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LIVING LEGENDS OF THE SANTA FE COUNTRY
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LIVING LEGENDS OF THE SANTA FE COUNTRY

By Bullock, Alice

Santa Fe, New Mexico: Sunstone Press, 1985. 124 pp. Trade paperback format. Lightly rubbed on the corners with a flat uncreased spine; no interior markings. Illustrated with black and white photographs. Cover art by Glen Strock. The Chapters are: Sacred Soil at Santuario - Village of Chimayo; Santo Who Wears Out His Shoes - Village of Chimayo; Stolen Holy Water - Nambe Pueblo; A Bell for Don Angelo - Village of Santa Cruz; Indian Cinderella - San Juan Pueblo; Curse of the Hidalgo - Town of Abiquiu; Taos - The Sacred Valley - Taos Pueblo and Town; Ranchos de Taos Mystery - Village of Ranchos de Taos; The Dancers Who Never Returned - San Ildefonso Pueblo and Black Mesa; Never Plow on Sunday - Tesuque Pueblo; Pecos - The Feathered Serpent - Old Cicuye (Pecos) Pueblo; A Gazebo Gargoyles and Possibly a Ghost - Town of Springer; Right Place Wrong Name or A Hundred Pound Diamond - Gan Quivira National Monument; The Blue Lady - Abo Quarai and Gran Quivira; The Legend of San Jose - Village of Cienega; Skystone of Los Cerrillos - Village of Los Cerrillos; Fray Padilla - The Coffin that Rises - Isleta Pueblo; Enchanted Mesa and the Sky City - Acoma Pueblo; The Magic Painting - Laguna Pueblo; Witches in the Oldest House - Santa Fe; The Peon and the Vision - Santa Fe; The Blind Man Who Could See - Santa Fe; Miraculous Staircase - Santa Fe; and Legends of the Malpais - Grants Area; followed by an index.. Fourth Printing. Soft Cover. Very Good. Illus. by Glen Strock;. 8vo.

$9.95

THE SCOTS MAGAZINE - Volume 92, number 3 - December 1969
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THE SCOTS MAGAZINE - Volume 92, number 3 - December 1969

By Anonymous (editor) (Eric Pringle; Alasdair Carmichael; J. B. Fleming; Ian Fraser; Gerald G. A. Meyer; W. F. H. Nicolaisen; Tom Weir; May Fraser Smith; John Thornton; Edgar P. Dickie; Dorothy K. Haynes)

Dundee, Scotland: The Scots Magazine, 1969. Digest format. Light edge and corner wear with an uncreased spine. Illustrated with drawings and black and white and colour photographs. This issue contains: Coming Down to Jeantown by Eric Pringle; Those Nights of Catch-the-Ten by Alasdair Carmichael; Down Lyne Water by J. B. Fleming; The Private Life of the Water Vole by Ian Fraser; Orkney: A Ferrylouper's View by Gerald G. A. Meyer; John Kay's Edinburgh by May Fraser Smith; Two Men on the Stacs by Tom Weir; Ewer Basin and Napkin by Edgar P. Dickie; The Mod - '69 Style by Dorothy K. Haynes; As I See It by John Thornton; My Month by Tom Weir; The Story Behind the Name by W. F. H. Nicolaisen; and Around Scotland - Anonymous.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo. Magazine.

