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1 HILLER, James K. (ed.) RUFFMAN, Alan HARDING, Robert J. HUNTER, Mark C. Newfoundland and Labrador Studies, Vol. 21, No. 1, Spring 2006
Faculty of Arts Publications, Memorial University, St. John's, NL, 2006, 
HILLER, James K. (ed.). Newfoundland and Labrador Studies, Vol. 21, No. 1, Spring 2006. (St. John's, NL : Faculty of Arts Publications, Memorial University, 2006). Pp (6),[3]-190,(4). Illustrated. Map. 8vo, illustrated olive green card covers, lettered in white. Contents : Richard (Dick) Buehler (byDenyse Lynde); Glorious Tragedy: Newfoundland's Cultural Memory of the Att ack at Beaumont Hamel, 1916-1925 (by Robert J. Harding); Changing the Flag:The Cloak of Newfoundland Registry for American Rum-Running, 1924-1934 (by Mark C. Hunter); Geological Hazards and Disasters in St. John's (by David Lverman, orm Catto, and Martin Baterson); The Newfoundland Tsunami of November 18, 1929: An Examination of the Twenty-eight Deaths of the "South CoastDisaster" (by Alan Ruffman and Violet Hann); Seaman, Sightseer, Storytelle r, and Sage: Aaron Thomas's 1794 History of Newfoundland (by Sarah Glassford); Mina Hubbard in Labrador: A Review Essay (by Gwyneth Hoyle); plus book reviews. Cover illustration : photograph of statue of a caribou. Very good.10.00

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2 POOLE, Stephen CAMERON, Silver Donald RUFFMAN, Alan MEDJUCK, Sheva Nova Scotia : A Colour Guidebook. 2nd Edition
Formac, Halifax, 1996, ISBN:0887803423 
POOLE, Stephen, et al. Nova Scotia : A Colour Guidebook. Photographs by Keith Vaughan. Halifax : Formac Publishing Company Limited, (1996). [Second Edition]. Pp [1]-200. Illustrated with many colour photos and maps. Narrow 8vo, card covers. Parts : Land and Sea by Robert J. McCalla; Peoples : with short sections on the Mi'kmaq, Acadians, the New England Planters, the English, the Loyalists, the Blacks, the Scots, the Germans, the Irish, the Jews (by Sheva Medjuck), and the Labanese; Features with short sections on the Halifax Explosion (pp.52-56, by Alan Ruffman);Culture (pp.57-60, by Silver Donald Cameron); Recreation; (pp.70-71, by Elaine Ellliot and Virginia Lee);(pp.72-74, by David A. Walker); Places : Halifax, followed by the rest of the province arranged by the tourist routes : Lighthouse Route; Evangeline Trail; Glooscap Trail; Sunrias eTrail; Marine Drive; Cape Breton and the Cabot Trail and the Marconi Trail. Very good. 12.50

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3 RUFFMAN, Alan Titanic Remembered : The Unsinkable Ship and Halifax. new.
Formac, Halifax, 2001, ISBN:0887804675 
RUFFMAN, Alan. Titanic Remembered : The Unsinkable Ship and Halifax. Visuals from the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic. Halifax: Formac, (2001). Pp. (2),[3]-72, profusely illustrated in b/w and color. Double column. Square 8vo, illustrated card covers. Contents: 1. Triumph in Technology; 2. At Sea; 3. After the Disaster; 4. City in Mourning; 5. Passengers; 6. The Story Lives On. With an epilogue, sources and index. "...As the nearest large port tothe site of the disaster, Halifax was the focus of the world's grief. Toda y, visitors from around the world go to Halifax to see the many unique artefacts of the sinking in the permanent exhibit of the Maritime Museum of theAtlantic...This book focuses on the aftermath of the disaster. It describe s the extensive search which followed the sinking and how people came to terms with the impact of the sinking. It tells the touching stories of some of the victims and survivors." -from the cover. New. 14.95

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4 RUFFMAN, Alan Titanic Remembered : The Unsinkable Ship and Halifax. pbk.
Formac, Halifax, 2001, ISBN:0887804675 
RUFFMAN, Alan. Titanic Remembered : The Unsinkable Ship and Halifax. Visuals from the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic. Halifax: Formac, (2001). Pp 72,profusely illustrated in b/w and color. Sq 8vo, illustrated blue card cove rs. "...As the nearest large port to the site of the disaster, Halifax was the focus of the world's grief. Today, visitors from around the world go toHalifax to see the many unique artefacts of the sinking in the permanent e xhibit of the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic...This book focuses on the aftermath of the disaster. It describes the extensive search which followed the sinking and how people came to terms with the impact of the sinking. It tells the touching stories of some of the victims and survivors." -from thecover. Vg. 12.50

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