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1 BUCKNER, P. A., Gail G. CAMPBELL, and David FRANK BUMSTED, J. M.) CAHILL, Barry) FINGARD, Judith) Atlantic Canada Before Confederation : The Acadiensis Reader, Volume One
Acadiensis Press, Fredericton, NB, 1990, ISBN:0919107443 
BUCKNER, P. A., Gail G. CAMPBELL, and David FRANK. Atlantic Canada Before Confederation : The Acadiensis Reader, Volume One ; editors: P.A. Buckner, Gail G. Campbell, David Frank. Fredericton, NB: The Acadiensis Press, 1990. Second Edition. Pp. [1]-395,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers with white spine. Contents: Ralph Pastore's "The Collapse of the Beothuk World", John G. Reid's "An International Region of the Northeast: Rise and Decline, 1635-1762", Kenneth Donovan's "Slaves and Their Owners in Ile Royale, 1713-1760", Stephen E. Patterson's "Indian-White Relations in Nova Scotia, 1749-1761: A Study in Political Interaction", Naomi Griffiths's "Acadians in Exile: The Experiences of the Acadians in the British Seaports", J.M. Bumsted's "The Origins of the Land Question on Prince Edward Island, 1767-1805", Barry Cahill's "The Treason of the Merchants: Dissent and repression in Halifax in the Era of the American Revolution", Neil MacKinnon's "The Changing Attitudes of the Nova Scotia Loyalists towards the United States, 1783-1791", Shannon Ryan's "Fishery to Colony: A Newfoundland Watershed, 1793-1815", William Spray's "The Settlement of the Black Refugees in New Brunswick, 1815-1836", T.W. Acheson's "The Great Merchant and Economic Development in Saint John, 1820-1850", Judith Fingard's "The Releif of the Unemployed Poor in Saint John, Halifax and St. John's, 1815-1860", Rusty Bittermann's "The Hierarchy of the Soil: Land and Labour in a 19th Century Cape Breton Community", Campbell's "Disenfranchised but not Quiescent: Women Petitioners in New Brunswick in the mid-19th Century", Janet Guildford's "Separate Spheres: The Feminization of Public School Teaching in Nova Scotia, 1863-1880", Ian Ross Robertson's "Political Realignment in Pre-Confederation Prince Edward Island, 1863-1870", and Buckner's "The Maritimes and Confederation: A Reassessment". Faint creasing, else vg. 15.00

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2 Beaver Magazine SIMMONS, Deidre BUMSTED, J.M. COUTTS, Robert Beaver : Exploring Canada's History, June / July 1994, Vol. 74:3.
Douglas & McIntyre, Vancouver , 1994, ISBN:0888943253 
(Beaver Magazine). The Beaver : Exploring Canada's History, June / July 1994, Vol. 74:3. Winnipeg : Hudson's Bay Company, 1994. Pp [1]-56,(2) including covers. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. 4to, illustrated green card covers. Contents : Annals of the Fur Trade [the making of the Hudson's Bay Company Archives] (by Deidre Simmons); 'Mere Curiosities Are Not Required' [the story of the HBC Museum Collection] (by Robert Coutts and Katherine Pettipas); On the Cariboo Gold Rush Road [the long, dangerous journey to the mother lode] (by Robert H. Busch); 1919 [the Winnipeg General Strike reconsidered] (by J.M. Bumsted). Very good. 10.00

