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Acadia : The Geography of Early Nova Scotia to 1760. First Edition in dustjacket

By: CLARK, Andrew Hill

Price: $125.00

Publisher: 1968,:

Seller ID: 40438


CLARK, Andrew Hill. Acadia : The Geography of Early Nova Scotia to 1760. Madison, Milwaukee and London : The University of Wisconsin Press, 1968. First Edition. Pp (6),vii-xx,(2),[3]-450,(2). Illustrated. Maps, tables. Map endpapers. 8vo, tan cloth with brown titles to spine. Tennyson 219, Tennyson:Cape Bretoniana 601. Contents: 1. Introduction; 2. The Endowment of Nature (The Forms of the Land, Climate, Vegetation, Soils); 3. The Micmac Indians : First Residents of Acadia (The People, The Economy, Other Elements of Material Culture); 4. Acadia to 1670 (The Extent of Acadia, Beginnings in 1632... View more info

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Three Centuries and the Island. 1st pr in dj. signed

By: CLARK, Andrew Hill

Price: $100.00

Publisher: Toronto, 1959,:

Seller ID: 64750


CLARK, Andrew Hill. Three Centuries and the Island : A Historical Geographyof Settlement and Agriculture in Prince Edward Island, Canada. Tor./Buffal o : University of Toronto Press, (1975). First Edition. Pp (4),[v]-[xiv],(2),3-287. Including 155 text maps. 8vo, orange cloth. "The settlement of theIsland is traced from the time it was used as a summer campground by the M icmac Indians. Details of the arrival of the first Acadians, the transfer to British rule, and the subsequent influx of Scottish, Irish, Loyalist, andEnglish stock are given together with evidence of the effect their comi... View more info

Three Centuries and the Island : A Historical Geography of Settlement and Agriculture in Prince Edward Island, Canada. 2nd pr in dj.

By: CLARK, Andrew Hill

Price: $85.00

Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Toronto , 1970, ISBN:0802050719:

Seller ID: 92332


CLARK, Andrew Hill. Three Centuries and the Island : A Historical Geographyof Settlement and Agriculture in Prince Edward Island, Canada. Toronto: Un iversity of Toronto Press, [n.d. - 1970-1?]. Second Printing (unstated). Pp. (4),[v]-[xiv],(2),3-287. Including 155 text maps. 8vo, orange cloth with black lettering to spine. "The settlement of the Island is traced from the time it was used as a summer campground by the Micmac Indians. Details of the arrival of the first Acadians, the transfer to British rule, and the subsequent influx of Scottish, Irish, Loyalist, and English stock are give... View more info

Three Centuries and the Island : A Historical Geography of Settlement and Agriculture in Prince Edward Island, Canada 1st pr in dj.

By: CLARK, Andrew Hill

Price: $35.00

Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Toronto , 1959,:

Seller ID: 94877


CLARK, Andrew Hill. Three Centuries and the Island : A Historical Geographyof Settlement and Agriculture in Prince Edward Island, Canada. Tor./Buffal o : University of Toronto Press, (1959). First Edition. Pp (4),[v]-[xiv],(2),3-287. Including 155 text maps. 8vo, rebound in maroon library cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Contents: 1. Introduction; 2. Abegweit: Mid-Seventeenth Century; 3. Ile St. Jean: Eighteenth Century, First Half; 4. The Island of St. John: Eighteenth Century, Second Half; 5. The Colony of Prince Edward Island: Early Nineteenth Century; 6. The Island One Century Ago; 7. Decli... View more info

Three Centuries and the Island : A Historical Geography of Settlement and Agriculture in Prince Edward Island, Canada 1st pr in dj.

By: CLARK, Andrew Hill

Price: $90.00

Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Toronto , 1959,:

Seller ID: 72949


CLARK, Andrew Hill. Three Centuries and the Island : A Historical Geographyof Settlement and Agriculture in Prince Edward Island, Canada. Toronto/Buf falo : University of Toronto Press, (1959). First Edition. Pp (4),[v]-[xiv],(2),3-287. Including 155 text maps. 8vo, orange cloth. "The settlement of the Island is traced from the time it was used as a summer campground by the Micmac Indians. Details of the arrival of the first Acadians, the transfer to British rule, and the subsequent influx of Scottish, Irish, Loyalist, and English stock are given together with evidence of the effect their ... View more info