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Publisher: Acadiensis Press, 1988, ISBN:0919107206: 1988
Seller ID: 12112
CONRAD, Margaret, (ed.). They Planted Well : New England Planters in Maritime Canada. Edited by Margaret Conrad. Fredericton, New Brunswick : Acadiensis Press, (1988). First Edition. Pp (6),-321,(1). With some b&w photos, drawings, maps, and other illustrations in the text. 8vo (149 x 226 mm), art-illustrated beige & green card covers, with dark green lettering to covers & spine.Planters Studies Series No.1. "Between 1759 and 1768 some 8,000 New England Planters emigrated to what are now the Maritime Provinces of Canada. Known as 'planters', the old English t... View more info
Publisher: Association for Canadian Studies in the United States, 1975,:
Seller ID: 93641
METCALFE, William C. (ed.). The American Review of Canadian Studies. VolumeV, Number 1, Spring 1975. N.pl.: The Association for Canadian Studies in t he United States, 1975. Pp 1-191,(5). 8vo, pale grey printed card covers. Aspecial issue on Atlantic Canada : Regionalism Past, Present and Future. C ontents : William B. Hamilton's “Some Historical Observations of the “Down East” Route” (pp 3-16); Richard S. Tallman's “Where Stories Are Told: A Nova Scotia Storyteller's Milieu” (pp 17-41); Mason Wade's “After the Grand Derangement: The Acadians' Return to the Gulf of St. Lawrence a... View more info
By: SMITH, Philip H.
Seller ID: 46005
SMITH, Philip H. Acadia : A Lost Chapter in American History. Pawling, NY: by the author, 1884. First Edition. Pp. 381 with 9 plates. 8vo, maroon (faded to brown) cloth, decorative gilt vignette to front, black borders, bevelled edges, gilt lettering to spine. One and a half inch split along rear edge of spine, head and tail nicked, cloth rubbed and well faded, front boardpartially detached, missing ffep, bookplate to front paste-down, some mino r pencilling and the occasional notation to margins, previous owner's name inked to first blank dated Sept. 8, 1886, else very good. 200.00 View more info
By: SMITH, Philip H.
Seller ID: 75377
SMITH, Philip H. Acadia : A Lost Chapter in American History. Pawling, NY: by the author, 1884. First Edition. Pp. 381 with 9 plates. 8vo, maroon (faded to brown) cloth, decorative gilt vignette to front, black borders, bevelled edges, gilt lettering to spine. Covers worn and badly stained, hinges abit shaky, one leaf loose and damaged, else a good reading copy. 110.00 View more info