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Full Circle: Death and Resurrection In Canadian Conservative Politics

by Bob Plamondon eBookIt.com (November 21, 2014)

Full Circle tells the dramatic story of how the Canadian conservative movement was fractured in the 1990s and how it was restored to glory and was returned to power in 2006. It recounts the humiliating defeat...


Canadian Heroines 2-Book Bundle: 100 Canadian Heroines / 100 More Canadian Heroines

by Merna Forster Dundurn (November 12, 2014)

This special bundle collects the two 100 Canadian Heroines volumes, in which Merna Forster presents 200 stories of amazing women who changed our country.


The Torch We Throw: The Dundurn WWI Historical Library: Amiens/Second to None/The Making of Billy Bishop/Hell in Flanders Fields/It Made you Think of

by Brereton Greenhous, James McWilliams, R. James Steel & Kevin R. Shackleton et al. Dundurn (July 23, 2014)

This special five-book collection brings to life courageous and tragic stories from the First World War, from the battlefields of France to the fight in the air.


The John A. Macdonald Retrospective 2-Book Bundle: Macdonald at 200 / John A. Macdonald

by Ged Martin, Patrice Dutil & Roger Hall Dundurn (October 29, 2014)

This 2-book bundle presents both an insightful biography of Canada's first prime minister and series of essays examining his legacy and ideas from a modern perspective.


Inside the Museum - Fort York National Historic Site

by John Goddard Dundurn (June 11, 2014)

A special excerpt from the first book to gather in one place information about Toronto's heritage sites, the places where the early history of the city is preserved for future generations.


Inside the Museum - Spadina House

by John Goddard Dundurn (June 11, 2014)

A special excerpt from the first book to gather in one place information about Toronto's heritage sites, the places where the early history of the city is preserved for future generations.


Inside the Museum - Montgomery's Inn

by John Goddard Dundurn (June 11, 2014)

A special excerpt from the first book to gather in one place information about Toronto's heritage sites, the places where the early history of the city is preserved for future generations.


Inside the Museum - Colborne Lodge

by John Goddard Dundurn (June 11, 2014)

A special excerpt from the first book to gather in one place information about Toronto's heritage sites, the places where the early history of the city is preserved for future generations.


Inside the Museum - The Market Gallery

by John Goddard Dundurn (June 11, 2014)

A special excerpt from the first book to gather in one place information about Toronto's heritage sites, the places where the early history of the city is preserved for future generations.


Inside the Museum - The Grange

by John Goddard Dundurn (June 11, 2014)

A special excerpt from the first book to gather in one place information about Toronto's heritage sites, the places where the early history of the city is preserved for future generations.


Inside the Museum - Toronto's First Post Office

by John Goddard Dundurn (June 11, 2014)

A special excerpt from the first book to gather in one place information about Toronto's heritage sites, the places where the early history of the city is preserved for future generations.


Inside the Museum - Mackenzie House

by John Goddard Dundurn (June 11, 2014)

A special excerpt from the first book to gather in one place information about Toronto's heritage sites, the places where the early history of the city is preserved for future generations.


The Voyageur Canadian History 2-Book Bundle: The Refugee / The Letters and Journals of Simon Fraser, 1806-1808

by Benjamin Drew, W. Kaye Lamb & George E. Clarke Dundurn (March 14, 2014)

This special bundle contains two classic works that provide great insight into crucial, nation-defining events in Canadian history: the exploration of the west in the early nineteenth century, and the arrival...


The Unsolved Oak Island Mystery 3-Book Bundle: The Oak Island Mystery / Oak Island Family / Oak Island Obsession

by Lionel and Patricia Fanthorpe & Lee Lamb Dundurn (March 04, 2014)

This collection tells the complete story of efforts to determine the truth about a mysterious, possibly man-made shaft on Oak Island, Nova Scotia, which became the focus of mystics and treasure hunters.


Inside the Museum - Gibson House

by John Goddard Dundurn (June 11, 2014)

A special excerpt from the first book to gather in one place information about Toronto's heritage sites, the places where the early history of the city is preserved for future generations.


Inside the Museum - Campbell House

by John Goddard Dundurn (June 11, 2014)

A special excerpt from the first book to gather in one place information about Toronto's heritage sites, the places where the early history of the city is preserved for future generations.


