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81 Canadian Archaeological Association Canadian Archaeological Association Bulletin Number 8, 1976
Canadian Archaeological Association, 1976, 
Canadian Archaeological Association. Canadian Archaeological Association Bulletin Number 8, 1976 . [N.pl.]: Canadian Archaeological Association, 1976.Pp. [i]-ii,1-181,(1). Illustrated. 4to, illustrated green card covers. Inc ludes: 1. Dawson's "The Nyman site. A seventeenth century Algonkian camp onthe north shore of Lake Superior", 2. Burns's "Appendix A: Faunal analysis of the Nyman site, (ClIf-11), 3. McGhee's "Parsimony isn't everything: an alternative view of Eskaleutian linguistics and prehistory", 4. Burley's "On the spatial analysis of a plowed site at Bartibog", 5. Simonesen's "Introduction to papers on archaeological resource management and conservation archaeology", 6. Byrne's "The resource question and rescue archaeology", 7. Heintzelman's "A technique for predicting archaeological resource distribution and density in Southeastern Manitoba: a case study in research, planningand design", 8. Charlton's "Cultural resource management and conservation archaeology in British Columbia: a case study", 9. Pokotylo's "Archaeological resource inventories: two case studies from the British Columbia interior plateau", 10. McCartney's "Conservation archaeolog in the Canadian Arctic". Light bumping to spine, name stamp, else vg. 30.00

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82 Canadian Art AYRE, Robert SHADBOLT, Doris HARRIS, Lawren Canadian Art. Summer Number. Vol. 7. No. 4. 1950
Canadian Art, Ottawa, 1950, 
(Canadian Art). Canadian Art. Summer Number. Vol. VII. No. 4. 1950. Ottawa : Canadian Art, 1950. Pp (8),135-182. Illustrated. Large 8vo, illustrated olive stapled card covers. Contents : Australian Art – Some Comparisons (by an Australian in Canada); A Note on Criticism (by Robert Ayre); Artists andFilm-makers (by Donald W. Buchanan); A Fresh Brevity of Form (by Doris Sha dbolt); Murals in a Factory (by Robert Ayre); A Debate on Public Art Gallery Policy (by Lawren Harris and E.R. Hunter); An Exhibition of Contemporary Canadian Art (by Andrew Bell); Important Acquisitions by Canadian Galleries; New Walls for Canadian Paintings (by Andrew Bell). Cover art : Lionel LeMoine Fitzgerald – Manitoba Maple. Covers rubbed and browned, circular library stamp, else very good. 15.00

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83 Canadian Art AYRE, Robert SHADBOLT, Doris HARRIS, Lawren Canadian Art. Summer Number. Vol. 7. No. 4. 1950
Canadian Art, Ottawa, 1950, 
(Canadian Art). Canadian Art. Summer Number. Vol. VII. No. 4. 1950. Ottawa : Canadian Art, 1950. Pp (8),135-182. Illustrated. Large 8vo, illustrated olive stapled card covers. Contents : Australian Art – Some Comparisons (by an Australian in Canada); A Note on Criticism (by Robert Ayre); Artists andFilm-makers (by Donald W. Buchanan); A Fresh Brevity of Form (by Doris Sha dbolt); Murals in a Factory (by Robert Ayre); A Debate on Public Art Gallery Policy (by Lawren Harris and E.R. Hunter); An Exhibition of Contemporary Canadian Art (by Andrew Bell); Important Acquisitions by Canadian Galleries; New Walls for Canadian Paintings (by Andrew Bell). Cover art : Lionel LeMoine Fitzgerald – Manitoba Maple. Covers rubbed, else very good. 20.00

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84 Canadian Collector BOBAK, Molly Lamb PAIN, Howard MURRAY, Joan Canadian Collector. Vol. 13 / No. 5, September / October 1978.
Denmount Publishing Company Limited, Toronto , 1978, 
(Canadian Collector). Canadian Collector. Vol. 13 / No. 5, September / October 1978. Toronto : Denmount Publishing Company Limited, 1978. Pp [1]-63,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. Contents : Hutchison House (by Jean Murray Cole); Joseph Legare 1795-1855 (by Robert Derome); Style Influences in the Furniture of Upper Canada (by Howard Pain); Manitoba Paperweight (by Ailsa Pearson); Interview withMolly Lamb Bobak (by Joan Murray); Potteries of the Brothers Glass (by Bru ce A. Parker); and more. Rubbed, mailing label, else very good. 15.00

