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Category: All Categories: History: Canada and No. America: Cdn Periodicals
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1.
Burpee, Lawrence, J. (ed.) with George A. Mackie (publisher) et al  
Canadian Geographical Journal, Volumes 1,2,3, 5, (July, August, September & December 1932)

Publisher: Montreal: Canadian Geographical Society, 1932,.
Hard bound in half leather, black and red boards, 254pp. Contains July, August, September & December of 1932 bound in one volume. Illustrated throughout with black and white photographs, and some maps. Very good. Includes articles titled glimpses of Europe in Western Canada by Robert England; An Early Map of Nova Scotia by Robert Douglas; Port Wine and Cod-Fish by Edward S. Gallop; A Cross-Section of Newfoundland by Norah Holden; Ancient San Marino by Thomas Guerin; Anticosti Island by L.R. Scheult; A Century of Goderich by Victor Lauriston; Basque Lands by W. Harvie-Jellie; Java: Land of Mystery by Diamond Jenness; Ontario's Route to the Sea by Arthur A. Cole; Island of Orleans by Marius Barbeau; Seeing Peru by Plane by Gertrude Baskin; The Witch-Canoe..La Chasse Gallery by Marius Barbeau; The Old Grey Port of Saint John by Theodore Goodridge Roberts; Canada's Newest Mountains by Don Munday; and A Hawaiian Holiday by Helen V. Kerr. 715 grams. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Burpee, Lawrence, J. (ed.) with George A. Mackie (publisher) et al  
Canadian Geographical Journal, Volume 8, Nos. 1-6, January-June 1934

Publisher: Montreal: Canadian Geographical Society, 1934,.
Hard bound in half leather, black and red leather-covered boards, 296pp. Contains January, February, March, April, May & June of 1934 bound in one volume. Illustrated throughout with black and white photographs, with some maps and colour plates Red leather covers starting to unglue from boards causing minimal bubbling else a very good copy. Includes Fort Beausejour by Alice Wetherell;Changing Village Life in Hardy's England by M.M. Pearman; The Vanished Red Indians of Newfoundland by Diamond Jenness; The Northern Rhodesian Veldt by C.H. Riordan; Indians as I Know Them by Charles Clay; Oberammergau and the Passion Play by Hon. Charles Murphy; Buffalo Days on Red River by John Peter Turner; Spiti and Rupshu by J.S. Lethbridge; fading Scenes on Quatsino Inlet by Diamond Jenness; Krieghoff Discovers Canada by Marius Barbeau; The Victoria Falls by R.S. Falk; Eight Hundred Miles on the Yukon by W.K. Gibb; Our Canadian Deserts by Hamilton M. Laing; Bermuda and Canada by Gustave Lanctot; Old Trails to the Arctic by Philip H. Godsell; Buried Cities of Ceylon by Lilian Chambers; Some More Canadian Wild Flowers by William H. Brigden; Melbourne by Mary Cecil allen; Margaret Hall Discovers Upper Canada by Blodwen Davies; Along the North Shore in Cartier's Wake by Blanche McLeod Lewis; In the Balkans by C.C. Rogers; Indian Vikings of the North West Coast by Diamond Jenness; In the Land of the Muskox by G.H. Blanchet; Banff to Jasper by John Stone; Polesie by Suzanne Sailly; Canadian Tobacco by J.E.T. Musgrave; and Manitoulin Island by Frederick William Major. 833 grams -- extra shipping charges may apply! All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canada's National History Society (Annalee Greenberg, Doug Whiteway, Laird Rankin et al)  
The Beaver, Exploring Canada's History, December 1998/January 1999
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Publisher: Winnipeg: Canada's National History Society, 1999.
Periodical, 8.5 x 11 stapled wraps, illustrated throughout in black and white and colour with numerous photos, art, diagrams and maps, 56pp. Ships lettermail. A very good copy (other copies of this issue may also be available). Cover: Self-portrait, oil on canvas by Paul-Emile Borduas, c. 1935. Contents of this issue include: A Community of Feeling - A band of Quebec artists just say non by Patricia Smart; The Legend of Lefroy - Victory follows tragedy in Canadaa's Rockies by Matt Jackson; Catching the Saviour Fish - Eulachon light the way for B.C.'s Nisga'a by Tom Koppel; Daniel O'Donoghue - Canada's first labour parliamentarian by Vic Parsons; Story in Stone - The enigma of the Herschel petroglyphs by Darlene Polachic; A Geographer's Diary, 1945 - A war's end tour of the Mackenzie Valley by J. Lewis Robinson; They Blew Up Brock's Monument - In 1840, terrorists target a token of Empire by Robert Malcomson; plus Book Reviews & Letters. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canada's National History Society (Annalee Greenberg, Doug Whiteway, Laird Rankin et al)  
The Beaver, Exploring Canada's History, April/May 2001
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Publisher: Winnipeg: Canada's National History Society, 2001.
Periodical, 8.5 x 11 stapled wraps, illustrated throughout in black and white and colour with numerous photos, art, diagrams and maps, 56pp. Ships lettermail. A very good copy (other copies of this issue may also be available). Cover: The Tilikum, with Captain Voss and onlookers, New Plymouth, New Zealand. Contents of this issue include: Around the World by Canoe - The extraordinary voyage of the Tilikum by Graham Chandler; The Customs Scandal of 1926 - Rumrunning and corruption nearly topple a government by Lita-Rose Betcherman; A parable of Tom Longboat by Peter Unwin; Lettuce & Labrador - Growing a garden in a forbidding land by Marianne Stopp; Courting Mifflin Gibbs - The critical black vote in colonial B.C. by Abraham Arnold; Scandal at Red River - The vicar, the servant girl, and a sensational trial by JM Bumsted; Spring Ahead - The fuss and furor over daylight saving time by Cheryl MacDonald; plus Book Reviews & Letters. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canada's National History Society (Annalee Greenberg, editor Laird Rankin, publisher, et al)  
The Beaver, Exploring Canada's History, June/July 1998
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Publisher: Winnipeg: Canada's National History Society, 1998.
Periodical, 8.5 x 11 stapled wraps, illustrated throughout in black and white and colour with numerous photos, art, diagrams and maps, 56pp. Ships lettermail. A very good copy (other copies of this issue may also be available). Cover: Detail, Musical Ride - photo by The RCMP. Contents of this issue include: Greg Marquis: 125 Years of the Mountie Enigma; The First NWMP Trek - From Ottawa to the Stone Fort, 1873 by Merv Ahrens; Francis J. Dickens - Profile of an ordinary officer from the first years of the Force by Vic Parsons; Power Serge - The complex relationship between Canada's First Nations and the RCMP by Ian Band; Surgeons' Stories - The reports of the first doctors of the NWMP by Jody Decker; Noble, Daring, & Dashing - How the Mounties' popular image became a national icon by Shane Peacock; The Invasion of the Yukon - The NWMP go undercover to thwart a turn-of-the-century security threat by David Ricardo Williams; plus Book Reviews & Letters. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canada's National History Society (Rankin, Laird, Shirlee Anne Smith, Alex Kachur et al)  
The Beaver, Exploring Canada's History, December 1997/January 1998
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Publisher: Winnipeg: Canada's National History Society, 1998.
Periodical, 8.5 x 11 stapled wraps, illustrated throughout in black and white and colour with numerous photos, art, diagrams and maps, 56pp. Ships lettermail. A very good copy (other copies of this issue may also be available). Cover: Lake Louise and the Canadian Rockies, watercolour on paper by John Singer Sargent. Contents of this issue include: Salmon Wars and the Crises of the Nineties by Keith Ralston and Duncan Stacey; J. Singer Sargent in the Canadian Rockies by Bruce Hugh Russell; Whatever Happened to the Kanakas? by Jean Barman; The Prophetic Voice of HW Monk by Frederick McEvoy; A Letter to Antoine - The romance of genealogy by Adrienne Leduc; The boom years of the Lunenburg County Christmas tree trade by R. Blake Brown; What a Historian told the Defence Minister by Desmond Morton; plus Book Reviews & Letters. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canada's National History Society (Rankin, Laird, Shirlee Anne Smith, Annalee Greenberg et al)  
The Beaver, Exploring Canada's History, February/March 1998
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Publisher: Winnipeg: Canada's National History Society, 1998.
