FORBRIGGER, Lorena, (ed.).
Title: Port Hawkesbury, Nova Scotia : A Glimpse of the Past. Reprint Edition, Hardcover in dustjacket
Publisher:  Port Hawkesbury Centennial Committee, Sydney, 1997,
Seller ID: 109295
FORBRIGGER, Lorena, (ed.). Port Hawkesbury, Nova Scotia : A Glimpse of the Past. Sydney : Printed by City Printers Limited for Port Hawkesbury Centennial Committee, 1997. "Reprinted in 1997" [on the front dustjacket flap]. . Pp (5),vi-ix,(1),-120,(2),6),(2). Triple column. With over 150 b&w photos as well as other illustrations. 4to, blue hardcovers, with gilt letteringto front & spine and gilt town seal on front.. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana, 3642. Chapters : 1. The Beginning Years 1780s to 1880s (by Lorena Bethel Forbrigger); 2. The Incorporation of Port Hawkesbury (by W.J. "Billy Joe" MacLean}; 3. Industrial and Community Development, 1880s to 1950 (by Helen MacDonald and Lorena Bethel Forbrigger); 4. The Creamery (by Flo Hennessey); 5. The Ice-Cream Parlour (by Margaret McCully); 6. Port Hawkesbury Pub;ic Schools, 1900 to 1961 (by Flo Hennessey); 7. The War Years (by Lorena Bethel Forbrigger and Helen MacDonald); 8. The Good Old Days in Port Hawkesbury (by Helen MacDonald); 9. Industrial and Community Development, 1950 to Present (by Patricia M. Dietz) [including the building of the Candso Causeway, Stora Forest Industries, the Oil Refinery, the Heavy Water Pant, &c]; 10. Education in Port Hawkesbury, 1961-1988 (by Helen MacDonald); 11. What is PortHawkesbury? (by Helen MacDonald); 12. Let's Not Forget the Admiral [tiny p iece on Edward Hawke BY Helen MacDonald]. With lengthy appendices. This reprint has a six-page update at the end, with the "The Port Hawkesbury Story Continues" by A Blaise McInnis and "Stora Port Hawkesbury Limited: Industrial Growth and Expansion"" by Patricia M. Dietz. Chapter 3 has the followingnautical sections (pp.28-37) : the railroad ferries, passenger ships, car ferries, the waterfront, and the Boston Boats. "Reprinted in 1997. The Strait Waterfront Development Corporation has issued this reprint as a fund-raising project. The Corporation wished to acknowledge the work of the contributors to the original edition and to thank those who contributed to the sixpage insert." - front dj flap and fist page. Very good in torn dustjacket. 80.00