$9.95

THE SCOTS MAGAZINE - Volume 120, number 5 - February 1984
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THE SCOTS MAGAZINE - Volume 120, number 5 - February 1984

By Anonymous (editor) (I. A. N. Henderson; Richard Frere; Jennifer Maddox; Seumas Stewart; Stanley Roger Green; Athole Cameron; Ruby Turberville; David Murison; Jim Johnston; Hugh Dougherty; Douglas P. Willis; Tom Weir)

Dundee, Scotland: The Scots Magazine, 1984. Digest format. Light wear with an uncreased spine. Illustrated with drawings and black and white and colour photographs. The cover features Storm, the Collie on a Frosty Morning by the River Tweed. This issue contains: Water for Sale by I. A. N. Henderson; Land of Wind and Water by Richard Frere; Ingaborge the Beautiful - a short story by Jennifer Maddox; The Master's Son by Seumas Stewart; The Farms at Carlops - a poem by Stanley Roger Green; The Pit is on Fire by Athole Cameron; A Guid Hairst by Ruby Turberville; Speaking Scots by David Murison; As I See It by Jim Johnston; The Lamp Post Now Standing by Hugh Dougherty; The Real Ullapool by Douglas P. Willis; and My Month by Tom Weir; along with all the usual features.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo. Magazine.

$9.95

THE SCOTS MAGAZINE - Volume 119, number 5 - August 1983
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THE SCOTS MAGAZINE - Volume 119, number 5 - August 1983

By Anonymous (editor) (Richard Frere; John Mackay; James Mair; J. H. Kynoch; Betty Willsher; Morag Thomson; Donald Mackenzie; John MacLeay; D. B. Fisher; Margaret Aitken; Ravey Sillors; Tom Weir)

Dundee, Scotland: The Scots Magazine, 1983. Digest format. Light wear with an uncreased spine. Illustrated with drawings and black and white and colour photographs. The cover features Cawdor Castle, Nairn. This issue contains: Glen Nevis Again by Richard Frere; An Artist at the Theatre by John Mackay; A Family Empire by James Mair; Speaking Scots by J. H. Kynoch; The Glories of Greyfriars by Betty Willsher; Balquhidder Station - a poem by Morag Thomson; Aunt Maggie by Donald Mackenzie; Poles Apart by John MacLeay; Brandy Galore - a short story by D. B. Fisher; On the Kennedy Trail by Margaret Aitken; Yesterday's Sabbaths by Ravey Sillors; and My Month by Tom Weir; along with all the usual features.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo. Magazine.

$9.95

THE SCOTS MAGAZINE - Volume 120, number 3 - December 1983
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THE SCOTS MAGAZINE - Volume 120, number 3 - December 1983

By Anonymous (editor) (Maurice Fleming; Harry Ford; Henry S. Kinnaird; Myrtle Simpson; Duncan Williamson; David Phillips; Rennie McOwan; David Grosz; Elizabeth Casciani; Tom Weir)

Dundee, Scotland: The Scots Magazine, 1983. Digest format. Light wear with an uncreased spine. Illustrated with drawings and black and white and colour photographs. The cover features Daviot Church, Inverness-shire. This issue contains: The Magic Camera by Maurice Fleming; The Strathmore Fireball by Harry Ford; Speaking Scots by Henry S. Kinnaird; The Skisters by Myrtle Simpson; Christmas with the Travellers by Duncan Williamson; The Unknown Great by David Phillips; Christmas in Scotland - a poem by Rennie McOwan; As I See It by David Grosz; A Dealer in Cards by Elizabeth Casciani; and My Month by Tom Weir; along with all the usual features.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo. Magazine.

$9.95

THE SCOTS MAGAZINE - Volume 120, number 4 - January 1984
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THE SCOTS MAGAZINE - Volume 120, number 4 - January 1984

By Anonymous (editor) (A. D. Lambie; William Graham; Elizabeth Sutherland; John Rundle; Donald Mackenzie; Niall M. Brownlie; Walter Butler; Hugh Dougherty; Tom Weir; Don MacCaskill; Bridget MacCaskill)

Dundee, Scotland: The Scots Magazine, 1984. Digest format. Light wear with an uncreased spine. Illustrated with drawings and black and white and colour photographs. The cover features Loch Fyne, Argyll. This issue contains: The Winter Climbers by A. D. Lambie; Speaking Scots by William Graham; A Paradise Lost by Elizabeth Sutherland; 'Feeshel Programmes by John Rundle; The Man of Feeling by Donald Mackenzie; Tales from Tiree by Niall M. Brownlie; Sit Back and Relax by Walter Butler; As I See It by Hugh Dougherty; My Month by Tom Weir; and The Little Foxes by Don and Bridget MacCaskill; along with all the usual features.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo. Magazine.

