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1 MacDONALD, Bill Further Emanations of Silver Islet, Volume II
Poriphery Press, Thunder Bay, ON, 1995, ISBN:0969313895 
MacDONALD, Bill. Further Emanations of Silver Islet, Volume II . (Thunder Bay, ON: Poriphery Press, 1995). Pp. 57. Illustrated. Large 8vo, illustratedstapled white card covers. A collection of nautical related anecdotes from Silver Islet, on the Ontario side of Lake Superior. Vg. 12.00

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2 LEBRUN, Richard A. (ed.) MacDONALD, Heidi MOREAU, Bill PELLETIER, Yves Yvon J. Historical Studies 2003 Volume 69. The Canadian Catholic Historical Association
Canadian Catholic Historical Association, Ottawa, 2003, 
LEBRUN, Richard A. (ed.). Historical Studies 2003 Volume 69. (Ottawa): The Canadian Catholic Historical Association, 2003. Pp [1]-105,(1),B1-B38,(2),[1]-148,(2). 8vo, blue printed card covers. This publication is divided intoan English and a French section, along with a bibliographical section. Som e of the contents include : “William Davis and the Road to Completion in Ontario’s Catholic High Schools, 1971-1985" (by Robert Dixon); “Developing a Strong Roman Catholic Social Order in Late Nineteenth-Century Prince EdwardIsland" (by Heidi MacDonald); “The Death of Père Aulneau, 1736: The Develo pment of Myth in the Northwest" (by Bill Moreau); “Faith on the Battlefield: Canada’s Catholic Chaplaincy Service during the Second World War" (by Yves Yvon J. Pelletier); “Bishop J.T. McNally and the Anglicization of the Diocese of Calgary: 1913-1915” (by Sheila Ross). Very good. 15.00

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3 MacDONALD, Bill. Sail the Inland Sea : A Tale of Two Voyages : From Thunder Bay to Saguenay Fjord
Porphry Press, Thunder Bay , 1993, ISBN:0969313853 
MacDONALD, Bill. Sail the Inland Sea : A Tale of Two Voyages : From ThunderBay to Saguenay Fjord. I. Great Lakes Odyssey : From Thunder Bay to Montre al on the Greek Freighter Pontoporos. II. In Search of White Whales : From Kingston to Saguenay Fjord on the Victorian Empress. (Thunder Bay : PorphryPress, 1993). First Edition. Pp (6),i-v,(7),1-201,(1). Illustrated. Maps. 8vo, illustrated green card covers, lettered in white. I. Great Lakes Odyssey: A sociable expedition across the Great Lakes and down the St. Lawrence Seaway aboard the ocean-going Greek freighter Pontoporos. Modern mythology with real Greek sailors, real Grekk food and real Greek beer. A voyage of discovery.... II. In Search of White Whales :A rollicking river cruise from Kingston to Saguenay Fjord aboard the replica steamship Victorian Empress. Colourful characters, interesting ports-of-call: Brockville, Cornwall, Upper Canada Village, Montreal, Trois-Rivières. Quebec City, Mrray Bay, Petit Saguenay . Covers rubbed, else very good. 20.00

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4 MacDONALD, Bill True Intrepid : Sir William Stephenson and the Unknown Agents. First Edition in dustjacket
Timberholme Books Ltd, Surrey, BC, 1998, ISBN:1894254015 
MacDONALD, Bill. The True Intrepid : Sir William Stephenson and the UnknownAgents. (Surrey, British Columbia) : Timberholme Books Ltd, (1998). First Edition. Pp. (6),7-432. With a few illustrations in the text. 8vo, black cloth, silver lettering to spine. The intriguing story of World War II espionage and secret identity, including the search for the "real" James Bond andthe founding of the CIA. Willism James 'Bill' Macdonald (b. 1956, Winnipeg ). "The true story of Winnipeg born William Stephenson (known as 'Intrepid'), his career, and the secret World War II espionage organization, British Security Coordination, which he established in the heart of New York City. Stephenson staffed BSC with hundreds of Canadians recruited from across thecountry. Bill Macdonald documents Stephenson's clouded early life and unra vels layers of misinformation from previous books and secret papers to reveal the astonishing details of the man who said: 'Nothing decieves like a document.' Truth can be elusive - especially during wartime. Regarded as a founder of the CIA by the organization's own historians, Stephenson has remained a mysterious figure. Included with this volume are many interviews withformer members of BSC: secretaries, cipher clerks, covert operatives, and with former BSC agent, British author Roald Dahl. Of special historic significance are the revelations of the Allies' communications genius, the late Benjamin de Forest Bayly, who had previously never discussed his war work. His electronic wizardry helped guard the Allies' top secret, and win the Battle of the Atlantic." - from the dj. Section 1. The Life of William Stephenson. 1. Winnipeg; 2. World War I; 3. Britain; 4. British Security Coordination; 5. New York City; 6. London; 7. Washington; 8. The BSC History and the Last Case; 9. Postwar; 10. Out of the Shadows; 11. A Man Called Intrepid [published in 1976] - The Curious Case of Dusko Popov - The Reviews - The Critics. Section 2. The Unknown Agents. 12. BSC Recruits: Winnipeg - Toronto; 13. 'Cynthia' and Marion - Marion de Chastelain; Britia n 14. Bill Ross Smith 15. Betty Raymond; 16. Astley and the Service; 17. Roald Dahl; 18. Grace Garner; 19. Benjamin de Forest Bayly : Cyptography vs. Espionage - The Plumber - The U-Boats - Aspidistra - ULTRA and Bletchley. Section 3. End Notes. With appendicies, bibliography and index. Very good in dustjacket. 27.00

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