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FOR SALE  

The time has come to part with my very large collection of 
NEW BRUNSWICK
  Genealogical and Historical Books

and some of NOVA SCOTIA
and 
PEI
that I have been collecting for fifty years
.

  Many are 'hard to find'  "out of print" books
 
  http://www.rubycusack.com/Bookshelf.html
     One copy of most titles - LOTS OF BOOKS ARE STILL ON THE SHELF
OR IN BOXES AND HAVE NOT BEEN LISTED
Ask if you don't see a book you want.

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Reuben Cohen - A Time to Tell - The Public Life of a Private Man by Reuben Cohen published 1998.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Cohen.html


Urban Renewal Saint John: A City Transformed by Brenda  Peters McDermott, chronicles the urban renewal era — 1950s to 1980s — in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-UrbanRenewal.html


"Great Maritime Inventions 1833-1950" by Mario Theriault
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Inventions.html


Bridgetown - Nova Scotia - Its History to 1900 by Elizabeth Ruggles Coward
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Bridgetown.html


DAYS OF OLD - A HISTORY OF FREDERICTON JUNCTION  by Katherine Dewitt and Norma Alexander
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Fredericton-Junction.html


Bouctouche -  A pictorial history with French and English translation by Pierre Cormier - 1984
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Bouctouche.html


FREDERICTON - A POSTCARD TRIP TO THE PAST  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Fredericton.html


Nurses in Battledress  by  Gwladys M Rees Aikens 

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Aikens.html



Uncle Cy’s War: The First World War Letters of Major Cyrus F. Inches edited by Valerie Teed 

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Cy.html



DIARY OF A FRENCHMAN - FRANCOIS LAMBERT BOURNEUF'S ADVENTURES FROM FRANCE TO ACADIA 1787-1871 - Edited and Translated by J. Alphonse Deveau. Francois Lambert Bourneuf was an MLA for Digby County, Nova Scotia who began writing his autobiography in 1859 to redeem himself in the eyes of his constituents. His memoirs provide a vivid picture of a critical period in our history. 114 pages.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Diary-Frenchman.html


When Rum Was King - B J Grant http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Rum-King.html


Strangers from a Secret Land: The Voyages of the Brig "Albion" and the Founding of the First Welsh Settlements in Canada by Peter Thomas
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-STRANGERS-WELSH.html


THE EARLY STEAMBOATS OF THE ST. JOHN RIVER  by  Captain Donald F. Taylor

 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Taylor.html



From the SPLASH  of the PADDLE-WHEEL - TRUE TALES OF THE STEAMBOAT ERA BY ST. JOHN RIVER STEAM BOAT HISTORIAN - CAPTAIN DONALD F. TAYLOR  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Paddle-Wheel.html



STEAMBOAT DAYS ON THE ST. JOHN 1816-1946 (New Brunswick, Canada) by Dr. George MacBeath and Capt Donald Taylor.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Steamboat.html


The Song of the Reel by George Frederick Clarke. 
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Reel.html


The Little Boats - Inshore Fishing  Craft of Atlantic Canada by Ray MacKean and Robert Percival.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-little-boats.html


Sister to Courage: Stories from the World of Viola Desmond - Canada's Rosa Parks by Wanda Robson
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Robson.html



Bridging Saint John Harbour (New Brunswick) 128 pages  - Softcover - 200 black and white pictures - published 2013
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Bridging.html


A HERITAGE NOW -- SAINT JOHN by Wayne Harrison and Ross Leavitt - illustrated by Ray Butler - copyright in 1984
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Heritage-Now.html


The Catholic Irish In New Brunswick 1783-1900 by Leo J. Hynes. Edited by J. Edward Belliveau.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hynes.html 


LOOKING BACK AT ST. MARTINS, NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA - Compiled and created by the St. Martins Community Access Centre in 1998 - soft cover - 75 pages with more than 200 black and white pictures.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-StMartins-LookingBack.html


Historic Sussex” Images of our Past compiled by Elaine Ingalls Hogg http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hogg.html


The Glorious Story of the Fighting 26th - New Brunswick’s One infantry Unit in the Greatest War of All Ages  Gould  and Smith  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Glorious-26th.html      


New Brunswick's Fighting 26th Battalion. A History of the 26th New Brunswick Battalion, C. E. F.  1914-1919  by S. Douglas MacGowan, Harry (Mac) Heckbert and Byron O'Leary.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-26th-Battalion.html     


A PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE 8th CANADIAN HUSSARS (PRINCESS LOUISE’S) 125 Years of Service 1848-1973           http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-.8th-Hussars-Pictorial.html
Edited by Major E D Crook and Major J K Marteinson
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The 8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise's), 1962 - 1987. MacDonald, Major G H (Editor-in-Chief.)
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hussars-1987.html
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8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise’s) 1957 - 1967
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-8th.html

The 8th Hussars - 150 Anniversary Edition http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hussars-150th.html

The 8th HUSSARS  -  A History of  the Regiment by   Douglas How (1964)
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hussars.html


The Two Jacks - The Amazing Adventures of  Major Jack M. Veness and Major Jack L. Fairweather by Will R. Bird.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Two-Jacks.html





"JANET WEBSTER ROCHE - LAST LETTERS"http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Janet.html


Woven in Time - An Oral History of the Milltown (St. Croix) Cotton Mill by Bill Eagan
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Eagan.html


A Line of Descent - French Huguenot Emigré, André Lamoreaux, 1660-1706 by Carl Smith  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Smith-Carl.html
LOTS OF INFORMATION ON NEW BRUNSWICK ANCESTORS


Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada - Canada's Winter Shipping Port that has nearly two hundred pictures of businesses, churches, schools and better still gives information on many of them.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-SJ1914.html





Out of Ireland 
In 1997, Carolyn Ryan, Mac Trueman, Mia Urquhart and Steve McKinley of the Saint John Times Globe traced how the flood of Irish immigrants during the Great Famine (1845-1852) changed the face of Ireland, North America and specifically, Saint John and New Brunswick. Their articles were printed in a seven-week series in the Saint John Times Globe of New Brunswick, Canada entitled "Out of Ireland." 
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Out-Ireland.html


Historical Essays on the Irish in New Brunswick - NEW IRELAND REMEMBERED - Edited by P. M. Toner http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-new-ireland.html 


SOMEONE BEFORE US - OUR MARITIME INDIANS by George Frederick Clarke
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Clarke-Someone.html 


Music of the Eye - Architectural Drawings of Canada’s First City - 1822 to 1914", Gary K. Hughes 
 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hughes-Gary-Architectural.html


“R. H. Nicholson  - Painter and Man of God” by Jean Elizabeth S. Irving
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Nicholson.html 


We Hardly Knew Ye: St. Mary’s Cemetery (Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada), An Enduring Presence by Mary Kilfoil McDevitt
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-St-Mary's.html


Steeves and Colpitts Pioneers of the Upper Petitcodiac  [New Brunswick, Canada] by William S. Hoar
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hoar.html





Whence They Came: Irish Origins From pre 1900 New Brunswick Death Notices' by Peter D. Murphy.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-murphy-whence.html


Poor Ignorant Children 
In 1994, Peter Murphy - a New Brunswick historian and genealogist - gained access to an old ledger of the admittance records of the "Orphan Asylum Established by His Excellency Sir William George Colebrook, 25 Octob. 1847" (In Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada). Mr. Murphy transcribed this ledger and meticulously searched for any tracks that were left behind by these orphans in compiling the publication "Poor Ignorant Children." He charted the fate of Irish orphans (310) in a strange unwelcoming land.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Murphy-Poor-Ignorant-Children.html 


IMMIGRANTS IN THE NEW BRUNSWICK CENSUS OF 1851 by P. M.  Toner.   A list of the names of more than 15,000 Irish immigrants to New Brunswick showing year of entry, age as of 1851, religion, location in the province, and former county of residence in Ireland (when this fact was known).  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Toner.html


Moncton’s Catholic Roots - An Illustrated History of St. Bernard’s Church by Leo J. Hynes.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Moncton-Hynes.html      


Chronicle of Irish Emigration to Saint John, New Brunswick 1847 by J. Elizabeth Cushing, Teresa Casey and Monica Robertson. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Irish-Emig.html


James P. Collins, M.D. 1824-1847 (A martyr to his duty) by Harold E. Wright. Published by the Partridge Island Research Project, Saint John, New Brunswick 1988.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Collins.html


In Flight From Famine, Don MacKay tells not only of the arrival of the Irish but the appalling conditions that forced them to emigrate.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-MacKay.html


Together In Exile by Peter Murphy  traces  a group of Irish emigrants from County Louth who settled in Lower Cove (South End of) Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada in the 19th century.  A product of eleven years of research in Canada, the United States and Ireland by Peter Murphy.  It is a highly praised genealogical work.  Now out-of-print and hard to find and much sought after.http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Together-Murphy.html 


(Covenanter AURORA BOREALIS - A History of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Canada (Covenanter) 1820 - 1967 by Robert M. More, Jr. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-More.html


MEMORIES OF MY LIFE IN TWO COUNTIES - Austin Armstrong   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Armstrong.html


The Chinese Experience in New Brunswick - A Historical Perspective  by William Seto and Larry N. Shyu http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Seto.html


STEAMBOAT DAYS ON THE ST. JOHN 1816-1946 (New Brunswick, Canada) by Dr. George MacBeath and Capt Donald Taylor.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Steamboat.html 


THE EARLY STEAMBOATS OF THE ST. JOHN RIVER  by  Captain Donald F. Taylor  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Taylor.html



FRAZEES OF NEW BRUNSWICK, DESCENDANTS OF LEWIS AND CATHERINE (THOMAS) FRAZEE by W. J. Frazee
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Frazees.html


A History of the Anglican Church in the Parish of Springfield (Kings County, New Brunswick) and a General History of the Surrounding Area by Ernest G. C. Graham  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Anglican-Springfield.html


Listing of books dealing with Church Histories and Ministers
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Churches.html


William Freeze and his Descendants by Ross W. Caldwell http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Freeze.html


Wanted Barka’s 1965 Paper: I'm looking for a copy of Norman Barka's 1965 paper "Historic Sites Archaeology at Portland Point" which he wrote about his 1963 excavation of Fort La Tour in Saint John, New Brunswick. I would be willing to pay a reasonable amount for a decent copy. Contact mrbrussell@aol.com


 THE JUDGES OF NEW BRUNSWICK AND THEIR TIMES.  1983.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Judges.html


Six Salmon Rivers and Another  -   George Frederick Clarke  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Clarke-Six.html


SOME LOYALISTS AND OTHERS by Isabel Louise Hill, Fredericton,[New Brunswick, Canada] copyright 1976, revised edition of January 1977  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hill-Loyalists.html


Wilsons of Upper Miramichi  - Descendants of John Wilson of Scotland by James R Wilson. Priceville, New Brunswick, Canada 1994. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Wilsons.html


Our Family Tree - Acadian - Loyalist and Mayflower Volume One 1980
by Leatha Boudreau Sisson.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Sisson.html


OF MINES AND MEN by Marjorie Taylor Morell. Published in 1981. 150 pages. Hard Cover with picture of Minto miners. Illustrated with numerous black & white pictures. More info at
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-OfMines-Men.html


Chipman - Then and Now
A Pictorial History of Chipman and Neighboring Communities  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Chipman-pictorial.html


Heritage Headlines -A 200 Year News History From Saint John, New Brunswick by Jim Freeman and Gene Sullivan
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Sullivan.html


THE RECTORY MURDER - The Mysterious crime that shocked Turn-of-the-Century New Brunswick
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Rectory-Murder.html


A Collection of Nova Scotia Firsts, 1600-2000 by Ruth A MacDonald
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-NSFirsts.html


COMMISSIONAIRES - AN ORGANIZATION WITH A PROUD HISTORY 1925-1998 - The story of Canadian Corps of Commissionaires which began in 1925 to meet the need of soldiers returning from Word War 1. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Commissionaires.html


TRUE CANADIAN WAR STORIES - from Legion Magazine - Selected by Jane Dewar 1986 - This is a 1989 reprint   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-War-Stories.html


THE SAINT JOHN POLICE STORY by Gerald F Wallace, William Higgins and Peter McGahan.
Complete Set of Five Volumes.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Police.html


SHIPS OF ST MARTINS BY ESTHER CLARK WRIGHT http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Wright-St-Martins.html


Poor Ignorant Children
In 1994, Peter Murphy - a New Brunswick historian and genealogist - gained access to an old ledger of the admittance records of the "Orphan Asylum Established by His Excellency Sir William George Colebrook, 25 Octob. 1847" (In Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada). Mr. Murphy transcribed this ledger and meticulously searched for any tracks that were left behind by these orphans in compiling the publication "Poor Ignorant Children." He charted the fate of Irish orphans (310) in a strange unwelcoming land. 
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Murphy-Poor-Ignorant-Children.html



The Maxwell Family of Saugus - A Genealogical and Historical Reference including the Related Families of: Caie, Stevens and McIntyre by Samuel Leslie Maxwell   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Maxwell.html


Ristigouche - Centenary of the Capuchins 1894 - 1994
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-
capuchins
.html


The Woods family of Unity, Maine by Kendall W. Woods    http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Woods.html


A History of  Shediac New Brunswick by John Clarence Webster - privately ptinted in 1928. Reprinted by the New Brunswick Museum in 1953

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Shediac.html



THE DORCHESTER KEILLORS by Lloyd A. Machum 

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Keillors.html



Understanding the Loyalists  by J M Bumsted 

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Bumsted.html



Alexander Machum, Margaret Carson, and Their Descendents... One of the Old Families in the Country  by Donald Alexander Machum  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Machum.html



HISTORY OF THE BLACKS - Revised Edition - Historical record of the posterity of William Black who settled in this country in the year 1775 and was brought up to the year 1885 by Cyrus Black of Amherst, NS.  The records from 1885 to 1959 were compiled by L W Black of Middle Sackville. NB.

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-BlackCyrus.html



The Battle of the Restigouche. The Last Naval Engagement between France and Britain for the Possession of Canada.     http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-RestigoucheBattle.html



NASHWAAKSIS  1765 - 1973  - A HISTORY  by Ruth Scott
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Nashwaaksis.html


Blacks Harbour - Looking Back At Our Beginnings  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-BlacksHarbour.html


BOWSER -  A Genealogical Review of the Bowser Family Researches With Particular Reference to Thomas Bowser of Yorkshire, England and Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada by Reginald Burton Bowser
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Bowser.html


CENTRAL BLISSVILLE - A BRIEF HISTORICAL SKETCH compiled by Herbert Richardson in 1984    http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Blissville.html


THE FAMILY NAME PRICE by Ralph A. Price  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Price.html


And the River Rolled On . . . Two Hundred Years on the Nashwaak
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-River-Rolled-On-Nashwaak.html


THE LOYALISTS  Possessions and articles used by the early Loyalist Settlers in the Maritimes. Illustrated with black and white and 12 colour plates of material from the collection of the New Brunswick Museum by A. Greg Finley 1975  64 pages
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Loyalists.html


From The Victorian Era To The Space Age by Lt. Col. E. M Slader. (Saint John History)  Number 21 of the collections of the New Brunswick Historical Society. 1973.  More info at http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Slader-21.html


Journals of the New Brunswick Museum 1978, 1979 and 1980
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Journal-NBM.html


Heritage Furniture / Le Mobilier Traditionnel. A Catalogue Featuring Furniture from the Collection of the New Brunswick Museum / Catalogue De Meubles Anciens Choisis Parmi Les Collections du Musee Du nouveau-Brunswick. Greg Finley - Editor
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Finley.html


Images of Canada SAINT JOHN in the Golden Age of Postcards 1900-1915 by Terry R J Keleher and Donald P. Collins
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Keleher-Collins.html


Images of Canada - Saint John West and its Neighbours by David Goss and Fred Miller http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Goss-Miller.html


True to their King . . . The Loyalists Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Saunders.html 


Traditions Decorative - Micmac & Maliseet  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Micmac.html


Echoes of the Past - From the Millstream and Surrounding Areas.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Echoes-Past.html


Bates, Walter, Kingston and the Loyalists of the Spring Fleet of  1783 with Reminiscences of Early Days in Connecticut: A Narrative by Walter Bates, Esq.,  to which is appended a Diary written by Sarah Frost on her voyage to St. John, N. B. with the Loyalists of 1783 was first published at Saint John in 1889. Free shipping within North America.  More info at http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Spring-Fleet.html


You're On The Miramichi - William T. Griffin who was born near Stanley, York County, NB in 1881.  He married Mary Elizabeth Gordon in 1903. His death occurred in 1974. Largely self-educated, an avid reader, and an inherent nature lover, he developed an early habit of recording anecdotes and incidents arising from his life and experiences as trapper, guide and woodsman.A great addition to the bookshelf of the woodsman or those interested in the Miramichi. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Miramichi.html


“R. H. Nicholson  - Painter and Man of God” by Jean Elizabeth S. Irving
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Nicholson.html 


THE SOUND OF MANY WATERS - A History of Musquash
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Thompson-Sound-Waters.html


Loyalists All  is a book of stories told by the descendants of 80 New Brunswick Loyalists
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Loyalists-All.html






Flowers of the Year and Other Poems by Letitia F. Simson  Published 1869 (original copy)
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Simson.html  daughter of James and Eliza Agnew married Seymour Pickett of Golden Vale, near Kingston and then married David Simson, of Fife, Scotland


Scrapbook  THE FAMILY OF ANDREW ARTHUR NESBITT and  ELEANOR JANE DEAN - probably married circa 1869.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Nesbitt.html


New Brunswick's Fighting 26th Battalion. A History of the 26th New Brunswick Battalion, C. E. F.  1914-1919  by S. Douglas MacGowan, Harry (Mac) Heckbert and Byron O'Leary.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-26th-Battalion.html


The Glorious Story of the Fighting 26th - New Brunswick’s One infantry Unit in the Greatest War of All Ages  Gould  and Smith  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Glorious-26th.html





Historic Newfoundland and Labrador by  L E F English  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-english.html





 Images of Canada Series - SAINT JOHN by Harold E. Wright       http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-wright-sjimages.html


ONE HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY - PRIZE MEETING 1866-1966 NEW BRUNSWICK RIFLE ASSOCIATION AT SUSSEX RANGE   JULY 21-24, 1966 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-rifle.html


A Maritimer's Miscellany - Fascinating Facts About Nova Scotia, New Brunswick & Prince Edward Island by Clary Croft http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-croft.html


Amy’s Journey  A young Girl’s Struggle with TB by Lillian Bursey http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-bursey.html








COVERED BRIDGES of NEW BRUNSWICK by Joan Gregory    http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-gregory-bridges.html


The Rebuilding of Saint John New Brunswick 1877 - 1881 by C. Anne Hale. Saint John suffered many losses in the Great Fire of 1877. Great pictures.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hale-Rebuilding.html


"THE MONCTONIANS" by J E Belliveau. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Monctonians.html


The Catholic Irish In New Brunswick 1783-1900 by Leo J. Hynes. Edited by J. Edward Belliveau.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hynes.html 


Richard Pugh and his Descendants - Nashwaaksis - Burtt's Corner [New Brunswick] by Magaret J. Pugh (1984)
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Pugh.html  





The Old Man Told Us: Excerpts from Micmac History, 1500-1950 by Ruth Holmes Whitehead  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Whitehead.html 


The Story of the Brewers by Eugene Campbell -   (Zealand Station) New Brunswick, Canada
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Brewer.html 


The Garden Letters by Elspeth Bradbury and Judy Maddocks http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Maddocks.html


Atlantic Outposts by Harry Thurston. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Thurston.html


DAY BY DAY: PAGES FROM THE DIARY OF A NEWFOUNDLAND WOMAN BY DORA RUSSELL - ILLUSTRATED BY SYLVIA QUINTON FICKEN  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Russell-Dora.html


  Strange Lights at Midnight; A Maritime Island Adventure by Allison Mitcham  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Mitcham-Midnight.html 


Together In Exile by Peter Murphy  traces  a group of Irish emigrants from County Louth who settled in Lower Cove (South End of) Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada in the 19th century.  A product of eleven years of research in Canada, the United States and Ireland by Peter Murphy.  It is a highly praised genealogical work.  Now out-of-print and hard to find and much sought after.http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Together-Murphy.html 


THE REAL KLONDIKE KATE - THE STORY OF KATHERINE RYAN - HEROINE OF THE CANADIAN NORTH - FRIEND TO ROBERT SERVICE - ONE OF THE FIRST WOMEN TO CROSS THE STIKINE TRAIL BY T. ANN BRENNAN
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Klondike-Kate.html


Red Serge And Stetsons: A Hundred Years of Mounties' Memoirs edited by Donovan T. Saul  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Saul.html


In Flight From Famine, Don MacKay tells not only of the arrival of the Irish but the appalling conditions that forced them to emigrate.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-MacKay.html


James P. Collins, M.D. 1824-1847 (A martyr to his duty) by Harold E. Wright. Published by the Partridge Island Research Project, Saint John, New Brunswick 1988.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Collins.html


CRIME WAVE Con Men, Rogues and Scoundrels From Nova Scotia's Past by Dean Jobb  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Jobb.html


Occupation - Murderer by David A. Walsh  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Murderer.html


Amanda Viger: Spirtual Healer to New Brunswick's Leprosy Victims 1845-1906 by Mary Jane Losier  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Viger.html


COVERED BRIDGES of Central and Eastern Canada by Lyn and Richard Harrington  
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Bridges.html


Thunder over New England - Benjamin Bunnell, the Loyalist by Paul J. BUNNELL, A. G., U.E.L. 
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Bunnell.html


Silversmiths and Related Craftsmen of the Atlantic Provinces" by Donald C. Mackay
  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Silversmiths.html


Maggie Vail Story  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Maggie-Vail.html


THE NEW BRUNSWICK MILITIA 1787 - 1867 by David Facey-Crowther.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-NB-Militia.html


 Wallace, Higgins, McGahan -The Saint John Police Story   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-SJPolice.html


You're On The Miramichi - William T. Griffin who was born near Stanley, York County, NB in 1881.  He married Mary Elizabeth Gordon in 1903. His death occurred in 1974. Largely self-educated, an avid reader, and an inherent nature lover, he developed an early habit of recording anecdotes and incidents arising from his life and experiences as trapper, guide and woodsman.A great addition to the bookshelf of the woodsman or those interested in the Miramichi. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Miramichi.html


The First History of  New Brunswick  compiled by Peter Fisher in 1825, who was considered to be New Brunswick’s first historian. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Fisher.html


SHARING THE JOURNEY  1841- 1991 -Published under the Authority of the Official Board Carleton-Kirk United Church in Saint John - 136 pages - spiral binding - has a 1924 picture Carleton Methodist Church - Very informative     http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Carleton-Kirk.html


Johnny Woodboat by George MacBeath http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Woodboat.html


A History of the Sussex and Studholm Agricultural Society 1841 -1980, Sussex, N. B. by James M. Thomson. Published in 1982.    196 pages.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Thomson-James.html


Large collection of GENERATIONS - a quarterly publication of the New Brunswick Genealogical Society.
Contact rmcusack@nbnet.nb.ca



New Brunswick's Fighting 26th Battalion. A History of the 26th New Brunswick Battalion, C. E. F.  1914-1919  by S. Douglas MacGowan, Harry (Mac) Heckbert and Byron O'Leary.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-26th-Battalion.html


The Glorious Story of the Fighting 26th - New Brunswick’s One infantry Unit in the Greatest War of All Ages  Gould  and Smith  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Glorious-26th.html


A PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE 8th CANADIAN HUSSARS (PRINCESS LOUISE’S) 125 Years of Service 1848-1973           http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-.8th-Hussars-Pictorial.html
Edited by Major E D Crook and Major J K Marteinson
**
The 8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise's), 1962 - 1987. MacDonald, Major G H (Editor-in-Chief.)
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hussars-1987.html
***
8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise’s) 1957 - 1967
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-8th.html

