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1 GARLAND, Joseph E. PATTILLO, Jim. Bear of the Sea : Giant Jim Pattillo and the Roaring Years of the Gloucester-Nova Scotia Fishery. pbk.
Nimbus Publishing, Halifax, 2001, ISBN:1551093650 
GARLAND, Joseph E. Bear of the Sea : Giant Jim Pattillo and the Roaring Years of the Gloucester-Nova Scotia Fishery. Halifax: Nimbus, (2001). Pp. (10),xi-xiv,(2),3-352,(2). 8vo, ill. blue card covers. A biography of Jim Pattillo, the Nova Scotian-born, Gloucester-based fisherman legend, the "Paul Bunyan of the sea". Originally published in 1966 as That Great Pattillo. "Therollicking run-ins of an uproariopus Nova Scotia fishing skipper turned wh itewashed Yankee -- in the golden days of wooden ships and blown-out sails,when men were men and rum was rum, and the devil took the hindmost." -from the rear cover. Vg. 10.00

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2 BABSON, John J. GARLAND, Joseph E. SMITH, Charles C. History of the Town of Gloucester, Cape Ann, including the Town of Rockport. 350th Anniversary Edition
Peter Smith, Gloucester, Mass., 1972, ISBN:0844600148 
BABSON, John J. History of the Town of Gloucester, Cape Ann, including the Town of Rockport. 350th Anniversary Edition. Introduction & Historical Review [by] Joseph E. Garland. Gloucester, Mass.: Peter Smith, 1972. Pp (6),[vii]-lxv,(1),[1]-610,+ 10 plates. Frontispiece portrait and laid-in folding map. Index. 8vo, grey cloth, black lettering to spine. A facsimile reprint of the original Proctor Brothers 1860 edition, with an "Introduction to the 350th Anniversary Edition" and an "Historical Review since 1860" by Joseph A. Garland (1972) and a Memoir by Charles C. Smith (1888). Contents : 1. Topographical Description... 2. Early Voyages to North America... 3. Attempt at Settlement... 4. Early Settlers... 5. First Selectmen... 6. Ship-building... 7. First Church... 8. Ship-building... 9. Second P arish... 10. First Physicians... 11. Second Parish... 12. Emigration to Falmouth, Me... 13. Fourth Parish... 14. First Parisah... 15. Sandy Bay... 16. Excise Act... 17. Third Parish... 18. Town's Powder... 19. Business of the Town before 1775... 20. Revolutionary War... 21. First Parish... 22. Declaration of Independence... 23. Independent Christian Society... 24. Loss of Polls... 25. View of the Town at the Close of the War. 26. Schools re-opened... 27. Independent Christian Society... 28. First Parish... 29. Political Excitement... 30. The Federalists lose Ascendency... 31. The Town of Rockport... 32. Post-office established... 33. Modern Business of the Town. Appendices. Very good. 35.00

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3 GARLAND, Joseph E. PATTILLO, James William, Capt That Great Pattillo. 1st in nicked dj
Little, Brown, 1966, 
GARLAND, Joseph E. That Great Pattillo. [dj adds : The Merry Misdemeanours of a Legendary Gloucester Fisherman]. Boston : Little, Brown, (1966). First Edition. Pp x,(2),[3]-342 + 8 p. of plates. Map eps. 8vo, maroon cloth. Not in O'Dea. Chapters 13 and 14 (pp.141-168) concern his 1838-39 adventures in Newfoundland aboard the schooner Tiger. Map of Fortune Bay on end-papers. "James William Pattillo was a roaring, seafaring Paul Bunyan who, between 1806 and 1887, packed enough adventure and excitement to fill a dozen lifetimes. The son of a Scotsman who pioneered in Nova Scotia [...]" - from the dj. Much on Halifax & Nova Scotia throughout, including a chapter on gold mining. Vg in nicked dj. 40.00

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