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61 ANDREWS, Peter Classic Country Inns of America I RAYMOND, Lilo Inns of New England and The Maritimes. 1st in dj
Holt, 1978, 
ANDREWS, Peter. Inns of New England and The Maritimes. Photographed by LiloRaymond. L.A.: Knapp Press / N.Y.: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, (1978). Fir st Printing. Pp [1]-154,(6). Illustrated. 4to, grey cloth. Includes : Rossmount Inn, St.Andrews-by-the-Sea, New Brunswick; Marshlands Inn, Sackville, New Brunswick; Kilnuir Place, Northeast Margaree, Nova Scotia. Vg-fine in dj. 20.00

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62 ANDREWS, Shari Treason
Wild East Publications, Fredericton, 1990, 
ANDREWS, Shari. Treason. (Fredericton: Wild East Publications, 1990). Pp. 26. 8vo, stapled pink card covers, black titles and illustrations to front. Salmanaca No. 14. A selection of poetry, the first book by this New Brunswick author. Very good. 15.00

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63 ANGUS, Fred Loyalist City Streetcars : The Story of Street Railway Transit in Saint John, New Brunswick. First Edition in dustjacket
Railfare Enterprises Limited and The New Brunswick Museum, Toronto / Saint John:, 1979, ISBN:0919130291 
ANGUS, Fred. Loyalist City Streetcars : The Story of Street Railway Transitin Saint John, New Brunswick. Toronto / Saint John: "Published jointly by Railfare Enterprises Limited and The New Brunswick Museum", 1979. First Edition. Pp i-ii,1-82. Double column. Illustrated. Small folio, reddish-brown imitation leather. "For nearly 80 years the city was served by streetcars, originally horse-drawn and later powered by electricity. The history of thevarious companies which ran the streetcars in Saint John is one of conside rable interest, full of ambitious schemes, disappointments, frustrations, reorganizations, modernizations, plus innumerable anecdotes and legends. Except for the period 1876 to 1887, the streetcars ran from 1869 to 1948. Overthe years the number of cars run was surprisingly large in relation to the size of the system. By the time the last trams gave way to buses most Nort h American systems of comparable size had long since been abandoned, and the single-truck hand-braked cars were relics of a bygone era. In Loyalist City Streetcars, author Fred Angus captures the flavour of Canada's port city, and tells the story of New Brunswick's first street railway. You'll read about the bottleneck created by the original bridge over the famous Reversing Falls, with its inability to carry the weight of electric cars causing adivision of the street railway into two physically-separate sections.. See the streetcars meet steamboats at Indiantown, for the journey into town to bypass the falls. Hear how the horse gave way to electricity in J 893. Say "Thanks", along with all Saint John riders and residentss, tor the cars' hand-brakes which — with operator skill and much good luck - worked well enough in 54 years ot electric operation, to avoid any serious runaway streetcars down the city's treacherous hills. Read about the wild winter snows grinding the system to a halt. See cars built by Ahearn & Soper, Montreal Street Railway, the Ottawa Car Company, Tillsonburg Electric Car Company, and many more. Study the damage inflicted to turned-over cars during the labour strife of 1914, and how the army was called out to quell the uprising. [....]" - from the dj Contents: Foreword, Chapters : 1. Introduction to Saint John; 2. The People's Street Railway; 3. Saint John City Railway Company; 4. The Start of Electrification; 5. Complete Rebuilding; 6. Turn of the Century; 7. Years of Expansion; 8. The Coming of One-Man Cars; 9. Modernization and Rehabilitaion; 10. Depression, Decline and War; 11. End of the Trams; 12. Conclusion. Roster I. Work Cars; Roster II. Passenger Cars. Very good in dustjacket. 32.50

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64 ANSON, Peter, ed SOLWAY, Davis. THOMPSON, Kent. WAINWRIGHT, Andy. Canada First : A Mare usque ad Edmonton. pb.
Anansi, 1969, 
ANSON, Peter, ed. Canada First : A Mare usque ad Edmonton. New Canadian Poets. (Toronto): House of Anansi, (1969). Pp 115. 8vo, card covers. Slightly rubbed, else vg. 20.00

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65 APOLLONIO, Spencer Tallman Lecture Series for 1976 at Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine
Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME, 1976, 
APOLLONIO, Spencer. Tallman Lecture Series for 1976 at Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine. Brunswick, ME : Bowdoin College, 1976. Pp. [1]-66,(2). Illustrated with maps. 8vo, stapled illustrated brown card covers. Contents: 1. Maine's First Industry: Fishing, an Informal History (April 15), 2. Two Hundred Mile Jurisdiction: The Salvation of Maine's Fisheries? (April 21), 3. A Maine Fisheries Policy: Problems and Potentials (April 28). Very good. 12.00