The 8th Hussars - 150 Anniversary Edition http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hussars-150th.html




Nackawic Bend - 200 Years of History - compiled by Patricia M. Lawson, Gail Farnsworth and M. Anne Hartley with written and oral contributions by many local residents. This treasury of historical accounts covers various aspects of life.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Nackawic-Bend.html


The Rebuilding of Saint John New Brunswick 1877 - 1881 by C. Anne Hale. Saint John suffered many losses in the Great Fire of 1877. Great pictures.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hale-Rebuilding.html


"THE NEW BRUNSWICK MAGAZINE"  - Vol 1  November 1898  No 5 - original copy
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-1898.html


ORIGINAL COPIES OF "THE NEW BRUNSWICKER" -  first publication - Vol 1  September 1907 No 1 and Vol 2  November 1908 No 1 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-1907NB.html


Looking Back at Macnaquac - A Community History - compiled by Ruth Timmins, Jean Cunningham, Bessie Howland and Velma Murch. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Macnaquac.html


Early Schools of Kings County, New Brunswick. Published by the Kings County Retired Teachers' Association. Printed in 1983.  This 272 page  book contains information on 180 schools of Kings County. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Kings-School.html


Saint John (New Brunswick) CITY DIRECTORIES - includes certain years from 1924 to 1999
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Directories.html


Rebels & Royalists - The Lives and Material Culture of New Brunswick's Early English-Speaking Settlers 1758-1783 by M. A. MacDonald  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Rebels.html



The Blacks In New Brunswick by W. A. Spray. Published in 1972.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Blacks.html





Six Salmon Rivers and Another  -   George Frederick Clarke 
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Clarke-Six.html


Anybody in the Saint John, New Brunswick area looking to buy an older microfilm reader?
I AM SELLING MY OLDER MICROFILM READERS
CONTACT rmcusack@nbnet.nb.ca


Print out of the  1901 census from microfilom of St John County and of Kings County, New Brunswick.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-1901.html 


In 1979, Fred Amos, Gerald Keith and Myrtle K Perry published the book, “The Descendants of Daniel and Elizabeth (Disbrow) Keith with lots of detailed information. The 542 pages hold thousands of names and dates. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Keith.html 


Emigrants From Ireland, 1847-1852: State-Aided Emigration Schemes from Crown Estates in Ireland by Eilish Ellis    http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Ellis.html 


Loyalist Souvenir - One Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of the Landing of the Loyalists in the Province of New Brunswick 1783 - 1933.   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-LoyalistSouvenir.html 


“R. H. Nicholson  - Painter and Man of God” by Jean Elizabeth S. Irving
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Nicholson.html 


Marco Polo - The Story of the Fastest Clipper by Martin J. Hollenberg  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hollenberg.html


RIVERS OF YESTERDAY - A New Brunswick Hunting and Fishing Journal by Mike Parker - 1997
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Rivers.html


A History of Anagance Ridge by Margaret K. Elliott
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Elliott-Anagance-Ridge.html


Campobello  - The Outer Island by Alden Nowlan.
More information at http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Campobello.html


JOHNSON FAMILY MILLSTREAM (Kings County, New Brunswick) compiled by Daniel Johnson in 1980.
Descendants of Nathaniel Johnson 1741 - 1829 
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Johnson-Family.html





Together In Exile by Peter Murphy  traces  a group of Irish emigrants from County Louth who settled in Lower Cove (South End of) Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada in the 19th century.  A product of eleven years of research in Canada, the United States and Ireland by Peter Murphy.  It is a highly praised genealogical work.  Now out-of-print and hard to find and much sought after.http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Together-Murphy.html 





We Hardly Knew Ye: St. Mary’s Cemetery (Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada), An Enduring Presence by Mary Kilfoil McDevitt
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-St-Mary's.html


Loyalists of Little River (New Brunswick) by J. Clifford Campbell http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Campbell.html



"Memories of Kedgwick River’ by the Rev. Bernard Michael Broderick, presents interesting insights into the history of northern New Brunswick but first he takes the reader on a journey to discover the life his father left behind in Ireland.   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Broderick-KEDGWICK.html


The Fighting Sailor: The Autobiography of Sailor Don McKinnon - Pride of Saint John New Brunswick by Don McKinnon with Peter McGahan.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-McKinnon.html


Looking Back - A History of Bay du Vin, New Brunswick  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Bay-du-Vin.html


Quaco - St. Martins, a Brief History: The First Hundred Years, 1784-1884 by Ross N Hebb
 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hebb-Quaco.html


LOOKING BACK AT ST. MARTINS, NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA - Compiled and created by the St. Martins Community Access Centre in 1998 - soft cover - 75 pages with more than 200 black and white pictures.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-StMartins-LookingBack.html


"The Ships of St. Martins" by Esther Clark Wright http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Wright-St-Martins.html


The MacDonalds of the Washademoak Lake by Kenneth Christie and Marion Reicker
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Christie.html


INFANTRY OFFICER 1943  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Batsford.html


CHINESE by Larry N. Shyu  - A volume in the Peoples of the Maritimes series written by a native of China who was appointed to the history department of the University of New Brunswick   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Shyu.html


A CENTURY OF CARING: THE STORY OF THE NEW BRUNSWICK PROTESTANT ORPHANS' HOME (in Saint John) by Harold McCullagh. Published 1986  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Orphanage.html


Occupation - Murderer by David A. Walsh  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Murderer.html


Good Old Barker’s Point - A Fifty Year Backward Glance at its life, times and people.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-BarkerPoint.html


INDIANTOWN by Harold A. Bannister
  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Bannister-Indiantown.html






http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Beyea-Peck.html    

BEYEA GENEALOGY

By Maurice E. Peck, Florida,    Co-Author Mrs. William M. (Gale Peck) Beyea, Connecticut and   Co-Author Karl M. Beyea Jr of Hampton, New Brunswick. Privately published in 1981



http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Campey.html 

With Axe and Bible: The Scottish Pioneers of New Brunswick 1784-1874

        


A PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE 8th CANADIAN HUSSARS (PRINCESS LOUISE’S)
125 Years of Service 1848-1973           http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-.8th-Hussars-Pictorial.html
Edited by Major E D Crook and Major J K Marteinson
**
The 8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise's), 1962 - 1987.
MacDonald, Major G H (Editor-in-Chief.)
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hussars-1987.html
***
8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise’s) 1957 - 1967
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-8th.html

The 8th Hussars - 150 Anniversary Edition http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hussars-150th.html



Nova Scotia (S.E. Coast) and Bay of Fundy Pilot - The Great Bank of Newfoundland, Sable Island, the Southeast Coast of Nova Scotia, and the Bay of Fundy. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-pilot.html



RARE FIND             The Early Baptist of Cambridge Parish, Queens County, New Brunswick by Rev Walter R Greenwood - Published in 1941 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Greenwood.html


Oromocto in view by Eugene Campbell - published in 1982. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Oromocto.html


History of Coal Mining and Other Related Industries in the Minto and Chipman Areas 1783-1978 by Douglas H Higgins  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-coalmining-higgins.html


MINTO CORONATION SOUVENIR  - Minto, New Brunswick, May 12, 1937
 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Minto-Coronation.html


Minto (New Brunswick, Canada) Memorial High School Year Books "RESURGAM"
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Minto.html
Minto Miners - http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Minto-Miners.html


OF MINES AND MEN by Marjorie Taylor Morell. Published in 1981. 150 pages. Hard Cover with picture of Minto miners. Illustrated with numerous black & white pictures. More info at http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-OfMines-Men.html


Good Old Barker’s Point - A Fifty Year Backward Glance at its life, times and people.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-BarkerPoint.html


THE SEELYS OF NEW BRUNSWICK    http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Seely.html  REDUCED


An Outline of the History of Central New Brunswick to the Time of Confederation by Lilian M. B. Maxwell.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Maxwell-Central-NB.html


UP COUNTRY MEMORIES by Linda Aiton & Diane Bormke with many pictures and stories about how it used to be along the Lower St. John River, New Brunswick, Canada. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Bormke-1.html


Many memories and photos of families, who resided in the communities now occupied by Canadian Forces Base Gagetown, have been collected and placed in publications to help portray and remember life as it was before the expropriation in 1953.
More information on the books at
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Camp-Gagetown.html

New Jerusalem - We Remember was compiled and edited by Verna Mott
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Camp-Gagetown.html

ALONG HIBERNIA ROADS - FADED MEMORIES
by Carol Lawson and Connie Denby
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Camp-Gagetown.html

Remembering Coote Hill
  by Frank Queen
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Camp-Gagetown.html

Armstrongs Corner - Memories

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Camp-Gagetown.html

MEMORIES OF MY LIFE IN TWO COUNTIES - Austin Armstrong  
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Armstrong.html

Summer Hill and Dunn's Corner: Gone But Not Forgotten
, edited by Richard Corbett

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Camp-Gagetown.html

Places of Our Hearts - Memories of the Base Gagetown Communities to 1953
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Camp-Gagetown.html

"I take my pen in hand" - Webb family letters
by Graeme F. Somerville.

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Camp-Gagetown.html

More information on the books at
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Camp-Gagetown.html
Will combine shipping.


Parish of Christ Church, Norton, (Bloomfield) New Brunswick by J E Hoyt
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Christ-Church.html


STORIES ABOUT ME AND PEOPLE I HAVE KNOWN by Wainwright 'Pappy' Weston Weston-Pappy
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Weston-Pappy.htm


De Witt's  SCHOOL SPEAKERS  # 11 PERFECTION  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-DeWitts.html


Early New Brunswick (Canada) Probate Records, 1785-1835 by  R. Wallace Hale

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hale-Probates.html


A Line of Descent - French Huguenot Emigré, André Lamoreaux, 1660-1706 by Carl Smith  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Smith-Carl.html
LOTS OF INFORMATION ON NEW BRUNSWICK ANCESTORS


VITAL STATISTICS FROM NEW BRUNSWICK NEWSPAPERS by Daniel Johnson.
Probably only 30 complete sets of the 102 volumes were published privately by the late Daniel Johnson of New Brunswick.
Thus this complete set of 102 volumes  is  a rare find http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Vital-Stats.html
Also
78 volumes from 1 (1784) to 78 (1890).  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Vital-Stats.html
GREAT FIND FOR THE PERSON DOING GENEALOGY WHO DOES NOT HAVE ACCESS TO THE INTERNET - SELLING REALLY CHEAP - CAN BE PICKED UP IN SAINT JOHN


The Glorious Story of the Fighting 26th - New Brunswick’s One infantry Unit in the Greatest War of All Ages  Gould  and Smith  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Glorious-26th.html


Gone to Yacht: A Pictorial History of Sailing on the St. John River by Herman Sullivan MD
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Sullivan-Yacht.html


THE NEW BRUNSWICK GENEALOGIST VOL 1 and II   by Daniel Johnson 
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-NBGEN.html


Fishing in the Miramichi by Wayne Curtis http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Miramichi-Fishing.html


The Boy Who Was Bullied” John Peters Humphrey - Drafter of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights by Anne Huestis Scott. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Humphrey.html


LIGHTS AND SHADOWS OF EIGHTY YEARS - AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY - BY REV JOSHUA N. BARNES who was born in the Parish of Greenwich, Kings County, New Brunswick on the seventh day of June in the year of our Lord 1830 - the eldest son of Joshua  Barnes, and the grandson of  James Barnes who came to this country in 1782 from White Plains, New York bringing with him a family of eight children. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Barnes.html


Antique Furniture by New Brunswick Craftsmen  by Huia G Ryder
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Furniture-Ryder.html


The Spirit of Sussex New Brunswick Volume 1 and  The Spirit of Sussex, New Brunswick
Volume 2 - COMMUNITY LEADERS
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Spirit-Sussex.html



HISTORIC BUILDINGS OF SUSSEX, NEW BRUNSWICK

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Sussex-Buildings.html



Mysterious Stranger by Walter Bates, Esquire Sheriff of Kings County, New Brunswick. A true story of Henry More Smith, the most remarkable prisoner ever detained in a jail in New Brunswick. Henry More Smith  was arrested and lodged in the Kingston goal on July 24, 1814  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Mysterious-Stranger.html


Terror - Murder and Panic in New Brunswick - May-November, 1989 by Rick MacLean and Andre Veniot
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Terror.html

TERROR'S END - The complete story of New Brunswick's Serial Killer - Allan Legere on Trial by Rick MacLean, Andre Veniot & Shaun Waters.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Terror-End.html

The Miramichi Axe Murder
- Was Robbie Cunningham the Scapegoat for Allan Legere?
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Miramichi-Axe-Murder.html

Murder at McDonald's - The Killers Next Door by Phonse Jessome
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Jessome.html

THE RECTORY MURDER - The Mysterious crime that shocked Turn-of-the-Century New Brunswick
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Rectory-Murder.html



We, the undersigned by Elspeth Tulloch. A Historical Overview of New Brunswick Women's Political and Legal Status 1784-1984. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-undersigned.html


LIGHTS AND SHADOWS OF EIGHTY YEARS - AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY - BY REV JOSHUA N. BARNES who was born in the Parish of Greenwich, Kings County, New Brunswick on the seventh day of June in the year of our Lord 1830 - the eldest son of Joshua  Barnes, and the grandson of  James Barnes who came to this country in 1782 from White Plains, New York bringing with him a family of eight children. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Barnes.html


Large collection of Atlantic Advocates - contact rmcusack@nbnet.nb.ca


Knocks at our Door by Winnifred Conrad Thompson  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Knocks.html


The Great Maritime Detective: the Exploits and Adventures of the Notorious Peachie Carrol  by Monica Carroll. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-PEACHIE.html



OVER THE PORTAGE - Early History of the Upper Miramichi by William R. MacKinnon  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Mackinnon.html


The Autiobiography of Ashley Bowen 1728-1813 edited by Daniel Vickers.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Vickers.html


THE VILLAGE IN THE VALLEY - A HISTORY OF STANLEY, NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA AND VICINITY - Researched and compiled by Velma Kelly.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Village-Valley-Stanley.html


HISTORY OF THE PARISH OF STANLEY AND ITS FAMOUS FAIR by Rev. Frank Baird 
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Stanley.html


THAT THE PAST MAY LIVE (Tales of my childhood and youth in Stanley, New Brunswick) by Martha V. Johnston.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Johston-Stanley.html


Merchant Princes: Halifax's First Family of Finance, Ships, and Steel by James D. Frost.    http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Stairs-Family.html



From the Voices of Nurses An Oral History of Newfoundland Nurses Who Graduated Prior to 1950 by Beaton, Marilyn & Walsh, Jeanette http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Nurses-Newfoundland.html



If we are spared to each other: Love and faith against the sea : the diary of Annie Rogers Butler and letters of Captain John Kendrick Butler  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Simpson.html


PEOPLE AND PLACES I NEW BRUNSWICK by Esther Clark Wright      http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Wright-Places.html


A Rebel Redeemed by Philip B Turner   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Turner-Rebel.html


Marie-Anne Et Georges: L’Histoire De Notre Famille - THE HISTORY OF THE POIRIER AND LAVOIE FAMILIES 1600-1964 by Betty Jean Pollard. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Pollard.html


Brightening the Corner Where You Are - The Story of Saint John Energy, 1922-2002 by David Goss.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Goss-Energy.html


MIDDLEMORE MEMORIES by Michael Anthony Staples http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Staples-Middlemore.html





Urban Renewal Saint John: A City Transformed by Brenda  Peters McDermott, chronicles the urban renewal era — 1950s to 1980s — in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-UrbanRenewal.html


Share & Care: The Story of the Nova Scotia Home for Colored Children by Charles R. Saunders
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Saunders-Share-Care.html


HISTORY OF ST. PAUL'S UNITED CHURCH SUSSEX, NB
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Sussex-St-Pauls.html


The McKay Motor Car - Nova Scotia's First Production Car by William H. McCurdy -Car built in 1911
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-McKay-Car.html


Together In Exile by Peter Murphy  traces  a group of Irish emigrants from County Louth who settled in Lower Cove (South End of) Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada in the 19th century.  A product of eleven years of research in Canada, the United States and Ireland by Peter Murphy.  It is a highly praised genealogical work.  Now out-of-print and hard to find and much sought after.http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Together-Murphy.html 


West Side Stories - People, History and Local Lore from West Saint John by David Goss.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Goss-West.html


Canadian Blood, American Soil The story of Canada's contribution to the American Civil War by Jim Cougle.

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Cougle.html


Travelogue to the British Conquest and American Revolution in New Brunswick by Hannah Holland.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Holland-Travelogue-British-Conquest.html


All Our Born Days  - A Lively History of New Brunswick's Kingston Peninsula - by Doris Calder. 
 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Calder-Kingston.html


Trinity the Story of the United Church of Canada, Hartland N.B. by John Glass
      http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Trinity-Hartland.html


"The Central United Baptist Church at Saint John, N.B. 1850-1950" (Brussels Street United Baptist and Leinster Street United Baptist Churches of Saint John)
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-prebble.html


 Keeping the Home Fires Burning: A Story of Fredericton, New Brunswick in World War II by Ruth Scott
 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Scott-Fires.html


The Loyalists of New Brunswick by Esther Clark Wright  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Wright-LoyalistsNB.html


WINDS OF CHANGE - A History of the Town of Chatham (1920-1994) by Gail MacMillan
 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Winds.html


Looking Back - A History of Bay du Vin, New Brunswick  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Bay-du-Vin.html


The Road To Norton” by Lillas Reid  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Norton.html


BY FAVOURABLE WINDS - A HISTORY OF CHATHAM, NEW BRUNSWICK BY JAMES A FRASER. 
 
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Fraser-Chatham.html


A View of Woodstock: Historic Homes of the Nineteenth Century - text by Allison Connell http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Connell-Woodstock.html



 


“R. H. Nicholson  - Painter and Man of God” by Jean Elizabeth S. Irving
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Nicholson.html 



Ghost Stories of the Maritimes by Vernon Oickle http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Oickle.html





TSUNAMI - The Newfoundland Tidal Wave by Maura Hanrahan of 1929

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Tsunami.html



Red Coat Diaries: True Stories from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Edited by Cst Aaron Sheedy

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-red-coat.html



Images of Canada  St. George and Its Neighbours by David Goss and Elizabeth Toy

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Goss-George.html



JOYS OF TEACHING by Winnifred Conrad Thomson   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Teaching-Thomson.html


HAUNTED -TALES OF THE UNEXPLAINED by Edith Mosher   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-mosher-haunted.html


  THE HERMIT OF GULLY LAKE - THE LIFE AND TIMES OF WILLARD HITCHENER MacDONALD by Joan Baxter
 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Gully.html


Europe's Greatest World-War by Thomas H. Russell   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Russell-War.html


Chronicle of Irish Emigration to Saint John, New Brunswick 1847 by J. Elizabeth Cushing, Teresa Casey and Monica Robertson. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Irish-Emig.html





Reflections - The Story of Hampton’ by David Keirstead  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Reflections-Hampton.html


ON BOTH SIDES OF THE LAW by Hugh H. Corkum - The exciting personal story of a former rum-runner and flamboyant police chief. 
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Corkum.html


LOOKING BACK AT ST. MARTINS, NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA - Compiled and created by the St. Martins Community Access Centre in 1998 - soft cover - 75 pages with more than 200 black and white pictures.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-StMartins-LookingBack.html


Saint John Vocational School: In Retrospect - 1926 - 1997  by  Faye Somers http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Voc.html



LEGENDS OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND by F. H. MacArthur  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-PEI-LEGENDS.html


Memoirs of a Cape Breton Doctor  - Dr. C. Lamont MacMillan began his practice as a company doctor in 1928, serving the area around Badeck, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. In the course of his forty years of service, he travelled the length and breadth of the island, through all sorts of weather. The events of which he writes covers a time span of more than a hundred years. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-MacMillan.html


BODIES IN THE BACKYARD - Noel Winters - Canada's Frenzy Slayer - A True Account by Brian O'Neill
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Bodies.html


Loggieville - Child of Miramichi (New Brunswick, Canada) by  James A. Fraser (1973) relates details on events that were held in the community as well as information on the early settlers, fires, epidemics, quarantine station, sawmills, smelt fishing, name change, developing years, railway, businesses, education and much more. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Loggieville.html


Life on the Miramichi by Clayton stanley Stewart - The autobiography of a logger, outdoorsman, outfitter, hunting and salmon fishing guide on the Miramichi River in central New Brunswick, a pioneer of the area - a collection of old guide stories, some of his poetry, photographs, his involvement with the Miramichi Salmon Association, even his logging camp recipes - great tall tales too. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Stewart-Miramichi.html


You're On The Miramichi - William T. Griffin who was born near Stanley, York County, NB in 1881.  He married Mary Elizabeth Gordon in 1903. His death occurred in 1974. Largely self-educated, an avid reader, and an inherent nature lover, he developed an early habit of recording anecdotes and incidents arising from his life and experiences as trapper, guide and woodsman.A great addition to the bookshelf of the woodsman or those interested in the Miramichi.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Miramichi.html


 SONGS OF THE MIRAMICHI by Louise Manny and James Reginald Wilson -  HOOFPRINTS ON THE SHEET - New Brunswick Short Stories by Herb Curtis - You're On the Miramichi by William T. Griffin - and several other books with reference to the Miramichi.   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Miramichi-Books.html


Indiantown - A town forgotten by Richard Burke   -A section of the north end of the present day City of Saint John, New Brunswick was called Indiantown since it was here the Indians had a house to sell their furs and to trade.  The book is introduced with a 1975 newspaper interview with Charlie Pitt - a barber of Indiantown who shares his knowledge of the area.   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Indiantown.html


LOYALIST FAMILIES by Cleadie B. Barnett and Elizabeth S. Sewell
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Loyalist-Families.html


Loyalists All  is a book of stories told by the descendants of 80 New Brunswick Loyalists
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Loyalists-All.html


LAST CANADIAN BEER -THE MOOSEHEAD STORY  by Harvey Sawler - "When Sussannah Oland began brewing in her Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, backyard in the 1860's, she couldn't have foreseen the legacy she was leaving to her family. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Sawler.html


Atlantic Harbors: Where History Meets Legend in the Telling of Unusual Tales by  Roland H. Sherwood
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Sherwood-Harbors.html 


Family Tree Pedigree Chart - Thomas Grimmer married Lydia Wey (chart circa 1932) http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Grimmer-Chart.html


New Kincardineshire - An Intimate History of the Early Years of a Scottish Settlement in New Brunswick - by Duncan A. MacPhail.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Kincardineshire.html


PLANTERS AND PIONEERS - NOVA SCOTIA, 1749 TO 1775 (Revised edition -second printing 1982 - first printing was in 1978) by Esther Clark Wright.   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Wright-Planters.html


 Pax Vobis - A History of the Diocese of Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada - its Bishops and Parishes by Rev. Dr. Michael McGowan published in 2004 - Read more about the publication at  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Pax-Vobis.html


DAYS OF OLD - A HISTORY OF FREDERICTON JUNCTION 
by Katherine Dewitt and Norma Alexander
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Fredericton-Junction.html


Early Schools of Kings County, New Brunswick. Published by the Kings County Retired Teachers' Association. Printed in 1983.  This 272 page  book contains information on 180 schools of Kings County. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Kings-School.html


A Line of Descent - French Huguenot Emigré, André Lamoreaux, 1660-1706 by Carl Smith  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Smith-Carl.html
Damaged cover.


