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81 CROSS, Michael (ed.). McCARTHY, D'Alton SINCLAIR, Peter R. HORN, Michiel Canadian Historical Review. Volume 54, No. 4, December 1973
University of Toronto Press, Toronto , 1973, 
CROSS, Michael (ed.). The Canadian Historical Review. Volume LIV, No. 4, December 1973. Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 1973. Pp (2),[369]-492,[i]-x. 8vo, white card covers, printed in red and black. Contents : 1. "D'Alton McCarthy. Equal Rights, and the Origins of the Manitoba School Question” (by J.R. Miller). 2. “Frank Underhill's Early Drafts of the Regina Manifesto 1933” (by Michiel Horn). 3. “The Saskatchewan CCF: Ascent to Power andthe Decline of Socialism” (by Peter R. Sinclair). Plus book reviews and re gular features. Very good. For the issue 15.00

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82 Crowsnest Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 13, No. 04, February, 1961
Roger Duhamel, Ottawa , 1961, 
(Crowsnest). The Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 13, No. 4, February, 1961. (Ottawa : Roger Duhamel, 1961). Pp 1-[28]. Illustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated black and white stapled wrappers. Contents : RCN News Review; Death of Admiral Spencer; Iroquois Badge Comes Home; Jubilee Year in Atlantic Command; Officers and Men; Weddings and Births; The Last Midshipman; Science and the Navy; Afloat and Ashore; Here and There in the RCN; Books for the Sailor; Letters to the Editor; The Navy Plays; Retirements; Family Portrait; Naval Lore Corner No. 90. Cover photo of the prefabricated bow section of the destroyer escort Saskatchewan being swung into place at the Victoria Machinery Depot Limited, Victoria, B.C. Rubbed, else very good. 20.00

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83 Crowsnest Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 13, No. 04, February, 1961
Roger Duhamel, Ottawa , 1961, 
(Crowsnest). The Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 13, No. 4, February, 1961. (Ottawa : Roger Duhamel, 1961). Pp 1-[28]. Illustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated black and white stapled wrappers. Contents : RCN News Review; Death of Admiral Spencer; Iroquois Badge Comes Home; Jubilee Year in Atlantic Command; Officers and Men; Weddings and Births; The Last Midshipman; Science and the Navy; Afloat and Ashore; Here and There in the RCN; Books for the Sailor; Letters to the Editor; The Navy Plays; Retirements; Family Portrait; Naval Lore Corner No. 90. Cover photo of the prefabricated bow section of the destroyer escort Saskatchewan being swung into place at the Victoria Machinery Depot Limited, Victoria, B.C. Rubbed, inkstamps, mailing label, else very good. 18.00

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84 Crowsnest Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 15, No. 03, March, 1963
Roger Duhamel, Ottawa , 1963, 
(Crowsnest). The Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 15, No. 3, March, 1963. (Ottawa : Roger Duhamel, 1963). Pp 1-28. Illustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated white stapled wrappers. Contents : RCN News Review; Hold Down; Officers and Men; Private Car Rules Changed; HMCS Saskatchewan; Sou-wester; Afloat and Ashore; Knotty Problems; Science and the Navy; Fleet Support; Books for the Sailor; Lower Deck Promotions; Naval Lore Corner No. 114. Cover photo of the Red Ensign being lowered and the White Ensign being hoisted at the commissioning of HMCS Saskatchewan. Inside front cover photo of HMCS Saskatchewan. Rubbed, mailing label, else very good. 20.00

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85 Crowsnest Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 15, No. 03, March, 1963
Roger Duhamel, Ottawa , 1963, 
(Crowsnest). The Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 15, No. 3, March, 1963. (Ottawa : Roger Duhamel, 1963). Pp 1-28. Illustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated white stapled wrappers. Contents : RCN News Review; Hold Down; Officers and Men; Private Car Rules Changed; HMCS Saskatchewan; Sou-wester; Afloat and Ashore; Knotty Problems; Science and the Navy; Fleet Support; Books for the Sailor; Lower Deck Promotions; Naval Lore Corner No. 114. Cover photo of the Red Ensign being lowered and the White Ensign being hoisted at the commissioning of HMCS Saskatchewan. Inside front cover photo of HMCS Saskatchewan. Rubbed, penned initials, else very good. 20.00

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86 Crowsnest Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 15, No. 03, March, 1963
Roger Duhamel, Ottawa , 1963, 
(Crowsnest). The Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 15, No. 3, March, 1963. (Ottawa : Roger Duhamel, 1963). Pp 1-28. Illustrated. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated white stapled wrappers. Contents : RCN News Review; Hold Down; Officers and Men; Private Car Rules Changed; HMCS Saskatchewan; Sou-wester; Afloat and Ashore; Knotty Problems; Science and the Navy; Fleet Support; Books for the Sailor; Lower Deck Promotions; Naval Lore Corner No. 114. Cover photo of the Red Ensign being lowered and the White Ensign being hoisted at the commissioning of HMCS Saskatchewan. Inside front cover photo of HMCS Saskatchewan. Rubbed, mailing label, number in black marker to front cover, inkstamp, else very good. 18.00