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85 Canadian Collector HARPER, J. Russell BIRD, Michael SHIPLEY, Nan Canadian Collector. Vol. 15 / No. 3, May / June 1980.
Denmount Publishing Company Limited, Toronto , 1980, 
(Canadian Collector). Canadian Collector. Vol. 15 / No. 3, May / June 1980.Toronto : Denmount Publishing Company Limited, 1980. Pp [1]-71,(1) includi ng covers. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, illustrated white stapled wrappers. Contents : International Floralies (by Art Drysdale); Cabinetmaker andWeaver Friedrich K. Ploethner (by Michael Bird); Ontario Animal Portraits (by J. Russell Harper); The B. Lent Pottery (by David W. Rupp); In Search of a Canadian Sampler-Maker (by Hyla Fox); Winnipeg Costume Collection (by Nan Shipley); The Careful Collector II: International Customs and Transport (by Barry C. McQuade); and more. Rubbed, stain on pp 2-3, else very good. 15.00

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86 Canadian Ethnic Studies). SAFTY, Adel KIRTZ, Mary K. GERBER, Linda Canadian Ethnic Studies / Études Ethniques au Canada. Vol. 24, No. 2, 1992
Research Centre for Canadian Ethnic Studies, University of Calgary, Calgary , 1992, 
(Canadian Ethnic Studies). Canadian Ethnic Studies / Études Ethniques au Canada. Vol. XXIVNo. 2, 1992. (Calgary : Research Centre for Canadian Ethnic Studies, University of Calgary, 1992). Pp (2),1-137,(13). Maps. 8vo, decorated yellow and brown card covers, white spine. Contents : Variations in RedRiver: The Traders and Freemen Metis of Saint-Laurent, Manitoba (by Nicole J.M. St-Onge); Referendum Results: Defining New Boundaries for an Independ ent Quebec (by Linda Gerber); 'I am become a name': the Representation of Ukrainians in Ross, Laurence, Ryga and Atwood (by Mary K. Kirtz); Immigration et politique dans la communauté francaise de Belgique: des liens de connivences entre differents acteurs d'autorite (par Louise Fontaine); Frencn immersion as Billingual Education: New Inquiry Directions (by Adel Safty); C.L.R. James: croquis d'un nationaliste marxiste noir (par Richard Poulin); Second generation, Gender and Empathy Effects on Adolescents' Views of the Holocaust: A Just World Analysis (by Daniel McDougall and Willa Litvack-Miller); "Discussing Coiumuus", "Adrift", "Surfacing" and "Snorri Thorfmnson" (by Cyril Dabydeen); plus book reviews. Very good. 15.00

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87 Canadian Historical Association MORTON, Desmond FRIESEN, Gerald DICKASON, Olive Patricia Canadian Historical Association : Historical Papers Saskatoon 1979 : A selection of the papers presented at the Annual Meeting held at Saskatoon 1979
Canadian Historical Association, Public Archives, Ottawa, 1979, 
(Canadian Historical Association). The Canadian Historical Association : Historical Papers Saskatoon 1979 : A selection of the papers presented at theAnnual Meeting held at Saskatoon 1979. Edited by Terry Cook and Claudette Lacelle. (Ottawa : Canadian Historical Association, Public Archives, 1979).Pp (6),1-217,(1). 8vo, white printed card covers. Historical Papers : Desm ond Morton's Presidential Address “History and Nationality in Canada: Variations on an Old Theme” (pp 1–10); Terence Crowley's “Thunder Gusts”: Popular Disturbances in Early French Canada” (pp 11–32); Gerald Friesen's “Homeland to Hinterland: Political Transition in Manitoba, 1870 to 1879” (pp 33–47); Chad M. Gaffield's “Canadian Families in Cultural Context: Hypotheses from the Mid-Nineteenth Century” (pp 48–70); Bettina Bradbury's “The Family Economy and Work in an Industrializing City: Montreal in the 1870s” (pp 71–96); Sue Sheridan Walker's “Feudal Constraint and Free Consent in the Makingof Marriages in Medieval England: Widows in the King’s Gift” (pp 97–110); Franz A.J. Szabo's “Haugwitz, Kaunitz, and the Structure of Government in Austria under Maria Theresia, 1745 to 1761” (pp 111–130); William A. Hayes's“A Mighty Impartial Personage”: Disraeli’s Entry into the Tory Party” (pp 131–146); Norman Ward's “Oppositions and Coalitions: James Gardiner and Saskatchewan Provincial Politics, 1929 to 1934” (pp 147–163); Ian MacPherson's“An Authorative Voice: the Reorientation of the Canadian Farmers’ Movement , 1935 to 1945” (pp 164–181); Olive Patricia Dickason's “Europeans and Amerindians: Some Comparative Aspects of Early Contact” (pp 182–202). Some papers in French, some in English. Very good. 22.00