Indiantown - A town forgotten by Richard Burke   -A section of the north end of the present day City of Saint John, New Brunswick was called Indiantown since it was here the Indians had a house to sell their furs and to trade.  The book is introduced with a 1975 newspaper interview with Charlie Pitt - a barber of Indiantown who shares his knowledge of the area.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Indiantown.html


History of the Town of Lancaster, Massachusetts - From the First Settlement to the Present Time 1643 - 1879 by Rev. Abijah P. Marvin - published in 1879. 798 pages. NOT A REPRINT http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Lancaster-Mass.html


The Workbasket - a monthly handcraft magazine. There are 4 copies of the WORKBASKET from the 1950s - one being June 1957, Volume 22, Number 9 by Sullivan, Mary Ida (ed).  Patterns in this issue include: Crocheted Beverage Set; Crocheted Baby Bib; Daisey Doily (crochet); Knitted Golf Mitts; Necklace with Rhinestones to Tat; Hardanger Embroider etc. There are 31 copies of the WORKBASKET from the 1960s filled with crocheting, knitting and tatting instructions and many recipes as well as tips for the gardener.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Workbasket-1960.html


THE REAL KLONDIKE KATE - THE STORY OF KATHERINE RYAN - HEROINE OF THE CANADIAN NORTH - FRIEND TO ROBERT SERVICE - ONE OF THE FIRST WOMEN TO CROSS THE STIKINE TRAIL BY T. ANN BRENNAN
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Klondike-Kate.html


WORKBASKET and Home Arts Magazine - a monthly handcraft magazine
26 copies of the magazine WORKBASKET and Home Arts Magazine - a monthly handcraft magazine from the 1970's includes directions and patterns for knitting, crocheting, cooking etc.

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Workbasket-1970.html


DAYS OF OLD - A HISTORY OF FREDERICTON JUNCTION - Available  by Katherine Dewitt and Norma Alexander
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Fredericton-Junction.html


A small New Testament with metal clasp and edging - possibly brass- published 1865 - M.CCC.LXV  - Inside front cover  "A Reward of Merit" Presented by St Stephen's Church - rest is missing.  On inside of back cover "Roberta Nicholson - Newcastle"http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-New-Testament.html


Listing of books dealing with Church Histories and Ministers
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Churches.html


JEROME - SOLVING THE MYSTERY OF NOVA SCOTIA'S SILENT CASTAWAY BY FRASER MOONEY JR.
On September 8, 1863, a stranger whose legs had been amputated above the knee was found on the beach of Sandy Cove, on the coast of the Bay of Fundy. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Jerome.html


CANADIAN MILITIA DRESS REGULATIONS 1907  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-militia-dress.html



Advertising Catalogue - PUBLIC AUCTION FROM  THE COLLECTION OF THE LATE WILLIAM C. Van HORNE  held at St Andrews, March 1977 by Russell L. Bond 
 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book- van-horne.html


IT HAPPENED IN NEW BRUNSWICK - ALL NEW STORIES FROM DAVID GOSS   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-gossnb.html


 More Maritime Mysteries - everyone has a story by Bill Jesome  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Jessome-Bill.html


BEST MARITIME SHORT STORIES  edited by George Peabody   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Peabody-G.html


Naming Canada - Stories About Place Names From Canadian Geographic by Alan Rayburn
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-naming-canada.html


GRIN AND SHARE IT  by Ruby Colwell - illustrated by Ray Butler   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Colwell-R.html


MEMORIES OF SANDY POINT, ST. GEORGE'S BAY, NEWFOUNDLAND by Phyllis Pieroway from stories told by Charles Warren Pieroway http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-pieroway.html


The Acadians of Nova Scotia - Past and Present - by Sally Ross and Alphonse Deveau - published 1992 - used in good condition - 214 pages - A study of Acadian communities, from the early French settlement through to the present. The Chapters are: The Foundation of Acadie; The Heartland: 1636 - 1755; The Deportation: 1755 - 1763; The Return: The Acadians Start All Over Again: Argyle; Clare; Minudie Nappan and Maccan; Cheticamp; Isle Madame; Pomquet Tracadie and Havre-Boucher; Chezzetcook; Choices and Challenges: Acadians in Nova Scotia Today; followed by a bibliography and an index. The authors examine the history of the Expulsion - the Grand Délangement - that began in 1755 and trace the return of the Acadians and their settlement in seven areas of the province. Book 8244  $14.95 plus $10.00 shipping and handling within North America. HOLD Sep HofNS


Pier 21: The Gateway That Changed Canada  

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Pier.html



A SELECTION OF POEMS  FROM THE WRITINGS OF DR. MANFRED H. MacDONALD, HAMPSTEAD, New Brunswickprinted by Barnes, St John, N.B. in 1909  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Manfred-MacDonald.html


Locked In, Locked Out  by Shawn Jennings, M.D., an autobiographical account of his battle to recover from brain-stem stroke. Dr. Jennings is a Saint John, New Brunswick physician
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-jennings.html





STORIES I'VE BEEN TOLD - THE MARITIME STORYTELLERS OF CBC'S WEEKEND MORNING  by Brian Sutcliffee  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-sutcliffe.html


THE HISTORY OF NEW JERUSALEM  by Annie Elder - privately printed in 1953 - first printing. Stapled paper covers. 97 pages. Some shelf and handling wear plus some creases on a few pages. Rare Find - $156.00 plus $8.00 shipping and handling. Contact rmcusack@nbnet.nb.ca  (J)


  BACK AT ST. MARTINS, NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA - Compiled and created by the St. Martins Community Access Centre in 1998 - soft cover - 75 pages with more than 200 black and white pictures.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-StMartins-LookingBack.html


"The Ships of St. Martins" by Esther Clark Wright http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Wright-St-Martins.html


The History of Marysville by Douglas Damon Pond - private  printing 1983 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Marysville.html


Together In Exile by Peter Murphy  traces  a group of Irish emigrants from County Louth who settled in Lower Cove (South End of) Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada in the 19th century.  A product of eleven years of research in Canada, the United States and Ireland by Peter Murphy.  It is a highly praised genealogical work.  Now out-of-print and hard to find and much sought after.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Together-Murphy.html  


Moncton’s Catholic Roots - An Illustrated History of St. Bernard’s Church by Leo J. Hynes.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Moncton-Hynes.html              


Indiantown - A town forgotten by Richard Burke   -A section of the north end of the present day City of Saint John, New Brunswick was called Indiantown since it was here the Indians had a house to sell their furs and to trade.  The book is introduced with a 1975 newspaper interview with Charlie Pitt - a barber of Indiantown who shares his knowledge of the area.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Indiantown.html


Life at Leighwood - The Doctors' Home Main Street  1882 - 1982 in O'Leary Prince Edward Island  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Leighwood.html


On Earth as it is in Heaven - Gothic Revival Churches of Victorian New Brunswick’ by Gregg Finley and Lynn Wigginton, published in 1995, explores the legacy of New Brunswick’s churches and examines the architecture and furnishings of the 19th century houses of God.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-OnEarth-Heaven.html


A Place Called Pointe Du Chene; An Informal History 1686-1974 by John Edward Belliveau.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Pointe-du-chene.html


You're On the Miramichi by William T. Griffin - SONGS OF THE MIRAMICHI by Louise Manny and James Reginald Wilson -  HOOFPRINTS ON THE SHEET - New Brunswick Short Stories by Herb Curtis  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Miramichi-Books.html


Faces of Fate The Evacuation of Children from Great Britain During World War II by Debi van de Weil.  From 1938 to 1942, those with money privately evacuated from Great Britain mostly to Canada and the United States ,,....on September 3, 1939, approximately 2 million civilian evacuee children were herded like cattle to to somewhere in the UK with complete strangers - plan did not work out ... 3,000 children were sent to Canada, New Zealand. Australia or South Africa. Actually 253 children were sent privately to Canada ... approximately 5,000 more children left for Canada in 1940 and another 458 in 1941. 
Contact rmcusack@nbnet.nb.ca


Those Days Are Gone Away - Queens County - New Brunswick 1643-1901
by Marion Gilchrist Reicker.  
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Reicker-Days.html



"THE MONCTONIANS" by J E Belliveau. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Monctonians.html


Indiantown - A town forgotten by Richard Burke   -A section of the north end of the present day City of Saint John, New Brunswick was called Indiantown since it was here the Indians had a house to sell their furs and to trade.  The book is introduced with a 1975 newspaper interview with Charlie Pitt - a barber of Indiantown who shares his knowledge of the area.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Indiantown.html


Les Defricheurs D'eau http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Les-Defricheurs-D'eau.html


Facial Expressions of Home by Sherrill Chown - Gibbon Mountain, Pearsonville, Collina, Watson, Upper Springfield, Snider, Lester and the New Road http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-chown-facial-expresions.html


A Light in the Valley 1840 - 1990 - Collina, New Brunswick by the  Historical Committee of the Collina United Baptist Church. Several pictures - interesting book   Book  8205 - former owner's name written and stamped in several places. Book  is in good condition. $ 39.95 plus $8.00 shipping within North America.  Contact rmcusack@nbnet.nb.ca





Backward Glances at Sunbury and Queens County (New Brunswick) By F. A. McGrand, M.D.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-McGrand.html



 RED SOIL - A PEI SOLDIER'S LIFE AT THE FRONT - Felix (LeRoy) Perry. 89 pages - sticker residue on cover otherwise in good condition - A very touching story.published 2000.  Book 8206 $14.95 plus $7.00 shipping within North America. Contact rmcusack@nbnet.nb.ca


Book D-120 Searle, Eva, 100 YEARS MORE OR LESS. Vol II only in good condition, $10.00. plus shipping of $6.00. Very interesting stories from her radio scripts in Fredericton. Published 1973
Book 8205 100 YEARS MORE OR LESS. Vol II by Eva Searle - fair conditin - $5.00 plus  $6.00 shipping
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War on the Home Front (Volume 7 in the New Brunswick Heritage Series) - The Farm Diaries of Daniel MacMillan 1914-1927 edited by Bill Parenteau and Stephen Dutcher. Published 2006 - soft cover - 109 pages - as new.  Book  8204  $19.95 plus $8.00 shipping within North America. Contact rmcusack@nbnet.nb.ca


Atlantic Outposts by Harry Thurston. Soft cover 192 pages - good condition.  Book 8203  $14.95 plus $10.00 shipping within North America.  Contact rmcusack@nbnet.nb.ca


Land of the Loyalists - Their struggle to shape the Maritimes by Ronald Rees. Book 8202 $24.95 plus $10.00 shipping within North America- good cndition - published in  2000 - 146 pages - soft cover


NOT YOUR AVERAGE "JOE" by Linda M. Aiton. Signed copy. A daughter's biography of her father ( Alfred Tait of New Brunswick) which includes extensive entries from his diary during the war years. Soft cover - 587 pages. As new. Book # 8200 #24.95 plus $12.00 shipping within North America.


Pioneer Settlers of the Bay of Chaleur in the nineteenth and twentieth Century by Margaret M. Hunter
 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hunter-Bay-Chaleur.html


BLOW UP THE TRUMPET IN THE NEW MOON by DOUGLAS HOW - Signed by author to" a good partner and good friend".  copyright 1993 - paperback - used book in good condition - 246 pages. Book # 8199 #19.95 plus $12.00 shipping within North America.


A TASTE OF DOWN HOME - RECIPES AND FOLKLORE FROM BARACHOIS De MALBAIE et ses ENVIRONS. Coil bound -  10 pages - good condition - In Loving Memory of Mary Chicoyne  1910 - 1999, Barachois  West, Gaspe. Book # 8197  $14.95 plus $11.00 shipping within North America.


Don  Messer - The Man Behind the Music by Johanna Bertin - soft cover - 280 pages - published 2009. -
Book # 8195    $12.95 plus $11.00 shipping within North America - As new
Book # 8196    $12.95 plus $11.00 shipping within North America - As new


Quarantine - What is Old is New - Halifax and the Lawlor's Island Quarantine Station: 1866 - 1938 by Ian Arthur Cameron, M.D - soft cover - 206 pages - good condition - 2007 reprint -  Book # 8194 $12.95 plus $10.00 shipping within North America.


Emily Walker's A COOKS TOUR OF NOVA ACOTIA. COIL BINDING. Book # 8193  $14.95 plus $9.00 shipping within North America.


Book # 8192 $14.95 plus $12.00 shipping within North America    My Grandfather's Cape Breton by Clive Doucet.  Used in good condition - soft cover


Best Maritime Short Stories  edited by George Peabody  - several authors.  Book # 8191 $12.95 plus shipping of $12.00 within North America. Used book.





WOOD AND STONE - PICTOU, NOVA SCOTIA. Drawings by L B Jensen - Text by the Pictou Heritage Society.  Plastic spiral binding. Second printing 1973. Good Condition.  Book 8189 $19.95 pus $12.00 shipping within North America


HISTORIC BRIDGETOWN BY WARREN ALLEYNE - Published by the Barbados National Trust  1978. Book 8187 $14.95 plus $6.00 shipping within North America.


THE ST JOHN RIVER VALLEY - BEAUTIFUL COLOURED PHOTOS. Hard cover - dust jacket - almost as new (1981)  Book 8186  $14.95 plus $12.00 shiping within North America.


For a Limited time ANY "Four BOOKS" by Dorothy Dearborn CAN BE PURCHASED FOR $40.00 with $14.00 shipping charge within North America http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Dearborn.html 


COLLECTIONS OF THE NEW BRUNSWICK HISTORICAL SOCIETY  NO 20  1971 - THE FIRST COURTS AND EARLY JUDGES OF NEW BRUNSWICK - THE HOUSE OF THE HONOURABLE CHARLES SIMONDS BY LOUISE BANVILLE -   THE RESTORATION OF THE THREE LAMPS AT REEDS POINT (SAINT JOHN) - JARED TOZER THE POST REVOLUTIONARY YEARS BY W D HAMILTON  -   FOOTPRINTS OF BENEDICT ARNOLD, AND OTHERS. Book # 8184 - very good condition - $14.95 plus $8.00 shipping within North America.


“Petitcodiac: A Village History” by John Burrows  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-burrows.html


CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL,  Fredericton - A History by Robert L. Watson - Good Condition  - 64 pages.  Book # 8182 and Book # 8183  - $9.95 each plus $5.00 shipping within North America or will combine shipping..


EAST RIVERSIDE - KINGSHURST - AN HISTORICAL SKETCH  by Nancy Allison Glennie      http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Kingshurst.html


The Vanished Village” - Jewett’s Mills, N.B. by Evelyn Gordon and Harry Grant (1972)
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Vanished.html


Life of the Loyalists by Rosemary Neering - I assume this had been a teacher's guide with stories and projects. GREAT FOR HOME SCHOOLING THE ELEMENTARY STUDENT. Book # 8181 $12.95 plus $6.00 shipping within North America.(Stamped by former school) HOLD Sep HofNS


The Evil That Men Do  - Ten New Brunswic, Canada stories on justice and the application of the law, including the province's first and last hangings by B.J. Grant (1993)  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Evil.html


Both Sides of the Wire - The Fredericton Internment Camp by Ted Jones -   Two volumes. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Jones-Wire.html


THE FIRST FEW WARS ARE THE WORST by John F Kieth.  Several pictures of Corn Hill, New Brunswick  people were John Kieth grew up. Book 8178 - former owner's name in book, signed by author - very good condition $14.95 plus $ 12.00 shipping within North America.  244 pages - soft cover


The Ordeal of John Gyles: Being an Account of his Odd Adventures, Strange Deliverances and as a Slave of the Maliseets by Stuart Trueman.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Gyles.html 
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Trueman.html


The Little Immigrants - The Orphans Who Came to Canada by Kenneth Bagnell - Soft Cover shows nicks - interior in good condition. #8055 $14.95 plus $12.00 shipping within North America. Contact rmcusack@nbnet.nb.ca


A Full House and Fine Singing - Diaries and Letters of Sadie Harper Allen by Mary Biggar Peck
 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-full-house.html


Saint John's North End by Harold E. Wright and Paul James.  Published 1997.  128 pages with two pictures on most pages. If you are or were a North Ender - this is a book of scenes of days of the past of people, business, sports that you will enjoy. Contact rmcusack@nbnet.nb.ca


PEOPLE OF NOVA SCOTIA  - Introductoin to 30 world cultures in Nova Acotia with personal stories, poems and viewpoints by Multicultural Association. Used book - 8179 $14.95 plus $12.00 shipping and handling.


MOUNT CARLETON WILDERNESS - New Brunswick's Unknown North by M E Shaw (1987) hard covered with dust jacket in as new condition. Personal note by the author to a friend. Several beautiful  older black and white pictures of the Tobique area. 101 pages - Book 8175 $29.95 plus $13.00 shipping within North America. Contact rmcusack@nbnet.nb.ca


Ina of Grand Manan - A Stranger from Away by Ina Small and Ernie Mutimer
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Ina.html


150 YEARS OF CARING - The Continuing History of Canada’s Oldest Mental Health Facility (Saint John, New Brunswick)  by David Goss http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Lunatic.html


TALES OF LONEWATER FARM - New Brunswick's Home for Alcoholics by Major Edis Flewelling.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Lonewater-Farm.html


New Brunswick's Fighting 26th Battalion. A History of the 26th New Brunswick Battalion, C. E. F.  1914-1919  by S. Douglas MacGowan, Harry (Mac) Heckbert and Byron O'Leary.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-26th-Battalion.html


THE EASTERN PANTHER - MYSTERY CAT OF THE APPALACHIANS by Gerry Parker - contains some spine-chilling accounts of encounters.  210 pages 1998 publication - very good condition.  #8044  $19.95 plus$10.00 shiping within North America contact rmcusack@nbnet.nb.ca





Historic Bathurst on the Bay of Chaleur by A J  McCarthy http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-HISTORIC-BATHURST.html


RAILWAYS OF NEW BRUNSWICK -  A HISTORY by Dan Soucoup  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Soucoup-Railways.html


"SHOWMAN - The Russ Whitebone Story". 1986. His own story that follows his career from carnival circuit of the 1920s - when he performed as "Baby Russell, World's Youngest Trapese Artiste" through the war years in Europe, where he travelled as an Army Show ventriloquist and comedian. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Whitebone.html


Sons of the Hector by Leonard Reid.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-sons-hector.html


TODD MATCHETT - Confessions of a Young Criminal - The Story Behind Allan Legere and the Murder at Black River Bridge by Raymond Fraser - from the memoirs of Todd Matchett - as new - published 1994 - 155 pages
# 8039  $35.00 plus $10.00 shipping within North America.- contact rmcusack@nbnet.nb.ca



THE HISTORY OF GERMAIN STREET BAPTIST CHURCH - St. John, N.B - (New Brunswick) - For its first one hundred years  1810-1910 published in Saint John in 1910. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Germain.html


Legend of Wood Island by Dearborn, Dorothy
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-DEARBORN-WOOD-ISLAND.html


Eleanor Wilson Graham and John Currie MacMichael gathered stories about farming, schools, churches, winter roads, the Chivari, the Wizard of the Glen, etc., as well as a large amount of genealogical information for their 295 page publication, ‘West Branch Days 1826 - 1989'
 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-West-Branch-Days.html


250 RCAF (Saint John) Air Force Association of Canada published We That Are Left Remember: New Brunswickers in the Air Force, edited by Valerie Evans, a collection of memories of those who flew through the clouds to serve their country.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Air-Force.html


BRICKLIN  by H A Fredericks and Allan Chambers. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Bricklin.html





TRUE CANADIAN WAR STORIES From Legion Magazine  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-War.html





Fortress Saint John - An illustrated Military History 1640 to 1985 of Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada by Harold E Wright and Byron E O'Leary with rare black and white photographs of batteries, barracks, hospitals, and many other sites. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Fortress-2.html


Nine Micmac Legends by Alden Nowlan - illustrated by Shirley Bear.56 pages.- eighth printing 1990. Book 8172 $7.99 plus $4.00 shipping and handling within North America.


Campobello: Roosevelt's "Beloved Island" - photographs and text by Stephen O. Muskie   (1982) hard cver with dust jacket. 128 pages. Used book  Book 8173 $14.95 plus $10.00 shipping within North America - features: Linnea Calder - Mazie Mathews - Asa Brown - Evelyn Morrell - Rev Frances Mabey - Morris & Varne Fletcher - Bud Mitchell - Rad Pike


Robert Le Blant  - Seminal Researcher and Historian of Early New France. A Commented Bibliography by M A MacDonald. Published  in 1986 by the New Brunswick Museum. 60 pages written in both French  and English. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-leBlant.html


Traditions Decorative - Micmac & Maliseet  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Micmac.html


ACADIENSIS  - A QUARTERLY DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF THE MARITIME PROVINCES OF CANADA  - April 1907 Volume VII  Number 2
 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Acadiensis-1907.html
January 1908  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Acadiensis-1908.html


The Bloomfield Area Rememberedincludes Warneford, Central Norton, Guthrie Road, Dickie Mountain, Bloomfield Station, Bloomfield Ridge and Passekeag.
 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Bloomfield.html


Records of the Reverend James Gray, Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada 1857 -1898.  A facsimile copy of the original journal with an added Index
 
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Gray.html


"Ice Out Past My House" The Diary of Azor Hoyt: A King's County Loyalist. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Azor-Hoyt.html


MISCOU - INDEX des NAISSANCES et BAPTEMES 1903 - 1945.  INDEX des MARIAGES 1903-1922. INDEX des DECES 1903-1922 - Victor Chiasson  - June 1992.  Good condtion - 162 pages. (one copy)  Book 8008  $ 24.95 plus $10.00 shipping within North America. E-mail rmcusack@nbnet.nb.ca  Will combine shipping of books








Genealogie des familles MALLET, MALLAIS, MALLEY  descendants de Jean a Francois Mallet  Aout 1996 - 141 pages plus 47 page index - cerlox binding.  Book 8004  $ 39.95 plus $12.00 shipping within North America. E-mail rmcusack@nbnet.nb.ca  Will combine shipping. (one copy)


Les Mazerolle en Amerique - The Mazerolles in America -Vol 5 Pokemouche/Ste-Rose - Bilingual - coil binding - 140 pages - index -  good condition.  Book 8003  $35.00 plus  $10.00 shipping. E-mail rmcusack@nbnet.nb.ca  Will combine shipping. (one copy)


Les Mazerolle en Amerique - The Mazerolles in America -Vol I - Bilingual - coil binding - 204 pages - index - good condition.  Book 8002  $45.00 plus  $12.00 shipping. E-mail rmcusack@nbnet.nb.ca      Will combine shipping.