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87 Crowsnest Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 16, No. 02, February, 1964.
Roger Duhamel, Ottawa , 1964, 
(Crowsnest). The Crowsnest : The Royal Canadian Navy's Magazine. Vol. 16, No. 2, February, 1964. (Ottawa : Roger Duhamel, 1964). Pp 1-28. Illustrated.Triple Column. 4to, illustrated white stapled wrappers. Contents : RCN New s Review; Long Way Round; Officers and Men; Weddings and Births; World's Fair Cookery; The Use of Ships; Papal Audience; Science and the Navy; A Tribute; Afloat and Ashore; Here and There in the RCN; Home from the Sea; Books for the Sailor; The Navy Plays; Letters to the Editor; Retirements; Naval Lore Corner No. 124. Cover photo of ships of the Fifth Canadian Escort Squadron, the Columbia and Gatineau, are shown dressed overall, with two German sailing vessels in the foreground. Inside front cover photo of HMCS Saskatchewan. Rubbed, staple and marked letters to top front cover, else very good. 20.00

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88 DANSON, Andrew Face Kao : Portraits of Japanese Canadians Interned During WWII . First Edition
Andrew Danson and HpF Press, 1996, ISBN:0969950225 
DANSON, Andrew. Face Kao : Portraits of Japanese Canadians Interned During WWII. N.pl.: (Andrew Danson and HpF Press, 1996). First Printing. Pp (112) unpaginated. Illustrated. Oblong 8vo [240mx 190 mm], photo-illustrated white card covers, lettered in black, in a plain black dustjacket with a cut-out window. Andrew Danson, (b. 1945, Bournemouth, England) is a Canadian. Fifty b&w photos and some short texts. Principally of persons interned or relocated in camps in British Columbia. A few relocated in other provinces : Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, & Ontario. Very good in dustjacket. 25.00

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Strange Tales of Canada.  2nd printing in dustjacket, Signed, DARIOS, Louise GERRY, Philippa C.
89 DARIOS, Louise GERRY, Philippa C. Strange Tales of Canada. 2nd printing in dustjacket, Signed
McGraw-Hill Ryerson Limited, 1972, ISBN:0770001998 1972 0770001998 / 9780770001995 
DARIOS, Louise. Strange Tales of Canada. Translation by Philippa C. Gerry. Toronto : McGraw-Hill Ryerson Limited, (1972). Second Printing. Pp. 162. 8vo, blue cloth, silver lettering to spine.

Louise Darios (b. Paris), singer and comedienne.

"A tradition, a saying, a beliet, or a news item has inspired a tale from every Canadian province for this folk collection. It will attract readers of social history and folklore; its intrigue and drama will draw those of any age who like a gripping story. The sublet matter is as varied as Canada itself. A tale of love and the miraculous is ihe Letter of Jesus, from Newfoundland.There Is humour, as in The Witch (who happened to be Scottish), from Ontario, and Indian legend (The Sea-Serpent's Vertebra, from British Columbia).

In Strange Tales of Canada Louise Darios explores the legends and secrets ot such national groups as the French, English, Irish, Scottish and Ukrainian, as well as Indian and Eskimo. In studying the peoples of Canada and their ways of living, this distinguished folk artist has given us a fresh and intriguing look at legends ol Canada." - from the dj.

With stories from each province, including The Secular Mass (Nova Scotia) [in an Acadian village], The Seventh Son of a Seventh Son (New Brunswick), The Good Shipwreck (Prince Edward Island) and The Letter of Jesus (Newfoundland).

Ontario: The Witch
British Columbia: The Sea-Serpent's Vertebra
Yukon & Northwest Territories: The Caribou of Heaven
Québec: The Iliac Passion.
Manitoba: The Wind's Mask
Alberta: The Three Suns
Saskatchewan: Freedom! Precious Freedom!

Dampstaining to the top four inches of the spine, faint foxing to top edge, else very good in dustjacket. Author's signed gift inscription to the title page. 30.00

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90 DAWSON, Geo. F. The S.A.R.M. Story : Sixty Years of Progress. First Edition
Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities, Regina, 1965, 1965 
DAWSON, Geo. F. The S.A.R.M. Story : "Sixty Years of Progress". Regina : The Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities, March, 1965. First Edition. Pp (2),3-142,(2),+ 2 folding b&w photos. With 87 b&w photos as well as other illustrations in the text. 8vo, white map-illustrated stapled cardcovers, lettered in red.

Arora, The Saskatchewan Bibliography 1213.

S.A.R.M. = Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities.

George F. Dawson.

1. The First Quarter-Century.
2. Officers, Executive and Affiliated Organizations.
3. Problems : Progress - Achievements - Unsolved.
4. Trading Activities : The Municipal Service Bureau; The Stationery Supplies Committee.
5. Rural Municipal Secretary Treasurers.
6. Kippers and Coffins : The Saga of the Depression.
7. The S.A.R..M. and Its War Effort.
8. Interesting or Amusing Notes.
9. Reorganization of Local Government : Municipality or County;
The Local Government Conference;
The Local Government Continuing Committee;
The S.A.R.M. Brief on Reorganization;
The Local Government Advisory Council.
10. The Last Thirty-Five Years : From the Hungry Thirties to the Successful Sixties.
11. Conclusion - The Future?
Appendix.

