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The Little Immigrants : The Orphans Who Came to Canada

By Bagnell,Kenneth

Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1980. " Between 1870 and the 1930s, more than 80,000 children from the British Isles were sent to Canada. Mainly from the slums, some were orphans, some were taken from families who could no longer provide for them. All were uprooted from familiar surroundings and sent to live amongst a nation of strangers." 271p. plates. bibliography.index. Previous owners name on ffep.. 1st Can Ed.. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine.

$20.00

It All Started With Prince Rupert: the Story of the Czech's and Slovaks in Canada

By Cermak, Josef

Prague: Atelier I M, 2003. First Edition.. Hardcover. New/New.

$35.00

Making a Difference : Canadian Multicultural Literatures
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Making a Difference : Canadian Multicultural Literatures

By Kamboureli, Smaro (Ed

Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1996. "A landmark anthology .offers a wide range of writing styles in fiction and poetry, with a focus on Native and immigrant experiences, and the complex spectrum of cultural differences." This first comprehensive anthology of ethnic and aboriginal writing in Canada offers a wide range of writing styles in fiction and poetry, with a focus on Native and immigrant experiences, ethnic ancestry, and the complex spectrum of cultural differences. It begins with the first ethnic authors who wrote ethnic literature in English, and includes established and new voices that have made a difference to our understanding of Canadian identity. 457p. bibliography.index. Includes poem by Zaffi Gousopoulos pp.532-533.. 1st.Can Ed... Soft Cover. Fine.

$30.00

Monahos: A Memoir

By Ray, Riten [Ritendra Kumar]

Toronto: Dufferin Press, 2003. "In the beautifully written memoir (a lament for the tragic loss of his wife and granddaughter) like a documentarian he records all that underlies grief, loss and loneliness, and their psychological, social and sociological impacts on a bereaved perso. His search for solcace to rebuild hs life raises some soul-searching questions. This memoir dealif with the pangs of life, sorrows and suffering draws heavily on literature, especially poerty and spiritualism" 246p.. Signed by Author. 1st Can Ed.. French Wraps. As New.

$30.00

Two decades of Efforts and Support - a supplement to the second edition of "The Ukrainian Canadians : a History" IN UKRAINIAN "Two decades of Efforts and Support a supplement to the second edition of "The Ukrainian Canadians:a History" [IN UKRAINIAN]

By Marunchak, Michael H

Winnipeg: Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1982. IN UKRAINIAN "Two decades of Efforts and Support - a supplement to the second edition of "The Ukrainian Canadians : a History" Vinnipeg : Nakladom Ukraïn skoï vil noï Akademiï nauk v Kanadi. ,. 1st Can Ed.. Original Wraps. Fine/No Jacket (as issued).

$45.00

Toronto : Canada's New Cosmopolite

By Harney, Robert f

Toronto: Multicultural History Society of Ontario, 1981. 1st Can Ed.. Softcover. New. Brochure/Pamphlet.

$15.00

A Memoir

By Tekavcic, Danijela [Danica] Petric

Toronto: Self Published, 2010. Personal biography of a young girl from Zuzemberk in Slovenia whose family left because of the disruptions in Yugoslavia after World War II. Descriptions of places and people and travels, her marriages to Franc Petric and Ivan Ancimer , her children and grandchildren. Illustrated not just with family photographs but also with copies of the various documents issued at that time to displaced persons and refugees on their way to temporary camps and then on to Canada. 87p, illus Signed on title page. Not in WorldCat or National Library of Canada. Signed by Author. First Thus. Softcover. Fine.

$75.00

An Introduction to Old Order and Conservative Mennonite Groups
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An Introduction to Old Order and Conservative Mennonite Groups

By Scott, Stephen

Intercourse PZA: Good Books, 1996. "The Old Order Mennonites are less well known than the Amish, but are similar in many beliefs and practices. Some Old Order Mennonites drive horses and buggies. Others use cars for transportation. Conservative Mennonite groups vary a great deal, but in general espouse strong faith and family life and believe that how they live should distinguish them from the larger society around them. The author details courtship and wedding practices, methods of worship, dress, transportation, and vocation. Never before has there been such an inside account of these people and their lives. The author spent years conferring and interviewing members of the various groups, trying to portray their history and their story in a fair and accurate manner." 252p. illus. maps bibliography.index. 1st US Edition.. Softcover. As New.

$15.00

At My Mother's Feet: Stories of Muslim Women

By Zaman, Sadia [ed]

Kingston Ontario: Quarry Press, 1999. Collected on behalf of the Canadian Council of Muslim Women, this series of stories shows them as 20th century pioneers whose vision and determination, despite enormous negative forces from within their own communities and beyond, helped to create the first Muslim social institutions in North America. 120p. illus.. 1st Can Ed.. Original Wraps. As New.

$15.00

People Who Die Twice a Day

By Knezic, Nebojsa

Toronto, ON, Canada: N.D.J.Books, 2001. The author, an immigrant from Bosnia, is a bookseller in Toronto. 1st Can Ed.. Softcover. New.

$20.00

It All Started With Prince Rupert: the Story of the Czech's and Slovaks in Canada

By Cermak, Josef

Prague: Atelier I M, 2003. First Edition.. Hardcover. New/New.

