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81 BURTON, Richard Francis, et al) Alla Ricerca delle Sorgenti del Nilo e Nel Centro dell'Africa, viaggi celebri di Burton, Speke, Grant, Baker, Livingstone, Stanley, Miani, Schweinfurth, Piaggia, Gordon, Gessi, Antinori, ecc. narrati dai viggiatori stessi
Fratelli Treves, Editori, Milano, 1878, 
(BURTON, Richard Francis, et al). Alla Ricerca delle Sorgenti del Nilo e Nel Centro dell'Africa, viaggi celebri di Burton, Speke, Grant, Baker, Livingstone, Stanley, Miani, Schweinfurth, Piaggia, Gordon, Gessi, Antinori, ecc.narrati dai viggiatori stessi. Milano : Fratelli Treves, Editori, 1878. Pp (6),[v]-xvi,1-830,(4). Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, red leather spine, red cloth boards, gilt lettering and decoration to spine. A collection of voyages for the source of the Nile. Contents : Introduzione, di Eugenio Torelli Viollier; Il Tanganika ed it lago Nyanza, di Burton e Speke; Le sorgenti del Nilo, del Capitano Speke; L'Alberto-Nyanza o lago Alberto, dir Sir Samuele White Baker; Come io trovai Livngstone, di Enrico Stanley; L'ultimo giornale, di Davide Livingstone; Ismailia (Gondokoro), di Sir Samuele WhiteBaker; Viaggio al Monbuttu, di Giovanni Miani; Nel centro dell' Africa, di Giorgio Schweinfurth. Text in Italian. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Heavy wear to covers , a few marginal notes, else a very good, solid copy. 60.00

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82 Busy East of Canada) MILNER, W.C. FOSTER, W.E. Busy East of Canada, Vol 12, No. 1, August 1921
Busy East Press, Limited, Sackville, NB, 1921, 
(Busy East of Canada). The Busy East of Canada, Vol 12, No. 1, August 1921.Sackville, NB: The Busy East Press, Limited, 1921. Published monthly. Pp. [1]-32. Illustrated. Double column. 4to, tan printed paper wraps. Of Newfoundland interest: "A Ten Mile Dam May Give Canada a New Climate" (pp. 14-15), about a rather ambitious project to build a dam across the strait of Belle Isle, connecting Newfoundland and Labrador, with hopes of diverting the cold Labrador current to the east, allowing the warmer Gulf Stream to swing against the northern coasts. The essay was based on a report in The PopularScience Monthly, published in New York in August. Also of interest: "A Fam ily of Poets" by Rev. C.H. Johnson, pastor of the Cochrane Street MethodistCHurch, St. John's, Newfoundland [on a Mrs Fletcher, a Richard Huntington (who was in Cape Breton from 1843 to 1848) and several other Huntingtons]; W. C. Milner's "The Bay of Fundy: Installment V: Natural Laws of Tidal Rivers (How Obstructions Destroy Waterways)"; W.E. Foster's Justice for the Maritimes" (Walter Edward Foster, [b. April 9, 1873, St. Martins, New Brunswick - d. November 14, 1947, Saint John) the then Premier of New Brunswick); regular sections susch as Random Maritime Notes; The Business Man's Section;and many local adverts throughout. Slight wrinkling to the upper left inte rior, else very good. 40.00

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83 BYDE, Alan Living Canoeing. Third Edition
Adam & Charles Black, London, 1979, 
BYDE, Alan. Living Canoeing. Third Edition. London : Adam & Charles Black, (1979). Pp (4),5-266,(2). Illustrated. 8vo, orange paper-covered boards. Cassell 315, Toy 2342. Chapters : 1. Access to Water; 2. Choice of Canoe; 3. Paddles; 4. The Lifejacket; 5. Basic Paddling Strokes; 6. Advanced PaddlingStrokes; 7. Rolling Techniques; 8. Reading Rivers; 9. River Techniques; 10 . Estuaries and Buoyage; 11. Reading Sea Waves; 12. Sea Techniques: Surfing; 13. Sea Techniques: Deep Water; 14. Deep Water Rescue; 15. Canoe Buildingin Glass Reinforced Plastics; 16. Storage and Transport of Canoes and Equi pment; 17. Packing a Canoe; 18. Exposure; 19. An Instructor's Responsibilities; 20. Organising a Baths Training Course; 21. Organising a Group. With index. Very good 25.00

