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GLENGARRY SCHOOL DAYS by Ralph Connor, 1902, 340 Pgs. The Westminister Co., Ltd, Toronto. School turmoil in a log cabin school house.

THE LIFE OF NELSON by Robert Southey, London, Hodder & Stoughton, 245 Pgs. Color illustration of THE BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR. Herbert Strang’s Library. Spine retaped, rear cover damaged.

1961 TRIXIE BELDEN and the MYSTERIOUS CODE, by Kathryn Kenny, Golden Press, NY, 18 chapters, one illustration, 252 pgs. some spine damage.

THE SAS HANDBOOK of LIVING OFF THE LAND. Chris McNab, Amber Books, 202, 190 Pgs. Includes Finding water, plant foods, animal trapping, firemaking, cooking, desert, Arctic, tropical, ocean survival. ISBN 1-897884-96-6
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114 YEARS OLD. “THE SPOILERS” by Rex E. Beach, 1905, published by A.L. Burt, New York. Hard cover, 314 Pgs., 4 illustrations. A first edition, with the author's middle initial included. His middle name initial E. was removed in later editions. April 1905 on copyright page. NO loose pages, only edges scuffing. Handwritten dedication in ink inside frontcover.

$3 HUNTING SCENT BOOK, 2001. Wildlife Research Center, , Anoka, MN, 63 Pgs., softcoverContains photos, diagrams, How to use scents for hunting.

1923, THE SONG OF THE PRAIRIE LAND, Wilson MacDonald, dated March 4, 1924. 155 Pgs. Hardcover Ryerson Press, Toronto. Appears to be signed by author, has gift dedication penned on opening page,. Some poems noted with the location where they were written. {Copies held by national library} (Pg 11 & 12 missing from introduction) $19.99

1936 HIGHROADS TO READING, April . (Book 1) JERRY AND JANE, The Primer,by Henrietta Roy et al. Ryerson Press, , 122 pgs, colored illustrations. Some interior school district stamps. Fair condition, no loose pgs.

1967 “CANADA NORTH” by FARLEY MOWAT, McClelland and Stewart Ltd., ,128 Pgs. MULTIPLE PHOTOS and illustrations of ARCTIC CANADA by one of Canada’s leading authors (deceased). NINE Chapters: Myths & Reality, Nature of the Beast, Northern Blood, Floating Islands, Icy Mountains, MORE. [ISBN-10: 0771065965; ISBN-13: 978-0771065965]

1922 The Covered Wagon. (97 year old book) Emerson Hough, Curtis Publishing, , 378 Pgs. (45 Chapters) Hardcover, Inside cover route map, illustrated by photos from Paramount silent film. No loose pages, writings from previous owners inside covers. PLOT: A caravan of covered wagons leaves Kansas City to Oregon, encountering all the challenges on the Oregon Trail. A big challenge is Will Banion, who will fight Jesse for the affections of his daughter and leadership of the caravan. Two wagon trains converge at Kansas City, and join for the westward trip to Oregon. On their quest the pilgrims will experience desert heat, mountain snow, hunger, and Indian attack. To complicate matters further, a love triangle develops along the voyage.

1933 ON THE TRAIL OF THE KING’S MEN , by MABEL DUNHAM, Ryerson Press, Toronto, Hardcover,314 Pgs. Historical Fiction set in Acadia after American Revolutionary war. Plot includes disagreement over daughter’s impending marriage. Multiple discard stampings inside. Condition below average. 7¾ tall x 5 ¾ x 1 ¾ inches.

1913 SONS AND LOVERS by D.H. LAWRENCE, GREAT BRITIAN, REDWOOD BURN LTD., PRINTED 1975 (40 yrs. old). The John Player special collection, hard cover, 420 Pgs. Novel in two parts by world famous author prior to WWI.

MANITOBA TRAPPERS’ GUIDE, 1st printing 1963, (Revised 1977), 124 pgs, Diagrams on most pages. EVERYTHINGabout trapping and care of pelts, specific animal trapping, t anning, much more. Fairly good condition

1912 THEIR YESTERDAYS, . Harold Bell Wright, Book Supply Company, Chicago, 311 pgs., A tender romantic love story novel of long ago. Binding: maroon cloth hardcover, gold colored lettering, 5 x 7 ½ inches tall. Condition: All pages contained, some tattered, spine binding may have been repaired. Some smudges.

FORTUNES IN FORMULAS@, copyright 1927. TEXTBOOK: very valuable vintage printing Hiscox and Sloane, 854 PAGES OF FORMULAS. The index is 23 pgs. 2. 2 INCHES thick, includes items on Absinth, alcohol production, beers, Atropine antidote, coloring feathers, waterproofing fabric cleaners, jewelry coatings, DARK SKIN COLOR LIGHTENING, Russian milk beverages, putty making, silver plating, invisible inks, gun powders and as shown actually HUNDREDS of pages of other materials. Classic hardcover book, worn bindings, a very few loose pages.

1999 “THE SNAKEBITE SURVIVOR’S CLUB,” hardcover 336 pg, Harcourt, Inc., . 20 chapters detailing harrowing experiences of survivors of poisonous snakebites from around the entire world – America, Australia, Africa, India, NONE from Ireland, where there are no snakes! If you like tales of adventure this book is for you. Could be useful to a traditional mountain man or colonial buckskinner reenactor using black powder or muzzleloader flintlocks while at a rendezvous or hiking, camping, hunting or fishing ...
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