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1 DAVIS, Stephen A., Charles LINDSAY, Robert OGILVIE, and Brian PRESTON (eds.ERICKSON, Paul Archaeology in Nova Scotia 1985 and 1986. Curatorial Report Number 63
Nova Scotia Museum, Halifax , 1987, 
DAVIS, Stephen A., Charles LINDSAY, Robert OGILVIE, and Brian PRESTON (eds.). Archaeology in Nova Scotia 1985 and 1986. Curatorial Report Number 63. Halifax : Nova Scotia Museum, December 1987. Pp [i]-vi,1-32. Illustrated. Maps. 4to, black comb-bound, grey card covers. Contents : Dedication: WilliamA. Russell, 1928-1987. Archaeological Research in Nova Scotia (by Stephen A. Davis). Sellon Site (by Paul Erickson et al). The Port Tolouse and Sand Hills Site (by Birgitta L. Wallace). Whynachts Cove (BcDd:1) (by Stephen A.Davis). Preliminary Report on the Stonehurst Cairn Excavation (by Michael Deal). Kejimkujik National Park Seaside Adjunct (by Robert Ferguson). Fort Edward National Historic Site (Robert Ferguson). Preliminary Report for BeCs:3 and BeCs:4 (by Helen Sheldon). Archaeological Investigations at the LowTerrace Site (BaDg2) Indian Gardens, Queens County, Nova Scotia (by Michae l Deal, et al). Archaeological Field Work Summary Reports (by Brian Preston). Evaluation of a Diver-Operated Computer as a Tool for Underwater Archaeology (by John Carter and James A. Covill). Canso Islands Marine Archaeological Survey (1985) (by R. James Ringer). Covers sunned, red mark to front cover, else very good. 25.00

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2 ERICKSON, Paul Graffiti Halifax Style. First Edition
Lancelot, Hantsport, NS, 1987, ISBN:0889993270 
ERICKSON, Paul. Graffiti Halifax Style. Hantsport, Nova Scotia : Lancelot Press, (1987). First Edition. Pp (10),11-56. Illustrated in b&w, with map. 8vo, photo-illustrated grey & white cardcovers with pink spine. "Ranging from obscene to romantic, even to philosophical, graffiti can be seen as charming gems of humanity that reach out and touch us as we walk by. Coming across some is like finding a note in a bottle washed up on shore. Paul A. Erickson, a professor of anthropology at Saint Mary's University, examines graffiti in Halifax: covering everything from washroom with in a South End university to the use of classic four-letter words in Halifax's North End 'inner city'. Illustrated with full-page photographs by Elizabeth Stevens and drawings by Jacqueline Mitchell, this book also includes a short history of graffiti, a selection of some of Halifax's best graffiti statements and a graffiti forum, where a group of teenagers discuss why they do it." - from the rear cover. Contents: What is Graffiti? Why People Write Graffiti ; Toilet Graffiti; Writing on Walls; Walking around Halifax; More Walking; What Does It All Mean? Halifax Graffiti Sampler; Graffiti Forum; Endnotes. With tables: I. Halifax Graffiti; II. Halifax Graffiti and Bulding Type; III. Halifax Graffiti and Bulding Material; IV. Halifax Graffiti and Municipal Zone;V. Halifax Graffiti and Neighbourhood. Very good. 12.00

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3 ERICKSON, Paul A. COLLINS, Louis W. SMITH, Marilyn Gurney MITCHELL, Dawn T. Halifax's North End : An Anthropologist Looks at the City. Second Printing
Lancelot Press, Hantsport, 1987, ISBN:0889993262 
ERICKSON, Paul A. Halifax's North End : An Anthropologist Looks at the City. Hantsport, Nova Scotia : Lancelot Press, (October 1987). Second Printing.Pp (3),4-128. Illustrated, including 27 b&w photos. 8vo, white card covers . "[...] an historical sketch of a major section of Nova Scotia's largest city. Both in war and peace the North End has played a vigorous and vital part. The importance of forts and the naval presence, housing and industry, the momentous explosion and the unique community of Africville, and many other topics show the distinctive nature of this area. 29 illustrations, ranging from 1786 to 1986, add to the interest of this informative volume. Five 'cameo' accounts by North End residents give special flavor and insight to the concluding section of the book.." - rear cover. Erickson's main text: Preface; Halifax's North End; Old North Suburbs; Dockyard (pp.17-24); Forts;Expansion North; Promise of Industry; Death and Reconstruction; Africville Saga (pp.64-73); Urban Renewal. With extensive end-notes. Supplements: "Th e North End as a State of Mind" by Terrence M. Punch (pp.99-103); "Navy in the North End" by Marilyn Gurney Smith (pp.104-107); "Halifax Explosion Memorial Bell Tower" by Janet F. Kitz (pp.108-114); "Brunswick Street - After Two Decades" by Louis W. Collins (pp.115-118); "Digging the North End" by Dawn T. Mitchell (pp.123-128). Also a section entitled "Africville Remembered" (pp.119-122): "On September 13, 1986, the Black Cultural Centre gatheredtogether a small group of former residents of Africville. The Centre wante d to compile an oral history of their community. Here, in their own exact words, some of the participants remember fondly what it was like to grow up in Africville a half century ago." Contributions by Mrs. Ruth Johnson, Mrs.Elsie Desmond, Mrs. Jessica Kane, Mrs. Eletha Mantley, Mrs. Matilda Newman , and Mrs. Ronald Howe. Very good. 12.00

