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81 GORDON, Robert B. and Patrick M. MALONE MALONE, Patrick M. Texture of Industry : An Archaeological View of the Industrialization of North America. in dj.
Oxford University Press, New York, 1994, ISBN:0195058852 
GORDON, Robert B. and Patrick M. MALONE. The Texture of Industry : An Archaeological View of the Industrialization of North America . New York: OxfordUniversity Press, (1994). Pp. (8),[vii]-xi,(5),3-442,(6). Illustrated. Lar ge 8vo, brown cloth with silver lettering to spine. Contents: 1. IndustrialArchaeology; 2. Components of Industry; 3. Wood and Water; 4. Coal, Canals , Railways, and Industrial Cities; 5. Scarce Metals and Petroleum; 6. Countryside, Shops, and Ships; 7. Fuel and Materials; 8. The Factory; 9. Work inFactories. Vg in dj. 60.00

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82 GRANT, Roderick Great Canal. The story of one of the greatest engineering feats of all time: The Great Manchester Ship Canal . First Edition in dustjacket
Gordon & Cremonesi, London, 1978, 
GRANT, Roderick. The Great Canal [cover adds:] The story of one of the greatest engineering feats of all time: The Great Manchester Ship Canal. London: Gordon & Cremonesi, (1978). Pp 156 + [8] pp of plates. 8vo, brown cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "The booming trans-Atlantic cotton trade created the need to cut a canal that would carry Southern cotton directly from the Ocean to Manchester's textile mill door. The incentive of cheaper cotton goods thus gave rise to one of the greatest engineering feats ever undertaken, the building of the great Manchester Ship Canal. It cost $75,000,000, employed 17,000 men, occupied 173 locomotives hauling 6,300 wagons over 228 miles of temporary ltrack laid specially for the purpose. The canal was 365 feet wide and 120 feet deep, consideraably larger than the Suez Canal. On its completion it enabled the ocean-going vessels of the day to to travel 36 miles inland." - from the dust jacket. Contents: Part I. 1. 1697-1882: Prophets and Sceptics; 2. 1882: The Struggle Begins; 3. 1883: Parliament Investigates; 4. 1885-1887: The Great Debate; Part II. 5. 1888-1889: The Navvies Set To Work; 6. 1890 : A Time of Frustration; 7. 1891: A Time of Progress; 8. 1892-1894: The Struggle For Completion; Part III. 9. 1894 ... The Rewards of Achievement. With sources and index. Two small dents, one each to top edges of front and back boards, bookplate, else very goodin lightly soiled and slightly chipped dustjacket with a one inch near vertical tear to frontcover. 45.00

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83 GRANTMYRE, Barbara River That Missed The Boat. 1st pr.
Petheric Press, Halifax , 1975, 
GRANTMYRE, Barbara. The River That Missed The Boat. Halifax : Petheric Press, (April 1975). First Edition. Pp (4), 1-102, (2), + 12 pp.photos / maps. 8vo, card covers. On the Shubenacadie River and Canal. A popular and anecdotal history of Shubenacadie River and Canal, from the pre-contact period tothe end of the nineteenth century. Includes descriptions of Acadian settle ment in the region, the expedition of Captain William Owen RN, the sporadicdevelopment of the waterway, and of the development of shipbuilding at Mai tland. With bibliography. Very good. 15.00

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84 Great Britain) An Act to authorize the Advance of a certain Sum, out of the Consolidated Fund, for the Completion of the Shubenacadie Canal in Nova Scotia
1830, 
(Great Britain). ... An Act to authorize the Advance of a certain Sum, out of the Consolidated Fund, for the Completion of the Shubenacadie Canal in Nova Scotia. [16th July 1830.]. (L.: Printed by George Eyre and Andrew Strahan, Printers to the King's most Excellent Majesty, 1830). Pp [341]-342. 4to, disbound. With the heading : Anno primo Gulielmi IV. Regis, Cap. XXXIV. Not in TPL. Vg to fine. 85.00

