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81 BENSON, Gerald E. (ed.) Churches of Newfoundland and Labrador : Out of Our Hearts. signed.
Good News Publications, Inc., St. John's, NF, 1992, ISBN:0969648200 
BENSON, Gerald E. (ed.). Churches of Newfoundland and Labrador : Out of OurHearts . Edited by Gerald E. Benson. Published on the 180th Anniversary of the Newfoundland and Labrador District of the Canadian Bible Society. (St. John's, NF: Good News Publications, Inc.), 1992. Pp. [i]-iii,(1),1-245,(1) . Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. Vg. Signed and inscribed by the editor on the title page. 30.00

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82 BENSON, Gerald E. (ed.). Churches of Newfoundland and Labrador. Volume 2
Canadaian Bible Society, St. John's, NL, 1998, ISBN:0921426240 
BENSON, Gerald E. (ed.). Churches of Newfoundland and Labrador. Volume II. (St. John's : Canadaian Bible Society), 1998. Pp [i]-xii,1-262,(2). Illustrated. Index. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. Contents : The Churches - The histories of individual churches are arranged random order; The Church Lads' Brigade; The Salvation Army Grace Hospital; Radio VOAR; Overview of the Public Denominational School System; Emmanuel House; Camp Emmanuel. Very good. 30.00

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83 BENSON, Gerald E. McMILLAN, Kenneth G., with To the Ends of the Earth : A History of the Canadian Bible Society. in dj.
Canadian Bible Society, Toronto, 1998, ISBN:088834094x 
BENSON, Gerald E. To the Ends of the Earth : A History of the Canadian Bible Society . With Kenneth G. McMillan. Toronto: Canadian Bible Society, 1998. Pp. (6),vii-xvii,(3),21-237,(3), + 32 p. of black and white plates. Illustrated. 8vo, maroon paper covered boards with gilt lettering to spine. "Forenarly two centuries, one organization has laboured behind the scenes to m ake the Bible accessible to all. Older than Canada itself, the Canadian Bible Society has served in peace and in war; during periods of religious turbulence and inter-denominational cooperation." - from the dust jacket. Benson served as the Secretary for Newfoundland and Labrador District from 1978 to 1997. Contents: 1. God's Word in Human Language: Pre-Chrsitian Times to the 1800s; 2. The Parent Society 1804 to 1904; 3. Canadian Bible Society: Birth and Early Work 1904 to 1946; 4. How the West Was Won; 5. The Districtsand Branches: An Overview; 6. Bringing the National Societies Together: Un ited Bible Societies; 7. Cooperating to Resolve an Issue: Inclusion of the Deuterocanon, or Apocrypha; 8. Coming of Age: The Canadian Bible Society and the Parent Society; 9. The Canadian Bible Society, the Constitution, and the Upper Canada Bible Society; 10. New International Responsibilities; 11.Scripture Translation: An Ongoing Challenge; 12. Scripture Production and Distribution; 13. French Canada, the Roman Catholic Church, and the Bibl Society; 14. The North West District; 15. Promoting the Work with Visual Aids; 16. Canadian Bible Society Bookstores and Bible Centres; 17. The Quarterly Newsletter; 18. Women's Auxiliaries; 19. From Canvassing to Direct Response: A Paradigm Shift in Fundraising; 20. Annuities and Legacies: Vital Elements in an Ongoing Fundraising Program; 21. Bible Sunday and Bible Society Sunday; 22. The Bible-a-Month Club and the American Example; 23. Presidents; 24. General Secretaries; 25. District Secretaries; 26. The Future: As Bright As the Promises of God. Very good in dust jacket. 20.00