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88 Canadian Housing Design Council. Housing in Cities : Some examples of multiple housing recently built in Canada. Paperback.
Canadian Housing Design Council, Ottawa, 1964, 
Canadian Housing Design Council. Housing in Cities : Some examples of multiple housing recently built in Canada. (Ottawa : Canadian Housing Design Council, 1964). Pp. (1),2-43,(1). Illustrated with 72 black and white photos and several dozen floorplans. Large 8vo, stapled printed pale brown card covers with photo of Scarlett Road, Toronto, to rear, white and black lettering to front cover. Introduction by A. Hazeland. Of Nova Scotia interest: "Mulgrave Park, Halifax, Nova Scotia", pp. 14-15, with four photos, three floor-plans, and two other illustartions. Consultant architects: Leslie R. Fairn & Associates and J. Philip Dumeresq, both of Halifax. Other contents: "AnArchitect's Viewpoint" (Norbert Shcoenauer); "A Developer's Viewpoint" (Al ex J. Rubin); "The Willows, Pointe Claire, Province of Quebec"; "FlemingdonPark, Toronto, Ontario"; "Oakdale Manor, Toronto, Ontario"; "Don Valley Wo ods, Toronto, Ontario"; "Scarlettwood Court, Toronto, Ontario"; "Studio Court, Toronto, Ontario"; "Northbrook Town & Country, Toronto, Ontario"; "The Townhouse, Hamilton, Ontario"; "Centennial and Grant Sts., Winnipeg, Manitoba"; "Kelvin Grove Apartments, Calgary, Alberta": "Terrace Park, Red Deer, Alberta"; "Delbrook Gardens, North Vancouver, British Columbia"; "McLean Park, Vancouver, British Columbia"; "Some examples of multipl housing in other countries". Very good. 35.00

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89 Canadian Journal of Archaeology BELCHER, William R. PARK, Robert W. SCHULTING, Rick Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 18, 1994
Canadian Archaeological Association, 1994, 
(Canadian Journal of Archaeology). Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 18, 1994. Pp [1]-160. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 8vo, illustrated tan card covers. Articles : The Bradley Cemetery: A Moorehead Burial Tradition Site in Maine (by William R. Belcher, David Sanger, and Bruce J. Bourque, pp 3-28); Approaches to Dating the Thule Culture in the Eastern Arctic (by Robert W. Park, pp 29-48); Mammal Bone Ornaments and Sub-Adult Burials: A Possible Association in the Late Woodland Period of Manitoba (by C. Meiklejohn, A.P. Buchner and R.T. Callaghan, pp 49-56); The Hair of the Dog: The Identification of a Coast Salish Dog-Hair Blanket from Yale, British Columbia (by Rick Schulting, pp 57-76); A Never Ending Story: Historical Developments in Canadian Archaeology and the Quest for Federal Heritage Legislation (by David V. Bvurley, pp 77-98). Seected Dialogue of “A Never Ending Story” (by various authors, pp 99-142);; plus Book Reviews. Spine sunned, name, else very good. 20.00