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85 Great Lakes Survey of Northern and Northwestern Lakes. April 1938. War Department Corpsof Engineers. Bulletin No. 47.
U.S. Lake Survey Office, Detroit, Mich., 1938, 
(Great Lakes). Survey of Northern and Northwestern Lakes. April 1938. War Department Corps of Engineers. Bulletin No. 47. Detroit, Mich.: U.S. Lake Survey Office, (1938). Pp [1]-488,+ 2 folding tables. Index. Large 8vo, tan printed card covers. To supplement the information given upon the charts of the Great Lakes and issued with those charts from the U.S. Lake Survey Office, Detroit, Mich. The bulletin supersedes all previous bulletins for the above-named waters. The Great Lakes, their harbors, channels, and navigable tributaries. Contents : Preface – Lake Survey Organization and Duties; Aidsto Navigation; Radiobeacon Stations; Publication Dates of Lake Survey Char ts; Distance Tables for the Great lakes; Conversion Table – Compass Point to Azimuth; Tables of Azimuths of Ranges; The Compass and the Earth's Magnetism in the Lake Region; Signals for the Opening of Drawbridges; Storm-Warning Display Stations; Coast-Guard Stations; Extracts from laws of the UnitedStates; Regulations for Display of Signals On and Operations of Working Pl ant; Regulations Governing Length of Towlines; Lake Superior; St. Mary's River; Lake Michigan; Lake Huron; St. Clair River; lake St. Clair; Detroit River; Lake Erie; Niagara River above Niagara Falls; Niagara River below Niagara Falls; New York Canals, Hudson River, and Lake Champlain; Lake Ontario;St. Lawrence River. Spine torn, covers and title page soiled and partly de tached, a poor, reading copy only. As is. 25.00

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The Ottawa,  First Edition in dustjacket, GREENING, William E.
86 GREENING, William E. The Ottawa, First Edition in dustjacket
McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1961, 1961 
GREENING, William E. The Ottawa. Woodcuts [by] Laurence Hyde. (Toronto) : McClelland and Stewart Limited, (1961). First Edition. Pp (4),v-xv,(1),17-208. Illustrated. 8vo, light bluish green cloth, spine lettering in gilt & black.With map end-papers.

Spadoni and Donnelly 1577, Rhodenizer p.648.

William Edward Greening (b.1913 Toronto) was living in Montreal at the time of publication.

Laurence Evelyn Hyde (b June 6, 1914, Kingston Upon Thames, Surrey, England – d. August 8, 1987). vv"The colourful story of the Valley of the Ottawa from the days of the voyageurs to the present. "In this lively chronicle the author traces the history of the Ottawa River Valley from the early Indians in their birchbark canoes, the first explorers and the missionaries who followed them, and from the fur traders in their flotillas and the rise of the lumber and pulp-and-paper industries, right up to the past decade which has seen the establishment of Atomic Energy of Canada Limited at Chalk River.

"Under his pen thriving industrial towns and bustling copper, silver, and gold-mining communities spring to life, while the magnificent scenery of the Valley is delineated with charm and skill." - from the jacket.

Contents :
Foreword (by Merrill Denison).
Introduction : The River.

1. The First Settlers and the Coming of the Missionaries.
2. The Fur Trade and the Wars with the Iroquois. 3. The Coming of English-speaking Settlers.
4. Settlement Life and the Birth of the Lumber Industry.
5. The Building of the Canals.
6. The Lumber Industry in the Nineteenth Century.
7. The Development of the Saw Mills.
8. Bytown Becomes Ottawa.
9. The Settlement of the Upper Ottawa and Lake Temiskaming Region.
10. The Rise of the Pulp-and-Paper Industry and Conservation Policies.
11. Further Development of the Settlements.
12. The Cobalt and Silver Rush: The Birth of Noranda.
13. The Twentieth Century Valley.
With bibliography and index.