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North West Miramichi : A History of the Locality with Genealogies and History of the Menzies, Sinclair, Curtis, and Mullin Families. First Edition in dustjacket, ARBUCKLE, Doreen Menzies
66 ARBUCKLE, Doreen Menzies North West Miramichi : A History of the Locality with Genealogies and History of the Menzies, Sinclair, Curtis, and Mullin Families. First Edition in dustjacket
Westboro Printers, 1978, 1978 0969077009 / 9780969077008 
ARBUCKLE, Doreen Menzies. The North West Miramichi : A History of the Locality with Genealogies and History of the Menzies, Sinclair, Curtis, and Mullin Families. (Ottawa : Printed by Westboro Printers Limited, 1978). First Edition. Pp (5),viii-xviii,[1]-463,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, green imitation leather, gilt lettering to spine.

Contents :
Chapter I :
1. A poem.
2. Service in War.
3. Geography, Topography Climate.
4. General History 1534-1763.

Chapter II :
1. General History 1764-1973.
2. Militia.

Chapter III :
1. Indians.
2. Population and Migration.

Chapter IV :
1. Fish and Game.
2. Farm and Forest.

Chapter V :
1. Economic Developments.

Chapter VI :
1. Education.
2. Buildings and Institutions.

Chapter VII : Communications:
1. Roads and Bridges.
2. Navigation.
3.Telegraph.
4. Railway.
5. Telephone.

Chapter VIII :
1. Geographical Names and Post Offices.

Chapter IX :
1. Health and Welfare.
2. Strong Drink.

Chapter X :
1. Lost in the Woods.
2. Fire and Flood.

Chapter XI :
1. Societies and Organizations.
2. Religion: General.

Chapter XII :
1. Religion: Local Churches.

Chapter XIII : 1. Social Life and Recreation.

Chapter XIV :
1. William Martin.
2. Robert Forsyth.
3. John Menzies and His Genealogy.
4. Peter Menzies.

Chapter XV :
1. Angus Gillis.
2. John Fraser.
3. Thomas Mullin.
4 . The Keating Family.
5. Alexander Mullin and His Genealogy.

Chapter XVI :
1. Henry Copp.
2. Andrew Sinclair.
3. Peter H. Sinclair and His Genealogy.

Chapter XVII :
1. Daniel Curtis and His Genealogy.
2. Patrick Curtis.

Chapter XVIII :
1. Frank and Menzies.
2. Kathleen Menzies Wenger.
3. Doreen Menzies Arbuckle.
4. Clarence S. Menzies.

Chapter XIX :
1. Clans, Families, and Surnames.

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67 ARBUCKLE, Doreen Menzies North West Miramichi : A History of the Locality with Genealogies and History of the Menzies, Sinclair, Curtis, and Mullin Families. First Edition in dustjacket, Signed
Westboro Printers, 1978, 1978 0969077009 / 9780969077008 
ARBUCKLE, Doreen Menzies. The North West Miramichi : A History of the Locality with Genealogies and History of the Menzies, Sinclair, Curtis, and Mullin Families. (Ottawa : Printed by Westboro Printers Limited, 1978). First Edition. Pp (5),viii-xviii,[1]-463,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, green imitation leather, gilt lettering to spine.

Contents :
Chapter I :
1. A poem.
2. Service in War.
3. Geography, Topography Climate.
4. General History 1534-1763.

Chapter II :
1. General History 1764-1973.
2. Militia.

Chapter III :
1. Indians.
2. Population and Migration.

Chapter IV :
1. Fish and Game.
2. Farm and Forest.

Chapter V :
1. Economic Developments.

Chapter VI :
1. Education.
2. Buildings and Institutions.

Chapter VII : Communications:
1. Roads and Bridges.
2. Navigation.
3.Telegraph.
4. Railway.
5. Telephone.

Chapter VIII :
1. Geographical Names and Post Offices.

Chapter IX :
1. Health and Welfare.
2. Strong Drink.

Chapter X :
1. Lost in the Woods.
2. Fire and Flood.

Chapter XI :
1. Societies and Organizations.
2. Religion: General.

Chapter XII :
1. Religion: Local Churches.

Chapter XIII : 1. Social Life and Recreation.