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90 Canadian Journal of Archaeology CUNNINGHAM, Jerimy J. MOBLEY, Charles M. OWEN, J. Victor Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 25, 2001 - Issues 1 & 2
Canadian Archaeological Association, 2001, 
(Canadian Journal of Archaeology). Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 25, 2001 – Issues 1 & 2. Pp [i]-iv,[1]-186,(2). Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 8vo, illustrated olive green card covers. Articles : Ceramic Variation and Ethnic Holism: A Case Study from the “Younge-Early Ontario Iroquoian Border” in Southwestern Ontario (by Jerimy J. Cunningham, pp 1-27); Prehistoric Intertidal Fish Traps from Central Southeast Alaska (by Charles M. Mobley and W. Mark McCallum, pp 28-52); Cultural Continuity and Changing Subsistence Strategies During the Late Precontact Period in Southwestern Manitoba (by B.A. Nicholson and Scott Hamilton, pp 53-73); The Como-Hudson Factories (c. 1845-77): Results of Geochemical Analyses for Québec's First Known Glassworks (by J. Victor Owen,pp 74-97). Research Notes : Preliminary Results from Investigations at Kilgii Gwaay: AnEarly Holocene Archaeological Site on Ellen Island, Haida Gwaii, British C olumbia (by Daryl W. Fedge, Rebecca J. Wigen, Quentin Mackie, Cynthia Lake and Ian Sumopter, pp 98-120); The Birds of Summer: Lakeside Routes into Late Pleistocene New England (by Dena F. Dincauze and Victoria Jackson, pp 121-126). Commentary : A Comment on Methods for Identifying Quartzite Cobble Artifacts (by Jonathan C. Driver, pp 127-131); plus Book Reviews and CJA Style Guide. Very good to fine. 20.00

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91 Canadian Journal of Archaeology HOPPA, Robert D. COSTOPOULOS, Andre LOEWEN, Brad Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 29, 2005 - Issue 2
Canadian Archaeological Association, 2005, 
(Canadian Journal of Archaeology). Canadian Journal of Archaeology / Journal Canadien d'Archéologie. Volume 29, 2005– Issue 2. Pp [i]-vi,[153]-332. Illustrated. Double Column. 8vo, illustrated olive green card covers. Articles : Sur les approches à la complexité sociale chez les chasseurs-cueilleurspréhistoriques: particuarisme, généralisme et méthode comparative (par And re Costopoulos et Samuel von Eeckhout, pp 153-165); Explaining Vinette I Pottery Variability: The View from the Batiscan Site, Québec (by Karine Taché, pp 165-233). Research Notes : An Analysis of Two Late Archaic Burials in Manitoba: The Eriksdale Site (EfLl-1) (by Robert D. Hoppa, Laura Allingham,Kevin Brownlee, Linda Larcombe, Gregory Monks, pp 234-266); Holocene Shore line Occupations and Water-Level Changes at Lac Mégantic, Québec (by Brad Loewen, Claude Chapdelaine, and Pierre J.H. Richard, pp 267-288); plus Book Reviews. Very good to fine. 15.00

