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The Beaver, Magazine of the North, March 1951, Outfit 281 - Trading at Padlei, N.W.T. / Conflict on Puget Sound
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The Beaver, Magazine of the North, March 1951, Outfit 281 - Trading at Padlei, N.W.T. / Conflict on Puget Sound

By Harrington, Richard; Jaques, Florence; Lee; Joss, William F.; Galbraith, J.; Finnie, R.; Greenlees, S.; Armstrong, N.; Cormack, J.; Granberg, W.

Canada: Hudson's Bay Company. Paperback. 50 pages. Many reproductions of black and white photos. Printed upon glossy stock. Features: Great colour cover photo of scene inside trading post; Delta Marsh Revisited - waterfowl research station on the shores of Lake Manitoba; Eskimo Sleds - photo-illustrated article; Trading at Padlei, N.W.T. - ; Northern Portraits - photos taken along the Alaska Highway; Conflict on Puget Sound - friction between the Company men at Nisqually and the incoming American settlers, a century ago; First Short-Wave in the Arctic (part II); Filming the Northland - the making of the NFB film 'Indian Canoeman'; Klondike Memories - adventures of young Englishmen who struck it rich in the Klondike; There Go Flukes! - giant sperm whale fights for its life against killer ship ("Nahmint") and killer whales - photo-illustrated article; La Perouse on Hudson Bay - hitherto unpublished eye-witness account of the French capture of Prince of Wales's Fort and York Factory in 1782; Nice colour ad for Hudson's Bay shirts for men and women on back cover. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. . Good. 1951. First Edition.

$149.95

Canadian Jewish Archives, New Series, Number Three (3) - On the Jewish School Question in Montreal 1903-1931
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Canadian Jewish Archives, New Series, Number Three (3) - On the Jewish School Question in Montreal 1903-1931

By Rome, David (Compiler); Hayes, Saul (Foreword)

Montreal: Canadian Jewish Congress (CJC) National Archives / Jewish Community Foundation of Montreal. Paperback. 141 pages. Index. Errata. "A narrative and documented chapter out of the annals of Canadian Jewry. Outlines the story documented in the papers described in "Canadian Jewish Archives", new series, no. 2." - from Foreword. Unmarked with moderate wear. Moisture staining to fore-edge. Binding intact. A sound working copy. . Good. 1975. First Edition.

$199.95

The Beaver, Magazine of the North, June 1953, Outfit 284 - The Loucheux / Assiniboine Steamboats / Yukon Stage Line
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The Beaver, Magazine of the North, June 1953, Outfit 284 - The Loucheux / Assiniboine Steamboats / Yukon Stage Line

By Mead, M.; McCook, J.; Hunter, G.; Taylor, P.; Leechman, D.; Gordon, R.; Kerr, R.; Harrington, R.; McFadden, M.; MacBride, W.; Clark, D.

Canada: Hudson's Bay Company. Paperback. 50 pages. Many reproductions of black and white photos. Printed upon glossy stock. Features: Enter the European - I - Into the South Pacific; Peers on the Prairie - in the 19th century several British noblemen came to hunt buffalo in the Canadian West; Uranium for Atomic Power - photo-illustrated article about how uranium is found and extracted from the age-old rocks near Lake Athabasca and Great Bear Lake; Tales from the Delta - true stories and folk tales from the Mackenzie delta where the Eskimo and Loucheux Indians meet and mingle; The Loucheux; Holidays by Canoe - travelling through the Canadian wilderness by paddle; For the Royal Scottish Museum - items worn and used by natives of the Northwest a century ago; Making Moccasins - photo-instructions; Assiniboine Steamboats - over 70 years ago they paddled from Winnipeg as far as Fort Pelly; Yukon Stage Line - the old stage between Whitehorse and Dawson - photo-illustrated article; He Piloted The Beaver - Captain Eugene Thurlow of Seattle is probably the only man alive who has piloted the North Pacific's first steamer. Nice colour ad for Hudson's Bay Point Blankets on back cover. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. . Good. 1953. First Edition.