Chapter XIV :
1. William Martin.
2. Robert Forsyth.
3. John Menzies and His Genealogy.
4. Peter Menzies.

Chapter XV :
1. Angus Gillis.
2. John Fraser.
3. Thomas Mullin.
4 . The Keating Family.
5. Alexander Mullin and His Genealogy.

Chapter XVI :
1. Henry Copp.
2. Andrew Sinclair.
3. Peter H. Sinclair and His Genealogy.

Chapter XVII :
1. Daniel Curtis and His Genealogy.
2. Patrick Curtis.

Chapter XVIII :
1. Frank and Menzies.
2. Kathleen Menzies Wenger.
3. Doreen Menzies Arbuckle.
4. Clarence S. Menzies.

Chapter XIX :
1. Clans, Families, and Surnames.

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68 ARCHIBALD, Frank E. Prayers for Respectable Sinners
Lancelot Press, Hantsport, N.S., 1969, 
ARCHIBALD, Frank E. Prayers for Respectable Sinners. Hantsport, Nova Scotia. : Lancelot Press, (1968). First Edition. Pp. [1]-48. 8vo, white card covers, with photo of Archibald on the front, title printed in green & black. Frank Elliott Archibald (b. 1903, Truro, Nova Scotia - d. 1988) long-time churchman in the United Church of Canada. Light wear, else very good. 15.00

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69 ARCHIBALD, Frank E. NICHOLSON, C. M. (foreword) Essential Greatness. First Edition
Lancelot Press, Windsor, N.S., 1968, 
ARCHIBALD, Frank E., Rev. An Essential Greatness. Windsor, N.S. : Lancelot Press, (1968). First Edition. Pp. 1-164. 8vo, red matte cardcovers, with photo of Archibald on the front, black lettering to front and spine. Frank Elliott Archibald (b. 1903, Truro, Nova Scotia - d. 1988) long-time churchmanin the United Church of Canada. At the time of publication Archibald was a t St. John's United Church, Moncton, New Brunswick. Foreword by the Very Rev. C. M. Nicholson. "Deeply felt sermons and articles that speak hopefully and constructively to our situatuion today." -from the front cover. Very good. 10.00

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70 ARCHIBALD, Frank E. NICHOLSON, C. M. (foreword) Essential Greatness. First Edition, Signed
Lancelot Press, Windsor, N.S., 1968, 
ARCHIBALD, Frank E., Rev. An Essential Greatness. Windsor, N.S. : Lancelot Press, (1968). First Edition. Pp. 1-164. 8vo, red matte cardcovers, with photo of Archibald on the front, black lettering to front and spine. Frank Elliott Archibald (b. 1903, Truro, Nova Scotia - d. 1988) long-time churchmanin the United Church of Canada. At the time of publication Archibald was a t St. John's United Church, Moncton, New Brunswick. Foreword by the Very Rev. C. M. Nicholson. "Deeply felt sermons and articles that speak hopefully and constructively to our situatuion today." -from the front cover. Vg-fine. Inscribed by the author. 20.00

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Gideon White, Loyalist.  First Edition, ARCHIBALD, Mary
71 ARCHIBALD, Mary Gideon White, Loyalist. First Edition
Shelburne Historical Society, Shelburne, 1975, 1975 
ARCHIBALD, Mary. Gideon White, Loyalist. [Shelburne] : (Shelburne Historical Society, August 1975). First Printing. Pp (6),1-64,(4), + 8-page central section of illustrations. Includes a genealogical chart at rear. 8vo, white cardcovers, with the Union Jack in colour on front cover.
"Published with the assistance of The Nova Scotia Museum as part of the Cultural Services Program of the Department of Education."

Printed by McCurdy Printing, Halifax.

Vaison, Nova Scotia Past and Present : A Bibliography and Guide, p.58.

"Nearly two hundred years ago thousands of Loyalists of the American Revolution migrated to British North America Most of them initially came to Nova Scotia, the largest single group leaving New York in ships that finaliy dropped anchorat Port Roseway, the tiny community lying on the magnificent waterway now known as Shelburne Harbour.

For a time their community was the largest in British North America, but in a few years for many complicated reasons, the Port Roseway Associates' dream of establishing a capital port of North America began to fade. Many of these Loyalists moved on to the island that is now Prince Edward Island, to the region that is now the province of Ontario, to the region tnat is now the province of New Brunswick, to other parts of Nova Scotia or to England. Some returned to their former homes in the new United States of America.

