DAY, Douglas (ed.)
Title: Geographical Perspectives on the Maritime Provinces. PBK.
Publisher:  Saint Mary's University, Halifax, 1988, ISBN:0969348703
Seller ID: 28264
DAY, Douglas (ed.). Geographical Perspectives on the Maritime Provinces. With Robert J. McCalla, Hugh Millward, Peter J. Ricketts, Brian S. Robinson. Edited by Douglas Day. Halifax : Saint Mary's University, (1988). Pp [i]-ix,(1),-218. 8vo, illustrated pale blue card covers. Contents: 1. Peter Ennals and Deryck Holdsworth's "The Cultural Landscape of the Maritime Provinces"; 2. Stephen J. Hornsby's 'Migration and Sewttlement: The Scots of CapeBreton"; 3. Michael J. Troughton's 'From Nodes to Nodes: The Rise and Fall of Agricultural Activity in the Maritime Provinces"; 4. Robert MacKinnon a nd Graeme Wynn's "Nova Scotian Agriculture in the 'Golden Age': A New Look"; 5. Paul B. Frederic's "Upper Saint John Valley Potatoes: An InternationalTrade Issue"; 6. Hugh Millward's "Mining and Landscape Modification on the Sydney Coalfield"; 7. L.D. McCann's "'Living the double life': Town and Co untry in the Industrialization of the Maritimes; 8. Millward and Eric Keuper's "Access to the Halifax Peninsula: Locational Decisions in the Context of Metropolitan Planning"; 9. Robert J. McCalla's "Land Use Development in CItyport Waterfronts: A Model"; 10. Laurence Hildebrand, Peter B. Eaton, andWilliam R. Ernst's "Environmental Issues in the Maritimes"; 11. Peter J. R icketts's "Shoreline Changes and Associated Coastal Management Issues in the Maritime Provinces"; 12. L. Anders Sandberg's "Swedish Forestry Legislation in Nova Scotia: The Rise and Fall of the Forest Improvement Act, 1965-1986"; 13. Douglas Day's "Offshore Hydrocarbon Exlporation in the Maritimes: The Influence of Public Policy, Economic Conditions, and Corporate Decisions". Small crease to upper right front corner, else very good. 17.50