$149.95

The Beaver, Magazine of the North, Autumn 1955, Outfit 286 - Discovery of Grand Falls / The Countess of Dufferin
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The Beaver, Magazine of the North, Autumn 1955, Outfit 286 - Discovery of Grand Falls / The Countess of Dufferin

By Phillips, W.J.; Taylor, Harry; Keefer, Claire; McKelvie, Bruce; Lower, A.R.M.; Morrison, Fred; Blair, Don; Stubbs, Roy; Graysen, Z.; Stobie, M.; Bald, F.

Canada: Hudson's Bay Company. Paperback. 58 pages. Many reproductions of black and white photos. Printed upon glossy stock. Features: Glamorous colour photo of woman wearing arctic fox evening cloak inside front cover; The Mad Giant and the Mountie - a huge Swede who worked on a section gang makes a sudden divorce from sanity; Frank Oliver - Spokesman for the West; Cold War on the Fraser River - the Yucultas near Fort Langley were dreaded by all the tribes along the river - until the day when the cold war became a hot war; The Simple Men; First Lady of the Rails - "The Countess of Dufferin"; On Board the M.V. Fort Hearne - great photo study; Robert (Bob) Chambers Edwards (Eye-Opener Bob); Trapping the Big Horn - there was lots of action when some California Bighorn sheep were corralled in the Chilcotin country for shipment to Oregon; The Formative Years - II - part 2 of an article on the early settlement of the area which, 50 years ago, became Saskatchewan and Alberta; The Story of The Sault - on the centenary of the first American locks at Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, Dr. Clever Bald sketches the history of the two towns - Canadian and American - beside the rapids; Nice colour ad for Hudson's Bay Point Blankets on back cover. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. . Good. 1955. First Edition.

$129.95

Canadian Jewish Archives, New Series, Number Eighteen (18), On the Early Harts - Part 4 (Four)
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Canadian Jewish Archives, New Series, Number Eighteen (18), On the Early Harts - Part 4 (Four)

By Rome, David (Compiler)

Montreal: Canadian Jewish Congress (CJC) National Archives / Jewish Community Foundation of Montreal. Paperback. vi + pages 326-457. Extensive index. Contents: Against Panet; Again, House vs. Hart; A Quarter of a Century Before his Time; May 5, 1809; Bad Jew?; A Higher Authority; Craig Had Had Enough; London Reacts; Third Election; The Years After; The Family Sees Itself. Unmarked with moderate wear. Binding intact. A sound copy. . Good. 1980. First Edition.

$199.95

The Beaver, Magazine of the North, September 1949, Outfit 280 - Thelewey-aza-yeth / Nipigon Fisherwoman Elizabeth Taylor
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The Beaver, Magazine of the North, September 1949, Outfit 280 - Thelewey-aza-yeth / Nipigon Fisherwoman Elizabeth Taylor

By Moffatt, A.; Shave, H.; Blanchet, G.; Edmonds, W.; Kane, H.; Dunn, J.; McCowan, D.; Ellis, F.; Rousseau, J.; McKelvie, B.; MacFarlane; Baird, P.

Canada: Hudson's Bay Company. Paperback. 50 pages. Many reproductions of black and white photos. Printed upon glossy stock. Features: Centenary of Diocese - the Anglican Diocese of Rupert's Land was created in 1849; Thelewey-Aza-Yeth - Guy H. Blanchet searches the headwaters of the Thelon River; Committee's Punch Bowl - the little lake at the top of Athabaska Pass, which Simpson named after the Company's London Board, 125 years ago; Frail American Elizabeth Taylor braves the rigours of wilderness travel 60 years ago, just to see how she can take it; Woodland table manners; New York to Nome and Back - in 1920, eight fliers of the United States Air Service flew from New York to Nome and return - photo-illustrated article; Mistassinia Calendar - a year in the life of a Mistassini Indian - photo-illustrated article; HBC and Vancouver's Island - behind the establishment of Vancouver Island as a Crown Colony lay a tense international drama, and a great story of loyalty; Letters Outward 1679-94 - a review of the 11th volume of the Hudson's Bay Record Society; Expeditions to the Arctic - 3rd of 3 instalments listing the various expeditions to the Canadian Arctic from the year 1004 A.D., this part covering the years 1860-1918; Nice colour ad for Hudson's Bay Point blankets on back cover. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. . Good. 1949. First Edition.