But some of the Loyalists who came to Port Roseway stayed in the town that was renamed Shelburne by Governor John Parr of Nova Scotia in the summer or 1783 wnen he made his first visit to the settlement that many thought would become a thriving centre of commerce and government. This is the story of one of these Loyalists. Gideon White came to make his home here in the spring of 1784 and made this place the centre of his life till he died here in 1833. Some of his descendants still live in our town. Others have made their homes in Liverpool, in Windsor and in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Some reside in the United States. Perhaps this story will spark accounts of other Loyalists of the American Revolution who stayed in our province and who, with their descendants helped build, within the frame-work of non-violence and membership in the British Empire, the democratic province of Nova Scotia, the Dominion of Canada and the British Commonwealth of Nations." - the preface.

Contents:
1. Gideon White, Loyalist;
2. Shelburne;
3. The Land;
4. The Family;
5. What is War?;
6. What is Peace?

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72 Architecture - Nova Scotia - Halifax) COLLINS, Louis W.) JENSEN, L. B. TREMILLS, James A. (photo.) Brunswick Street : a survey of buildings and environs
Civic Advisory Committee on the Preservation of Historic Buildings, 1968, 
(Architecture - Nova Scotia - Halifax). Collins, Louis W. (Chairman). Brunswick Street : a survey of buildings and environs. Drawings by L. B. Jensen.Photography by James A. Tremills. Halifax: Civic Advisory Committee on the Preservation of Historic Buildings, August 1968. Pp. 45. Large oblong 8vo, grey card covers with detailed line drawings of the houses and buildings i ncluded in the book, black comb-bound spine, french flaps. "A report specifically on fifteen buildings fronting the east side of Brunswick Street between Gerrish and Cornwallis Streets prepared for the City of Halifax by the Civic Advisory Committee on the Preservation of Historic Buildings. August 1968." - from the title page. Lightly rubbed, a faint browning along the edges, else vg. 30.00

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73 Architecture) La Maison Helene et Roma Bourgeois, Grande-Digue, Co. Kent, N.-B.
À la découverte de l'habitation acadienne inc., Moncton , 1977, 
(Architecture). La Maison Hélène et Roma Bourgeois, Grande-Digue, Co. Kent,N.-B. Moncton : "À la découverte de l'habitation acadienne inc.", juin 197 7. Pp 1-34 leaves printed one side only. Double column. Illustrated. Maps. Oblong 8vo, brown card covers, with black plastic comb binding. Contents : Introduction; Gédaique; Roma Bourgeois; Maison; Lexique. Very good. 30.00

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74 ARDA - Atlantic Regional Development Agency Blueberry Industry : The Role of ARDA. A summary of research reports and project proposals submitted to the ARDA administration by research consultants and provincial ARDA authorities. Condensed Report CR-No. 5.
Department of Forestry and Rural Development, Ottawa, 1966, 
(ARDA - Atlantic Regional Development Agency). The Blueberry Industry : TheRole of ARDA. A summary of research reports and project proposals submitte d to the ARDA administration by research consultants and provincial ARDA authorities. Condensed Report CR-No. 5. Ottawa : Department of Forestry and Rural Development, June 1966. Pp (6),1-29,(1). 4to, orange stapled card covers. Contents : Introduction. Part 1 – General Review of the Blueberry Industry (The Present Situation; Blueberry Management Practices). Part 2 – The Role of ARDA in Blueberry Development (Quebec; New Brunswick; Prince Edward Island; Nova Scotia; Newfoundland; Blueberries as a Source of Additional Income; Market Potential for Blueberries). Appendix – Summaries of ARDA Blueberry Research Reports. Inkstamp to front cover, else very good. 20.00