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91 DAWSON, George F. Municipal System of Saskatchewan
Department of Municipal Affairs, Regina, 1978, 
(DAWSON, George F.). The Municipal System of Saskatchewan. [Regina, Sask.) : Published by the Department of Municipa Affairs, n.d. [ca. 1978]. Pp (2),[1]-45,(1). 4to, orange side-stapled card covers, lettered in black. "The Municipal System of Saskatchewan" was first published in 1947, and re-printed in 1952 and 1955 as a means of providing information on our system of local government. In 1968, the original manuscript was revised and updated andpublished in its present form. Since that time, revisions have been made i n several sections to reflect changes in legislation affecting local government." (From he Foreword). Contents : Foreword. 1. Saskatchewan. 2. Histoory. 3. Then and Now. 4. Organization. 5. Services. 6. Department of Municipal Affairs. Penned note, else very good. 18.00

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92 DAWSON, Robert MacGregor, (ed.). Development of Dominion Status 1900-1936. First Edition
Oxford University Press, London / New York / Toronto, 1937, 
DAWSON, Robert MacGregor, (ed.). The Development of Dominion Status 1900-1936. London / New York / Toronto : Oxford University Press, 1937. First Edition. Pp (2),[i]-xiv,[1]-466,(2). 8vo, black cloth, gilt lettering to spine,top edge dyed black. Robert MacGregor Dawson (b. March 1, 1895, Bridgewate r, Nova Scotia - d. July 16, 1958, Bridgewater, Nova Scotia). Contents : Part I : Introduction - The Development of Dominion Status 1900-36. Part II :Formal and Informal Documents. Section I: The Period Before the War, 1900- 14. Section II: The War and the Peace Treaty, 1914-20. Section III: The Period of Tentative Centralization 1920-2. Section IV: The Period of Decentralization, 1922-6. Section V: The Period of Equal Status, 1926-36. Index FullTable of Contents : Part I: Introduction. The Development of Dominon Statu s, 1900-36. I. The Period before the War, 1900-14. II. The War and the Peace Treaty, 1914-20. III. The Period of Tentative Centralization, 1920-2. IV.The Period of Decentralization, 1922-6. V. The Period of Equal Status, 192 6-36. Part II: Forrmal and Infomal Documents. Section I. The Peroid Before the War, 199-14. A. Dominion Attitudes Towads Impeial Affairs. 1. Canada:. (a) Canada and British Wars, Can. H. of C. Debates 1900. (b) The French-Canadian in the British Empire, Henri Bourassa in The Monthly Review, October 1902. (c) Canadian Naval Policy, infra, sub-section. B3(b). 2. Australia: The Australian View, The Round Table, June 1914. 3. South Africa: The Ministerial Crisis in South Africa, The Round Table, March 1913. 4. New Zealand: The New Government in New Zealand, The Round Table, December 1912. B. Imperial Co-operation. 1. Co-operation with the Dominions. (a) 'The Problem of Imperial Defence', The Round Table, May 1911. (b) 'Downing Street', The Round Table, September 1913. 2. The Imperial Conference.. (a) Report of the Imperial Conference, 1907, Pari. Pap. (G. Britain), 1907, Cd. 3523. (b) Reportof the Imperial Conference, 1911, Pari. Pap. (G. Britain), 1911, Cd. 5741. 3. The Committee of Imperial Defence. (a) Dispatch regarding Dominion Repr esentation on the Committee, London Times, 1913. (b) Canadian Naval Policy and the Committee, Can. H. of C. Debates, 1912. Section II. The war and thepeace Treaty, 1914-20. A. Imperial Relation During the War, 1914-18. 1. Re port of Canadian Privy Council on the Requisitioning of Canadian Ships, 1917, P.C. 3189. 2. The Imperial War Cabinet, The Round Table, June 1917. 3. The Imperial War Conferences. (a) Announcement of the Colonial Secretary, Brit. H. of C. Debates, 191. (b) Report of the Imperial War Conference, 1917,Pari. Pap. (G. Britain), 1917, Cd. 8566. (c) Report of the Imperial War Co nference, 1918, Pari. Pap. (G. Britain), 1918, Cd. 9177. 4. Memorandum of the Dominion Ministers on Empire Naval Defence, 1918, Can. H. of C Debates, 1920. B. The Peace Conference and the Peace Treaty, 1918-20. 