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Publisher: New York:, Bunce and Brother Publishers,, 1856.<br>
Orlando Bolivar Willcox a general in the 1st Michigan Infantry wrote this narrative of the Canadian Northwest during "a period when Indian, Frenchman, Briton, and American commingled harmoniously together, and there was room enough for all and to spare" using the pseudonym March.Blue cloth covered boards with blind-stamped pattern and gilt spine titles. Bindings tight and square. Text clean, light even toning and occasional foxing. Moderate handling wear edges and co... View more info
Publisher: Syracuse, NY, Wm. Jubb Co.,, [c1910]
One continuous sheet folded accordion style to form  p. mounted between covers which form mailing envelope. 18 scenes with 2 more on outside overs. No flaws but minimal handling. Folder has place for postage. [No date circa 1910; OCLC] One copy located WorldCat/OCLC. View more info
Publisher: Watertown, New York:, Santway Photo-Craft CO.,, [1938 - 1945] (see below)<br>
Travel / Souvenir brochure of the Thousand lakes region of the St. Lawrence River of New York State and Canada. 16 pages of color photographs, Center is a color map of region. Gently handled no flaws but minor age toning to wraps. [No date, this was produced between 1938 and 1945.; Issuing date approximated from caption of photograph of the Thousand Islands International Bridge (opened August 1938) and from cars in photograph of Kingston, Ontario.] Three copies... View more info
By: McCowan, Dan
Publisher: Toronto:, Macmillan,, 1942
Edition: Second Printing
Inscription: <b>Inscribed by the author.</b>
A Naturalist in Canada xii, 284 pages with 33 b/w photographs. 8.5 inches tall. Half-tone frontispiece from a painting by Carl Rungius. Sketches by Bruce Hornsfall. The Scottish born naturalist, Dan McCowan, is a lecturer, writer, and photographer of Canada. Settling in the Rockies he has become a popular essayist of the natural history of Canada writing in informal and amusing style. Green cloth covered boards with black titles. Minor fading to spine. Binding... View more info
By: Hutchison, Bruce
Publisher: New York:, Alfred A Knopf,, 1957.
Edition: First Edition
Blue green cloth covered boards. Gilt titles and blind-stamped titles/decoration on front. Bindings tight and square. Text clean. Minimal shelf handling. Dust jacket with price has light shelf wear. The author invites his thousands of readers to join him in ‘a casual, disordered tour across the nation and some of its wilderness' to discover the new Canada. To this rediscovery, Mr. Hutchison, brings his uncanny ability to stand back and appraise familiar things, his... View more info
Publisher: Canada:, Formac Publishing, 1999.
No flaws or blemishes; Gift Quality. Halifax: The First 250 Years brings together extensive research into the diversity of the city's development with more than 300 illustrations, many in colour, providing a vivid portrait of the city and its diverse residents through the years. View more info
Publisher: Cincinnati:, Jennings and Graham ,, 1908
Un-paginated. 5/8" thick. 7 7/8 inches tall. Printed upon glossy stock. Each page charmingly illustrated. Six delightful stories of French Canada. Decorations and illustrations Laura Miller. Illustrated with frontispiece b/w plate of Madame Lepine. Small illustration at center of Title Page. Lavishly illustrated with 6 b/w plates at the beginning of each story and illustrated on every page with Miller's wonderful color illustrations in a series of 4 which repeat. Dark gr... View more info
Publisher: Toronto:, The Radisson Society of Canada Limited,, 1925.<br>
Edition: A revised edition containing the best features of the two former editions, published in 1873 and 1879.
"The expedition crossed the Rocky Mountains by the Yellow Head Pass, journeyed along the north Thompson River to Kamloops, and from there to Yale and the Pacific."The author was secretary to Sir Sandford Fleming, Chief Engineer of the Canadian Pacific Railway during the time the railway route to the Pacific was being surveyed. This work is a record of the everyday travels and adventures of the survey party as they journeyed across the Continent. Green buck... View more info
Publisher: London:, Seeley & Co. Limited., 1911.<br>
Edition: First Edition – First Printing.<br>
Bishop William Carpenter Bompas was a difficult man, cantankerous, stubborn, and more than a little eccentric. He carried on his shoulders the deep spirituality of his own faith, the assumptions of his background, and the cultural aggressiveness of the Victorian age. [Cody]Bound in colorful, illustrated cloth depicting Bishop Compas and his dogsled team on the front cover and in a canoe on the spine. Bindings tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Attractive... View more info
Publisher: Ottawa, Ontario:, Magic Light Publishing,, 2007,<br>
The Rideau Canal played an important role in the making of Canada as a nation. This book commemorates the 175th Anniversary of this Canadian landmark. The lively text is accompanied by archival paintings and photographs plus contemporary color images to showcase this incredible living legacy.No Flaws or Blemishes; Gift Quality. Dust Jacket is in a new clear protective Mylar sleeve. View more info
Publisher: Winlaw, BC, Canada:, Sono Nis Press,, 1997
Edition: Second Edition.<br>
The stories of the first Pacific Canadian railroads, the men who built them, and the locomotives and cars that gave them a unique character. With more than 250 illustrations, maps, timetables, reproductions, bibliography. No Flaws or Blemishes; Gift Quality. View more info
Publisher: Alexandria Bay, NY,, Heart Island Operating Company,, 1976.
Boldt Castle is a major landmark and tourist attraction in the Thousand Islands region of the U.S. state of New York. Open to guests seasonally between mid May and mid October. It is located on Heart Island in the Saint Lawrence River. Heart Island is part of the Town of Alexandria, in Jefferson County. Originally a private mansion built by an American millionaire, George Boldt, it is today maintained by the Thousand Islands Bridge Authority as a tourist attraction. View more info
By: Leong, Leslie
Publisher: Canada:, Leslie Leong Ent.,, 2003.
Edition: 1st Edition.
No Flaws or Blemishes but minimal retail handling; Still Gift Quality. View more info
Publisher: Canada, Clarke, Irwin & Company, 1962
Edition: First Edition – First Printing.
SIGNED by author below name on title page. Award winning history/biography. Details William McGillivray and the rivalry between the North West Company and the Hudson Bay Company. William McGillivray (1764-1825) Scottish fur trader, traveled and explored the Canadian northwest with the likes of Fraser, Mackenzie and Harmon; later became director of the North West Company aiding the company's amalgamation with the Hudson Bay Company.Binding... View more info
Publisher: Buffalo:, The Matthews-Northrup Co.,, 1887.
32 unnumbered pages Oblong: Width: 9.5" Height: 6.75". Red string-bound oblong booklet has original printed wrappers. The covers display light shelfwear. The pages are clean and bright. This brochure is richly illustrated, with photograph of falls on front cover. This work contains a number of items relating to Niagara Falls, including an excursion timetable, a poem by Jose Maria Heredia, brief articles and a "brief epitome of some of its attractions... View more info