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84 CALDWELL, Bill Lighthouses of Maine. 1st pr.
Gannett Books, Portland, ME, 1986, ISBN:0930096630 
CALDWELL, Bill. Lighthouses of Maine. Portland, ME: Gannett Books, (1986). First Printing. Pp. (12),1-276,(4). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated pale cardcovers with blue spine. "From Grand Manan to Mount Desert to the Isles of Shoals on the New Hampshire border, sixty-eight lighthouses stand along thecoast of Maine and her rivers. In his conversational way, Bill Caldwell le ads his readers on a historical tour of nearly all the Maine Lighthouses. In Caldwell's hands the legends, lore, and history of the impressive signalscome to life. Maine's lighthouses are symbols of its proud maritime herita ge, and of a way that has long passed." - from rear cover. Covers lightly rubbed, else very good. 15.00

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85 CALDWELL, Bill Rivers of Fortune : Where Maine Tides and Money Flowed.. First Edition in dustjacket.
Guy Gannet, Portland, Maine, 1983, ISBN:0930096452 
CALDWELL, Bill. Rivers of Fortune : Where Maine tides and money flowed. Portland, Maine : Guy Gannet Pub. Co., (1983). First Printing. Pp 265. Illustrated. Maps. 8vo, blue cloth. "Rivers of Fortune is a fast-paced, fascinating story of a vital part of Maine too long overlooked... its great rivers...the Penobscot, the Kennebec, the Damariscotta and the Saco." - from the dj . Very good in dustjacket. 20.00

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86 CALDWELL, Bill Rivers of Fortune : Where Maine Tides and Money Flowed.. First Edition in dustjacket.
Guy Gannet, Portland, Maine, 1983, ISBN:0930096452 
CALDWELL, Bill. Rivers of Fortune : Where Maine tides and money flowed. Portland, Maine : Guy Gannet Pub. Co., (1983). First Printing. Pp 265. Illustrated. Maps. 8vo, blue cloth. "Rivers of Fortune is a fast-paced, fascinating story of a vital part of Maine too long overlooked... its great rivers...the Penobscot, the Kennebec, the Damariscotta and the Saco." - from the dj . Very good in rubbed, nicked dustjacket. 15.00

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87 CALLAN, Kevin. Brook Trout and Blackflies : A Paddler's Guide to Algonquin
Boston Mills Press, Erin, Ont, 1997, ISBN:1550462113 
CALLAN, Kevin. Brook Trout and Blackflies : A Paddler's Guide to Algonquin Park. (Erin, Ont.) : The Boston Mills Press, (1997). First Edition. Pp [1]-144. Illustrated. Maps. 8vo, illustrated green card covers, lettered in white. “Algonquin Park is Ontario's foremost canoeing destination, a paddler'sparadise of spectacular lakes and rivers...” - from the back cover. Very g ood. 12.00

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88 CALVERT, Roger Inland Waterways of Europe. First Edition in dustjacket
George Allen & Unwin, London, 1963, 
CALVERT, Roger. Inland Waterways of Europe. Illustrated. London : George Allen & Unwin, (1963). First Printing. Pp 259. 8vo, aquamarine cloth. Toy 3292. Chapters : 1. The Rhine; 2. Rhine - Main - Danube - Ludwig's Canal; 3. The Danube; 4. France (I); 5. France (II); 6. Benelux; 7. Germany; 8. Russia; 9. Scandinavia; 10. Finland and the Baltic States; 11. Central Europe; 12. Southern Europe; 13. Conclusion. With appendices, bibliography and index.Very good in slightly chipped dustjacket. 40.00