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92 Canadian-American Gael MacKENZIE, Angus William Rugg, (ed.) Canadian-American Gael : Clanna Nan Gaidheal Ri Guaillibh A Cheile (Children of the Gael - Shoulder to Shoulder) 1943 - Volume I -1944 [...] Featuringthe Romantic Nova Scotia Highlands - Eilean Cheap Breatann: The Cradle of Celtic Culture
Gaelic College, St. Ann's, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia , 1943, 
(Canadian-American Gael). MacKENZIE, Angus William Rugg, (General editor) The Canadian-American Gael : Clanna Nan Gaidheal Ri Guaillibh A Cheile (Children of the Gael – Shoulder to Shoulder) 1943 – Volume I -1944 [...] Featuring the Romantic Nova Scotia Highlands - Eilean Cheap Breatann – The Cradleof Celtic Culture in the North America. St. Ann's, Cape Breton, Nova Scoti a : The Gaelic College, 1943. Pp 1-2,[1]-94. Illustrated with over 120 b&w photos. Map. Triple Column. 4to, red and green tartan card covers. See Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4471. Contents include : "Commun Gaidhlig Thoronto {The Gaelic Society of Toronto) by Roderick MacDonald; "An Commun Gaidhealach(The Highland Association, Vancouver. B.C.)" by John MacDonald; "The Order of Scottish Clans in the United States and Canada"; "The Gaelic Society , Winnipeg, Manitoba"; "The Gaelic Society of Ottawa" by Miss Nonnie C. MacLean; "The Boston Branch of the Cape Breton Island Gaelic Foundation" by NeilA. MacLennan; "The Romantic Nova Scotia Highlands : Memorial Institutions" ; "The 85th Nova Scotia Highlanders at Passchendaele" by William Ross (pp.72,85, & 87); "'Mosglath' {The Awakening): Catholic Scots and the Gaelic Heritage in Cape Breton"; "Cape Breton Worthies : The Men Eminent on 'Ceist' (Question) Days" by Angus W.R MacKenzie [Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4471]; "The Gaelic Precentor : Some Prominent Precentors in Cape Breton To-day" " byAngus W.R MacKenzie; "Scottish Music in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia: 'Violoin Players I Have Met'" by J.J. MacInnis [Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 5568]; an address on the occasion of the First Highland Scottish Gathering held at S t. Ann's, July 22, 1938 delevered by the Minister of National Defence, Ian A. MacKenzie; and an address in Gaelic by Stanley P. MacDonald of Mabou: "The Annual Gaelic Address Honouring Cape Breton's Higland Scottish Pioneers,July 1940". With many, many local advertisements throughout. Wear to spine , rubbed, light staining to front cover, complimentary copy (with a presentation bookplate from the Gaelic College), else good. Uncommon. 65.00

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93 Canadian-American Gael MacKENZIE, Angus William Rugg, (ed.) MacINNIS, J.J. Canadian-American Gael : Clanna Nan Gaidheal Ri Guaillibh A Cheile (Children of the Gael - Shoulder to Shoulder) 1943 - Volume I -1944 [...] Featuringthe Romantic Nova Scotia Highlands - Eilean Cheap Breatann: The Cradle of Celtic Culture
Gaelic College, St. Ann's, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia , 1943, 
(Canadian-American Gael). MacKENZIE, Angus William Rugg, (General editor) The Canadian-American Gael : Clanna Nan Gaidheal Ri Guaillibh A Cheile (Children of the Gael – Shoulder to Shoulder) 1943 – Volume I -1944 [...] Featuring the Romantic Nova Scotia Highlands - Eilean Cheap Breatann – The Cradleof Celtic Culture in the North America. St. Ann's, Cape Breton, Nova Scoti a : The Gaelic College, 1943. Pp 1-2,[1]-94. Illustrated with over 120 b&w photos. Map. Triple Column. 4to, red and green tartan card covers. See Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4471. Contents include : "Commun Gaidhlig Thoronto {The Gaelic Society of Toronto) by Roderick MacDonald; "An Commun Gaidhealach(The Highland Association, Vancouver. B.C.)" by John MacDonald; "The Order of Scottish Clans in the United States and Canada"; "The Gaelic Society , Winnipeg, Manitoba"; "The Gaelic Society of Ottawa" by Miss Nonnie C. MacLean; "The Boston Branch of the Cape Breton Island Gaelic Foundation" by NeilA. MacLennan; "The Romantic Nova Scotia Highlands : Memorial Institutions" ; "The 85th Nova Scotia Highlanders at Passchendaele" by William Ross (pp.72,85, & 87); "'Mosglath' {The Awakening): Catholic Scots and the Gaelic Heritage in Cape Breton"; "Cape Breton Worthies : The Men Eminent on 'Ceist' (Question) Days" by Angus W.R MacKenzie [Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4471]; "The Gaelic Precentor : Some Prominent Precentors in Cape Breton To-day" " byAngus W.R MacKenzie; "Scottish Music in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia: 'Violoin Players I Have Met'" by J.J. MacInnis [Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 5568]; an address on the occasion of the First Highland Scottish Gathering held at S t. Ann's, July 22, 1938 delevered by the Minister of National Defence, Ian A. MacKenzie; and an address in Gaelic by Stanley P. MacDonald of Mabou: "The Annual Gaelic Address Honouring Cape Breton's Higland Scottish Pioneers,July 1940". With many, many local advertisements throughout. A very good a ttractive copy. 80.00

