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81 CONRAD, Margaret, (ed.) Planters Studies Series No.1 They Planted Well : New England Planters in Maritime Canada. First Printing.
Acadiensis Press, 1988, ISBN:0919107206 
CONRAD, Margaret, (ed.). They Planted Well : New England Planters in Maritime Canada. Edited by Maergaret Conrad. Fredericton : Acadiensis Press, (1988). First Edition. Pp (6),[7]-321,(1). Illustrated. Map. 8vo, illustrated beige and green card covers. Planters Studies Series No.1. "Between 1759 and1768 some 8,000 New England Planters emigrated to what are now the Maritim e Provinces of Canada. Known as 'planters', the old English term for colonist, they were among the first English-speaking immigrants to the area of present day Canada. Because the Acadian deportation and Loyalist migration were far more dramatic events in Maritime history than the peaceful migrationof land-hungry Yankees, the Planters have received less attention than the ir numbers warrant. They left an indelible mark on their Maritime homeland and their influence has spread throughout North America. Descendants of thePlanters include major educators, theologians, inventors, industrialists, social reformers, politicians, and at least two Canadian Prime Ministers." - from the rear cover. Contents: Part I: Immigration and Settlement: R.S. Longley's "The Coming of the New England Planters to the Annapolis Valley" (pp. 14-28); D. Murray Young's "Planter Settlements in the St. John Valley" (pp. 29-35); Esther Clark Wright's "Cumberland Township: A Focal Point of the Earl Settlement on the Bay of Fundy" (pp. 36-41); Ernest A. Clarke's "Cumberland Planters and the Aftermath of the Attack on Fort Cumberland" (pp. 42-60). Part II: Historiographical Context: Jack Greene's "Recent Developments in the Historiography of Colonial New England" (pp. 61-96); George Rawlyk's "J.B. Brebner and Some Recent Trends in Eighteenth-Century Maritime Historiography" (pp. 97-119); Barry Cahill's "New England Planters at the Public Archives of Nova Scotia" (pp. 120-131); Terrence Punch's "Genealogy, Migration and the Study of the Past" (pp. 132-137). Part III: Culture and Society: Graeme Wynn's "The Geography of the Maritime Provinces in 1800: Patterns and Questions" (pp. 138-150); Debra McNabb's "The Role of the Land in Settling Horton Township, Nova Scotia, 1766-1830" (pp. 151-160); Elizabeth Mancke's "Corporate Structure and Private Interest: The Mid-Eighteenth Century Expansion of New England" (pp. 161-177); Allen Robertson's "Methodism Among Nova Scotia's Yankee Planters" (pp. 178-189); Daniel Goodwin's "From Disunity to Integration: Evangelical Religion and Society in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, 1761-1830" (pp. 190-200); Thomas Vincent's "Henry Alline: Problems of Approach and Reading the Hymns as Poetry" (pp. 201-210); Gwendolyn Davies's "Persona in Planter Journals" (pp. 211-217). Part IV: Material Culture: Allen Penney's "A Planter House: The Simeon Perkins House, Liverpool, Nova Scotia" (pp. 218-235); Daniel Norris's "An Examination of the Stephen Loomer House, Habitant, Kings County, Nova Scotia" (pp. 236-248); Heather Davidson's "Private Lives from Public Artifacts: The Architectural Heritage of Kings County Planters" (pp. 249-261); M.A. MacDonald (with Robert Elliot) "New Brunswick's 'Early Comers': Lifestyles Through Authenticated Artifacts, aResearch Project" (pp. 262-297); Deborah Trask's "'Remember Me As You Pass By': Material Evidence of the Planters in the Graveyards of Nova Scotia" ( pp. 298-306). Faint vertical crease to front cover, else a very good, unmarked copy. Getting uncommon. 50.00

