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Developing Water Resources

By Ronald E. Richardson, Walter B. Rooke, George H. McNevin

Toronto: The Ryerson Presstot, 1969. 113 pp includes index.".concentrates on the St. Lawrence Seaway and the great dams of British Columbia. They are seen as the responses of the onstruction industry to the changing demands of Canadians. Both the advance political manoeuvering and the subsequent socio-economic effects of these projects are evaluated." Softcover has some rubbing to edges and some scuffing. No creases to corners.No former owner's name. Text is clean and unmarked. B/w photos. No noticed corner folds or tears.. Soft Cover. Good. 8 3/4 x 6 1/8.


Documents in Canadian Art

By Douglas Fetherling

Peterborough: Broadview Press, 1987, 1987. HC and DJ. Presumed First. 9 x 5 1/2. ISBN:0-921149-04-2. 327 pp. Reading and articles that chronicle the evolution of Canadian art over the past 180 years. ".it includes materials that represent the concerns of the art historian, the critic, the lay observer, and the artist." Authors include Emily Carr, David Milne, Northrop Frye, Wyndham Lewis, Maurice Gagnon. DJ has little apparent sign of wea r. New plastic cover. Cream paper on board binding with forest green spine has a bit of a bump to bottom spine but is otherwise very nice. No former owner's name on endpapers - very clean. Text is cle an and tight. Dj: Near fine Binding, endpapers, text: v, good - near fine..


Wildlife of Western Canada

By Hunter, Tom

Nanoose Bay, BC, Canada: Heritage House Publishing Company, Limited, 1986. 126 pp. B/W illustrations by author with accompanying informative text. Wildlife from Damselflies to Trumpeter Swans, Albacores to Mountain Goats. Great illustrations combines author's love of wildlife with his love of art. Softcover has has edgewear, small creases to bottom corners. Former owner's name on first page. Text is clean, secure, unmarked.. Soft Cover. Good. Illus. by Tom Hunter. 8 1/2 x 5 1/2.


Entrusted to My Care

By Grant MacEwan

Saskatoon, Sask.: Modern Press, 1966 HC and DJ. First Edition. 8 3/4 x 5 3/4. 269 pp. In this book MacEwan reveals his deep love of the land and his concern for its dwindling resources and fertility. A prolific writer; most of his books reflect his knowledge of Western Canadian history. This book makes an important contribution to Conservation in Canada. Each of the 43 chapters is an essay on topics such as the importance of planting trees, the multiple use of forest lands, whooping cranes, water conservation, sockeye salmon and others. Black and white photos. Index. A foreword. Dj has colour photo of man in western hat silhouett ed against a red and orange sky. Dj has some scuffs, a large chip, small tears and creases. Dj is in poor cond. but held nicely together with new mylar protector. Binding is gray cloth on boards with black lettering - bright tight and very clean. Endpapers have inscription. Text is bright and clean. Dj: poor, Binding: good, Text: v. good.. F.