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94 CAPES, Katherine H. National Museum of Canada Anthropology Papers number 4) NICKERSON, W.B.) W.B. Nickerson Survey and Excavations, 1912-15, of the Southern Manitoba Mounds Region
Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources, Ottawa, 1963, 
CAPES, Katherine H. The W.B. Nickerson Survey and Excavations, 1912-15, of the Southern Manitoba Mounds Region . Ottawa: Department of Northern Affairs and National resources, 1963. Pp. i-iii,(1),1-178,(2), including plates. Illustrated. 8vo, printed white wraps. National Museum of Canada Anthropology Papers number 4, November 1963. Spine and top edge browned, split to tail of front hinge, name inked to front, else vg. 20.00

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95 CARTER, Dyson CARTER, Herbert Dyson Sea of Destiny : The Story of Hudson Bay, America's Undefended Back Door. First Edition.
Greenberg, Gravenhurst, Ontario, 1940, 
CARTER, H. Dyson. Sea of Destiny : The Story of Hudson Bay, America's Undefended Back Door. New York : Greenberg Publisher, (1940). First Edition. Pp (6),vii-ix,(3),1-236 + frontispiece + 8 pages of B&w photos. Map and a few illustrations in the text. 8vo, grey cloth with red lettering to spine. Watters p. 662, Rhodenizer p.613, Laugher p.92. Herbert Dyson Carter was born in Saint John, February 2, 1910.He was living in Saint Boniface, Manitoba at the time of publication. "In the late 1930s Carter also began a scholarlywork of historical geography which urged the development of Hudson Bay as a mercantile seaport for the Canadian wheat-farming regions, and as a base of naval defense against a possible invasion of North America. Sea of Destiny (1940) was very pro-Russian, drawing a comparison between the USSR's development of its Arctic and Canada's neglect of its own northern territories. It was also anti-German, suggesting that Nazi submarines and battleships might well exploit the Bay as a major point of vulnerability in North American defenses. Reviewers were impressed by this knowledgeable introduction to a neglected feature of North American history and geography - although the isolationist New York Times reviewer dismissed Carter's "alarmist" prophecies that the European war might be carried into the Arctic." - James Doyle. 1. The Fate of North America; 2. The Sea Called Hudson Bay; 3. The Years Before; 4. For a Tomb, a Legend; 5. The Black Prince; 6. Mr. Gooseberry andthe Huguenot ; 7. Reward for Empire; 8. Commissioned Pirates; 9. Toujours l'Audace!; 10. War Flames North; 11. The Admiral Died on Deck; 12. The Twilight of New France; 13. Voice of the Hated Race; 14. Dividend Paradise; 15.War of the Routes; 16. Revolution; 17. Awakening; 18. Backdoor Seaport [On Churchill, Manitoba]; 19. Roads to the World [on Churchill, the Emerson - Churchill Colonization Railway Company, ECCR, &c] 20. Sea of Mystery ; 21. Land to Come; 22. Lifeblood of Battle; 23. Where Rules Britannia?; 24. Breach in Our Ramparts; 25. Bombs Over America ; 26. Canada Faces Betrayal; 27.Gibraltar in the North . Appendix : Railways to Hudson Bay - The Choice of Ports - Marine Insurance Rates- The Situation in 1940 - Who Discovered Hud son Bay? With Bibliography Ex library but with minimal library markings, else very good, clean. 25.00

