd, 1960). Pp (8),(244) + 20 p. of photos. Each chapter separately paginated. 8vo, brown cloth. Vaison p.60. Chapters : I. Industries in 1960; II. Early Industries, Starts and Stops; III. The Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Co. Ltd.; IV. The Leaders in Scotia Steel; V. The Steel Works; VI. Munitions; VII. Eastern Car, Scotia Subsidiaries; VIII. Ships, Shipbuilding, Seamen. Vg in dj. 95.00

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Industrial History of New Glasgow District  in dj. signed , CAMERON, James M.
62 CAMERON, James M. Industrial History of New Glasgow District in dj. signed
Hector Publishing Co., 1960, 
CAMERON, James M. Industrial History of New Glasgow District. (New Glasgow : Hector Publishing Co. Ltd, 1960). Pp (8),(244) + 20 p. of photos. Each chapter separately paginated. 8vo, brown cloth. Vaison p.60. Chapters : I. Industries in 1960; II. Early Industries, Starts and Stops; III. The Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Co. Ltd.; IV. The Leaders in Scotia Steel; V. The Steel Works; VI. Munitions; VII. Eastern Car, Scotia Subsidiaries; VIII. Ships, Shipbuilding, Seamen. Vg in nicked dj (some brown-spotting to spine). Inscribed by the author. 120.00

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63 CAMERON, James M. Industrial History of New Glasgow District no dj
Hector Publishing, 1960, 
CAMERON, James M. Industrial History of New Glasgow District. (New Glasgow : Hector Publishing Co. Ltd, 1960). Pp (8),(244) + 20 p. of photos. Each chapter separately paginated. 8vo, brown cloth. Vaison p.60. Chapters : I. Industries in 1960; II. Early Industries, Starts and Stops; III. The Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Co. Ltd.; IV. The Leaders in Scotia Steel; V. The Steel Works; VI. Munitions; VII. Eastern Car, Scotia Subsidiaries; VIII. Ships, Shipbuilding, Seamen. Vg. 80.00

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64 CAMERON, James M. Industrial History of the New Glasgow District. Hardcover in dustjacket.
Hector Publishing Co., 1960, 
CAMERON, James M. Industrial History of the New Glasgow District. (New Glasgow : Hector Publishing Co. Ltd, 1960). Pp (8),(244) + 20 p. of photos. Each chapter separately paginated. 8vo, brown cloth. James Malcolm Cameron (b.1913, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia - d. January 8, 1995, New Glasgow, Nova Sco tia) newspaperman and historian. Vaison p.60. Chapters : I. Industries in 1960; II. Early Industries, Starts and Stops; III. The Nova Scotia Steel andCoal Co. Ltd.; IV. The Leaders in Scotia Steel; V. The Steel Works; VI. Mu nitions ; VII. Eastern Car, Scotia Subsidiaries (includes a few paragraphs on page 13 regarding Thomas Graham and Pat Grant's voyage to Vladivostok accompanying 225 cars aboard the Norwegian vessel S.S. Somerstad, as well as information on the sinking of its sister-ship, the S.S. Stiklestad, which had left Pictou Landing with 175 cars from the yard. Pp. 21-26 of this section deals with the company's shipyard, and includes a list of ships, with specifications, built at the Trenton shipyards: War Wasp, Watuka, Volunda, Bauta [ex Canadian Sealer], Thyra [ex Canadian Miner], Connector [ex CanadianSapper], and Pictonian) and a section on the Wabana (27-29); VIII. Ships, Shipbuilding, Seamen (32 pages). Includes illustrations of the three-mastedsteel schooner James William, the War Wasp, and a scene of floor moulding naval anchors. Very good in lightly nicked, corner-trimmed dust jacket. A nice copy. 85.00

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65 CAMERON, James M. More About New Glasgow. First Edition
Kentville Publishing Company, Kentville , 1974, 
CAMERON, James M. More About New Glasgow. N.pl., n.pub., printed by the Kentville Publishing Company, 1974. Pp [i]-v,(1),[1]-313,(1). 8vo, white card covers. James Malcolm Cameron (b. 1913, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia - d. January 8, 1995, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia) newspaperman and historian. Vaison p.60. Chapters: 1. The Beginning and Growth; 2. Municipal Services; 3. Police- Traffic - Motor Vehicles; 4. The Firemen; 5. Some Fires; 6. Liquor; 7. E ntertainment - Sport; 8. Some Notables; 9. The Jewish Families; 10. The Ladies Auxiliary to the Aberdeen Hospital; 11. Miscellany; 12. The Churches. Avery good copy. 45.00