$35.00

Making a Difference : Canadian Multicultural Literatures
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Making a Difference : Canadian Multicultural Literatures

By Kamboureli, Smaro (Ed

Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1996. "A landmark anthology .offers a wide range of writing styles in fiction and poetry, with a focus on Native and immigrant experiences, and the complex spectrum of cultural differences." This first comprehensive anthology of ethnic and aboriginal writing in Canada offers a wide range of writing styles in fiction and poetry, with a focus on Native and immigrant experiences, ethnic ancestry, and the complex spectrum of cultural differences. It begins with the first ethnic authors who wrote ethnic literature in English, and includes established and new voices that have made a difference to our understanding of Canadian identity. 457p. bibliography.index. Includes poem by Zaffi Gousopoulos pp.532-533.. 1st.Can Ed... Soft Cover. Very Good.

$30.00

Looking into My Sister's Eyes : An Exploration in Women's History

By Burnet, Jean R. (editor) (Polyzoi, Eleoussa, Petroff, Lillian)

Toronto: Multicultural History Society of Ontario, 1986. A collection of thirteen papers given at a conference held at the University of Toronto in May 1985. covering the varied experiences of immigrant women in Canada . Includes : Polyzoi, Eleoussa " Greek immigrant women from Asia Minor in pre-war Toronto - the Formative Years" pp.107-124 ; Petroff, Lillian "Contributors to ethnic cohesion : Macedonian women in Toronto to 1940" pp125-138; Kaprielian, Isabel "Creating and sustaining an ethnocultural heritage in Ontario: the case of Armenian women refugees. pp 139-153. 245p. bibliographies.. 1st.Can Ed... Soft Cover. New.

$21.00

Men in White Aprons: A Study of Ethnicity and Occupation

By Herman, Harry Vjekoslav

Toronto: Peter Martin Associates, 1978. "Herman's documentation of the surprisingly high concentration of Macedonian immigrants in Toronto's restaurant industry appears at first to be a striking. The significance of More. this text lies not only in its revelations about ethnicity but also in the intimacy of its portrait of Toronto's Macedonian community. Included is a brief history of the Macedonian people, a survey of the social and economic conditions in Canada at the time of their arrival, a description of family ties and responsibilities and a discussion of how the Macedonians adjusted to their new environment."8p. bibliography. 1st Can Ed.. Soft Cover. As New.

$35.00

Koldus es kiraly : Oneletrajz (IN HUNGARIAN)

By Finta, Imre

Toronto: I. Finta : Hungarian Author's World Club,, 1994. Reminiscences of Hungarian immigrant to Toronto, known as a restauranteur (The Candlelight Cafe, The Moulin Rouge) The book contains photographs of some of the famous people who ate there.. Signed by Author. First Edition.. Softcover. Very Good.

$25.00

Looking into My Sister's Eyes : An Exploration in Women's History

By Burnet, Jean R. (editor) (Polyzoi, Eleoussa, Petroff, Lillian)

Toronto: Multicultural History Society of Ontario, 1986. A collection of thirteen papers given at a conference held at the University of Toronto in May 1985. covering the varied experiences of immigrant women in Canada . Includes : Polyzoi, Eleoussa " Greek immigrant women from Asia Minor in pre-war Toronto - the Formative Years" pp.107-124 ; Petroff, Lillian "Contributors to ethnic cohesion : Macedonian women in Toronto to 1940" pp125-138; Kaprielian, Isabel "Creating and sustaining an ethnocultural heritage in Ontario: the case of Armenian women refugees. pp 139-153. 245p. bibliographies.. 1st.Can Ed... Soft Cover. New.

$21.00

Serbian Business Pages Directory 1999

By Golic, Sinisa (ed)

Toronto: B.K.Family Holdings, 1999. Yellow pages/classified business directory of Serbian Canadian companies in Toronto. Soft Cover. Fine.

$12.00

Making a Difference : Canadian Multicultural Literatures
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Making a Difference : Canadian Multicultural Literatures

By Kamboureli, Smaro (Ed

Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1996. "A landmark anthology .offers a wide range of writing styles in fiction and poetry, with a focus on Native and immigrant experiences, and the complex spectrum of cultural differences." This first comprehensive anthology of ethnic and aboriginal writing in Canada offers a wide range of writing styles in fiction and poetry, with a focus on Native and immigrant experiences, ethnic ancestry, and the complex spectrum of cultural differences. It begins with the first ethnic authors who wrote ethnic literature in English, and includes established and new voices that have made a difference to our understanding of Canadian identity.457p. bibliography.index. Includes poem by Zaffi Gousopoulos pp.532-533.. 1st.Can Ed... Soft Cover. Very Good.

$30.00

The Little Immigrants : The Orphans Who Came to Canada

By Bagnell,Kenneth

Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1980. " Between 1870 and the 1930s, more than 80,000 children from the British Isles were sent to Canada. Mainly from the slums, some were orphans, some were taken from families who could no longer provide for them. All were uprooted from familiar surroundings and sent to live amongst a nation of strangers." 271p. plates. bibliography.index. Previous owners name on ffep. 1st Can Ed. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good, Slight Chips & Tear.

$20.00

The Little Immigrants : The Orphans Who Came to Canada

By Bagnell,Kenneth

Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1980. " Between 1870 and the 1930s, more than 80,000 children from the British Isles were sent to Canada. Mainly from the slums, some were orphans, some were taken from families who could no longer provide for them. All were uprooted from familiar surroundings and sent to live amongst a nation of strangers." 271p. plates. bibliography.index. Previous owners name on ffep. 1st Can Ed. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine.

$20.00

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