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96 CASSELMAN, Bill Canadian Food Words : The Juicy Lore & Tasty Origins of Foods That Founded a Nation. 1st pr.
McCarthur & Company, Toronto, 1998, ISBN:155278018X 
CASSELMAN, Bill. Canadian Food Words : The Juicy Lore & Tasty Origins of Foods That Founded a Nation. (Toronto) : McCarthur & Company, (1998). First Printing. Pp (6),[vii]-xiii, (1), [1]-313, (1). Illustrated. Lg 8vo, card covers, with blue spine. "Canada's bestselling word wizard is back, with a gustatory gallivant across Canada! Learn about and enjoy some of the food words Canadians use and have used - many of these words as tangy and succulentas the foods they name. Casselman sets the gastric juices flowing and help s us savour the etymological flavour of our hearty Canadian fare as well. "The gastromonic grand tour begins in Newfoundland after a Jigg's dinner with scrunchins, washed down with a stain o' rum, and then we light out for the West Coast to lap up a foaming bowl of soapahollie ice cream. Along the way there are stops and mug-ups for Maritime fungy and bangbelly, bakeapple jam and blueberry grunt, fricko on PEI, rappie pie in New Brunswick, drepsley soup in Southern Ontario, bannock in Manitoba, Saskatoonberry turnovers along the Qu-Appelle River, backed wind pills in Alberta, and moose-muffle soup in Tuktoyaktuk. "Foodies and word buffs alike will enjoy this book, written as it is in true Casselman form - scholarly, entertaining, and often hilarious" - rear cover. Newfoundland and Labrador (pp.1-51); Prince EdwardIsland (pp.52-69); Nova Scotia (pp.70-93); Acadia (pp.94-125); New Brunswi ck (pp.126-137). Very good. 14.00

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97 CASSIDY, Frank, and Robert L. BISH BISH, Robert L. Indian Government : Its Meaning in Practice
Oolichan Books and The Institute for Research on Public Policy, Lantzville, B.C. / Halifax, N.S., 1989, ISBN:0889820953 
CASSIDY, Frank, and Robert L. BISH. Indian Government : Its Meaning in Practice. (Lantzville, B.C.) : Oolichan Books / (Halifax, N.S.) : The Institutefor Research on Public Policy , 1989. Pp (2),v-xxvii,(3),3-186,(2). 8vo, i llustrated black card covers, lettered in red and white. "Based upon a variety of research approaches and focusing on nineteen case studies covering bands and tribal councils in Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Alberta, and BritishColumbia, this book is an examination of Indian government and its meaning in practice. [...] four specific elements of governance are examined: citi zenship, policy-making, service production and delivery, and finance." (from Executive Summary, p. x). Contents : Part I - The Challenge of Indian Government. 1. The Historical and Political Contexts. 2. The Jurisdiction of Indian Governments. Part II - The Elements of Governance. 3. Citizenship. 4.Policy-Making. 5. Service Production and Delivery. 6. Finance. Part III - Future Directions. 7. Self-Government Arrangements. 8. Indian Government ina Federal System. Very good. 15.00

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98 CAYER. Joyce B. Choice Joyce. signed
Joyce Cayer, Vassar, Manitoba, 1986, ISBN:0920739261 
CAYER. Joyce B. Choice Joyce : The Best of Joyce B. Cayer 1974-1985. (Vassar, MB : Joyce Cayer, 1986). Printed by Derksen Printers Ltd., Steinbach, Manitoba. Pp [i]-viii,1-[360],(2). 8vo, black card covers, silver lettering. Vg. Signed by Joyce B. Cayer. 30.00