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3 Canadian Historical Association BUMSTED, J. M. GRANTSTEIN, J.L. JAENEN, C.J. Canadian Historical Association : Historical Papers presented at the AnnualMeeting held at Ottawa, June 7-10, 1967.
Canadian Historical Association, Public Archives, Ottawa, 1967, 
(Canadian Historical Association). The Canadian Historical Association : Historical Papers presented at the Annual Meeting held at Ottawa, June 7-10, 1967. Edited by J. Atherton, John P. Heisler and Fernand Ouellet. (Ottawa :Canadian Historical Association, Public Archives, 1967). Pp (6),[1]-250,(2 ). 8vo, yellow printed card covers. Historical Papers : Richard M. Saunders's “Presidential Address: The Historian and the Nation” (pp 1–9); Charles P. Stacey's “Nationality: The Experience of Canada” (pp 10–19); C. J. Jaenen's “Church-State Relations in Canada, 1604-1685” (pp 20–40); J. M. Bumsted's “Church and State in Maritime Canada, 1749-1807” (pp 41–58); Jean-Pierre Wallot's “La crise sous Craig (1807-1811) : nature des conflits et historiographie” (pp 59–74); Joseph Wearing's “Pressure Group Politics in Canada West Before Confederation” (pp 75–94); Robin B. Burns's “D’Arcy McGee and theEconomic Aspects of New Nationality” (pp 95–104); Michael S. Cross's “The Age of Gentility: The Formation of an Aristocracy in the Ottawa Valley” (pp105–117); Charles W. Humphries's “The Sources of Ontario “Progressive” Con servatism, 1900-1914” (pp 118-129); J. L. Granatstein's “The Conservative Party and Conscription in the Second World War” (pp 130-148); Gerald H.S. Jordan's “Popular Literature and Imperial Sentiment: Changing Attitudes, 1870-1890” (pp 149–155); R. A. Rempel's “Tariff Reform and the Resurgence of the Liberal Party: May 1903 to February 1904” (pp 156-166); Jane H. Pease andWilliam H. Pease's “The Role of Women in the Antislavery Movement” (pp 167 –183); Stephen J. Scheinberg's “Progressivism in Industry: The Welfare Movement in the American Factory” (pp 184–197); Robert H. Keyserlingk's “Bismarck and the Press: The Example of the National Liberals” (pp 198-215); S. T.Robson's “German Left-Liberals and the First World War” (pp 216–234). Some papers in French, some in English. Very good. 25.00

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4 BOTHWELL, Robert, and David BERCUSON (eds.). BUMSTED, J.M. SLATTERY, Brian SELKIRK, Lord Canadian Historical Review. Volume 59, No. 2, June 1978
University of Toronto Press, Toronto , 1978, 
BOTHWELL, Robert, and David BERCUSON (eds.). The Canadian Historical Review. Volume LIX, No. 2, June 1978. Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 1978. Pp (2),[139]-292,(4). 8vo, white card covers, printed in red and black. Contents : 1. "French Claims in North America, 1500-1559" (by Brian Slattery). 2. "Settlement by Chance: Lord Selkirk and Prince Edward Island" (by J. M. Bumsted, pp.170-188). 3. "The Myth of the Self-Made Man in English Canada, 1850-1914" (by Allan Smith). Plus book reviews and regular features. Very good. For the issue 15.00

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5 DOUGLAS, Thomas, Fifth Earl of Selkirk BUMSTED, J. M. (ed.) Collected Writings of Lord Selkirk, 1799-1809 : Volume 1 in the Writings and Papers of Thomas Douglas, Fifth Earl of Selkirk
Manitoba Record Society, Winnipeg, 1984, 
DOUGLAS, Thomas, Fifth Earl of Selkirk. The Collected Writings of Lord Selkirk, 1799-1809 : Volume 1 in the Writings and Papers of Thomas Douglas, Fifth Earl of Selkirk. Edited and introduced by J. M. Bumsted. Winnipeg : Manitoba Record Society, 1984. No. 86 of a limited printing of 750 copies. Pp. 372. 8vo, red cloth. A selection of the writings of the Thomas Douglas, theFifth Earl of Selkirk, known by most Canadians as the founder of a colony at Red River in present-day Manitoba in 1811, from the years preceding his colonisation efforts in central Canada. Contents: 1) Untitled pamphlet on poor relief in Scotland, c.a. 1799 ; 2) Observations on The Present State ofThe Highlands of Scotland, with a View of The Causes and Probable Conseque nces of Emigration ; 3) A Letter to the Peers of Scotland by The Earl of Selkirk ; 4) Substance of the speech of the Earl of Selkirk, in the House of Lords, Monday, August 10, 1807, on the defence of the country ; 5) On the necessity of a more effectual system of national defence, and the means of establishing the permanent security of the kingdom ; 6) A letter addressed to John Cartwright, Esq. of the committee at the Crown and Anchor on the subject of parliamentary reform. Very good in slightly rubbed dustjacket. 50.00

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6 BUMSTED, J.M. ALLINE, Henry Henry Alline 1748-1784. 1st Lancelot ed.
Lancelot, 1984, ISBN:0889992266 
BUMSTED, J.M. Henry Alline 1748-1784. Hantsport : Lancelot Press, (1984). Pp (3),4-99,(1). 8vo, illustrated grey card covers. Griffin-Allwood, Baptists in Canada 1760-1990 : A Bibliography of Selected Printed Resources in English. 313. John "Jack" Michael Bumsted (b. December 12, 1938., White Plains, New York) Canadian scholar and author. Originally published in 1971. First Lancelot Press edition 1984. Contents: 1. The Scenes and Pleasures of a Country Life; 2. Redeeming Love Broke Into My Soul; 3. The People Being MuchEngaged and Awakened; 4. Some Things in These Few Lines; 5. A Burning and Shining Light, and Justly Esteemed The Apostle of Nova Scotia. Name inked to flyleaf, else very good. Due to the small size of this book, shipping costs will be cheaper than quoted. 8.50

