[N.p: Privately printed for the members of the Royal Guild of Wisconsin Fisherman], . First edition, one of... Read More about Salmon Fishing on the Restigouche. July, 1938
Quebec: Zech & Fils, nd. Read More about L'Imitation de Jesus-Christ. Traduction Nouvelle par l'Abbé F. de Lomennais
London: Witherby & Co, 1911. First English Edition (both American & English editions published simultaneously). With chapters on - "A River of New Brunswick," "Tuna Fishing in the North Atlantic," "The Edge of the Great Lakes," "New Scotland," and "The Land of Evangeline." "First book seen to spell Nipigon in..... Read More about A Fisherman's Summer in Canada
London: Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1860. First Edition. A lighthearted look at sport and camping in the Canadian wilds. Read More about Salmon-Fishing in Canada. By a Resident
[New York: 1927]. Clarence Campbell Hunicke (1890-1936), graduate in engineering in the NYU class of 1914, and a New York City patent lawyer, recounts the camping and fishing trip of a group of friends from New York City to the Wigwam Camp on Lake Ki-osh-ko-qui at the northern edge of..... Read More about Fisherman and Fish Stories
[New York: n.d., 1929]. An excellent photo album and recitative (“in wretched verse”) of the camping and fishing trip of a party of five to the Wigwam Camp, in Kiosk on Lake Ki-osh-ko-qui at the northern edge of the Algonquin Park. The party canoed up Manitou Lake to a campsite..... Read More about Camping
[Southbury, CT: Gretchen E. Engel], 1971. First Edition. Very unusual in hardcover.Inscribed to Bill Wigton by the author. Read More about Though Memory Plays Me False. A Story of Anticosti. The St. Lawrence River Isle of Enchantment,...
Montreal: Consolidated Paper Corporation Limited, Anticosti Division, [n.d., ca. 1937]. Sixth edition. Anticosti, “the treasure island of the Saint Lawrence,” was maintained as a private hunting preserve by French chocolate manufacturer Henri Menier from 1896 until 1926. It was bought by a Canadian paper consortium and this brochure is evidence..... Read More about The Salmon Streams of Anticosti Island
Southbury, CT: 1971. First edition. Read More about Though Memory Plays Me False. A Story of Anticosti. The St. Lawrence River Isle of Enchantment,...
Cincinnati: Stewart and Kidd Company, 1916. First edition. Account of big game hunting in the St. Elias Range, Yukon Territory."- Arctic Bibliography. Read More about Camp Fires in the Yukon
Edinburgh: William Blackwood & Sons, 1848. First published edition. “Ballantyne’s adventures began in 1841 from York Factory. While he recapitulates much history of the Hudson’s Bay Company, he also quotes extensively from the journal he kept during his travels.” (Graff p.27). First issued in a privately printed edition earlier the..... Read More about Hudson’s Bay; or Every-day Life in the Wilds of North America, During Six Years’ Residence in...
Columbus, Ohio: F.H. Toothaker, 1911. First edition. A rare and engaging account of a hunting trip to northwest Canada in the summer of 1910. Ohioans Arthur Bannon and his companion, James Blair, went in over the White Pass and Yukon Railway, down the Lewis to Selkirk at the beginning of..... Read More about A Hunters Summer in Yukon Territory
Montreal: Canadian Sporting Publishing Company 269 Sty. Catherine Street, West, . Read More about Spalding's Official Canadian Base Ball Guide
Montreal, Canada: Privately Printed by The Atlantic Salmon Association, 1975. No. 11 of 1000 copies, signed by the author. Read More about The Atlantic Salmon Treasury
Toronto: Willing and Williamson, 1880. First edition. Read More about A Trip to Mexico, Being Notes of a Journey from Lake Erie to Lake Tezcuco and Back with an Appendix
Richmond Hill, Long Island, New York: The Nassau Press, [cza. 1908]. Early edition. Advertisments at back for a few remaining copies of the first edition. Read More about The Angler's Guide. A Handbook of the Haunts and Habits of the Popular Game Fishes, Inland and...
New York: Mail and Express Job Print, 1904. First edition. Inscribed. Inscribed opposite the title “Compliments of the author J.R. Bradley”Big Game hunting by the author and his friend T.T. Reese in the Stickeen (sic) River Country. The trials of traveling consume the first 28 pp., after which are several..... Read More about Hunting Big Game in Northwest British Columbia
Québec: Imprimerie de A. Coté, 1880. Read More about Le Saguenay et Le Bassin du Lac Saint-Jean. Étude Historique, Géographique, Industrielle et...
London: L. Booth, 307 Regent Street, W, 1864. First Edition. "A rare work, thought of very highly by Charles Lanman" (Bruns). Some of stories appeared in the "North Lincoln Sphinx" Read More about Leaves from the Records of St. Hubert's Club; or, Reminiscences of Sporting Expeditions in Many...
[Rochester, NY ?]: 1899. First edition and apparently unrecordedA manuscript slip, " 'Compliments of the 'Children,' " is tipped in before the first leaf. UNRECORDED. Recording a three-week diary of Burke's hunting and fishing trip up the Saguenay River into the country south of Chicoutimi in early October, 1899. Burke..... Read More about Memories of Chicoutimi
Cambridge, Mass: 7 November 1958 and 25 January 1975. The Canadian-American historian and educator responding to Hartley's query about his education and it's importance to his writing. Bush describes his educational background and writes that “the value of a college education depends entirely on how much a student brings to..... Read More about Two typed letters, signed “Douglas Bush”
London: et se vend à Paris, Chez Le Breton, Desaint, Pissot, Lambert, 1755. First edition, second Issue (no errata on p. xxiv). "This is the first extensive French text on the British North American colonies and was occasioned by the heightened tensions preceding the Seven Years War. It gives accounts..... Read More about Histoire et commerce des colonies angloises, dans l'Amérique septentrionale, ou l'on trouve...
New York: New Amsterdam Book Company, 1903. No. 44 of 210 copies. DeLuxe Edition of a Classic of Canadian Travel. A classic of Canadiana, first published in 1873, which has gone into many editions, this being a special, deluxe one. Read More about The Wild Northland: Being the story of a winter journey, with dog, across Northern North America
London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, 1878. Seventh Edition. Butler's narrative of his journey from the Red River Settlement to British Columbia in 1872. Read More about The Wild North Land: Being the Story of a Winter Journey, with Dogs, across Northern North America
Montreal: Dawson Brothers, 1874. First Canadian edition. Narrative of his journey from the Red River Settlement to British Columbia in 1872. Read More about The Wild North Land: Being the Story of a Winter Journey, with Dogs, across Northern North America