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66 CAMERON, James M. More About New Glasgow. First Edition, Signed
Kentville Publishing Company, Kentville , 1974, 
CAMERON, James M. More About New Glasgow. N.pl., n.pub., printed by the Kentville Publishing Company, 1974. Pp [i]-v,(1),[1]-313,(1). 8vo, card covers. James Malcolm Cameron (b. 1913, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia - d. January 8, 1995, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia) newspaperman and historian. Vaison p.60. Chapters: 1. The Beginning and Growth; 2. Municipal Services; 3. Police - Traffic - Motor Vehicles; 4. The Firemen; 5. Some Fires; 6. Liquor; 7. Entertainment - Sport; 8. Some Notables; 9. The Jewish Families; 10. The Ladies Auxiliary to the Aberdeen Hospital; 11. Miscellany; 12. The Churches. Brown stain to top edge of front cover, else very good. Inscribed by the author. 45.00

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67 CAMERON, James M. Murray : The Martyred Admiral. First Edition
Lancelot Press, Hantsport, 1981, ISBN:08889991456 
CAMERON, James M. Murray : The Martyred Admiral. Hantsport, Nova Scotia : Lancelot Press, (1981). First Edition. Pp (3),4-343,(1) + 1-viii centre photo section. 8vo, white & blue cardcovers. Law 1501. James Malcolm Cameron (b. 1913, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia - d. January 8, 1995, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia) newspaperman and historian. On Leonard Warren Murray. Much on the Halifax V.E. Day riots, for which he was largely held responsible. Murray (b .June 22, 1896 Granton, Pictou County - d. November 25, 1971, Buxton, England). Contents: Book I. Career. 1. Prologue; 2. The First War; 3. Between theWars; 4. The Second War - Preparation; 5. The Second War - Command. Book I I. The Disorders and Inquiry. 6. The Halifax - Dartmouth Disorders; 7. The Inquiry; 8. The Principal Witnesses; 9.The Mayor's Evidence; 10. The Admiral's Evidence; 11. The Admiral's Defence; 12. The Unsubmitted Defence; 13. Conclusions. Book III. Epilogue. 14. The Last Years. With appendices, sourcematerial and index. Name expunged from flyleaf, else very good. 15.00

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68 CAMERON, James M. Pictonians in Arms : A Military History of Pictou County, Nova Scotia. First Edition., signed
The author, 1969, 
CAMERON, James M. Pictonians in Arms : A Military History of Pictou County,Nova Scotia. [Foreword by Norman MacKenzie]. N.pl.: "Published by the Auth or, through arrangement with the University of New Brunswick. Distributors : Dobson's Stationers Ltd., New Glasgow, Nova Scotia", (1969). First Edition. Pp (8),7-301,(1), + 12 p. of black and white plates. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated grey and green card covers. James Malcolm Cameron (b. 1913, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia - d. January 8, 1995, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia) newspaperman and historian. Cooke p.72. Contents: 1. Earliest Times and Settlers;2. The Nova Scotia Militia; 3. From Confederation Until First World War; 4 . The First World War; 5. Between Wars; 6. The Second World War; 7. The Navy; 8. The Air Force; 9. The Artillery; 10. Pipers; 11. Post War; 12. Careers. With the following appendices: A. Extracts from the Militia Act of Nova Scotia; B. [Extract from the Annual Report, Inspecting Field Officers' Section, 1867, of the Militia Forces of Nova Scotia]; C. Abbreviated Record of the Pictou Battery of Artillery; D. Abbreviated Record of the Pictou Highlanders. Very light edgewear, else very good. Inscribed and dated by the author on the half-title leaf. 75.00

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69 CAMERON, James M. Pictou County's History. pbk.
Pictou County Historical Society; Kentville Publishing Company Ltd., Kentville, NS, 1972, 
CAMERON, James M. Pictou County's History. N.pl. : Published by the Pictou County Historical Society, copyright 1972. Printed and bound by the Kentville Publishing Company Ltd. Pp [i]-vi,1-290. Large 8vo, blue, white, and redcardcovers. James Malcolm Cameron (b. 1913, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia - d. January 8, 1995, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia) newspaperman and historian. Vaison p.60. Of nautical interest: chapter 5: Ships and Seamen (pp. 71-83). Chapters : 1. Earliest Times - The Indians - First Arrivals; 2. The People; 3.The Churches; 4. Communication; 5. Ships and Seamen; 6. The Politicians; 7 . Industry Past; 8. Industry Present; 9. Coal; 10. Amenities; 11. The County and Towns; 12. Chronology and Customs 1767-1800; 13. Chronology and Customs 1800-1867; 14. Chronology and Customs 1867-1900; 15. The Passing Scene; 16. People and Events; 17. Place Names. With bibliography and index. Coversbrowned and spotted, else vg. 45.00

