Author's signature on title page. Inscription to previous owner on inside of front cover.
Has a slight smoky odour. Some price sticker residue on front cover. This is a small thin publication of black and white photos exhibited at the Anna Leonowens Gallery a number of years ago. At the front of the publication there is an index naming all the corner grocery stores and giving their locations. Clean inside and out. Spine is faded. Some soiling on covers. Previous owner's name and address on title page. Pen mark on title page.
Written by the class president of Author inscribed to previous owner on inside front cover. Covers minimally soiled. Covers are curled a bit. Inscription by the author to previous owner on half-title page. Spine creased. A bit of rice sticker residue on front cover. Previous owner has blacked out their name on the inside front cover. Otherwise a nice clean copy. Some staining on dustjacket of volume I. Books are clean inside and out. Limited edition printed on hand made paper. Based on the true story of a young boy from Herring Cove who risked his own life to save British sailors from their ship that was run aground while entering Halifax Harbour.
The boy was rewarded for his brave deed by Prince Edward who was living in Halifax at the time. Book is clean, slight creases on covers. Part of the famous Canadians series. Former price tag on back cover. Born in Pictou, Nova Scotia Fitzpatrick is known as a pioneer in education. Binding is taped together, but half of it is ripped off. The binding is still together. Some staining on page edges.
Ex-library book with library markings on spine, library rules pasted to inside front cover, library card envelope in rear and ink stamp on copyright page. Binding is cracked at front and back, webbing is exposed. Some soiling on jacket. Crease and small tear near spine on back cover.
Full of colour pictures and information. Covers fairly clean and bright. Some pen marks on covers and a bit of soiling. Spine is creased. Inside clean and tight. Dustjacket has smalll rips and tears all on top edge, a small chip and some discolouration and fading. Dustjacket has small rips and tears all along edges and some discolouration and fading. Blue covers with gilt lettering are in very good condition, interior is clean and unmarked. Lots of black and white and a few colour photos. Some minor creasing on the cover, no other marks. Some soiling and edge wear on covers.
A small tear on rear cover and on spine. Some pages are dog-eared. Some creasing and cover is curled. Some price sticker glue on back cover. Interior is clean and unmarked. Arnie Patterson has been a reporter, businessman, public relations officer and press secretary to Pierre Trudeau. Covers are curling. Some price sticker residue on back cover. Ink spot on title page. Some soiling on page edges. Very limited printing. Minor creases on covers. Title page inscribed by author to former owner. Due to weight book will cost more to mail to the US.
Subtitled: " Cape Breton stories". Some creases on covers, but clean. Sticker with previous owner's name on half title page. A bit of ink on inside front cover. Inside clean.. A nice copy. May have been damp on bottom edge as there is a dampstain on rear endpapers. Beautifully illustrated. Still a nice copy.
This sequel to "Taking Care of Aura" is also set in Nova Scotia at Dalhousie University in the 's and also involves Raj and Aura, two very different peple trying to determine their future together. Covers slightly creased, spine very creased. Backstrip is faded. Previous owner's name on endpapers. A nice clean copy. Subtitled: "The personal experiences of a family on the coast of Nova Scotia and their contributions to the war effort.
Spine is mottled as top layer of paper is peeling. Previous owner's name on flyleaf. Political corruption in Nova Scotia. Previous owner's name on endpaper. Otherwise, very clean and tight. Small tears and bumps in dustjacket. Lots of black and white photos. Lists of members, race winners, past presidents, etc. A small rip on the dustjacket. Interior is clean and unmarked "Nova Scotia is rich in two kinds of history.
On the one hand there are cannons and treaties; on the other, local legends and family tales - the more intimate, hearsay history that is borne in 'generation after generation of Nova Scotians'. So says Harry Bruce in this affectionate tribute to the province's past. His careful research has yielded an ample store of records, letters, folksongs, and anecdotes that reveal the lives behind the images of coves and highlands, ships and lighthouses, mills, churches, and homesteads that are captured in the photographs of Chic Harris.
In these pages Nova Scotia's memories come tumbling out like ripe apples from an upturned basket". Covers are creased on the corners. Spine is yellowed and previous owner has written the title on the spine. Covers are yellowed. Some mottling on page and cover edges. Previous owner's name plate on inside of front cover. Inside tight and clean. Book is in good clean condition. Photo of Keifer Sutherland on front cover, fifteen more photos from the movie as well. Cover edges are curling. Inscription to previous owner is on half-title page. Pages are curling on bottom edge.