Minor spotting to cloth, else very good in chipped dustjacket. 32.00

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87 GUNSTON, Bill. Fact Finders Series. EASTLAND, Dick. ESCOTT, Dan. Canal and River Transport.
Macmillan Education Limited, Morristown, N.J., 1978, ISBN:0382063635 
GUNSTON, Bill. Canal and River Transport. Illustrated by Dick Eastland, DanEscott, John Fraser, Eric Jewell, Angus McBride. Designed by Faulkner/Mark s Partnership. (Morristown, N.J.): Macmillan Education Limited, (1978). Pp 23. Illustrated with numerous colour photos and drawings to text. Square 8vo, illustrated paper covered boards. No. 20 in the Fact Finders Series, a children's educational series. From Egypt to the St Lawrence Seaway, it is filled with lots of facts on canals. Did you know that bargees (people who work on a barge) may well have to "leg" the barge through a tunnel! Very well supported by illustrations. Includes Glossary and Index. Covers rubbed, ow vg. 7.00

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88 HADFIELD, Charles British Canals
David & Charles, Newton Abbot, 1969, 
HADFIELD, Charles. British Canals : An Illustrated History. Newton Abbot: David & Charles, 1969. Pp. 291 + 20 p. of plates. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth. Toy 3097. A history of the emergence of canals in Britain, and their importance in progressing British society and industry. Vg in dj. 25.00

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Canals of the West Midlands.  2nd Edition in dustjacket, HADFIELD, Charles
89 HADFIELD, Charles Canals of the West Midlands. 2nd Edition in dustjacket
David & Charles, Newton Abbot, Devon, 1969, 
HADFIELD, Charles. The Canals of the West Midlands. Newton Abbot, Devon: David & Charles, 1969. Second UK Edition. Pp. 352. With sixteen plates and twenty text illustrations and maps. 8vo, navy cloth. Toy 3104. "Here is the history of many well known canals and river navigations including the Trent & Mersey, Macclesfield, Staffodshire & Worcestershire, Worcestershire & Birmingham. the waters that were later amalgamated into the Shropshire Union system, the tugboat canals of Shropshire with their inclined planes tocarry boats from one level to another and the great Birmingham area and the Blackcountry." - from the dj. Chapters : Part One - to 1790. 1. Three Rivers; 2 . The Grand Trunk; 3. The Line to Bristol; 4. Beginnings round Birmingham. Part Two - 1790-1845. 5. ; 6. ; 7. The River Severn; 8. The Tributaries of the Severn; 9. The Canals of East Shropshire; 10. The Ellesmere and Its Connections; 11.The Grand Trunk and the Macclesfield. Part Two - 1845-1947. 12. The Grand Trunk Continues; 13. The Shropshire Union; 14. Birmingham and Stourbridge. With appendices, notes, and index. Tail of spine bumped, three small red smudges to the first few pages, top edge speckled, else very goodin dustjacket (short tear to outer dj front hinge, dj spine faded). 75.00

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90 HAHN, Thomas F. Towpath Guide to the C & O Canal : Section Two : Seneca to Harpers Ferry. 8th pr.
American Canal and Transportation Center, Shepherdstown, WV, 1980, 
HAHN, Thomas F. Towpath Guide to the C & O Canal : Section Two : Seneca to Harpers Ferry. Shepherdstown, WV: American Canal and Transportation Center,1980. Eighth Printing. Pp. 52. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated stapled yello w card covers. Lightly rubbed, underlining, else vg. 10.00