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84 BENSON, Gerald E., (ed.) Churches of Newfoundland and Labrador : Out of Our Hearts. Paperback.
Good News Publications, Inc., St. John's, NF, 1992, ISBN:0969648200 
BENSON, Gerald E., (ed.). Churches of Newfoundland and Labrador : Out of Our Hearts . Edited by Gerald E. Benson. [Foreword by His Honour Frederick Russell]. Published on the 180th Anniversary of the Newfoundland and LabradorDistrict of the Canadian Bible Society. (St. John's, NF: Good News Publica tions, Inc.), 1992. Pp. [i]-iii,(1),1-245,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. Contents: Benson on "The Canadian Bible Society in Newfoundland and Labrador"; Canadian Bible Society Roll of Honour; Most Rev. S.Stuart Payne on "The Anglican Church in Newfoundland and Labrador"; Rev. A lbert Marshall on "The Baptist Church in Newfoundland"; Dr. Brigitte Schloss on "The Moravian Church in Labrador and the World"; Pastor Roy D. King on"The Pentecostal Assemblies of Newfoundland and Labrador"; The Rev. Ian S. Wishart on "The Presbyterian Church in Newfoundland and Labrador"; Most Re v. Raymond J. Lahey on "The Roman Catholic Church in Newfoundland an Labrador"; Lieut. Col. John Carew on "The Salvation Army in Newfoundland and Labrador"; Pastor D.S. Crook on "The Seventh-day Adventist Church in Newfoundland"; and The Rev. Franklyn Curtis on "The Methodist Church and the United Church of Canada in Newfoundland and Labrador". Name inked to title page, else very good. 25.00

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85 BERGER, Antony Good and Beautiful Bay : A History of Bonne Bay to Confederation and a Little Beyond
Flanker Press , St. John's, NF, 2011, ISBN:9781771173384 
BERGER, Antony. The Good and Beautiful Bay : A History of Bonne Bay to Confederation and a Little Beyond. St. John's : Flanker Press Limited, (2014). First Printing. Pp (10),11-256,(8). Maps, many b&w photos and other illustrations in the text. 8vo, illustrated pale green card covers. "At the heart of Gros Morne National Park is Bonne Bay with its magnificent landscape, sheltered arms and coves, and abundant marine life. Bonne Bay occupies an important place in the history of Newfoundland and Labrador. Long known to Aboriginal peoples, in the mid-1800s it grew rapidly as settlers swarmed in totake advantage of the herring and lobster fishery. Tensions between the co mpeting claims by the French and British were often played out here. In thelate 1800s and early 1900s, Bonne Bay grew to become the administrative ce ntre for the northwest coast. Today, it is one of Eastern Canada's most popular tourist destinations, visited by people from all over the world. This book reviews the history of Bonne Bay before Confederation in 1949. It describes the people that came to live here, with glimpses of some of the main characters, the way of life, and the influences of church and school. The book ends with the story of how Gros Morne National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, came to be." - from rear cover. Contents : 1. Introduction; 2. The Bay id Born and People First Arrive; 3. Bonne Bay Rising; 4. Settling down in the Late Nineteenth Century; 5. Early Settlers and Their Famiilies; 6. Bonne Bay at a Zenith (100-1922); 7. The Hard Years: Depression to Confederation; 8. Bonne Bay Rises Again. With notes, references, and index. Top two inches of title-page clipped out for some reason, else very good. 10.00

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Histoire de la Survivance Acadienne 1755-1935. card covers, BERNARD, Antoine
86 BERNARD, Antoine Histoire de la Survivance Acadienne 1755-1935. card covers
Les Clercs de SaintViateur, Montréal , 1935, 
BERNARD, Antoine. Histoire de la Survivance Acadienne 1755-1935. Avec cartes et illustrations. Montréal : Les Clercs de SaintViateur, (1935). First Edition. Pp (6),[3]-465,(7). Illustrated. 8vo, card covers. Avant-propos, 1. Le pays Acadien; 2. Les ruines de 1755; 3. L'oeuvre de l'Abbé Bourg en Acadie; 4. Les origines Françaises du Nouveau-Brunswick oriental; 5. Débuts de la région de Memramcook (1766-1812); 6. Débuts de la région de Caraquet (1755-1812); 7. Pâle demi-siècle au Nouveau-Brunswick (1812-1864); 8. Progrès Acadien au Nouveau-Brunswick oriental (depuis 1864); 9. Le Madawaska-Restigouche; 10. La Nouvelle-Écosse (pp.225-274); 11. L'île du Cap-Breton (pp.275-307); 12. L'île du Prince-Edouard (pp.308-331); 13. Les îles de la Madeleine; 14. Labrador et Anticosti; 15. Regions Acadiennes de la province de Québec; Appendices : A. L'église-souvenir de Grand-Pré et les «voyages du Souvenir»; B. La Societé acadienne de l'Assomption; C. La population acadienne des Provinces Maritimes; D. Notes d'un voyageur français en Acadie, en 1934; E. La langue française et les Acadiens. Very good 80.00

