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This Land Is Not For Sale - McCullum, Hugh and Karmel
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Leipzig: Tauchnitz, 1929. Softcover. Very Good. Printed wrappers. Collection of British and American Authors, Vol. 2212. No date but listing of most recent Tauchnitz Editions on rear wrap dated December, 1929. Very good, somewhat cocked and with a crease to the somewhat darkened spine strip; crease to the rear cover. Collection of 11 of Poe's most famous tales including The Gold-Bug, Murders in the Rue Morgue, Ligeia, The Black Cat and others., Tauchnitz, 1929, London: Elkin Matthews and Marrot, 1928 Limited edition of 500 numbered copies. Signed by Armstrong on the limitation page. Publisher's pictorial pale slate blue boards, with illustrations to the boards of crosshatched flourishes by the unidentified artist "J.G.P." in magenta, pictorial endpapers with the same illustrations in magenta; in the publisher's pictorial pale slate blue dust jacket, illustrated after the binding. Near fine, with very light wear to the spine ends, minor offsetting to the free endpapers, else fine; unclipped dust jacket, with light toning to the spine, short closed tears to spine and panel edges. Overall, a clean and attractive copy. Portrait of the Misses Harlowe is a short story published as the fourth installation of Elkin Mathew's Woburn Books series. The Woburn Books, complete in 18 volumes, consisted of short fiction published in limited editions of 500 signed and numbered copies for sale, as well as 30 additional copies for presentation. Portrait of the Misses Harlowe is Armstrong's tale of Emily and Letitia Harlowe, half-sisters with a twenty year difference in age, as they cope with the recent death of their father, Sir Edward Harlowe.. Signed by Author. Limited. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Dust Jacket Included., London: Elkin Matthews and Marrot, 1928, Toronto: The Anglican Book Centre Light Creasing on Front, Rear Covers; Front, Rear Covers, Spine Lightly Chipped; Edges Lightly Soiled. SUB-TITLE: Canada's Original People and Their Land; A Saga of Neglect, Exploitation, and Conflict. CONTENTS: Introduction 1 The Land (A Century of Unfinished Business) 2 Energy (Our Most Non-Renewable, Non-Returnable Throw-a-Way Product) 3 The Mushroom Society (Paternalism, Colonialism, and the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development) 4 Beads and Blankets (A Look at Two Modern-Day Settlements in James Bay and Alaska) 5 The Yukon (Together Today for Our Children Tomorrow and a Growing White Backlash) 6 Northern Manitoba (The Saga of How the Manitoba Government and its Crown Corporation Betrayed the Native People) 7 Northwest British Columbia (Where Violence may be the Only Way to Make Things Change) 8 The Northwest Territories (Where Land is More Important than Money) 9 The Churches (From the Paternalism of Yesterday to the Liberation of Today) 10 Alternatives (A Search for New Policies of Northern Development). ABOUT THE AUTHORS: Karmel Taylor McCullum was born and educated at a "widening of the road" near Antigonish, N.S., called Afton. She practiced her first career, nursing, in Pennsylvania, Ontario and Nova Scotia. Always interested in writing, she published short stories and poetry before collaborating with her husband in This Land Is Not For Sale. Her interest in the North and its peoples and the research for their book and background papers has taken her into the Northwest Territories, Northern Manitoba, Alberta and Quebec, as well as many other parts of Canada. Hugh McCullum was raised in the Yukon and has been a journalist for most of his adult life with newspapers in Montreal, Toronto, Kingston and Regina. Most recently, he was editor of Canadian Churchman, national monthly of the Anglican Church of Canada for the past eight years. His knowledge and love for the North is deep and in the course of his writing, has visited almost every settlement in the Arctic. He has been widely published in Canadian journals and has travelled extensively throughout the world. While living in Toronto, the McCullums spend a considerable amount of their time in the North and are presently a project team of the Anglican, United and Roman Catholic churches on Northern development. EXCERPT: FOREWORD . . . I am convinced that this book deals with two interlocking concerns which constitute focal issues for Canada at this time. These are the pattern for Northern development which we adopt, and the way in which we respond to the aboriginal rights of Canada's Native peoples, particularly to land claims. The authors of this book, Hugh and Karmel McCullum, have researched a number of concrete situations in Canada where these issues are confronting different federal government departments, different provinces and territories, and a variety of corporations and tribal groups, and for the first time have brought the findings together into one publication. Because of their common conviction that the issues are of vital concern, six churches in Canada - namely the Anglican, Lutheran, Mennonite, Presbyterian, Roman Catholic, and United Churches - have supported this undertaking. Whereas they do not necessarily endorse all the opinions expressed by the authors, they are convinced that the issues being dealt with need to be better understood by Canadians, and believe that the information provided in the book will be a valuable contribution in promoting deeper understanding of the complexity of the decisions to be made, and will facilitate greater citizen involvement in policy making. They are grateful to the authors for undertaking both the research and the writing, and hope that the publication will have a wide circulation. - Edward W. Scott, Primate, The Anglican Church of Canada.. Trade Paperback. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., The Anglican Book Centre