1. Correspondence and Documents regarding the Representation of the Dominions at the Peace Conference, Can. Sess. Papers, 1919, No. 41J. 2. Correspondence between Canada and the United Kingdom regarding Ratification of the Peace Treaty, Can. Sess. Papers, 1919, No. 41J. 3. Speech of Sir Robert Borden on the Treaty of Peace with Germany, Can. H. of C. Debates, 1919. 4. Speech of Rt. Hon.W. M. Hughes on the Treaty of Peace with Germany, Aus. H. of R. Debates, 1 919. C. The Formation of the League of Nations, 1919. 1. The League Covenant. 2. Declaration respecting the Interpretation of Article IV of the Covenant, Can. H. of C Debates, 1919. D. The Decision to Appoint a Canadian Minister to the United States, 1920. Announcement by the British Government, Brit. H. of C. Debates, 1920. Section III. ThePeroid of Tentative Centraliztion, 1920-2. A. The Comference of Prime Ministers,1921. 1. The Imperial PeaceCabinet, London Times, 1920. 2. Report of the Conference of Prime Minister s, 1921, Pari. Pap. (G. Britain), 1921, Cmd. 1474. 3. Speech of Rt. Hon. Arthur Meighen at the Conference, Montreal Gazette, 1921. 4. Statement of Rt.Hon. D. Lloyd George on the Foreign Relations of the Empire, Brit. H. of C . Debates, 1921. 5. Imperial Cabinet or Imperial Conference?, J. W. Dafoe in Manitoba Free Press, 1925. B. The Washington Conference on the Limitationof Armament, 1921-2. 1. Correspondence respecting Dominion Representation at the Conference, Can. Sess. Papers, 1922, No. 47A. 2. Report of Sir Robert Borden, Can. Sess. Papers, 1922, No. 47. 3. Report of Sir John Salmond, N.Z. H. of R. Journals, 1922, Appendix, Vol. I, A-5. C. The Establishment ofthe Irish Free State, 1921. Articles of Agreement between Great Britain an d Ireland, 1921, Brit. Statutes, 12 Geo. V, c. 1. Section IV. ThePeroid of Decentralization, 1922-6. A. The Chanak Incident, 1922. 1. The ' Inquiry' and the Response. (a) The ' Inquiry', London Times, 1922. (b) The Response (1) Montreal Gazette, 1922. (1) Montreal Gazette, 1922. (2) The Government'sReply, Toronto Globe, 1922. (3) Criticism by the Leader of the Opposition, Montreal Gazette, 1922. 2. Newspaper Comment. (a) Montreal Gazette, 1922. (b) Manitoba Free Press, 1922. 3. Account by the Canadian Prime Minister ofthe Chanak Incident, Can. H. of C. Debates, 1923. 4. Chanak, J. W. Dafoe i n Manitoba Free Press, 1925. 5. Australia and Chanak, Aus. H. of R. Debates, 1923. B. The Canadian Effort to Secure Modification of Article X of The League Covenant, 1922-3. Report of the Canadian Delegates to the Fourth Assembly, Can. Sess. Papers, 1924, No. 35. C. The Halibut Fisheries Treaty, 1923. Correspondence regarding the Treaty, Can. Sess. Papers, 1923, No. IIIa. D. The Treaty of Lausanne, 1922-4. 1. Explanation of the Canadian Attitude by the Prime Minister, Can. H. of C. Debates, 1924. 2. Telegrams omitted from above Extract, Can. Sess. Papers, 1924, No. 232.. E. The Imperial Conference,. 1923. 1. Report of the Imperial Conference, 1923, Pari. Pap. (G. Britain), 1923, Cmd. 1987. 2. 'Did the Imperial Conference Fail?', J. W. Dafoein McLean's Magazine, January 1924. 3. Treaty Powers of Dominion Governmen ts, Can. H. of C. Debates, 1924. 4. Debate on the Treaty Resolutions, Can. H. of C. Debates, 1926. F. Recognition of Soviet Russia and the Russian Treaties, 1924. The Position of Australia, Journal of the Parliaments of the Empire, October 1924. G. The Inter-Allied Conference on the Dawes Report, 1924. 1. Correspondence between the British and Canadian Governments, Can. Sess. Papers, 1924, No. 309. 2. Discussion in the British House of Commons, Brit. H. of C. Debates, 1924. H. Inter-Imperial Communication, 1924-5. Correspondence regarding the proposed Imperial Conference, 1924, Pari. Pap. (G. Britain), 1925, Cmd. 2301. I. The Appointment of an Irish Minister to the United States, 1924. The Position of the Minister from the Irish Free State,Pari. Pap. (G. Britain), 1924, Cmd. 2202. J. The Registration of the Anglo -Irish Agreement With the League of Nations,1924. Correspondence with the Secretary-General of the League, League of Nations (Treaty Series), 1924, vol. 27. K. The Treaty of Locarno, 1925. 1. Debate in the British House of Commons, Brit. H. of C. Debates, 1925. 2. Attitude of the Canadian Government, Can. H. of C. Debates, 1927. 3. Attitude of the Imperial Conference, 1926(cf. infra, Section V, A. 3. 4. 