Periodical, 8.5 x 11 stapled wraps, illustrated throughout in black and white and colour with numerous photos, art, diagrams and maps, 56pp. Ships lettermail. A very good copy (other copies of this issue may also be available). Cover: The restored and preserved Hudson's Bay Company Charter - photo by Jeremy Powell, Canadian Conservation Institute. Contents of this issue include: John Edward FitzGerald and the Newfoundland Referenda Campaigns of 1948; The Hudson's Bay Company Charter - A historical treasure is royally preserved at 327 years by Christopher Moore; One of Kitchener's Kids - The bittersweet story of Lieutenant Herrick Duggan by Ron Hotchkiss; Big Leagues in the Northern Bush - Hockey and high stakes in the silver towns of Ontario by Shane Peacock; Donald Creighton - A master historian casts the net of his Macdonald by PB Waite; Flower Children in Lotusland - Hippies, students, and Vancouver in the 1960s by Tina Loo; plus Book Reviews & Letters. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by David Maclellan with Enid Byford et al)  
Canadian Geographic: February/March 1980, Vol. 100, Number 1 (Indian Rock Art; Peace River coal; Montreal's world-famous botanical garden; archeologists and nothern Ontario history, etc.)
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Publisher: Ottawa: Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 1980.
Paper bound, Vol. 100, No. 1. As new. 78pp. 220 grams. Note: We have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Montreal's World Renowned Botanical Gardens by Dorothy Sangster; Birdwatchers' paradise in southern Alberta by Tim Fitzharris; More energy for B.C. in Peace River coal by Russell George; How CP pioneered transpacific trade and travel by David Raymont; Village life near a Nova Scotian 'land's end' by Caroline Norwood; Helicopters: workhorses of the Canadian air by Larry Milberry; Real rock art: Indian designs on stone by Doris Lundy; Archeologists dig into northern Ontario's past by Nick Admas; Searching out a hidden valley in the Rockies by David Mundy. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by David Maclellan with Enid Byford et al)  
Canadian Geographic: April/May 1980, Vol. 100, Number 2 (Kluane National Park; Ancient fine art found in High Arctic; Our precious topsoil is wasting away, etc.)
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Publisher: Ottawa: Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 1980.
Paper bound, Vol. 100, No. 2. Minor tear to side edge of rear cover and a few modest ink marks to top of front cover else a very good copy. 82pp. 220 grams. Note: We have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: The polyglor world of Montreal's 'Main' by Jennifer Harper; Ancient fine art is found in the High Arctic by Robert McGhee; Why Ontario Place has had 25 million visits by DDorothy Sangster; Kluane, one of our most exciting national parks by Bruce downie; Will 'Jupiter Effect' cause more earthwuakes? by Julianne Labreche; Trying to reduce earthquake losses in Canada by WG Milne and MJ Berry; Our precious topsoil is wasting away by Roy Vontobel; Working to save Ontario's white-tailed deer by Michael Bennett; How to settle a boundary line without a war by KR Klitscher; Did you ever see a heap of hares by John Laplume. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by David Maclellan with Enid Byford et al)  
Canadian Geographic: June/July 1980, Vol. 100, Number 3 (Beautiful creatures in the Arctic waters; Moving prairie grain to the Far East; Canoe exploration of the Nahanni Park, etc.)
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Publisher: Ottawa: Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 1980.
Paper bound, Vol. 100, No. 3. As new. 86pp. 240 grams. Note: We have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Japan becomes Canada's No. 2 trading partner by Gregor Guthrie; Moving grain from our West to the Far East by Anthony Burges; Toronto showpiece: the Art Gallery of Ontario by Dorothy Sangster; The beauty of living things in Arctic waters by Randolph Kashino; People's highway - the millions go via 401 by John Melady; A canoeist's exploration of Nahanni Park by Lee Harding; Gold Medal 1980: Selma Barkman; Massey Medal 1980: Maurice Haycock; Joe MacInnis pioneer in the underwater world by Lydia Dotto; Finding sources of Canadian history in Spain by Selma Barkham; The Canadian who sailed alone around the world by Walter Teller. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by David Maclellan with Enid Byford et al)  
Canadian Geographic: August/September 1980, Vol. 100, Number 4 (Classic 1902-04 photos of Indians, Eskimos; A seal hunter's life on the James Bay ice; A museum with 600 canoes, dugouts and kayaks; Coast Indians and war c
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Publisher: Ottawa: Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 1980.
Paper bound, Vol. 100, No. 4. As new. 86pp. 230 grams. Note: We have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: New discoveries in our greatest cave by Derek Ford; NRC: where science fiction often comes true by Julianne Labreche; Pangnirtung: gateway to our only Arctic park by James Lamont; War canoe races still excite Coast indians by Gordon Hamilton; A museum with 600 canoes, dugouts and kayaks by Percy Rowe; Why nuclear energy? and is it safe enough? by Ken Webb; Classic photos of Indians and Eskimos, 1902-04 by David Maclellan; Hiking and climbing in B.C.'s Mount Edziza Provincial Park by David John Smith; Hunting seals on the ice of James Bay by George Bauer. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by David Maclellan with Enid Byford et al)  
Canadian Geographic: December 1980/January 1981, Vol. 100, Number 6 (Saskatchewan oil; The Montagnais Indians; A sailor's life on the Great Lakes; native culture preservation, etc.)
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Publisher: Ottawa: Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 1981.
Paper bound, Vol. 100, No. 6. Tear to covers a few inches down from top of spine (easily repaired with tape) else a very good copy. 86pp. 230 grams. Note: We have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Newfoundland's famous dog: brave and devoted by Dorothy Sangster; Joe MacInnis explores the Arctic depths #1 - Lorex Expedition by Joseph MacInnis; Our scientists learn more about the Arctic #2 - Lorex Expedition by JR Weber; A sailor's life in a Great Lakes freighter by Gordon Mazur; Canada's first astronomical observatory 1750 by Kenneth Donovan; Chesterfield a pioneer photographer revealed by William James; What Saskatchewan heavy oil may do for us by Don Humphries; Trying to preserve our aboriginal cultures by Garth Taylor; The Montagnais Indians: living in two worlds by Edward Hillel; How Mickey Ryan overcame the Smith Portage by Barry Potyondi. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by David Maclellan with Enid Byford et al)  
Canadian Geographic: April/May 1981, Vol. 101, Number 2 (Alberta's Tar Sands; Great days of rail: the Royal Hudsons; Whitewater rafting Ottawa River, etc.)
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Publisher: Ottawa: Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 1981.
Paper bound, Vol. 101, No. 2. A very good or better copy. 86pp. 230 grams. Note: We have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Alberta's tar sands in the energy perspective by David Hatter; Whitewater rafting comes to the Ottawa River by DM Anderson and Bruce Rigby; Altering a river to make a kayak race course by Jean McGill; Dow Planetarium draws 200, 000 visitors a year by Jennifer Harper; Those magnificent Royal Hudson locomotives by NW Emmott; Manitoba's beautiful and bold great gray owls by Robert Nero; Canada's first Disney-style fantasyland by Dorothy Sangster; The varied 'mental maps' our students have by Lewis Robinson; And now a lighthouse for the nation's capital by Betty Baird; STOL Dash 7 conquers the toughest geography by Lydia Dotto; Fessenden and Marconi: the two great pioneers of radio and their Canadian connections by Julianne Labreche. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by David Maclellan with Enid Byford et al)  
Canadian Geographic: June/July 1981, Vol. 101, Number 3 (Oil rigs and breakwaters use novel Canadian design; The snakes of Canada; Chignecto marshes; The living Barrens, etc.)
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Publisher: Ottawa: Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 1981.
