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Theodore Roosevelt's Ranch Life and the Hunting Trail

By Roosevelt, Theodore

NY: Bonanza Books, 1978. FINE/no DJ. Really nice hardcover book: nearly perfect boards with gilt titles, as-new & unmarked interiors. 6.25" x 9.25", 186 pages. In 1888, Teddy Roosevelt published this ode to the American frontier, from the rewarding hard work of a rancher on the open plains to the pleasures of hunting big game in the mountains. Includes many illustrations by Frederic Remington. . Hard Cover. Illus. by Frederic Remington.

$18.95

Canadian Perspectives in Cultural Anthropology

By Ervine, Alexander M

Nelson Education, 2000. VERY GOOD softcover. A really nice copy with no markings, no stains. Crisp, as-new interiors with nearly perfect covers, no creases. 8.5" x 11", 125 pages, 20 modules, conclusions, bibliography.. Soft Cover.

$17.95

Speaking Land: Myth and Story in Aboriginal Australia
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Speaking Land: Myth and Story in Aboriginal Australia

By Berndt, Ronald M.; Berndt, Catherine H

Inner Traditions, 1994. NEAR-FINE First Ed. softcover. Almost perfect covers, AS-NEW interiors, no markings. 6" x 9", 438 pages, illustrated, index. The 195 stories collected in this first anthology of Aboriginal myth were told to anthropologists Ronald and Catherine Berndt, who spent nearly fifty years working among the Aboriginal peoples of Australia. The myths they collected come from the oldest collective memory of humankind, describing characters and events of the "Dreamtime" - a time that existed before the material world was formed.. Soft Cover.

$14.95

Child of the Land

By Greenfield, Douglas Warren

Trafford Publishing, 2008. NEAR-FINE 2nd Printing softcover, SIGNED by the author on the title page. This book is as-new but for two tiny corner creases on covers. Autobiography of Douglas Warren Greenfield, whose family homesteaded in Alberta's Peace River Country. . Signed by Author. Soft Cover.

$40.00

Outlaws & Lawmen of Western Canada, Volume Three

Heritage House, 1998. VERY GOOD First Edition Trade Paperback. Crisp, clean, square, tight, pages unmarked and as-new. 5.5" by 8.5", 158 pages, photographs, maps. Volume III of Western Canada's dramatic crimes and pioneer lawmen includes the map trapper of Rat River - the Midnight Massacre in Saskatchewan - Christmas day assassins in the Yukon - when guns blazed at Banff, Alberta - the strangler who terrorized the prairies - Boone Helm: the murdering cannibal of British Columbia - frontier justice on Stud Horse Creek - the rifle that hanged two killers - the Mountie and the stone-age murderers - death duel in the Crowsnest Pass - Emperor Pic and the girl in a scarlet team - horror on the reserve. . Soft Cover.

$9.95

Deliver Us from Evil: An Interpretation of American Prohibition

By Clark, Norman H

W W Norton, 1976. VERY GOOD+ trade paperback. Crisp, clean, no markings. 5.25" x 8", 246 pages, index. This book shows the profound impact of the prohibition of alcohol on political history before 1916, and analyzes its ambiguous triumph in the 1920s. In doing so, it reveals the relationship between liquor control and the unique moral history of the American family. . Soft Cover.

$11.95

History with a Twist, Unusual Stories from Mr. Nova Scotia Know-It-All Bruce Nunn

By Nunn, Bruce

Halifax: Nimbus Publishing, 1998. FINE Trade Paperback. Like new, appears unhandled and unread. No markings. 5.5" x 9", 161 pages, illustrated. Very entertaining and informative collection of 35 stories for everyone interested in Nova Scotia history and heritage.. Soft Cover.

$9.95

The Settlement of New Iceland ; La Colonisation De La Nouvelle-Islande

By Manitoba Culture, Heritage and Citizenship, Historic Resources Branch

Manitoba Culture FINE (As-New) First bilingual edition, in stapled card covers. Twelve pages each in English and French, photos and maps. History of Icelandic settlements in Manitoba, Canada. Includes Gimli and Hecla Island area. . Soft Cover.