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82 CONRAD, Margaret, Toni LAIDLAW, and Donna SMYTH LAIDLAW, Toni SMYTH, Donna No Place Like Home : Diaries and Letters of Nova Scotia Women, 1771-1938. First Edition.
Formac Publishing Company Limited, Halifax, 1988, ISBN:0887800661 
CONRAD, Margaret, Toni LAIDLAW, and Donna SMYTH. No Place Like Home : Diaries and Letters of Nova Scotia Women 1771-1938. (Halifax) : Formac Publishing Company Limited, 1988. Pp (6), [1]-306, (2). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 1858 for Liscombe. Anna GreenWinslow (1759-1779, born in the township of Cumberland), Rebecca Byles (17 62-1853); Louisa Collins (1797-1869, of Dartmouth & Halifax), Eliza Ann Chipman (1807-1853), Margaret Dickie Michener (1827-1908, born in Hantsport), Mathilda Faulkner Churchill (1840-1925), Annie Rogers Butler (1841-1906, born in Yarmouth), Hannah Richardson (1844-1880), Mary MacDougall MacDonald of West Gore (1853-1940), Margaret Pottinger Connell (1833-1899), Rebecca Chase Kinsman Ells (1856-1928), Margaret Marshall Saunders (1861-1947), Bessie Hall (1890-1969), Ella Muriel Liscombe (1902-1969), Laura Kaulback Slauenwhite (1880-1976, born in Pine Grove, Lunenburg County). Very good. 12.00

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83 COOK, Gregory M Love In Flight. First Edition, Signed
Ragweed Press, Charlottetown, 1985, ISBN:0920304427 
COOK, Gregory M. Love In Flight. Charlottetown : Ragweed Press, 1985. FirstEdition. Pp (8),9-87,(1) + light grey end-papers, front and back. 8vo, blu e cardcovers, with reproduction of Colville's painting "Tragic Landscape". Gregory M. Cook (born 1942 in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia). At the time of publication Cook lived on Wolfville Ridge, Nova Scotia. Preface Arranged in four parts and an Epilogue : Among the Living. Includes "The Family Cannon", "Canadian War Cemetery Visits", "In Leopoldsburg", "Found Story: In Order to Release New Philosophy (In Memory of Dr. Benno Stokvis)", "Once a German", "There Was the ZLeader (for Pierre Eliot Trudeau)", "PinocchioPresides : A Fabe for Our Time", and more. Very good. Signed by author. 12.00

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84 COOK, Gregory M. Love En Route
Fiddlehead Poetry Books, Fredericton , 1983, 
COOK, Gregory M. Love En Route. (Fredericton : Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1983). First Edition. Pp (6),7-55,(1). 8vo, card covers. A book of poetry by this Yarmouth, N.S. author. Light cover wear, else very good. 8.00

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85 COOK, Gregory M. Love En Route. signed
Fiddlehead Poetry Books, Fredericton , 1983, 
COOK, Gregory M. Love En Route. (Fredericton : Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1983). First Edition. Pp (6),7-55,(1). 8vo, card covers. A book of poetry by this Yarmouth, N.S. author. Vg-fine. Signed. 12.00

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86 COOK, Gregory M. League of Canadian Poets Unbroken Book
League of Canadian Poets, 1983, 
COOK, Gregory M. The Unbroken Book. N. pl.: The League of Canadian Poets, n. d. [mid-1980s]. Pp (8). One tan sheet (14 in. x 8.5 in) folded twice making 8 panels, lettered in black. Ten short poems by including "Love Moving Through Backfields", "The Gone Barn", "The Unbroken Book", "Nurses of the Earth", and others. Very good. 15.00

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87 COOK, Gregory M. Palm Poets Series, 04) Untying the Tongue. signed.
Black Moss Press, Windsor, ON, 2002, ISBN:088753368x 
COOK, Gregory M. Untying the Tongue . (Windsor, ON): Black Moss Press, (2002). Pp. (8),9-96. Small square 8vo, illustrated grey card covers with french flaps. Number 04 in the Palm Poets Series. A collection of poems from theYarmouth-born poet. "Untying the tongue begins as a 'diary of dreams' -- d reams of displaced settlers whose 'present remains' are etched in place: botany, stone-walled wells; memorials. This tribute to blood and consciousness evolves as landscape-portraiture -- views of the universe assembling itself in the miracle of everyday objects and characters as familiar as family." - from the front flap. Vg. Signed, inscribed, and dated by the author on the title page. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be a bit cheaper than quoted. 15.00