Paper bound, Vol. 101, No. 3. Fine copy. 87pp. 230 grams. Note: We have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Canada and big power geopolitics by John Harbron; 1981 Massey Medal: Raymond Thorsteinsson; The Capital City's most popular museum by Julianne Labreche; Canada's highest-placed building: 9, 600 feet up by Newton Kupelian; Chignecto marshes: bird and hay country by David Green; The living Barren Ground by David Pelly; Ocean oil-rigs use Canadian's honeycomb design by Ian Darragh; The snakes of Canada (for those who care) by Francis Cook; Toronto's grand waterfront reclamation plan by Ian Allaby. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by David Maclellan with Enid Byford et al)  
Canadian Geographic: February/March 1982, Volume 102, Number 1 (Prairie grasslands preserved in new park; Robert Legget; Boating in the North Channel; Talking to the Whales in Trinity Bay, etc.)
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Publisher: Ottawa: Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 1982.
Paper bound, Vol. 102, No. 1. Fine copy. 94pp. 255 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Prairie grasslands preserved in latest park by Wayne Lynch; Ottawa also is our high-tech capital by Keri Sweetman; Robert Legget: man of so many parts by Betty Baird; Lake Huron's North Channel: boating at its best by James Beck; The shape of our land: 12-page pictorial; China and Canada exchange science exhibitions by Dorothy Sangster; Talking to the whales in Trinity Bay by Lyn Hancock; Val d'Or enjoys its role on road to James Bay by Ian Allaby; Antarctic vs Arctic: polar contrasts by Thomas Smith. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by David Maclellan with Enid Byford et al)  
Canadian Geographic: April/May 1982, Volume 102, Number 2 (Calanus: grand lady of arctic research; Public transit getting back on the rails; Astrolabe discovered off Newfoundland, etc.)
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Publisher: Ottawa: Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 1982.
Paper bound, Vol. 102, No. 2. Fine copy. 86pp. 235 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Vancouver's False Creek: from eyesore to dynamic waterfront showcase by Mark Budgen; Public transit getting back on the rails by Ian Allaby; Astrolabe discovered off Newfoundland coast; Hordes of hopping hares: an Arctic enigma by GR Parker; Why McAdam New Brunswick has such a big railway station by David Folster; Our floral emblems by Betty Rapkins; Is easy access spoiling Yukon's old pipeline route? by Lyn Hancock; East Coast gannets on safe but crowded perch by Peter Reschke; Newfoundland outports captured in clay reliefs by Valerie Knowles; Canada's driest sunniest and mildest cities by Gordon Faye; Calanus: grand old lady of Arctic research by EH Grainger. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by David Maclellan with Enid Byford et al)  
Canadian Geographic: June/July 1982, Volume 102, Number 3 (Lighthouses of Canada; Breadalbane Project; Collecting eider eggs in Hudson Strait, etc.)
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Publisher: Ottawa: Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 1982.
Paper bound, Vol. 102, No. 3. Fine copy. 86pp. 235 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Look what's happened to Hull Quebec by George Galt; Rediscovering voyageur artist Frances Hopkins by Margaret Rand; Why the maple leaf is our national emblem by Strome Galloway; Collecting eider duck eggs in Hudson Strait by Fred Bruemmer; Lighthouses of Canada by David Baird; The lowly dandelion deserves more respect by Bernard Jackson; Legend of Mount Brown opened up the Rockies by Glenn Randall; Breadalbane Project: a progress report by Joseph MacInnis; Maritime Museum: at last a home of its own by Sue MacLeod; Massey Medal 1982: Trevor Lloyd. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by David Maclellan with Enid Byford et al)  
Canadian Geographic: August/September 1982, Volume 102, Number 4 (Niagara Escarpment protection plan; Vancouver's beautiful Stanley Park; Mortality Atlas for Canada, etc.)
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Publisher: Ottawa: Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 1982.
Paper bound, Vol. 102, No. 4. Tear to front cover a few inches down from top of spine (easily repaired with tape) else a very good copy. 86pp. 235 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: The perils of preserving the Niagara scarp by Arthur Lightbourn; Vancouver's Stanley Park by Chuck Davis; The Coppermine River: art and reality by Denis St-Onge; Retracing the Kam-Dog in northwestern Ontario by Jim Dale Huot-Vickery; Peanuts a tasty cash crop in southern Ontario by Cheryl MacDonald; Repainting the Prairies by Keith Hansen; Bats: how, why and where they hang out by MB Fenton; How Canada almost claimed Wrangel Island by Kenneth Jones; Michelin's latest guide tackles Canada by Enid Byford; This atlas displays most morbid details by Charlotte Gray. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by David Maclellan with Enid Byford et al)  
Canadian Geographic: October/November 1982, Volume 102, Number 5 (The Canadian Horse, Banks Island: Gem of the western Arctic, etc.)
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Publisher: Ottawa: Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 1982.
Paper bound, Vol. 102, No. 5. Staples starting to pull through covers else a very good copy. 94pp. 250 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: The thousands are dancing all over Canada! by Betty Baird; Canada and the world in the year 2000 by Henry Heald; The 'Canadian Horse' is our very own by Gladys Mackey Beattie; Fish, wharves, and politics by Ralph Surette; The limber pine, a most adaptable tree by Peter Truch; Banks Island: gem of the western Arctic by David Harry; Clang, clang, clang still go these trolleys by Ian Allaby; Wrecks, ruins and relics: a pictorial; When a summer job paid $12.50 a week by Lorne McDougall; ROM re-opens with dramatic new look. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by David Maclellan with Enid Byford et al)  
Canadian Geographic: December 1982/January 1983, Volume 102, Number 6 (Carnaval Quebec; Beautiful Okanagan Valley; Tumpline trek along James Bay shore; Hiking through Auyuittuq Park, etc.)
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Publisher: Ottawa: Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 1983.
Paper bound, Vol. 102, No. 6. A very good copy. 86pp. 240 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Carnaval: Quebec's delightful solution to our midwinter blues by Lewis Harris; Toronto's Danforth speaks with many tongues by Ian MacLachlan and Deborah Young; Our beautiful Okanagan by JoAnn Roe; Canada's new atlas of the world's oceans by Stanley Fillmore; Pieces from old Toronto buildings displayed in parklike setting by Jerry Amernic; Leighton Dillman, parkmaker extraordinaire by Ralph Surette; Tumpline travel along James Bay shore by James Raffan; Elixir or not, ginseng is a lucrative crop by Fergus Cronin; Hiking through Auyuittuq National Park by Mark Rosen; Moose lick, cameras click by Serge Couturier. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by David Maclellan with Enid Byford et al)  
Canadian Geographic: February/March 1983, Volume 103, Number 1 (Runaway gas wells in Alberta; Wild orchids; Young Inuit and archaeological sites; Raising U.S. Ships of 1812 War, etc.)
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Canadian Geographic (ed. by David Maclellan with Enid Byford et al)  
Canadian Geographic: June/July 1983, Volume 103, Number 3 (By kayak along Newfoundland's rugged SW coast; Calgary to Quebec: a 6000-km. paddle!; Ellesmere Island: a plea for special care; Covered bridges: a pictorial, et
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Canadian Geographic (ed. by David Maclellan with Enid Byford et al)  
Canadian Geographic: August/September 1983, Volume 103, Number 4 (Newfoundland prepares for offshore oil; Rafting Yukon's Firth River; World of the Honeybee, etc.)
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Canadian Geographic (ed. by David Maclellan with Enid Byford et al)  
Canadian Geographic: October/November 1983, Volume 103, Number 5 (Seamounts yield deep dark secrets; Bay of Fundy and its tides; When Kingston built world's mightiest ships, etc.)
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Canadian Geographic (ed. by David Maclellan with Enid Byford et al)  
Canadian Geographic: December 1983/January 1984, Volume 103, Number 6 (Churchill: polar bear capital of the world; Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park, etc.)