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75 ARMOUR, Charles A. and Thomas LACKEY LACKEY, Thomas Sailing Ships of the Maritimes: An Illustrated History of Shipping and Shipbuilding in the Maritime Provinces of Canada 1750-1925. 1st in dj
McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1975, ISBN:007077756x 
ARMOUR, Charles A. and Thomas LACKEY. Sailing Ships of the Maritimes : An Illustrated History of Shipping and Shipbuilding in the Maritime Provinces of Canada 1750-1925. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, (1975). First Printing. Pp. (5),6-224, including 16 colour plates. Illustrated. Double column. Oblong large 8vo, blue cloth. Vaison, p.5. Charles Arthur Armour (March 5, 1934,Taylor Village, New Brunswick - d. December 4, 2010, Halifax) long-time Da lhousie University archivist, historian and researcher of marine history. "In the heyday of sailing ships, vessels built in the numerous coastal villages of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island were sailed by hardy Maritimers to all the important trading ports of the world. The Maritime Provinces were one of the world's leading shipbuilding areas. By the endof the nineteenth century, over 26,000 vessels had been built. Not all wer e for local owners; in the peak years of the 1860s, the Maritimes supplied nearly one-quarter of British shipping. "This pictorial history offers a lively and authoratative account of the development of Maritime sailing ships, from the privateers of the eighteenth century to the magnificent clipper ships of the nineteenth century and the swift schoohners of the early twentieth century. It covers not only the ships themselves, but the men who built, owned and sailed them. Paintings, photographs, logbooks, plans and otherillustrations have been chosen to represent some of the important vessels, builders and shipbuilding centres, as well as to convey the romance, hards hips, humour and tragedy of life on board a sailing ship." - from the dj. Perhaps the best single general work on the history of merchant sail in NovaScotia, and certainly among the most attractively-designed. The text proce eds chronologically from the first stirrings of the trade in the eighteenthcentury to its final demise in the 1920s; brief essays (on the characteris tics of a period or trade, on the contribution of a particular town or family, on the distinctions of a particular vessel, or on the nature of a certain occupation) are printed en face with a rich selection of contemporary images, particularly of ship portraits. With a brief explanation of ships' rigs, a bibliography, and an index. Chapters: 1. The Eighteenth Century; 2. Prizes and Privateers; 3. Trade and Timber, 1820-1845; 4. The Golden Age, 1846-1867; 5. Decline, 1868-1900; 6. Revival, 1900-1925. Some of the ships: The Rover (brig, 1800); the Dart (sloop, 1813); the Tantivy (brig, 1827); the Jessie (brig, 1827); the James (brig, 1826); the Albion (ship, 1834); theSt. George (ship, 1836); the William Carson (barque, 1846); the Ferozepore (ship, 1846, built by Joseph Cunard, brother of Samuel); the Boadicea (shi p, 1847); the Marco Polo (ship, 1851); the Alma (barque, 1854); the Oliver Lang (ship, 1853); the S.T. Lilley (ship, 1856); the Samuel P. Mussen (barquentine, 1856); the Beau Monde (ship, 1857); the Maggie Hammond (barque, 1863); the Maria Scammell (barque, 1864); the M. Wood (barque, 1866); the John Mann (ship, 1867); the Kelso (schooner, 1867); the Robert Godfrey (barque, 1868); the Adriatic (barque, 1870); the Abram Young (barque, 1870); the Lennie (ship, 1871, mutiny in 1875); the Talisman (barque, 1872); the Royal Harrie (barquentine, 1872); the William Owen (barque, 1874); the William D.Lawrence (ship, 1874); the Queen of the Fleet (barque, 1876); the Colchest er (ship, 1875); the Plymouth (barque, 1879); the Kate F. Troop (barque, 1881); the E.J. Spicer (ship, 1880); the Habitant (ship, 1885); the County ofYarmouth (ship, 1884); the Annie E. Wright (ship, 1885); the Skoda (barque ntine, 1893); the Atrato (schooner, 1897); the A.V. Conrad (schooner, 1908); the Dornfontein (schooner, 1918); the Bluenose (schooner, 1921); and the I'm Alone (schooner, 1923, rumrunner). Name, else vg in dj (surface tears to front panel) dj. 70.00

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76 ARMSTRONG, Christopher and H.V. NELLES NELLES, H.V. Monopoly's Moment : The Organization and Regulation of Canadian Utilities, 1830-1930. pbk.
University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1988, ISBN:0802067093 
ARMSTRONG, Christopher and H.V. NELLES. Monopoly's Moment : The Organization and Regulation of Canadian Utilities, 1830-1930 . Toronto: University of Toronto Press, (1988). Pp. (6),vii-xiii,(1),[1]-393,(1). 8vo, printed browncard covers. "In this award-winning book, Armstrong and Nelles explore the struggle to build and regulate Canada's utilities and the response to the problem of monopoly inherent in these technologies. Using primary sources, many of them unique to this study, the authors have chosen examples from all regions of the country. They illustrate how regionally distinctive operations of utilities, which relied heavily on public ownership, created a diverse yet highly integrated utilities sector." - from the rear cover. Includes mentions of Nova Scotia Power, as well as much dealing with Halifax (including some references to the street railway and the strikes of 1913 and 1918), plus New Brunswick Electric Power Commission and Telephone Company points. Very good. 15.00