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88 COOK, Gregory M. Palm Poets Series, 04). Untying the Tongue. First Edition, paperback.
Black Moss Press, Windsor, ON, 2002, ISBN:088753368x 
COOK, Gregory M. Untying the Tongue . (Windsor, ON): Black Moss Press, (2002). Pp. 96. Small square 8vo, illustrated grey card covers with french flaps. Number 04 in the Palm Poets Series. A collection of verse from the Yarmouth-born poet. Vg. 9.00

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89 COOK, Gregory M.) BOURNIOT, Arthur S. (ed.) Canadian Poetry Vol. 31, No. 2
Canadian Authors Association,, 1968, 
(Cook, Gregory M.). Canadian Poetry Vol. 31, No. 2. Edited by Arthur S. Bourniot. (Toronto): Canadian Authors Association, February, 1968. Pp. 23-40. 8vo, stapled purple card covers, black lettering. A quarterly magazine of poetry published by the Canadian Authors Association. Gregory Cook is a poetfrom Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. A few specks along top edge of front cover, el se vg. 7.50

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90 COOK, Gregory M.) BOURNIOT, Arthur S. (ed.) Canadian Poetry Vol. XXX, No. 3
Canadian Authors Association,, 1967, 
(Cook, Gregory M). Canadian Poetry Vol. XXX, No. 3. Edited by Arthur S. Bourniot. (Toronto): Canadian Authors Association, May, 1967. Pp. 47-64. 8vo, stapled grey card covers, black lettering. A quarterly magazine of poetry published by the Canadian Authors Association. Gregory Cook is a poet from Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Some light browning along top edge of front cover, else vg. 7.50

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91 Cookbook - Hebron Home & School Association, Yarmouth County, N.S.) What's Cooking in Hebron?
L. Rasmussen Co. Ltd., Winnipeg, 1991, 
(Cookbook - Hebron Home & School Association, Yarmouth County, N.S.). What's Cooking in Hebron? (Winnipeg : L. Rasmussen Co. Ltd.), October, 1991. Pp (6),1-82,(2),+ 7 sectional dividers. 8vo, white comb-bound, illustrated card covers. Contents : Appetizers & Beverages; Salads & Dressings, Soups & Sauces; Vegetables; Main Dishes; Breads; Desserts; Extra Special (Children's Favorites; Special Occasion); Index. Very good. 15.00

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92 COOPER, A. Heaton MONCRIEFF, A.R. Hope Isle of Wight. Painted by A. Heaton Cooper. Described by A.R. Hope Moncrieff.
Adam and Charles Black, London , 1908, 
COOPER, A. Heaton, and A.R. Hope Moncrieff. Isle of Wight. Painted by A. Heaton Cooper. Described by A.R. Hope Moncrieff. London : Adam and Charles Black, 1908. Pp [i]-viii,1-[176],(4,ads), coloured frontis + 23 colour plates(with tissue guards) + folding map at rear. Large 8vo, blue cloth, gilt to front board and spine, top edge gilt. Contents : 1. The Island. 2. Ryde. 3 . Newport. 4. The East Side. 5. The Undercliff. 6. The Back of the Island. 7. Freshwater and the Needles. 8. Yarmouth. 9. Cowes. 10. The Gates of the Island. Damp stain to front cover, wear to spine ends and corners, hinges cracked, waterstain to fore-edge of 4 pages of ads at rear, inscription, ex-libris the noted Nova Scotian bibliophile William Inglis Morse (with his name-stamp), else good. 45.00