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Paper bound, Vol. 103, No. 6. A very good copy. 87pp. 240 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Westmount holds on by George Galt; Churchill: polar bear capital of the world by Fred Bruemmer; Canadian reveals glories of Athenian Agora by Dorothy Sangster; Alberta ferry and its Bleriot connection by Betty Baird; Our provincial and territorial legislative buildings; Space age weather forecasting by Fergus Cronin; Cliffs of Indian shrine preserve rock art by Wilfred Golbeck; Trail of iron: CPR Exposition by Jack Peach; Awash in a sea of cranberries. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by David Maclellan with Enid Byford et al)  
Canadian Geographic: December 1983/January 1984, Volume 103, Number 6 (Churchill: polar bear capital of the world; Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park, etc.)
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Paper bound, Vol. 103, No. 6. A very good copy. 87pp. 240 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Westmount holds on by George Galt; Churchill: polar bear capital of the world by Fred Bruemmer; Canadian reveals glories of Athenian Agora by Dorothy Sangster; Alberta ferry and its Bleriot connection by Betty Baird; Our provincial and territorial legislative buildings; Space age weather forecasting by Fergus Cronin; Cliffs of Indian shrine preserve rock art by Wilfred Golbeck; Trail of iron: CPR Exposition by Jack Peach; Awash in a sea of cranberries. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by David Maclellan with Enid Byford et al)  
Canadian Geographic: February/March 1984, Volume 104, Number 1 (Crowsnest Pass: drama and controversy; Nature's laboratory in a High Arctic oasis; St. Pierre et Miquelon: a quaint 'complication', etc.)
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Paper bound, Vol. 104, No. 1. Minor creasing to bottom corner of front cover else a very good or better copy. 86pp. 240 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Canada 1: our impertinent challenge for the America's Cup by Bruce Kirby; How to make our cities more livable in winter by John Royle; Crowsnest Pass: history and controversy in a stunning setting by Nicole and Elliott Bernshaw; Nature's laboratory in a High Arctic oasis by Fred Bruemmer; Canada from the air: a pictorial by JA Kraulis; St. Pierre et Miquelon: a quaint complication off Newfoundland shore by Morris Ilyniak; St-Sauveur: Plus ca change, plus c'est la meme chose by Dane Lanken; Pelicans are very much Canadian too by George Peck; Ottawa's spectacular new gallery, museum. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Ian Darragh, Eric Harris, Michael Clugston Monique Roy-Sole and Karen Twitchell et al)  
Canadian Geographic: January/February 1994, Volume 114, Number 1 (History and Biodiversity of Manitoba's Red River Valley; Rare white bears of Princess Royal Island, B.C.; Polynyas and arctic waters, etc.)
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Paper bound, Vol. 114, No. 1. Very good or better condition. 86pp. 255 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Ghosts of the rain forest: rare white bears of Princess Royal Island, British Columbia by Sid Marty and Charles Russell; Maple Leaf Gardens: Icon of Canadian Culture by Charles Wilkins and Peter Tang; The Red River Valley Manitoba's storied waterway rich in history and biodiversity by Jake MacDonald and Doug Dealey; Northern oases: Polynyas, where arctic waters teem with wildlife by Fred Bruemmer; Photo contest winners portfolio. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Ian Darragh, Eric Harris, Michael Clugston Monique Roy-Sole and Karen Twitchell et al)  
Canadian Geographic: March/April 1994, Volume 114, Number 2 (Ontario's Carolinian Forests; Trekking Labrador's Torngat Mountains, etc.)
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Paper bound, Vol. 114, No. 2. Very good or better condition. 98pp. 280 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Avalanche! Saving lives with Western Canada's avalanche-control programs by Vivien Bowers; The enchanted woodland: working to preserve what remains of Ontario's Carolinian forests by Peter Gorrie and TJ Kerr; Probing the neutrino universe: Elusive mysterious particles are investigated in Sudbury by Wayne Campbell; Trekking a forgotten land: Three adventurers push through Labrador's wild remote Torngat Mountains by John Dunn; Ravens: The bird the Haida call the trickster by Charles Wilkins. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Ian Darragh, Eric Harris, Michael Clugston Monique Roy-Sole and Karen Twitchell et al)  
Canadian Geographic: July/August 1995, Volume 115, Number 4 (Saskatchewan's Badlands; Treasures of an Arctic Artist - sketchbooks of explorer George Back; Slaves Fleeing the American South, etc.)
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Publisher: Ottawa: Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 1995.
Paper bound, Vol. 115, No. 4. Very good or better condition. 82pp. 225 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Calling Moncton: Telephone lines have replaced rail lines as the spokes radiating from The Hub of the Maritimes by Michel Cormier with Andre Gallant; Saskatchewan's badlands: a sun-scorched windswept region of boundless vistas and enduring beauty by Sahron Butala; Escape from bondage: Slaves fleeing the American South believed Canada was Canaan - The Promised Land by Don Gillmor with Grant Black; Treasures of an arctic artist: priceless records of our heritage, the sketchbooks of explorer George Back have been returned to Canada by David Pelly. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Ian Darragh, Eric Harris, Michael Clugston Monique Roy-Sole and Karen Twitchell et al)  
Canadian Geographic: November/December 1994, Volume 114, Number 6 (Inuit of northern Quebec and Eskimo Huskies; Mystery of Ontario's spectacular Ouimet Canyon; Where was Hochelaga?, etc.)
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Publisher: Ottawa: Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 1994.
Paper bound, Vol. 114, No. 6. Very good or better condition. 102pp. 265 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Home for the huskies: After an absence of decades, Eskimo huskies return to the Inuit of northern Quebec by Liane Benoit with Louis Molgat; Two Santas for Christmas: An eventful, and confusing, Noel remembered through the eyes of a four-year old boy Roch Carrier with Bernard Duschene; Roots of success: Regarded as a cure-all in Asia, ginseng has become one of British Columbia's most lucrative crops by John Schreiner with Bob Herger; A deep geological puzzle: Exactly how Ontario's spectacular Ouimet Canyon was formed remains an intriguing mystery by Charles Wilkins with Lori Kiceluk; Where was Hochelaga? Debate simmers over the location and fate of the Indian village Cartier visited in 1535 by Mark Abley with Mark Tomalty; The night the sea smashed Lord's Cave: Scientists still study the Grand Banks earthquake and tsunami of 1929: will it happen again? by Maudie Whelan; Comic relief: The witty world of cartoon maps by Jeffrey Murray. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Ian Darragh, Eric Harris, Michael Clugston Monique Roy-Sole and Karen Twitchell et al)  
Canadian Geographic: January/February 1995, Volume 115, Number 1 (The Faces of Nunavik; Prairie Oasis and The Cypress Hills; the mystery of marine mammal strandings, etc.)
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Paper bound, Vol. 115, No. 1. Very good or better condition. 90pp. 245 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: The faces of Nunavik: Profiles of seven Inuit in northern Quebec who are taking charge of their destiny by David Pelly with Hans Blohm; Blue bonanza: Wild blueberries from Nova Scotia are savoured around the world by Allan Lynch with Dan Callis; Prairie oasis: The Cypress Hills have sheltered people and wildlife for thousands of years by Sid Marty with Gordon Petersen; The fatal shore: The mystery of marine mammal strandings by Harry Thurston; Photo contest winners. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Ian Darragh, Eric Harris, Michael Clugston Monique Roy-Sole and Karen Twitchell et al)  
Canadian Geographic: March/April 1995, Volume 115, Number 2 (Aulavik National Par - A new arctic refuge; Keeping the Metis faith alive in St. Laurent, Manitoba; Adams run - world's most productive sockeye salmon run, etc
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Publisher: Ottawa: Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 1995.