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4 ERICKSON, Paul A. COLLINS, Louis W. KITZ, Janet F. PUNCH, Terrence M. Halifax's North End : An Anthropologist Looks at the City. Second Printing
Lancelot Press, Hantsport, 1987, ISBN:0889993262 
ERICKSON, Paul A. Halifax's North End : An Anthropologist Looks at the City. Hantsport, Nova Scotia : Lancelot Press, (October 1987). Second Printing.Pp (3),4-128. Illustrated, including 27 b&w photos. 8vo, white card covers . "[...] an historical sketch of a major section of Nova Scotia's largest city. Both in war and peace the North End has played a vigorous and vital part. The importance of forts and the naval presence, housing and industry, the momentous explosion and the unique community of Africville, and many other topics show the distinctive nature of this area. 29 illustrations, ranging from 1786 to 1986, add to the interest of this informative volume. Five 'cameo' accounts by North End residents give special flavor and insight to the concluding section of the book.." - rear cover. Erickson's main text: Preface; Halifax's North End; Old North Suburbs; Dockyard (pp.17-24); Forts;Expansion North; Promise of Industry; Death and Reconstruction; Africville Saga (pp.64-73); Urban Renewal. With extensive end-notes. Supplements: "Th e North End as a State of Mind" by Terrence M. Punch (pp.99-103); "Navy in the North End" by Marilyn Gurney Smith (pp.104-107); "Halifax Explosion Memorial Bell Tower" by Janet F. Kitz (pp.108-114); "Brunswick Street - After Two Decades" by Louis W. Collins (pp.115-118); "Digging the North End" by Dawn T. Mitchell (pp.123-128). Also a section entitled "Africville Remembered" (pp.119-122): "On September 13, 1986, the Black Cultural Centre gatheredtogether a small group of former residents of Africville. The Centre wante d to compile an oral history of their community. Here, in their own exact words, some of the participants remember fondly what it was like to grow up in Africville a half century ago." Contributions by Mrs. Ruth Johnson, Mrs.Elsie Desmond, Mrs. Jessica Kane, Mrs. Eletha Mantley, Mrs. Matilda Newman , and Mrs. Ronald Howe. Top of spine nicked, some spine creasing, else verygood. 11.00

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5 ERICKSON, Paul A. Occasional Papers in Anthropology Special Pub. BLAKELEY, Phyllis R., intro. Halifax's Other Hill : Fort Needham from Earliest Times.
Department of Anthropology, Saint Mary's University, Halifax, 1984, 
ERICKSON, Paul A. Halifax's Other Hill : Fort Needham from Earliest Times. Halifax : Dept. of Anthropology, Saint Mary's University, (1984). Pp (2),iii-vi,1-48,(2). Illustrated. 8vo, white card covers with blank spine. Occasional Papers in Anthropology Special Publication. Introduction by Phyllis R.Blakeley. Contents: Beginning With the American Revolution; Fort Needham R ebuilt; Eclipsed by the Halifax Citadel; Richmond Develops; Halifax Explosion and Aftermath (pp. 26-34); Fort Needham Becomes a Park. With notes at rear. Name, else vg. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 12.00

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6 ERICKSON, Paul A. Images of our Past). Historic North End Halifax. First Edition.
Nimbus Publishing, 2004, ISBN:1551094983 
ERICKSON, Paul A. Historic North End Halifax. (Halifax, NS) : Nimbus Publishing, (2004). First Printing. Pp. (5),[vi]-xviii,[1]-181,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, photo-illustrated grey and brown card covers. From the Images of our Past series. "The North End of Halifax has changed dramatically over the past 250 years. Once a thriving community defined by military forts, a naval presence, and heavy industry, the area was devastated by the massive HalifaxExplosion in 1917. Through subsequent decades of revitalisation, especiall y in the Hydrostone neighbourhood, and destruction, most tragically in the forced evacuation of Africville, the North End has always been a fascinating and unique part of Canada. In 'Historic North End Halifax', Paul Ericksonuses priceless images and detailed captions to document the area's history . With photographs of Gottingen Street as a bustling shopping district, pre-Explosion Richmond, and Africville before it was razed, 'Historic North End Halifax' is a comprehensive, engaging, and fitting tribute to the North End." - from the rear cover. Chapters: 1. "Origin of the North Suburbs"; 2. "Arrival of Foreign Protestants"; 3. The Naval Dockyard"; 4. "The Military Garrison"; 5. "Gradual Expansion North"; 6. Impact of the Railways"; 7. "Promise of Industry"; 8. "The Halifax Explosion"; 9."Rebuilding the North End"; 10. "Saga of Africville"; 11. "The Second World War"; 12. "Urban Renewal". Very good. 15.00

