Our Ain Folk and Others. First Edition in dustjacket, Signed

By: RANKIN, D.J., Rev

Price: $60.00

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RANKIN, D.J., Rev. Our Ain Folk and Others. Toronto : The Macmillan Companyof Canada Limited, 1930. First Edition. Pp (4), v-vi, (1), 1-208. 8vo, gre en cloth, with gilt lettering to spine. Tennyson 1067, Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 2524, which both incorectly call for an index. Watters p.370, Laugherp.469, Bibliography of Macmillan of Canada Imprints 438. A novel of Cape B reton, featuring the Townsends and the Stacys.. Duncan Joseph Rankin, P.P. of Iona, C.B., was born on December 16, 1874, on a farm in Inverness County, at a place then called Cape Mabou and now South Highlands."- r.dj flap. Died in 1954. "Offers a survey of "men and things" as they really are in Cape Breton today. The farther one journeys westward of the Strait of Canso all the more apparent does the lack of knowledge of Cape Breton and the Cape Bretoners become. From our Ain Folk and Others it will be readily realized that, despite the immense material development which this part of the Dominion has undergone within the past generation or so, the march of intellectual progress has in nowise slackened off. Nor has material-mindedness banished either the spirituality or the warmth of soul which characterized the doughty pioneer ancestors of 'our ain folk'".- front dj flap. Chapters : 1. Louisbourg (pp.1-24); 2. Sydney (pp.25-36); 3. St. Ann's (pp.37-49); 4. CapeBreton Island; 5. Nova Scotia, 6. The Maritime Provinces; 7. Canada; 8. Am erica; 9. Europe; 10. The World; 11. Addition; 12. Subtraction; 13. Division; 14. Multiplication; 15. History; 16. Geography; 17. Botany, 18. Fishing;19. Races, 20. Children; 21. Boys; 22. Girls; 23. Men; 24. Women; 25. Doct ors; 26. Soldiers; 27. Battles; 28. Middle Age; 29. Old Age; 30. End. Faintstains to front cover, else vg in lightly worn, waterstained dj. Inscribed by the author. 60.00

Title: Our Ain Folk and Others. First Edition in dustjacket, Signed

Author Name: RANKIN, D.J., Rev

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Publisher: Macmillan, 1930,:

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