ISBN: Riel and Metis Paper bound, Vol. 115, No. 2. Very good or better condition. 98pp. 255 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: A new arctic refuge: Aulavik National Park is a vast sanctuary for muskox, caribou and waterfowl by Wayne Lynch; Keeping the Metis faith alive: St. Laurent Manitoba is a focus of Metis hiistory and pride by Monique Roy-Sole with Brian Milne and Dawn Goss; Night gliders: After a 60-year absence the southern flying squirrel has been returned to Point Pelee National Park by Susan Fisher; The Adams run: The world''s most productive sockeye salmon run grows, every four years, into a massive natural spectacle by Dominique LaCasse with Graham Osborne; Save our ship! Volunteer rescuers are on call, saving lives along Canada's coasts by Stephen Kimber with Teodossi Kiriakov and Dan Callis. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Ian Darragh, Eric Harris, Michael Clugston Monique Roy-Sole and Karen Twitchell et al)  
Canadian Geographic: May/June 1995, Volume 115, Number 3 (Wood bison roam free in Manitoba's Interlake; Meteorites from the asteroid belt bombard our planet, etc.)
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Paper bound, Vol. 115, No. 3. Very good or better condition. 102pp. 250 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Visitors from space: Meteorites from the asteroid belt bombard our planet: some of them change history by Terence Dickinson; On the range again: Wood bison, North America's largest land mammal, are roaming free in Manitoba's Interlake by Barbara Huck with Brian Milne; Biter's banquet: There's a divine reason for welt season: biting flies need your blood to serve nature's purpose by Dan Schneider; Stamp it with geography: Much of our postage has a little piece of Canada on it by Louise Ellis; Cheap, nasty navy: Canada protected convoys in World War II with volunteers and rough-riding corvettes by Michael Clugston with Dan Callis. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Ian Darragh, Eric Harris, Michael Clugston, Monique Roy-Sole et al)  
Canadian Geographic: September/October 1993, Volume 113, Number 5 (New Denmark - Canada's First Danish Settlement; The How and Why of Strange Beast and Myths on Early Maps; Canada's Cranberry Capital, etc.)
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Publisher: Ottawa: Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 1993.
Paper bound, Vol. 113, No. 5. Very good or better condition. 90pp. 260 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: New Denmark: Canada's first Danish settlement by Dane Lanken and Brian Atkinson; Loud and Clear: amateur radio spans the globe by Janice Hamilton and Harold Rosenberg; Cruising to school: Gulf Islands' School Boats by Tom Koppel; Sea of cranberries: British Columbia's Fraser Valley is Canada's cranberry capital by Leslie Ellis; Minerals Magnificent by Monique Roy-Sole and Hans Blohm; Fanciful Worlds: strange beasts and myths and early maps by Jeffrey Murray. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Rick Boychuk with Eric Harris et al)  
Canadian Geographic: January/February 1999, Vol. 119, No. 1 (Nunavut: Special Report on the New Territory)
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Publisher: Vanier (ON): Canadian Geographic Enterprises, 1999.
Paper bound, Vol. 119, No. 1. As new. 225 grams. Note: We have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic Journal in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Nunavut Up and Running by Dane Lanken and Mary Vincent; Portrait of a Territory: A Poster-Map of Nunavut and Its People; On the Land and the Traditional Hunt by Robert Semeniuk; Return of the Kayak by Phil Hossack; Ice Storms etc. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Rick Boychuk with Eric Harris et al)  
Canadian Geographic: March/April 1999, Vol. 119, No. 2 (Ice-Age Sleuths; The Vision of Grey Owl)
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Publisher: Vanier (ON): Canadian Geographic Enterprises, 1999.
Paper bound, Vol. 119, No. 2. As new. 225 grams. Note: We have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic Journal in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Ice-Age Sleuths by Heather Pringle; Hunting Poachers by Pauline Comeau and Lori Kiceluk; Fields of Opportunity regarding Hemp Farming by Phil Jenkins; Peddling Pot Hemp Marijuana by Robert Semeniuk; The Vision of Grey Owl by Dane Lanken, Imaginary Landscape and the Provencher Bridge by Patrick Friesen, etc. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Rick Boychuk with Eric Harris et al)  
Canadian Geographic: July/August 1999, Vol. 119, No. 5 (Summer on the Ice Cap at Devon Island)
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Publisher: Vanier (ON): Canadian Geographic Enterprises, 1999.
Paper bound, Vol. 119, No. 5. As new. 230 grams. Note: We have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic Journal in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Summer on the Ice Cap at Devon Island by John Dunn and Sandy Briggs; The Balloon That Wouldn't Land by Brian Preston; Riders on the Storm re Tiny Shorebirds by Nancy Baron; Irish at Heart: A Quebec Village Embraces Its Celtic Roots by Pierre de Billy and Louise Bilodeau; In the Name of Science: Curious Photography from the Laboratory by Christopher Dornan, Review on Canadians and Canoes and Aboriginal Routes, etc. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Rick Boychuk with Eric Harris et al)  
Canadian Geographic: September/October 1999, Vol. 119, No. 6 (Norwegian Connection and Trans-Atlantic Sail in the High Arctic)
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Publisher: Vanier (ON): Canadian Geographic Enterprises, 1999.
Paper bound, Vol. 119, No. 6. As new. 260 grams. Note: We have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic Journal in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Sea Lions of the Deep by Paul Nicklen; Backwoods Botanist and Catherine Parr Trail by Charlotte Gray; The Norwegian Connection and Trans-Atlantic Sail in the High Arctic by Dane Lanken; Dances with Dragonflies in Maritime Bogs with Amateur Entomologist David Young; Eyes on the Skies and the Search for Asteroids by Daniel Wood, Mapping Migrations by Candace Savage, Elusive Cougars, Arctic Fossil Feud, etc. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Rick Boychuk with Eric Harris et al)  
Canadian Geographic: November/December 1999, Vol. 119, No. 7 (Last Call for Cape Breton Coal; Requiem for a Fossil Forest in the Arctic)
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Publisher: Vanier (ON): Canadian Geographic Enterprises, 1999.
Paper bound, Vol. 119, No. 7. As new. 220 grams. Note: We have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic Journal in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Last Call for Cape Breton Coal by Silver Donald Cameron and Nancy Ackerman; Requiem for a Fossil Forest in the Arctic by Ed Struzik; Vancouver Electric 50 by Mary Vincent and Peter Bennett; Pride and Prejudice: a Mountie and Sioux Warrior Chief form an unlikely friendship by Lucretia Grindle and Todd Korol, Nunavut Parks, Whale-Eating Bears, etc. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Rick Boychuk with Eric Harris et al)  
Canadian Geographic: January/February 2000, Vol. 120, No. 2 (Seal Wars; Plane Obsession and Vintage Aircraft)
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Publisher: Vanier (ON): Canadian Geographic Enterprises, 2000.
Paper bound, Vol. 120, No. 2. Minor crease to rear cover else as new. 220 grams. Note: We have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic Journal in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Water Loggers Rare Tree Wood Logging by Elizabeth Shilts and Pierre St. Jacques; Seal Wars by Ray Guy; Plane Obsession and Vintage Aircraft by Charles Mandel and Chris Schwarz; Outfoxing the Red Arctic Fox by Wayne Lynch; Canada's Ghandi; ATVs on the Trans Canada Trail, Underpainter by Jane Urquhart, Muddy Waters by Miriam Toews, etc. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Rick Boychuk with Eric Harris et al)  
Canoeing the Kesagami - Canadian Geographic: March/April 2000, Vol. 120, No. 3 (Record Snowpacks and Ill-Prepared Trekkers; Where Ancient Hunters Gathered)
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Paper bound, Vol. 120, No. 3. As new. 250 grams. Note: We have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic Journal in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Risk and Rescue: Record Snowpacks and Ill-Prepared Trekkers by Shawn Blore; In the Clouds: Reading the Clouds; Mattie Sure Shot Gunterman and British Columbia's Pioneer Mining Boom by Charlotte Gray; Where Ancient Hunters Gathered by Graham Chandler; Outbreak at the Border of Rabies by Scott Gardiner; Iceberg Arch; Reviews on Inuit Women and the Northwest Passage Revisited; Utopian's Map of Canada; Winter 17 by Patrick Lane, etc. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Rick Boychuk with Eric Harris et al)  
Canadian Geographic: May/June 2000, Vol. 120, No. 4 (Nature's Cradle: Saltry Marshes, Boreal Bogs, Soggy Swamps and Wetlands; Fold-out - Niagara Falls then and now)
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Paper bound, Vol. 120, No. 4. As new. 260 grams. Note: We have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic Journal in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Nature's Cradle: Saltry Marshes, Boreal Bogs, Soggy Swamps and Wetlands by Dane Lanken and Elizabeth Shilts; Owl Influx: Alberta Hosts a Rare Bird Reunion by Wayne Lynch; Water Works; Freshwater Supplies are Drying Up by Marq de Villiers; Green City 60: Erasing Sudbury's Industrial Gloom by David Lees and Mike Grandmaison; On the Lookout 72: Quebec's Mont-Saint-Hilaire becomes a sentinel in a nationwide environmental early-warning network by Ian Austen and Francis Lepine; Canada's Smoggiest Places, Bees for Hire; The Projectionist by Michael Helm, etc. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Rick Boychuk with Eric Harris et al)  
Canadian Geographic: 70th Anniversary Issue, Finding Our Way (2000 Annual - Finding Our Way; Maps and Cartography; Mapping Canada; Talking Maps and Satellites; etc.)