La Société historique acadienne - Les Cahiers  Vol 25 n 2 et 3  Avril-septembre 1994  - La Genealogue Des Trente-Sept Families  Hostess Des <<Retrouvailles 94>> by Stephen A. White   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-White25.html  (one copy)


Pierre Frigault et Josette Bouthillier de Caraquet  et Leurs Descendants by Jean-Guy Frigault (one copy)
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Frigault.html


Sussex and Vicinity - Grace Aiton.   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Sussex.html


Reprints of Ruth Winona Grant’s books  - Now and Then - Bel Viso, The Historic Present -The Grant Connexion and  The Grant Connexion Addendum see http://www.rubycusack.com/issue524.html


MORE UP COUNTRY MEMORIES by Diane Bormke & Linda Aiton with many pictures and stories about how it used to be along the Lower St. John River, New Brunswick, Canada http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Bormke.html


Those Days Are Gone Away - Queens County - New Brunswick 1643-1901 by Marion Gilchrist Reicker.   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Reicker-Days.html


FIRE ON THE WATER - An Anthology of Black Nova Scotian Writing - Volume One - edited by George Elliott Clarke (1991)  Early and Modern Writers 1785-1935
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Clarke-Fire.html



Summary of the Returns of a Death on Application for a Burial Permit - Local Board of Health for the City of Saint John. 
Volume 1 (1899)  Volume 2 (1890)  Volume 3 ( 1891) Volume 4 (1892) - Burial Permits were issued for the City Of Saint John if a person died in the city, buried in the city or the body passed through the city.  Hundreds of names.  (Information on a burial permit may include date and place of death, place of burial, cause of death, birthplace, age, marital status, occupation, spouse, father and father’s birthplace)
Book Set 536.  4 Volume set  $25.00 Canadian plus shipping  of $15.00 within North America. Contact  Ruby Hold Sep HofNS


Book 5001 "The Burial Records of the Church of England Cemetery" Saint John - New Brunswick by Lennox (Cappy) Bagnell  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Bagnell.html  


Bitter with the Sweet - New Brunswick 1604 - 1984 by Mary Peck. More info at http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-BitterWithSweet.html


"The Fennells of Manister, Co. Limerick, Eire"  P. D. Fennell has spent 15 + years exploring the travels and careers of the descendants of John Fennell to compile the book, "The Fennells of Manister, Co. Limerick, Eire". In his 300 page publication, he has chronicled a description and history of the village of Manister; the family's herculean task of converting a rocky, pine laden mountain in New Brunswick into a smooth running farm; many individual stories of Fennells and their spouses and has included over 200 photos. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Fennell.html








 Reuben Cohen - A Time to Tell - The Public Life of a Private Man by Reuben Cohen published 1998.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Cohen.html





THEY PLANTED WELL - NEW ENGLAND PLANTERS IN MARITIME CANADA - Edited by Margaret Conrad.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Conrad.html


Books 7085   Several BOOKS BY HELEN M PETCHEY  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Petchey.html


Book 7081  Diary of William McDougall - A Journal of Travel between New Brunswick, Canada and te Northwest Coast of America 1868-1872 - includes records of travel Wickham, New Brunswick and San Francisco, California - for more information contact rmcusack@nbnet.nb.ca . 26 pages.  Appears to have been published in the 1970s.. Limited to 300 copies - this being copy number 104 - first edition. $45.00 no shipping charge within North America. Good condition - former owners' names





Book 7078  PROPHET OF THE WILDERNESS - ABRAHAM GESNER by Allison Mitcham
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Prophet.html





"Passamaquoddy" - Genealogies of West Isles Families by Martha Ford Barto  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Passamaquoddy.html


FACTS AND FOLKLORE - TRACY AND LITTLE LAKE AREA New Brunswick, Canada) by Miriam L Philips  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Tracy.html


THE BELLIVEAU FAMILY 1645 - 1983 by J E Belliveau and some Legers, Pujolas and Anketell Connections
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Belliveau-Family.html


GENTLEMEN EMIGRANTS - FROM THE BRITISH PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO THE CANADIAN FRONTIER 
 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book- gentlemen-emigrants.html


Ned Brewster's Year in the Big Woods by Chauncey J Hawkins - first edition published September1912 by Little, Brown, and Company with 20 illustrations from photographs by the author - 291 pages.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Ned-Brewster.html


GREAT SHIPWRECKS AND CASTAWAYS - AUTHENTIC ACCOUNTS OF DISASTERS AT SEA - EDITED BY CHARLES NEIDER  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Neider.html


THE CANADIAN POCKET ENCYCLOPEDIA - 29TH YEAR OF PUBLICATION 1973-1974 EDITION - CANADIAN FACTS  
 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-pocketcanada.html


HIGHLANDS, NORTH CAROLINA . . . A WALK INTO THE PAST by Gert McIntosh http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-McIntosh.html


THE SCOTCH by John Kenneth Galbraith  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-THESCOTCH.html


More History with a Twist includes sixty more stories from Mr. Nova Scotia-Know-It-All including updates on previous tales and intriguing connections to the famous, and the infamous.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Nunn.html


CANADIAN FIDDLERS by Bill Guest . 1985.  Short biographical sketches of Canadian fiddlers, including many from Atlantic Canada.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Fiddlers.html


Descendants of George Kirkpatrick and Margaret Patterson compiled by Pauline Johnson - 639 pages.  First edition July 1997.  Soft cover. New Brunswick, Canada  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Kirkpatrick-Patterson.html


Milestones in Methodism - A History of Centenary - Queen Square United Church of Canada, Saint John, New Brunswick (Canada) 1791-1966.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Centenary.html



Gregory Clark War Stories - signed - hard cover - dust jacket in good condition - Book #8163 $14.95 plus $10.00 Shipping


Glimpses of the Past  by Michael Mackenzie - True Stories Old and New. Second Printing 1984. As new. Soft Cover. Book 8164  $14.95 plus $12.00 shipping within North America


Uncle Angus and the Canso Causeway by MacTavish Boo 8166   $12.95 plus $8.00 shipping within North America. - good condition - soft cover -  88 pages


DOUBLE EXPOSURE by Alden Knowlan  - Alden Nowlan examines everything from astronauts and junk food to tent revivals and Stompin Tom Connors in this fascinating collection of contemporary articles.166 pages. (1978) Soft Cover - Used book - Good condition. 8167 $14.95 plus $8.00 shipping within North America.





NEW BRUNSWICK Canada CENSUS Books  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-CENSUS.html





7055 - D  NOVA SCOTIA GENEALOGICAL SOURCES: COUNTY GUIDE SERIES, Provincial Archives of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Nova Scotia , 1989-90.  Saddle-stitched, 8½ x 11.  Sources and maps.
No. 2 - KINGS COUNTY (Wendy Thorpe), 16 pp.
No. 3 - LUNENBURG COUNTY (Philip Hartling), 20 pp.
No. 4 - PICTOU COUNTY (Allan C. Dunlop), 14pp.
No. 5 - ANNAPOLIS COUNTY (Wendy Thorpe), 21 pp.
No. 6 - COLCHESTER COUNTY (Allan C. Dunlop), 15 pp.
No. 8 - CITY OF HALIFAX (Garry Shutlak), 14pp. (2 copies)
All new. Total = 7 books   $15.00 plus $10.00 shipping and handling.


NOVA SCOTIA HISTORICAL REVIEW.  Successor to the N.S. Historical Quarterly.  Published twice annually, 1981-96.  Historical, biographical, genealogical, and other articles of continuing interest.  Approx. 150 pages per issue. Collection includes Vol. 9, No. 2 (1989), 10, No. 2 (1990), 11, No. 2 (1991), 12, No. 1 (1992), 13, Nos 1 & 2 (1993), 14, Nos 1 & 2 (1994), 15, Nos 1 & 2 (1995), and 16, Nos 1 & 2 (1996)  = 12 books. All in VG or fine condition.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-NS-Review.html


 Books by Hattie A Perry - THROUGH A HOLE IN THE FOG. - THIS WAS BARRINGTON - THESE STONES SHALL BE FOR A MEMORIAL - MRS MARY AND OTHERS: WOMEN OF  BARRINGTON - FINEST KIND AND OTHER SHORE LINES FROM MANLEY AND EXPERIENCE        http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Perry.html

OLD DAYS OLD WAYS - EARLY 20TH CENTURY - NOVA SCOTIA by Hattie A. Perry  - Good Condition - $19.95 plus $7.00 shipping. A GREAT BOOK!


MILITARY UNIFORMS / UNIFORMES MILITAIRES by David Ross.  New Brunswick Museum, Saint John, Canada.   A sampling of the N.B. Museum's uniform holdings for the period 1796 to 1960.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-uniforms.html


REDUCED  Books 4083 LA SOCIETE CANADIENNE D'HISTOIRE DE L'EGLISE CATHOLIQUE / CANADIAN CATHOLIC HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. Annual bilingual publications of a national society for the promotion of interest in Catholic history, founded in 1933.  28 volumes in good condition.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Canadian-Catholic.html


THE BIRDS OF NEW BRUNSWICK.  New Brunswick Museum, Saint John, N.B., 1976.  2nd ed., 221 pages., with b&w and color photos, foldout map, bibliography, and index.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Birds.html


 IMMIGRANTS IN THE NEW BRUNSWICK CENSUS OF 1851 by P. M.  Toner.   A list of the names of more than 15,000 Irish immigrants to New Brunswick showing year of entry, age as of 1851, religion, location in the province, and former county of residence in Ireland (when this fact was known).  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Toner.html


PIONEER FAMILIES OF CARLETON COUNTY, NEW BRUNSWICK, Canada by George H. Hayward - A series of articles first published in The Observer newspaper, Hartland, New Brunswick between 1974 and 1977 - Surnames under which articles appear are: Belyea, Boyer, Craig, Estabrooks, Foster, Hayward, Kinney, McGee, Noble, Orser, Rideout, Shaw, and Tedford  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hayward.html


MEMORIES OF THE MIRAMICHI by William C. Gaynor who was born in Chatham, New Brunswick in 1855 and spent his childhood and youthful years there and in several of the other communities which comprise the present city of Miramichi.  He left home in the 1870s to study for the Catholic priesthood and was subsequently curate of St. John the Baptist Church in Saint John, New Brunswick.   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Gaynor.html


WHO BEST BEAR HIS MILD YOKE: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY by W. Ross Peterson.   The narrative of a native of Marysville, (Fredericton), New Brunswick, Canada, who lost his eyesight at age eighteen but later became an ordained Baptist minister and professor of history with graduate degrees from Harvard and Boston universities.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Peterson.html


TALES FROM BARRETT'S LANDING. by Helen Dacey Wilson - 1964.- Memories of Mrs. Wilson's Nova Scotia childhood adapted from scripts of readings which she did over CBC radio and television.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Wilson.html


ATLANTIC ALMANAC (ATLANTIC YEAR BOOK).  Successor to the NEW BRUNSWICK ALMANACIssued by Brunswick Press, Fredericton, N.B.  Side-stapled books of approx. 400 pages containing  information on the four provinces of Atlantic Canada the federal and provincial governments, office holders, business, educational, and cultural institutions, etc. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Almanac.html





Back Creek and South Branch Settlements by Harlan Nason
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Nason.html



Share & Care: The Story of the Nova Scotia Home for Colored Children by Charles R. Saunders
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Saunders-Share-Care.html


Maliseet & Micmac Vital Statistics from New Brunswick Church Records
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Maliseet.html


HISTORY OF EARLY BOIESTOWN  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-BOIESTOWN.html


SAINT JOHN at WORK and PLAY - Photographs by Isaac Erb, 1904-1924 compiled by Grant Kelly & Sue McCluskey.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Work-Play.html


 Hopkins, J. Castell, ed., CANADA, AN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE COUNTRY (5 vols). Linscott Publishing, Toronto, 1898.  1st ed., hb,  9 x 11, on glossy paper with two columns of print to the page and more than 500 pages per volume.  The first major Canadian encyclopedia, organized by subject areas with entries from “a corps of eminent writers and specialists.”  Many b&w illustrations, including full-page portraits.  Set has decorative bright blue cloth covers elaborately stamped in gilt and black, front and spine.  Covers display minor edge wear and small breaks at spine but set is in remarkably good condition for its age.  Bright in appearance, square, and tight.  Set (5 vols):  # 6027-D. Heavy books - Inquire about  shipping rates.  $25.00 PLUS SHIPPING





Phantom Ship of Northumberland Strait and other Mysteries of the Sea by Roland H. Sherwood. Years of research and interviews with those who have seen the Fire-ship is revealed in this book. Chapters: The Phantom Ship; The Strait; Woman in White; Eye Witnesses; I saw the Phantom; Strange lights; Ghost ships.Book 7021 - very good condition -  $12.95 plus $7.00 shipping within North America. 47 pages.


FUNNY FABLES OF FUNDY AND OTHER POEMS FOR CHILDREN by Grace Helen Mowat.  This nostalgic little books of poems, written and illustrated for children by Grace Helen Mowat - first published 1928. 1977 reprint. 79 pages. Book  7020. Almost as new condition. $12.95 plus $7.00 shipping within North America


On The Ridge - In the Mactaquac Country by Evelyn Gordon and Harry Grant
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-On-The-Ridge.html











Weaving the Past into the Present - Saint John Jewish Community 
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Koven-Jewish.html





The Case of Port Hawkesbury - Rapid Industrialization and Social Unrest in a Nova Scotia Community by Raymond L. Foote.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Port-Hawkesbury.html


CENTRAL BLISSVILLE - A BRIEF HISTORICAL SKETCH compiled by Herbert Richardson in 1984    http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Blissville.html


Maggie Vail Story  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Maggie-Vail.html


The Tides of Discipline by Ethel Thompson. 
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Tides-of-Discipline.html
An Eye to the Future - A History of Pocologan, New River, Lepreau and  Little Lepreau  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Thompson-Eye-Future.html

THE SOUND OF MANY WATERS - A History of Musquash
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Thompson-Sound-Waters


Home Is Where One Starts From - A view of the people of nineteenth century Westmorland County, New Brunswick (Canada), as perceived through the journalistic literature of the time by Helen L. Bateman .  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Starts-From.html


Ecology and Management of the Eastern Coyote - Composed and Edited by Arnold H. Boer  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-coyote.html


St. Paul's Londonderry (New Brunswick) - The Story of a Church  by Julia M Walker  April 1967 - private printing.   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Walker-Londonderry.html


Mills, Hills and Early Settlers of Springfield Parish Kings County, New Brunswick by Ernest G C Graham - A 103 page history of the early mills and settlements of Springfield Parish, Kings County, New Brunswick. Particular attention is given to the settlements of: Back Bull Moose Hill, Bull Moose Hill, Cromwell Hill, Huggard Hill and Pigeon Hill. Photo of the Clark family. Types of Water Mills constructed. Partial list of surnames mentioned: Adams, Benson, Brittain, Case, Charlton, Crawford, Cromwell, Dibblee, Drake, Elliott, Fairweather, Fowler, Ganong, Gillies, Gray, Hatfield, Hughson, Jones, Ketchum, Kirk, MacLean, McKenelley, Micheau, Mullin, Northrup, Perkins, Pickett, Raymond, Redstone, Robertson, Sartell, Scovil, Secord, Sharpe, Sherwood, Spragg, Titus, Vail, Veale and Wiley. Lots of genealogical and biographical information on the early settlers of this parish
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Graham-Mills.html


HISTORY OF EARLY BOIESTOWN http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-BOIESTOWN.html


The North West Miramichi: A History of the Locality with genealogies and history of the Menzies, Sinclair, Curtis, and Mullin families by Doreen Menzies Arbuckle -   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Arbuckle.html





A Portrait of Men At War by Will R. Bird - GHOSTS HAVE WARM HANDS.   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-bird-ghosts.html


Ships of the Miramichi by Louise Manny - A history of shipbuilding on the Miramichi River, New Brunswick, Canada, 1773-1919.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Manny-Ships-Miramichi.html


1785 - 1885  NASHWAAK FAMILIES   published by the Nashwaak Bicentennial Association in 1984.   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-NASHWAAK-FAMILIES.html


Those Days Are Gone Away - Queens County - New Brunswick 1643-1901
by Marion Gilchrist Reicker.  
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Reicker-Days.html


History of Coal Mining and Other Related Industries in the Minto and Chipman Areas 1783-1978 by Douglas H Higgins
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-coalmining-higgins.html




“R. H. Nicholson  - Painter and Man of God” by Jean Elizabeth S. Irving
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Nicholson.html  


  


Poor Ignorant Children 
In 1994, Peter Murphy - a New Brunswick historian and genealogist - gained access to an old ledger of the admittance records of the "Orphan Asylum Established by His Excellency Sir William George Colebrook, 25 Octob. 1847" (In Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada). Mr. Murphy transcribed this ledger and meticulously searched for any tracks that were left behind by these orphans in compiling the publication "Poor Ignorant Children." He charted the fate of Irish orphans (310) in a strange unwelcoming land.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Murphy-Poor-Ignorant-Children.html 


You're On The Miramchi by William T. Griffin http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Griffin.html


 


Old Settler's Remedies by Marion Robertson.   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Remedies.html


A HISTORY IN THEIR OWN WORDS 1619-1983- THE BLACK AMERICANS by Milton Meltzer
 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Meltzer.html


D-105  Otty, Marianne Grey, FIFTY YEARS OF WOMEN’S INSTITUTES IN NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA, 1911-1961; A HISTORY.  1st ed., pb, with b&w photo section.  Fair copy. $15.95 plus $10.00   shipping. within North America.

Fifty Years of Women’s Institutes in New Brunswick, Canada 1911 - 1961 - A History
by Marianne Grey Otty. Appendix includes the names of Life Membership Certificate Awards. 1928 to 1961 as well as the Date of Organization of the Branches of the New Brunswick Institute Branches in New Brunswick 1911 to 1960.  189 pages.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-WI.html


Murder at McDonald's - The Killers Next Door by Phonse Jessome
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Jessome.html


JUST ENOUGH FOG TO KEEP IT COOL by ROBERT ASHE - 1985 . THIS BOOK TALKS ABOUT THE PEOPLE OF SAINT JOHN (NEW BRUNSWICK, Canada) http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Ashe.html





PALMER O'CONNELL LEGER RODERICK GLENNIE Barristers & Solicitors.One Hundred Years in the Practice of Law 1888-1988. Being a Brief History of a Saint John, New Brunswick, Law Firm. By Franklin O. Leger, Q.C.  Some chapter titles are: Alexander Perley Barnhill. William Alexander Ewing. Charles Fenson Sanford. William Henry Harrison. Mariner Gerald Teed. Peter Hanington. John Philip Palmer.  Included are several interesting Saint John court cases.   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Palmer.html


"DIVERTING HISTORY OF A LOYALIST TOWN "- A Portrait of St. Andrews, New Brunswick.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Mowat-Diverting.html


A Zany Gazeeter of Actual Geographic Place Names of New Brunswick by Pamela Fulton  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Fulton.html


New Brunswick's Fighting 26th Battalion. A History of the 26th New Brunswick Battalion, C. E. F.  1914-1919  by S. Douglas MacGowan, Harry (Mac) Heckbert and Byron O'Leary.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-26th-Battalion.html


CRACKIE - The $umner Family Business Dynasty by John Edward Belliveau 1986  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Belliveau-crackie.html


Fundy  Folklore by Maime (Widbur) Steeves.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Steeves-Folklore.html



 WILLIAM DAVIDSON 1740 - 1790  by W.H. Davidson -An Account of the Line of William Davidson otherwise John Godsman of Banffshire and Aberdeenshire in Scotland and Miramichi in British North America by W. H. Davidson, B.C.L., Q.C.   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-William-Davidson.htmlfo


 A VIEW FROM THE BUCKET - a Grand Lake (New Brunswick) and McNabs Island memoir by Jean Redekopp who was born in a farmhouse at Young's Cove, Grand Lake, New Brunswick in the late 1930s. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Redekopp.html


FACTS AND FOLKLORE - TRACY AND LITTLE LAKE AREA  [New Brunswick]  by Miriam L Phillips.http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Tracy.html


SOME LOYALISTS AND OTHERS by Isabel Louise Hill, Fredericton,[New Brunswick, Canada] copyright 1976, revised edition of January 1977  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hill-Loyalists.html


MILLIDGE ANCESTORS - compiled by Evelyn de Blois Crossman, Winnipeg, Manitoba, 1980 - Privately Published
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Millidge.html


Champlain's Island - Ste. Croix (Dochet) by William Francis Ganong.
  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Dochet.html


The Last Voyage of the Barque Intrepid by Marjorie Jardine Thompson - A Vignette of Marine History from Richibucto [New Brunswick]
  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-intrepid.html


All Our Born Days  - A Lively History of New Brunswick's Kingston Peninsula - by Doris Calder.   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Calder-Kingston.html


Richard Pugh and his Descendants - Nashwaaksis - Burtt's Corner [New Brunswick] by Magaret J. Pugh
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Pugh.html  


Pioneer Days in Plaster Rock by F. Marion Petchey   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Plaster-Rock.html    


Book 7089 Life's Odd Moments by Stuart Truema. Hard Cover, Dust Jacket - First edition 1984 and signed by the author. - tear on Dust Jacket $14.95 plus shipping of $10.00 within North America


The Sinking of the I'm Alone by Janice Patton. A rum runner ship from Lunenburg with Captain John Thomas Randell http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Sinking.html


Selected Collection of Rural Musings by Rolf Munroe - Postmaster & General Merchant of Taymouth, New Brunswick. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Munroe-Rural-Musings.html





Historic Old Court House 1833  Upper  Woodstock, New Brunswick.  - Brochure -Former Owner's name on cover.  Shows historical artifacts. #6056  $6.00 plus $3.00  shipping within North America. No date of publication


A History of Salisbury 1774 - 1984 with Notes on the Acadian and Pre-European Periods by George Taylor
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Salisbury.html    


One Hundred Years in Lemuel Allan Wilmot's Church by Susan Katherine Squires - With a brief sketch of the earlier days of Methodism in central New Brunswick. Published by Wilmot United Church, Fredericton,  October 1952
 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Squires-Church.html


A History of All Saints Anglican Church - Jeffries Corner, Kings County, New Brunswick 1889-1989 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Jeffries-Corner.html     


THE OLD ST ANDREWS ROAD   Volume Two by Carle A. Rigby
  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Rigby-St-Andrews-Rd.html


HISTORY OF OROMOCTO by Harold G. Kimball (1966)
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Kimball.html


PORTLAND POINT - Crossroads of New Brunswick History - Preliminary Report of the 1955 Excavations by J Russell Harper - Historical Studies #9 of the New Brunswick Museum, Saint John, New Brunswick - Published 1956  

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Portland-Point.html



A History of Hartland. The Story of the Founding and Growth of Mouth of "Guimac" Later Named Hartland Where the Becaguimac meets the broad St. John by  Carle & Lily Rigby http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Rigby.html



A SHORT HISTORY OF CARLETON COUNTY NEW BRUNSWICK  BY T.C. L. KETCHUM
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Ketchum.html






Genealogy of Northrups, Barters and Bensons of Springfield, N.B. [New Brunswick] by Ernest G. C. Graham
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Northrups.html


THE DESCENDANTS OF JAMES AND MARGARET ELLIOTT
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-elliott.html





Irish Emigration Lists, 1833-1839 by Brian Mitchell - Ordnance Survey of Ireland  - the memoirs of Antrim and Londonderry are the only ones with lists of emigrants. These lists have been extracted, arranged under parish, and alphabetized, and they identify the emigrant"s destination and his place of origin in Ireland--key pieces of information for anyone tracing his Irish ancestry. In addition, the age, town and address, year of emigration, and religious denomination are given for each emigrant. Over 3,000 emigrants are identified in this book
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Mitchell.html


 "God, Man and the Devil" - Paintings and Drawings of Miller Gore Brittain  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-MillerB.html


'Whence They Came: Irish Origins From pre 1900 New Brunswick Death Notices' by Peter D. Murphy.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-murphy-whence.html


The One-Room School in Canada by Jean Cochrane
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-one-room-school.html


Get Yerself a Shin O'Heat by Fred Hazel [of Saint John, New Brunswick] and the Irish Connection invites reader to share the stories of who people are, where they came from, the magical memories of childhood and the irresistible lure of foreign travel. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-hazel.html


Extreme Canadian Weather: Freakish Storms and Unexpected Disasters by Joan Dixon
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-weather.html


Molly: Child number 583 by Mary Keenan - Molly shares some very interesting memories of life in an orphanage in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.  - At thirteen went to the Good Shepherd Convent.  She had previously been in St Vincents in Saint John.  The author Mary Keenan grew up at St Vincent’s orphanage and The Good Shepherd Convent in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada and moved to Toronto. Molly is her first book.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-molly.html


HEROES OF NEW BRUNSWICK by Arthur T Doyle - Biographies of twenty-five famous New Brunswickers  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Doyle.html


Slumming It at the Rodeo: The Cultural Roots of Canada's Right Wing Revolution by Gordon Laird   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-slumming.html


RESCUES ON THE HIGH SEAS  - The Canadian Amazing Stories - Tales of Survival, Hope and Bravery by Mark Chatham of Nova Scotia  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-rescues.html