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New North : Being Some Account of a Woman's Journey through Canada to the Arctic , CAMERON, Agnes Deans CAMERON, Agnes Deans (ill.)
89 CAMERON, Agnes Deans CAMERON, Agnes Deans (ill.) New North : Being Some Account of a Woman's Journey through Canada to the Arctic
D. Appleton and Co., New York, 1910, 
CAMERON, Agnes Deans. The New North : Being Some Account of a Woman's Journey through Canada to the Arctic. With many illustrations from photographs by the author. NY: D. Appleton and Co., 1910. Pp. (i)-xix,[1],1-398,[2], frontis., + 1 map leaf. Numerous illustrations to text. 8vo, green ribbed cloth with map pictorial panel to front, gilt lettering to front and spine, t.e.g. Arctic Bibliography 2657. The author's account of her voyage into Canada's Arctic regions, primarily by way of Canada's inland waterways -- beginning in Manitoba, traversing the Prairies, before entering the Northwest Territories by way of Great Slave Lake, and journeying along the Mackenzie River to the Arctic Ocean. Contents: 1. The Mendicants Reach Winnipeg, 2. Winnipeg to Athabasca Landing, 3. Athabasca Landing, 4. Down the Athabasca One Hundred and Sixty-Five Miles to Grand Rapids, 5. Ninety Miles of Rapids, 6.Fort Chipewyan Past and Present, 7. Lake Athabasca and Its Fond du Lac, 8. Fond du Lac to Fort Smith, 9. Slave River and Great Slave Lake, 10. Provid ence to Simpson, One Hundred and Fifty Miles Down the Mackenzie, 11. Fort Good Hope on the Arctic Circle, 12. Arctic Red River and Its Eskimo, 13. Fort MacPherson Folk, 14. Moralizing Under the Midnight Sun, 15, Mainly Concerning Food, 16. The Tale of a Whale, 17. South from the Arctic to Chipewyan,18. To McMurray and Back to the Peace, 19. Up the Peace to Vermilion, 20. Vermilion-on-the-Peace, 21. Fort Vermilion to Lesser Slave, 22. Peace RiverCrossing to Lesser Slave Lake, 23. Lesser Slave Lake to Edmonton, 24. Home Among the Yellow Wheat. Outer hinges worn with light wear to edges, name t o ffep, else vg. 225.00

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90 CAMPBELL, Gary. New Brunswick Military Heritage Series, 5) Road to Canada : The Grand Communications Route from Saint John to Quebec. pbk.
Goose Lane Editions, Fredericton, NB, 2005, ISBN:0864924267 
CAMPBELL, W.E. (Gary). The Road to Canada : The Grand Communications Route from Saint John to Quebec. (Fredericton, New Brunswick) : Goose Lane Editions, (2005). First Printing. Pp. (10),11-115,(5). Illustrated. 8vo, art-illustrated card covers with black spine, white lettering to spine. New Brunswick Military Heritage Series, no. 5. Major William Edgar 'Gary' Campbell (b.1947). "The Trans-Canada Highway winds along the Saint John and Madawaska rivers through New Brunswick and Quebec to the St. Lawrence River. It follows one of the oldest and strategically most important routes in North American history: the Grand Communications Route. For millenniua, the Saint JohnRiver system had been a major artery in the vast system of lakes, rivers, and portages linking aboriginal communities. During the French and British colonial periods, and until the advent of rail travel in the 1870s, it remained the backbone of an overland route between the Atlantic Ocean and the interior of the continent. Today, the traveller along the Trans-Canada Highway can visit some of the forts that once defended this vital Road to Canada." - from the rear cover. Introduction; Chapters : 1. ; 2. ; 3. ; 4. ; 5. ;Epilogue. With bibliography and index. Very good. NOTE: Due to its small s ize, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 10.00

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91 CAMPBELL, Marjorie Wilkins KERR, Illingsworth H. (ill.) Rivers of America Series 41 Saskatchewan. Second Printing in dustjacket.
Rinehart & Co., New York, 1950, 
CAMPBELL, Marjorie Wilkins. The Saskatchewan. Illustrated by Illiingsworth H. Kerr. New York : Rinehart & Co., (1950). Second US Printing. Pp. 400. 8vo, green cloth. top edge dyed brick red. No. 41 in the Rivers of America series. Fitzgerald, The Rivers of America : A Descriptive Bibliography S45, Peel 3: 7173, Adams, The Rampaging Herd : A Bibliography of Books and Pamphlets on Men and Events in the Cattle Industry 404. Very small stain to bottom right corner of front board, minor edgewear, name, else vg in lightly rubbed, nicked, price-clipped dustjacket. 45.00