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Paper bound, Vol. 120, No. 1. As new. 310 grams. Note: We have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic Journal in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Here is Where You Are: Maps and Cartography by Alan Morantz; Mapping Canada: Exploration, Exploitation, and Nation Building; Lost Towns: Ontario Hamlets Grapple by Allen Abel and Taras Kovaliv; Carto Graphics and Map Making; Helping the Mind See: Talking Maps and Satellites and Guiding the Blind by Augusta Dwyer; Songs of the Nass Valley by Stephen Hume and Gary Fiegehen; Nature's Navigators and How Animals Find Their Way by Laurel Aziz; Plumbing the Great Lakes Beds: Marine Mapping PHantom Waterfalls by Anita Lahey and Paul Sparrow; To The End of Every River; Canada is Untouched but alll of it is Mapped by Dane Lanken; The Big Picture and The Carbon Sink by Elizabeth Shilts, etc. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Rick Boychuk with Eric Harris, Rosa Harris-Adler, Monique Roy-Sole and Karen Twitchell et al  
Canadian Geographic: November/December 1995, Volume 115, Number 6 (Baffin by Degrees: a lifetime of preparation to cross Canada's Crossing largest island)
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Paper bound, Vol. 115, No. 6. 65th Anniversary Issue. New condition. 122pp. 305 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Creation of the e-nation: The railroad may have united the country but the telegraph called a nation into being by Rosa Harris-Adler; Phone Medicine: Ailments in the outports of Newfoundland get telephone treatment by Chris Flanagan; Computer Confidants: E-mail turned a collection of strangers into a circle of friends by Tony Leighton; Baffin by Degrees: It took six months and a lifetime of preparation to cross Canada's largest island by John Dunn; Zada's Hanukkah Legacy: A vital, old storyteller piques a boy's interest in his roots by Matt Cohen with Gary Clement. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Rick Boychuk with Eric Harris, Rosa Harris-Adler, Monique Roy-Sole and Karen Twitchell et al  
Canadian Geographic: January/February 1996, Volume 116, Number 1 (Ancestral Trail: The Old Canada Road; Journey into the Earth by 600 Canadian scientists, Re-Gaeling Cape Breton with sprouting musicians, etc.)
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Paper bound, Vol. 116, No. 1. New condition. 96pp. 245 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Aerial Impressions: Landscape has a language only flyers can read by Carl Hiebert; Ancestral Trail: Hidden in the Maine woods, the Old Canada Road once carried commerce north and hope south by Peter Shawn Taylor with Mark Tomalty; Journey into the Earth: Six hundred Canadian scientists are going where no one has ever gone before by Daniel Wood; Re-Gaeling Cape Breton: Musicians sprout like wildflowers in the Island's Celtic community by Silver Donald Cameron with Dan Callis. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Rick Boychuk with Eric Harris, Rosa Harris-Adler, Monique Roy-Sole and Karen Twitchell et al  
Canadian Geographic: March/April 1996, Volume 116, Number 2 (Spirit of the Haida: Saving the totems of the Queen Charlotte Islands; Polar Opposites: Two expeditions and two ways of scaling the roof of the world, etc.)
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Paper bound, Vol. 116, No. 2. New condition. 100pp. 240 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Spirit of the Haida: Saving the totems of the Queen Charlotte Islands by Tom Koppel with Sandy MacDonald; Polar Opposites: Two expeditions and two ways of scaling the roof of the world by Gary Salewicz with artwork by David Brynaert; Code of Arms: A cannon fired nearly five centuries ago echoes in gun debates today by Merilyn Simonds; Barrens and Borders: Passing the torch to protect the Thelon's wild side by David Pelly; Swept Away: The Lemieux Landslide consumed more than just fields and trees by Dane Lanken. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Rick Boychuk with Eric Harris, Rosa Harris-Adler, Monique Roy-Sole and Karen Twitchell et al  
Canadian Geographic: May/June 1996, Volume 116, Number 3 (Boreal Forest: A visual celebration of Canada's great northern forest; Greening the St. Lawrence; Beluga Mothers' Milk and Toxic Chemicals; Nova Scotia's Blanding
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Paper bound, Vol. 116, No. 3. New condition. 110pp. 360 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Boreal Forest: A visual celebration of Canada's great northern forest by Dane Lanken; Greening the St. Lawrence: For 20 years, Daniel Green has fought to keep a waterway clean by Anne Brocklehurst with Mark Tomalty; What's in Beluga Mothers' Milk? St. Lawrence belugas are passing on to their suckling calves toxic chemicals from the river by Pierre Beland; Rethinking Green Logic: As we rally around recycling, are we ignoring what our industrious lifestyle is doing to the global landscape? by Wayne Grady with Jean Soulard; Shell Game: Nova Scotia's Blanding's turtles struggle to keep their heads above water by Harry Thurston with Wayne Barrett; Turf Wars: Once a miracle cure for the drought-ravaged Prairies, crested wheatgrass is now spreading like bad news by Don Gayton; The Twins Who Grew Giants: David and Peter Brown were eccentric recluses who shut out their disapproving neighbours by inhabiting a forest of their own design by John Portwood with Les Bazso. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Rick Boychuk with Eric Harris, Rosa Harris-Adler, Monique Roy-Sole and Karen Twitchell et al  
Canadian Geographic: September/October 1996, Volume 116, Number 5 (Treasured Islands: Iles de Mingan, uninhabited archipelago; Cretaceous Creations: Casting dinosaurs in a whole new light; Alberta's pulp and petroleum -
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Paper bound, Vol. 116, No. 5. New condition. 98pp. 255 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Yonge and Restless: From war route to sleazy strip, Yonge Street has been Toronto's centre of gravity for 200 years by Stephen Smith with Andrew Danson; Treasured Islands: An uninhabited archipelago, les Iles de Mingan are rocky contradictions - forested and treeless, barren and vegetation-rich by David Pelly with PIerre St. Jacques; Murder, He Mapped: A new cartographic technique helps police pinpoint the perpretrator by Taras Grescoe; Uneasy Peace: Wheat fed the economy of northwestern Alberta for a century. Today, it's fuelled by pulp and petroleum, but at what cost? by Myrna Kostash with Steve Simon; Cretaceous Creations: Casting dinosaurs in a whole new light by Dane Lanken with Sinforoso Resultay. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Ross W. Smith, Enid Byford, Ian Darragh and Betty Rapkins, David Maclellan et al)  
Canadian Geographic: April/May 1984, Volume 104, Number 2 (Hamilton's botanical gardens; The Bluenose: Canada's most famous ship; Pullen of the Arctic; Miramachi, etc.)
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Publisher: Ottawa: Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 1984.
