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1 WALKER, James W. St.G. Black History in the Maritimes : Major Themes and Teaching Strategies : Selected Bibliography.
1985, 
WALKER, James W. St.G. Black History in the Maritimes : Major Themes and Teaching Strategies : Selected Bibliography. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. [ca 1985]. Pp [1]-11 leaves, printed one side only. 4to, photocopied leaves, corner stapled. A photocopied typed bibliography of references to black history in the Maritimes. Contents : A. Bibliographies. B. General Works on Blacks in Canada. C. Works on Race Relations in Canada. D. Biographical Works. E. Bookson Blacks in the Maritimes. F. Articles on Blacks in the Maritimes. G. Rep orts. H. Graduate Theses on Blacks in the Maritimes. Horizontal fold, else very good. 5.00

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2 WALKER, James W.St.G. Black Identity in Nova Scotia : Community and Institutions in Historical Perspective
Black Cultural Centre , 1985, 
WALKER, James W.St.G. The Black Identity in Nova Scotia : Community and Institutions in Historical Perspective. N.pl.: Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia, n.d. [1985]. Pp [1]-28. 8vo, stapled cream card covers. Vg. 10.00

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3 WALKER, James W.St.G. Black Loyalists: The Search for a Promised Land in Nova Scotia and Sierra Leone 1783-1870. 1st in dj. signed.
Longman & Dalhousie University Press, Halifax, 1976, ISBN:058264190x 
WALKER, James W.St.G. The Black Loyalists : The Search for a Promised Land in Nova Scotia and Sierra Leone, 1783-1870. (Halifax) : Longman & DalhousieUniversity Press, (1976). First Printing. Pp. (4),[v]-xvi,(2),[1]-438,+ 8 pp.plates. 8vo, blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine. A volume in the Dalhousie African Studies Series. General editor; John Flint. Contents: 1. Origin of the Black Loyalists: The slaves' war for independence, 1775-83; 2. Land and Settlement in Nova Scotia: The establishment of a free black community, 1783-91; 3. Freedom Denied: The bondage of dependence, 1783-91; 4. Black Society in Loyalist Nova Scotia: The growth of a separate identity, 1783-91; 5. Foundation of Sierra Leone: The province of freedom and the British philanthropists, 1787-92; 6. Black Exodus: Clarkson's mission to America,1791-92; 7. The Year of Jubilee: The Nova Scotian settlers in Sierra Leone , 1792; 8. A New Captivity: Restrictions and Conflict, 1793-94; 9. The Promised Land: The development of an independent existence, 1794-96; 10. Black Nationalism: The political expression of settler independence, 1796-1800; 11. Black and White: Reconciliation with the Sierra Leone Company, 1800-08; 12. The Ransomed Sinners: The restoration of confidence, 1808-15; 13. The Golden Age: Position and prosperity, 1815-27; 14. The Disinheritance: The price of survival, 1827-50; 15. Creoledom: The Nova Scotian heritage ina new nationality, 1850-70. With epilogue, bibliography and index. Slightly cocked, else very good in nicked dust jacket. 60.00

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4 WALKER, James W.St.G. Reprints in Canadian History. Black Loyalists: The Search for a Promised Land in Nova Scotia and Sierra Leone 1783-1870. UofT Paperback.
University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1999, ISBN:0802074022 
WALKER, James W.St.G. The Black Loyalists : The Search for a Promised Land in Nova Scotia and Sierra Leone, 1783-1870. Toronto : University of TorontoPress, (1999). Pp. (4),[v]-xxv,(1),1-438. 8vo, illustrated purple and gree n card covers with pink spine, green and white lettering to front cover andspine. A volume in the Reprints in Canadian History series. Contents: 1. O rigin of the Black Loyalists: The slaves' war for independence, 1775-83; 2.Land and Settlement in Nova Scotia: The establishment of a free black comm unity, 1783-91; 3. Freedom Denied: The bondage of dependence, 1783-91; 4. Black Society in Loyalist Nova Scotia: The growth of a separate identity, 1783-91; 5. Foundation of Sierra Leone: The province of freedom and the British philanthropists, 1787-92; 6. Black Exodus: Clarkson's mission to America, 1791-92; 7. The Year of Jubilee: The Nova Scotian settlers in Sierra Leone, 1792; 8. A New Captivity: Restrictions and Conflict, 1793-94; 9. The Promised Land: The development of an independent existence, 1794-96; 10. BlackNationalism: The political expression of settler independence, 1796-1800; 11. Black and White: Reconciliation with the Sierra Leone Company, 1800-08;12. The Ransomed Sinners: The restoration of confidence, 1808-15; 13. The Golden Age: Position and prosperity, 1815-27; 14. The Disinheritance: The price of survival, 1827-50; 15. Creoledom: The Nova Scotian heritage ina newnationality, 1850-70. With epilogue, bibliography and index. Spine sunned to pink, else very good. 30.00