$9.95

SHAKESPEARE-LAND
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SHAKESPEARE-LAND

By Jerrold, Walter (re: William Skakespeare)

London: Blackie and Son, 1910. 62 pp. Gray boards with a pasted-on pictorial on the front panel; decorated in green on the front panel; lettered in green on the spine. Illustrated with 12 colour plates by Ernest Haslehust - E. W. Haslehust. Edge and corner wear with a previous owner's name on the front free endpaper; hinges tight, gutters intact; all plates present. The Chapters are: In Shakespeare's Town; and The Neighbourhood.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Illus. by Ernest Haslehust;. 8vo.

$24.95

MUSKOKA DIARIES
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MUSKOKA DIARIES

By Richardson, Melody

Huntsville, Ontario: Panda Publishing, 2002. 40 pp. Staple-bound in pictorial card covers. Light wear on the corners; no interior markings. Life in cottage country, rural Muskoka.... First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo.

$14.95

THE ISLANDS OF BERMUDA - Each Isle and Islet's Individual Story
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THE ISLANDS OF BERMUDA - Each Isle and Islet's Individual Story

By Tucker, Terry

Hamilton, Bermuda: The Island Press, 1970. 136 pp. Trade paperback format. Light edge and corner wear with a flat uncreased spine; at one point, pages 69 and 71 were still joined together - from the printer - along the leading edge, and when they were opened, the edges were left a bit ragged; no other interior markings. Illustrated with black and white photographs and maps. There are 172 listings here, everything from rocks to islets to islands.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo.

$14.95

ALL IN THE SAME BOAT - Family Cruising Around the Atlantic
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ALL IN THE SAME BOAT - Family Cruising Around the Atlantic

By McCall, Fiona; Howard, Paul

Toronto: McClelland and Stewart - A Douglas Gibson Book, 1990. 248 pp. (vii) Trade paperback format. Signed by both authors and their children on the title page. Light wear on the corners with a flat uncreased spine; aside from the signatures, no interior markings. Illustrated with black and white and colour plates. The Chapters are: Lorcha; Getting Away; Sailing through History; The Kids Adapt; On to Cape Breton; Newfoundland via France; The First Ocean Crossing; In the Azores; Making Merry in Madeira; Friends in the Canaries; Travelling Kids; A Wild Passage; The African Cape Verdes; Fear at Sea; Not in the Curriculum; Dolphin Delights; Brazilian Problems; The Lure of the Jungle; Cooking at Sea; The Turtles of French Guiana; Devil's Island; Ocean Fishing; Money and Mail; Tobago Trinidad and a Crew; Pests on Board; Venezuelan Ambassadors; Bountiful Bonaire; and Storybook Land; followed by appendices.. Signed by Authors. First Printing - First Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo.