True Canadian Amazing Stories - EAST COAST MURDERS - Mysteries - Crimes and Scandals by Allison Finnamore  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-finnamore.html


SCARRED is Fred Comley of Saint John, New Brunswick - second book on fiction. It is about a young girl, who was in a fatal car accident, losing both her parents. She did survive but was left with a face scarred beyond recognition.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-scarred.html


WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW? by Rev F. M. Comley. 1985 - A book that deals with questions and answers of a spiritual nature that are of the Author's belief.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Comley.html


THE CONFLICT OF EUROPEAN AND EASTERN ALGONKIAN CULTURES 1504 - 1700. A Study in Canadian Civilization  by Alfred Goldsworthy BAILEY  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Bailey.html


Little, Peter J., LOOKING FORWARD AND NOT BACK: A HISTORY OF ST. MARY’S CHURCH (Saint John, New Brunswick).  The Corporation of St. Mary’s and St. Bartholomew’s [Anglican] Church, Saint John, N.B., 1986.  Saddle-stitched, unpaginated (80pp.), with a large b&w photo section.  History of the congregations and biographical sketches of the rectors, one of whom was the Rev. W. O. Raymond (1853-1923), better known as a historian and genealogist. New condition. Book # 6028 (D-174) $24.95 plus $8.00 shipping within North America


An Eye to the Future - A History of Pocologan, New River, Lepreau and  Little Lepreau by Ethel Anne Thompson. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Thompson-Eye-Future.html


The Allisons of Avish Hill & the Miramichi by Roger & Margaret Ruth
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Avish.html


HISTORY OF CORN HILL published circa 1985 by a group of citizens interested in preserving the history of the families,  land owners, businesses, schools, churches, community activities, and most important of all "the memories" and pictures of this community in New Brunswick Canada.
  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-corn-hill.html


Saint John On The March published in 1984 for the bicentennial of the city.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-SJ-March.html


A Harvest Yet to Reap,  A History of Prairie Women  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Prairie-Women.html


100 Years of Teamsters History - A strong Legacy - A Powerful Future
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-teamsters.html


'Tis Me Again, B'y!  by Andy MacDonald   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Andy.html


Coming Home is the remarkable story of the life of Lind Barbour who was born and raised in Newfoundland
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-coming-home.html


Manitoba Nuggets by Eric Wells published in 1978 - These tales of Manitoba history were originally prepared as scripts broadcast over CJOB Winnipeg in April, May and June, 1978, under the sponsorship of Royal Trust. Manitoba Nuggets was published by Royal Trust to mark the 75th anniversary of the opening of the company’s Winnipeg branch in January, 1903. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-manitoba-nuggets.html


From The Victorian Era To The Space Age by Lt. Col. E. M Slader. (Saint John History)  Number 21 of the collections of the New Brunswick Historical Society. 1973.
More info at http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Slader-21.html


Life in the Backwoods of New Brunswick by Mrs Frances Beavan
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Beavan.html




The Glorious Story of the Fighting 26th - New Brunswick’s One infantry Unit in the Greatest War of All Ages  Gould  and Smith  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Glorious-26th.html


D-011 Blaney, Harold A., THE WAY IT WAS BACK THEN. True stories about lumbering and life in general in central New Brunswick from the 1920s onward.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Blaney.html


WINGS OVER THE SEA - The Story of Allan Moses by L K Ingersoll published in 1991 - appears to be first edition. Soft cover -151 pages plus index. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Ingersoll.html


ROADS TO REMEMBER - The insiders guide to New Brunswick by Coleen Whitney Thompson - published in 1994. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-NB-Inside.html


ON BOTH SIDES OF THE LAW by Hugh H. Corkum - The exciting personal story of a former rum-runner and flamboyant police chief.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Corkum.html


"TO WALK A COUNTY MILE" by Mary Elizabeth Maxwell - "REFLECTIONS OF A LIFE IN RURAL CANADA" - Norval, Ontario   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Walk-A-Country-Mile.html

History of St. Andrews Society of St. John, N. B. (New Brunswick) Canada 1798 to 1903 by I. Allen Jack. Published in St. John, New Brunswick by J & A McMillan in 1903

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-StAndrewsSoc.html


SOUTH AFRICA and the BOER - BRITISH WAR  by Hopkins and Halstead. Volume I  - Published 1900  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Boer.html
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Voices from Reconstruction Years 1865-1877 by Glenn M. Linden brings together a collection of fascinating firsthand accounts of people who lived the Civil War period.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Voices.html


On the Beach by Nevil Shute http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Shute.html


The Canadians at War - Reader's Digest http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Canadians-War.html



Bay of Chaleur at War - From Vimy Ridge to Vietnam 
 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-BayChaleur.html


TWO ISLANDS - GRAND MANAN (New Brunswick, Canada)and SANIBEL -1971 by Katharine Scherman  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Two-Islands.html


Maggie Vail Story  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Maggie-Vail.html



Poor Ignorant Children - In 1994, Peter Murphy - a New Brunswick historian and genealogist - gained access to an old ledger of the admittance records of the "Orphan Asylum Established by His Excellency Sir William George Colebrook, 25 Octob. 1847" (In Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada).  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Murphy-Poor-Ignorant-Children.html


Together In Exile - Peter Murphy
 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Together-Murphy.html




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Not For The Glory - A History of the Moncton (New Brunswick, Canada) Fire Department by Pamela McCaughey http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Moncton-Fire.html

The History of McAdam  1871-1977
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-McAdam.html
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Reflections - The Story of Hampton’ by David Keirstead
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Reflections-Hampton.html
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New Canaan Early Settlers - The Ancestors of Our Community and Church and Reminiscences by J. Blois Corey http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Canaan.html

The Catholic Church in the Maritimes
by Reverend B. M. Broderick published 1989.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Broderick-Catholic-Church.html

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CHOPPING ONIONS by Fred Horgan  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Horgan.html
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The Riverside Country Club (New Brunswick, Canada), 1897-1997 And the People Who Made it Special by Peter McGuire 
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Riverside.html

1962 TELEPHONE DIRECTORY Saint John (New Brunswick, Canada) and surrounding territory  - Area Code 506  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-telephone.html  


New Brunswick Haunted Houses: And Other Tales of Strange and Eerie Events by Dorothy Dearborn http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Dearborn.html 

THE HISTORIC PRESENT by  Ruth Winona Grant
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Grant-Historic-Present.html

Boy from Port Hood - The Autobiography of John Francis "Lofty" MacMillan
- Emery Hyslop and Peter McGahan (1996). http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Lofty.html


# 5060-D  THOSE CERTAIN WOMEN: A HISTORY OF THE ASSOCIATED ALUMNAE, UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK by Linda Squires Hanson  REDUCED
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hanson.html


 #5059-D  A HISTORY OF THE NOVA SCOTIA AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE by Kenneth Cox published 1971.  Reprint of 1965 issue.  Plastic comb bound,  151pp., 8½ x 11.  A detailed history and names and addresses of graduates, 1906-1965.  Very Good condition.  $59.95  plus $12.00 shipping and handling within North America.


My Adventures with Bears by Keith Scott "The Bear Man”
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Scott.html


Corvettes - Canada - Convoy Veterans of WWII Tell Their True Stories by Mac Johnston
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-corvettes.html


Marcy's Sciopticon Manual  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Marcy.html


Book 5050  The Mystery of the Oak Island Treasure - Two hundred Years of Hope and Despair by Mark Reynolds.  122 pages. Appears to be first edition published in 2005.  In the summer of 1795, a teenager was exploring a tiny island in Nova Scotia"s Mahone Bay when he came across a curious depression in the ground. Driven by visions of lost pirate treasure, he later returned to the spot with shovels, pickaxes, and two friends. The trio began to dig, and in so doing launched what would become one of the most famous treasure hunts of all time. For over 200 years, the baffling mysteries of the Oak Island treasure have captured countless imaginations they have also been the cause of bitter rivalries, dashed hopes, and tragic deaths.  $24.95 plus shipping.  Contact Ruby


Book 5049 - BEST MARITIME SHORT STORIES edited by George Peabody is a collection of well-known and emerging writers. It includes stories by: Charles Bruce, Ernest Buckler, Lesley Choyce, Ann Copeland, Alan Donaldson, Robert Gibbs, Michael Hennessey, Susan Kerlake, Janice Kulyk Keefer, Alistair Macleod, Alden Nowland, J. J. Steinfeld, Kent Thompson, Verona Ross. Published 1988.  232 pages. Good condition. $24.95 plus $9.00 shipping within North America. gift note.   Contact Ruby


Book 5048 - RATS IN THE SLOOP by Nan Doerksen  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-doerksen.html


Book 5047  AS TRUE AS I'M SITTIN' HERE 200 Cape Breton Stories from Archie Neill's Cape Breton (Nova Scotia, Canada)  Good conditon  206 pages  $14.95 plus shipping  Contact Ruby


Book 5043 Bay of Chaleur Forgotten Treasures - True Stories of Ghost Ships and Wrecks, Rum-Running and Buried Treasure, Murders and Robberies, War Heroes and Spies by a J McCarthy  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-chaleur.html


Book 5042  LOOKING BACK by Dan Soucoup - From the Pages of the Times & Transcript - True Stories of Pirate Mysteries, Train Wrecks, Historic Storms, Disasters At Sea, Spies, Con Men, Tragedies, Scandals, Crime & Punishment. Appears to be first edition 2002. Book is in almost as new condition. 303 pages.
$14.95 plus shipping. Contact Ruby


 Book 5041 Miracles and Mysteries: The Halifax Explosion December 6, 1917 by Mary Ann Monnon $14.95 plus shipping  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Monnon.html


Book 5040 $24.95  ACADIANS  - People of the Maritimes by Henri-Dominique Paratte (revised and expanded edition) Second edition 1998  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Acadians.html


Books by New Brunswick's  DOROTHY DEARBORN. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Dearborn.html








St. John River and its Tributaries by Esther Clark Wright
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Wright-SJ-River.html


THE SOUND OF MANY WATERS - A History of Musquash by Ethel Anne Thompson
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Thompson-Sound-Waters.html


BLOMIDON ROSE by Esther Clark Wright http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Wright-Blomidon.html


5023-D Wright, Esther Clark Saint John Ships and Their Builders. An excellent reference to learn of the men, their families and the companies who built ships in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. $34.95 plus $8.00 shipping within North America. (NOT CERTAIN IF 5023-D is available)
But one at http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Wright-Saint-John.html

D-156 Walsh, Paul, POLITICAL PROFILES: PREMIERS OF NOVA SCOTIA.  Nimbus Publishing, Halifax, N.S., 1986.  Pb, 69pp., 8½ x 8.  Biographies and photos of the first twenty-four premiers of Nova Scotia (Uniacke to Buchanan). New. $10.00  plus shipping.  Contact Ruby

D-157 Woodman, Harold, A PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE APPLE BLOSSOM FESTIVAL.  Lancelot Press, Hantsport, N.S., 1992.  Pb, 136pp.  Text and b&w photographs of a springtime event which has been staged in the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia since 1932. Fine. $8.00 plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-159 Wright, Bruce S., THE MONARCH OF MULARCHY MOUNTAIN.  Brunswick Press, Fredericton, N.B., 1963.  1st ed., hb, with b&w photo sections.  New Brunswick wildlife biologist Bruce S. Wright tells how wildcats, bears, deer, moose and other species are affected by one another and by man, and the roles of the biologist, warden, hunter, and farmer in their study and preservation.   More details at http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Monarch.html


D-160 Young, George, BLUENOSE CAPERS, Lunenburg, N.S., 1987.  Late printing of a 1971 book.  Saddle-stitched with dust jacket, 92pp., with cartoon illustrations by Don Pentz.  Short humorous pieces on life in Nova Scotia.  VG. $14.95 each  plus shipping. Contact Ruby


Vroom, Richard OLD NEW BRUNSWICK - A VICTORIAN PORTRAIT - more than one hundred black and white illustrations from photographs from the Provincial Archives of New Brunswick - on glossy pages. Published in 1978. Beautiful and significant views of people, places, activities, and scenery in the province of New Brunswick, Canada between 1860 and 1918. More information at http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-VictorianNB.html


D-151 VITAL STATISTICS FROM HALIFAX NEWSPAPERS. Publication 27 of the Genealogical Association of Nova Scotia, Halifax, 2000.  1st ed., pb, 111pp., 8½ x 11. Alphabetized abstracts of birth, marriage and death notices. New. $14.95. plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-152 Wallace, Gerald F., et al., THE SAINT JOHN POLICE STORY, VOL. 1: THE CLARK YEARS, 1890-1915.  New Ireland Press, Fredericton, N.B., 1991.   1st ed., pb, 143pp., with b&w illustrations, notes, and index.  The first of a series of volumes from a historical-sociological study of the police force of Saint John, N.B.   As new. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-SJPolice.html

Book 5045 Wallace, Gerald F., et al., THE SAINT JOHN POLICE STORY, VOL. 1: THE CLARK YEARS, 1890-1915.  New Ireland Press, Fredericton, N.B., 1991.   1st ed., pb, 143pp., with b&w illustrations, notes, and index.  The first of a series of volumes from a historical-sociological study of the police force of Saint John, N.B.
Cover shows wear - and some markings inside and out- price tag sticker residue on cover.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-SJPolice.html

5044 Wallace, Gerald F., et al., THE SAINT JOHN POLICE STORY, VOL. 2: THE SIMPSON YEARS, 1915-1919.  New Ireland Press, Fredericton, N.B., 1992.   1st ed., pb, 162pp., with b&w illustrations, notes, and index.   Cover shows wear - and some markings inside and out - price tag sticker residue on cover.
  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-SJPolice.html

D-154 Wallace, Gerald F., et al., THE SAINT JOHN , VOL. 3: THE SLADER YEARS, 1930-1941.  New Ireland Press, Fredericton, N.B., 1993.   1st ed., pb, 175pp., with b&w illustrations, notes, and index.  Finds Saint John and its police facing the burden of the Great Depression.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-SJPolice.html

5046 Wallace, Gerald F., et al., THE SAINT JOHN , VOL. 3: THE SLADER YEARS, 1930-1941.  New Ireland Press, Fredericton, N.B., 1993.   1st ed., pb, 175pp., with b&w illustrations, notes, and index.  Finds Saint John and its police facing the burden of the Great Depression. Cover shows wear - and some markings inside and out - price tag sticker residue on cover.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-SJPolice.html

# 846 Wallace, Higgins, McGahan -The Saint John Police Story - The VanWart Years 1958-1965 Volume 6 by Gerald F Wallace, William Higgins and Peter McGahan  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-SJPolice.html

D-155 Walsh, Darryll, GHOSTS OF NOVA SCOTIA.  Pottersfield Press, Lawrencetown Beach, N.S., 2000.  1st ed., pb, 127pp., with b&w photos and bibliography.  Ghost stories grouped by county.  New. $14.95 each  plus shipping. Contact Ruby


D-137 Thompson, Kent, ed., STORIES FROM ATLANTIC CANADA.  Macmillan, Toronto, 1973.  1st ed., hb, 231pp., with biographical notes.  Stories by Thomas H. Raddall, Thomas Haliburton, Charles Bruce, Charles G. D. Roberts, Ernest Buckler, Alden Nowlan, David Adams Richards, Ray Smith, and others. VG. $10.00. plus shipping.
Contact Ruby
D-139 Trueman, Stuart, ADD TEN YEARS TO YOUR LIFE: A CANADIAN HUMORIST LOOKS AT FLORIDA.  McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1989.  1st ed., pb, 158pp.  A humorist’s adventures among “grandmothers who dress like teenagers, bronzed and stumbling octogenarians, and persistent cemetery salesmen never low in spirits.”  VG. $10.00. plus shipping. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Trueman.html

D-140 Trueman, Stuart, AN INTIMATE HISTORY OF NEW BRUNSWICK.  McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1970.  1st ed., hb, 154pp.  An idiosyncratic history of New Brunswick by a well known newspaperman and humorist.  VG in d.j.  $14.00.  plus shipping. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Trueman.html

D-141 Trueman, Stuart, AN INTIMATE HISTORY OF NEW BRUNSWICK.  McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1970.  1st ed., hb, 154pp.  An idiosyncratic history of New Brunswick by a well known newspaperman and humorist.  Good in dj.  $19.00. plus shipping. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Trueman.html
D-142 Trueman, Stuart, COUSIN ELVA.  McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1955.  1st ed., hb, 224pp., with cartoon illustrations by the author. A fictional narrative about Miss Elva Thwaite by a Leacock Award-winning humorist VG in vinyl-covered d.j.  $10.00. plus shipping. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Trueman.html

D-143 Trueman, Stuart, DON'T LET THEM SMELL THE LOBSTERS COOKING.  McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1982.  1st ed., hb, 178pp.  “The lighter side of growing up in the Maritimes long ago.”  VG in good d.j.  $14.00.  plus shipping. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Trueman.html

D-145 Trueman, Stuart, GHOSTS, PIRATES, AND TREASURE TROVE: THE PHANTOMS THAT HAUNT NEW BRUNSWICK.  McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1975.  1st ed., hb, 155pp.  Twenty-two tales, including The Dungarvon Whooper and The Headless Nun from Miramichi folklore.  VG presentation copy in d.j.  $14.95.
plus shipping.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Trueman.html
   
D-146 Trueman, Stuart, LIFE’S ODD MOMENTS.  McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1984.  1st ed., hb, 173pp., with illustrations by the author.  A late work by Saint John, N.B.’s “master of the easy anecdote and the homespun homily.”  VG in d.j.  $14.95.  plus shipping.http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Trueman.html

D-147 Trueman, Stuart, MY LIFE AS A ROSE-BREASTED GROSBEAK.  McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1972.  1st ed., hb, 155pp.  A humorous work illustrated by the author.  VG+ in good d.j.  $10.00. VG presentation copy in fair d.j. $8.00. plus shipping. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Trueman.html

D-148 Trueman, Stuart, TALL TALES & TRUE TALES FROM DOWN EAST.  McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1979.  1st ed., hb, 171pp.  Twenty-two humorous essays on such subjects as Was Benedict Arnold Misjudged?  And Glooscap – He Was the Greatest. VG in d.j. $14.95. plus shipping. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Trueman.html

D-150 Trueman, Stuart, THE WILD LIFE I’VE LED.  McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1976.  1st ed., hb, 160pp., illustrated.  A book on experiences  the author had with wildlife in New Brunswick and elsewhere. New. $10.00 each  plus shipping. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Trueman.html

5055  Trueman, Stuart,  The Fascinating World of New Brunswick - signed by author.  Gift inscription 1973 Hard cover - first edition 1973. 191 pages. $14.95 plus shipping http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Trueman.html


GREENOCK CHURCH - Saint Andrews - NB - published 1906 - From 1821 to 1906 by Melville N. Cockburn, K.C. Barrister-At-Law and Judge of Probate
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-GREENOCK-CHURCH.html





Catholic Irish In New Brunswick 1783-1900 by Leo J. Hynes. Edited by J. Edward Belliveau. An out-of-print and hard-to-find book.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hynes.html


D-131 Spray, Carole, WILL O' THE WISP: FOLK TALES AND LEGENDS OF NEW BRUNSWICK.  Brunswick Press, Fredericton, N.B., 1979.  Later printing, pb, 132pp., with b&w illustrations.  Forty folktales, including The Wizard of the Miramichi and The Dungarvon Whooper. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Wisp.html

D-133  Stephens, David E., IRON ROADS: RAILWAYS OF NOVA SCOTIA.  Lancelot Press, Hantsport, N.S., 1972.  Later printing, pb, 67pp., with b&w illustrations and bibliography.  A succinct account of the building of railways in Nova Scotia in the 19th century. New. $10.00. plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-134 Stephens, David E., TRURO: A RAILWAY TOWN.  Hantsport, N.S., 1981.  2nd printing,  pb, 88pp., with photo section and bibliography.  History of  Truro, N.S.,  from the beginning to the 1970s. New. $10.00  plus shipping.  Contact Ruby    hold Sep HofNS

D-135 Stevens, Geoffrey, STANFIELD.  McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1973.  1st ed., hb, 279pp. with index.  The biography of “one of nature’s gentlemen,” Robert Stanfield, premier of Nova Scotia, and leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada.  VG in dj.  $10.00. plus shipping.  Contact Ruby

Stewart, George The Story of the Great Fire in St. John, New Brunswick - June 20th 1877
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-1877-SJ-Fire.html

D-136 Sutton, Suzanne, WESTFIELD: A HISTORY TOLD BY RESIDENTS.  Village of Westfield, N.B., 1997.  1st ed., pb, 167pp.,  on glossy paper, with many b&w illustrations.  Settlements other than Westfield to which chapters are devoted include Ononette, Hillandale, Westfield Beach, Woodman’s Point, Lingley, Sagwa, and Nerepis. New.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-westfield-sutton.html


 Pax Vobis - A History of the Diocese of Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada - its Bishops and Parishes by Rev. Dr. Michael McGowan published in 2004 - Read more about the publication at  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Pax-Vobis.html


D-126 Sircom, Hilary, HELEN CREIGHTON.  Four East Publications, Tantallon, N.S., 1993.  1st ed., pb, with b&w illustrations.  A volume in the Famous Canadians series on Dr. Helen Creighton (1899-1989), Nova Scotia’s first lady of folklore. New.  $14.95 plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-127 Smith, H. M. Scott, HISTORIC HOUSES OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND.  SSP Publications, Halifax, N.S., 2000.  Reprint of 1990 book, pb, 175pp.,  8¾ x 8, on glossy paper, with colorful pictorial cover, b&w illustrations, color photo section, glossary, bibliography, and index.  A competent work by an architect-journalist.  Scores of individual houses and styles of houses profiled. New. $19.00.    plus shipping.  Contact Ruby

D-129 Southam, Nancy, ed., REMEMBERING RICHARD.  Formac Publishing, Halifax, N.S., 1993.  1st ed., hb, 170pp., with photo section and index.  Brief recollections of New Brunswick premier Richard Hatfield (1970-87) by colleagues, friends, and acquaintances. New.  $10.00.  plus shipping.  Contact Ruby

Sawler, Harvey TWENTY-FIRST-CENTURY IRVINGS (New Brunswick) the Foreward by Francis P. McGuire.  Signed  Copy. published 2007. 192 pages  hard cover with dust jacket. family gift inscription. very godod condition almost as new. Book 5019 plus $10.00 shipping within North America. Contact Ruby

# 5006  McCully's New Brunswick: Historic Aerial Photographs 1931-1939 by Dan Soucoup (Paperback). During the Great Depression (1930s), pilot Richard Thorne MCully and photographer Harold Reid captured much of the Maritime Region from air - offering a rare glimpse of prominent homes, churches, farms, and waterfronts that no longer stand or have been altered. Published 2003. 141 pages with many black and white photographs. sticker residue on cover  page from price sticker - very good condition. $24.95 plus shipping of $10.00 within North America.  Contact Ruby     List of  some of the aerial photos at http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-McCully.html

D-130 Spicer, Stanley T., MARITIMERS ASHORE & AFLOAT, (Vols II). Lancelot Press, Hantsport, N.S., 1994.  Pb, 190pp., with b&w illustrations, bibliography, and index.  Accounts of people and events along the Bay of Fundy, which divides New Brunswick from Nova Scotia.  Profiles of former shipbuilding towns. New. Vol. II. $19.95. plus shipping. Contact Ruby


Music of the Eye - Architectural Drawings of Canada’s First City - 1822 to 1914", Gary K. Hughes   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hughes-Gary-Architectural.html


D-118 Ross, Sally, and J. Alphonse Deveau, LES ACADIENS DE LA NOUVELLE-ECOSSE, HIER ET AUJOURD’HUI.  Les Editions d’Acadie, Moncton, N.B., 1995.  French translation of The Acadians of Nova Scotia.  Pb, 293pp., with b&w illustrations, notes, bibliography, and index. New.  $19.90  plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-119 SAINT JOHN CANADA DAY LIMERICK BOOK.  July 1, 1985.  Saddle-stitched, 46pp., 5 x 7.  Entries to a limerick competition to mark the 200th anniversary of (Saint John, N.B..  Approx. 75 limericks relating in some way to the history of the city, plus the Canada Day Program for 1985. As new. $8.00 each  plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-121 Sellick, Lester B., MY ISLAND HOME.  Lancelot Press, Windsor, N.S., 1973.  Pb, 100pp., 4½ x 6.  The personal narrative of a man who grew up in Prince Edward Island early in the 20th century. VG.  $14.90. plus shipping.
Contact Ruby

Camera Canada - Special Edition (1977)  Several photos of Saint John from the Isaac Erb collection have been included.    http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Camera-Canada.html

D-122 Sherwood, Roland H., ATLANTIC YESTERDAYS: UNUSUAL STORIES OF THE FAMED ATLANTIC PROVINCES.  Lancelot Press, Hantsport, N.S., 1978.  1st ed., pb, 92pp.  Pirates in Petticoats,  The Man They Would Not Hang, and Captive of the Maliseets are three of  the sixteen tales in this book.  Copy of later printing. New. $14.00 each  plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-123 Sherwood, Roland H., JOTHAM BLANCHARD: THE FORGOTTEN PATRIOT OF PICTOU, Lancelot Press, Hantsport, N.S., 1982. 1st ed., pb, 75pp. Ex-libris, VG. $14.00. plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-124 Sherwood, Roland H., MARITIME MYSTERIES: HAUNTING TALES FROM ATLANTIC CANADA. Lancelot Press, Hantsport, N.S., 1976. Later printing, pb, 112pp. Nineteen ghost stories and other mysterious tales of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island.  VG. $14.00  plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-125 Sherwood, Roland H., TALL TALES OF THE MARITIMES. Lancelot Press, Hantsport, N.S., 1972.  Saddle-stitched, 36pp.  A storyteller's attempt at defining the tall tale as told in the Maritime provinces.  VG.  $14.00 each  plus shipping. Contact Ruby

Book 5073 Legends, Oddities and Facts from the Maritime Provinces by Roland H. Sherwood.
120 pages.  Gift inscription on title page. First published in 1984 - this is a ninth printing 1991 - sticker residue on cover - otherwise n as almost new condition. Known as a master storyteller the author takes you on a fascinating trip through stories.  $14.00 plus shipping

Book 5021 Schuyler, George:  Saint John, Two Hundred Years Proud 208 pages. A historical portrait in words and photographs of this bustling Canadian port. With over 150 photographs, many rare and historic, including 24 pages of colour, this is an excellent account of the people and the buildings of Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. Book 5021 $19.95 plus $12.00 shipping and handling within North America very good condition almost as new for a book published in 1984. Hard cover with dust jacket

D-129 Southam, Nancy, ed., REMEMBERING RICHARD.  Formac Publishing, Halifax, N.S., 1993.  1st ed., hb, 170pp., with photo section and index.  Brief recollections of New Brunswick premier Richard Hatfield (1970-87) by colleagues, friends, and acquaintances. New.  $15.00 plus $12.00 shipping.