$14.00

All the Moose ... All the Jaw

By Knight, Leith

Moose Jaw 100, 1982. VERY GOOD 8.5" x 11" softcover. Very nice wraps, no marks, as-new interiors except for previous owner's name on endpaper. 100 year history of Moose Jaw Saskatchewan, with many b&w photos. 80 pages.. Soft Cover.

$17.95

The Free People, Otipemisiwak, Batoche, Saskatchewan, 1870-1930

By Payment, Diane Paulette

National Historic Parks and Sites, Parks, Service, Environment Canada, 1990. VERY GOOD softcover. Inscribed and signed by author Diane Paulette Payment. A very nice copy with just light shelfwear to covers, interiors like new. 6" x 9", 366 pages, b&w photos. Seat of the North-West Rebellion, was Batoche also witness to the Metis social and economic disintegration? The author studies the Metis communities along the South Saskatchewan River, in particular Batoche, between 1870 and 1930. Includes many references in text and photos to St. Laurent Manitoba, land claims, homestead declarations, St. Laurent de Grandin Mission, Batoche Parish, Metis songs, Beneficiaries of Land Scrip 1885-1900. . Soft Cover.

$38.00

Cranberry Portage

By Paterson, Ruth; Paterson, Jack

McClelland and Stewart, 1970. VG/Good First Edition, SIGNED by both authors on the half-title page. One top corner bumped, otherwise FINE. Unclipped DJ has chipping, short tears, shelfwear. 5.75" by 8.75", 171 pages, b&w plates, map endpapers. The authors' memoirs of pioneer life in the frontier town of Cranberry Portage, Manitoba - near Flin Flon and the Pas: gamblers, bush pilots, love, survival, courage, miracles, mayhem, tragedy and humour. . Signed by Author. Hard Cover.

$24.95

On the Shores of Scugog: Revised, Enlarged and Illustrated

By Farmer, Samuel

Port Perry, Ontario: The Port Perry Star, 1969. VERY GOOD/No DJ. Third Edition Hardcover, revised, enlarged and illustrated. First 2 editions were in 1913 and 1934. A very nice copy for your collection. Excellent green cloth boards, square and tight binding, crisp & unmarked interiors. A gift inscription on the front paste-down and a couple of minor marks on fore-edge only. Approx. 6" x 9", 256 pages, frontis illustration, frontis portrait, illustrations in the text, b&w photographs. This fascinating local history of the Port Perry Ontario area includes the first settler in Reach Township, black salts and potash, home and social life, early tools and utensils, hotels and whiskey, steamboats on Lake Scugog, schools, the railway, the 1850 tornado, early documents, Scugog island, Seagrave, Cartwright, military matters, local personalities, newspapers.. Hard Cover.

$24.95

Prairie Warships: River Navigation in the Northwest Rebellion
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Prairie Warships: River Navigation in the Northwest Rebellion

By Tolton, Gordon E

Heritage House, 2007. VERY GOOD+ 6.75" x 9.75" softcover. Light edge wear to covers only, interiors as-new. 335 pages including index, 80 black and white photographs, line drawings, paintings This book describes how Louis Riel and the Northwest Rebellion by the Metis, fought a small civil war along Canadian prairie rivers using steamboats, ferries and other river craft.. Soft Cover.

$24.95

Comte de St. Germain: The Secret of Kings

By Cooper-Oakely, I. (Isabel)

NY: Samuel Weiser Inc., 1970. VG+/GOOD reprint of 1912 1st Ed. A very nice copy of this scarce title in light brown cloth with gilt titles. Crisp, clean and bright interiors, two minor corner bumps only, no markings. Approx. 5.75" by 8.25, 249 pages, frontispiece, fold-out letter, many illustrations, appendices and bibliography. Unclipped DJ has edge wear, moderate chipping, short tears. This book is a collection of a series of articles about the Comte de St. Germain first printed in the Theosophical Review in 1887, and first printed in this form in 1912. Living in the 8th Century, the Comte de St. Germain was a great Initiate and Occultist, a Brother of the White Lodge, and a prophet. The Rosicrucians recogzied him as an unexcelled Alchemist. He frequently attended Secret Mystical Societies' Meetings and Freemasonry Assemblies. In this highly interesting narrative, the Comte de St. Germain's life and work is laid out lucidly and entertainingly. . Hard Cover.