Canadians at Table: Food, Fellowship, and Folklore: A Culinary History of Canada

by Dorothy Duncan Dundurn (September 15, 2011)

Canadians at Table is an introduction to the diverse culinary history of Canada. We learn about the lessons of survival of the First Nations, the foods that fuelled the fur traders, and the adaptability of the...


A Thousand Shall Fall: The True Story of a Canadian Bomber Pilot in World War Two

by Murray Peden Dundurn (April 01, 2003)

In what has been hailed as one of the finest war memoirs ever written, Murray Peden recounts his experiences as a bomber with 214 Squadron during World War II.


Fergus: A Scottish Town By Birthright

by Pat Mestern Natural Heritage (May 26, 2008)

Ferguss founders, Lowland Scots Adam Fergusson and James Webster, gave all new streets Scottish names, a practice still maintained by the local council.


The Canoe in Canadian Cultures

by Bruce W. Hodgins, John Jennings & Doreen Small Dundurn (May 15, 2001)

A symbol unique to Canada, the canoe is one of the greatest gifts of First Peoples to all those who came after.


Transmission Difficulties: Franz Boas and Tsimshian Mythology

by Ralph Maud Talonbooks (August 15, 2014)

Ralph Maud delves into the mystery of Boas’s alleged “translations” of the stories gathered by his Tsimshian informant, Henry Tate.


Robert Wright Two-Book Bundle

by Robert Wright HarperCollins Publishers (September 16, 2014)

In Three Nights in Havana and Our Man in Tehran, author and historian Robert Wright brings to life two key events that shaped Canada’s diplomatic psyche and forever changed how Canada was viewed by the rest...


Ignored but Not Forgotten: Canada's English Immigrants

by Lucille H. Campey Dundurn (September 10, 2014)

In her third and final book in the English in Canada series, Lucille Campey provides an overview of the great exodus from England to Canada which peaked in the early twentieth century. Drawing on wide-ranging...


QUEBEC, Birthplace of New France

by David Mendel & Luc-Antoine Couturier Éditions Sylvain Harvey (April 03, 2012)

Quebec, founded by Samuel de Champlain in 1608, became the capital of New France in 1663. This fortress city and inland seaport served as a crucial control point, linking the Atlantic World with the vast network...


Historical Dictionary of Canada

by Barry M. Gough Scarecrow Press (October 28, 2010)

This second edition of the Historical Dictionary of Canada greatly expands on the first edition through a chronology, an introductory essay, a bibliography, and over 500 cross-referenced dictionary entries on...


Aboriginal and Visible Minority Librarians: Oral Histories from Canada

by Deborah Lee & Mahalakshmi Kumaran Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (June 11, 2014)

This book, the first of its kind in Canada, is a collection of chapters from Aboriginal and visible minority librarians, working in Canada, speaking about the challenges they face in their profession; their...


Inside the Museums: Toronto's Heritage Sites and their Most Prized Objects

by John Goddard Dundurn (June 07, 2014)

Illuminates Toronto's early history through its small heritage museums and their prized objects. For the first time, it showcases the scattered historic homes and other buildings as a single community.


Haunted Hamilton: The Ghosts of Dundurn Castle and Other Steeltown Shivers

by Mark Leslie Dundurn (July 16, 2012)

Prepare to be thrilled and chilled with this compilation of tales compiled from historical documents, first-person accounts, and the files of the paranormal group Haunted Hamilton, which has been investigating...


Brown of the Globe: Volume Two: Statesman of Confederation 1860-1880

by J.M.S. Careless Dundurn (July 25, 1996)

This comprehensive two-volume biography of George Brown was first published in 1959 (volume 1) and 1963 (volume 2). In 1963, Professor Careless received the Governor General's Award for the full biography.


Don't Tell My Mother: How to Fight War on Your Own Terms

by Peter Duggan-Smith & Raymond Eagle Dundurn (August 11, 2000)

A devil-may-care account of hair-raising flying, hard drinking, fast ladies, and an unbelievable insouciance in the face of danger.


Canada in Afghanistan: The War So Far

by Peter Pigott Dundurn (February 28, 2007)

As the war escalates in Afghanistan, Canadians are asking why we are there. This book is an introduction to what is happening and what we can expect through 2009.


Loyalist Mosaic: A Multi-Ethnic Heritage

by Joan Magee Dundurn (January 12, 1984)

Loyalist Mosaic highlights the ethnic diversity among the Loyalist settlers to Canada by exploring the experiences of 11 extraordinary individuals.