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7 BUMSTED, J.M. Canadian Biographical Studies ALLINE, Henry Henry Alline, 1748-1784. First Edition in dustjacket
University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1971, ISBN:0802032478 0802032478 / 9780802032478 
BUMSTED, J.M. Henry Alline 1748-1784. (Toronto) : University of Toronto Press, (1971). First Edition. Pp (10),[1]-116,(2). 8vo, blue cloth, black lettering to spine.

In the Canadian Biographical Studies series.

John "Jack" Michael Bumsted (b. December 12, 1938., White Plains, New York) Canadian scholar and author.

Griffin-Allwood, Baptists in Canada 1760-1990 : A Bibliography of Selected Printed Resources in English 313.

"To Canadians of this century the name of Henry Alline is almost unknown. This biograpny introduces him to the general reader. Through the story of his life it also recreates the early settlement of the Maritime provinces, and examines the origins of one of the continuing themes in Canadian life, evangelical pietism.

Henry Alline emigrated from Rhode Island to Nova Scotia with his parents in 1760. Following his religious conversion during adolescence, he became an evangelical preacher and travelled throughout Nova Scotia spreading the gospel. But Alline was more than an itinerant preacher. Drawing on British (and indirectly on German) mystical writings, he rejected the tenets of Calvinism in favour of universal salvation and human free will. He emphasized Christian asceticism and mysticism His writings, and attempts to develop an intellectual rationale for his evangelical position, made him Canada's first metaphysical and mystical philosopher.

In the history ol early British settlement in Nova Scotia the name of Alline stands out because of his participation in the process and problems of settlement and his leadership during the trying times of the American Revolution. His career embodied a rejection of both the United States (by a rejection of Puritanism) and of Britain (by a rejection of church and state In Nova Scotia), and put Alline in a classic Nova Scotia position, neutrality, which could be justified by the importance of Christ and the relative unimportance of government. The years in which Alline lived were particularly critical ones for Canada, and his career both mirrors and dominates a period of pioneer nardship, political crises, and spiritual concern born of the uncertainties of human existence." - from dj.

Foreword by Alan Wilson;
1. "The Scenes and Pleasures of a Country Life";
2. "Redeeming Love Broke into My Soul";
3. "The People Being Much Engaged and Awakened";
4. "Some things in these Few Lines";
5. "A Burning and Shining Light, and Justly Esteemed the Apostle of Nova Scotia".
With note, bibliography and index.

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8 Island Magazine BUMSTED, J.M. TUCK, Robert C. KNOX, George Island Magazine. Number Eight, 1980.
Prince Edward Island Heritage Foundation, Charlottetown, 1980, 1980 
(Island Magazine). The Island Magazine. Number Eight, 1980. (Charlottetown): Prince Edward Island Heritage Foundation, 1980. Pp [1]-45. Illustrated. Map. Triple Column. Large 8vo, illustrated black card covers.

Contents :
“Mister Hall's Machines” by Allan Rankin (pp 3-7);
“The Loyal Electors of Prince Edward Island” by J.M. Bumsted (pp 8-14);
“Guernsey Cove: Community of Homesteads” by Robert C. Tuck (pp 15-20);
“Island Fences” by George Knox (pp 21-26);
“James H. Fitzgerald and “Prince Edward Isle, Adieu” by John Cousins (pp 27-31);
“Finding Island Cemeteries” by J. Dale (pp 32-36);
“Genealogy and the Historian” by Ian Ross Robertson (pp 37-38).