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92 CAMPBELL, Marjorie Wilkins. McGILLIVRAY, William). McGillivray, Lord of the Northwest. Hardcover in dustjacket.
Clarke, Irwin, Toronto, 1962, 
(McGILLIVRAY, William). CAMPBELL, Marjorie Wilkins. McGillivray, Lord of the Northwest. Toronto, Vancouver: Clarke, Irwin & Company Limited, (1962). First Printing. Pp. (6),vii-xiii,(1),[1]-337,(1), frontispiece. Map endpapers. 8vo, red cloth with gilt lettered black title block to spine. "To most Canadians, 'the North-West Company' is almost synonymous with the names of its famous trader-exploers, who, surmoundting incredible hardships, penetrated the remotest corners of North American in the search for beaver skins. [...] But some of them were also intrepid lovers of adventure, possessed by the romantic desire to explore the unknown that was always beckoning them on, down the rivers of the wild Northwest. Such were Simon Fraser, AlexanderMackenzie, Alexander Henry, Daniel Williams Harmon and David Thompson. Suc h was William McGillivray. [...] He came to Canada as a youth of twenty to become the first English clerk in the fur-trading company of his uncle, Simon McTavish, and rapidly rose through the ranks of bourgeois, agent and General Superintendent to become Chief Director of a powerful and flourishing business, the first joint-stock company in America. [...] But his was not an easy life; there were endless canoe trips and gruelling portages, long winters spent trudging on snowshoes from Indian village to village, fierce rivalry with the chartered Hudson's Bay Company, an unremitting succession ofdomestic tragedies, and the worst and final blow, the establishment of Lor d Selkirk's Red River settlement right across the canoe routes to the Northwest, which put an end to the North West Company." - from the dustjacket. Very good in lightly nicked, still-bright dustjacket. 24.00

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93 CAMPBELL, Wilfred Beauty, History, Romance and Mystery of the Canadian Lake Region. First Edition
Musson Book Company Limited, Toronto, 1910, 
CAMPBELL, Wilfred. The Beauty, History, Romance and Mystery of the CanadianLake Region. Toronto : The Musson Book Company Limited, (1910). First Edit ion. Pp. (8),[9]-191,(1), + colour frontispiece, + 31 leaves of plates (with 15 being in colour). Illustrated. 8vo, green cloth with full-board illustrated pictorial paper panel to front, gilt lettering to spine, t.e.g., illustrated endpapers. Watters p. 954, Rhodenizer p. 88. Chapters : 1. Introduction; 2. Lake Ontario and the Thousand Islands; 3. Niagara and Lake Erie; 4. Lake St. Clair and the Rivers Detroit and St. Clair; 5. Georgian Bay; 6. Lake Michigan; 7. Lake Superior; 8. Lake Superior, Continued; 9. Lake Superior, Concluded; 10. Muskoka and Other Lakes - Highlands of Ontario. Some ofthe illustrations: "Shooting Lachine Rapids, St. Lawrence River, Canada" : coloured photo of a paddle steamer, opp.p.25, "Military College and City o f Kingston" : b&w photo opp.p.39, "Yachting - Toronto Bay" : coloured photo, opp.p.47, "Regatta Race - Oliphant, Lake Huron" : b&w photo opp.p.89, "Onthe Lake - Collingwood" : a coloured photo of a small gaff-rigged boat opp .p.103, "Docks - Collingwood" : a coloured photo with several large vessels, opp.p.105, "Owen Sound Harbour, Georgian Bay" : b&w photo with several large vessels, opp.p.89, "Ojibway Indians Canoeing" : a coloured photo, opp.p.151, "Queen Victoria Rock, Muskoka" : a coloured photo with several canoes, opp.p.177, "Couchiching Park, Orillia" : a coloured photo with canoeist and his lady friend, opp.p.181. Some light edgewear, binding a little slack,a few small stains to spine, else very good. With Christmas 1910 gift insc ription. 75.00

