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HALIBURTON, E.D. Boats, Books, and Apples : A Portrait of E. D. Haliburton,a Rugged Individualist, by Himself and Others. Edited by Gordon M. Haliburton. (Wolfville, Nova Scotia) : "Published by Haliburton Farms and Stoney Hill Publishing", 2003. First Edition. "This book was typeset in Octavian and printed offset at Gaspereau Press." Pp (6),7-284,(4), including portrait frontispiece. Illustrated with photos, and facsimiles to text. Large 8vo (214 x 278 mm), photo-illustrated cardcovers, with white & black lettering to front & grey-brown spine.
"Edward Douglas Haliburton (born March 28, 1898, St. John's, Newfoundland – d. March 12, 1990, Halifax).
Gordon MacKay Haliburton, Ph.D. (b. March 28,1928, Greenwich, Kings County, Nova Scotia) was living in Wolfville at the time of publication.
Boats, Books and Apples is a portrait of E.D. Haliburton, who loved sailing and served in the Royal Navy in World War I, loved literature and read omnivorously (and wrote a great deal on his trusty typewriter) but whose greatest passion was for growing apples on his Annapolis Valley farm in Nova Scotia. From 1956 to 1970 he was a leading member of the Government of Nova Scotia.
This book shows him as he saw himself, with intimate glimpses of family life with a father described by his five sons. His personality and thinking is illustrated by selected correspondence, a sampling of his columns in the Halifax Chronicle-Herald, and a sketch of his participation in the politics of the apple industry in the 1940s." - from the cover."
A Chronology of the Life of EDH;
Introduction: A Sketch of the Early Life of E.D. Haliburton.
Childhood and Youth in Newfoundland and Cape Breton (pp.35-44).
Out in the World;
The Post-War Decade;
Beginning My Career in the Apple Industry;
Work and Play at Avonport in the Thirties and Forties.
Adventures in Writing and Sailing.
Afterword: The Final Forty Years.
The Life of Jean T. Haliburton.
Filial Memories of Father and the Farm.
Selected Correspondence and Writings:
1. A Variety of Letters.
2. The Annapolis Valley Apple Industry from its Origins in the 1850s to its Crisis in the 1940s (pp.203-233).
3. A Sampler of Writings.
4. Selected Correspondence.
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Title: Boats, Books, and Apples : A Portrait of E. D. Haliburton, a Rugged Individualist, by Himself and Others. First Edition
Publisher: Haliburton Farms / Stoney Hill Publishing / Gaspereau Press, Wolfville, N.S., 2003, ISBN:0969538227: 2003
ISBN Number: 0969538227
ISBN Number 13: 9780969538226
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