This was a thesis written by the author. Scarce pubication. Pictorial covers show some wear. Library markings or stickers on spine, page edges, title page, and inside of rear covers. Former library book, tape on spine and library stickers, some markings on title page and a card envelope pasted in rear. Some dark liquid was spilled on lower right hand corner of book and stained book pages from front to back. All is clear and legible. The story of one of the men who was scapegoated as one of the ones to be blamed for the Halifax Explosion. Book is clean and tight.
Various articles written over the years by a Kentville journalist. Clean nice copy. Blue covers have a bit of creasing and scuffing. Maps of areas surveyed, list of objects found. Cover is starting to curl and is soiled.. Page edges are soiled. Previous owner's information on inside front cover.
Nice glossy cover with colour photos inside. Very clean, cover is uncreased. Spine is slightly creased. This is a heavy book and might require additional shipping cost. Dustjacket has some small rips and some creases and is covered with a protective clear removable cover. Book covers are in clean condition. Inside of dustjacket is stained. End papers show map of Nova Scotia.
Author signed title page. Lots of information and full colour illustrations. Heavy book, will cost more to ship. Please contact for price. Ex-library, tape along spine, library stickers and stamps. Library card pocket in rear. Covers are creased along edges near spine and on corners.
Lots of information, pictures and lists of names of those who served. Some creases on covers. Spot from price sticker on half-title page. Part of the "Reprints in Canadian History" series. Previous owner's name on inside of front cover. Sticker was removed from half title page leaving paper looking thin. Halifax, Nova Scotia author.
A collection of short fiction stories that range in setting from nineteenth century rural Prairie settlements to twentieth century Maritime hospitals, from drought stricken African villages to trendy contemporary urban high-rises. Covers are marked with a few pen marks. A piece of paper that was pasted on the inside front cover was ripped off. Some pencil marks inside.
Covers are quite creased and have some small tears. Previous owner's name on half-title page. Book smells musty. Tear and crease on rear cover. Lots of creases on spine. Page edges are yellowed. Dustjacket has some small tears and previous owner's name on bottom. First front endpaper is torn out. Boats, Books and Apples A portrait of E. Haliburton, a rugged individualist by himself and others.
Some curling on covers. Corners are bumped. The Book of Richan being a compilation of all available and obtainable records of the ancient and historic Richan family from A. Velveteen covered paper covers are discoloured but contain the family crest. Binding was reinforced with bookbinding tape. A very scarce book. Blue covers with gilt lettering are soiled. Front cover is starting to detach. Backstrip is discoloured and chipped on the top and bottom. Cloth is fraying on top and bottom of backstrip.
Good reading copy. Book was damp at some time as it's pages are wavy and the covers are curled. This does not affect the legibility of the book in any way. Card covers. Crease on spine. Stain on page edges. Previous owner has used an embossing stamp on the title page.
Originally published in Thin publication, only 11 pages. History and photos. Book plate from previous owner is pasted on inside of front cover. Spine is discoloured. Bound with staples. A scarce Raddall publication. Previous owner's name is written in pen on front cover. Staples are covered with cloth tape which is starting to peel. Author was know as the poet of Lahave and is a native of Bridgewater, Nova Scotia. Grey paper covered boards with off white backstrip. Covers are a bit soiled, scuffed. Edges are starting to wear.
Some foxing, mostly on page edges and endpapers. Inscription by author to previous owners on first free endpaper. Includes some old newspaper clipping about the author. Some bumps on covers. Subtitles "Being a day by day account of the weather, arrival and departure of the Falmouth and other packets, vital statistics and other items of interest to the social circle in which he moved- kept in the Farmer's Almanack for the years inclusive.
Clean and unmarked. Baby Deaths. Some creases on covers and spine. Small amount of price sticker residue on back cover. Stories of several of the survivors of the Ideal Maternity Home where questionable adoptions were carried out on a regular basis in the 's. Crease and bump on front cover. Price sticker residue on back cover.
Light soiling on covers. Previous owner's name and address in red ink on title page. Otherwise inside is clean. Dustjacket has a bit of wrinkling on corners and is a bit soiled. Page edges soiled. Inside fairly clean and tight. The story of the Westray coal mine explosion of , where 26 miners died tragically. Course calendar for King's College. Covers are badly faded and a bit soiled. Lots of history, photos and lists of name of those who staffed the camp over the last fifty years. A bit of soiling on the covers. Previous owner's name in pen on title page.