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87 BERNARD, Antoine Histoire de la Survivance Acadienne 1755-1935. card covers
Les Clercs de SaintViateur, Montréal , 1935, 
BERNARD, Antoine. Histoire de la Survivance Acadienne 1755-1935. Avec cartes et illustrations. Montréal : Les Clercs de SaintViateur, (1935). First Edition. Pp (6),[3]-465,(7). Illustrated. 8vo, card covers. Avant-propos, 1. Le pays Acadien; 2. Les ruines de 1755; 3. L'oeuvre de l'Abbé Bourg en Acadie; 4. Les origines Françaises du Nouveau-Brunswick oriental; 5. Débuts de la région de Memramcook (1766-1812); 6. Débuts de la région de Caraquet (1755-1812); 7. Pâle demi-siècle au Nouveau-Brunswick (1812-1864); 8. Progrès Acadien au Nouveau-Brunswick oriental (depuis 1864); 9. Le Madawaska-Restigouche; 10. La Nouvelle-Écosse (pp.225-274); 11. L'île du Cap-Breton (pp.275-307); 12. L'île du Prince-Edouard (pp.308-331); 13. Les îles de la Madeleine; 14. Labrador et Anticosti; 15. Regions Acadiennes de la province de Québec; Appendices : A. L'église-souvenir de Grand-Pré et les «voyages du Souvenir»; B. La Societé acadienne de l'Assomption; C. La population acadienne des Provinces Maritimes; D. Notes d'un voyageur français en Acadie, en 1934; E. La langue française et les Acadiens. Some darkening, chipping and tears to spine, aprticualrly at head & foot, edgwear, esle very good and internally clean 65.00

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My Rambles in the New World, BIART, Lucien HAUTEVILLE, Mary de, trans.
88 BIART, Lucien HAUTEVILLE, Mary de, trans. My Rambles in the New World
Sampson Low, Marston & Co., London, 1893, 1893 
BIART, Lucien. My Rambles in the New World. Translated by Mary de Hauteville. London: Sampson Low, Marston & Company, Ltd., St. Dunstan's House, [Aberdeen University Press], 1893. Pp. [i]-vii,(1),[1]-296, frontis. (with tissue guard), + 27 p. of plates. Illustrated. 8vo, pictorial olive-green cloth with black-outlined gilt lettering to front and spine.

Lucien Biart (b. June 21, 1828, Versailles, France - d. March 18, 1897, Batignolles, Paris).

A travelogue by the French naturalist about his expedition through North and Central America, starting in Quebec on board the schooner Siren, and visiting numerous points in between. The bulk of this volume focuses on Biart's stay in western Mexico, and his encounters with the indigenous people of the region.

Contents:
1. Labrador (including Biart's encounters with the Esquimaux of the region );
2. A Canadian Family (with information on his travels on the St. Lawrence);
3. Niagara in Winter (which includes a short stop-over in Halifax);
4. San Francisco;
5. Tortoise Island;
6. A Waterspout at Sea;
7. Christmas Dayat Havannah;
8. From Havannah to New Orleans;
9. The Horse-Tamer;
10. Teno chtitlan;
11. The Pearl Forest;
12. The Tuxpango Cascade;
13. The Serpent-Charmer;
14. The Dead City;
15. The Unicorn;
16. The Grotto of the Toltecs;
17. Aztec Education.

Light bumping to spine ends, minor bubbling to upper portions of front board, faint soiling to rear board, pre-1900 gift inscription inked to flyleaf, else very good. 80.00


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89 BIART, Lucien. De HAUTEVILLE, Mary, trans. From Labrador to Mexico : My Rambles in the New World. English Hardcover Edition, red variant.
Sampson Low, Marston, & Co., Ltd, London, 0, 1928 
BIART, Lucien. From Labrador to Mexico : My Rambles in the New World. Translated by Mary de Hauteville. London : Sampson Low, Marston, & Co., Ltd., n.d. [late-1920s / early-1930?]. Pp (4),v-vii,(1),[1]-296. 8vo, pictorial red cloth with black lettering to front board and spine.

O'Dea 830b (for 1891 ed.), Tanner 63a for French edition.
Not in Cooke & Caron.

Lucien Biart (b. June 21, 1828, Versailles, France - d. March 18, 1897, Batignolles, Paris).

