This is New Brunswick. First Edition in dustjacket

By: CHILDS, Gerry

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CHILDS, Gerry. This is New Brunswick. (Halifax, NS) : Nimbus Publishing, (1996). First Edition. Pp (2), [iii]-viii,1-[80]. Illustrated. Oblong 8vo (270 x 216 mm), green cloth, gilt lewttering to spine. James Gerald "Gerry" Childs (b. January 20, 1938, Saint John, N.B. - d. February 17, 2012, Fredericton) was living in Grand Bay, N.B. at the time of publication. A pictorialwork on New Brunswick with 86 colour photos. "It has been written that a l and long lived in sings with many voices, and so it can be said of New Brunswick. With a rich tapestry of traditions and cultures—including the Mik'maq and Maliseet, Acadian, United Empire Loyalist, Irish and Danish—and an engaging history, New Brunswick is more than a political jurisdiction or geographical area; it is a spiritual landscape. A landscape of rustic covered bridges and cascading waterfalls; autumn trees ablaze with colour and green rolling hills; small towns and bustling cities; fishing boats nuzzling coastal wharves and cows grazing in farmland pastures. Bordered by the ocean onthree sides, New Brunswick's scenic coastline reveals a maritime history o f shipbuilding traditions, commerce and the bounty ot the sea, while its sparkling lakes and rivers are a mecca for boating and fishing, and the idealsettings to witness natural splendours. From Acadian coastal villages, alo ng the Miramichi, through the Appalachians and the St. John River Valley and out to the Bay of Fundy, This Is New Brunswick is a pictorial travelogue of a province synonymous with natural beauty, old-world charm and friendly people. Whether you're new to the province or familiar with its charms, join Gerrvy Childs on a stunning visual tour that orivides a personal perspective of all that is New Brunswick." (from the dj). Very good in dustjacket. 15.00

Title: This is New Brunswick. First Edition in dustjacket

Author Name: CHILDS, Gerry

Categories: 888,

Publisher: Nimbus, Halifax, NS, 1996, ISBN:1551091941:

Seller ID: 26704