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EACH MORNING BRIGHT. 160 Years of Selected Reading from the Ottawa Citizen 1845-2005

Ontario, ON, Canada: n/a. Hardcover. 0969890885 460 pages. Index. Map endpapers. "In this very special collection of excerpts from the finest journalism produced by the Ottawa Citizen over 160 years, you will be taken on a journey from 1845 to the present day, from the flowery prose of the earliest editions, to the leaner writing of modern times. Illustrations, editorials, feature stories and advertisements will bring back fond memories, broaden understanding of Ottawa's roots and provide plenty of food for thought and fodder for conversation." - from dust jacket. Numerous reproductions of illustrations, primarily in black and white. Clean, bright and unmarked with negligible wear. Dust jacket now preserved in glossy new archival-grade Brodart cover. A beautiful copy. Gift quality. . Fine. 2005. First Edition.



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Uranium in Canada

By Diefenbaker, The Right Honourable John G. (Foreword)

Canada: Canadian Uranium Producers. Paperback. 16 pages. Promotional booklet for Canada's early uranium industry. Following the foreword by Prime Minister Diefenbaker are sections describing the development of uranium in Canada, a listing of products available, method of purchase, Directory of uranium producing companies, plus a list of sources of further information. Faint bit of writing atop front cover otherwise unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound copy of this vintage item. . Good. 1959. First Edition.



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Injustice Served: The Story of British Columbia's Italian Enemy Aliens During World War II

By Culos, Raymond; Iacobucci, The Hon. Frank

Canada: Cusmano. Hardcover. 0980970083 216 pages. Index. Bilingual English/Italian. Illustrated primarily in black and white. "The very sensitive story of BC's Italians classified as enemy aliens during World War II. Raymond Culos' documented research and prose provide an enlightened analysis of the Government of Canada's rationale for arresting and incarcerating Italians suspected of being members of a local fascist organization. He also presents testimony of the suffering of family members of the POWs. Culos further illustrates the sense of frustration, anger and yes, sheer mortification felt by hundreds of loyal citizens required to report monthly to the RCMP. In the midst of this incredible chapter in Canada's wartime history the reader becomes aware of the BC Italian Canadians who publicly swore allegiance to King and Country and those who served in the defence of Canada. A number of these servicemen were on active duty while members of their families were being scrutinized by the RCMP." - from dust jacket. An unread copy. Clean, bright and unmarked with negligible wear. Dust jacket now preserved in glossy new archival-grade Brodart cover. A beautiful copy. Gift quality. . Fine. 2012. First Edition.



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On blue ice: The Inuvik adventure

By Stoneman-McNichol, Jane

Canada: Town of Inuvik. Paperback. 0919315062 80 pages. Photo-illustrated history of Inuvik. Profusely illustrated with colour and black and white photos. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1983. First Edition.



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The Gunners of Canada: The History of The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery Volume II 1919-1967

By Nicholson, Colonel G.W.L

Canada: McClelland & Stewart. Hardcover. 0771067712 760 pages. Index. References. Black and white photographic plates. Fold-out maps. "Somewhat above-average external wear. Binding intact with a partial lean. A sound reference copy of this important work. . Fair. 1972. First Edition.



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Historic Saskatoon: A Concise Illustrated History of Saskatoon 1882-1947

By Crcher, John H.: Compiler; Bates, J.C

Saskatoon, Canada: Junior Chamber of Commerce. Paperback. 63 pages. Reproductions of archival black and white photos. Printed on glossy stock. Average wear. Minor pen mark atop front cover otherwise clean and unmarked. Binding intact. A sound copy. . Good. 1947. First Edition.