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77 ARMSTRONG, Christopher and H.V. NELLES NELLES, H.V. DUNN, James Hamet) Southern Exposure : Canadian Promoters in Latin America and the Caribbean 1896-1930. in dj
University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1988, ISBN:0802026605 
ARMSTRONG, Christopher and H.V. NELLES. Southern Exposure : Canadian Promoters in Latin America and the Caribbean 1896-1930. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, (1988). Pp 375, + 24 p. of black and white plates. Illustrated. 8vo, brown cloth. "[The authors] follow the intriguing trail of Canadian financiers, including Sir William Van Horne, William Mackenzie, Max Aitken,and James Dunn [born in New Brunswick, graduate of Dalhousie University], into the major cities of Latin America and the great merchant banks of Europe. By transferring Canadian and European capital and hydroelectric technology to Latin America, these Canadians carved out an important entrepreneurial niche and enormous fortunes for themselves. Armstrong and Nelles focus on the development of the Canadian capital market after the turn of the century, the linkage of personalities and institutions in the small Canadian financial community, and the forging of transatlantic and intercontinental financial alliances before the First World War." - from the dj. Very good in lightly spine-sunned dj. 25.00

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Great Awakening in Nova Scotia 1776-1809.  First Edition., ARMSTRONG, Maurice W. Studies in Church History Volume VII. ALLINE, Henry.
78 ARMSTRONG, Maurice W. Studies in Church History Volume VII. ALLINE, Henry. Great Awakening in Nova Scotia 1776-1809. First Edition.
American Society of Church History, Hartford, Conn., 1948, 1948 
ARMSTRONG, Maurice W. The Great Awakening in Nova Scotia 1776-1809. Hartford, Conn.: The American Society of Church History, 1948. First Edition. Pp (6),vii-141,(1). 8vo, green cloth, top edge stained green, gilt lettering to black spine label.

Studies in Church History Volume VII.

Griffin-Allwood, Baptists in Canada 1760-1990 : A Bibliography of Selected Printed Resources in English 307.

Chapters :
1. The Newlights,
2.The Pre-Loyalists,
3. Protestant Dissenters,
4. Henry Alline,
5. The Literature of The Great Awakening,
6. The Loyalists;
7. From Newlight to Baptist.
With index.

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79 ARMSTRONG, Robert L. (ed.) COPELAND, G. G.. SCOTT, Keith YEOMANS, Dick Good Old Barker's Point : A fifty year backward glance at its life, times and people. signed
G. G. Copeland, N.pl., 1981, 
ARMSTRONG, Robert L. (ed.). Good Old Barker's Point : A fifty year backwardglance at its life, times and people. N.pl.: G. G. Copeland, 1981. Pp [1]- 192. Illustrated. Map. 8vo, brown cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spine. Edited by Robert L. Armstrong with the co-operation of G.G. Copeland, Keith Scott, Dick Yeomans and many other Barker's Point residents. Contents : 1. Tough Times. 2. Barker's Point School. 3. The Women's Institute. 4.Some Anecdotes. 5. Athletes and Athletics in the Early Thirties. 6. The Wo odsmen and the Rivermen. 7. Hunters and Trappers. 8. More Anecdotes. 9. TheRichards, The Hughes and The Rices. 10. Rogues, Rapscallions and Colorful Characters. 11. Still More Anecdotes. 12. Genealogy. Poems by Mrs. Guy Dunbar Sr. 13. Whoop'n Drive'er. 14. Finis. Includes mention of the Ku Klux Klan in Barker's Point, with a photo of "Klansmen and Klanswomen at ProvincialField Day, Saturday" (on page 95). Wear to corners, small spot to fore-edg e, else very good. Signed with inscription by Garnet Copeland, Bob Armstrong, and R. Keith Scott. 80.00

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80 ARMSTRONG, Sally. Nine Lives of Charlotte Taylor : The First Woman Settler of the Miramichi. Uncorrected Proof.
Random House Canada, Toronto, 2007, 
ARMSTRONG, Sally. The Nine Lives of Charlotte Taylor : The First Woman Settler of the Miramichi. (Toronto) : Random House Canada, (2007). Uncorrected Proof. Pp [i]-xv,(1),[1]-397,(1). 8vo, blue printed card covers. “The incredible true story of the life of one much-married woman. The Nine Lives of Charlotte Taylor seamlessly blends fact and fiction to deliver living history – as imagined by Charlotte Taylor's own great-great-great-granddaughter.”- from the back cover. Very good. 20.00

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