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7 ERICKSON, Paul A. Occasional Papers in Anthropology No. 11) History of Anthropology Bibliography
St. Mary's University, Halifax , 1984, 
ERICKSON, Paul A. History of Anthropology Bibliography. Occasional Papers in Anthropology No. 11. Halifax : St. Mary's University, (1984). Pp. 142. 4to, light grey cardcovers, black titles to front and spine. A listing of thedata in all sub-fields of anthropology with the purpose of making this inf ormation more readily available to those most interested in the subject. Owner's name inkestamped to the title page, else very good. 25.00

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8 ERICKSON, Paul, ed. Underground Halifax : Stories of Archaeology in the City. Second Edition.
Nimbus, Halifax, 2009, ISBN:9781551097435 
ERICKSON, Paul, (ed.). Underground Halifax : Stories of Archaeology in the City. Edited by Paul Erickson. (Halifax, NS) : Nimbus Publishing, (2009). Second Edition.. Pp. (5),vi-xii,[1]-156. Illustrated throughout in b&w and colour. Large 8vo, photo-illustrated blue and green card covers with brown spine, with white lettering to spine. Contents: Foreword by Alan V. Parish. 1. David Christianson's "First Nations Archaeology in Halifax"; 2. Earl Luffman's "Plumbing the Past: Water and Sewage at Fort Charlotte and Fort George"; 3. April D. MacIntyre and Stephen A. Davis's "The Central Trust Affairand Lessons Learned"; 4. Dawn T. Erickson's "Samuel Sellon's Grandmother's House"; 5. Liam D. Murphy's "Avoiding the Bulldozer: Archival Resources fo r Archaeology Downtown"; 6. Danny Dyke's "What Maps Can Show Us"; 7. Paul Williams's "Tales from the Crypt: Excavations Beneath the Little Dutch Church"; 8. W. Bruce Stewart's "Location, Location, Location! Archaeological Mitigation on the Halifax Wastewater Treatment Property"; 9. Lynne and Fred Schwarz's "A Walk in the Park: Point Pleasant Park after Hurricane Juan"; 10.Michele Raymond's "Deadmans Island: Preserving the Past for the Future"; 1 1. Stephen A. Davis and April D. MacIntyre's "Along the Shubenacadie Canal"; 12. Katie Cottreau-Robins's "Excavation of Seaview African United BaptistChurch, Africville"; 13. David WIlliamson's "The Rockingham Inn Project"; 14. Laird Niven's "A Day at the Beach: The Coote Cove Archaeology Project";15. Greg Cochkanoff's "Steamship China from Halifax Harbour"; and 16. Gord on Fader's "The Marine Archaeology of Halifax Harbour". Very good. 15.00

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9 ERICKSON, Paul and Jonathan FOWLER, eds. FOWLER, Jonathan WALLACE, Birgitta CROOK, Robyn Underground Nova Scotia : Stories of Archaeology. Paperback Edition.
Nimbus, Halifax, 2010, ISBN:9781551097923 
ERICKSON, Paul and Jonathan FOWLER, (eds.). Underground Nova Scotia : Stories of Archaeology . Edited by Paul Erickson and Jonathan Fowler. (Halifax):Nimbus, (2010). Pp. (3),iv-xii,[1]-172. Illustrated in colour. Large 8vo, illustrated brown and green card covers with white spine. Contents: 1. Robyn Crook and Matthew Munro's "The Many Layers of Debert: Exploring Nova Scotia's Oldest Archaeological Site"; 2. Benjamin Pentz's "Crossing Kespukwitk:The Ancient Landscape of Highway 8"; 3. Matthew Betts's "Tales from the Sh ell Heap"; 4. Charles A. Burke's "Engaging the Public through Archaeology: The Beaubassin and Fort Lawrence National Historic Sites"; 5. Sara Beanlands's "Neighbours in Time"; 6. Fowler's "A Walk Back in Time at Grand Pre"; 7. Heather MacLeod-Leslie's "Mapping the Black Loyalist Settlement at Birchtown"; 8. Fowler and Robert Ferguson's "Beneath the Blockhouse Floor"; 9. Douglas Stiff and Koreen Millard's "A Laser 'Eye in the Sky': Helping Reveal the Archaeology of Chignecto"; 10. Rebecca Duggan's "Skeletons in the Cellar"; 11. Miek Sanders and Darryl Kelman's "Wrecked in a Hurricane"; 12. Laura de Boer's "The Archaeology of Standing Buildings in Halifax"; 13. MichaelDeal's "Mills and Shipyards: The Industrial Heritage of Scots Bay"; 14. Fe rguson, Lynn Baechler, and Andrew Hanam's "The Island of No Cities"; 15. Birgitta Wallace's "Nova Scotia's Place in Vinland: On the Trail of the Elusive Norse". Name, else very good. 16.00

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