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9 Island Magazine BUMSTED, J.M. TUCK, Robert C. WEALE, David E. Island Magazine. Number Five, Fall-Winter 1978
Prince Edward Island Heritage Foundation, Charlottetown, 1978, 
(Island Magazine). The Island Magazine. Number Five, Fall-Winter 1978. (Charlottetown) : Prince Edward Island Heritage Foundation, 1978. Pp [1]-45. Illustrated. Triple Column. Large 8vo, illustrated mustard card covers. Contents : Lord Selkirk of Prince Edward Island (by J.M. Bumsted, pp 3-8); The Island Meets the Auto (by Deborah Stewart, pp 9-14); Bedeque: A Place in theSun (by Robert C. Tuck, pp 15-21); The Mud Diggers (by David E. Weale, pp 22-30); Of Haunts and Specters (by Joseph Devreux, p 31-33); Bards on the Polly (by Margaret MacDonell, pp 34-39); Ledgers I Have Loved (by Janet Dale, pp 40-42). Very good. Signed with inscription by Robert C. Tuck, one of the contributors. NOTE: Shipping may be less for this slim item. 12.50

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10 Island Magazine BUMSTED, J.M. TUCK, Robert C. WEALE, David E. Island Magazine. Number Five, Fall-Winter 1978
Prince Edward Island Heritage Foundation, Charlottetown, 1978, 
(Island Magazine). The Island Magazine. Number Five, Fall-Winter 1978. (Charlottetown) : Prince Edward Island Heritage Foundation, 1978. Pp [1]-45. Illustrated. Triple Column. Large 8vo, illustrated mustard card covers. Contents : Lord Selkirk of Prince Edward Island (by J.M. Bumsted, pp 3-8); The Island Meets the Auto (by Deborah Stewart, pp 9-14); Bedeque: A Place in theSun (by Robert C. Tuck, pp 15-21); The Mud Diggers (by David E. Weale, pp 22-30); Of Haunts and Specters (by Joseph Devreux, p 31-33); Bards on the Polly (by Margaret MacDonell, pp 34-39); Ledgers I Have Loved (by Janet Dale, pp 40-42). Corners creased, else very good. NOTE: Shipping may be less for this slim item. 10.00

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11 BUMSTED, J.M. Land, Settlement, and Politics on Eighteenth-Century Prince Edward Island. First Edition in dustjacket
McGill-Queen's University Press, Kingston / Montreal, 1987, ISBN:0773505660 
BUMSTED, J.M. Land, Settlement, and Politics on Eighteenth-Century Prince Edward Island. Kingston / Montreal : McGill-Queen's University Press, (1987). First Edition. Pp (6),[vii]-xii,(4),[3]-238. With several maps in the text. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. John "Jack" Michael Bumsted (b. December 12, 1938., White Plains, New York) Canadian scholar and author. "Soon after Prince Edward Island was transferred from French to British sovereignty in 1763, virtualy the entire island was turned over to private proprietors on the understanding that they would finance both settlement and the administration of the territory. Although the proprietors did not fulfiltheir obligations, they clung tenaciously to their privileges, ultimately becoming an anachronistic group of landlords on a North American continent where freehold tenure was the norm. In this study, J.M. Bumsted goes beyondthe previous "heroes" (residents) and "villains" (landlords) approach of m uch of Island historiography by demonstrating the intimate interweaving of the issues of land, politics and settlement. In contrast to most previous works on the subject, this is not a local or regional history, but a book incolonial and imperial history that focuses on Prince Edward Island. n cont rast to most previous works on the subject, this is not a local or regionalhistory, but a book in colonial and imperial history that focuses on Princ e Edward Island. This broader perspective allows Bumsted to show, for example, that the decision to distribute land to proprietors was a comprehensible and even liberal move by British government in the context of the imperial expansion of the 1760s. Bumsted demonstrates that the external influence of the American Revolution is more important than had been thought, both inisolating the Island from Britain and, through the handling of Loyalist im migrants, in exacerbating the conflicts over land ownership. Previously, Prince Edward Island's crucial formative period from 1763 to the end of the eighteenth century has not received sufficient attention, while the proprietorial system had received too much attention without sufficient critical analysis. Land, Settlement, and Politics on Eighteenth-Century Prince Edward isalnd redresses the balance. An important time period is clearly too simple a model to explain the developments of this era. Bumsted provides much fascinating new material. based largely on his discovery of significant documentary sources, particularly in Scotland." - from the dj. Preface; Prologue: The French Regime; 1. British Colonial Policy and the Island of St John, 1763-1767; 2. The Organization of Government, 1767-1775; 3. Settlement, 1769-1775; 4. The Years of the American Revolution, 1775-1780; 5. Grabbing forLand, 1780-1783; 6. Welcoming the Loyalists, 1783-1784; 7. Loyalists versu s Proprietors, 1784-1786; 8. Fanning Fights for Control, 1786-1789; 9. Governors Attacked and Highlanders Arrived, 1789-1792; 10. The Rise of the Escheat Movement, 1792-1798; Epilogue; Notes. With bibliography and index. Verygood in dustjacket. 45.00