$149.95

The Beaver, Magazine of the North, Spring 1955, Outfit 285 - Athabasca Tar Sands / Liard River Voyage / "Parthia" of The Pacific / Franklin Search and Halkett's Air Boat
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The Beaver, Magazine of the North, Spring 1955, Outfit 285 - Athabasca Tar Sands / Liard River Voyage / "Parthia" of The Pacific / Franklin Search and Halkett's Air Boat

By Lesage, Jean; MacLeod, M.; Hunter, G.; Patterson, R.; Faber, J.; Gilliat, R.; Anderson, J.; Wilkie, J.; Breckenridge, W.; Ross, B.

Canada: Hudson's Bay Company. Paperback. 58 pages. Many reproductions of black and white photos. Printed upon glossy stock. Features: Enter the European V. Among the Eskimos (part II); Manitoba Maple Sugar - for centuries the Manitoba Maple has been furnishing syrup and sugar to the Indians and white men - article with photos; Athabasca Tar Sands - Great photo study of the sands before a profitable oil extraction method had been devised; Liar River Voyage; "Parthia" of the Pacific - the first vessel to fly the C.P.R. house flag saw service in the Yukon gold rush and the Aleutian campaign, and still plies the water of the Pacific - article with photos; St. Lawrence Seaway - Photo Study III; Moose Fort Journals, 1783-5 - the latest volume of the Hudson's Bay Record Society; Naturalists on the Back River (part 1 of 2); Footnotes on the Franklin Search - I - Halkett's Air Boat; Fur Trade Gossip Sheet; Nice colour ad for Hudson's Bay Point Blankets on back cover. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. . Good. 1955. First Edition.

$149.95

Canadian Jewish Archives, New Series Number 10 (Ten), Our Forerunners - At Work, Epilogue - Notes on the Twentieth (20th) Century
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Canadian Jewish Archives, New Series Number 10 (Ten), Our Forerunners - At Work, Epilogue - Notes on the Twentieth (20th) Century

By Rome, David (Compiler)

Montreal: Canadian Jewish Congress (CJC) National Archives / Jewish Community Foundation of Montreal. Paperback. Pages 94-208. Index. "This early Jewish labor movement was a remarkable and unique phenomenon which loses much when its story is told only as part of labor history... What is on record is the effort of these generations of union men, of socialists, anarchists, and of Labor Zionists to wrest from their employers maximum salaries and optimum working conditions." - from page 94. Unmarked with moderate wear. Binding intact. A sound copy. . Good. 1978. First Edition.

$169.95

The Correspondence of Lieut. Governor John Graves Simcoe, with Allied Documents Relating to His administration of the Government of Upper Canada, Volume II (2 / Two), 1793-1794
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The Correspondence of Lieut. Governor John Graves Simcoe, with Allied Documents Relating to His administration of the Government of Upper Canada, Volume II (2 / Two), 1793-1794

By Cruikshank, Brigadier General E.A.; Simcoe, Lieut. Governor John Graves

Toronto: The Ontario Historical Society. Hardcover. 470 pages. Index. Ten fold-out maps. Green boards. Gilt lettering to backstrip. 10.3" x 7.8" x 2". Few internal library markings. Average wear. . Good. 1924. First Edition.

$149.95

Canadian Jewish Archives, New Series, Number Two (2) - Inventory of Documents on the Jewish School Question 1903-1932
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Canadian Jewish Archives, New Series, Number Two (2) - Inventory of Documents on the Jewish School Question 1903-1932

By Rome, David (Compiler); Hayes, Saul (Foreword)

Montreal: Canadian Jewish Congress (CJC) National Archives / Jewish Community Foundation of Montreal. Paperback. [3], v, 118 pages. Opens with one-page biographies for each of Michael Hirsch, Maxwell Goldstein, K.C., and Simon Belkin. Deals with a problem which arose in Montreal in the 1920's concerning the public schooling of the Jewish children. Lists the holdings of the National Archives of the Canadian Jewish Congress (CJC) on this subject. Intended as a tool for those interested in this chapter of our history; it is not a history or even an outline of these annals." - from Foreword. Unmarked with moderate wear. Moderate moisture staining to fore-edge. Binding intact. A sound copy. . Good. 1975. First Edition.