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99 CHADDERTON, H. Clifford Excuse Us! Herr Schicklgruber : A Memoir of an Officer who Commanded an Infantry Company of the Royal Winnipeg Rifles (Canadian Army) in Normandy
War Amputations of Canada, Ottawa, 2004, ISBN:0973512024 
CHADDERTON, H. Clifford. Excuse Us! Herr Schicklgruber : A Memoir of an Officer who Commanded an Infantry Company of the Royal Winnipeg Rifles (Canadian Army) in Normandy. [Ottawa] : War Amputations of Canada, (October 4, 2004). First Edition. Pp. (2),i-vii,(1),1-184,A1-A3, (3). With 12 b&w photos as well as other illustrations and maps in the text. 4to, illustrated grey card covers. Contents : 1. Borrowed Time. 2. Medevac. 3. Mobilization and the First Regimental Sergeant Major. 4. Career Path. 5. Camp Shilo. Manitoba.6. Camp Debert, Nova Scotia. 7. Overseas At Last. 8. Interlude : A Courage ous Subaltern - Rod Beattie. 9. Tony the Italian. 10. D-Day to Caen: CombatActions in Capsule Form. 11. The RWR Goes Inland. 12. A Batman Takes Comma nd. 13. Walter Ratinsky. 14. Hit Him for Six. 15. Interlude : Article from J.A..M. Cook. 16. Carpiquet Airport. 17. One Officer's Worst Day. 18. The Knights of Battle in Normandy. 19. The Young Turks. 20. Jedediah's Creed. 21. God and War. 22. Earl McIntyre and the Mortal Sin of Killing. 23. Battle Exhaustion. 24. Glen Hughes. 25. Heroes. 26. The Backbone Of An Infantry Regiment: The NCOs. 27. Criticism Of Canadian Soldiers. 28. The Private Soldier Of The Royal Winnipeg Rifles. 29. Friendly Fire and Body Bags. 30. Interlude : The Inns Of Court Regiment. 31. Did The Tough Guys Really Shoot Their Officers? 32. Shakespeare -- My Kingdom for a Horse. 33. Emile - - The Sniper. 34. To You With Failing Hands - - Leopold Canal. 35. Attempted Ambush. 36. Overheard at the Mobile Bath. 37. Fort Nieulay. 38. Tony, Part 2. 39.Conscripts. 40. Billy Bird. 41. The Canadian Army. 42. The Métis. 43. Inte rlude : Courage to Face War's Aftermath: Harold Prout. 44. Odyssey. Appendix A - Excerpts From Diary Of Capt. H.C. Chadderton, RWR. Hugh Clifford "Cliff" Chadderton, CC OOnt (b. May 9, 1919, Fort William, Ontario – d. November 30, 2013, Ottawa) was a Canadian World War II veteran and Chief ExecutiveOfficer of The War Amps. "Written from my notes and the diary I carried wi th me throughout Normandy and Belgium" -- from p. ii. Very good. 20.00

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100 Chambers's Readers) Chambers's Geographical Readers of the Continents : America
W.& R. Chambers Limited, London & Edinburgh, 1902, 
(Chambers's Readers). Chambers's Geographical Readers of the Continents : America. London & Edinburgh : W.& R. Chambers Limited, 1902. Pp (4),5-216, col.frontispiece + 7 coloured plates + 2 coloured maps. Small 8vo, decoratedbrown cloth. Contents : 1. A New World. 2. North America. 3. Partition of North America. 4. The Great Dominion - General View I. 5. General View II. 6. The Waterways of the Dominion (pp 21-25). 7. The Great Lakes (pp 25-28).8. The Maritime Provinces (pp 29-31). 9. The Maritime Provinces (continued ) (pp 31-35). 10. Quebec and Ontario. 11. Quebec and Ontario (continued). 12. Winter Sports in Canada. 13. Manitoba and the North-west. 14. Beritish Columbia. 15. Newfoundland (pp 57-58). 16. The United States - General View I. 17. General View II. 18. Waterways (pp 66-69). 19. The Mississippi (pp 69-72). 20. Farming. 21. Cotton. 22. Minerals. 23. Industry in the United States. 24. Edison and Elecvtric Power. 25. The People. 26. New England. 27. New Yorl. 28. Pennsylvania. 29. The Southerm States. 30. The West. 31. The Far West. 32. The Pacific Coast. 33. Alaska. 34. Mexico I. 35. Mexzico II. 36. Central America. 37. British West Indies. 38. Cuba and Hayti. 39. Sugar. 40. South America - Gneral View I. 41. General View II. 42. Some South American Plants. 43. Some South American Animals. 44. Guiana. 45. Brazil - I.The Amazon. 46. Brazil - II. 47. The La Plata - Uruguay and Paraguay. 48. The Argentine Republic. 49. Venezuela. 50. Colombia and Ecuador. 51. Peru and Bolivia. 52. Chile. Wear to spine ends and corners, spine and margins darkened, foxing to frontispiece, penned school prize inscription (dated 1906), "With the P ublishers' Compliments" inkstamp to title page, else very good. 25.00

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