John W. Doull, Bookseller, Inc.

Quick Search

Author/Illustrator
Title
Words appearing in our descriptions
Keyword(s)
 
 
 
 

DAVIS, Stephen A. Listings

If you cannot find what you want on this page, then please use our search feature to search all our listings.

Click on Title to view full description

 
1 DAVIS, Stephen A. Archaeological Resource Inventury Shubenacadie Canal Redevelopment Project.Zone I : Canal Entrance
Department of Anthropology, Saint Mary's University,, Halifax , 1984, 
DAVIS, Stephen A. Archaeological Resource Inventury Shubenacadie Canal Redevelopment Project. Zone I : Canal Entrance. Halifax : Department of Anthropology, Saint Mary's University, (1984). Pp (2),i-iii,1-22 mimeographed leaves, printed one side only. Illustrated. 4to, black comb-bound, illustrated card covers. Prepared for Department of Development, Business & Technical Services Division, Province of Nova Scotia. Limited to approximately 20 copies for internal distribution (Stan d'Entremont, Field Assistant, personal communication). Very good. 60.00

Price: 60.00 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
2 TURNBULL, C.J. (ed.) DAVIS, Stephen A. ALLEN, Patricia KEENLYSIDE, David Archaeological Resources in the Maritimes 1980
1982, 
TURNBULL, Dr. C.J. (ed.). Archaeological Resources in the Maritimes: 1980. Reports in Archaeology No.5. (Fredericton) : Council of Maritime Premiers, 1982. Pp (4),i-vi,1-99. Illustrated. Maps. 4to, spiral bound card covers. Contents: "Coastal Erosion and Archaeological Sites in Charlotte County, NewBrunswick - 1980 Survey" by Stephen A. Davis; "Miramichi Basin Estuary New Brunswick - 1980 Survey" by Patricia Allen; and "Prince Edward Island Arch aeological Research 1980" by Dr. David Keenlyside. Vg. 40.00

Price: 40.00 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
3 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

Price: 25.00 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
4 DAVIS, Stephen A., Catherine COTTREAU and Laird NIVEN COTTREAU, Catherine NIVEN, Laird Artifacts from Eighteenth Century Halifax : The Central Trust Archaeological Project
Saint Mary's University, Halifax, 1987, 
DAVIS, Stephen A., Catherine COTTREAU and Laird NIVEN. Artifacts from Eighteenth Century Halifax : The Central Trust Archaeological Project. Halifax: Saint Mary's University, 1987. Pp. 260. Illustrated with 30 plates with corresponding text opposite and numerous line drawings throughout. Large 8vo, cream coloured ill. card covers, black titles to front and spine. The archaeological findings during the early days of the construction of the CentralTrust Building in downtown Halifax offered up a bounty of artifacts dating back to the early days of Halifax, in particular ceramic and glassware, co ins, clothing, personal and military items. A crisp, tight copy. Uncommon. 50.00

Price: 50.00 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
5 DAVIS, Stephen A., Catherine COTTREAU and Laird NIVEN COTTREAU, Catherine NIVEN, Laird Artifacts from Eighteenth Century Halifax : The Central Trust Archaeological Project. pbk.
Saint Mary's University, Halifax, 1987, 
DAVIS, Stephen A., Catherine COTTREAU and Laird NIVEN. Artifacts from Eighteenth Century Halifax : The Central Trust Archaeological Project. Halifax: Saint Mary's University, 1987. Pp. 260. Illustrated with 30 plates with corresponding text opposite and numerous line drawings throughout. Large 8vo, cream coloured ill. card covers, black titles to front and spine. The archaeological findings during the early days of the construction of the CentralTrust Building in downtown Halifax offered up a bounty of artifacts dating back to the early days of Halifax, in particular ceramic and glassware, co ins, clothing, personal and military items. Nick to top edge, else very good. Uncommon. 45.00