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94 Canada -- Quebec]. Natural Resources of Quebec. Revised Edition.
Department of the Interior, Ottawa, 1929, 
[Canada -- Quebec]. Natural Resources of Quebec. Ottawa : Department of theInterior, 1929. Revised Edition. Pp. (2),3-132, folding map frontispiece. Illustrated. 8vo, decorated brown card covers with black lettering to frontcover, blank spine. Contents: 1. The Province Old in Story: Discovery by C artier -- Early French Explorers -- The Seven Years' War -- Relics of Feudal France. 2. The Land and the People: Some introductory facts -- Physical features -- Gaspe and the Eastern Townships -- Laurentian Plateau -- Waterways -- St. Lawrence system -- Port of Montreal -- Rivers -- Railways -- Roads -- Quebec system -- Climate -- Population -- The Habitant -- Government -- Municipalities -- Educational system -- Council of Public Instruction -- Public Schools -- Higher education -- Bilingual system. 3. Agriculture: Statistics -- Rural population -- Systems of farming -- Government assistance to agriculture -- Demonstration Farms -- Schools for Farmers -- Field crops-- Oats in Quebec -- Flax -- Tobacco -- Maple Sugar -- Market gardening -- Fruit -- Small Fruits -- Bee-keeping -- Live Stock -- Poultry -- Fur Farmi ng -- Dairying -- Statistics Co-operative Marketing. 4. Forests: Statistics-- Forest areas -- Forest wealth -- Classification of timber lands -- Fore st and Wood-using Industries -- Pulp and Paper -- Allied industries -- Forest administration -- School of Forestry -- School for paper-makers -- Ranger's school -- Forest reserves -- Fire prevention -- Co-operative Protectiveassociations -- Reforestation. 5. Minerals: Potentialities -- Value of pro duction -- Principal minerals, location and statistics -- Clay products -- Building materials -- Mining laws -- Table of mineral production. 6. Water-Powers: resources of Quebec -- Developed water-powers -- Montreal, Quebec, Eastern Townships, St. Maurice, Hull and Lake St. John Districts -- Pulp and paper installations -- Quebec Streams Commission -- Leases of water-powers. 7. Fisheries and Game: Early industry -- Commercial importance -- Statistics -- Salt-water fisheries -- Cod, Herring, etc. -- Inland Fisheries -- Hunting and Angling -- Leases of Privileges -- Fishing regulations -- License fees -- Hunting Big Game -- Regulations -- Fur Industry -- Royalties -- Fur farming. 8. Manufactures: Labour supply -- Basis of industries -- Leading industries -- Statistics of manufactures -- Foreign markets. 9. Settlement Areas: Statistics -- Abitibi -- The Soil, etc. -- Timiskaming -- Matapedia -- Lake St. John -- Temiscouata -- Chaleur Bay -- Labelle -- Eastern Townships . 10. New Quebec or Ungava: Agriculture -- Climate -- Timber -- Minerals -- Fisheries, sea and inland -- Furs -- Water Powers. Appendices: I. List of Pulp and Paper Mills. II. List of Developed Water-Powers. With index.Library stamp verso map, else very good. 25.00

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95 Canada Steamship Lines Canada Steamship Lines - Song Book.
Canada Steamship Lines, 1934, 
(Canada Steamship Lines). Song Book. (Montreal) : Canada Steamship Lines, n.d. [ca.1930s]. Pp [1]-26,(2). Double Column, 8vo, illustrated white stapled card covers. Canada Steamship Lines, Express Package Freight Steamers from The Saguenay to the Head of the Lakes. A collection of 93 songs and hymns, including “Rivers of Romance” by Clarence J. Crilley, written “in response to the Canada Steamship Lines' offer of a cash prize for the best theme song to be dedicated to their travel film “Rivers of Romance.” (p. 6). Covers a bit browned, else very good. 25.00

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96 CANADA-DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL HEALTH AND WELFARE) Public Health Engineering Division. Survey Report Effects of Pollution Saint John River. ex-lib.
Public Health Engineering Division, Department of National Health and Welfare, 1961, 
(CANADA-DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL HEALTH AND WELFARE). Survey Report Effects of Pollution Saint John River New Brunswick and Maine 1960. (Ottawa): Public Health Engineering Division, Department of National Health and Welfare, 1961. Pp 105, 9 folding charts. 4to, printed card covers. Ex-library (pouch, adhesive remains, blindstamp, inkstamps), tape-repaired chipped spine, rubbed, else vg. 20.00