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93 CROWELL, Bill Best of Times, Worst of Times. signed
Commonwealth Publications, 1996, ISBN:1551970422 
CROWELL, Bill. The Best of Times, Worst of Times. (Edmonton), Commonwealth Publications, (1996). Pp. 248. Small 8vo, ill. card covers. A story of a young man from Yarmouth, Nova Scotia during World War II. Vg. Signed. 8.00

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94 CROWELL, Clement W. NovaScotiaman. in dj
Nova Scotia Museum, Halifax, 1979, ISBN:0919680119 
CROWELL, Clement W. NovaScotiaman. Halifax : Nova Scotia Museum, 1979. Pp 398. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth. "The discovery of a treasure trove of correspondence and ship's papers found in the attic of the late Captain Frank Gullison of Beaver River, Yarmouth County, N.S., made possible the present record of the ship N.B. Lewis. This material, supplemented by extensive research, provides an accurate story of a Nova Scotia ship sailing all over the world in the ocean carrying trade in the years 1880 to 1893." - dj. Vg indj. 30.00

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History of Barrington Township  and Vicinity., CROWELL, Edwin
95 CROWELL, Edwin History of Barrington Township and Vicinity.
1923, 
CROWELL, Edwin. A History of Barrington Township and Vicinity, Shelburne County, Nova Scotia 1604-1870, with a Biographical and Genealogical Appendix.Yarmouth : The Author, (1923). Pp (10),7-603,(11),frontis + 9 leaves of pl ates + fldg.map. 8vo, blue cloth. Morley p.98, Laugher p.127, Watters p.668, Rhodenizer p.565. Chapter 19 : Maritime Interests (pp.334-360). This has sections on fisheries, shipping, shipwrecks, Sable Island, and piracy. Photos of Captain Thomas Coffin, Captain Solomon Kendrick and the ship Hectanooga. Light wear to spine ends and corners, name, foxing to first few leaves,else vg. 125.00

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96 CROWELL, Edwin History of Barrington Township and Vicinity, Shelburne County, Nova Scotia 1604-1870, with a Biographical and Genealogical Appendix. First Edition.
The author, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, 1923, 
CROWELL, Edwin. A History of Barrington Township and Vicinity, Shelburne County, Nova Scotia 1604-1870, with a Biographical and Genealogical Appendix.By Edwin Crowell, M.A., D.D. Yarmouth, Nova Scotia : [Published by the Aut hor], (August 1923). First Edition. Pp (10),7-603,(1),(5, index),(3) + frontispiece + 9 leaves of plates + folding map (opp. p.394)+ a slightly smaller tipped-in leaf (opposite first page of index), with index of illustrations, some corrections, the original "Price of History" [$5.00] and Crowell's address. 8vo, blue cloth. Morley p.98, Laugher p.127, Watters p.668, Rhodenizer p.565. Chapter 8. Crossing the Flood (pp.104-112). Principally on the sea voyage from Cape Cod and Nantucket to Nova Scotia including some EdmundDoane-related quotations. Chapter 19 : Maritime Interests (pp.334-360). Th is has sections on fisheries, shipping, shipwrecks, Sable Island, and piracy. Photos of Captain Thomas Coffin, Captain Solomon Kendrick and the ship Hectanooga. 1. The Old Inhabitants; 2. Leaves from Old Documents; 3. Province and Colony; 4. The Township Settlements; 5. The Township of Barrington; 6. Antecedents of Grantees, 1767; 7. Early Settlers and the Government; 8. Crossing the Flood; 9. Founders and Foundations ; 10. Growth and Organization; 11. The Township Grant; 12. The Period of the First Division; 13. Barrington and the American Revolution (pp.182-201); 14. Peace and Readjustment; 15. Military Affairsl (pp.227-240, including a three-page list of ShelburneCounty's war dead of World War I); 16. Religion (pp.241-282); 17. Legislat ion respecting the Township; 18. Social Service [education, &c]; 19. Maritime Interests; 20. Distribution of Population and Local Industry; 21. Boundaries, Topography, Geology, Forests and Climate; Appendix [including sections on the South Shore Railway, (pp.407-409; Traditions of Old Cape Sable (pp.409-418, including this fine line, "It would seem that Dante missed a great opportunity when he neglected to ascribe a specially fervent locality in his Inferno for the accommodation of souvenir thieves; though perhaps, after all, they would be included in his category of those 'sorry souls who lived without infamy and without renown, displeasing to God and to His enemies,' for whom he reserved his bitterest scorn.")]; Biography and Genealogy (pp 430-601). With Addenda and Index. Inner hinges cracked, soiling to boards, browning and fading to lettering on spine, nicks to hhead and foot of spine, a few pen marks, else good. As is. 65.00