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Canadian West Magazine, October / November / December1991, Vol. 7, No. 4 (Collector's #26)

By Truax, Madelon; Goldring, Philip; Anderson, Mary W.; Nadler, John; Smyth, Lindsay

Canada: Sunfire. Paperback. Pages 131-174.. Features: Alex Monkman's Dream - transportation through the mountains; Whisky, Horses & Death - the Plains Indian in the Cypress Hills; The Miner's Angel; The Great Creston Bank Robbery; A Just Retribution - The first newspaper headline claimed 45 miners had been massacred by Indians in the Fraser Canyon. Moderate wear. Unmarked. Ad clipped from back cover. . Good. 1991. First Edition.



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Canadian Military History, Spring 1995, Volume 4, Number 1 - The Canadian Liberation of West Brabant

By Hayes, Geoffrey; Dykman, Henk; Maloney, Sean M.; Shelley, C.R.; Henry, Hugh G.; Donaghy, Greg; Currelly, R.T.; al, Et

Canada: LCMSDS. Paperback. 128 pages. Features: "Where are our Liberators?" - The Canadian Liberation of west Brabant; The Liberation of Leesten; "Missed Opportunity" - Operation Broadsword, 4 Brigade and the Gulf War, 1990-1991; HMCS Prince Robert - The Career of an Armed Merchant Cruiser; The Calgary Tanks at Dieppe; The Rise and Fall of Canadian Military Assistance in the Developing world, 1952-1971; The Dutch Underground in Barneveld - Occupatiion to Liberation; How the War Ended; The Capture of the Abbaye D'Ardenne by the Regina Rifles, 8 July 1944; Genesis of a Painting - Alex Colville's War Drawings; News from the Directorate of History; Charles Comfort - Soldiering Artist, 1943-1945; Tommy Atkins We Never Knew Ye - Documenting the British Soldier in Canada, 1759-187; and more. Moderate wear. Clean and unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1995. First Edition.



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St. Catharines: Canada's canal city

By Jackson, John N

Canada: St. Catharines Standard. Hardcover. 0919549241 414 pages. Illustrated in black and white. List of selected references. Map endpapers. "Presents the most comprehensive heritage account ever published of the St. Catherines region." - from dust jacket. Average wear. Dust jacket now preserved in glossy new archival-grade Brodart. A sound copy. . Good. 1993. Reprint.



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Canadian West Magazine, July / August / September 1993, Vol. 9, No.3 (Collector's #33)

By Basque, Garnet; Schelten-Cornish, Susan; Ives Sr., Jack

Canada: Sunfire. Paperback. Pages 91-126. Features: Dyea exploded from a small Indian village to a gold rush boomtown, but its tenure was brief; The Whisky Fort at Pine Coulee - Alberta's 26 whisky forts; Gunfight in Saskatchewan - 'the greatest gunfight between police and bandits in Canadian history'. Average wear. Moisture exposure to upper corner. A worthy reference copy. . Fair. 1993. First Edition.



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Canadian West Magazine, April/May/June 1993, Vol. 9, No. 2 (Collector's #32)

By Murray, Jeffrey S.Traeger, Dallas Overfield; Basque, Garnet

Canada: Sunfire. Paperback. 86 pages. Features: In 1874 the North West Mounted Police set out on a 1,000 - mile to establish Canadian authority in the West; Trek to Manson Creek - When Charles Ace Overfeld, an eastern Pennsylvania boy-turned westerner, signed up for a mining stint at Manson Creek, British Columbia, he thought it was just the opportunity he had been waiting for to get rich quick - instead, it turned out to be his worst nightmare; Slocan Lake's Lost Silver Bullion - according to the legend, a boxcar loaded with silver bullioin, rolllling with the motion of the barge during a storm, smashed through the guard rails and vanished into the dark waters below; The Lost Strongbox of the Mount Royal - Ever since she sank in Kitselas Canyon on July 6, 1907, rumours have persisted that the Mount Royal's safe went to the bottom containing as much as $100,000 in gold. Light wear. Clean and unmarked. A nice copy. . Very Good. 1993. First Edition.