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70 CAMERON, James M. Political Pictonians : The men in the Legislative Council, Senate, House ofCommons, House of Assembly 1767-1967.
The author, Ottawa, 1966, 
CAMERON, James M. Political Pictonians : The men in the Legislative Council, Senate, House of Commons, House of Assembly 1767-1967. Published by the Author, 40, de Gaulle Blvd., Ottawa 1, Ont. Sales Distributors, Dobson Stationers, New Glasgow, N.S., [1966, date of preface]. Pp (7),V,267,(3). 8vo, white trade paperback. James Malcolm Cameron (b. 1913, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia - d. January 8, 1995, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia) newspaperman and historian. Vaison p.81. Contents: 1. The Assembly before Responsible Government; 2. The Assembly with Responsible Government; 3. The Assembly under Confederation; 4. Confederation; 5. The Members of Parliament; 6. The Parties; 7. Newer Parties in Elections; 8. The National Policy; 9. The Legislative Council and the Senate; 10. The Franchise Scandal; 11. Senior Crown Officers; 12. Political Pictonians in Other Places; 13. Some Notables. With the following appendices: A. Pictou County Senators; B. Legislative Councillors; C. Federal Elections; D. M.L.A.'s Before Confederation; E. Provincial Elections After Confederation. Covers lightly rubbed, name, else very good. 30.00

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71 CAMERON, James M. Ships, Shipbuilders and Seamen of Pictou County
Pictou County Historical Society, 1990, 
CAMERON, James M. The Ships, Shipbuilders and Seamen of Pictou County. (NewGlasgow, NS : Pictou County Historical Society, 1990). First Edition. Prin ted by The Casket Printing and Publishing Company, Antigonish. Pp. (10),11-191,(1), + 14 p. of plates. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated blue-green card covers with white lettering to front and spine. James Malcolm Cameron (b. 1913, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia - d. January 8, 1995, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia) newspaperman and historian. A thorough survey of the ships and shipping of Pictou County, by one of the region's foremost historical documentors. Includes chapters dealing wtih the primary shipyards of the area -- Pictou, New Glasgow, Trenton, River John, and Merigomish -- as well as some of the key figures in the shipping scene of the Northumberland Shore, including Carmichael and McGregor. Includes appendices of Pictou's ship captains, as well as lists of the product of many of the region's shipyards (vessel name, builder, and tonnage, arranged by year). Faint creasing to front outer hinge, else very good. Uncommon. 45.00

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72 CAMERON, James M. Tram Cars in East Pictou
1973, 
CAMERON, James M. Tram Cars in East Pictou. Kentville : Printed by the Kentville Publishing Co. Ltd., 1973. Pp (4),5-41,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated stapled green card covers. James Malcolm Cameron (b. 1913, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia - d. January 8, 1995, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia) newspaperman and historian. "Beginning with the electric tram cars in 1904 and continuing with motor busses, [Leonard Tilley Flaherty] joined the towns of Westville, Stellarton, New Glasgow, and Trenton into an urban whole, separated onlyby four municipal governments. The principal beneficiary of his work was, during his lifetime, and is at the present, the business community of New Glasgow. His tram cars brought the people of Trenton, Stellarton, and Westville on Saturday nights to the area's centre -- downtown New Glasgow -- and thereby established a pracise in East Pictou that has persisted for nearly seventy years." - from p. [3]. With 15 black and white illustrations to text. Name, else very good. NOTE: Due to its small size, shipping costs shouldbe cheaper than quoted. 17.50