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91 HAHN, Thomas F. Towpath Guide to the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal : Section Two : Seneca to Harpers Ferry. signed.
Level Walkers of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Association, and the Potomac Area Council..., Fort Meade, MD, 1971, 
HAHN, Thomas F. and Orville W. CROWDER. Towpath Guide to the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal : Section Two : Seneca to Harpers Ferry. (Fort Meade, MD): Level Walkers of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Association, and the Potomac Area Council of the American Youth Hostels, Inc., 1971. Pp. 1-64. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated stapled yellow card covers with red lettering to front. Minor silverfishing to upper right front corner, else vg. Signed by Hahn versofront cover. 20.00

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92 HAHN, Thomas F. Towpath Guide to the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal. 7th printing to 2nd edition,ill. stapled grey card covers.
1981, 
HAHN, Thomas F. Towpath Guide to the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal. Section One: Georgetown TideLock to Seneca. [N pl]: The author, (1977). Seventh Printingof Second Edition. Pp 56. Illustrated with numerous photos and maps to tex t. 8vo, illustrated stapled grey card covers. "The Towpath Guide to the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal provides the hiker-biker with a step-by-step description of the canal and its towpath: physical features of canal structures; historical events which took place along the canal; and the presence of nature as seen and heard from the towpath. [...] In this new edition I have attempted to replace extraneous detail with substantive detail. Even so, the text is more voluminous than before. [...] more attention to the industrial archeology of the canal and its structures - the study of the physical remains of one of the early stages of industrialization in this country with the goal of preserving the remains ..." -from text. Covers rubbed, spotting to front, green dampstain to rear, ow vg. 10.00

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93 HAHN, Thomas F. (text by) SUTTENFIELD-ABAHIRE, Diana C & O Canal : An Illustrated History. beige ill. card covers, signed by both author and illustrator
American Canal and Transportation Center., 1981, 
HAHN, Thomas F., (text by). The C & O Canal : An Illustrated History. Drawings by Diana Suttenfield-Abshire. Shepherdstown, W. Va.: American Canal andTransportation Center, 1981. Pp 84. Illustrated with numerous drawings to text. 4to, beige illustrated card covers. The Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company was formed in 1828: "to provide navigation by means of a manmade canalfrom the Potomac river near Washington to the Ohio river at Pittsburgh, Pe nnsylvania..." -from text. Slight soiling to covers, head of spine bumped, ow vg. Signed by Hahn and Suttenfield-Abshire. 35.00

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94 HAHN, Thomas F. and Orville W. CROWDER CROWDER, Orville W. Towpath Guide to the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal : Section One : Georgetown Tidelock to Seneca
Level Walkers of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Association, and the Potomac Area Council..., Fort Meade, MD, 1971, 
HAHN, Thomas F. and Orville W. CROWDER. Towpath Guide to the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal : Section One : Georgetown Tidelock to Seneca. (Fort Meade, MD): Level Walkers of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Association, and the PotomacArea Council of the American Youth Hostels, Inc., 1971. Pp. 1-60. Illustra ted. 8vo, illustrated stapled greyish-blue card covers with red lettering to front. Light wear to spine, else vg. 15.00

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95 HARDWICK, Walter G. Canadian Geographical Journal, Vol. 69, No. 5 LITTLE, C.H. BOUCHETTE, Joseph Roll-On-Roll-Off Ferries : The Revolution in Marine Transportation in British Columbia. An article in Canadian Geographical Journal, Vol. 69, No. 5, November, 1964
Royal Canadian Geographical Society, Ottawa, 1964, 
HARDWICK, Walter G. "Roll-On-Roll-Off Ferries : The Revolution in Marine Transportation in British Columbia." An article in Canadian Geographical Journal, Vol. LXIX, No. 5, November, 1964, pp 152-161. Ottawa : Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 1964. Pp [i]-iv,(1),152-187,v-xiii,(2) including covers. Illustrated. Maps. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated white stapled wrappers. Also includes H. Lee's “Helium : The Space Age Gas” (pp 162-169); C.H. Little's “Joseph Bouchette, Surveyor-General and Historian : Part II” (pp 170-179); Richard Harrington's “Paddle-Steamer on the Murray” [Australia] (pp 180-187). Cover photo of Siwash Rock, at entrance of Burrard Inlet, near Vancouver, British Columbia. Rubbed, else very good. For the issue 20.00