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Hands to Flying Stations: v. 1: Recollective History of Canadian Naval Aviation, 1945-1954

By Soward, Stuart E

Victoria, BC: Neptune Developments. Hardcover. 0969722907 340 pages. Index. Black and white illustrations. Volume 1 of "the story of the formation of Canadian Naval Aviation and its development to maturity." - from Foreward. Usual library markings. Only moderate wear. Sound reference copy. . Good. 1993. First Edition.



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Princeton B.C. (British Columbia)

By Currie, Laurie

Canada: Similkameen Spotlight Publishing. Paperback. 131 pages. Presents the history of Princeton, British Columbia. Numerous reproductions of archival black and white photos. Binding intact. Above-average wear. Usual library markings. A worthy reference copy. . Fair. 1979. First Edition.



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(Medicine Hat) River Crossings 1883-1980

By Milne, Fiona

Canada: HSMH&D. Paperback. 22 pages. List of references. "Between 1883 and 1980 various facilities and methods were used to cross the river at Medicine Hat. This work is a compilation of relevant excerpts from books, newspapers, research of historians and personal memoirs." - from title page. Unmarked. Average wear. A sound copy. . Good. 1981. First Edition.


Canadian Golden West Magazine, Volume XIII No. 2 (Circa 1979)

By Kogawa, Joy; Gratz, Humphrey; Storch, Rita; Kwasny, Barbara; Fromhold, J.; Nowlin, C. Lloyd; Ferguson, W.P

Calgary, AB, Canada: Golden West. Paperback. 44 pages. Contents: Coaldale - Gem of the West - A Community Profile; Custer's Last Soldier - John McAlpine's memories of the famous battle; Sculptor Harry O'Hanlon; Portrait Artist Jon Williams; Traces of ancient Indian housebuilders found on the banks of the Bow; The ways of the great Grizzly; Johnny Bearspaw - a personal remembrance; The First Flight to Peace River and Beyond. Circa 1979. Average wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1979. First Edition.



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Official Telephone Directory, Medicine Hat, March 1907

By Canada, The Bell Telephone Company of

Canada: The Bell Telephone Company of Canada. Paperback. 10 pages. This undated reprint appears to be circa 1980. Moderate wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1980. Reprint.



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Canadian West Magazine, Fall 1994, Vol. 10, No. 3 (Collector's #37)

By Inwood, Damian; Tolton, Gord; Alley, William; Mason, John Keith; Pethick, Derek

Canada: Sunfire. Paperback. 38 pages. Features: Lost Fenian Gold; John Herron - Policeman, Plainsman and Politician; Bridge Creek Correspondence; The Home-Made Propellers; Fort Victoria 1858 (Part IV); John Innes' Historic Paintings of British Columbia. Average wear. Moisture exposure/staining to bottom edge. A worthy reference copy. . Fair. 1994. First Edition.



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Centennial of Vancouver Jewish life, 1886-1986 (Publications of the Jewish Historical Society of British Columbia)

By Leonoff, Cyril Edel

Canada: Jewish Historical Society of British Columbia. Paperback. 0969126859 30 pages. Bibliography. Black and white reproductions of archival photos. An engaging look at one-hundred years of early Jewish life in Vancouver, B.C.. Light wear. Unmarked. A sound copy. . Good. 1986. Reprint.



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Salty Dips Vol. 2: and All Our Joints Were Limber

By Lynch, Mack, ed

Canada: Naval Officers' Associations of Canada. Paperback. 0969134223 206 pages. "Navy veterans simply spun their 'salty dips' into a tape recorder with an audience of their peers. The tapes were transcribed into this gem of a book." - Ottawa Citizen. Average wear. Prior owner's name neatly atop title page. Minor lean to spine. Sound reference copy. . Good. 1985. First Edition.



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Strathcona: A history of British Columbias first provincial park

By Baikie, Wallace

Canada: Ptarmigan Press. Paperback. 0919537294 137 pages. Many black and white illustrations. Maps. Glossary of historical dates. Above-average but not excessive wear. Binding intact. A sound copy of this informative work. . Fair. 1986. First Edition.


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