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12 McKAY, Ian Acadiensis, 29:2, Spring 2000 BUMSTED, J.M. MARSHALL, Donald] Note on Region in Writing the History of Atlantic Canada. An article in Acadiensis, Vol. XXIX, No. 2, Spring 2000
Acadiensis, Fredericton, 2000, 
McKAY, Ian. "A Note on 'Region' in Writing the History of Atlantic Canada".An article in Acadiensis, Vol. XXIX, No. 2, Spring 2000, pp. 89-101. Frede ricton: Acadiensis, 2000. Pp. (1),2-263,(1). 8vo, blue and white card covers. Also includes: J.M. Bumsted's "The Land Question on Prince Edward Islandand the Quitrent Controversy of 1802-1806" (pp. 3-26); Gordon M. Winder's "Trouble in the North End: The Geography of Social Violence in Saint John, 1840-1860" (pp. 27-57); Michael D. Stevenson's "Conscripting Coal: The Regulation of the Coal Labour Force in Nova Scotia during the Second World War"(pp. 58-88); Jacques-Paul Couturier's "'L'Acadie, c'est un détail': Les re présentations de l'Acadie dans le récit national canadien" (pp. 102-119"; Carla Wheaton's "'The Trade in this Place is in a Very Critical State': R.G.Dun & Company and the St. John's Business Community, 1855-1874" (pp. 120-1 37); Arthur J. Ray's "Regina v. Marshall: Native History, the Judiciary andthe Public" (pp. 138-146); W.G. Godfrey's "'The Peoples in Between': [Will iam] Phips, [Jonathan] Eddy and Acadie/Nova Scotia" (pp. 147-155); W.M. Dick's "Sex and Class Revisited" (pp. 156-169); Judy Fudge's "The Politics of Social Justice: Women's Struggle for Equality and One Man's Lament" (pp. 170-187); Alvin Finkel's "Competing Master Narratives on Post-War Canada" (pp. 188-204); and Frits Pannekoek's "Who Matters? Public History and the Invention of the Canadian Past" (pp. 205-217). With bibliography of recent regional publications at rear. Very good. For the issue. 10.00

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13 McKAY, Ian Acadiensis, 27:2, Spring 1998 WRIGHT, Esther Clark] BUMSTED, J.M. Of Karl Marx and the Bluenose : Colin Campbell McKay and the Legacy of Maritime Socialism
Acadiensis, Fredericton, 1998, 
McKAY, Ian. "Of Karl Marx and the Bluenose : Colin Campbell McKay and the Legacy of Maritime Socialism". An article in Acadiensis, Vol. XXVII, No. 2, Spring 1998, pp. 3-25. Fredericton: Acadiensis, 1998. Pp. (1),2-176. 8vo, blue and white card covers. Also includes: Damien Rouet's "La prénomination à Port-Royal aux 17e et 18e siècles: évolution et modes d'attrition" (pp. 26-44); Earle Lockerby's "The Deportation of the Acadians from Ile St.Jean, 1758" (pp. 45-94); Jerry Bannister's "Convict Transportation and the Colonial State in Newfoundland, 1759" (pp. 95-123); D.A. Muise's "Who Owns History Anyway? Reinventing Atlantic Canada for Pleasure and Profit" (pp. 124-134); J.M. Bumsted's "Island Resistance: Two Popular Movements for Political Change in the Era of Confederation" (pp. 135-141); Jeff A. Webb's "Technologies of Communication and the Canadian State" (pp. 142-150); Margaret McCallum's "Canadian Legal History in the Late 1990s: A Field in Search of Fences?" (pp. 151-166); and Patricia Townsend's "Esther Clark Wright: A Bibliography, 1914-1998" (pp. 167-176). Very good. For the issue. 10.00

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14 BUMSTED, J.M. Scots in Canada.
Canadian Historical Association, Ottawa , 1982, ISBN:0887980929 
BUMSTED, J.M. The Scots in Canada. Ottawa : Canadian Historical Association, 1982. Pp (2), 3-19, (1). Map. 8vo, blue card covers. No. 1 in Canada's Ethnic Groups booklet series. Contents : 1. The Scottish Background. 2. The First Wave: Scottish Immigration to Canada 1763-1815. 3. The Second Wave: Scottish Immigration, 1815-1870. 4. The Third Wave: The Scots Since 1870. 5. The Scots as an Ethnic Group: A Comparative Perspective. J.M. Bumsted is with the Department of History at the University of Manitoba. Tiny stain to lower edge of last page, else very good. 12.50

