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Publisher: Chief Geographer's Office, circa 1920's. .: .
Seller ID: 36819
Condition: Very good
- A large 35 inch high by 39-1/2 inch wide partially colored folding map of Northern Alberta from a little South of Athabasca through the Caribou Mountains and up beyond Fort Smith near the top. Predominently black and white with bodies of water colored in green & points of interest in sienna, the whole within a sienna ruled frame. The map, compiled and engraved at the Chief Geographer's Office, is produced on a scale of 1:792,000 or 12-1/2 miles to 1 inch. The area at left of the sienna ruled border is identified as the "Peace River Block / 3,500,000 acres conveyed by the Province of British ... View more info
By: (David, Joe).
Publisher: Montreal, QC: Collective Opposed to Police Brutality, 2002.: 2002.
Seller ID: 94998
- Octavo, 8-1/2 inches high by 5-1/2 inches wide. Softcover, bound in stapled pink wraps titled and illustrated in black on the front cover. 44 pages. Fine. An account of the Mohawk artist Joe David's involvement as a warrior in the 1990 Oka Crisis which pitted the inhabitants of Kanehsatake against the Quebec Provincial Police and subsequently against the Canadian army. For 78 days, Mohawk warriors occupied the Pines, ancestral land which were destined to be cut down for a golf course expansion and construction of a parking lot. A police officer was killed during the initial stand off when po... View more info
Publisher: (Pacific Great Eastern Railway), 1922.: 1922.
Seller ID: 36818
- A large 54 inch high by 29-1/2 inch wide map on a scale of 12-1/2 miles to 1 inch printed in blue on heavy cream stock. "Prince George", located near the top of the map, was called "Fort George" when the map was first published in 1915. It's name was changed in that same year and, though the location is indicated as Prince George on the map, the map itself was still titled "Fort George to Vancouver" in this 1922 revised edition. The railroad's path is indicated by a continuous heavy blue line, broken up in a couple of locations by a dotted line indicating where the tracks have not yet been c... View more info