D-125-B  THE SINKING OF THE TITANIC: THRILLING STORIES OF SURVIVORS.  Nimbus Publishing,  Halifax, N.S., 1998.  Pb, 246pp., with decorative cover and b&w illustrations. Edition of a 1912 book on the sinking of the Titanic, with lists of names of the casualties and survivors and the findings of a U.S. Senatorial investigation. New. $14.00. plus shipping.  Contact Ruby


D-113  Porteous, John, MY LOBSTER IS DOUBLE PARKED.  Print’N Press, St. Stephen, N.B., 1981.  Pb, 142pp.  “More Maritime humor and observations.” New. $10.00.  plus shipping.  Contact Ruby

D-114 Regan, John W., SKETCHES AND TRADITIONS OF THE NORTHWEST ARM, Hounslow Press, Willowdale, Ont., 1978.  Hb, 181pp., 4½ x 7¾.   Facsimile of a 1908 book with biographical data and historical photographs on a district of Halifax, N.S. New. $15.00. plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-115 Richardson, Evelyn M., MY OTHER ISLANDS.  Ryerson, Toronto, 1960.  1st ed., hb, 213pp., with illustrations by Winifred Fox. The author, winner of the Governor-General's Award in 1945, recounts her childhood spent on islands near the Nova Scotia coast.  Small mark on end-paper.  Otherwise VG in worn d.j.  $20.00.
plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-116 Rigby, Carle A., ST PAUL’S ISLAND: ‘THE GRAVEYARD OF THE GULF’.  Hartland, N.B., 1979.  Saddle-stitched, 36pp., with photos and map.  About a legendary island off Cape North, Cape Breton, N.S., noted as a site of shipwrecks  VG.  $15.00 plus shipping.  Contact Ruby

D-117 Risteen, Frank H., THE CELESTIAL CITY, FREDERICTON, NEW BRUNSWICK, AND THE ST. JOHN RIVER, FOR THE TOURIST AND SPORTSMAN, Print’N Press, St. Stephen, N.B., 1983.  Facsimile of 1897 publication, saddle-stitched, 56pp., 8 x 6, with excellent black and white photos throughout, several of which are acknowledged to Forest & Stream.   New. $10.00 plus shipping.  ON HOLD


D-104 Nowlan, Alden, CAMPOBELLO, THE OUTER ISLAND.  Clarke, Irwin, Toronto, 1975.  1st ed., pb, 132pp., 7½ x 8½, with fine b&w illustrations and color pages, appendix, and photo credits.  An “informal yet informative history...a colorful, lively, and often humorous account.”  VG.  $10.00. plus shipping. Contact Ruby
 
#5005  Quigley, Theresa, " i cry for innocence" - a memoir. soft cover. 268 pages.  The story of life in Indonesia and Japan during the trauma of World War II.  The mother died in Canada in 1973  in her seventies. Papa died in 1953 two years after coming to Canada.  A very intriquing story of a family who suffered greatly. $14.95 plus $7.00 shipping within North Ameria.
 
D-106 Parker, Mike, HISTORIC DIGBY.  Nimbus Publishing, Halifax, NS 2000.  A volume on Digby, Nova Scotia, in the Images of Our Past series.  164 pages, with numerous black and white photos throughout and list of sources.  New.  $14.00. plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-107  Pendergast, Gertrude, “A GOOD TIME WAS HAD BY ALL.”  1981.  1st ed., pb, 104pp. with b&w illustrations.  Memoirs of a woman born at Hope River, P.E.I., in 1900 who married and made her home on the Island. VG. $14.00  plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-108 Perkin, J. R. C., MORNING IN HIS HEART: A BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF WATSON KIRKCONNELL.  Acadia University, 1986.  1st ed., pb, 72pp., with b&w illustrations.  A concise sketch of the life of Dr Watson Kirkconnell (1895-1977), Baptist minister, academic, university administrator, poet, historian, and genealogist - “one of the most versatile figures in the intellectual life of the Maritime Provinces in this century.” As new. $14.00 each   plus shipping. Contact Ruby

   
D-109 Pieroway, Phyllis, MEMORIES OF SANDY POINT, ST. GEORGE’S BAY, NEWFOUNDLAND.  Maritimes Arts Projects Productions, Fredericton, N.B., 1996.  Pb, 104pp., with b&w illustrations.  Memories of St. George’s Bay on the west coast of Newfoundland as told by the author’s father, Charles Warren Pieroway. New. $14.00. plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-110 Poirier, Leonie Comeau, MY ACADIAN HERITAGE.  Nimbus Publishing, Halifax, N.S., 1985.  2nd printing, pb, 95pp., with photos.  A personal book on growing up Acadian in southwestern Nova Scotia in the 1930s. New. $10.00 each  plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-111 Poole, Cyril F., THE TIME OF MY LIFE.  Harry Cuff Publications, St. John's, Nfld., 1983.  1st ed., pb, 120pp., with illustrations by Aileen Woolridge.  The light-hearted reflections of a Newfoundland philosopher on such topics as School and Prison, and Taxing the Brain.  VG.  $10.00. plus shipping.  Contact Ruby

D-112   Porteous, John, THEY CHOKE HERRING, DON’T THEY?  Print’N Press, St. Stephen, N.B., 1980.  1st ed., pb, 167pp., with b&w graphics.  “Maritime humor and observations.  ” Short articles on everyday subjects.  Preface by Alden Nowlan. VG. $10.00. plus shipping. Contact Ruby


Murphy, Steve  STEVE MURPHY BEFORE THE CAMERA - signed.  As new. Book # 5015  $9.95 plus $8.00 shipping within North America. 147 pages


D-101 Murphy, Louis (coll. by), GEMS OF HAPPINESS AND WISDOM.  n.d.  1st ed. pb, 200pp.  Popular verses, saying, jokes, etc., collected by “Lou M urphy,” Canadian Coast Guard employee, city councilor of Saint John, N.B., and member of the provincial legislature.  Cardstock cover scuffed.  Interior fine.  $10.00. plus shipping.
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D-102 Murphy, Louis (coll. by), AMONG MY SOUVENIRS.  n.d.  1st ed., pb, 231pp., with several b&w photos.  More popular verses, saying, jokes, etc., collected by “Lou Murphy.”  VG.  $10.00. plus shipping.
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#5009 The Port of Saint John. Volume I From Confederation to Nationalization 1867-1927, a Study on the Process of Integration ( New Brunswick ) by  Elizabeth W. McGahan - Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada: National Harbours Board / McMillan Press, 1982. Appears to be first edition. Covers show shelf wear and handling. Binding tight. 333 pages that includes an index.
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D-103 NOVA SCOTIA (S.E. COAST) AND BAY OF FUNDY PILOT.  Government of Canada, 1941. 1st ed., hb, 303pp. For the area comprising the Grand Bank of Newfoundland, Sable Island, the Southeast Coast of Nova Scotia, and the Bay of Fundy.  Gilt lettering worn off cover.  Name inside.  Interior VG. $19.00.  plus shipping. Contact Ruby 


D-098 Mowbray, Jay Henry, ed., SINKING OF THE TITANIC, EYEWITNESS ACCOUNTS.  Dover Publications, Mineola, N.Y., 1998.  Pb, 287pp., with b&w illustrations.  An unabridged edition of Sinking of the Titanic originally pub-lished in 1912.  Has index of passengers missing and rescued.  New. $19.00 plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-100 Murphy, J. Elmer, A NEWSPAPERMAN REMEMBERS.  Summerside, P.E.I., n.d. (1980s?)  1st ed., pb, 126pp, with b&w photos.  “Tales of 38 years of newspaper work and other reminiscences” by the retired publisher of the Journal-Pioneer, of Summerside.  Small cover crease and light soiling. Otherwise VG. $14.00.  plus shipping.  Contact Ruby


D-094 Mitcham, Allison, IVAN HICKS: FIFTY YEARS OF FABULOUS FIDDLE MUSIC. The story of a popular New Brunswick fiddler. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hicks.html

D-095 Mitcham, Allison, OFFSHORE ISLANDS OF NOVA SCOTIA & NEW BRUNSWICK.  Lancelot Press, Hantsport, N.S., 1984.  Later printing, pb, 146pp., with b&w sketches and bibliography  The first of several works in which Allison Mitcham reveals her fascination with coastal islands and the lives of those who inhabit them. New. $14.00  plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-096 Mitcham, Allison, ed., THE BEST OF ABRAHAM GESNER.  1st ed., pb, 132pp., with illustrations and notes.  A selection from the writings of Nova Scotia's Abraham Gesner (1797-1864), scientist and inventor - discoverer of kerosene. New. $14.00  plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-097 Mosher, Edith, THE SEA AND THE SUPERNATURAL.  Lancelot Press, Hantsport, N.S., 1992.  6th  printing of a 1974 publication.  Pb, 52pp., with pencil sketches.  Twelve cases of strange experiences relating to the sea, mostly from Nova Scotia and the other Atlantic provinces. VG. $12.00.  plus shipping.  Contact Ruby

D-092 Milner, W. C., HISTORY OF SACKVILLE, NEW BRUNSWICK.  Tribune Press, Sackville, N.B. Later printing of 1934 book, pb, 172pp.  The principal historical work on Sackville, Westmorland County, N.B., by Dr W. C. Milner, local historian and archivist.  Includes material on the period of French occupation, the first English settlers, the Yorkshire and other arrivals, as well as on the churches, schools, businesses, and ships built at Sackville between 1839 and 1872.  Sections of vital statistics from tombstones and list of marriages performed by the Rev. Christopher Milner between 1820 and 1830.  The last 63 pages contain biographical and genealogical data under the following surnames: Avard, Allison, Atkinson, Anderson, Ayer, Barnes, Black, Botsford, Bowes, Bowser, Bulmer, Burk, Burnam, Cahill, Campbell, Carter, Carnforth, Cole, Chandler, Crane, Dixon, Dobson, Estabrooks, Evans, Fawcett, Fisher, Harper, Herritt, Hicks, Humphrey, Lawrence, Ogden, Patton, Reed, Rogers, Sears, Seaman, Smith, Thompson, Upham, Ward, Wilson, and Wood. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Milner-Sackville.html


# 3040 The Beer Bandit Caper: The Mounties, Their Man and Mexico's Missing Moosehead by Harvey Sawler. Based on new material and extensive interviews - including the only interview with Wade Haines since his release from prison.   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Group-One.html  Book 3040   $24.95 plus $6.00 shipping


D-089 McLeod, Carol, GLIMPSES INTO NEW BRUNSWICK HISTORY.  Lancelot Press, Hantsport, N.S., 1984.  1st ed., pb, 102pp., 8 x 8.  An extensively illustrated volume emphasizing historical highlights, the premiers of New Brunswick, industry, the arts, etc. New. $14.00  plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-099 Mullaly, Edward, DESPERATE STAGES: NEW BRUNSWICK'S THEATRE IN THE 1840s.  Goose Lane Editions, Fredericton, N.B., 1987.  1st ed., pb, 113pp., with b&w illustrations.  An exploration of the careers of Thomas Hill, editor and playwright; Henry W. Preston, leader of a theatrical troupe; and Charles Freer, English actor, and how the three men came together in New Brunswick in the 1840s. New. $14.95 plus shipping. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Desperate-Stages.html

# 3041 It Came by the Boat Load - Essays on Rum-Running by Geoff and  Dorothy Robinson.  Published 1984.  The men and the ships engaged in Atlantic Coast smuggling during prohibition. A most interesting story of rum running and smuggling on the Atlantic caost of Canada,a history of some of the characters and ships involved. 139 pages. soft cover. good condition for a used book.    http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Group-One.html

D-090 McPherson, Flora, WATCHMAN AGAINST THE WORLD: THE REMARKABLE JOURNEY OF NORMAN MCLEOD AND HIS PEOPLE FROM SCOTLAND TO CAPE BRETON ISLAND TO NEW ZEALAND.  Breton Books, Wreck Cove, N.S., 1993.  Reprint of 1962 book, pb, 183pp. with b&w illustrations. Fine.  $19.00. plus shipping. Contact Ruby

 
# 3039 Locked In, Locked Out  by Shawn Jennings, M.D., an autobiographical account of his battle to recover from brain-stem stroke.   A book to help all of us to understand the challenges stroke survivors and their families face. This book offers hope and inspiration, and clearly demonstrates that love and determination make a tremendous impact in recovery." http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-jennings.html


D-091 Mills, Chris, VANISHING LIGHTS.  Lancelot Press, Hantsport, N.S., 1992.  1st ed., pb, 168pp., with b&w illustrations, notes, and bibliography.  The lighthouses of Nova Scotia – their history and the closing of many of them in the later years of the 20th century. New. $14.00. plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-093 Mingo, Faye, A WINNING COMBINATION.  Lancelot Press, Hantsport, N.S., 1995.  1st ed., pb, 128pp., with b&w illustrations.  A history of the New Glasgow, N.S., firms of Eastern Woodworkers, Eastern Contracting, and Eastern Manufacturing.  Also has information on the Mingo family, one of many older Nova Scotia families of Huguenot origin. New. $14.00  plus shipping.  Contact Ruby


7091 Don't Let Them Smell the Lobsters Cooking - hard cover - dust jacket has small tear - first edition 1982 - $14.95 plus shipping of $10.00 within North America   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Trueman.html


D-066 Jobb, Dean, BLUENOSE JUSTICE: TRUE TALES OF MISCHIEF, MAYHEM, AND MURDER.  Fourteen stories of violent crimes, crookedness, and questionable behavior in Nova Scotia society between 1749 and the earlier years of the 20th century. As New. $14.00 plus shipping. Contact Ruby
   
D-067 Johnston, Hugh, THE EAST INDIANS IN CANADA.  Canadian Historical Association, Ottawa, 1984.  Saddle-stitched, 24pp.  A booklet in the Canadian Ethnic series on the settlement of East Indians in Canada and their distribution across the country. As New.   $9.00. plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-068 Kearney, W. D., THE OPEN HAND. Facsimile of a work printed at Presque Isle, Maine, in 1864, and later reprinted at Hartland, N.B.  Subtitled: “An Epic Poem Dealing With The Early Settlement of Maine and New Brunswick.”  “Founded on Tradition.”  Staples show rust.  Otherwise good condition  $10.00 plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-069 Kitz, Janet, SURVIVORS, CHILDREN OF THE HALIFAX EXPLOSION.  The story of seven children who survived the Halifax Explosion in 1917, in which 500 children died and hundreds more were injured. As New. $19.00. plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-072 Lamb, James B., THE CELTIC CRUSADER: THE STORY OF A. W. R. MACKENZIE AND THE GAELIC COLLEGE. 1992.  1st ed., 54pp.,  The founding of the Gaelic College at St. Ann’s, Cape Breton Island, N.S., to teach the Gaelic language, develop Celtic crafts, and promote the performance of Highland dancing and piping. As New. $10.00  plus shipping. Contact Ruby


Lot # 745B 45 books for $175.00 (Less than $4.00 per book)  ACADIENSIS.  Journal of the History of the Atlantic Region of Canada, 1971 to 2000.  Award-winning, professional history journal, each issue having between 100 and 200 pages and containing three or more major articles plus edited documents, notes, book reviews, and bibliographies. Single issues in excellent condition: Vols VIII through XXIX 1978-2000 minus Vol VII, No. 1 plus 4 random issues = 45 books - Bargain price  $175.00 (Less than $4.00 per book)  Heavy Box so shipping will depend on destination. Contact Ruby
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D-056 Goss, David, BRIGHTENING THE CORNER WHERE YOU ARE: THE STORY OF SAINT JOHN ENERGY, 1922-2002.  Impresses, Saint John, N.B., 2002.  As New.  $10.00. plus shipping.
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D-057 Goss, David, A SHORT HISTORY OF ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH, SAINT JOHN WEST, Saint John, N.B., 1999.  Rev. ed., plastic comb binding, 43pp., 8½ x 11, with photos, documents, and notes.  Written in 1996 to commemorate the 175th anniversary of St. George's Anglican Church, on the west side of Saint John Harbour.  As New.  $10.00 plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-059 Hebb, Mel, WHEELS TO VICTORY: THE MEL HEBB STORY.1996.  1st ed., pb, 238pp., How a Nova Scotia man overcame an attack of polio at age eleven and went on to have a successful life. As New. $11.00 plus shipping. Contact Ruby

Book 5051 Hebb, Mel, WHEELS TO VICTORY: THE MEL HEBB STORY.1996.  1st ed., pb, 238pp., How a Nova Scotia man overcame an attack of polio at age eleven and went on to have a successful life. Good Condition $10.00 plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-062 HISTORIC OLD COURT HOUSE, 1833, UPPER WOODSTOCK, NEW BRUNSWICK.  Saddle-stitched,  Illustrated with fine color photos.  As new.  $10.00  plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-063 Holmes, Albert N., A BOAT OF MY OWN.  Harry Cuff Publications, St. John’s, Nfld, 1980.  1st ed., pb, 46pp., with b&w illustrations.  Reminiscences of boyhood days in Newfoundland by a customs officer who later became a United Church minister.  Used book in good condition  $12.00. plus shipping. Contact Ruby


#5010  K. C. IRVING - THE ART OF THE INDUSTRIALIST by Russel Hunt and Robert Campbell. In this 1973 (first edition)  biography of New Brunswick entrepreneur K.C. Irving, the authors call the man at the head of Canada's one-man dynasty a dinosaur doomed to extinction. This book pays particular attention to Irving's early history - the buses of Saint John, the war years, base metals and base politics, and 'the voice of New Brunswick. 197 pages. Dust jacket in poor condition. Green boards with gilt letters - interior in good condition. $14.95 plus shipping


“A History and Story of Botsford ” - New Brunswick, Canada - by W. M. Burns
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D-084 MacNeil, Neil, THE HIGHLAND HEART IN NOVA SCOTIA.  Breton Books, Wreck Cove, N.S., 1998.  50th anniversary ed., pb, 199pp., with pictorial cover and b&w photo section.  A memoir about growing up at Washabuckt, a tiny community of Highland origin on an isolated promontory in Bras d'Or Lake, Cape Breton Island. New. $12.00. plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-082-B MacKay, Donald, SCOTLAND FAREWELL: THE PEOPLE OF THE HECTOR, Toronto, 1980.  1st ed., pb, 229pp., with b&w photo section, maps, and index.   “The story of the Highland Scots who sailed to Pictou, Nova Scotia, in 1773 on the Hector and who pioneered the large-scale emigration of Scots to that province.”  Very Good Condition.  $24.00 plus shipping of $10.00 within North America. Contact Ruby.