'The British Empire and the Locarno Agreem ent', The Round Table, December 1925. Section V. The Peroid of Equal Status, 1926-36. A. The Imperial Conference, 1926. 1. 'The Constitutional Problem', The Round Table, September 1926. 2. Opening Speech of the Prime Ministerof South Africa, Pari. Pap. (G. Britain), 1927, Cmd. 2769. 3. Report of th e Imperial Conference, 1926, Pari. Pap. (G. Britain), 1926, Cmd. 2768. 4. The Treaty Power and the Dominions, Can. H. of C. Debates, 1927. 5. Lord Balfour on the Report of the Conference, Journal of the Royal Institute of International Affairs, July 1927. B. International and InteImperial Relations,1927-36. 1. Election of Canada to the Council of the League of Nations, 19 27, London Times, 1927. 2. Appointment of a British High Commissioner, 1928, Montreal Gazette, 1928. 3. The Kellogg Treaty for the Renunciation of War, 1928. (a) The Invitations to the Dominions, London Times, 1928. (b) The Acceptance by South Africa, London Times, 1928. 4. The Limitation and Reduction of Naval Armaments, 1930, Can. H. of C. Debates, 1930. 5. Recognition of the Government of the Spanish Republic, 1931, Can. H. of C. Debates, 1931. 6. Appeals to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council. (a) The Case for Discontinuing Appeals, J. S. Ewart in Queen's Quarterly, Summer, 1930.. (b) The Case for Appeals, G. H. Sedgewick in Queen's Quarterly, Summer, 1930. (c) Moore v. Attorney-General of the Irish Free State, J935> S1 Times Law Reports. C. Report of the Conference on the Operations of Dominion Legislation and Merchant Shipping Legislation,1929. D. The Imperial Conference, 1930. Report of the Imperial Conference, 1930. E. The Statute of Westimater,1931. 1. The Statute of Westminster, 1931, Brit. Statutes, 22 Geo. V, c. 4 . 2. Speech of Hon. P. McGilligan on the Statute, I.F.S. Ddil Debates, 1931. 3. The Irish Free State and the Statute, cf. supra, sub-section B. 6 (c),and infra, sub-section H. 1. F. Formal Action by the Crown on Dominion Adv ice, 1931-6. 1. Announcement by the Government of the Irish Free State, Irish Times, 1931. 2. The Status of the Union Act, £. Afr. Statutes, 1934, No.69. 3. The Royal Executive Functions and Seals Act, S. Afr. Statutes, 1934 , No. 70. 4. Status of South Africa, W. P. M. Kennedy in The University of Toronto Law Journal, Lent Term, 1935. G. Secession and Neutrrality, 1920-36. 1. Speech of Rt. Hon. A. Bonar Law on the Government of Ireland Bill, Brit. H. of C. Debates, 1920. 2. The Right of Secession. (a) South Africa, S.A. Ass. Debates, 1930. (b) Irish Free State, cf. infra, sub-section H. 4. 3.The Neutrality of the Dominions in Empire Wars, S.A. Ass. Debates, 1928. 4 . The Dominions and the League of Nations, New York Times, 1936. H. The Irish Free State And the Empire, 1931-6. 1. Debate on the Statute of Westminster Bill, Brit. H. of C. Debates, 1931. 2. Correspondence regarding the Parliamentary Oath of Allegiance and the Land Purchase Annuities, Pari. Pap. (G. Britain), 1932, Cmd. 4056. 3. Correspondence between the Irish Free Stateand other Dominions on the Anglo-Irish Dispute, 1932. (a) Australia, Londo n Times, 1932. (b) South Africa, London Times, 1932. 4. The Position of theIrish Free State in the Empire. (a) Statement by the Secretary of State fo r the Dominions, Brit. H. of C. Debates, 1933. (b) Correspondence between the Governments of Great Britain and the Irish Free State, Brit, H. of C. Debates, 1933. 5. Amendments to the Constitution, 1936, cf. infra, SubsectionI.2. I. The Abdication of king Edward VIII, 1936. 1. The Declaration of Ab dication Act, London Times, 1936. 2. Amendments to the Constitution of the Irish Free State, London Times, 1936. Index. Robert MacGregor Dawson (1895-1958) was a Canadian political scientist and academic, born in Bridgewater,Nova Scotia. In 1921, he started teaching at Dalhousie University before l eaving to teach at the Carnegie Institute of Technology and Rutgers University. In 1928, he returned to Canada as head of the Political Science department at the University of Saskatchewan. In 1937, he started teaching at theUniversity of Toronto. In 1975, he was named a Persons of National Histori c Significance. Corners bumped, penned name, small black stains to gutter at Preface, else very good. 50.00