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97 CROWELL, Edwin History of Barrington Township and Vicinity, Shelburne County, Nova Scotia 1604-1870, with a Biographical and Genealogical Appendix. signed by the author
Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, 1923, 
CROWELL, Edwin. A History of Barrington Township and Vicinity, Shelburne County, Nova Scotia 1604-1870, with a Biographical and Genealogical Appendix.By Edwin Crowell, M.A., D.D. Yarmouth, Nova Scotia : [Published by the Aut hor], (August 1923). First Edition. Pp (10),7-603,(1),(5, index),(3) + frontispiece + 9 leaves of plates + folding map (opp. p.394)+ a slightly smaller tipped-in leaf (opposite first page of index), with index of illustrations, some corrections, the original "Price of History" [$5.00] and Crowell's address. 8vo, blue cloth. Morley p.98, Laugher p.127, Watters p.668, Rhodenizer p.565. Of nautical interest : Chapter 8. Crossing the Flood (pp.104-112). Principally on the sea voyage from Cape Cod and Nantucket to Nova Scotia including some Edmund Doane-related quotations. Chapter 19 : Maritime Interests (pp.334-360). This has sections on fisheries, shipping, shipwrecks, Sable Island, and piracy. Photos of Captain Thomas Coffin, Captain Solomon Kendrick and the ship Hectanooga. General Contents : 1. The Old Inhabitants; 2. Leaves from Old Documents; 3. Province and Colony; 4. The Township Settlements; 5. The Township of Barrington; 6. Antecedents of Grantees, 1767; 7. Early Settlers and the Government; 8. Crossing the Flood; 9. Founders and Foundations ; 10. Growth and Organization; 11. The Township Grant; 12. The Period of the First Division; 13. Barrington and the American Revolution (pp.182-201); 14. Peace and Readjustment; 15. Military Affairsl (pp.227-240, including a three-page list of Shelburne County's war dead of World War I); 16. Religion (pp.241-282); 17. Legislation respecting the Township; 18. Social Service [education, &c]; 19. Maritime Interests; 20. Distribution ofPopulation and Local Industry; 21. Boundaries, Topography, Geology, Forest s and Climate; Appendix [including sections on the South Shore Railway, (pp.407-409; Traditions of Old Cape Sable (pp.409-418, including this fine line, "It would seem that Dante missed a great opportunity when he neglected to ascribe a specially fervent locality in his Inferno for the accommodationof souvenir thieves; though perhaps, after all, they would be included in his category of those 'sorry souls who lived without infamy and without renown, displeasing to God and to His enemies,' for whom he reserved his bitterest scorn.")]; Biography and Genealogy (pp 430-601). With Addenda and Index. "The book here offered to the public is the product of a half century ofpreparation. It was first conceived and made possible by Professor Arnold Doane who employed his vacations in ferreting out the life-stories and relationships of the early settlers of Barrington. This work he continued untilhis death in 1911. Afterwards the subscriber, who had long felt the import ance of preserving the history of his native township, acquired the memoranda left by Prof. Doane and has put them with many changes and extensive additions into their present shape. The Archives at Ottawa, Halifax, Liverpooland Yarmouth, as well as of Shelburne ard Barrington have been searched an d the answers to many questions of general and local historical interest are here made known. [...] Historians of Nova Scotia have generally, through ignorance or lack of perspective, ignored the earlier and more substantial pre^loyalist settlement and its impor- tance to the Province, while invariably featuring the refugee loyalists and their miseries. In Shelburne Countyin particular the older township was for the time complete- ly overshadowe d by the new one. We have attempted to present these factors of township and provincial foun- dations in their true and proper proportions in this work." (from Crowell's preface). Some wear to spine ends and corners, spine rubbed, inner hinges cracked, penned name, else very good. Signed "With the Compliments of the Author, Edwin Crowell. Feb. 9, 1924.". 175.00