$249.95

Red River
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Red River

By HARGRAVE, Joseph James

Altona, Manitoba: H. Doherty. Hardcover. 0919213626 506 pages. "A wonderful account of the history of Fort Garry" - from dust jacket. Facsimile reprint of the 1871 first edition. Light wear. Binding tight. Moderate quantity of highlighting and pen markings to contents. Prior owner's details inside front board. Dust jacket now preserved in glossy new archival grade Brodart. A quality copy. . Good. 1977. Facsimile Reprint.

$49.99

Canadian Jewish Archives, New Series, Number 12 (Twelve); On Mackenzie King and Jewish Sweating Labor (Labour) - Part 1 (One)
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Canadian Jewish Archives, New Series, Number 12 (Twelve); On Mackenzie King and Jewish Sweating Labor (Labour) - Part 1 (One)

By Rome, David (compiler); Hayes, Saul (Introduction)

Montreal: Canadian Jewish Congress, National Archives. Paperback. vi, 91 pages. Provides penetrating analysis of a particularly important and mormative moment in the biography of William Lyon Mackenzie King. "We have here side glimpses of the Jews in the shops, Jews in the managers' offices, Jews in Toronto politics, the Holy Blossom Temple, Toronto Jews in Sarafand, Abraham Rhinewine, Jewish immigration cases - the warp and woof of the day in the life of the Jew early in the century. King could never have dreamed of such a role in Jewish historiography." - from page vi. Sections include: The Student and His Assignment; Those Toronto Jews; Preparing for Harvard; "Foreigners Who Live in Toronto"; Foreigners - a Further Account; (Lous) Gurofsky and (Postmaster) Mulock; "Toronto and the Sweating System"; The Bond with Mulock. The Report on Clothing Contracts; Gurofsky Correspondence; In the "Globe"; The Fateful Year 1900; Arbitrating in Montreal Dispute. Unmarked with moderate wear. Binding intact. A sound copy. . Good. 1979. First Edition.

$199.95

The Beaver, Magazine of the North, March 1950, Outfit 280 - Exploring the Kazan River / 3,000 Miles By Dog Sled
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The Beaver, Magazine of the North, March 1950, Outfit 280 - Exploring the Kazan River / 3,000 Miles By Dog Sled

By Harrington, R.; Jaques, F & L.; Irwin, J.; Pocock, A.; Mallet, T.; Turner, E.; Tadda, T.; MacLean, C.; Joss, W.

Canada: Hudson's Bay Company. Paperback. 50 pages. Many reproductions of black and white photos. Printed upon glossy stock. Features: Wilderness Treasure - travelling along the historic 'Voyageur's Highway' in the Quetico-Superior border region; Protecting the Canadian side of the Quetico-Superior region; 'Home is Some Taffy Hair' - tale from the HBC post at Lake Harbour; People of the Snows - photo portraits; Exploring the Kazan River in 1926 - Thierry Mallet - photo-illustrated article; 3000 Miles by Dog Sled - tale of missionary journey made by late Canon Turner, which was almost the best ever made with dogs north of the Arctic Circle, written from his diaries and letters by his brother Edward; James Bay Cabin - C.S. Maclean and his guide Arthur Smith; Sealing - New Style - photo-illustrated article; Photos of outside and inside of the HBC's new fur sales building in Montreal; Nice colour ad for Hudson's Bay Point blankets on back cover. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A sound vintage copy. . Good. 1950. First Edition.

$149.95

Canada's War Record, June, 1942
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Canada's War Record, June, 1942

By Canada, Government of

Canada: Government of Canada / Ministry of National War Services / Director of Public Information. Paperback. 8-panel fold-out wartime leaflet measuring 15.5" x 5.6" when open. Four black and white illustrations. A condensation of a booklet entitled "Canada at War". A shapshot of Canada's WWII involvement as of June, 1942. Soiling to front and back panels. Average wear. A sound vintage copy. . Fair. 1942. First Edition.