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96 HARLOW, Alvin F. SHANK, William H., intro. LOWELL, Orson HOFFMANN, Philip J. When Horses Pulled Boats : A Story of Early Canals. 2nd pr.
American Canal and Transportation Center, York, PA, 1987, ISBN:0933788436 
HARLOW, Alvin F. When Horses Pulled Boats : A Story of Early Canals . Introduction by William H. Shank. Illustrated by Orson Lowell and Philip J. Hoffmann. York, PA: American Canal and Transportation Center, 1987. Second Printing (August, 1987). Pp. [1]-72. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated stapled bluecard covers. A juvenile historical reference outlining the history of the canal system of the eastern United States. Vg. 10.00

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97 HARRINGTON, Lynn Canadian Geographic Journal 035:6 HARVEY, D.C. ROSENTHAL, Eric Historic Rideau Canal. An article in the Canadian Geographical Journal, Vol.35, No.6, December 1947
Canadian Geographical , 1947, 
HARRINGTON, Lynn. "Historic Rideau Canal." An article in the Canadian Geographical Journal, Vol.35, No.6, December 1947. Pp 278-291, with 26 illustrations. Double column. Zimmerman, A Canal Bibliography p.136. Also : D.C. Harvey's "Centenary of Responsible Government in Nova Scotia" (pp.275-277); Eric Rosenthal's "South Africa" (pp.248-274). Vg. For the issue. 20.00

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98 HARRINGTON, Roy (ed.). Zeil & Stoom op de Schelde / Sail & Steam on the Scheldt 1851-1976
J.E. Buschmann, Antwerpen Antwerp, 1976, 
BEYLEN, Jules van, and Charles MERMANS. Zeil & Stoom op de Schelde / Voile & Vapeur sur l'Escaut / Segel & Dqmpf auf der Schelde / Sail & Steam on theScheldt 1851-1976. Antwerpen : J.E. Buschmann, 1976. Pp [1]-167,(1). Some leaves folding. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, grey cloth, gilt to front board and spine. Contents (English titles) : The waterfront. The canals or “vlieten.” The docks. Sail and steam. Life and work at the waterfront. Fishermen and fishing-boats. Regular service carft and river-barges. The Antwerp ferry. First yachts, races and clubs. First years of the “Yacht Club Royal Belge.” The club and the management of nautical sports, club premises andsports promotion. Sponsoring of science and exploration, honorary members, social events official celebrations and entertainment. Sailing, cruising a nd racing. Text in four languages : Dutch, French, German, English. Very good in chipped dustjacket. 95.00

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99 HASKIN, Frederic J. HALLEN, Ernest Panama Canal. US no dj
Doubleday, 1913, 
HASKIN, Frederic J. The Panama Canal. Illustrated from photographs taken by Ernest Hallen, Official Photographer of the Isthmian Canal Commission. Garden City : Doubleday, Page & Co., 1913. Pp 386. 8vo, maroon cloth. Rubbed, else vg. 40.00

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100 HAVIGHURST, Walter COSGRAVE, John O'Hara, III. CHAMBERLIN, Jane. Long Ships Passing : The Story of the Great Lakes. in dj.
Macmillan, 1975, ISBN:025491008 
HAVIGHURST, Walter. The Long Ships Passing : The Story of the Great Lakes. Illustrated by John O'Hara Cosgrave III and Jane Chamberlin. Revised and Expanded Edition. New York : Macmillan, (1975). Pp 360. 8vo, tan cloth. A history of the Great Lakes as a route for maritime trade from the Voyageurs tothe time of publication; illustrated with lovely atmospheric engravings. O wner's signature, else vg in price-clipped dj. 18.00

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