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73 CAMERON, James M. Wreck of the Melmerby and other Pictou County Stories. First Edition, signed to Henry Hicks.
Hector Publishing, New Glasgow, N.S., 1963, 
CAMERON, James M. Wreck of the Melmerby and other Pictou County Stories. New Glasgow, N.S. : Hector Publishing Co.Ltd.,[1963]. First Edition. Pp (8),[9]-117,(3), 4 p. of plates. 8vo, pink card covers, blank white spine. JamesMalcolm Cameron (b. 1913, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia - d. January 8, 1995, N ew Glasgow, Nova Scotia) newspaperman and historian. Vaison p.60. Chapters : 1.The Wreck of the Melmerby (pp.9-17) ; 2. An Industry Expands [Eastern Car, Trenton]; 3. The Mission Ship Dayspring (pp.27-50); 4. Canada's First Quintuplets [February 15, 1880, Egypt, Pictou County]; 5. Our Heritage in Music; 6. The Allan Shaft [a colliery in Stellarton]; 7. The Highland Clearances; 8.Canada's First Steel Making Plant [Trenton, pp.110-117]. A very goodcopy. Signed and inscribed by Cameron to Dr. Henry Hicks on the title page . 35.00

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74 CAMERON, James M. Wreck of the Melmerby and other Pictou County Stories. First Edition.
Hector Publishing, New Glasgow, N.S., 1963, 
CAMERON, James M. Wreck of the Melmerby and other Pictou County Stories. New Glasgow, N.S.: Hector Publishing Co.Ltd.,[1963]. First Edition. Pp (8),[9]-117,(3), 4 p. of plates. 8vo, pink card covers, blank white spine. Vaisonp.60. Chapters : 1.The Wreck of the Melmerby (pp.9-17) ; 2. An Industry Ex pands [Eastern Car, Trenton]; 3. The Mission Ship Dayspring (pp.27-50); 4. Canada's First Quintuplets [February 15, 1880, Egypt, Pictou County]; 5. Our Heritage in Music; 6. The Allan Shaft [a colliery in Stellarton]; 7. The Highland Clearances; 8.Canada's First Steel Making Plant [Trenton, pp.110-117]. Covers rubbed, nicking to spine ends, pencilled scribbling to rear cover, name, else a good copy only. 20.00

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75 CAMERON, James M. and George D. MACDOUGALL (eds.) MACDOUGALL, George D., (ed.) CANTLEY, Thomas, Senator MacCURDY, E.A. One Hundred and Fifty Years in the Life of The First Presbyterian Church (17861936) New Glasgow, Nova Scotia : A Record of the Celebration of the Ter-Jubilee of the Congregation with particular reference to the last fifty years
1939, 
CAMERON, James M. and George D. MACDOUGALL (eds.). One Hundred and Fifty Years in the Life of The First Presbyterian Church (17861936) New Glasgow, Nova Scotia : A Record of the Celebration of the Ter-Jubilee of the Congregation with particular reference to the last fifty years. Toronto : Presbyterian Publications, 1939. Printed by the Thorn Press, Toronto. Pp 230, (2), frontispiece + 9 leaves of plates. 8vo, bluish cloth. Vaison p.60. James Malcolm Cameron (b. 1913, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia - d. January 8, 1995, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia) newspaperman and historian. In addition to the strictlyecclesiastical matters one finds "The Industrial Growth of New Glasgow" by Senator Thomas Cantley and "Civil, Social and Ecclesiastical Affairs in No va Scotia on or about 1786" by Dr. E.A. McCurdy. Also: "Congregational Record" BY Rev. N.D. Kennedy; "First Presbyterian Church, 1889-1936" by George D. Macdougall; "Women's Organizations in the Congregation" by Margaret L. McKay; "New St. Andrew's Church, 1888-1907" by George D. Macdougall. Spine sunned, name, else very good. 30.00

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76 CAMERON, James M. MACDOUGALL, George D., (ed.) CANTLEY, Thomas,Senator MacCURDY, E.A. One Hundred and Fifty Years in the Life of The First Presbyterian Church. First Edition
Presbyterian Publications, Toronto , 1939, 
CAMERON, James M. and George D. MACDOUGALL, (eds.). One Hundred and Fifty Years in the Life of The First Presbyterian Church (17861936) New Glasgow, Nova Scotia : A Record of the Celebration of the Ter-Jubilee of the Congregation with Particular Reference to the Last Fifty Years. Toronto : Presbyterian Publications, 1939. First Edition. Printed by the Thorn Press, Toronto.Pp (10).[11]-230, (2) + frontispiece + 9 leaves of plates. 8vo, bluish clo th, silver lettering to spine. Vaison p.60. Not in Watters, Rhodenizer, Morley or Laugher. James Malcolm Cameron (b. 1913, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia - d. January 8, 1995, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia) newspaperman and historian. In addition to the strictly ecclesiastical matters one finds "The IndustrialGrowth of New Glasgow" by Senator Thomas Cantley and "Civil, Social and Ec clesiastical Affairs in Nova Scotia on or about 1786" by Dr. E.A. McCurdy. Also: "Congregational Record" by Rev. N.D. Kennedy; "First Presbyterian Church, 1889-1936" by George D. Macdougall; "Women's Organizations in the Congregation" by Margaret L. McKay; "New St. Andrew's Church, 1888-1907" by George D. Macdougall. Spine slightly sunned, else very good. With errata leaf.75.00