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Toronto: The Anglican Book Centre Light Creasing on Front, Rear Covers; Front, Rear Covers, Spine Lightly Chipped; Edges Lightly Soiled. SUB-TITLE: Canada's Original People and Their Land; A Saga of Neglect, Exploitation, and Conflict. CONTENTS: Introduction 1 The Land (A Century of Unfinished Business) 2 Energy (Our Most Non-Renewable, Non-Returnable Throw-a-Way Product) 3 The Mushroom Society (Paternalism, Colonialism, and the Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development) 4 Beads and Blankets (A Look at Two Modern-Day Settlements in James Bay and Alaska) 5 The Yukon (Together Today for Our Children Tomorrow and a Growing White Backlash) 6 Northern Manitoba (The Saga of How the Manitoba Government and its Crown Corporation Betrayed the Native People) 7 Northwest British Columbia (Where Violence may be the Only Way to Make Things Change) 8 The Northwest Territories (Where Land is More Important than Money) 9 The Churches (From the Paternalism of Yesterday to the Liberation of Today) 10 Alternatives (A Search for New Policies of Northern Development). ABOUT THE AUTHORS: Karmel Taylor McCullum was born and educated at a "widening of the road" near Antigonish, N.S., called Afton. She practiced her first career, nursing, in Pennsylvania, Ontario and Nova Scotia. Always interested in writing, she published short stories and poetry before collaborating with her husband in This Land Is Not For Sale. Her interest in the North and its peoples and the research for their book and background papers has taken her into the Northwest Territories, Northern Manitoba, Alberta and Quebec, as well as many other parts of Canada. Hugh McCullum was raised in the Yukon and has been a journalist for most of his adult life with newspapers in Montreal, Toronto, Kingston and Regina. Most recently, he was editor of Canadian Churchman, national monthly of the Anglican Church of Canada for the past eight years. His knowledge and love for the North is deep and in the course of his writing, has visited almost every settlement in the Arctic. He has been widely published in Canadian journals and has travelled extensively throughout the world. While living in Toronto, the McCullums spend a considerable amount of their time in the North and are presently a project team of the Anglican, United and Roman Catholic churches on Northern development. EXCERPT: FOREWORD . . . I am convinced that this book deals with two interlocking concerns which constitute focal issues for Canada at this time. These are the pattern for Northern development which we adopt, and the way in which we respond to the aboriginal rights of Canada's Native peoples, particularly to land claims. The authors of this book, Hugh and Karmel McCullum, have researched a number of concrete situations in Canada where these issues are confronting different federal government departments, different provinces and territories, and a variety of corporations and tribal groups, and for the first time have brought the findings together into one publication. Because of their common conviction that the issues are of vital concern, six churches in Canada - namely the Anglican, Lutheran, Mennonite, Presbyterian, Roman Catholic, and United Churches - have supported this undertaking. Whereas they do not necessarily endorse all the opinions expressed by the authors, they are convinced that the issues being dealt with need to be better understood by Canadians, and believe that the information provided in the book will be a valuable contribution in promoting deeper understanding of the complexity of the decisions to be made, and will facilitate greater citizen involvement in policy making. They are grateful to the authors for undertaking both the research and the writing, and hope that the publication will have a wide circulation. - Edward W. Scott, Primate, The Anglican Church of Canada.. Trade Paperback. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., The Anglican Book Centre

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This land is not for sale: Canadas original people and their land : a saga of neglect, exploitation, and conflict
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Hugh McCullum

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This land is not for sale: Canadas original people and their land : a saga of neglect, exploitation, and conflict

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9780919030107

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780919030107
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0919030106
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Publishing year: 1975
Publisher: The Anglican Book Centre

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