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1 The Sicamous - Eagle Valley Centennial Book Committee Eagle Valley Views: The One Hundred Year Pictorial History of Sicamous and the Eagle Valley
British Coliumbia The Sicamous - Eagle Valley Centennial Book Committee 1985 First Edition Hardcover Very Good 
387 pages. Circa 1985. Many excellent archival black and white photos. Clean, bright and unmarked with light wear. An attractive copy. 
Price: 299.95 USD
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2 Norwood Centennial Book Committee Norwood Then and Now
Ontario, Canada Norwood Centennial Book Committee 1977 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Good 
186 pages. Circa 1977. An attractive pictorial history of Norwood, Ontario. "Norwood will stand tall as it honours its founders and basks in the radiance of its heritage." - from Foreword by David E. Lemon. Chapters include: The Builders; 100 Years at City Hall; The Manufacturers and Traders; The Schools; The Churches; Our Doctors; Profiles; War Memories; Organizations; Sports and Entertainment; Parades and Things. Book is clean, lightly worn and unmarked in maroon cloth boards with bright silver lettering. Moderate wear to dust jacket which has two small closed tears. Abundantly illustrated in black and white. Endpapers decorated with legal base map entitled "Plan of Norwood in the Township of Asphodel" dated 1853. Nice copy of this lovely and significant work. 
Price: 299.95 USD
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3 Centennial Book Committee Pioneers Who Blazed the Trail: Local History of High Prairie, Alberta
High Prairie, Alberta Centennial Book Committee 1967 First Edition Paperback Fair 
320 pages. Black and white illustrations. Includes many family and personal histories, and more. "There are few living now who can recall travelling the winter freight trails over frozen rivers and lakes or crossing the hundred mile long Great Barrier of muskegs, swamps, bridgeless rivers and creeks between Athabasca Landing and Sawridge, on Lesser Slave Lake, during the summer season to look for locations on which to build homes. In this raw, wild land, winters were too long and too cold; summers with hordes of mosquitoes and numerous other blood sucking insects were to short, but that was compensated for with almost endless daylight hours and sunshine that produced endless dayllight hours and sunshine that produced a rapid growth of vegetation, both wild and cultivated." - from Introduction. Above-average wear. Unmarked. Prior owner's blind stamp atop title page. Binding intact. A worthy reference copy. 
Price: 299.95 USD
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