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5 HOWELL, Colin, and H.V. NELLES (eds.). WALKER, James W. St.G. WETHERELL, Charles NICOLAI, Martin L. Canadian Historical Review. Vol. 70, No. 1, March 1989.
University of Toronto Press, Toronto , 1989, 
HOWELL, Colin, and H.V. NELLES (eds.). Canadian Historical Review. Vol. LXX, No. 1, March 1989. (Toronto) : University of Toronto Press, 1989. Pp (2),[1]-149,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated cream card covers. Contents : Race and Recruitment in World War I: Enlistment of Visible Minorities in the Canadian Expeditionary Force (by James W. St.G. Walker, pp 1-26); Two Acresand a Cow: 'Peasant' Farming for the Indians of the Northwest, 1889-1897 ( by Sarah Carter, pp 27-52); A Different Kind of Courage: The French Military and the Canadian Irregular Soldier during the Seven Years' War (by MartinL. Nicolai, pp 53-75); Another Look at the Loyalists of Shelburne, NS, 178 3-95 (by Charles Wetherell and Robert W. Roetger, pp 76-91). Nicked, else very good. For the issue 12.00

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6 SMITH, James Walker. Hospital Liability.
Law Journal Seminars-Press, New York , 1987, 
SMITH, James Walker. Hospital Liability. New York : Law Journal Seminars-Press, 1987. Pp [i]-xxiii,(3),1-32,(4),1-31,(3),1-24,1-26,1-26,1-18,1-12,1-23,(1),1-11,(1),1-23,(1),1-9,(1),1-38,1-18,1-37,(1),1-52,1-43,(1),1-12,(4),1-2,(4),1-11,(3),1-72,(2),1-73,(111),1-7,(199). 8vo, brown leatherette binder, gilt lettering on green panel to front board and spine. Contents : 1. Hospital Organizational Structure. 2. Immunity. 3. Hospital Tortious Liability. 4. Standard of Care. 5. Hospital Professional Liability Insurance. 6. Admission and Emergency Treatment. 7. Nosocomial Infections. 8. Equipment Related Patient Injuries. 9. Discharge, Transfer and Referral. 10. Particular Hospital Services. 11. Nursing. 12. Informed Consent. 13. Refusal of Treatment. 14. Patient Medical Records. 15. Hospital Accreditation. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Some yellow highlighting,note in black marker to one page, else very good. 200.00

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7 WALKER, James. Identity : The Black Experience in Canada.
Ontario Educational Communications Authority in association with Gage Educational Publishing Ltd, 1979, ISBN:0771583281 
WALKER, James. Identity : The Black Experience in Canada. N.pl.: The Ontario Educational Communications Authority in association with Gage EducationalPublishing Ltd., (1979). Pp (2),[i]-x,1-163,(1). Illustrated. 4to, illustr ated brown card covers. Contents : I. Canadian Black History (Introduction). II. Contemporary Black Canada (Immigration; Education; Organization). III. Resources. Very good. 20.00

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8 CAMERON, James M. MacKAY, George Walker Ships and Seamen of New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. First Edition.
Hector Publishing, 1959, 
CAMERON, James M. Ships and Seamen of New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. (New Glasgow : Hector Publishing Company, 1959). First Edition. Pp [1]-45,(3),+ 8 pp.photos. 8vo, stapled grey card covers. Includes a list of ships built in NewGlasgow compiled by George Walker MacKay, and a list of Pictou County Capt ains. Light browning to spine and edges, else very good. 40.00

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9 CAMERON, James M. MacKAY, George Walker. Ships and Seamen of New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. Second Printing, Paperback.
Hector Publishing, 1959, 
CAMERON, James M. Ships and Seamen of New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. (New Glasgow : Hector Publishing Company, August 1959). Second Edition, Revised. Pp [1]-45, (3),+ 8 pp.photos. 8vo, stapled brown card covers. James Malcolm Cameron (b. 1913, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia - d. January 8, 1995, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia) newspaperman and historian. Includes a list of ships built in New Glasgow compiled by George Walker MacKay, and a list of Pictou County Captains (pp. 37-45, with 174 entries). Covers lightly rubbed, sparse pencilled marginalia, else very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs shouldbe a bit cheaper than quoted. 30.00

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10 WALKER, James W. St.G. West Indians in Canada.
Canadian Historical Association, Ottawa , 1984, ISBN:0887981003 
WALKER, James W. St.G. The West Indians in Canada. Ottawa : Canadian Historical Association, 1984. Pp (2), 3-27, (1). Map. 8vo, blue card covers. No. 6 in Canada's Ethnic Groups booklet series. Contents : 1. The Caribbean Background. 2. Early Migrants in Canada. 3. Recent Immigration. 4. Adaptation to Canada. 5. Comparative Perspective. James W. St,G. Walker is with the Department of History at the University of Waterloo. Very good. 12.50

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11 WALKER, James W. St.G. West Indians in Canada. Signed
Canadian Historical Association, Ottawa , 1984, ISBN:0887981003 
WALKER, James W. St.G. The West Indians in Canada. Ottawa : Canadian Historical Association, 1984. Pp (2), 3-27, (1). Map. 8vo, blue card covers. No. 6 in Canada's Ethnic Groups booklet series. Contents : 1. The Caribbean Background. 2. Early Migrants in Canada. 3. Recent Immigration. 4. Adaptation to Canada. 5. Comparative Perspective. James W. St,G. Walker is with the Department of History at the University of Waterloo. Very good. Signed with inscription by the author, and with an Autograph Letter Signed from the author laid in. 20.00

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