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15 ENGLISH, Christopher, ed. Essays in the History of Canadian Law, 9 BUMSTED, J.M. BROWN, Laura Two Islands : Newfoundland and Prince Edward Island : Essays in the Historyof Canadian Law. in dj.
Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History, University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 2005, ISBN:9780802090430 
ENGLISH, Christopher, (ed.). Two Islands : Newfoundland and Prince Edward Island : Essays in the History of Canadian Law. Edited by Christopher English. Toronto : Published for the Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History by the University of Toronto Press, (2005). Pp. (4),[v]-xii,(2),[1]-419,(7).8vo, maroon cloth with gilt lettering to front and spine. Essays in the Hi story of Canadian Law, volume 9. Contents: 1. English's "The Legal Historiography of Newfoundland"; 2. J.M. Bumsted's "The Legal Historiography of Prince Edward Island"; 3. Bumsted's "Politics and the Administration of Justice on Early Prince Edward Island, 1769-1805"; 4. Jerry Bannister's "Surgeonsand Criminal Justice in Eighteenth-Century Newfoundland"; 5. Nina Jane Gou die's "The Supreme Court on Circuit: Northern District, Newfoundland, 1826-53"; 6. Bruce Kercher and Jodie Young's "Formal and Informal Law in Two NewLands: Land Law in Newfoundland and New South Wales under Francis Forbes"; 7. Trudi Johnson's "Defining Property for Inheritance: The Chattels Real A ct of 1834"; 8. Michele Stairs's "'The Duty of Every Man': Intestacy Law and Family-Inheritance Practice in Prince Edward Island, 1828-1905"; 9. Willeen L. Keough's "'Now You Vagabond [W]hore I Have You': Plebeian Women, Assault Cases, and Gender Relationships on the Southern Avalon, 1750-1860"; 10.Krista L. Simon's "Women in the Courts of Placentia District, 1757-1823"; 11. Laura Brown's "'Out of Date in a Good Many Respects': The Legal Status and Judicial Treatment of Newfoundland Women, 1945-9"; 12. David M. Bulger's "Bowley v. Cambridge: A Colonial Jarndyce and Jarndyce"; 13. English's "The Judges Go to Court: The Cashin Libel Trial of 1947". Very good in dust jacket. 50.00

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16 BUMSTED, J. M. Winthrop Pickard Bell Lectures in Maritime Studies, 5) Understanding the Loyalists
Centre for Canadian Studies, Mount Allison University, Sackville, NB, 1986, ISBN:0888280475 
BUMSTED, J. M. Understanding the Loyalists . Sackville, NB: Centre for Canadian Studies, Mount Allison University, (1986). Pp. (1)-51[1]. 8vo, illustrated white card covers with blue lettering and decoration to front, blank spine. The Winthrop Pickard Bell Lectures in Maritime Studies, No. 5. Three lectures by the Canadian historian, entitled "Developing the Loyalist Tradition", "Revising the Loyalist Tradition", and "Revisions in Need of Revising: The Future of Loyalist Studies". Name, small dampspot to front, else very good. Uncommon. 25.00

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17 BUMSTED, J. M. University of Manitoba : An Illustrated History. First Edition
University of Manitoba Press, Winnipeg, Manitoba, 2001, ISBN:0887556531 
BUMSTED, J. M. University of Manitoba : An Illustrated History. (Winnipeg, Manitoba) : University of Manitoba Press, (2001). First Edition. Pp (8),ix-xi,(1),1-228. Illustrated with numerous b/w and/or colour photos to text. Large 8vo, illustrated card covers. "Founded in 1877, just seven years afterthe birth of the province itself, the University of Manitoba has been inex tricably bound with the history and life of Manitoba and western Canada. Begun as a federation of small colleges whose roots lay in the Red River Settlement, over the next 100 years the U of M grew to become the home of internationally recognized teaching and scholarship. Its research achievements have changed the lives of people throughout the world, while its students have reflected the full diversity and energy of Manitoba itself. Beginning with the university's early roots (in 1877, just seven years after the birth of the province itself), award-winning historian J.M. Bumsted follows the many challenges and triumphs experienced by the institution and its people. He captures the spirit of U of M students and faculty with anecdotes, memorabilia, and excerpts from student newspapers and yearbooks. Richly illustrated with more than 200 photographs of people, places, and events, The University of Manitoba vividly chronicles over a century in the history of western Canada's first university." -from the cover. Very good. 20.00

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