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Canadian Leaves:  History, Art, Science, Literature, Commerce - a Series  of New Papers Read before the Canadian Club of New York
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Canadian Leaves: History, Art, Science, Literature, Commerce - a Series of New Papers Read before the Canadian Club of New York

By Fairchild, G. M. , Jr. (editor)

NY: Napoleon Thompson & Co. , Publishers. Fair; Front hinge cracked, boards worn, penciled notes on front free . endpaper.. 1887. Hardcover. Halfbound leather with marbled sides, though leather corners perished and spine covered with cloth tape. Illustrations by Thomson Willing. viii, 289 pp. A collection of articles by various authors about Canadian culture and history, including The Schism in the Anglo-Saxon Race by Goldwin Smith, The Great Canadian North-West by Rev. John C. Eccleston, The Heroines of New France by J. M. Lemoine, and An Artists Experience in the Canadian Rockies by John A. Fraser, among others. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

$30.00

L\'Union Des Deux Canadas, 1841-1867
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L'Union Des Deux Canadas, 1841-1867

By David, L. O.

Montreal: Eusebe Senecal & Cie. Fair with no dust jacket; Most of spine leather perished, but rather . neatly repaired with black cloth tape and part of original spine with . gilt-stamped titling. Front hinge also repaired with white cloth tape, . owner bookplate.. 1898. Hardcover. Three quarter black leather with marbled sides. Speckled edges. Text in French. ; 332 pages .

$35.00

The French Canadians, 1760-1945
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The French Canadians, 1760-1945

By Wade, Mason

Toronto: The MacMillan Company of Canada. Very Good in Good dust jacket; Corners rounded, jacket price-clipped and . lightly tattered.. 1956. Second Printing. Hardcover. Green cloth. xvi, 1136 pp. Two folding maps. .

$20.00

The Rise and Fall of New France
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The Rise and Fall of New France

By Wrong, George M.

Toronto: Macmillan Co., at St. Martin's House. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Soiling and toning to spines of . jackets.. 1928. First Edition. Hardcover. Complete in two volumes. xii, [5], 491 pp; viii, [4], 493-925 pp. Blue cloth binding. One folding map and nine others. A comprehensive, well-researched, and well-written history of early Canada. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

$75.00

Canyons, Cans and Caravans
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Canyons, Cans and Caravans

By Hasell, F. H. Eva

London: S. P. C. K.. Very Good with no dust jacket; Boards rubbed, rear hinge cracked.. 1930. 1st UK Edition. Hardcover. Green decorative cloth. Many photographs by the author. The author and other female Anglican missionaries relate their cross-country evangelizing from their Ford Model T across Canada in the late 1920s. Map endpapers. ; 320 pages .

$17.00

The Storied Streets of Quebec
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The Storied Streets of Quebec

By Davies, Blodwen

Montreal: Louis Carrier & Company. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Jacket lightly age toned.. 1929. First Printing. Hardcover. # 879 of 950 copies. Blue cloth. Illustrations in blue, index, fold-out map Illustrated in blue. A Quebec City guide book featuring four distinct walks through the capital which present the many alluring corners of this old French fortress. ; 94 pages .

$50.00

The Beginnings of New France, 1524-1663
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The Beginnings of New France, 1524-1663

By Trudel, Marcel

Toronton: McClelland & Stewart. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Jacket front panel rubbed along top . and bottom edge.. 1973. First Printing. Hardcover. 0771086105 . Dark blue cloth. xii, 323 pages. Black and white maps, photos and illustrations, notes, selected bibliography, and index. A noted Canadian historian recounts the first years of French exploration and colonization in the New World. ; Canadian Centenary Series; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

$60.00

The French-Canadian Outlook:  A Brief Account of the Unknown North  Americans
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The French-Canadian Outlook: A Brief Account of the Unknown North Americans

By Wade, Mason

NY: The Viking Press. Very Good in Good dust jacket; Rubbed, corners bumped. Jacket faded at . spine, closed tears, stained, chipped with small pieces missing at head . and foot of spine.. 1946. First Printing. Hardcover. Orange cloth binding, green topstain. Index. Period look at what was then one-third of the Canadian population whose loyalties were described as to a nonexistent France of the eighteenth century and who insisted on holding on to its own language and traditions. ; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 192 pages .

$18.00

Montreal under Maisonneuve, 1642-1665
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Montreal under Maisonneuve, 1642-1665

By Lanctot, Gustrave

Toronto: Clarke, Irwin & Company. Very Good in Good dust jacket; Heavy liftoff to front jacket panel.. 1969. First Edition. Hardcover. Translated by Alta Lind Cook. Black cloth binding. Illustrated endpapers. xii, 268 pp, index, illustrations. .

$25.00

Bellechasse en Blanc et Noir
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Bellechasse en Blanc et Noir

By Starenkyj, Stefan

Armagh, Bellechasse, Quebec: Orion. Very Good; Covers lightly scuffed.. 1977. Softcover. Ink sketches of landmarks around Bellechasse, outside Quebec City. Text in French. Unpaginated. ; Oblong 4to 11" - 13" tall .

$20.00

The Newfoundland Story
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The Newfoundland Story

By Perlin, A. B.

