Brunswick, North Carolina: 15 June 1768. THE FIRST PROFESSIONAL THEATRICAL GROUP TO PERFORM IN CANADA. Tryon’s letter to... Read More about Autograph Letter, Signed, to Governor Ward
Boston: L.C. Page, 1910. First Edition. The third book by Montgomery. It is a reworking of a serial called "Una of the Garden," about a mute girl who miraculously gains the power of speech. It was published in April of 1910. Read More about Kilmeny of the Orchard
New York: Privately Printed, 1953. First edition. A Morgan's Recollections of a Noted Sporting Club. Long Point, Ontario, is a twenty-two mile land formation jutting into Lake Erie; it is one of the greatest duck marshes in the world and home to this exclusive sporting club. The Long Point Company..... Read More about Further Recollections of Long Point
Harrisonburg, [Virginia]: J.H. Wartmann and Brothers, 1849. First Edition. Read More about Sketches on a Tour through the Northern and Eastern States, the Canadas & Nova Scotia
Augsburg: Tobias Conrad Lotter, 1777. This map is Lotter's German edition of Sauthier's map of 1776 done by William Faden. Read More about A Map of The Provinces of New-York and New Jersey, with Part of Quebec
Whitehorse, Y[ukon] T[erritory]: (Printed in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada by the Hamly Press Ltd. and published in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory by the author and artist), 1945. First edition [copyright page states: "First Yukon Edition"]. PUBLISHED IN YUKON TERRITORY; ILLUS. BY WILLIAM BARNETT. Inscribed by Charles Norman on the front flyleaf, "For..... Read More about NORTHWEST. 'This is an outpost of the land.' Poems. Drawings by William Barnett
[Cambridge, Mass]: Privately printed by Charles B. Wood III [at the Ascensius Press], 2006. First edition, large paper issue, Number XI of 25 numbered copies printed on handmade Velké Losiny Prague paper, specially bound. Deluxe Issue, with Hand-Tied Fly. Account of how O’Brien, for many years the chairman of the..... Read More about A Monster Salmon from the Fishing Log of …
Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons, 1855. First edition. Read More about Minnesota and the Far West
Galesburg, Illinois: Bates & Nead. Read More about Our Private Car Party to Cobalt, Ontario The Richest Mining Camp in the World. Five Days' Round...
Boston: Privately Printed by Geo. H. Ellis Co, [1938; 1939?]. First Edition, edition of 30 copies, both volumes numbered in ink "Eleven" In his Foreword to the first volume, the author states: "These sketches were written for the members of the Moisie Salmon Club. The sole purpose was to give..... Read More about Moisie River [and] Moisie River: Portages, Lakes, Heights of Land
Boston: Printed by Farrington Printing Co, 1928. With a "Foreword" by Sir William Lamond Allardyce, Governor of Newfoundland; "Salmon Fishing" by Francis Francis and "The Pools on A Salmon Stream" by P.C. Mars. Read More about The Salmon Rivers of Newfoundland. A Descriptive Account of the Various Rivers of the Island
Winnipeg: Manitoba Daily Free Press, 1884. Contents include "Notes of a trip in the far West"; "Description of the prairie steppes"; "The origin of alkali"; "The Bow River Valley"; "Medicine Hat coal mines"; and "Discovery of extinct reptiles, etc. Scarce. Read More about Manitoba Historical and Scientific Society ... Fragmentary Leaves from the Geological Records of...
Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1874. First edition. Number 60 of 75 large paper copies printed. Large Paper. France and England in North America, Parkman's history of the European colonization of North America, was published in seven parts between 1865 and 1892, with each part issued separately as follows: Pioneers..... Read More about The Old Régime in Canada
[Ottawa: Printed and Bound by A.S. Woodburn, 1890]. First edition. Presentation Copy. Presentation copy, inscribed on the title page, “With Mr. J. Pope’s comps.”. Read More about Jacques Cartier, His Life and Voyages
Quebec: Printed at the “Mercury” Office, 1862. First edition. Salmon Fishing in Quebec. RARE. Contains G. T. Cary's “County Seats on the Shores of the St. Lawrence Round Quebec” and Sir James McPherson LeMoine's “the Legendary Lore of the St. Lawrence.” Sir James MacPherson LeMoine (1825-1912) noted Canadian author, published..... Read More about The Lower St. Lawrence, or Quebec to Halifax via Gaspé and Pictou. To which is appended Mr....
Montreal: Mai, 1839. First edition. NUMBER ONE. Rare. Number One of a Series of Annualk Reports. Read More about RAPPORT DE L'ASSOCIATION DE LA PROPAGATION DE LA FOI, etablie a Montreal, en vertu d'un Indult du...
Québec: Keger Brousseau, 1866. Read More about Rapport sur les Missions de Diocese de Quebec ... Avril 1866 No.7
Ristigouche Salmon Club, 1980. Perhaps one hundred copies printed per Wood. Scarce souvenir of the Club centennial, “the best part is the wonderful series of reproductions of old photographs” (Wood). Read More about Ristigouche Salmon Club. 1880-1980. 100 Years. Souvenir Program June 14-22 1980 [Cover title
[N.p: Privately Printed], 1924. First edition. INSCRIBED. Collection of verse written in a Canadian patois imitating the lingo of French/Indian guides. Roberts (1861-1942) of “Pen-y-Bryn”, Wynnewood, was a Princeton educated engineer who designed industrial plants such as the furnaces of Jones & Laughlin Steel in Pittsburgh, and also left his..... Read More about Dat Rivaar Metabatchuan and Other Outdoor Verse
London: Printed for J. Payne and J.Bouguet, 1752. First Edition. Robson's famous work is among the earliest substantial accounts of the Hudson's Bay Company and region. Robson served as the Surveyor and Supervisor of Buildings to the Company, and this work, based on six years worth of intimate inside knowledge..... Read More about An Account of Six Years Residence in Hudson's-Bay. From 1733 to 1736, and 1744 to 1747
London: Chapman and Hall, 1912. First edition. Read More about Sport in Vancouver and Newfoundland
London: A.W. Webster, 156, Regent Street, 1835. First Edition. “In 1829, frustrated by the lack of progress [in search of a northwest passage], a philanthropic gin distiller, Felix Booth, sponsored John Ross’s second expedition. With his nephew James Clark Ross as second-in-command, Ross sailed down Prince Regent Sound in search..... Read More about Narrative of a Second Voyage in Search of a North-West Passage and of a Residence in the Arctic...
London: A.W. Webster, 156, Regent Street, 1835. First Edition. First edition of the official account of Ross's privately-funded second Arctic voyage, resulting in the most extensive exploration of the Boothia Peninsula to date, during which Ross's nephew James Clark Ross became the first to reach the North Magnetic Pole. Two..... Read More about Narrative of a Second Voyage in Search of a North-West Passage and of a Residence in the Arctic...
Goshen, CT: The Angler's and Shooter's Press, 1973. Facsimile of First edition. Number 142 of 250 Copies on Rives hand-made paper. Inscribed by the editor on the limitation leaf, “For Walter Morse, a good friend and fishing companion, Hank”. Read More about The Ristigouche and its Salmon Fishing with a Chapter on Angling Literature by Dean Sage. Edited...
Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1888. First Edition, Number 4 of 105 copies, initialled “WD”. A book of almost legendary beauty, rarity, and importance, recounting the author's adventures at Camp Harmony on the Restigouche River in New Brunswick, and drawing upon his long experience fishing the river. Dean Sage's contributions to angling..... Read More about The Ristigouche and Its Salmon Fishing. With a Chapter on Angling Literature