Labrador : the first 3 chapters (pp.1-29).
Labrador contents from headings:
I. The Siren -
Floating ice-blocks -
Master Simeon -
Greenland -
Corteréal -
A salvage -
Ouanga;

II. The little Esquimaux -
The toilet of an uncivilized beauty -
An ill-bred child -
Civilizing effects of an accordion
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart -
A house under the snow -
Mrs Ablouk-Kanik;

III. The sledge drive -
A rustic supper -
The Ablouk-Kanik household -
A snow village -
Origin of the Esquimaux -
A new use for buttons -
Return to Canada.

Also: A Canadian Family;
Niagara in Winter;
San Francisco;
Tortoise Island;
A Waterspout at Sea;
Christmas Day at Havannah;
From Havannah to New Orleans;
The Horse-Tamer;
Tenochtitlan;
The Pearl Forest;
The Tuxpango Cascade;
The Serpent-Charmer;
The Dead City;
The Unicorn;
The Grotto of the Toltecs;
Aztec Education.

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Marges de l'Oekoumene dans l'Est du Canada. cloth, BIAYS, Pierre
90 BIAYS, Pierre Marges de l'Oekoumene dans l'Est du Canada. cloth
1964, 1964 
BIAYS, Pierre. Les Marges de l'Oekoumène dans l'Est du Canada (Partie orientale du Bouclier canadien et ile de Terre-Neuve). Québec : Les Presses de l'Université Laval, 1964. Pp (6),viixxix,(3),[1]-760,(2),+ 20 fldg.maps. 8vo, cloth.

Travaux et Documents du Centre d'Etudes Nordiques No.2.

O'Dea 3687, Cooke & Caron p.41.

A very extensive study with much on Newfoundland and Labrador. Photographs by the author.

In three parts:
I. Limitations et Tolérances du Milieu.
Chapters:
1. Le mer et les glaces marines;
2. Le climat et le monde vivant.

II. Les Conquêtes Humaines. Chapters:
1. Le peuplement agricole;
2. L'expansion minière;
3. L'occupation des régions littorales.

III. Hommes et Paysages Humanisés des Régions Marginales.

Ex-library, else very good. 45.00


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91 Birds) PETERSON, Roger Tory Birds of Newfoundland and Labrador [1]
0, 
(Birds). Birds of Newfoundland and Labrador [1]. [St.John's] : Tourist Development Division, Dept. of Economic Development, n.d. Folio, folder containing 3 colour plates. Illustrations by Roger Tory Peterson of various seabirds, including terns, gulls, murres, puffins, etc. Vg. 50.00

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92 BLACKADAR, R.G. (ed.). On the Frontier : Photographs by the Geological Survey of Canada / Frontières : Photographies par la Commission géologique du Canada.
Geological Survey of Canada, Ottawa , 1982, ISBN:0660509954 
BLACKADAR, R.G. (ed.). On the Frontier : Photographs by the Geological Survey of Canada / Frontières : Photographies par la Commission géologique du Canada. (Ottawa : Geological Survey of Canada, 1982). Pp (6),[1]-134,(4). Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated grey card covers. Contents : Labrador-Ungava. Hudson Bay, James Bay, the Barrens. The West. Mackenzie Valley. British Columbia. Yukon. The Arctic. Includes numerous photographs of ships : Neptune and American whaler Era in winter quarters at Cape Fullerton;The Neptune as photographed by Bell, 1884; [Canoe] On Lake Mistassini, 188 4; Diana in ice in Hudson Strait, 1897; Robert Bell probably on board the Ocean Nymph, 1880; Inuit kayaks, Nastapoka Islands; Indian boat, Fort George, 1896; Boats used for coastal travel, James Bay, 1899; SS Colville, first screw steamer on Lake Winnipeg; Boat used by J.B. Tyrrell in 1889 when examining the shoreline geology of Lake Winnipegosis; Steamer Northcote on shore at Cumberland Jouse, Manitoba, 1894; Steamer Wolverine at Little Bull Head, Manitoba, early 1920's; SS Mackenzie River at Fort Macpherson, 1914; Scow running the lower rapids on the Peace River, 1917; SS Northland Light andtwo sixty foot scows, Peace River, circa 1913-1916; SS Athabasca River and SS Northland Call, Peace River, circa 1913-1916; SS D.A. Thomas above Verm illion on the Peace River, 1921; SS Distributor at Fort Smith, 1921; GSC scows being towed across Great Slave lake, 1921; SS Northland Echo at Waterways, Alberta, 1935; SS Athabasca River entering lake Athabasca, 1938; Steamer Maude, Nanaimo, 1875; Sternwheeler Dispatch, tied up at Sproat's Landing,1889; Steamer Reliance at Yale, 1898; Steamer Charlotte which ran between Soda Creek and Quesnel, 1898; SS Bonningtonon Upper Arrow Lake, 1928; Steamer Dawson entering the navigable channel of the Five Finger Rapids; SteamerCasca aground in the Rink Rapids; Steamer Casca at Big Salmon River, 1934; Moving a packtrain on the Stewart River aboard the steamer Aksala, 1939; N eptune at Blackhead Island; Scotch whaler Eclipse at Pond Inlet, 1903; North Star at Point Barrow Harbour; The Alaska and North Star at Bernard Harbour, east of the Mackenzie Delta, 1914; Whaling ship Belvedere in winter quarters off Martin Point, Alaska, 1913; and a few other native / inuit boats. A couple of small spots to front cover, and nick to fore-edge of back cover, else very good. 20.0