$60.00

120 Years at the Manitoba Club 1874-1994

By Manitoba Club; Benham, Mary Lile; Bulman, John

Winnipeg, Canada: Manitoba Club, 1974. Near-Fine, 5.5" x 8.25" softcover, 126 pages, illustrated with b&w and colour photos. A few minor marks on covers, otherwise Fine. Crisp, clean, no markings, no creases, appears unhandled and unread. 120 year historical record of the Manitoba Club in Winnipeg.. Soft Cover.

$25.00

Power and Violence in the Colonial City: Oruro from the Mining Renaissance to the Rebellion of Tupac Amaru 1740-1782
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Power and Violence in the Colonial City: Oruro from the Mining Renaissance to the Rebellion of Tupac Amaru 1740-1782

By Cornblit, Oscar

UK: Cambridge University Press, 200. FINE - crisp, clean, unmarked, no creases, appears unread and unhandled. Very nice copy. 6" x 9", 230 pages, index. Cambridge Latiun American Studies series. This book examines the characteristics of political power in the cities of the colonial Spanish Empire between the 1740s and 1780s, based on a detailed study of the mining city of Oruro in Alto Peru (present-day Bolivia). Special emphasis is given to the specific forms of the exercise of power, assessing in particular the workings of the judicial process and the material opportunities that the various bureaucratic positions made possible. Toward the end of this period, the analysis focuses on the particularities of the important Indian uprisings of the 1780s (the rebellions of Tupac Amaru) and the causes of the alliances or confrontations between the members of the distinct bands, either white or Indian.. Soft Cover.

$40.00

Albertaines: Anthologie D'oeuvres Courtes En Prose (Serie Etudes Canadiennes) (French Edition)

By Bugnet, Georges; Morcos, Gamila

Editions des Plaines, 1990. FINE softcover. Perfect unmarked interiors, nearly new wras, no creases, very nice. Text in French. . Soft Cover.

$50.00

The Foot of the River

By Lalor, George

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada: Pemmican Publications, 1986. FINE First Edittion softcover, SIGNED by the author on the title page. A beautiful copy, looks and feels unhandled and unread. 6" x 9", 126 pages, map, illustrated by Real Berard. This book tells the history of the Winnipeg River which runs between Lake of the Woods, Ontario and Lake Winnipeg, Manitba - and the birth and growth of Fort Alexander, Victoria Beach, St. George, the Sagkeeng First Nation, Pine Falls, Powerview and Manitou. . Soft Cover.

$16.95

I Am Hutterite: The Fascinating Story of One Woman's Journey to Reclaim Her True Heritage

By Kirkby, Mary-Ann

Prince Albert, SK: Polka Dot Press, 2008. VG 3rd Printing softcover. Clean, tight, square, no markings. Light cover wear only. 5.5" x 8", 206 pages. More than a history lesson, this controversial book contains a powerful tale that unveils the rich history and traditions of The Hutterite people of southern Manitoba Canada. With references to Dahl's Farm, Rogers' Farm, Plum Coulee, Winkler and Portage la Prairie,this ground-breaking narrative shines a light on intolerance. . Soft Cover.

$11.95

The History of the Hutterites, Revised Edition

By Hofer, John

Altona, MB, Canada: D.W. Friesen & Sons, 1988. VG- 2nd printing. Some wear to covers, very clean and tight interiors. Previous owner's ID on title page is blacked out with felt pen, which bled through to the next page (table of contents). 6" x 9", 108 pages, fold-out map, 3 fold-out genealogical family trees, b&w and colour illustrations. . Soft Cover.

$25.00

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