Price: 45.00 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
6 CANDOW, James E CORBIN, Carol, ed. HARRIS, Leslie, foreword. DAVIS, Stephen A. How Deep is the Ocean? : Historical Essays on Canada's Atlantic Fishery. First Edition
UCCB Press / University College of Cape Breton Press, Sydney, NS, 1997, ISBN:0920336868 
CANDOW, James E. and Carol CORBIN, (eds.). How Deep is the Ocean? : Historical Essays on Canada's Atlantic Fishery. (Sydney, NS) : University College of Cape Breton Press, (1997). First Edition. Pp (8).[ix]-xvii,(3),[3]-[288],(2). Some tables and illustrations in the text. 8vo, photo-illustrated card covers. James E. Candow (b. September, 24, 1954, Gander, Newfoundland). Contents : Foreword by Leslie Harris; Introduction by James E. Candow and Carol Corbin. Early Fishery. 1. "Archaeological Evidence for Pre-Contact Fishing in the Maritimes" by Stephen A. Davis; 2. "The 16th-Century Fishing Voyage" by Peter E. Pope; 3. "Portugal's Cod Fishery in the 16th Century: Myths and Misconceptions" by Darlene Abreu-Ferreira. Eighteenth-Century Fishery. 4. "The French Fishery in North America in the 18th Century" by Jean-François Brière; 5. "The New England Fishery and Trade at Canso, 1720-1744" by Judith Tulloch. Nineteenth-Century Fishery. 6. "Family Economy and the Fishing Company, Miscou 1841-1847" by Sheila Andrew; 7. "Social History in a Newfoundland Outport: Harbour Breton, 1850-1900" by D.A. Macdonald; 8. "Good Debts and Bad Debts: Gaspé Fishers in the 19th Century" by Roch Samson; 9. "Accounting for Change: Understanding Merchant Credit Strategies in OutportNewfoundland" by Robert C.H. Sweeny. Twentieth-Century Fishery. 10. "'Recu rring Visitations of Pauperism': Change and Continuity in the Newfoundland Fishery" by James E. Candow; 11. "Technology Rejected: Steam Trawlers and Nova Scotia, 1897-1933" by B.A. Balcom; 12. "'Come on all the crowd, on the beach!': The Working Lives of Beachwomen in Grand Bank, Newfoundland, 1900-1940" by Cynthia Boyd; 13. "The Newfoundland Fishery Research Commission, 1930-1934" by Melvin Baker and Shannon Ryan; 14. "Fishing in Modern Times: Stewart Bates and the Modernization of the Canadian Atlantic Fishery" by Miriam Carol Wright; 15. "The International Fishery off Canada's East Coast inthe 20th Century" by Raymond B. Blake; 16. "The Fish Killers" by William W . Warner; 17. "Fishers' Ecological Knowledge and Stock Assessment in Newfoundland" by Barbara Neis; 18. "The Commercial Annihilation of Northern Cod: The Fate of the 1986 and 1987 Year-Classes" by Donald Harold Steele and Raoul Andersen. With glossary and index. Very good. 22.50

Price: 22.50 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
7 d'ENTREMONT, Stanley A. . Occasional Papers in Anthropology 3 DAVIS, Stephen A., foreword MOORE, Marilyn J. Inventory of Stemmed Projectile Points of Nova Scotia. signed
Department of Anthropology, Saint Mary's University, Halifax , 1977, 
d'ENTREMONT, Stanley A. and Marilyn J. MOORE. An Inventory of Stemmed Projectile Points of Nova Scotia. Halifax : Department of Anthropology, Saint Mary's University, September 1977. Pp (4),i-v,[1]-95. Illustrated. 4to, spiral-bound card covers. Occasional Papers in Anthropology No.3. Foreword by Stephen A. Davis. Line drawings by Stephen Leonard. Stanley A. d'Entremont (b. February 14, 1954). Light edgewear, else very good. Signed by d'Entremont. 50.00

Price: 50.00 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
8 DAVIS, Stephen A. Man in the Northeast No. 24 Fall 198220.00 Late Archaic Cache/Burial from New Brunswick
SUNY/Albany, 1982, 
DAVIS, Stephen A. "A Late Archaic Cache/Burial from New Brunswick". An article published in Man in the Northeast , No. 24, Fall 1982, pp. 135-146, including two pages of illustrations. (Albany, NY: SUNY/Albany), 1982. Pp. 150. 4to, cream ill. card covers, brown titles to front. Vg. 20.00

Price: 20.00 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 
9 McGEE, Harold Franklin, Jr., Stephen A. DAVIS, and Michael TAFT (compiled bDAVIS, Stephen A. TAFT, Michael Occasional Papers in Anthropology, 1) Three Atlantic Bibliographies
Department of Anthropology, Saint Mary's University, Halifax, 1975, 
McGEE, Harold Franklin, Jr., Stephen A. DAVIS, and Michael TAFT (compiled by). Three Atlantic Bibliographies . [Halifax]: Department of Anthropology, Saint Mary's University, Autumn 1975. Pp. 205. 4to, illustrated blue white comb-bound card covers. Occasional Papers in Anthropology, No. 1. The three bibliographies included in this volume are: 1. Ethnographic Bibliography of Northeastern North America (compiled by McGee), 2. Preliminary Archaeology Bibliography of Atlantic Canada and Maine (compiled by Davis), and 3. A Bibliography for Folklore Studies in Nova Scotia (compiled by Taft). Top edge sunned, faint creasing to covers, else vg. 35.00

Price: 35.00 CDN
Add to Shopping Cart
 
 

 


Questions, comments, or suggestions
Please write to [email protected]
Copyright©2019. All Rights Reserved.
Powered by ChrisLands.com

 

 

cookie