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93 de VILLIERS, Marc Canadian Geographic, Vol. 117, No.5 GRADY, Wayne MARTY, Sid Beacon of Burlington. An article in Canadian Geographic, Vol.117, No.5, September/October 1997
Canadian Geographic, Vanier, Ontario, 1997, 
de VILLIERS, Marc. "The beacon of Burlington." An article on a weather router (who guides sailors through the unpredictable Atlantic) in Canadian Geographic, Vol.117, No.5, September/October 1997, pp 74-77. Vanier, Ontario : Canadian Geographic, 1997. Pp [1]-100. Illustrated. Double column. Large 8vo, illustrated wrappers. Also, Terry Johnson's “Twilight of a prairie icon”(pp 28-37); Michael Smith and Mary Vincent's “Tanking a killer coolant” [C FC's] (pp 40-44); Wayne Grady's “Toronto's war on termites” (pp 46-52); Pauline Comeau's “Dangerous liaisons” [polar bears] (pp 56-60); Sid Marty's “The brine of life” [Saskatchewan's salt marshes] (pp 62-72). Very good to fine. For the issue 5.00

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94 DENNY, Cecil E., Sir CAMERON, W.B., ed. RUTHERFORD, A.C., Hon., foreword Law Marches West. First Edition in dustjacket
J.M. Dent and Sons (Canada) Ltd, Toronto, 1939, 
DENNY, Sir Cecil E. The Law Marches West. Edited and arranged by W.B. Cameron, with a foreword by Hon. A.C. Rutherford. Toronto : J.M. Dent and Sons (Canada) Ltd, (1939). First Edition. Pp (6),vii-xvi,1319,(1),+ portrait frontispiece + 13 plates + folding map. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt RNWMP crest on front board, gilt lettering to spine.. Map end-papers. Peel, 979 [3677], Watters p.491, Rhodenizer p.649, Johnson, The Blackfeet: An Annotated Bibliography 191; Smith, Pacific Northwest Americana 2410, Arora, The Saskatchewan Bibliography 1238. Not in Hackett, South African War Books: An Illustrated Bibliography. "Few periods in the history of canada hold the glamour, the romance, the adventure of the early days of the West. Too often has this beenpresented to us second-hand. Rarely is it possible to re-create the living West in its beginnings through the eyes of an onlooker, but this volume do es it for us: the author wasone of the original officers of the Royal North-West Mounted Police sent in 1874 to establish law and order and to make the land for the eraly settler. From the carefully kept record of events day by day, Mr Cameron has woven a valuable, engrossing, and authentiuc accountof the transformation of Canada's great hinterland from lawless wilderness to peaceful, law-abiding, and progressive provinces." from front flap of d ustjacket. Chapters : 1. A Challenge and the Answer; 2. En Route and a WildNight wiuth the Elements; 3. 1874: The Famous March of the North-West Moun ted Police ; 4. Whoop-Up and the Whisky Traders; 5. Fort MacLeod: A Merry Christmas - A Black New Year; 6. An Interrupted Card game and a Slump in Spirits; 7. A Battle with Boreas; 8. Establishing Fort Walsh [Saskatchewan; 9.Fort Calgary on the Map; 10. Tobacco with the Compliments of the Sioux; 11 . The Blackfoot Treaty of 1877; 12. The Blackfoot Treaty - continued; 13. Sitting Bull Crosses the Line; 14. Farming and Stock-Raising Follow the Law;15. Murder at Walsh: Constable Grayburn Ambushed; 16. The Blackfeet People Settle for a Dead Cree; 17. Belly River Claims a Victim; 18. Lord Lorne Se es the West [Marquis of Lorne]; 19. 'Dickie' (Dickens's Son) Tangles with Bull Elk [Francis Dickens , 1844-1886]]; 20. Old Man's River Swallows a Town[Macleod, Fort Macleod]; 21. A Brutal Murder and Calgary's First Hanging; 22. Border Raids Create an International Problem; 23. Handling Treaty Seven's Seven Thousand Indians; 24. The North-West Rebellion of 1885; 25. Keeping the Peace amonmg the Southern Indians; 26. Rapid Development of the North-West; 27. The Mormons Come to Canada; 28. A Wierd Story of Gold and Guilt;29. The North-West Council Requests Widened Authority; 30. Scope of Police Duties Steadily Extended; 31. The Territories Secure Parliamentary Represe ntation; 32. The "Short Cut" to the klondyke: A Tragic Record; 33. The Indian Trades His Scalping-Knife for a Plough; 34. The North-West Mounted Police in the South African War; 35. Northern Indians Admitted to Treaty; 36. Peace River - and the End of the Trail. With index. Name, else very good in dustjacket with a Stanley Turner illustration (dustjacket nicked, chipped atlightly sunned spine and with a surface tear to rear panel affecting ten o r so words; all now protected in brodart protector]. Nice copy. 200.00

