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1 DAVISON, James Doyle, (ed.) Mud Creek : The Story of the Town of Wolfville, Nova Scotia. First Edition,Paperback
Wolfville Historical Society, Wolfville, 1985, ISBN:0969171900 
DAVISON, James Doyle, (ed.). Mud Creek : The Story of the Town of Wolfville, Nova Scotia. (Wolfville, N.S.) : "A New Horizons Project of the WolfvilleHistorical Society" / ("Published and Distributed by Wolfville Historical Society") , 1985. First Edition. "Printed and Bound by W.R. Davis and the Sentinel Printing, Ltd, Yarmouth, N.S., and Bound by Campbell's Bookbinding Service, Halifax." Pp i-xiii,(1),1-255,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, art- and photo-illustrated brown cardcovers, with white lettering to covers & spine. James Doyle Davison (b. January 19, 1910, Moncton, New Brunswick - d. October 9, 2003, Wolfville, Nova Scotia). "In 1980, Wolfville celebrated the 150th anniversary of receiving its present name, and those particularly interested in the town's beginnings and edevelopment suggested that the full story be recorded. In January 1982, a committee from the local Historical Society began to compile a historical account. Deciding to use the skills of many writers, the Society then procured the financial assistance of the New Horizons Program of the Department of Health and Welfare. Two grands enabled thesociety to publish the community's first full-length history. 'Mud Creek' begins with 'Before History' and continues through the periods of the Micmac Indians, the French Acadians, the New England Planters, the development of the village as an education centre, and of the business and social organizations, to the end of 1980. The account has special interst for former andpresent residets of Wolfville, and the numerous illustrations and unusuall y extensive index also enhance the worth of the book as a comprehensive information source for genealogists and students of social growth." - from therear cover. Preface; Foreword by M. Allen Gibson; 1. In Praise of Wolfvill e; 2. History Before History; 3. Early Settlements; 4. Horton Planters; 5. Agriculture; 6. Mud Creek and the Dewolfs; 7. Transportation; 8. Economy ofthe 18th and 19th Centuries; 9. Economy and Management of the 20th Century ; 10. Religion; 11. Education; 12. War-Related Activities; 13. Health and Welfare; 14. Civic Protection; 15. Public Utilities; 16. Recreation and Sports; 17. Cultural Devlopment; 18. Organizations; 19. People and Happenings; 20. Town Officers, 1893-1980. With index. Very good. 20.00

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2 DAVISON, James Doyle, (ed.) Mud Creek : The Story of the Town of Wolfville, Nova Scotia. First Edition,Paperback, Signed.
Wolfville Historical Society, Wolfville, NS, 1985, ISBN:0969171900 
DAVISON, James Doyle, (ed.). Mud Creek : The Story of the Town of Wolfville, Nova Scotia. (Wolfville) : Wolfville Historical Society, 1985. Pp (3),iv-xiii,(1),1-255,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, brown trade paperback with white lettering to front cover and spine. James Doyle Davison (b. January 19, 1910, Moncton, New Brunswick - d. October 9, 2003, Wolfville, Nova Scotia). "In 1980, Wolfville celebrated the 150th anniversary of receiving its present name, and those particularly interested in the town's beginnings and edevelopment suggested that the full story be recorded. In January 1982, a committeefrom the local Historical Society began to compile a historical account. D eciding to use the skills of many writers, the Society then procured the financial assistance of the New Horizons Program of the Department of Health and Welfare. Two grands enabled the society to publish the community's first full-length history. 'Mud Creek' begins with Before History and continuesthrough the periods of the Micmac Indians, the French Acadians, the New En gland Planters, the development of the village as an education centre, and of the business and social organizations, to the end of 1980. The account has special interst for former and present residets of Wolfville, and the numerous illustrations and unusually extensive index also enhance the worth of the book as a comprehensive information source for genealogists and students of social growth." - from the rear cover. Chapters: 1. In Praise of Wolfville; 2. History Before History; 3. Early Settlements; 4. Horton Planters; 5. Agriculture; 6. Mud Creek and the Dewolfs; 7. Transportation; 8. Economy of the 18th and 19th Centuries; 9. Economy and Management of the 20th Century; 10. Religion; 11. Education; 12. War-Related Activities; 13. Health and Welfare; 14. Civic Protection; 15. Public Utilities; 16. Recreation andSports; 17. Cultural Devlopment; 18. Organizations; 19. People and Happeni ngs; 20. Town Officers, 1893-1980. Name, spine slightly sunned, else very good. Signed without inscription by Davison on the title page. 22.00

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3 DAVISON, James Doyle, (ed.) Mud Creek : The Story of the Town of Wolfville, Nova Scotia. signed, cloth
Wolfville Historical Society, Wolfville, NS, 1985, ISBN:096171900 
DAVISON, James Doyle, (ed.). Mud Creek : The Story of the Town of Wolfville, Nova Scotia. (Wolfville) : Wolfville Historical Society, 1985. Pp (3),iv-xiii,(1),1-255,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, brown card covered boards with brown leather spine, gilt lettering to spine. Fine. Signed without inscription byDavidson on the title page. Scarce in hardcover. 100.00

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