$14.95

THE GASTRONOMIC DAYTRIPPER
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THE GASTRONOMIC DAYTRIPPER

By Barnes, Lynne; Roberts, Keri

Thornbury, Ontario: Valley Girls Publishing, 1995. (iii) 151 pp. Spiral bound in pictorial card covers. Light rubbing at the corners; no interior markings. Subtitled: A Culinary History on the Backroads of Grey Bruce. Illustrated with maps and with drawings by Beverley Smith. The Contents are: Tour 1: Collingwood and Area: Where to Dine; Inside a Pioneer Kitchen; A Sidetrip: Bygone Days Farm; Recipes. Tour 2: Neustadt, Formosa, Pine River: Where to Dine; Salt of the Earth; Folk Medicine; Pioneer Brewing; A Sidetrip: Pine River Cheese; Recipes. Tour 3: The Bruce Peninsula: Where to Dine; Teeming with Fish; Fine Dining in the Lumber Camps; Recipes. And Tour 4: Paisley and Scone: Where to Dine; The Food of Companions; Sidetrip: The Welbeck Sawmill; Feeing the Masses; and Recipes; followed by an index. There are an assortment of recipes by Keri Roberts: A Quick Salad; Apple Cheesecake; Apple Squares; Baked Beans; Basil Honey Chicken; Bean Burritos; Bean Salad; Beef n Beer Stew; Buttermilk Bran Muffins; Cheesy Vegetable Pasta; Date Nuggets; Icy Mint Tea; Maple Syrup Baked Ham; Shepherd's Pie; and Wild Rice Stuffed Trout.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. Illus. by Beverley Smith;. 8vo.

$19.95

IDENTITY CARDS - TRAVEL PASSES INTO NAZI TERRITORY FROM RUSSIA IN 1942
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IDENTITY CARDS - TRAVEL PASSES INTO NAZI TERRITORY FROM RUSSIA IN 1942

By Dmitriev, Igor

Russia; Poland; Serbia; Austria; Italy: Government Printing, 1942. A collection of identity cards and travel passes belonging to a Russian immigrant named Igor Dmitriev, and his mother, as they fled Russia - USSR - the Soviet Union - around the time of the Second World War. It is clear from the documents that they made it into Austria - see the Nazi stamp - and later, into Italy where they were registered at the Italian Mission in 1951. Mr. Dmitriev made his way to Canada, settling near Brantford, Ontario, which is where he was living when he passed away; the fate of his mother is unknown. The papers came from his estate.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. Ephemera.

$99.95

VOYAGE AROUND THE HORN
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VOYAGE AROUND THE HORN

By Slocum, Joshua

London: Phoenix Books, 1996. 59 pp. Lightly rubbed on the corners with a flat uncreased spine; no interior markings. The immortal story of the first man to sail single-handed around the world.. First Printing - First Thus. Paperback. Very Good. 24mo.

$4.95

UNDER THE TUSCAN SUN - At Home in Italy
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UNDER THE TUSCAN SUN - At Home in Italy

By Mayes, Frances

New York: Broadway Books, 2003. 311 pp. Trade paperback format. Lightly rubbed on the corners with a flat uncreased spine; no interior markings. As well as being adventurous, the author is also a great cook and a number of recipes are in the book. The front cover features Diane Lane in a scene from the movie, which was made in 2003, directed by Audrey Wells and starring, along with Diane Lane, Sandra Oh, Lindsay Duncan, Raoul Bova, Vincent Riotta, Mario Monicelli, Roberto Nobile, and a host of others.. First Printing - First Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good+. 8vo.

$9.95

FERRY YARNS
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FERRY YARNS

By Douglas, Robert

Toronto: Private Printing, 1981. 47 pp. Staple-bound in pictorial card covers. Lightly rubbed on the corners; no interior markings. The story of North Queensferry, Scotland. The Contents are: The Bridge; Faster Than Ever; The New Boy; Pier Dues; The Minister's Purse; Getting Wet; Flooers Don't Grown on Beaches; Cut All Connections; A Lot o' Money; The Jubilee Breeks; The Plover; The Runaway; The Cyclist; The Briar Rose; The Good Templars; The Relief of Mafeking; A Man's a Man for a' That; The Way We Were; Odds and Ends; Leaving the Ferry; You Can't Go Back; Ghosts; and Facts and Figures.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo.