An Ottawa Album: Glimpses of the Way We Were

by Marion Van de Wetering Dundurn (October 01, 1997)

Traces the city's development from the days when Bytown was a lumber village to its emergence as Canada's capital.


The Burning of the Valleys: Daring Raids from Canada Against the New York Frontier in the Fall of 1780

by Gavin K. Watt Dundurn (March 01, 1997)

Details the actions of both sides in this exciting and incredibly effective British campaign in the War of Independence.


More Battlefields of Canada

by Mary Beacock Fryer Dundurn (July 26, 1996)

A continuation of Fryers thorough and lively examination of Canadas military history.


"Just Mary": The Life of Mary Evelyn Grannan

by Margaret Anne Hume Dundurn (February 11, 2006)

An examination of the life of Mary Grannan, whose radio shows, including Just Mary and Maggie Muggins, shaped the legacy of children's programming on CBC.


A City in the Making: Progress, People and Perils in Victorian Toronto

by Frederick H. Armstrong Dundurn (December 01, 1988)

A City in the Making examines certain of the events that took place in the nineteenth century Toronto, paying particular attention to those who carved a thriving metropolis out of the frontier post that was...


Battlefields of Canada

by Mary Beacock Fryer Dundurn (September 01, 1986)

Fryer encompasses 300 years of history highlighting 16 of the most significant Canadian battles, including Batoche, Louisbourg, and the Plains of Abraham.


The Last Invasion of Canada: The Fenian Raids, 1866-1870

by Hereward Senior Dundurn (July 25, 1991)

The Last Invasion of Canada vividly recaptures the fledgling nation's rag-tag, but patriotic, defence against an enemy committed to a glorious cause, but with only scattered resources.


Dangerous Passage: Issues in the Arctic

by Gerard Kenney Natural Heritage (May 29, 2006)

The story of the opening up of the Northwest Passage and the ensuing potential risks to the Arctic environment and Canadian sovereignty are explored.


Canadian Exploration Literature: An Anthology

by Germaine Warkentin Dundurn (January 01, 2007)

This anthology is an entry point into the beginnings of a literate response to the awe and wonder inspired by an unfolding geography.


Sunnybrook Hospital: Our Veterans' Legacy of Care, a Photo Journey Through the Decades

by Peeter A. Poldre Dundurn (March 30, 2011)

Sunnybrook Hospital stands as an important symbol of Canada's gratitude toward its war veterans, and this book is a photo journey through the decades that chronicles the contributions of a dedicated group of...


The Chinese Community in Toronto: Then and Now

by Arlene Chan Dundurn (April 29, 2013)

The Chinese community's development in Toronto faced many hurdles: decades of anti-Chinese public opinion, bolstered by the media, politicians, and discriminatory policies. Life was harsh for the early Chinese....


Paras Versus the Reich: Canada's Paratroopers at War, 1942-1945

by Bernd Horn & Michel Wyczynski Dundurn (August 01, 2003)

This book traces the development of airborne forces from earliest mythology to their earth-shattering debut in the Second World War.


Wings Across Canada: An Illustrated History of Canadian Aviation

by Peter Pigott Dundurn (October 01, 2002)

Here is the ultimate lineup of aircraft that have served Canada so well in peace and war, from the Sabre to the CF-18 to the North Star


Arctic Naturalist: The Life of J. Dewey Soper

by Anthony Dalton Dundurn (September 20, 2010)

J. Dewey Soper was the last of the great pioneer naturalists in Canada, spending many years in the Arctic where he discovered the breeding grounds of the blue goose and charted the final unknown region of Baffin...


Herbie and Friends: Cartoons In Wartime

by Barry D. Rowland Natural Heritage (May 15, 1990)

The favourite cartoon character of Canada's overseas troops during the Second World War, "Herbie" got into some of the most bizarre predicaments imaginable.


Almaguin Chronicles: Memories of the Past

by Astrid Taim Natural Heritage (January 31, 2007)

Almaguin Chronicles explores the relationship between lumbering and settlement in the Parry Sound District the last frontier of this part of Ontario.


Amiens: Dawn of Victory

by James McWilliams Dundurn (September 01, 2001)

For the Allies, it was the "dawn of victory," the battle that paved the way for the Armistice 100 days later.


Cross-Border Warriors: Canadians in American Forces, Americans in Canadian Forces

by Fred Gaffen Dundurn (July 25, 1996)

An examination of Canadian-American military relations, from the Civil War to the Gulf War.