Grand Falls, Newfoundland, Canada: Anglo-Newfoundland Development Company. Very Good; Pages toned.. 1959. Softcover. Pictorial stapled wraps. Photos. ; 31 pages .

$20.00

Quebec: a Quaint Mediaeval French City in America At the Dawn of the Xxth  Century:  Its Topography, History, Legends and Historical Treasures and  Surroundings
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Quebec: a Quaint Mediaeval French City in America At the Dawn of the Xxth Century: Its Topography, History, Legends and Historical Treasures and Surroundings

By Routhier, A. B.

Montreal: Publishing Company. Good; Wraps soiled and worn, waterstain to lower corner of preliminaries.. 1904. First Edition. Softcover. Cloth-backed printed red stiff wraps. Index to illustrations and index to chapters. A lavishly illustrated and comprehensive exploration of Quebec Citys culture, history, geography, legends, and archaeology. Many maps, engravings, and photo reproductions. ; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 400 pages .

$30.00

Many Trails
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Many Trails

By Symons, R. D.

Toronto: Longmans Canada. Very Good in Good dust jacket; Endpapers dampstained, jacket toned and . chipped, with silverfish damage at margins.. 1963. First Edition. Hardcover. Gray cloth binding. Illustrations by the author. A memoir about the author's life in Canada from 1914-1945, and his love of cattle ranging and the wilderness. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 202 pages .

$7.50

Seventy Years of New Brunswick Life:  Autobiographical Sketches
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Seventy Years of New Brunswick Life: Autobiographical Sketches

By Baird, William T.

St. John, N. B.: Geo. E. Day. Very Good with no dust jacket; Cloth bubbled on front boards, corners . rounded, light wear to boards, owner name on front free endpaper, several . newspaper clippings and manuscript notes laid in.. 1890. Hardcover. Brown cloth with titles stamped in gilt on front boards and spine. Frontispiece photo of the author, a Lt. Colonel and Paymaster of Military District No. 8 and Superintendent of Stores at St. John, New Brunswick from 1879-1887. Errata slip tipped in before first page of preface. xii, 358 pages. History, lore, biographies, and anecdotes of New Brunswick. .

$75.00

The South Shore Phrase Book
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The South Shore Phrase Book

By Poteet, Lewis J.

Hantsport, Nova Scotia: Lancelot Press. Very Good; Covers rubbed.. 1984. Second Printing. Softcover. 0889991928 . Photos. Inscribed by the author on the half-title. Belsnickers, larrigons, and scouse. ; 72 pages; Signed by Author .

$13.00

The Second South Shore Phrase Book:  A Nova Scotia Dictionary
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The Second South Shore Phrase Book: A Nova Scotia Dictionary

By Poteet, Lewis J.

Hantsport, Nova Scotia: Lancelot Press. Very Good; Cup ring on front cover.. 1985. First Printing. Softcover. 0889992894 . Photos. Inscribed by the author on the half-title. Snotlockers, savoury meats, and Tibbs Day. References, notes. ; 58 pages; Signed by Author .

$13.00

Charlevoix:  Two Centuries At Murray Bay
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Charlevoix: Two Centuries At Murray Bay

By Dube, Philippe

Kingston and Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1990. First English Language Edition. Hardcover. 0773507264 . Gray cloth binding. Preface by Timothy Porteous. Translated from the French by Tony Martin-Sperry. Many photographs. xv, 271 pp. A history of the rural Quebec Charlevoix region which has been an elegant summer resort area for over two hundred years. .

$30.00

A Life of its Own:  Chris Huntington and the Resurgence of Nova Scotia  Folk Art, 1975-1995
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A Life of its Own: Chris Huntington and the Resurgence of Nova Scotia Folk Art, 1975-1995

By Martin, Ken

Halifax: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1997. Softcover. 0888714572 . A catalogue to accompany an exhibition of Huntington's work held at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia 27 September, 1997 - 25 January, 1998. Curated by Ken Martin. Printed stapled wraps. Notes, sources, list of works. Many photos, including some in color. ; 48 pages .

$30.00

Among the Deep Sea Fishers, Vol. XV, No. 3, October 1917
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Among the Deep Sea Fishers, Vol. XV, No. 3, October 1917

NY: Grenfell Association of America. Good; Dogeared pages, covers creased and worn, several tears to front . cover.. 1917. Softcover. An issue of the quarterly magazine issued by the charitable organization founded in 1914 by physician Sir Wilfred Grenfell and still in operation today. Grenfell was instrumental in securing medical and other services for the residents of Newfoundland and Labrador and this issue of the magazine contains articles about hospital boats, a memorial to New England chapter president William DeWitt Hyde, articles about various chapters and missions, and letters from World War I soldiers. Many photos of residents, landscapes and Grenfell and his workers in Newfoundland and Labrador. Pictorial stapled wraps. Four page leaflet about Grenfell's hospital steamship, the Strathcona, laid in, along with a photograph print of nurses and doctors attending to tubercular patients on a snowy outside deck. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 48 pages .

$20.00

South Shore, Seasoned Timbers
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South Shore, Seasoned Timbers

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada: Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia. Very Good; Covers lightly scuffed, else a clean, tight copy.. 1974. Softcover. Many photos. Histories and descriptions of historic Nova Scotia homes. ; Vol. 2; 156 pages .

$25.00

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