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  • J.L. Ilsley: A Political Biography

    This biography of J. L. Ilsley offers a new vantage point on Mackenzie King’s Liberal government during the Second World War and a portrait of a fiscal conservative who opened the floodgates of spending while clamping down on profiteering and the rich.

    $27.95, Paperback
  • Alexander Graham Bell

    The world of communications was forever changed by his invention of the telephone, but that's not all Alexander Graham Bell put his mind to
    $7.99, Digital (ePub)
  • Billy Bishop

    Now an illustrated biography of Canada's great flying ace
    $16.95, Paperback
  • A Halifax Boyhood

    Images and memories of growing up in the wonderful new world of big cars, suburbs and drive-in restaurants
    $24.95, Paperback
  • Titanic Lives

    Be it nursemaid, cabaret dancer or ex-soldier, Rob Rondeau weaves together the unique and compelling stories of ten people sharing one common thread -- they were all on board the Titanic, destination Canada.
    $19.95, Paperback
  • Captain James Cook in Atlantic Canada

    A fascinating account of the famous Captain James Cook and the formative years he spent learning navigation, map-making and naval command during turbulent years in Atlantic Canada
    $24.95, Paperback
  • Pirates of the Atlantic

    The reality beyond the myths and stories about pirates operating off the Canadian coast.

    $19.95, Paperback
  • The Bell Family in Baddeck

    A warm and inviting picture-album look at the life and work of Mabel and Alexander Graham Bell during their years in Nova Scotia.
    $19.95, Paperback
  • Crowfoot

    Crowfoot, a Blood Indian who became chief of the Blackfoot Nation, was a great warrior and peacemaker during the time of settlement of the Canadian West.
    $24.95, Paperback
  • Sons and Seals

    One spring day Guy Wright got a berth on a ship bound for the world's most controversial hunt - the Newfoundland seal hunt. He went "to the ice" with 32 other men on the small, cramped M. V. Hector - the first writer to do so in 50 years.
    $9.95, Paperback
  • Deemed Suspect

    In the spring of 1940, Eric Koch was a law student in London. Four months later, he was a prisoner in Quebec, arrested as an enemy alien by the British government and sent to a prison camp in Canada.
    $9.95, Paperback
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    Tomorrow Is School

    When the people of Toberly Bay, Newfoundland first saw a blue Saab with B.C. plates and two city people in it driving down their main street, they didn't know what to make of it.
    $9.95, Paperback
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    Boys, Bombs and Brussels Sprouts

    Doug Harvey was just twenty when he went to Britain to fly bombers night after night over Germany. Like hundreds of other young Canadians, he discovered love, sex, fighting, dying, booze and European living - all at once.

    $9.95, Paperback
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