$14.95

BACKROADS OF ONTARIO
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BACKROADS OF ONTARIO

By Brown, Ron

Erin, Ontario: The Boston Mills Press, 1996. 256 pp. Trade paperback format. Lightly rubbed on the corners with a flat uncreased spine; no interior markings. Illustrated with black and white photographs and maps. The Contents are: Introduction: The Story of Ontario's Backroads; The Hidden Treasures of the Erie Shore Road; The Tranquility of the Grand River Road; The Face of Farm Country; The Bruce Peninsula Road; Cuestas and Valleys; Those Surprising Simcoe County Highlands; Ridge Road West; Ridge Road East; The Rice Lake Road; The Quinte Shore Road; The Napanee River Road; Island Roads; The Perth Road; The Rideau Road; The Ottawa River Road; The Opeongo Pioneer Road; The Remarkable Highlands of Hastings; The Nipissing: A Road of Broken Dreams; Manitoulin's Haweater Trail; Boomtown Backroads: The Cobalt Circle; The Far North Road; The Silver Mountain Road; and The Sibley Road.. First Printing - First Thus. Soft Cover. Very Good+. 8vo.

$14.95

SAINT-PIERRE ET MIQUELON - French Land in North America
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SAINT-PIERRE ET MIQUELON - French Land in North America

By Anonymous

Paris, France: Editions Delroisse, 1970. 96 pp. Beige boards lettered in gilt on the front panel; illustrated endpapers; and illustrated throughout with colour photographs. This is in English and in French and features the two islands off the coast of Newfoundland still owned by France, beautiful places barely corrupted by time. . First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 8vo.

$14.95

IONA - A History of the Island with Descriptive Notes
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IONA - A History of the Island with Descriptive Notes

By McNeill, F. Marian

London: Blackie and Son, 1935. 105 pp. This is the first printing with corrections, the first printing of the second edition. Light blue on dark blue boards; lettered in black on the spine; decorated in green and black on the front panel; beige endpapers; illustrated with black and white plates. Light wear at the corners of the dustjacket; price clipped; some foxing on the edges of the text block. The Contents are: Introductory; Scotland Before Columba; Columba in Ireland; Iona; The Celtic Church; Later History; The Antiquities; Topography; and Conclusion; followed by appendices: The Neighbouring Isles and Staffa; Chronological Table; Bibliography; and an index.. First Printing - First Thus. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 12mo.

$14.95

HALIFAX - Warden of the North
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HALIFAX - Warden of the North

By Raddall, Thomas H.

Garden City, New York: Doubleday and Company, 1965. (xvi) 340 pp. Quarter-bound in black cloth on dark yellow cloth; lettered in gilt on the spine; illustrated endpapers; headband; illustrated with black and white plates. The wraparound dustjacket painting is Halifax Harbour by John O'Brien, circa 1850. Light wear at the corners of the dustjacket with a few small nicks around the edges; previous owner's name on the first blank page. No other city in Canada has held the strategic position of Halifax throughout its long history. The Contents are: Preface; The Indians; The French 1710 - 1746; The English - 1748; from the English chapter until the final chapter, this goes by year, beginning with 1749 and finishing with 1964; followed by A New Face for an Old; and an index.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by John O'Brien;. 8vo.

$24.95

GHOST TOWNS OF ONTARIO - Volume 2 - A Field Guide
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GHOST TOWNS OF ONTARIO - Volume 2 - A Field Guide

By Brown, Ron

Toronto: Polar Bear Press, 1999. 223 pp. Signed on the title page by Ron Brown. Trade paperback format. Light edge and corner wear with a flat uncreased spine; aside from the author's signature, no interior markings. Illustrated with black and white photographs. The Contents are: Introduction; Ghost Towns of Niagara; The Missing Mills of the Greater Toronto Area; Ghost Towns of the Queen's Bush; Ghosts of the Bruce; Ontario's Deep South; Muskoka's Ghosts; Loyalist Ghost Towns; Highland Ghosts; Ghost Towns of the Ottawa Valley; and Ghost Towns of the Northland; followed by an Epilogue and an Index.. Signed by Author. First Printing - First Thus. Paperback. Very Good. 8vo.

$14.95

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