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1 Anderson, Allan Salt Water, Fresh Water

Toronto: Macmillan of Canada 1979. Over 100 Canadians pass along their vivid stories of life afloat, past and present. Dust jacket, 8vo in blue cloth, 35 b&w photos, clean and tight with no marks, Very Good, Good. 
Price: 20.00 USD
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2 Armour, Charles A. Sailing Ships of the Maritimes

Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson Ltd. 1975, 1st printing. Armour and co-author Thomas Lackey present an illustrated history of shipping and shipbuilding in the maritime provinces of Canada, 1750-1925. Dust jacket rubbed with a few nicks to edges and one tear on rear, oblong 8vo in blue cloth, 16 color plates, 100+ b&w illustrations, list of sources, bibliography, index, 224pp, owner's name on front endpaper o/w no marks, clean and tight, near Fine/Good. 
Price: 45.00 USD
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3 Barrett, Harry B. Lore & Legends of Long Point (Canada)

Don Mills ON: Burns & MacEachern Ltd. 1977. Barrett recounts the history of this point of land that just out of the north shore of Lake Eire, with personal reminiscences and many tales. No just jacket, square 8vo (9x9), b&w photos, maps and diagrams, 240pp, owner's name label on front endpaper o/w no marks, no marks, Very Good. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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4 Graham, Donald Keepers of the Light

Madeira Park BC: Harbour Publishing 1985 [1987] 3rd printing. A history of British Columbia lighthouses and their keepers, drawn from official files, diaries, and reminiscences. SOFT cover, 8vo, b&w photos and drawings throughout, 262pp, no marks, near Fine. 
Price: 12.00 USD
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5 Hardy, W. G. From Sea unto Sea

Garden City NY: Doubleday and Company 1960. Hardy recounts Canada's road to nationhood, 1850-1910. No dust jacket, 8vo in blue cloth, map endpapers, bibliography, index, 528pp, clean and tight with no marks, Very Good/-. 
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6 Keating, Bern Grand Banks, The

Chicago: Rand McNally and Company 1968, 1st printing. Keating and photographer Dan Guravich introduce us to the Grand Banks, the turbulent and fog-shrouded fishing grounds off Newfoundland, and present a fascinating glimpse into its 500-year-old history. Dust jacket a bit chipped, 4to in blue cloth, 32 color photos, 96pp, clean and tight with no marks, Very Good/Very Good. 
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7 Keating, Bern Grand Banks, The

Chicago: Rand McNally and Company 1968, 1st printing. Keating and photographer Dan Guravich introduce us to the Grand Banks, the turbulent and fog-shrouded fishing grounds off Newfoundland, and present a fascinating glimpse into its 500-year-old history. Dust jacket lightly rubbed, 4to in blue cloth, numerous color photos, 96pp, clean and tight with no marks, Very Good/Very Good. 
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8 Low, Albert P. Cruise of the Neptune, The

Ottawa: Government Printing Office 1906. Low presents a report of the Dominion Government Expedition to Hudson Bay and the Arctic Islands, 1903-4, aboard the steamship D.G.S. Neptune, 1Capt. S. W. Bartlett. The report details the places visited and activities undertaken, including reports on ethnology, geology, and navigation issues. No dust jacket, 8vo in original brown cloth, titles and ship design in bright gilt on front board, 63 plates, 30x40-inch folded map in rear pocket (NE Canada and track of the Neptune), lower front corner bumped, minor denting in top and bottom edges of rear board, both boards remarkably bright and clean, both hinges starting but still intact, owner's name on front endpaper, contents clean and tight with no marks or foxing, quite a nice copy given its age of this fine account of NE Canada at the turn of the 20th century. 
Price: 125.00 USD
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9 MacLennan, Hugh Rivers of Canada, The

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1961. The wilderness and the pioneers past and present figure in this portrait of a country seen through the story of its great waterways. Dust jacket, 8vo in green cloth, maps, 170pp, no marks, Very Good/Very Good. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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10 MacLennan, Hugh Rivers of Canada, The

New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1961. The wilderness and the pioneers past and present figure in this portrait of a country seen through the story of its great waterways. Dust jacket, 8vo in green cloth, maps, 170pp, no marks, Very Good/Very Good. 
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11 Wallace, Frederick W. In the Wake of the Wind-Ships

New York: George Sully & Company 1927. Wallace presents here, as an extension to his 'Wooden Ships and Iron Men,' a discussion of Canada's role and special contributions to the shipbuilding and seafaring ventures of North America. No dust jacket, contemporary paper protector applied, 8vo in green with design blind-stamped on front board and title gilt-stamped on spine, map endpapers, 85 b&w illustrations, front hinge loosening but intact, owner's name on half-title o/w no marks, overall a Good+ copy of a scarce and useful text on Canada's role in seafaring. 
Price: 95.00 USD
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