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77 CAMERON, James M. MacKAY, George Walker Ships and Seamen of New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. First Edition.
Hector Publishing, 1959, 
CAMERON, James M. Ships and Seamen of New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. (New Glasgow : Hector Publishing Company, 1959). First Edition. Pp [1]-45,(3),+ 8 pp.photos. 8vo, stapled grey card covers. Includes a list of ships built in NewGlasgow compiled by George Walker MacKay, and a list of Pictou County Capt ains. Light browning to spine and edges, else very good. 40.00

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78 CAMERON, James M. MacKAY, George Walker. Ships and Seamen of New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. Second Printing, Paperback.
Hector Publishing, 1959, 
CAMERON, James M. Ships and Seamen of New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. (New Glasgow : Hector Publishing Company, August 1959). Second Edition, Revised. Pp [1]-45, (3),+ 8 pp.photos. 8vo, stapled brown card covers. James Malcolm Cameron (b. 1913, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia - d. January 8, 1995, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia) newspaperman and historian. Includes a list of ships built in New Glasgow compiled by George Walker MacKay, and a list of Pictou County Captains (pp. 37-45, with 174 entries). Covers lightly rubbed, sparse pencilled marginalia, else very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs shouldbe a bit cheaper than quoted. 30.00

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79 CAMERON, James M. MacKENZIE, Norman, foreword] Pictonians in Arms : A Military History of Pictou County, Nova Scotia. First Edition.
1969, 
CAMERON, James M. Pictonians in Arms : A Military History of Pictou County,Nova Scotia. [Foreword by Norman MacKenzie]. N.pl.: "Published by the Auth or, through arrangement with the University of New Brunswick. Distributors : Dobson's Stationers Ltd., New Glasgow, Nova Scotia", (1969). First Edition. Pp (8),7-301,(1), + 12 p. of black and white plates. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated grey & green card covers. James Malcolm Cameron (b. 1913, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia - d. January 8, 1995, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia) newspaperman and historian. Cooke p.72. Contents: 1. Earliest Times and Settlers; 2. The Nova Scotia Militia; 3. From Confederation Until First World War; 4. The First World War; 5. Between Wars; 6. The Second World War; 7. The Navy;8. The Air Force; 9. The Artillery; 10. Pipers; 11. Post War; 12. Careers. With the following appendices: A. Extracts from the Militia Act of Nova Sc otia; B. [Extract from the Annual Report, Inspecting Field Officers' Section, 1867, of the Militia Forces of Nova Scotia]; C. Abbreviated Record of the Pictou Battery of Artillery; D. Abbreviated Record of the Pictou Highlanders. Light edgespotting, name inked verso front cover, else very good. 50.00

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80 CAMERON, James M. SMITH, Donald M., foreword Pictonian Colliers, The. In dj
Nova Scotia Museum, Halifax, 1974, 
CAMERON, James M. The Pictonian Colliers. Halifax : The Nova Scotia Museum,1974. Pp (2),(2),[iii]-x,1-356,(2). Illustrated. Large 8vo, brown cloth. A thorough survey of the Pictou County coal mining industry. Includes chapte rs relating to the Intercolonial Coal Mining Co. Ltd.; The Drummond Coal Company Ltd.; The Acadia Coal Company Ltd.; The Vale Coal, Iron, Manufacturing Co. Ltd.; The Halifax Company; The Greenwood Coal Company Ltd.; and The Picord Operation, as well as focusing on disasters and the day-to-day life of the colliers themselves. Of nautical interest: chapter 18 deals with the shipping wharves of the companies. Chapter 21 is a chronology (pp.319-339).With a bibliography and an index. . Foreword by Donald M. Smith. Printed b y Kentville Publishing Company Ltd. Boards slightly bowed, a bit musty, light edgespotting, else very good in bright, crisp dust jacket. 85.00

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