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93 BLACKMORE, W. M. (revised by) Pilotage and Navigation
College of Fisheries, Navigation, Marine Engineering and Electronics, Dept. of Nautical Science, St. John's, NF, 1973, 
BLACKMORE, W. M. (revised by). Pilotage and Navigation. Revised by W. K. Blackmore, Master Mariner. St. John's, NF: College of Fisheries, Navigation, Marine Engineering and Electronics, Department of Nautical Science, [n.d. -ca 1970s?]. Pp (2),[1]-69. (unpaginated blank page between 68 and 69). Ill ustrated with small diagrams. 8vo, stapled printed yellow card covers. Name, else vg. Uncommon. 20.00

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94 BLACKWOOD, David GOUGH, William (text) BLACKWOOD, David Art of David Blackwood. First Edition in dustjacket.
McGraw-Hill Ryerson Limited, Toronto, 1988, ISBN:0075496801 
BLACKWOOD, David. The Art of David Blackwood. Text by William Gough. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson Limited, (1988). Pp. [160], unpaginated, including [112] plates. Illustrated, occasionally in colour. Double column. Large square 8vo, black cloth, silver titles to front and spine. A retrospective of the Newfoundland artist's major works: "Home in Wesleyville", "Bragg's Island", "Mummers", "Down on the Labrador" and "The Icefields". "'The Art of David Blackwood' is an experience as direct as a Nor'Easter, powerful as spring. It gathers together, for the first time in print, a retrospective of themajor works of this gifted artist. Through the detail of the particular li ves and places of his native Newfoundland, David Blackwood moves to the universal, to the pivot that creates great art. John de Visser has said, 'The values being portrayed are spiritual. The qualities he shows are of character: strength, warmth, honesty, determination, faith.' In an age of fast-food art, of a world faced with dwindling energy resources and lit by the flicker of TV screens, David Blackwood's images speak of the transcendence of life, of a world where people's actions count, and the smallest of places can grow memories for the rest of the world. VIbrant, vital, and the work of a master artist, 'The Art of David Blackwood' is also the work of a master storyteller, a narrative that has all the power and delight of his native 'New Found Land'." - from the dustjacket. Very good in dust jacket. 100.00

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95 BLACKWOOD, David). GOUGH, William. PROULX, Annie (appreciation). BLACKWOOD, David David Blackwood : Master Printmaker. First Edition in dustjacket.
Douglas & McIntyre, Vancouver, 2001, ISBN:1550548727 
(BLACKWOOD, David). GOUGH, William. David Blackwood : Master Printmaker. With an appreciation by Annie Proulx. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, (2001). First Printing. Pp. (6),[vii]-xiii,(1),1-178. Beautifully illustrated in colour with 141 examples of Blackwood's etchings. Oblong 4to, grey cloth, silver titles to spine. "David Blackwood was born in 1941 in Wesleyville, Newfoundland, into a family with a long seafaring tradition. His great-grandfather, Ned Bishop, was a captain; his grandfather, Captain Albert Blackwood, was in command o fthe S.S. Imogene, and his father, Edward, was a skipper in the fisheries. David Blackwood began drawing and painting as a boy, but it was not until the 1960s, as a student at the Ontario College of Art, thathe began to demonstrate his skill with the etching process. Today, he is r ecognized internationally as a master printmaker, and his work appears in collections all over the world. This book brings togehter 141 of the artist's most evocative etchings in a splendidly produced celebration of his work.Newfoundland in the early 1940s had few roads, little electricity and more in common with the years behind than the years ahead. People were united b y their love for the sea and their total dependence upon it, and community ties ran deep. Blackwood's art is rooted in the oral narrative tradition and strong social values of his birthplace. Whether depicting the harsh griefof a death on the ice, the exhilaration caused by a ship's safe return, a woman's quiet vigil at a window, the heartbreaking relocation of an island home, or the magic of mummering during the twelve days of Christmas, his etchings are filled with story, drama, and the deepest of connections to a place and a people." - from the dustjacket. Contents: Proulx's "Newfoundland as Atlantis"; The Place We Stand To Fly a Kite; One Small Island; A Veil ofShadows; Labrador; Caught In Ice; A Wonderful Great Mummer. A very nice co py in crisp dustjacket. 125.00

