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Saints and Sinners of Niagara by  Peter Baltensperger - First Edition - 1982 - from Minotavros Books (SKU: 001873)

Saints and Sinners of Niagara

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Saints and Sinners of Niagara

by Baltensperger, Peter

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  • First
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Maple, Ontario: Belsten Publishing, 1982. First Edition. Soft Cover. Near Fine. 8vo (small). Paperback. 103 p.p. Illustrated throughout. Baltensperger presents a history of the first settlers of the Niagara region. From early churches and Niagara citizens venerated to local sainthood, to stories of crime and punishment among settlers in the area. Light rubbing to covers, extremities. Some spotting at edges. Interior clean. Near fine.

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Bookseller
Minotavros Books CA (CA)
Bookseller Inventory #
001873
Title
Saints and Sinners of Niagara
Author
Baltensperger, Peter
Format/binding
Soft Cover
Book condition
Used - Near Fine
Quantity available
1
Edition
First Edition
Publisher
Belsten Publishing
Place of Publication
Maple, Ontario
Date published
1982
Keywords
Niagara, Canadian History, Ontario History, Hangings, Deviance , Church History
Bookseller catalogs
Church History; Canadiana; Ontario History;

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Minotavros Books

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About Minotavros Books

Welcome to the Labyrinth. At Minotavros Books, we invite you to discover a maze of knowledge, where you will find fine and rare books on some of the most diverse and intriguing subjects. There is something for every palette, from folklore & fairy tales around the world to alchemy and esoterica, in addition to first editions, fine binding, ephemera and a maze of general interest books. Minotavros Books is a bricks & Mortar Bookstore located in Whitby Ontario. On a journey of discovery, Minotavros Books has been helping people find and procure books for collectors, institutions, and booklovers all over the world. Reading is an adventure. What page will you turn next? Hours and LocationMinotavros Books is open Monday to Friday, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Weekends and all other times by appointment. We are located at 10 Sunray St., Suite 4, Whitby, Ontario, across from Landmark Cinema's 24.

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fine
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rubbing
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