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95 Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment. Report of the Work of the Invalided Soldiers' Commission, Canada, May, 1918
J. de L. Tache´, Ottawa, 1918, 
Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-establishment. Report of the Work of the Invalided Soldiers' Commission, Canada, May, 1918. Ottawa : J. de LaBroquerie Taché, 1918. First Edition. Pp (2),[3]-107,(5). Tables in text. 8vo, printed wraps. Contents: Introductory Letter - List of Hospitals - Summary of Accommodation - Branches of the Work - Organization - Method of Organization: Method of Organization, Organization of Institutions, Vocational Organization, Works Organization, Military Organization, Employment Organization - Procedure regarding Men Returned from Overseas - Clearing Depots - Vocational Training - Industrial Surveys - Functional Re-education - Analysis of Invalids Returned from Overseas - The Tuberculosis Situation - List of Sanatoria Used by the Commission - Projected Sanatoria and Uniformity of Treatment - Blinded Soldiers - Lip Reading for the Deaf - Permanent Homes - Recreation Centres - Food Costs and Control - The Works Branch - Grants by Provincial Governments or Public Authorities - Artificial Limbs and Minor Orthopaedic Appliances - Recurrence of Disability in Discharged Men - Treatment of Returned Officers outside of Canada - The Insane - Nervous and Mental Disabilities : Analysis - Death Rate - Provision of Employment : Provincial Commissions - Ontario and Quebec - Nova Scotia, Manitoba, British Columbia - Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan - Land Settlement - Publicity - The UnitedStates - Pensions - Accounts - Disablement Fund - Classification of Staff - Proposals for Future Development. Appendices: I. Order in Council, P.C. 433, dated 21st February, 1918; II. Order in Council, P.C. 432, dated 21st February, 1918; III. Order in Council, P.C. 434, dated 21st February, 1918; IV. Order in Council, P.C. 446, dated 23rd February, 1918; V. Order in Council, P.C. 1366, dated 22nd June, 1918. New scale of pay and allowances for men undergoing treatment or training; VI. Scale of Pensions; VII. Soldier Settlement Act; VIII. Reports of Vocational Officers : a. Ontario; b. Quebec; c. Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island; d. New Brunswick; e. British Columbia; f. Manitoba; g. Saskatchewan; h. Alberta. Some chips and tears to partly detached covers, else very good. 85.00

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96 DICK, W.J. Commission of Conservation Conservation of Coal in Canada : With Notes on the Principal Coal Mines. First Edition
1914, 1914 
DICK, W.J. Conservation of Coal in Canada. With Notes on the Principal Coal Mines. Toronto : The Bryant Press Ltd., 1914. First Edition. Pp (3),iv-xii,[1]-212 + 26 leaves plates + 2 folding maps. 8vo, maroon cloth, gilt lettering to front & spine.

A volume in the Commission of Conservation series.

Nova Scotia receives the fullest attention. (pp 33-94).

Coal Mines of Nova Scotia :
Economies effected In Mining -
Disposal of Coal Lands -
Mining Methods -
Utilization of Coal -
Generation of Power -
Coking of Coal;

Description of Principal Mines :
Dominion Coal Company:
No. 1 Colliery
No. 2 Colliery
No. 3 Colliery
No. 4 Colliery
No. 5 Colliery
No. 6 Colliery
No. 7 Colliery
No. 8 Colliery
No. 9 Colliery
No. 10 Colliery
No. 12 Colliery
No. 14 Colliery
No. 15 and No. 16 Mines
No. 21 and No. 22 Mines

Central Power Plants :
Central Power Plant, Glace Bay
New Waterford Power Plant
Betttngton Boilers

Springhill Collieries [Cumberland County]
No. 2 Mine
No. 3 Mine
By-product Coke-oven Plant

Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Company
No. 1 or Princess Colliery
No. 2 or Lloyd Colliery
No. 3 or Florence Colliery
No. 4 or Scotia Colliery
No. 5 or Queen Pit
Briquetting Plant, MacKay Mine
Inverness Railway and Coal Company
Inverness Mine
Briquetting Plant
Acadia Coal Company [Pictou County]
Albion Colliery
McGregor Mine
Acadia Mine
Allan Shafts
Central Power Plant
Intercolonial Coal Company
Drummond Mine.

Coal Mines of Saskatchewan :
Extent of Coal-fields
Bienfait Mine
Manitoba and Saskatchewan Coal Company
Western Dominion Colliery Company
Estevan Coal and Brick Company.

Coal Mines of Alberta :
Belly River Formation
Diamond Coal Company
Lethbridge Collieries
Alberta Railway and Irrigation C No. 6 Mine
No. 3 Mine
Chinook Coal Company
Royal Collieries
Canada West Coal Company
Breckenridge and Lund Coal Company
Galbraith Mine
Edmonton Formation :
Clover Bar Coal Company
Humberstone Mine
Bush Mine
Dawson Coal Company
Kootenay Formation :
Bankhead Mines
Canmore Coal Company
No. 1 Mine
No. 2 Mine

International Coal and Coke Company
McGillivray Creek Coal and Coke Company
Canadian Coal Consolidated
Old Mine
Shaft Mine
Leitch Collieries
No. 1 South Mine
No. 2 North Mine
West Canadian Collieries
Blairmore Mine
Bellevtte Mine
Lille Mine
Hillcrest Collieries
Maple Leaf Mining Company
Davenport Coal Company

4. Coal Mines of British Columbia :
Mining Methods in Crowsnest District
Hosmer Mine
Corbin Coal and Coke Company
Crowsnest Pass Coal Company
Coal Creek Collieries
Michel Collieries
Nicola Valley Coal-field :
Diamond Vale Coal Company
Inland Coal and Coke Company
Nicola Valley Coal and Coke Company
Vancouver Island Coal-field
Western Fuel Company
No. 1 Mine
Northfield Mine
Vancouver-Nanaimo Coal Company
Pacific Coast Coal Mines, Ltd
Canadian Collieries (Dunsmuir), Limited
Extension Collieries
Union Collieries

Appendix II : By-product Coke-oven Plant. Algoma Steel Company, Sauit Ste. Marie, Ont.

