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Daylight in the Swamp: Memoirs of Selwyn Dewdney

by A.K. Dewdney

Daylight in the Swamp is the bush memoirs of Selwyn Dewdney, a noted Canadian artist and recorder of aboriginal rock art.

The Capital Years: Niagara-on-the-Lake 1792-1796

by Nancy Butler, Richard D. Merritt & Michael Power

A detailed look at how the people of the Niagara area lived 200 years ago.

Second to None: The Fighting 58th Battalion of the Canadian Expeditionary Force

by Kevin R. Shackleton

The story of the Fighting 58th, one of 50 infantry battalions to see action with the Canadian Expeditionary Force during the First World War.

Stardust and Shadows: Canadians in Early Hollywood

by Charles Foster

A Hollywood insider brings together the stories of 18 Canadians who were celebrities during Hollywoods formative years.

To Go Upon Discovery: James Cook and Canada, from 1758 to 1779

by Victor Suthren

This biography begins with Cook's arrival in Canada in 1758 and ends with his appointment to take the Endeavour to the South Pacific.

Pearson's Prize

by John Melady

In fall 1956, Canada's Lester B. Pearson brought the world back from the brink of war, for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace.

One Shot One Kill: One Shot One Kill

by Charles W. Sasser & Craig Roberts

They are the lone wolves of the battlefield. Tracking the enemy, lying in wait for the target to appear -- then they shoot to kill. Armed with an unerring eye, infinite patience and a mastery of camouflage,...

Broken Shackles: Old Man Henson From Slavery to Freedom

by Peter Meyler

First published in 1889 under a pseudonym, this unique book documents the flight to Canada from the perspective of a fugitive slave from Maryland.

William Wye Smith: Recollections of a Nineteenth Century Scottish Canadian

by Scott A. McLean & Michael E. Vance

William Wye Smith, Upper Canadian poet and publisher, provided his unique perspective on pioneer life in this compilation of anecdotes from his experiences.

Operation Cobra and the Great Offensive: Sixty Days That Changed the Course of World War II

by Bill Yenne


Shortly after the D-Day invasion, the Allied forces in Europe had stalled. A limited operation was set in motion to punch a small hole in the enemy defenses, starting on July 25, 1944....

Out of the Shadows: Canada in the Second World War

by Brereton Greenhous & W.A.B. Douglas

This new edition of the highly regarded work includes recent research on the topic of radio intelligence and cryptography.

Changing Lives: Women and the Northern Ontario Experience

by Margaret Kechnie & Marge Reitsma-Street

An examination of the lives of women who influenced, and were influenced by, northern Ontario.

Call in Pinkerton's: American Detectives at Work for Canada

by David Ricardo Williams

Call in Pinkerton's is the history of the agency's work on behalf of Canadian governments and police forces.

Fraud of the Century: Rutherford B. Hayes, Samuel Tilden, and the Stolen Election of 1876

by Roy Jr. Morris

In this major work of popular history and scholarship, acclaimed historian and biographer Roy Morris, Jr., tells the extraordinary story of how, in America's centennial year, the presidency was stolen, the Civil...

Warrior Chiefs: Perspectives on Senior Canadian Military Leaders

by Bernd Horn & Stephen Harris

The first book in a two-part series that examines the unique Canadian experience and outlook in regard to generalship and the art of the admiral.

Oak Island Obsession: The Restall Story

by Lee Lamb

For nearly six years the Restall family lived on Oak Island digging for the treasure of the infamous Money Pit. In 1965 their quest ended in tragedy.

Waking Nanabijou: Uncovering a Secret Past

by Sr., Jim Poling

Upon his mothers death, veteran journalist Jim Poling discovers papers that lead him to question her identity. A search that began in anger concludes with understanding.

The Legacy of John Waldie and Sons: A History of the Victoria Harbour Lumber Company

by Kenneth A. Armson & Marjorie McLeod

The story of John Waldie, "the second largest lumber operator in Canada," provides insights into the world of the lumber barons and the impact of the industry on Ontario forests.

Mrs. Simcoe's Diary

by Elizabeth Posthuma Simcoe & Mary Quayle Innis

Elizabeth Simcoes diary, describing Canada from 1791 to 1796, is history written as it was being made an account instilled with excitement and delight.

Red Coats & Grey Jackets: The Battle of Chippawa, 5 July 1814

by Donald E. Graves

The author discusses the personalities and analyzes the organization and tactics of the opposing forces in this well-documented account.