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Chevrose, the Hermit of Cape Sable , CROWELL, Edwin d'Entremont, Jacques, dramatis persona
98 CROWELL, Edwin d'Entremont, Jacques, dramatis persona Chevrose, the Hermit of Cape Sable
Yarmouth Herald, 1925, 
CROWELL, Edwin. Chevrose, the Hermit of Cape Sable : One Act Play. For Sale by the Author, Yarmouth, N.S. Printed by the Yarmouth Herald, 1925. Pp (4),[1]-27,(1). 8vo, brown cloth spine, paper covered boards. Laugher p.127, Watters p.430, Rhodenizer p.820. Gift inscription, minor spotting to covers, else vg. 70.00

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99 CROWELL, Esther Lewis Up From The Sea
Talnatain, Lake Annis , 1988, ISBN:0969351607 
CROWELL, Esther Lewis. Up From The Sea : Reminiscences of a Yarmouthian. Lake Annis, NS: Talnatain, 1988. Pp (6),7-135,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated red card covers with white lettering to front and spine. "Born in 1896,Esther Lewis Crowell records the childhood of a girl in the days when tele phones and electricity were exciting new inventions; when windships still sailed from the port of Yarmouth; when a little girl could buy a fistful of candy for a penny; when school slates turned to college books and responsibilities of adulthood; when the romance of the military became the carnage of World War I, and when childhood friendship turned to love and marriage." - from the rear cover. Contents: 1. Mary; 2. Julia; 3. Keggy; 4. Kindergarten Days; 5. Grandpa's Stories; 6. Grandpa's Wharves; 7. Keggy's Doctors; 8.A Trip to Boston; 9. Aunt Nell Cain's; 10. A Lewis Christmas; 11. Lake Ann is; 12. A Trip to Halifax; 13. High School and Outbreak of War; 14. CollegeDays; 15. Marriage; 16. Family Tree. Vg. Due to its small size, shipping c osts should be cheaper than quoted. 15.00

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100 CROWELL, Esther Lewis Up From The Sea : Reminiscences of a Yarmouthian
Talnatain, Lake Annis , 1988, ISBN:0969351607 
CROWELL, Esther Lewis. Up From The Sea : Reminiscences of a Yarmouthian. Lake Annis, NS: Talnatain, 1988. Pp (6),7-135,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated red card covers with white lettering to front and spine. "Born in 1896,Esther Lewis Crowell records the childhood of a girl in the days when tele phones and electricity were exciting new inventions; when windships still sailed from the port of Yarmouth; when a little girl could buy a fistful of candy for a penny; when school slates turned to college books and responsibilities of adulthood; when the romance of the military became the carnage of World War I, and when childhood friendship turned to love and marriage." - from the rear cover. Contents: 1. Mary; 2. Julia; 3. Keggy; 4. Kindergarten Days; 5. Grandpa's Stories; 6. Grandpa's Wharves; 7. Keggy's Doctors; 8.A Trip to Boston; 9. Aunt Nell Cain's; 10. A Lewis Christmas; 11. Lake Ann is; 12. A Trip to Halifax; 13. High School and Outbreak of War; 14. CollegeDays; 15. Marriage; 16. Family Tree. Gift inscription, else vg. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 9.00

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