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Flames Across the Border: The Canadian-American Tragedy, 1813-1814

by Berton, Pierre

Condition: very good, fair


Boston, MA: Little, Brown and Company, 1981. First American Edition. very good, fair. 492, maps, notes, biblio, index, DJ worn along edges & small tears, large tears in rear DJ repaired with tape, rear DJ very wrinkled.

Pierre Berton, Canada's most widely read historian, was born in the Yukon and educated at UBC. Author of forty-seven books, he has received three Governor General's awards for nonfiction, two Nellies for broadcasting, two National Newspaper awards, the Stephen Leacock Medal for Humour, and the National History Society's first award for "distinguished achievement in popularizing Canadian history." He holds eleven honorary degrees, is a member of the Newsman's Hall of Fame, and is a Companion of the Order of Canada.




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