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Grassroots Artisans: Walter Stansell, Dan Sarazin, Henry Taylor

by Barry Lloyd Penhale

Walter Stansell of Straffordville, Dan Sarazin of Golden Lake, and Henry Taylor of Bancroft did what they had to do to preserve some of Canadas rural history.


Treasures Of Canada

by Alan Samuel & John De Visser

This tome is an extensive record of Canadas treasures including art, architecture, historical sites, and spots of natural beauty.


Pearls and Pebbles

by Catharine Parr Traill & Elizabeth Thompson

An unusual book with a lasting charm, with a broad focus ranging from observations on the natural environment to the early settlement of Upper Canada.


Travels in the Shining Island: The Story of James Evans and the Invention of the Cree Syllabary Alphabet

by Roger Burford Mason

A chronicle of the life of Methodist missionary James Evans (1801-1846), who created a Cree alphabet still in use today.


Tales from the Great Lakes: Based on C.H.J. Snider's "Schooner days"

by Robert B. Townsend

Coupled with C.H.J. Snider's writings are those of Robert B. Townsend, who, besides introducing Snider's stories, adds some of his own about the "Schooner Days" on the Great Lakes.


Constabulary: The Rise of Police Institutions in Britain, the Commonwealth and the United States

by Hereward Senior

A comparative study of law enforcement agencies with a Common Law tradition.


Escaping Hell: The story of a Polish underground officer in Auschwitz and Buchenwald

by Kon Pierkarski

Escaping Hell is the compelling and true story of a heroic young Polish officer who survived the terror of five years in the prisons of Auschwitz and Buchenwald.


Family Secrets: Crossing the Colour Line

by Catherine Slaney & Daniel G. Hill III

A chance encounter led Catherine Slaney to investigate her family genealogy and revealed her great-grandfather, Dr. A.R. Abbott, Canada's first African-Canadian doctor.


Vanished Villages of Middlesex

by Jennifer Grainger

Once home to over 60 flourishing villages, Middlesex County, in the heart of southwestern Ontario, has a rich settlement history.


1000 Questions About Canada: Places, People, Things and Ideas, A Question-and-Answer Book on Canadian Facts and Culture

by John Robert Colombo

Is the dollar bill still legal tender? Who were the Symphony Six? What is the monkey-in-a-hat stamp? These are some of the questions answered within.


The Sea Has No End: The Life of Louis-Antoine de Bougainville

by Victor Suthren

Soldier, sailor, adventurer, and philosopher, Louis-Antoine de Bougainville was a French officer whose remarkable career took him from the boudoirs of Paris to the flintlock battlefields of North America and...


Intrepid Warriors: Perspectives on Canadian Military Leaders

by Bernd Horn

Intrepid Warriors takes a look at a number of Canadas finest military commanders and leaders, offering insights into different leadership approaches, and reinforcing the importance of strong military leaders...


Historical Distillates: Chemistry at the University of Toronto since 1843

by Adrian G. Brook & W.A.E. (Peter) McBryde

Historical Distillates examines the history of the Chemistry Department at the University of Toronto, describing important events and triumphs through the years.


Syllables of Recorded Time: The Story of the Canadian Authors Association 1921-1981

by Lyn Harrington

Syllables of Recorded Time is a lively look at the development over the last six decades of a national authors' association, with all its problems and foibles.


Toronto Sketches 5: The Way We Were

by Mike Filey

These are collections of Mike Filey's best work from his popular and long-running Toronto Sun column, "The Way We Were."


Whisky and Ice: The Saga of Ben Kerr, Canada's Most Daring Rumrunner

by C.W. Hunt

During the 1920s, Ben Kerr was known as the "King of the Rumrunners" and was put at the top of the most wanted list by the U.S. Coast Guard.


A Deep Sense of Wrong: The Treason, Trials and Transportation to New South Wales of Lower Canadian Rebels

by Beverley Boissery

Shows the degradation of prison life and the triumph of the human spirit over overwhelming odds.


Edward James Lennox: "Builder of Toronto"

by Marilyn M. Litvak

"Concise, informative and well-illustrated, this short volume speaks reams about a career that included Toronto's first millennial project (Old City Hall), a castle (Casa Loma), as well as the massive generating...


When We Both Got to Heaven: James Atkey Among the Anishnabek at Colpoy's Bay

by Mel Atkey & Rev. Maggie McLeod

James Atkey (18051868) arrived on the shores of Georgian Bay at the time of treaty negotiations between the First Nations people of the area and the colonial government.


Toronto Sketches 6: The Way We Were

by Mike Filey

These are collections of Mike Filey's best work from his popular and long-running Toronto Sun column, "The Way We Were."