Paper bound, Vol. 104, No. 2. Very good or better copy. 86pp. 240 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Royal Botanical Gardens: something for everyone on Hamilton's doorstep by Dorothy Sangster; The Bluenose: the legend endures about Canada's most famous ship by Silver Donald Cameron; Pullen of the Arctic: '84 Massey Medallist by David Maclellan; Forst Steele Heritage Park by Douglas Leighton; Old Kingston Road: a pictorial by Jennifer McKendry and Paul von Baich; Riled grandmother leads crusade to save Vancouver Island's endangered marmot by Lyn Hancock; The Miramichi: rich in resources and proud of its heritage by Steve Heckbert; 'Science North' unveiled in Sudbury by Eric Grace; Parker Ridge: a rewarding hiking experience in the Rockies by Jeff Fielding and David Lapp. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Ross W. Smith, Enid Byford, Ian Darragh and Betty Rapkins, David Maclellan et al)  
Canadian Geographic: June/July 1984, Volume 104, Number 3 (Opossum and marsupial; Exploring the Queen Charlottes; Vancouver's fancy floating homes; Dragonflies and damselflies, etc.)
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Publisher: Ottawa: Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 1984.
Paper bound, Vol. 104, No. 3. Two copies of this issue available, in very good or better condition. 90pp. 250 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Toronto's ravines: wilderness thrives inside Canada's biggest city by Richard Hall; Our own opossum and only marsupial by Wayne Lynch; Fish farming in BC: cultured salmon, oysters, clams and mussels by Vivien Bowers; Minister's Island, NB: Van Horne estate lies empty but not forgotten by Richard Wilbur; Exploring the Queen Charlottes by Richard Harrington; Vancouver's fancy floating homes by Liz Pope; Foraging for fine fish fossils at Fossil Fish Lake by Judith Wilson; Dragonflies and damselflies are so much fun to watch by Bernard Jackson; Outside, it's a modest NWT church; but wait till you see inside! by Janet Wright. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Ross W. Smith, Enid Byford, Ian Darragh and Betty Rapkins, David Maclellan et al)  
Canadian Geographic: June/July 1984, Volume 104, Number 3 (Opossum and marsupial; Exploring the Queen Charlottes; Vancouver's fancy floating homes; Dragonflies and damselflies, etc.)
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Publisher: Ottawa: Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 1984.
Paper bound, Vol. 104, No. 3. Two copies of this issue available, in very good or better condition. 90pp. 250 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Toronto's ravines: wilderness thrives inside Canada's biggest city by Richard Hall; Our own opossum and only marsupial by Wayne Lynch; Fish farming in BC: cultured salmon, oysters, clams and mussels by Vivien Bowers; Minister's Island, NB: Van Horne estate lies empty but not forgotten by Richard Wilbur; Exploring the Queen Charlottes by Richard Harrington; Vancouver's fancy floating homes by Liz Pope; Foraging for fine fish fossils at Fossil Fish Lake by Judith Wilson; Dragonflies and damselflies are so much fun to watch by Bernard Jackson; Outside, it's a modest NWT church; but wait till you see inside! by Janet Wright. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Ross W. Smith, Enid Byford, Ian Darragh and Betty Rapkins, David Maclellan et al)  
Canadian Geographic: February/March 1985, Volume 105, Number 1 (Pukaskwa by canoe; Kluane: backpacking in wildlands; Preserving our arctic oases; Marine park in the Bay of Fundy?, etc.)
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Publisher: Ottawa: Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 1985.
Paper bound, Vol. 105, No. 1. Very good or better condition. 90pp. 260 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Banff is where it all began by Douglas Leighton; Banff today: struggling with success by Douglas Leighton; Please don't cuddle wild animals by Sid Marty; Pukaskwa: exploring it by canoe by Geoffrey Peake; Kluane: backpacking in the wildlands by Gilles Seguin; Parks present and future: map; Scenes at random: a pictorial; Historic sites, canals and rivers by Betty Baird; Preserving our Arctic oases by George Scotter; A marine park in the Bay of Fundy? by Richard Wilbur. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Ross W. Smith, Enid Byford, Ian Darragh and Betty Rapkins, David Maclellan et al)  
Canadian Geographic: April/May 1985, Volume 105, Number 2 (Eberhard Zeidler, architect; Hand logging on the BC coast; Wild turkeys coming home to roost, etc.)
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Publisher: Ottawa: Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 1985.
Paper bound, Vol. 105, No. 2. Very good or better condition. 90pp. 260 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Eberhard Zeidler: an architect for better city living by Ian Allaby; Wild turkeys coming home to roost by Dorothy Sangster; Supercow: we adopted the Holstein and made her our own..and how! by Judith Wilson; Fog forests on our Atlantic coast by Mike Rosen; A peep into the world of small things by Betty Walker; Chemainus British Columbia: how a little town became an outdoor picture gallery by Bruce Obee; Hand logging on the British Columbia Coast by Keith Keller; Corralling carp on the Qu'Appelle by Doug Elsasser; The professor's weed patch by Timothy Palmer-Benson; Red squirrels: small but sassy by Don Meredith. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographic (ed. by Ross W. Smith, Enid Byford, Ian Darragh and Betty Rapkins, David Maclellan et al)  
Canadian Geographic: June/July 1985, Volume 105, Number 3 (Fate of world's largest caribou herd; Ukrainian Festival, Dauphin Manitoba; Cleland Island ecological reserve, etc.)
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Publisher: Ottawa: Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 1985.
Paper bound, Vol. 105, No. 3. Very good or better condition. 90pp. 260 grams. Note: we have over 200 issues of Canadian Geographic in stock; contact us directly for your orders! This issue includes: Outport resettlement 20 years later: wounds have healed, bitterness lingers by Peter Gard; First you plant a tree, then another by Tom Koppel; Fate of world's largest caribou herd mired in Quebec-Labrador border dispute by Lawrence Jackson; Divvying up the fish: Georges Bank ruling leaves tangled aftermath by Ralph Surette; Ukrainian Festival, Dauphin Manitoba; Cleland Island ecological reserve: a special place specially protected by Martin Ross; Canadian astronomers probing space for clues to origin of universe by Charles Wyatt; Helping the eels over the dam by Dane Larken. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographical Society  
Canadian Geographical Journal: May 1930, Vol. I, No. 1
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Publisher: Ottawa: Canadian Geographical Society, 1930.
Paper bound, the very first issue of May, 1930 (vol. 1, no. 1 with an article by Frederick Banting). Short tear to bottom spine and small abrasion to front cover underneath the issue number at top right, else a very good copy. 290 grams. Contributions include Alan Longstaff on Canada's Viceroy in the West Indies; With the Arctic Patrol by Dr. F.G. Banting (the Frederick Grant Banting); Some Canadian Birds by P.A. Taverner; Old Mill at Vercheres by Philip Kieran; The Canadian Geographical Society by Dr. Charles Camsell; In the Heart of Asia by Sir Francis Younghusband; The Camera Takes to the Air by Arnold H. Sandwell; A Word of Cheer by Sir Esme Howard; The Inaugural Meeting; A Metagama Shack by Lady Kitty Ritson; Arctic Wild Flowers by A.E. Porsild; and Titled Farmers by Cecil W. Lane. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographical Society  
Canadian Geographical Journal: April 1931, Vol. II, No. 4
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Publisher: Ottawa: Canadian Geographical Society, 1931.
Paper bound, Volume II, No. 4. Very good condition. 250 grams. Contributions include The Mormons in Canada by Donald Buchanan; The Pageantry of Perce by Alice Wetherell; Port of Vancouver by Tom Macinnes; The Gravel River Indians by Frank Ebbutt; and Romance of Teak by L.H. Baker. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographical Society  
Canadian Geographical Journal: September 1932, Vol. V, No. 3
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Publisher: Ottawa: Canadian Geographical Society, 1932.
Paper bound, Volume V, No. 3. Very good condition. 170 grams. Feature contributions include Ontario's Route to the Sea by Arthur Cole; Island of Orleans by Marius Barbeau; and Seeing Peru by Plane by Gertrude Baskin. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographical Society  
Canadian Geographical Journal: January 1935, Vol. X, No. 1
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Publisher: Ottawa: Canadian Geographical Society, 1935.