$39.95

Canadian Jewish Archives, New Series, Number Seveteen (17), On the Early Harts - Part 3 (Three)
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Canadian Jewish Archives, New Series, Number Seveteen (17), On the Early Harts - Part 3 (Three)

By Rome, David (Compiler)

Montreal: Canadian Jewish Congress (CJC) National Archives / Jewish Community Foundation of Montreal. Paperback. viii + pages 224-325. Contents: Reactions to the Hart Election; In the Legislature; Petitions; Hart is Questioned; The Debate of Feb. 20, 1808; More Petitions and the Governor; Elected Again; Political Motivation. Unmarked with moderate wear. A sound copy. . Good. 1980. First Edition.

$199.95

Canadian Jewish Archives, New Series, Number Fourteen (14), On Sunday Observance, 1906
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Canadian Jewish Archives, New Series, Number Fourteen (14), On Sunday Observance, 1906

By Rome, David (Compiler); Plaut, Rabbi Jonathan V. (Preface)

Montreal: Canadian Jewish Congress (CJC) National Archives / Jewish Community Foundation of Montreal. Paperback. iv + 126 pages. Index. Sections include: On Sunday Observance Legislation; The Quebec Problem; Quebec Feels Under Attack; Lord's Day Alliance; Jews in a Christian Country?; The Community and the Select Committee; A Select Committee of the Commons; In the House of Commons; In Quebec. Unmarked with moderate wear. Moisture marks to fore-edge. Binding intact. A worthy reference copy. . Fair. First Edition.

$199.95

Yesterday, the river: A history of the Ear Falls district
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Yesterday, the river: A history of the Ear Falls district

By Kiebuzinski, Rae

Canada: Township of Ear Falls History Committee. Hardcover. 0919212794 387 pages. Bibliography. Black and white reproductions of archival photos in text. Gift greetings atop front free endpaper, otherwise contents clean and unmarked. Binding tight. Moderate wear to book. Average wear to dust jacket now preserved in glossy new archival-grade Brodart. A sound copy. . Good. 1975. First Edition.

$79.95

Waterfront : The Illustrated Maritime History of Greater Vancouver
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Waterfront : The Illustrated Maritime History of Greater Vancouver

By Delgado, James P.

Canada: Stanton Atkins & Dosil. Hardcover. 0973234652 186 pages. Index. References. Abundant beautiful colour photos supplemented with reproductions of archival black and white photos. "A Mangificently illustrated, authoritative and lively tour of the dynamic ebb and flow between the water, the surrounding land and, above all, the people who strove and dreamed along the waterfront." - from dust jacket. Chapters include: The Northwest Coast; Skid Road Logging Port 1858-1886; Rails Meet the Sea 1887-1913; Dreams and Development 1914-1939; The Boom Years 1940-1959; Rise of the Ports 1960-present. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Dust jacket now preserved in glossy new archival-grade Brodart. A nice copy of this handsome and informative work. . Very Good. 2005. First Edition.

$49.95

Collections of the Nova Scotia Historical Society for the Years 1878-1884
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Collections of the Nova Scotia Historical Society for the Years 1878-1884

By Nova Scotia Historical Society

Belleville, ON, Canada: Mika. Hardcover. 0919303129 Approximately 750 pages. 9.5" x 6.5" x 2". Topics include: Nicholson's Journal of the Capture of Annapolis in 1710; An Account of Nova Scotia in 1744; Papers relating to Trials for Treason in 1776-7; Thomas's Diary of the Expedition of 1755 against the Acadians; and many more. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Decorated blue cloth-covered boards. Binding sound. Blank bookplate inside front board. A quality copy of this highly-informative compilation. . Very Good. 1976. Facsimile Reprint.

$199.95

Free Economy League of Canada Informational Leaflet
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Free Economy League of Canada Informational Leaflet

By Canada, Free Economy League of

Vancouver, B.C.: Free Economy League of Canada. Paperback. 10.3" x 7.9" sheet folded in half to create four-panel leaflet. Undated. Circa 1936. Contents: List of executive members of the organization; Declaration of policy; Four examples of the outstanding evils of present society; Seven advantages of the Gesell Scientific Monetary System; Constitution of this organization; lengthy quote by John Ruskin. Clean and unmarked with light wear and age-toning. A sound copy of this informative Canadian depression-era monetary reform memento. . Good. 1936. First Edition.

$99.95

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