D-084 MacNeil, Rita, with Anne Simpson, ON A PERSONAL NOTE.  Key Porter Books, Toronto, 1998.  1st ed., hb, 270pp., with b&w photos.  The personal story of the Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, songwriter and performer, Rita MacNeil.  Fine in fine d.j.  $12.00. plus shipping.  Contact Ruby
 
D-085 MacNutt, W. Stewart, NEW BRUNSWICK AND ITS PEOPLE.  N.B. Travel Bureau, n.d.[1940s].  Saddle stitched, 46pp., plus index.  A “biography” of the province by one of its leading historians. Good used condition.  $10.00 each  plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-088 McGahan, Peter, CRIME & POLICING IN MARITIME CANADA: CHAPTERS FROM THE URBAN RECORDS.  Goose Lane Editions, Fredericton, N.B., 1988.  1st ed., pb, 246pp., with b&w illustrations and notes.  In this work, the late Dr. Peter McGahan, author of Urban Sociology in Canada, used the findings of research which he did for the Solicitor General of Canada and the Atlantic Institute of Criminology as a basis for a popular work on the daily reality of law enforcement in St. Andrews, Saint John, Moncton, Charlottetown, and Halifax between the 1830s and the 1960s. New.  $19.95  plus shipping. Contact Ruby



 NOVA SCOTIA HISTORICAL REVIEW.  Successor to the N.S. Historical Quarterly.  Published twice annually, 1981-96.  Historical, biographical, genealogical, and other articles of continuing interest.  Approx. 150 pages per issue. Collection includes Vol. 9, No. 2 (1989), 10, No. 2 (1990), 11, No. 2 (1991), 12, No. 1 (1992), 13, Nos 1 & 2 (1993), 14, Nos 1 & 2 (1994), 15, Nos 1 & 2 (1995), and 16, Nos 1 & 2 (1996)  = 12 books. All in good condition. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-NS-Review.html


D-077 Lotz, Jim, HEAD, HEART, AND HANDS: CRAFTSPEOPLE OF NOVA SCOTIA.  1986.  Sections on fibre, glass, leather, paper, jewelry, metal, pottery, and wood. Good condition $15.00. plus shipping.
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D-079 MacBeath, George, ed., CHAMPLAIN AND THE ST. JOHN 1604-1954. New Brunswick Historical Society, Saint John, N.B., 1954.  Pb, 80pp., Issued to commemorate the 350th anniversary of the discovery of the St. John River.   Articles by Eileen Cushing, Jean MacCullam Sweet, D. Gordon Willet, Huia Ryder, L. A. Atcheson, and Roger Goguen.  Extensive advertising section.  Good condition.  $14.00 plus shipping. Contact Ruby
 
D-080 MacCulloch, Patricia Bredin, MY FLING ON THE FARM. 1989.The personal narrative of a high-society woman from England who ended up on a Nova Scotia farm.  “A bold, humorous, and, at times, melodramatic story about a determined woman’s decision to pick up the pieces.”  Very good condition  $8.00.  plus shipping.
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D-081 MacFarlane, W. G., FREDERICTON HISTORY: TWO CENTURIES OF ROMANCE, WAR, PRIVATION, AND STRUGGLE. 1981.  Reprint of the first history of Fredericton, N.B., originally published in the St. John Sun newspaper in 1893.    Introduced by J. K. Chapman.  As new.  $14.00  plus shipping.
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D-083  MacLeod, C. I. N., STORIES FROM NOVA SCOTIA.  Formac Limited, Antigonish, N.S., 1974.  1st ed., pb, 129pp., with b&w illustrations by Maureen Lonergan and Linda Johns.  Translations of Gaelic stories from Nova Scotia previously published in Gaelic by the author, who was professor of Celtic Studies at St. Francis Xavier University. VG. $14.00. plus shipping. Contact Ruby


D-073 Lawrence, Joseph Wilson, THE JUDGES OF NEW BRUNSWICK AND THEIR TIMES.  1983.  552pp.  A numbered reprint of a 1907.  Edited and introduced by Prof. D. G. Bell.  General index and index of names. As New. Bargain price at  $29.95  plus shipping.  Contact Ruby

D-074 Light, Joanne, COASTAL NOVA SCOTIA: OUTDOOR ADVENTURE GUIDE.  1993. As New. $10.00. plus shipping.  Contact Ruby

D-075 Livingstone, David, ANNE MURRAY: THE STORY SO FAR. 1981. Good condition  $10.00 plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-076 Longworth, Israel (Sandra Creighton, ed.), ISRAEL LONGWORTH’S HISTORY OF COLCHESTER COUNTY, NOVA SCOTIA. 1989.A reprint edition of Longworth’s history, circa 1886, consisting of accounts of the Indian and French periods and of the growth and development of the principal towns and villages of Colchester County, including Truro, Bible Hill, Brookfield, Gay’s River, Earltown, Tatamagouche, New Annan, and Onslow.  Concludes with biographical sketches of Judge Simon Bradstreet Robie, Colonel Peter Suther Archibald, Sir Thomas Dickson Archibald, and the Honorable Edward Mortimer Archibald. As New. $19.00  plus shipping.  Contact Ruby


 Dearborn, Dorothy  New Brunswick Short Stories - Collected by Dorothy Dearborn
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Dearborn, Dorothy   New Brunswick GHOSTS! DEMONS and things that go bump in the night    A Very interesting book of  ghost stories. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Dearborn.html  

# 5035    Dearborn, Dorothy  New Brunswick's Unsung Heroes
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Book 5036  NEW BRUNSWICK'S UNSUNG HEROES by Dorothy Dearborn
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  New Brunswick GHOSTS! DEMONS and things that go bump in the night by Dorothy Dearborn       http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Dearborn.html

  New Brunswick Short Stories collected by Dorothy Dearborn http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Dearborn.html

Madness and Murder in New Brunswick  by Dorothy Dearborn
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D-049 Doyle, Arthur T., THE PREMIERS OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 1984. biographical sketches of the twenty-five premiers who served between 1867 and the 1980s. Good condition $12.00 plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-044 Daigle, Jean, ed., THE ACADIANS OF THE MARITIMES: THEMATIC STUDIES.  Centre d’Etudes Acadienne, Moncton, N.B., 1982.  1st English language ed., pb, 636 pages., with b&w illustrations, maps, notes, and bibliographies.  Fifteen academic essays on historical themes: politics, culture, education, and the arts.  Fine. $14.95 plus shipping  - Contact Ruby

D-050 Erickson, Paul A., and Graeme F. Duffus,  CARLETON HOUSE: LIVING HISTORY IN HALIFAX. 1997. A history of Carleton House, one of the oldest structures in Halifax, plus a chapter on how it was saved from the wrecker’s ball.  Written by a cultural anthropologist and a restoration architect. As New. $10.00. plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-051 Evans, Millie, NOVA SCOTIA’S OAK ISLAND. 48pp., with b&w photos.  An account of a treasure hunt which has gone on for more than two centuries on tiny Oak Island.  As New.  $8.00  plus shipping.  Contact Ruby
   
D-052 Finnan, Mark, OAK ISLAND SECRETS. 1995 - account of  “Canada’s most puzzling and intriguing historical and archaeological mystery,” which has brought a never-ending parade of adventurers to Nova Scotia’s tiny Oak Island ever since the discovery of the “treasure pit” in 1795. Used book in good condition  $10.00. plus shipping -  Contact Ruby

D-053 Gair, Reavley, et al., eds., A LITERARY AND LINGUISTIC HISTORY OF NEW BRUNSWICK.  1983.  1st ed., pb, 286pp..  Articles and essays by scholars and critics.  Written entirely in English but includes sections on the aboriginal languages (Micmac and Maliseet), the French language in New Brunswick, and Acadian French literature.  Surveys poetry, prose, and theatre in English-speaking N.B. during the province’s 200-year history.  The only comprehensive literary and linguistic history in print.  Very good condition.  $25.95.  plus $10.00 shipping within North America. Contact Ruby

A Literary and Linguistic History of New Brunswick. General Editor- Reavley Gair. Published 1985. Some chapter headings: The Micmac Language. Maliseet: The language of the St John River Indians. Acadian Forms of speech. English Language in New Brunswick 1784-1984. Acadian Poetry. Short History of Acadian Theatre in New Brunswick. A look at the study of Acadian folklore. Early English Prose Written in NB. Public Speech and the Essay in Acadia.  The 18 chapters which make up this book, were written by scholars at variouis universities and colleges, offer for the first time a wide-ranging account of a diverse language. Soft cover. 286 pages. Index.  Used book. Good Condition. Book # 622.  $25.95 Canadian currency. $10.00 Shipping within North America. Contact Ruby
   
D-054 Gillis, James D., THE CAPE BRETON GIANT AND OTHER WRITINGS.  2002.  Contains The Cape Breton Giant: A Truthful Memoir, Other Writings by James D. Gillis, and Writings About James D. Gillis and Angus MacAskill. As New. $14.00  plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-055 Glass, John, and Doris Kennedy, THE BRIDGE.  The story of the longest covered bridge in the world at Hartland, N.B. As New. $14.00  plus shipping.  Contact Ruby


D-047 De Gannes, Renée, YORKSHIRE IMMIGRATION (1772-1775) BIBLIOGRAPHY: SELECTED SOURCES ON EARLY EUROPEAN SETTLEMENT IN THE CHIGNECTO REGION.  Sackville, N.B., 2000.  Continuous coil bound, 25pp., 8½ x 11.  New.  $15.00 plus $6.00 shipping Hold Sept HofNS


“Saint John” - A Sporting Tradition by Brian Flood lists 1,100 sport personalities in the index. Many pictures of individuals as well as teams have been included. Book  5029 $16.95 plus shipping .  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Sporting-Tradition.html


Books by Dearborn, Dorothy  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Dearborn.html 
New Brunswick Short Stories - Collected by Dorothy Dearborn
New Brunswick GHOSTS! DEMONS and things that go bump in the night
UNSOLVED NEW BRUNSWICK MURDERS by Dorothy Dearborn. I
DYSLEXIA  is the - A Biography - of Arther Evans Chesley - by Dorothy Dearborn
Madness and Murder in New Brunswick  by Dorothy Dearborn.
New Brunswick Sea Stories - Phantom Ships and Pirate's Gold Shipwrecks and Iron Men by Dorothy Dearborn.
True Stories - New Brunswickers At War by Dorothy Dearborn.
An Anecdotal History of  Kings County New Brunswick by Dorothy Dearborn
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D-040 Creighton, Helen (ed. by Rosemary Bauchman), THE BEST OF HELEN CREIGHTON.  Short selections from the twelve books on folklore published by Dr. Helen Creighton. As New. $14.00. plus shipping.
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D-041 Creighton, Helen, and Calum MacLeod, GAELIC SONGS IN NOVA SCOTIA.  National Museum of Man, Ottawa, 1979.  1st ed., pb, 308pp., with b&w photographs, bibliography, and index.  Ninety-two songs from Gaelic singers on Cape Breton Island first published in 1964.  Songs collected on tape by Dr. Helen Creighton and edited by Calum MacLeod, Professor of Celtic Studies at St. Francis Xavier University.  Each entry consists of the musical score, the Gaelic lyrics, an English translation, and explanatory notes.  As New. $29.00  plus shipping.
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D-042 Chichton, Whitcomb, THE STRUAN: FROM SAINT JOHN TO SANDLAKE.  “The story of the Struan began in John Fraser’s shipyard on Courtenay Bay in Saint John, New Brunswick, in 1877; it ended on Christmas Day, 1890, when the Struan was found stranded on the Oregon coast, a mile south of Cape Lookout.”  As New. $10.00
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D-045 Dalton, Roy C., THE JESUITS’ ESTATES QUESTION 1760-1888: A STUDY OF THE BACKGROUND FOR THE AGITATION OF 1889. 1968.  No. 11 in Canadian Studies in History and Development series.  Name and price inside.  Good condition with gilt lettering. $14.00. plus shipping. Contact Ruby


D-026 Chapman, J. K., RIVER BOY - LIFE ALONG THE ST. JOHN.  illustrated by Rhoda Chapman.   Dr. Chapman's first  volume on growing up at Gagetown, N.B..  Includes a chapter on the history of Gagetown.  As New. $12.00  plus shipping. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Chapman.html


D-029Chapman, J. K., A SKEIN OF YARNS. A mixture of true and fictional tales by the ‘River Boy’.  As New. $12.00 plus shipping. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Chapman.html


D-030 Chapman, J. K., WHERE THE WOODBINE TWINETH.. Twenty-one new tales, factual and fictional by the ‘River Boy’. New. $12.00  plus shipping. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Chapman.html


D-029Chapman, J. K., A SKEIN OF YARNS. A mixture of true and fictional tales by the ‘River Boy’.  As New. $12.00 plus shipping. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Chapman.html


D-030 Chapman, J. K., WHERE THE WOODBINE TWINETH.. Twenty-one new tales, factual and fictional by the ‘River Boy’. New. $12.00  plus shipping. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Chapman.html


D-031 Chiasson, Anselm, THE SEVEN-HEADED BEAST AND OTHER ACADIAN TALES FROM CAPE BRETON ISLAND.  1996.  1st English ed., translated by Rosie Aucoin Grace.  Twenty-three tales.  Large print book As new  $14.00 plus shipping.  Contact Ruby


D-032 Choyce, Leslie, ed., THE CAPE BRETON COLLECTION.1984.  Fiction and poetry by Silver Donald Cameron, Rita Joe, Hugh MacLennan, Alistair MacLeod, Farley Mowat, and 10 others. Good condition $15.00 plus shipping.  Contact Ruby


D-024 Campbell, Lyall, SABLE ISLAND, FATAL AND FERTILE CRESCENT.  1974.  6th (1994) printing, AsNew.  $14.00 plus shipping. Contact Ruby


D-023 Campbell, Colin, ADVENTURES OF A PARISH PRIEST. Good condition  $14.95 plus shipping.
Contact Ruby 





D-022  Camp, Dalton, POINTS OF DEPARTURE.  1979.  259pp.  Politics in Canada in the 1960s and ‘70s.  Good condition  $14.95 plus shipping. Contact Ruby

D-021 ON HOLD  Camp, Dalton, GENTLEMEN, PLAYERS, & POLITICIANS.1970.  Hb, 346pp., with  index.  A political memoir.  Good with tears in dj.  $14.95 plus shipping. Contact Ruby


D-025 Chapman, J. K., ed.,  FRANK HATHEWAY’S HIGHWAYS & BYWAYS. 1986.  Saddle-stitched, 50pp., with maps.  “A wonderful collection of rich, lively stories originally published in the Saint John Globe c1922.”  First issued in book form in 1982 as Hair from a Black Stallion’s Tail. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Chapman.html


D-018 Bumsted, J. M., THE SCOTS IN CANADA.  Canadian Historical Association, Ottawa, 1982.  Saddle-stitched, 20pp.  As new.  $17.95 plus shipping. Contact Ruby


D-017 Buckner, Philip A., TEACHING MARITIME STUDIES. 1986.  299pp., with notes and bibliographies.  Thirty-four essays on teaching Maritime studies at the university level, including a short essay by W. D. Hamilton on Indian Education Issues.  Good condition $29.95  plus shipping. Contact Ruby


D-016 Buckler, Ernest, WHIRLIGIG: SELECTED PROSE AND VERSE.  1977.  Good condition  $19.00 plus shipping  Contact Ruby


D-020 Cameron, Alistair, MILESTONES & MEMORIES. 1992.  As new.  $14.00 plus shipping


D-015 Bruce, Harry, MOVIN’ EAST.  1985.  1st ed., 240pp. A collection of pieces published in Nova Scotia and Canadian magazines, including articles on Hugh MacLennan, Alden Nowlan, Christopher Pratt, and others.  Good condition.  $30.00 plus shipping.  Contact Ruby


D-014 Bruce, Harry, ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF NOVA SCOTIA.  256pp., 7½  x 9½, with 60 b&w illustrations.  As New.  $29.95  plus shipping.  Contact Ruby


D-012 Boudreau, Amy, THE STORY OF THE ACADIANS.  Narrative poem followed by a historical sketch.  As new.  $13.00 plus shipping. Contact Ruby





D-010 Belliveau, John Edward, RUNNING FAR IN: THE STORY OF SHEDIAC.  As new  $23.00 plus shipping  Contact Ruby


D-009 Bell, David G., and E. Carol Rosevear, GUIDE TO THE LEGAL MANUSCRIPTS IN THE NEW BRUNSWICK MUSEUM.  N.B. Museum, Saint John, 1990.  - many of the documents described are of historical or genealogical interest. Good condition.  $20.00 plus shipping. Contact Ruby





D-003 Bailey, A. G.[Alfred Goldsworthy], ed., THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK MEMORIAL VOLUME.  U.N.B., Fredericton,  1950.  1st ed., hb, 125pp., with b&w photos.  An early history of the university by its first professional historian.  As new.  $19.95  plus shipping  Contact Ruby


D-001 Ashe, Robert, EVEN THE BABE CAME TO PLAY. The story of the amateur baseball teams in the Maritime Provinces in the 1930s.  As New.  $14.95  plus shipping.  Contact Ruby


D-171 Lovesay, Dorothy Mae, TO BE A PILGRIM: A BIOGRAPHY OF SILAS TERTIUS RAND, 1810-1889.  Lancelot Press, Hantsport, N.S., 1992.  1st ed., pb, 282pp., with chronology, notes, bibliography, and index.  The first full-scale biography of Silas T. Rand, 19th  century Protestant missionary to the Micmac Indians, linguist and lexicographer. New. $29.95 plus $10.00 shipping within North America


New Brunswick COUNTY MARRIAGE REGISTERS - Queens, Saint John and York Counties
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-NBMarriages.html  Contact Ruby


Marriage Records  KINGS COUNTY 1812-1844  Register "A"  
Marriage Records  KINGS COUNTY 1844-1867  Register "B"
Marriage Records  St. John County 1839-1847  Register "C".
Marriage Records  St John County 1847-1853  Register "D"  
See  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Cusack-Marriages.html


FOR SALE
MANY - NEW BRUNSWICK - NOVA SCOTIA - PEI and several 'hard to find' BOOKS
from my personal library.
  Scroll Down for many more books - lots of hard to find titles


CANADIAN CATHOLIC HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION - 28 volumes  REDUCED http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Canadian-Catholic.html


NOVA SCOTIA HISTORICAL REVIEW  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-NS-Review.html
REDUCED


INDEX TO FUNERAL RECORDS AND LEDGERS, 1899-1927, OF J. C. B. OLIVE, FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER, TRURO http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Olive.html


OLD NORTH ESK ON THE MIRAMICHI  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Esk.html



Country Parson - Memoirs of a Rural New Brunswick Ministry by Rev Basil J. Buckland.   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Buckland.html


JARED TOZER AND HIS DESCENDANTS  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Tozer.html


LOYALIST FAMILIES by Cleadie B. Barnett and Elizabeth S. Sewell
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Loyalist-Families.html


“A History and Story of Botsford ” - New Brunswick, Canada - by W. M. Burns
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Botsford.html


Pax Vobis - A History of the Diocese of Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada - its Bishops and Parishes by Rev. Dr. Michael McGowan published in 2004 - Read more about the publication at  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Pax-Vobis.html





Wanted a copy of  THE SALT AND THE FIR  report on the history of the Fundy Park area (New Brunswick) by Gilbert Allardyce  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Allardyce.html


THE CRADLE OF CONFEDERATION by Lorne Callbeck
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Callbeck.html


Hallowed Timbers the Wooden Churches of Cape Breton http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hallowed-Timbers.html


Acadiensis: Journal of the History of the Atlantic Region of Canada. Two box lots. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Acadiensis.html    


When Rum Was King - B J Grant
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Rum-King.html


The Melansons of Nineteenth-Century Southeastern New Brunswick
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Melanson.html


Reuben Cohen - A Time to Tell - The Public Life of a Private Man by Reuben Cohen published 1998
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Cohen.html


History of Fairvale, (Kings County, New Brunswick, Canada) http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Fairvale.html

OLDER WAYS - Traditional  Nova Scotian Craftsmen by Peter Barss
  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-NS-Variety.html

Life on Brier Island, Nova Scotia - Stories and Photos about the place, the people and the boats by Caroline Norwood.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Brier-Norwood.html

Fifty Years in the Fredericton Methodist Church and an Account in Detail of Semi-Centennial Jubilee Exercises in December 1902
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Fredericton-Methodist-Church.html

Wests of Coles Island  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Wests.html

Railways of New Brunswick by David Nason
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Railways.html

250 RCAF (Saint John) Air Force Association of Canada published We That Are Left Remember: New Brunswickers in the Air Force, edited by Valerie Evans, a collection of memories of those who flew through the clouds to serve their country.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Air-Force.html

GREAT Fire in Saint John in 1877
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-1877-SJ-Fire.html

104th REGIMENT OF FOOT (The New Brunswick Regiment) 1803-1817 by W. Austin Squires. 1962. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-104th.html

Steenwick - "CORNELIUS STEENWICK" - Dutch Governor of Acadie by John Clarence Webster. 12 pages.  Privately printed in 1929.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-STEENWICK.html

A HISTORY OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN EASTERN NOVA SCOTIA Volume I  1611-1827 by Rev Angus Anthony Johnston, LittD
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Johnston-Church.html.


THIS GOOD LOOKING LAND  117 sketches of Nova Scotia by Tom Forrestall.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Forrestall.html

THESE ARE THE MARITIMES by Will R Bird  This is a different sort of travel book of the Maritimes (New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island).
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-BIRD-Maritimes.html

Handbook of Nature Study by Anna Botsford Comstock . Copyright 1911. Ithaca - New York, Comstock Publishing 1935. 942 pages. Many illustrations. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Nature-Study.html

125 Years of Service 1848-1973 (8th Hussars)
Edited by Major E D Crook and Major J K Marteinson
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-8th-Hussars-Pictorial.html
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ALEXANDER CLARK LOYALIST by Esther Clark Wright
 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Wright-Clark.html

MEDICINE IN NEW BRUNSWICK
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-medicineNB.html

TAN YOUR HIDE!
- Home Tanning Leathers and Furs - With a Special Section on Working With Leather by HOBSON, PHYLLIS & EDWARDS, STEVEN
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Tan.html

A History of Trinity Church, Sussex, New Brunswick (Canada) and its Rectors 1792-1974.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Sussex-Trinity.html

Obligation and Opportunity - Single Maritime Women in Boston 1870-1930 by Betsy Beattie     http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Beattie-Boston-Girls.html

Miscou and Lameque: Two Islands and Their State of Bondage 1842-1861
by Gary Hughes

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hughes-Miscou.html

NOT BY CHOICE - The True Story of the French English Struggle http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Cougle-Choice.html

Memories of Kedgwick River’ by the Rev. Bernard Michael Broderick, presents interesting insights into the history of northern New Brunswick but first he takes the reader on a journey to discover the life his father left behind in Ireland.   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Broderick-KEDGWICK.html

UPS - DOWNS - Life Story of Nellie Winifred Platt by Michael Anthony Staples
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Staples-Ups-Downs.html

SALIQ - An Eskimo Grammar by A E Spalding http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Spalding-SALIQ.html

Indiantown - a town forgotten" by Richard Burke provides details on the life of the north end of the City of Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada in another era  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Indiantown.html

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JUST ENOUGH FOG TO KEEP IT COOL by ROBERT ASHE . http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Variety-1.html

Camera Canada - Special Edition (1977)  Several photos of Saint John from the Isaac Erb collection have been included.    http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Camera-Canada.html
MIRAMICHI RELATED BOOKS - PARTIAL LISTING

MIRAMICHI PAPERS by W D Hamilton
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Miramichi-Papers.html

COLLECTIONS OF THE NEW BRUNSWICK HISTORICAL SOCIETY  NO 20  1971 - THE FIRST COURTS AND EARLY JUDGES OF NEW BRUNSWICK - THE HOUSE OF THE HONOURABLE CHARLES SIMONDS BY LOUISE BANVILLE -   THE RESTORATION OF THE THREE LAMPS AT REEDS POINT (SAINT JOHN) - JARED TOZER THE POST REVOLUTIONARY YEARS BY W D HAMILTON  -   FOOTPRINTS OF BENEDICT ARNOLD, AND OTHERS. Book # 8184 - very good condition - $24.95 plus $8.00 shipping within North America.