Lots of history and black and white photos. Some names listed of commanding officers. Good for collectors of Canadian Navy memorabilia. Some creases on back cover and some residue from former price sticker. Previous owner's name and address is stamped on title page.
Subtitled:" The true story of a successful quest for treasure. How a fortune in gold and silver coins, lost off the coast of Nova Scotia in , was hunted and found by three young Canadians in ". Spine is creased and faded. Some of the black and white photos are detached from the book binding but included. Nova Scotia edition.
Red covers soiled. Edges bumped and rubbed. Front and rear hinges cracked. Pencil marks throughout. Lime Preperation at 18th Century Louisbourg 2. Louisbourg Guardhouses 3. A Survey of Louisbourg Gunflints. A complete guide to 25 paddling routes in Annapolis County. Covers have some creases and scuff marks. Purplish blue covers faded on cover edges and spine. A few small stains on covers. Head and tail of spine are bumped.
Some foxing on endpapers. Binding fairly tight. Stories about the author's life at sea. Clean and tight inside and out. A story told through poetry. A few doggeared pages. Otherwise clean condition. Inscription to previous owner opposite title page. Covers are creased, interior is clean and unmarked. Slight creases on covers.
Book is: "A collection of photographs, character sketches and fiddle tunes with genealogical and historical information on one of the last Celtic strongholds in North America. Cover illustration by DeGarthe. Some creases and soiling on covers. Some yellowing on title page. Inside is fairly clean. Rebound with green hardcovers. Some yellowing on title page and some scotch tape. Someone has corrected errors in pencil on several pages. Jacket is a little wrinked with a couple of tiny rips. Cover edges creased. Back cover has small dents. Lots of beautiful sketches of Cape Breton scenery.
Highlighting interesting places to visit in Cape Breton. Small rip in cloth on head of spine, and some fraying on tail. Yellowing on some pages and a bit of staining on a few pages. Binding might have been re-glued at one point. Table of contents pages are wrinkled and edges are tatty. Binding is cracked. Numerous articles, interviews and pictures of the people and places of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Cover is soiled. Cover is creased. Very little wear and soiling. Covers have a bit of glue residue on them.
Corners bumped. Spicer, Master of Square- Rigged Windjammers. Some creasing on covers. Fold out maps. Inside very clean and tight. History of Bedford, Nova Scotia. Minor soiling and creases on covers and page edges. Fold out map, photos and extensive index. This is a scarce book. Former library book. Discard stamp on page edges. Library sticker on title page. Covers are creased. Covers are faded, scuffed and soiled. Cover edges and corners are rubbed to boards in many areas.
Top and bottom of spine is fraying. Foxing throughout. Front and rear hinge cracked to webbing, making covers loose. Scarce publication. A month by month look at descriptions and meanings for different holidays and traditions of the various ethnic groups of Nova Scotia. Odd shape book but not heavy 11"x8". Some of the red cover colour has transfered onto the title page and on the last few pages of the book but only on the edges. Red covers with drawn map of where school was located.
Very useful book for research purposes or genealogy as there are a lot of former students and teachers mentioned. Card cover with comb binding. Copies of old photos and advertising depicting businesses that were around in Halifax in A very interesting keepsake. Authors inscription to previous owner on title page.
Very good history of hockey in Nova Scotia. Previous owner's name on inside front cover. Dustjacket is torn and repaired with tape. Lots of small tears along dustjacket edges. Front cover is starting to separate from paper. Inscription to previous owners on endpapers.
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Chaplain Extraordinary A Tribute to I. Catalogue of photos and descriptions of the artists works that were exhibited in the 's. Red cloth covers with black lettering. Some rubbing on covers. One pen mark on cover. First endpapers are missing. Several poems relating to Nova Scotia. Lots of black and white pictures and history. Book has a slight musty smell. Dustjacket has several small tears along edges andsome soiling. Book is clean. A scarce hard to find book. Covers and inside are clean. Inside of front cover has sticker residue from previous owner's bookplate. A history together with stories from the area.
Lots of photos. The report of a province-wide study of child abuse and neglect conducted by the Nova Scotia Family and Child Welfare Association. Nova Scotia, " Plain grey covers with black lettering. Some highlighting. Printed in typewritten font. A very clean signed copy. Appears to be privately published.
Written and illustrated by the author. The author relates her childhood experiences in the first half of the s in Amherst, Nova Scotia including travels to New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island. A scarce book. A combination of historical events and stories from Cape Breton. Probably printed in the 's.
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