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ACROSS THE SUB-ARCTICS OF CANADA. A journey of 32,000 miles by canoe and snowshoe through barren lands.
New York: Dodd, Mead & Company. 1898. 280 pp. Illustrated with photo's, black and white drawings and a folding map. Hardcover. No dust jacket. Ex-library copy. Except for discrete stamps on the title spread and a very small tear at the spine this is a very good copy. There is a library sticker on the inside cover and a small bookseller's sticker at the base of the first fly leaf.
ALL THINGS COMMON. The Hutterian Way of Life.
233pp. Illustrated. Hardcover with dust jacket. A very good copy. Jacket lightly frayed at the edges and spine ends with a few small chips but otherwise shows only some light soiling and in good condition. Book itself shows only some mild shelf-wear. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, a very good copy with a good jacket.
THE FACE OF EARLY TORONTO. An Archival Record, 1797-1936.
Sutton West, Ontario:The Paget Press. (1982). 157pp. Illustrated.  With dust jacket. Oblong. A very good, clean copy. The dust jacket is lightly soiled and shelf-worn at edges with some small tears. * Includes sections from GOAD'S 1884 ATLAS OF TORONTO.
243pp. Illus. 22 attractive chromolithographs, incuding map + 5 black/white full-page portraits. Blue cloth with title boxed in a gilt and dark blue floral border. T.e.g foredge. Book very good to fine. Clean, tight. Occasional light foxing on margins of some color plates, including the map. All plates bright and very attractive, especially "Sarah Terwilligan's attempt to fly to Heaven." 
Boston:Houghton Mifflin Company. 1926. xxvi + 69pp. Illustrated from photographs by Dr. Grenfell and others. Biographical Sketch by Clarence John Blake. Hardcover. No dust jacket. 25th edition.  Book in very good condition. Light soiling to spine and edge points worn. Internally, some light age-toning to end pages, as well as to any page opposite an illustration. Signed and dated by the author with a drawing of a man on an ice-pan on the first free end-page. Overall, in very good condition.
New York:Random House. (1947). Stated 2nd printing. 234pp. Hardcover with dust jacket.  Book is in very good, clean condition. Dust jacket is also in very good condition, but with light shelfwear and several small tears to edges.   *Man against wilderness: the story of a 40 year struggle for survival.
SHIPS OF MIRAMICHI, A History of Shipbuilding on the Miramichi River, New Brunswick, Canada, 1773-1919
Saint John, N.B.; The New Brunswick Museum, 1961. 84pp. Wrps. Second Printing. Good condition. Interior clean, some page corners with dog-earing.  Fold out map present.  Covers worn/rubbed/toned.
THE LABRADOR COAST. A Journal of Two Summer Cruises to That Region. With notes on it's early discovery, on the Eskimo, on it's physical geography, geology and natural history.
With Maps and Illustrations. New York:N. D. C. Hodges, Publisher. 1891.  (7)+ 513pp. 1st edition.  In very good condition.  The blue boards are lightly shelf-worn and soiled with gilt still bright on front cover and spine. Rear board is slightly scuffed. Internally, there are no previous owners marks or signatures. A very good clean copy.