Paper bound, Volume X, No. 1. Very good condition. 165 grams. Feature contributions include Glimpses of the Saar by H.A. Bauer; Up the Stikine to the Cassiar by William Castle; The Haunts of Blackbeard by Ethel Kirk Grayson; The Shickshocks of Gaspe by John Demille; and Old Mills of the Loyalists by A.M. Going. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographical Society  
Canadian Geographical Journal: June 1935, Vol. X, No. 6
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Publisher: Ottawa: Canadian Geographical Society, 1935.
Paper bound, Volume X, No. 6. Minute tear to side edge else in very good condition. 150 grams. Feature contributions include Fifty Years Ago: Sketches of the North West Rebellion of 1885 by Charles Jefferys; Some Ancient Abbeys of England by Mary Puxley; Canada's Northernmost Island by Wilfrid Eggleston; and Where the East Begins by Emily Kendall Wheeldon. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographical Society  
Canadian Geographical Journal: August 1935, Vol. XI, No. 2
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Publisher: Ottawa: Canadian Geographical Society, 1935.
Paper bound, Vol. XI, No. 2. Very good condition. 150 grams. Feature contributions include Memories of '85 by Howard Angus Kennedy; The Lure of Dalmatia by W. Harvey-Jellie; Grand Pre of the Acadians by Berton Robinson; Craftsmen of the Stream by H.U. Green; and Through Central Peru by A.V. Coverley-Price. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographical Society  
Canadian Geographical Journal: October 1935, Vol. XI, No. 4
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Publisher: Ottawa: Canadian Geographical Society, 1935.
Paper bound, Vol. XI, No. 4. Very good condition. 140 grams. Feature contributions include A Visit to Colombia by A.P. Coleman; Among the Redjangs of Sumatra by W.H. Beak; Laurentian Wood Carvers by Marius Barbeau; Botanic Gardens by H.T. Gussow; Barrington by Sara Knowles Doane along with Geography of World Events in Memel, Suez Canal and Ethiopia. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographical Society  
Canadian Geographical Journal: April 1936, Vol. XII, No. 4
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Publisher: Ottawa: Canadian Geographical Society, 1936.
Paper bound, Vol. XII, No. 4. Very good condition. 150 grams. Feature contributions include A Spring Holiday in Algonquin by Stuart Thompson; The Diamond Mountains of Korea by Katie Scott; An Artist in the Maritimes by Florentine Hayden; Isle Aux Coudres by Marius Barbeau; Two Centuries in Oka by Charles Tupper; and Sandhills of Houghton by W.A. Gordon; and ending with Geography of World Events section on The Perilous Rhineland. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographical Society  
Canadian Geographical Journal: August 1936, Vol. XIII, No. 4
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Publisher: Ottawa: Canadian Geographical Society, 1936.
Paper bound, Vol. XIII, No. 4. Very good condition. 210 grams. Feature contributions include Vimy 1917-1936 by James Spence; Canada's Geological Survey by Ralph Purser; The Atlantic Salmon of Canada by J.J. Cowie; Hidden Island by Willard Price; Loitering Along Lake Ontario by Howe Martin. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographical Society  
Canadian Geographical Journal: November 1936, Vol. XIII, No. 7
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Publisher: Ottawa: Canadian Geographical Society, 1936.
Paper bound, Vol. XIII, No. 7. Very good condition. 210 grams. Feature contributions include An Eleven Thousand Mile Inspection Trip by James Macbrien; The Basques by Rodney Gallop; Young Canada Goes Exploring by Nicholas Ignatieff; Brownsburg by Clifford Wilson; Canada's Senior Service by Fergus Grant. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographical Society  
Canadian Geographical Journal: December 1936, Vol. XIII, No. 8
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Publisher: Ottawa: Canadian Geographical Society, 1936.
Paper bound, Vol. XIII, No. 8. Very good condition. 290 grams. Feature contributions include The Vimy Pilgrimage 1900-1936 by Philip Turner; Canada Western Province, British Columbia by W.Y. Williams; Index Volume. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographical Journal: April 1937, Vol. XIV, No. 4
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Publisher: Ottawa: Canadian Geographical Society, 1937.
Paper bound, Vol. XIV, No. 4. Very good condition. 225 grams. Feature contributions include Filming Rural French Canada by Richard Finnie; Canada's Motor Car Industry by J.L. Stewart; Four-Footed Trailside Friends of the Rockies by Hamilton Laing; Thermal New Zealand by C.T. Harris. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographical Journal: May 1937, Vol. XIV, No. 5
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Publisher: Ottawa: Canadian Geographical Society, 1937.
Paper bound, Vol. XIV, No. 5. Very good condition. 225 grams. Feature contributions include Trailing Birds in the Park Country by W.W. Coleman and Francis Wilson; The Noranda Mine by R.C. Rowe; The Torngats of Labrador by A.P. Coleman; Island of Marken by James Ferguson; The Structural Basis of Canadian Geography by Griffith Taylor. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographical Journal: June 1937, Vol. XIV, No. 6
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Publisher: Ottawa: Canadian Geographical Society, 1937.
Paper bound, Vol. XIV, No. 6. Very good condition. 200 grams. Feature contributions include Lure of the Sea Provinces by Lloyd Roberts; Canada's Mountain Playgrounds by Robert Stead; Flying Club Training in Canada by George Ross; Dynamite by GCD Stanley; Oshima Retains Natural Charms by Camellia Japonica; Arctic Valedictory by Rev. H.R. Rokeby-Thomas; The Canadian Exiles 1837-1937 by B.E. Kruse. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographical Journal: July 1937, Vol. XV, No. 1

Publisher: Ottawa: Canadian Geographical Society, 1937.
Paper bound, Vol. XV, No. 1. Minor abrasion top corner of front cover else in very good condition. 210 grams. Feature contributions include The Coronation: Some Impressions of a Canadian; Algonquin Calling by Lloyd Roberts; The Story of Dairying in Canada by J.A. Ruddick. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographical Journal: July 1937, Vol. XV, No. 1
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Publisher: Ottawa: Canadian Geographical Society, 1937.
Paper bound, Vol. XV, No. 1. Very good condition. 210 grams. Two copies of this issue available. Feature contributions include The Coronation: Some Impressions of a Canadian; Algonquin Calling by Lloyd Roberts; The Story of Dairying in Canada by J.A. Ruddick. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographical Journal: November 1937, Vol. XV, No. 5
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Publisher: Ottawa: Canadian Geographical Society, 1937.
Paper bound, Vol. XV, No. 5. Very good condition. 195 grams. Feature contributions include The Lumber Industry in Canada by Roland Craig; Life Insurance in Canada by WA Willison; The State of Florida by Claude Pepper. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographical Journal: January 1938, Vol. XVI, No. 1
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Publisher: Ottawa: Canadian Geographical Society, 1938.
Paper bound, Vol. XVI, No. 1. Very good condition. 200 grams. Feature contributions include From Sea to Sea by Lawrence Burpee; Rattlesnakes in Alberta by Loris Russell; The Seven Mountains by Stewart Macnutt; General John Hale Portrait by AM Going. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographical Journal: February 1938, Vol. XVI, No. 2
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Publisher: Ottawa: Canadian Geographical Society, 1938.
Paper bound, Vol. XVI, No. 2. Very good condition. 205 grams. Feature contributions include Playgrounds of the Prairies by Robert Stead; ThePetroleum Industry of Canada by Walter Francis; Cruising for Ballads in Nova Scotia by William Doerflinger; The Cheese Market of Alkmaar by JC Mills. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Canadian Geographical Journal: April 1938, Vol. XVI, No. 4
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Publisher: Ottawa: Canadian Geographical Society, 1938.
Paper bound, Vol. XVI, No. 4. Very good condition. 220 grams. Feature contributions include King's Highways of Ontario by RM Smith; A Day in Paris by Richard and Alyce Finnie; The Golden North, Labrador and North Shore by Leo Cox. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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