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96 BOGGS, Winthrop S. POOLE, Bertram W.H. HUBER, Harry PERLIN, A.B., foreword Postage Stamps and Postal History of Newfoundland. Reprint
Quartermain Publications, Lawrence, Mass., 1975, ISBN:088000066X 
BOGGS, Winthrop S. The Postage Stamps and Postal History of Newfoundland byWinthrop S. Boggs with Postage Stamps of Newfoundland [by] Bertram W.H. Po ole [and] Harry E. Huber. Lawrence, Mass.: Quartermain Publications, Inc., (1975). Pp (12)-186,[1]-65,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, beige cloth. O'Dea 2470b.Foreword (May 1975) by A.B. Perlin. Robert H. Tait's foreword in the Boggs . The Boggs book originally appeared in 1942 (Kalamazoo: Chambers Publishing Company) and the Poole & Huber in 1922 (Portland, Maine: Severn, Wylie, Jewett Co.). Chapters : 1. Historical and Geographical; 2. Early Postal History; 3. Handstruck Stamps of 1809-57; 4. Introduction of Adhesive Postage Stamps; 5. The Pence Issue - 1857-64; 6. Postal History to 1900; 7. The Reforms of 1865; 8. The First "Cents" Issue - 1865; 9. New Value and a Color Change - 1868; 10. New Values for a Reduced Letter Rate - 1870; 11. The Re-Engraved One Cent and the Roulettes - 1871-76; 12. The 1880=1896 Issues; 13. The Cabot Issue; 14. The First Provisional - 1897; 15. Issues 1897 to 1901 and 1908; 16. The Guy Issue - 1910; 17. The King George V Coronation Issue - 1911; 18. The Wartime Issues and Provisionals 1916-18; 19. The Caribou Issue - 1919; 20. The 1920 Provisionals; 21. The Pictorial Set of 1923-24; 22. The Newfoundland - Labrador Issue - 1928; 23. The Provisionals of 1929; 24. The Re-Engraved Stamps of 1929-31; 25. The Watermarked Issue of 1931; 26. The Pictorial Issue of 1932; 27. New Values and Color Changes - 1932-38; 28. The 1933 Provisional; 29. The Sir Humphrey Gilbert Issue - 1933; 30. The Silver Jubilee Issue - 1935; 31. The Coronation and Anniversary Issues - 1937; 32. Issues of 1939 and 1941; 33. Air Mail Stamps: Introductory Remarks; 34. The Hawker Flight; 35. The Attempted Flight of Martinsyde; 36. The Alcock - Brown Flight; 37. Air Mail Essays: 1919-23; 38. The Halifax Air Mail - 1921; 39. The De Pinedo Air Mail Issue - 1927; 40. The Columbia Flight - 1930; 41. Air Mail Flights before 1931; 42. The 1931 Air Mail Issue; 43. The DO-X Flight - 1932; 44. The Wayzata Issue - 1932; 45. Newfoundland - Labrador Air Mail Issue; 46. The Balbo Flight; 47. Air Mail Flights - 1939-41; 48. The Postage Due Stamps; 49. Postal Stationery; 50. Cancellations and Postmarks; 51. Money Order Tax Stamp and the Offical Seal; 52. Meters, Censor Labels and Essays; 53. Labrador; 54. Selected Bibliography with CriticalNotes; 55. Appendix: List of Post Offices. Lacking title page, label mark to spine, else very good 40.00