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97 DICKINSON, Harley D. Canadian Plains Studies, 15). Two Psychiatries : The Transformation of Psychiatric Work in Saskatchewan, 1905-1984. First Edition in dustjacket.
Canadian Plains Research Center, University of Regina, Regina, 1989, ISBN:0889770484 
DICKINSON, Harley D. The Two Psychiatries : The Transformation of Psychiatric Work in Saskatchewan, 1905-1984. (Regina) : Canadian Plains Research Center, University of Regina, 1989. First Printing. Pp. (5),[vi]-xxii,1-371,(3). 8vo, red cloth with silver lettering to spine. Canadian Plains Studies, number 15. "Saskatchewan's hospital and medical care insurance programmes acted as a bellwether for similar developments throughout Canada, but it is less well known that the province played a pioneering role in the development of community psychiatry. This book examines the changing nature and organization of psychiatric work in Saskatchewan since the beginning of this century, and the establishment and growth of two increasingly separate psychiatric service systems, one medical, the other non-medical. The medical system of psychiatry is grounded in the claim that mental illness exists and that its etiology is to be found in the malfunctioning of some physiological,biochemical or genetic system. Proponents of the non-medical psychiatry cl aim that much, if not most, of what is termed mental illness is not illnessat all, but psychosocial problems in the living that manifest themselves a s mental or emotional disorders. This book studies the way in which this dispute over the proper definition, care and treatment of mental illnesses and disorders manifested itself in the institutional transformation of psychiatric work." - from the dustjacket. Contents: 1. The Sociology of Psychiatric Work; 2. Psychiatry and Psychiatric Work in Saskatchewan, 1905-1944; 3. From Custody to Therapy: The Transformation of Mental Hospital Work, 1944-1963; 4. Psychiatry in the Community and the Saskatchewan Plan, 1944-1963; 5. The Medicalization of Psychiatry and the Depopulation of the Mental Hospitals, 1963-1971; 6. The De-Medicinization of Community Psychiatric Work; 7.Conclusions. Appendix: Labour Process Theory and Psychiatry. With notes, s elected bibliography, and proper name index. Very good in dustjacket. 25.00

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98 DIEFENBAKER, John G Text of an Address by The Rt. Hon. John G. Diefenbaker, M.P. for Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Prime Minister of Canada from June 21, 1957 to April 22,1963, on Tuesday, March 1st, 1977
Nova Scotia House of Assembly, Halifax, 1977, 
DIEFENBAKER, John G. Text of an Address by The Rt. Hon. John G. Diefenbaker, M.P. for Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Prime Minister of Canada from June 21, 1957 to April 22, 1963, on Tuesday, March 1st, 1977. (Halifax) : Nova Scotia House of Assembly, 1977. Pp (5) leaves, printed one side only. 4to, black comb-bound, white card covers, lettered in black. Rubbed, else very good. 20.00

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99 DOUGLAS, Tommy) Ed and Pemrose WHELAN WHELAN, Ed WHELAN, Pemrose Touched by Tommy : Stories of Hope and Humour in the words of men and womenwhose lives Tommy Douglas touched. double signed.
Whelan Publications, Regina, SK, 1990, ISBN:0969462204 
(DOUGLAS, Tommy) Ed and Pemrose WHELAN. Touched by Tommy : Stories of Hope and Humour in the words of men and women whose lives Tommy Douglas touched . Regina, SK: Whelan Publications, (1990). Pp. (2),i-iv,1-138. Illustrated.Double column. Square 8vo, illustrated white and green card covers. Vg. Si gned and inscribed by both authors on the title page. 25.00

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100 DOUGLAS, Tommy) TYRE, Robert Douglas in Saskatchewan : The Story of a Socialist Experiment. Paperback in dustjacket.
Mitchell Press, Vancouver, 1962, 
(DOUGLAS, Tommy). TYRE, Robert. Douglas in Saskatchewan : The Story of a Socialist Experiment. Vancouver: Mitchell Press, (1962). Pp. (12),[1]-212,(8). 8vo, plain yellow wraps in printed brown, white and black dustjacket. Arora, The Saskatchewan Bibliography 5763. "The first and only book of its kind, 'Douglas in Saskatchewan' may be as controversial as the controversial subject, for few are neutral where the fiery Douglas is concerned. Through the pages of this book run the accounts of battles and skirmishes won and lost, the sociological explanations of party beginnings, the promises and theperformances, the achievements and the disappointments. And suffusing the whole account is the personality of the slight Scottish-born 'wizard of words' who pictured prairie Utopia in agrarian Saskatchewan." - from the dustjacket. Name inked to front cover and flyleaf, else very good in spine-sunned, edgeworn dustjacket. 15.00

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