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97 Canadian Hydrographic Service Canadian Tide and Current Tables / Tables des marées et courants du Canada.[6 vols in 2].
Canadian Hydrographic Service / Service hydrographique du Canada, Ottawa , 1971, 
(Canadian Hydrographic Service). Canadian Tide and Current Tables / Tables des marées et courants du Canada. [6 vols in 2]. Ottawa : Canadian Hydrographic Service / Service hydrographique du Canada, (1971-1972). Pp [1]-79,(1);[1]-63,[1];[1]-55,(1);[1]-59,(1); [1]-91,(1);[1]-83,(1). Maps. Large 8vo, [1] blue card covers with blue cloth tape spine, [2] red card covers with red cloth tape spine. Atlantic Coast / Cote Atlantique (Vols. 1-4). Volume 1: Atlantic Coast and Bay of Fundy / Cote de l'Atlantique et baie de Fundy. Volume 2 : Gulf of St. Lawrence / Golfe Saint-Laurent. Volume 3 : St. Lawr ence and Saguenay Rivers / Fleuve Saint-Laurent et rivière Saguenay. Volume4 : Arctic and Hudson Bay / L'Arctique et la baie d'Hudson. Pacific Coast (Vols. 5-6). Volume 5 : Juan de Fuca and Georgia Straits. Volume 6 : Barkley Sound and Discovery Passage to Dixon Entrance. Numbers stamped to front covers, and numbers penned to front covers and spines, rubbed and creased, cloth tape peeling from bottom spine of second volume, else very good. The set for 50.00

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98 Canals - British Canals Book 1978
Link House Holdings, Croyden, 1977, 
(Canals). The Canals Book 1978. Croyden : Link House Holdings, 1977. Pp 1-136. Illustrated. Maps. Oblong 8vo, illustrated card covers. “Pick your holiday cruise from more than 2000 miles of canals and rivers in England, Scotland and Wales!' - from the front cover. Tear to top spine, rubbed and some edgewear, a couple of loose leaves, else good to very good. 15.00

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99 CARMAN, Bliss Far Horizons. First Canadian Edition
McClelland & Stewart, 1925, 
CARMAN, Bliss. Far Horizons. Toronto : McClelland & Stewart, (1925). Pp. (8),vii-x,(2),1-85,(5). Decorated endpapers. 8vo, blue cloth with gilt lettering and decoration to front, lettering to spine. Watters p.36, Spadoni & Donnelly 783. This collection includes the following poems: "Miraloma", "Lordof the Far Horizons", "A Mirage of the Plains", "St George's In the Pines" , "Song of the Kicking Horse", "Down the Pass", "David Thompson", "Manachaban", "The Place of Vision", "The Truce of the Manitou", "Word from the Moccasin Trail", "Traveller's Joy", "Materia Medica", "In the Okanagan", "Kaleeden Road", "Vancouver", "Victoria", "Malahat", "Rivers of Canada", "Manzanitas", "The Moon Symbol", "The Thunder Bird", "Tecumseh and the Eagles", "The Return of the Mayflower", "The Green Scarab", "Bells of Ys", "The Good Priest of Gourin", "The Queen of the Angels", "The Brothers of St. Francis", "The Preacher", "My Teachers", "Lady's Slipper", "Twilight in Eden", "The Voice in the Garden", "Prayers to the Archangels", "The Messengers", "Revelation", "Sanctuary", "Shamballah", and "The Spring Call of Wawa". Boards lightly rubbed, some dustiness to upper right corner of first few leaves, elsevery good. 35.00

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100 CARMAN, Bliss Far Horizons. First Canadian Edition in dustjacket
McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1925, 
CARMAN, Bliss. Far Horizons. Toronto : McClelland & Stewart, (1925). Pp. (8),vii-x,(2),1-85,(5). Decorated endpapers. 8vo, blue cloth with gilt lettering and decoration to front, lettering to spine. Watters p.36, Spadoni & Donnelly 783. This collection includes the following poems: "Miraloma", "Lordof the Far Horizons", "A Mirage of the Plains", "St George's In the Pines" , "Song of the Kicking Horse", "Down the Pass", "David Thompson", "Manachaban", "The Place of Vision", "The Truce of the Manitou", "Word from the Moccasin Trail", "Traveller's Joy", "Materia Medica", "In the Okanagan", "Kaleeden Road", "Vancouver", "Victoria", "Malahat", "Rivers of Canada", "Manzanitas", "The Moon Symbol", "The Thunder Bird", "Tecumseh and the Eagles", "The Return of the Mayflower", "The Green Scarab", "Bells of Ys", "The Good Priest of Gourin", "The Queen of the Angels", "The Brothers of St. Francis", "The Preacher", "My Teachers", "Lady's Slipper", "Twilight in Eden", "The Voice in the Garden", "Prayers to the Archangels", "The Messengers", "Revelation", "Sanctuary", "Shamballah", and "The Spring Call of Wawa". Owner's signature, else very good in poor, worn dj. 45.00

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