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97 BOLAND, Todd Trees and Shrubs of Newfoundland and Labrador: Field GuideNewfoundland & Labrador Field Guide Collection in Three Volumes
Boulder Publications, Portugal Cove - St. Phillips, NL, 2011, ISBN:0986537640 
BOLAND, Todd . Trees and Shrubs [of] Newfoundland & Labrador. (Portugal Cove – St. Phillips, Newfoundland) : Boulder Publications, (2011). First Edition. Colour photo illustrations throughout. Pp (8),ix-xi,(1),1-300. 8vo, limp vinyl covers. "A comprehensive guide to Newfoundland and Labrador's treesans shrubs that is designed for the curious! Author, researcher, and lectu rer Tod Boland has organized more than 130 woody plants by leaf shape so all who love the outdorrs can recognize and identify the native and introduced plants of Canada's easternmost province. Inside, you'll find: Icons that aid at-a-glance scanning of each species' key characteristics - Tabs that identify each plant's favoured habitats - Photos of key features - More details to help you recognize plants and broaden your knowledge." - rear cover.Very good 20.00

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98 BOLITHO, Hector (ed.) KENNEDY, Ludovic British Empire. UK ed in dj
Batsford,, 1947, 
BOLITHO, Hector (ed.). The British Empire. L.: B.T. Batsford, Ltd., (1947). Pp (4),v-ix,(1),1-246,+ 96 pp. b&w photos + 8 col.plates. Maps. 8vo, red cloth. O'Dea 2643. Chapter on "Newfoundland" by Ludovic Kennedy (pp.127-132), with 5 plates and a map. Minor browning to cloth, else vg in slightly chipped dj. 50.00

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Edwards's American Catalogue , Book Catalogue)
99 Book Catalogue) Edwards's American Catalogue
Edwards, 1904, 
(Book Catalogue). Edwards's American Catalogue : Catalogue of Books, Pamphlets, Maps, Views, &c., relating to the Geography and History of the American Continent in Five Parts.. L.: Francis Edwards, 1904-1906. Pp (2),[1]-409,(1),+ bound in original card covers. See Part II : Books, Pamphlets, Maps, Views, &c., relating to the Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland - especially Newfoundland (pp.75-78) and Labrador (pp.78-80) - includes an Anspach for 9 shillings and Vaughan's Golden Fleece for £7 10s. One inch tear at bottom of spine, small stain to top corner of rear board, else vg. 140.00

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100 BORLASE, Tim BROWN, Dorrie WAY, Patricia Labrador Settlers, Metis and Kablunangajuit. Hardcover, Second printing
Labrador East Integrated School Board, Happy Valley - Goose Bay, 1994, ISBN:1896108024 
BORLASE, Tim. The Labrador Settlers, Métis and Kablunangajuit. Labrador Studies. Dorrie Brown, original design. Patricia Way, editor. (Happy Valley - Goose Bay) : Labrador East Integrated School Board, with assistance from the Canada Studies Foundation, 1994. Second Printing. Pp (12),13-335,(1). Illustrated with over 185 b&w photos as well as many drawings, &c. Maps. Index. Double Column. 8vo, illustrated blue and green hardcover, lettered in white. Contents : 1. HOW? Developing a Way of Life : The Labrador Settler, Métis and Kablunangajuit; Geography; Anarchy in the Land. 2. WHAT? Meeting Basic Needs : The Settlers; Daily Life; Fall and Winter; Spring and Summer; Celebrations; Values; Summary: Settlement and Community Paterns; "Lotsa Time,Sure...," or Nothing Ever Stays the Same. 3. WHO? Interaction With Others : Hard Times; Hudson's Bay Company; Reigion; Education; Founding of the Grenfell Mission; "Noting Ever Stays the Same..." or Continuing Your ImaginaryCommunity. 4. WHY? The Cause-and-Effect Nature of Change : "This land is y our land, this land is my land..."; Changes in the Economy: Fishing; Changes in Services: Transportation and Communiations; Changes in the Economy: World War Two and the Mlitary; Changes in the Economy: Forest Resources; Changes in the Economy: Minerals; Changes in the Economy: Hydro-Electricity at Churcchill Falls; Politics After Confederation; Act Three. 5. WHERE? Socialand Political Directions for the Settlers, Métis and Kablunangajuit of Lab rador : Directions for the Future; Economy: The High Cost of Isolation; Environment; Quality of Life; Lotsa Time ... Maybe. Spine sunned, bound upsidedown, not affecting the readability at all (just a mistake at the bookbind ery) else very good. 95.00

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