D-017 Buckner, Philip A., TEACHING MARITIME STUDIES. 1986.  299pp., with notes and bibliographies.  Thirty-four essays on teaching Maritime studies at the university level, including a short essay by W. D. Hamilton on Indian Education Issues.  Good condition $29.95 plus $12.00 shipping

NOT CERTAIN THAT I HAVE A COPY  of ‘The Julian Tribe’ by W. D. Hamilton published in 1984   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Julian-Tribe.html

JARED TOZER AND HIS DESCENDANTS  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Tozer.html

Ships of the Miramichi by Louise Manny
A history of shipbuilding on the Miramichi River, New Brunswick, Canada, 1773-1919.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Manny-Ships-Miramichi.html

David’s Kingdom by W A Spray. - A history of the Anglican church in the parish of Chatham (Miramichi)
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-David-Kingdom.html

Gubbins' New Brunswick Journals 1811 & 1813.
 Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Gubbins -Inspecting Field Officer of Militia.  The publication "The Journal of 1811" Tour of militia units in central and southern New Brunswick, "The Journal of 1813"..inspection carried out on the eastern coast of New Brunswick and along the Miramichi River.
Card board cover. 92 pages 5 x 6.   Book # 385  $39.95 Canadian plus $10.00 shipping within North America

Loggieville - Child of Miramichi (New Brunswick, Canada) by  James A. Fraser (1973) relates details on events that were held in the community as well as information on the early settlers, fires, epidemics, quarantine station, sawmills, smelt fishing, name change, developing years, railway, businesses, education and much more.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Loggieville.html

MEMORIES OF THE MIRAMICHI by William C. Gaynor who was born in Chatham, New Brunswick in 1855 and spent his childhood and youthful years there and in several of the other communities which comprise the present city of Miramichi.  He left home in the 1870s to study for the Catholic priesthood and was subsequently curate of St. John the Baptist Church in Saint John, New Brunswick.   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Gaynor.html

The North West Miramichi: A History of the Locality with genealogies and history of the Menzies, Sinclair, Curtis, and Mullin families by Doreen Menzies Arbuckle - Signed by the author June, 1979.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Arbuckle.html

Ships of the Miramichi by Louise Manny - Book 6097 $19.85
A history of shipbuilding on the Miramichi River, New Brunswick, Canada, 1773-1919.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Manny-Ships-Miramichi.html

You're On The Miramichi - William T. Griffin who was born near Stanley, York County, NB in 1881.  He married Mary Elizabeth Gordon in 1903. His death occurred in 1974. Largely self-educated, an avid reader, and an inherent nature lover, he developed an early habit of recording anecdotes and incidents arising from his life and experiences as trapper, guide and woodsman. A great addition to the bookshelf of the woodsman or those interested in the Miramichi.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Miramichi.html

WILLIAM DAVIDSON 1740 - 1790  by W.H. Davidson -An Account of the Line of William Davidson otherwise John Godsman of Banffshire and Aberdeenshire in Scotland and Miramichi in British North America by W. H. Davidson, B.C.L., Q.C.   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-William-Davidson.html

The Allisons of Avish Hill & the Miramichi by Roger & Margaret Ruth
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Avish.html

D-145 Trueman, Stuart, GHOSTS, PIRATES, AND TREASURE TROVE: THE PHANTOMS THAT HAUNT NEW BRUNSWICK.  McClelland & Stewart, Toronto, 1975.  1st ed., hb, 155pp.  Twenty-two tales, including The Dungarvon Whooper and The Headless Nun from Miramichi folklore.  VG presentation copy in d.j.  $14.95.
plus shipping.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Trueman.html

D-131 Spray, Carole, WILL O' THE WISP: FOLK TALES AND LEGENDS OF NEW BRUNSWICK.  Brunswick Press, Fredericton, N.B., 1979.  Later printing, pb, 132pp., with b&w illustrations.  Forty folktales, including The Wizard of the Miramichi and The Dungarvon Whooper. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Wisp.html

OLD NORTH ESK ON THE MIRAMICHI  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Esk.html
A BOY'S LIFE IN FREDERICTON, ANECDOTES & REMINISCENCES.
Joseph Whitman Bailey. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Group-One.html

Locked In, Locked Out  by Shawn Jennings, M.D., an autobiographical account of his battle to recover from brain-stem stroke  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Group-One.html

The Beer Bandit Caper: The Mounties, Their Man and Mexico's Missing Moosehead by Harvey Sawler  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Group-One.html

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It Came by the Boat Load - Essays on Rum-Running by Geoff and  Dorothy Robinsonhttp://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Group-One.html

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TEMPERED BY RUM - Rum in the History of the Maritime Provinces

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Group-One.html

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From the Victorian Era to the Space Age 

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Group-One.html

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NEW BRUNSWICK MEN AT WAR - THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR (1899 - 1902) (Boer War)  by D F Johnson and B E O'Learyhttp://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Boer.html

MASTS AND MASTERS - a brief history of Sardine Carriers and Boatman by John D. Gilman  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Gilman-Masts-Masters.html


SAINT-FRANCOIS-DE-MADAWASKA - 1859-1984 - Jacques G. Albert
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Saint-Francois.html
One copy only of most titles

THE WOMEN OF ALBERT COUNTY (New Brunswick, Canada) by Linda Hersey
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Women-Albert-County.html

A HISTORY OF THE MALLORY FAMILY by S.V. Mallory Smith. Published by Phillmore & Co. Ltd. Shorwke Hall, Chichester, Sussex (England) in 1985.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Mallory.html

David Facey-Crowther compiled the  "The New Brunswick Militia Commissioned Officers' Lisits 1787 - 1867"
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Facey-Crowther.html

Geographic Place Names of New Brunswick - A Zany Gazeteer of Actual Places by Pamela Fulton http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Place-Names-Fulton.html

South Shore Seasoned Timbers - Some Historic Buildings from Nova Scotia’s South Shore Vol. 2 by Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-South-Shore.html

Schooner Bluenose - Story by Andrew Merkel - Pictures by W. R. MacAskill
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-NS-1.html

Cape Breton Ships and Men by John P Parker MBE Master Mariner
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-NS-1.html

Cape Breton Island Sketchbook by Ellison Robertson
  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-NS-1.html

Cape Breton - A Changing Scene - a collection of Cape Breton photographs 1860-1935 by Owen Fitzgerald  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-NS-1.html

To the Hill of Boisdale - A Short History and A Genealogical Tracing of the Pioneer Families of Boisdale, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia and the Surrounding Areas
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Boisdale.html

A HISTORY OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN EASTERN NOVA SCOTIA Volume I  1611-1827 by Rev Angus Anthony Johnston, LittD
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Johnston-Church.html

The Royal Canadian Dragoons - Sword Drill by Roger Duhamel F R S C 1962
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Sword-Drill.html

The World's Greatest War - Thrilling Stories From the Battlefields of Europe - Tragic Death of Lord Kitchener.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-World-Greatest-War.html

What the “Boys” Did Overthere By “Themselves” Published 1919. World War I stories by the "Boys"  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Boys-Did.html

MY HOBBIES THREE by Msgr. R. M. Hickey   Hickey-Hobbies-Three
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hickey-Hobbies-Three.html

THE STORY OF A BUSINESS AND ITS FOUNDERS by Dr. C. H. Blakeny
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Blakeny.html

HISTORY OF ANAGANCE AND THE ANAGANCE RIVER by Mrs. Flossie E. Hubley and W.I. Committee, Anagance, New Brunswick, Canada. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Anagance-Hubley.html

Antique Furniture by New Brunswick Craftsmen  by Huia G Ryder
More details at http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Furniture-Ryder.html

COLCHESTER FURNITURE MAKERS
More info at http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Colchester-Furniture.html

The History of Millville
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Millville.html

MIRAMICHI PAPERS by W D Hamilton

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Miramichi-Papers.html

 GENERATIONS
the quarterly publication of the New Brunswick Genealogical Society
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Generations.html

Honourable Judge Wilmot: A Biographical Sketch by Rev J. Lathern
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Wilmot.html

Life and Times of  Sir Leonard Tilley - Being a Political History of New Brunswick for the past seventy years by James Hannay. Published in St. John, New Brunswick in 1897
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Tilley.html

Desperate Stages - New Brunswick's Theatre in the 1840's by Edward Mullaly
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Desperate-Stages.html

Letters To Janet
by Bruce C. Caughill:  The Reconstructed Great War Experience of James Irenus Adams 26th and 104th New Brunswick Battalions.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Caughill.html

MATCHLOCK TO MACHINE GUN-The Firearms Collection of the New Brunswick Museum
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Matchlock.html


IN ENEMY HANDS - Canadian Prisoners of War 1939 - 1945 by Daniel G Dancocks http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-ENEMY-HANDS.html
BOOKS BY JOSH BEUTEL  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Beutel.html

Atlantic Schooners
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-ATLANTIC-SCHOONERS.html

THE LOYALIST DREAM for New Brunswick  - The Envy of the American States
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Condon-Loyalist-Dream.html



The Kings Loyal Americans: The Canadian Fact -  Passenger Lists by B Wood-Holt
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Wood-Holt-Kings-Loyal-Americans.html

Travelogue to the British Conquest and American Revolution in New Brunswick by Hannah Holland.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Holland-Travelogue-British-Conquest.html

The Catholic Church in the Maritimes by Reverend B. M. Broderick published 1989.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Broderick-Catholic-Church.html

Peoples of the Maritimes - Blacks - by Bridglal Pachai
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Blacks-Pachai.html

Letters from the Manse by  Joan Archibald Colborne    http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Colborne-Letters.html

Some Early Barbadian History
by P. F. Campbell. As well as: The Text of a book published anonymously in 1741 entitled  "Memoirs of the First Settlement of the Island of Barbados  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Barbadian-History.html

Annapolis Valley Saga
by Malcolm Cecil Foster. Illustrated by Howard Lewis Trueman. 
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Annapolis-Valley-Saga.html

From Humble Beginnings - The Story of Agriculture in New Brunswick

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Humble-Beginnings.html

THE DIARY OF SOPHIA MacNAB
- written at Dundurn Castle, Hamilton, 1846 age 13
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Diary-Sophia-MacNab.html

THE VILLAGE IN THE VALLEY - A HISTORY OF STANLEY, NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA AND VICINITY - Researched and compiled by Velma Kelly.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Village-Valley-stanley.html

HISTORY OF THE PARISH OF STANLEY AND ITS FAMOUS FAIR
by Rev. Frank Baird
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Stanley.html

THAT THE PAST MAY LIVE (Tales of my childhood and youth in Stanley, New Brunswick) by Martha V. Johnston.  Published in 1978
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Johnston-Stanley.html

RAMBLING RUBY by Ruby M. Cusack 
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Rambling-Ruby.html





Minto (New Brunswick, Canada) Memorial High School Year Books "RESURGAM"
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Minto.html

FOOTPRINTS  - A brief history of his ministry from the Memoirs of Duncan McColl (1754-1830)
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-McColl.html

Rapports des inspecteurs d'ecoles  School Inspectors Reports (Inkerman and Shippegan) (New Brunswick Canada) by Elaine Savoie Wilson.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-School-Inspectors-Reports.html


COUNTRY ROADS - RURAL PICTOU COUNTY, Nova Scotia - Drawings by L. B. Jenson.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Drawings-Pictou.html

The Julian Tribe’ by W. D. Hamilton published in 1984 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Julian-Tribe.html

FROM THE GROUND UP - THE EARLY YEARS IN DRUMMOND, NEW BRUNSWICK - THE WAR YEARS by Lucien Rioux
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-RIOUX-From-Ground-Up.html

I Believe in The Communion of Saints:” Ordained Ministers of the Reformed Baptist Church 1888-1966 by Vesta Dunlop Mullen
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-mullen-communion-saints.html

Annapolis Valley Saga by Malcolm Cecil Foster. Illustrated by Howard Lewis Trueman.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Annapolis-Valley-Saga.html

History of the Saint John General Hospital and School of Nursing by Alberta V. Hanscome
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Nursing-General-Hanscome.html

History of the Saint John General Hospital and School of Nursing 1955-1972
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Nursing.html

The McKay Motor Car - Nova Scotia's First Production Car by William H. McCurdy -Car built in 1911
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-McKay-Car.html

Some Early Barbadian History by P. F. Campbell. As well as: The Text of a book published anonymously in 1741 entitled "Memoirs of the First Settlement of the Island of Barbados http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Barbadian-History.html

HOW TO BRICKLE - The New Brunswick Funny Book http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Brickle.html

New Brunswick Acadian Parish Registers - Acadian Families
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Acadian-Families.html

School Text Book - Cours Primaire de francais Copyright 1945, 1949 
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Cours-Primaire.html
Terror - Murder and Panic in New Brunswick - May-November, 1989 by Rick MacLean and Andre Veniot
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Terror.html

TERROR'S END - The complete story of New Brunswick's Serial Killer - Allan Legere on Trial by Rick MacLean, Andre Veniot & Shaun Waters.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Terror-End.html

The Miramichi Axe Murder - Was Robbie Cunningham the Scapegoat for Allan Legere?
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Miramichi-Axe-Murder.html

Murder at McDonald's - The Killers Next Door by Phonse Jessome
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Jessome.html

THE RECTORY MURDER - The Mysterious crime that shocked Turn-of-the-Century New Brunswick
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Rectory-Murder.html

SAINT ANDREWS CHURCH - St. John, New Brunswick by David Russell Jack published in 1913 in Saint John by Barnes & Co
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Jack-Saint-Andrews-Church.html


THE HISTORY OF GERMAIN STREET BAPTIST CHURCH - St. John

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Germain.html

AMERICAN COOKERY - Formerly THE BOSTON COOKING SCHOOL MAGAZINE of Culinary Science and Domestic Economics March 1932 Vol XXXVI No 8 page 545 to 624

THE UPPER ST. JOHN VALLEY by Frank H. Sleeper and THE COMMUNITIES OF WESTERN AROOSTOOK COUNTY by Jackie Greaves and Christie Cochran.

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Images-America.html
 


A BOOK OF REMEMBRANCE or The History of St. John’s Church, Saint John, New Brunswick”
by Archibald Lang Fleming
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Fleming-Stone-Church.html



The Story of the Restigouche - Covering the Indian, French, and English Periods of the Restigouche Area
by George B MacBeath (hard to find publication)  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Restigouche-MacBeath.html
OLD TYME CHRISTMAS IN NEW BRUNSWICK by David Goss
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Goss-Old-Tyme-Christmas.html

SALMON RIVER ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO, An Address at the Centennial Celebration of the Chipman United Church July 6 th 1941 by Rev. Frank Baird M.A., D.D.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Baird-Salmon-River.html

SAINT JOHN IN THE GOLDEN AGE OF POSTCARDS 1900-1915
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Golden-Age-SJ.html

"CORNELIUS STEENWYCK" - Dutch Governor of Acadie by John Clarence Webster.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-STEENWICK.html

What Mean These Stones?
The Restoration of the Old Horton-Wolfville Burying-ground.
by  James Doyle DAVISON - 1990  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Horton.html

Eliza of Pleasant Valley
her Family, Church, and Community in Nineteenth Century Cornwallis Township, Kings County, Nova Scotia by James Doyle Davison
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Eliza.html

Rob MacNab A Story of Old Pictou
  by  Frank Baird
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Baird-MacNab.html


The Lady of Fort  St. John by Mary Hartwell Catherwood (Lady LaTourhttp://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Lady-LaTour.html

The History of Caraquet and Pokemouche  by William Francis Ganong
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Caraquet-Pokemouche.html

EARLY LOYALIST - Saint John
(New Brunswick, Canada) - The origin of New Brunswick Politics by D G Bell.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Bell-Loyalist.html

Wooden Ships and Iron Men by Frederick William Wallace
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Wallace-Ships.html

HISTORY OF NEW BRUNSWICK by James Hannay. Published in 1909. Two volumes.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hannay.html

The New Brunswick Museum (Canada) History Bulletins - 1960's
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-NBM.html

Masters of Sail  by Stanley T. Spicer  The Era of Square-rigged Vessels in the Maritime Provinces. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Spicer.html


One copy only of most titles
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CAPE BRETON HARBOUR by Edna  Staebler
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Staebler.html

NED LANDRY - Master of the Fiddle by Sandra L. Gowan.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Ned-Landry.html

An Eye to the Future - A History of Pocologan, New River, Lepreau and  Little Lepreau
by Ethel Anne Thompson. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Thompson-Eye-Future.html

GEMS OF HAPPINESS & WISDOM collected by Louis Murphy of Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Murphy-Gems.html


Book 1122 An Ultimate History of New Brunswick ( Canada ) by STUART TRUEMAN .
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Trueman.html

THE RUBY CHURCH - THE STORY OF ST MATTHEWS, THE GOULDS BY WINSTON RUBY.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Variety-1.html

 MEMORIES OF A LIFETIME by CAPTAIN JOHN RUSSELL .
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Variety-1.html

 ADAPTING TO A CHANGING SITUATION IN PLACENTIA BAY, NEWFOUNDLAND by JOHN LOU ENNIS . http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Variety-1.html

 TO HELL OR MELBOURNE  by FLORA KIDD . http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Kidd.html

RIVER BOY LIFE ALONG THE ST. JOHN
. ( ST. JOHN RIVER GAGETOWN NEW BRUNSWICK CANADA ) . WRITTEN BY J. K. Chapman. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Chapman.html

FAREWELL TO NOVA SCOTIA by JEFFERY HOLMES . 
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Variety-1.html

THE HIJACKING OF THE P. E. I. (Prince Edward Island) FERRY by Jeffrey Holmes
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Variety-1.html

THE GREAT TREES OF NEW BRUNSWICK  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Great-Trees.html

THE MOONLIGHT SKATER. 9 CAPE BRETON STORIES AND THE DREAM by BEATRICE MACNEIL http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Variety-1.html

 THE BRIDGE In Hartland, New Brunswick by John Glass and Doris Kennedy. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Variety-1.html

STORIES FROM NOVA SCOTIA by Calum I. N. MACLEOD. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Variety-1.html

ATLANTIC SCHOONERS DATED 1967 .
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Variety-1.html

THE TOWN THAT DIED - A CHRONICLE OF THE HALIFAX DISASTER by MICHAEL J . BIRD  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Variety-1.html

OUTSTANDING WOMEN OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND compiled by the Zonta Club of Charlottetown. (1981)
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Variety-1.html

THE GOVERNOR OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND by Rick Bowers
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Variety-1.html
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-BENEDICT.html
ALONG THE KING'S HIGHWAY by  M. Allen Gibson published by the Home Mission Board of the United Baptist Convention of the Atlantic Provinces (1964)
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Kings-Highway.html

Official Historical Booklet Diocese of Saint John Published at the occasion of the Diocesan Rally of Catholic Men - September 19, 1948, Saint John, New Brunswick.
More info at http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Diocese.html
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FRANCE & FLANDERS. Four Years Experience Told in Poem and Story by  Sapper W Brindle. With Souvenir photographs of the visit of H.R.H. the Prince of Wales to Saint John, New Brunswick, August 15, 1919
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Brindle-France-Flanders.html

THESE ARE THE MARITIMES by Will R Bird  This is a different sort of travel book of the Maritimes (New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island).
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-BIRD-Maritimes.html

"THE MONCTONIANS" by J E Belliveau. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Monctonians.html
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THIS GOOD LOOKING LAND  117 sketches of Nova Scotia by Tom Forrestall.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Forrestall.html
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Books by Dorothy Dearborn
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Dearborn.html

Constance Whittaker Soulikias - Poetry - Alabaster Box & Uninvited Touch
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Soulikias-Poetry.html

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KINGSTON  "THE BUILDERS" by Darlene Love. Feathers & Rose Press - Kingston 1984
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-LOVE-Kingston.html
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The Crooked Log - A Ranger Reminisces by G. Myles DeLong 
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-DeLong.html


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Early Schools of Kings County, New Brunswick. Published by the Kings County Retired Teachers' Association. Printed in 1983.  This 272 page  book contains information on 180 schools of Kings County. 
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Kings-School.html

Kingston and the Loyalists of the Spring Fleet of  1783 with Reminiscences of Early Days in Connecticut: A Narrative by Walter Bates, Esq.,  to which is appended a Diary written by Sarah Frost on her voyage to St. John, N. B. with the Loyalists of 1783 was first published at Saint John in1889
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Spring-Fleet.html

THE DIARY OF SARAH CLINCH - A spirited Socialite in Victorian Nova Scotia.
Edited by Meghan Hallett  Published 2001
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Clinch.html




ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF CONFLICT BETWEEN THE NATIONS OF EUROPE - THE CAUSES AND ISSUES OF THE GREAT WAR

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-War-100-years-conflict.html

THRILLING STORIES OF THE GREAT WAR

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-War-Thrilling-Stories.html

THE TRAGIC STORY OF THE EMPRESS OF IRELAND
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Empress-Ireland.html
"Story of the Springhill Disaster comprising a Full and Authentic Account of the Great Coal Mining Explosion at Springhill Mines, Nova Scotia, February 21st, 1891 including a History of Springhill and its Collieries" by R A  H Morrow
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Springhill-Disaster.html


The 8th HUSSARS  -  A History of  the Regiment by   Douglas How (1964)
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hussars.html
The Weldon Genealogy   - The Family of Weldon in Canada 1732-1952 - Including their lineage to the first  Progenitor in England, in 1066 A.D. by William S. Weldon. Published in 1953.   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Weldon.html

Samphire Greens  - The Story of The Steeves  written by the well known  author Esther Clark Wright in 1961. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Wright-Samphire.html

PRIX STRATHBUTLER AWARD  1991 - 1995 - Sandra Flood -FIVE NEW BRUNSWICK (Canada) ARTISTS
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Flood-Sandra.html

EARLY VIEWS OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA by Ian G. Lumsden
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Lumsden.html

STANDARD FASHIONS  - June -1912  Volume XXXIV  Number 2 - Published monthly by STANDARD FASHION COMPANY, New York - (Catalogue of Dress Patterns)

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Standard-Fashion.html

Six Salmon Rivers and Another  -   George Frederick Clarke  
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Clarke-Six.html

MEN'S, YOUTHS' AND BOYS' ATTIRE catalogue Scovil Bros. Limited, Oak Hall - Saint John, New Brunswick - Spring and Summer 1916
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Scovil.html

OUTHOUSES OF THE EAST (Canada)  by Sherman Hines and Ray Guy
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Outhouses.html

MINTO CORONATION SOUVENIR
  - Minto, New Brunswick, May 12, 1937
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Minto-Coronation.html

CLAN MacDONALD  Vol VII  -MacDonald College Annual 1939
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Clan-MacDonald.html

ALLISONIAN  - MOUNT ALLISON UNIVERSITY - YEARBOOKS  1971, 1973 1977 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-ALLISONIAN.html

Minto Memorial High School Year Books 1964, 1970 , 1972, 1975 and 1977.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Minto.html

THE KON-TIKI EXPEDITION by Thor Heyerdahl        http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-KON-TIKI.html

WEEDS of the WOODS - Some Small Trees and Shrubs of New Brunswick by Glen Blouin
         http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Blouin.html

104th Annual Report of the Department of Lands and Mines of the Province of New Brunswick for the year ending 31st October, 1940 and one for 1939
Annual Report of Agriculture 1940
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Govt-Reports.html

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE SCHOOLS OF NEW BRUNSWICK
BY THE CHIEF SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION.  1920s - 1930s 
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Education-Reports.html


MUD, SWEAT AND TEARS - TALES FROM A COUNTRY VET by Bud Ings 
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Ings.html


1783-1883   Foot-Prints or Incidents in Early History of New Brunswick by J W Lawrence http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Lawrence-Foot-Prints.html

A BEULAH JOURNAL - THE FIRST 50 YEARS 1894-1944 by Bernard Mullen.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Mullen-Beulah.html

A Time There Was - Petersville and Other Abandoned Settlements in Queens County, New Brunswick, 1815-1953 by Marion Gilchrist Reicker. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Reicker-TIME.html


Selected Verse by Glenn E Pond - Lyrics of Nashwaak River Valley
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Pond-Selected-Verse.html

Simon Baxter - The first United Empire Loyalist to settle in New Brunswick, (Canada).
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Simon-Baxter.html


Index to the Death Roll of the Saint John Globe 1897-1926 by Ruby M Cusack.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Death-Roll.html



The 8th HUSSARS  -  A History of  the Regiment
by   Douglas How (1964)
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hussars.html
The Weldon Genealogy   - The Family of Weldon in Canada 1732-1952 - Including their lineage to the first  Progenitor in England, in 1066 A.D. by William S. Weldon. Published in 1953.   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Weldon.html

Samphire Greens  - The Story of The Steeves  written by the well known  author Esther Clark Wright in 1961. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Wright-Samphire.html
PRIX STRATHBUTLER AWARD  1991 - 1995 - Sandra Flood -FIVE NEW BRUNSWICK (Canada) ARTISTS
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Flood-Sandra.html

EARLY VIEWS OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA
by Ian G. Lumsden
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Lumsden.html

STANDARD FASHIONS  - June -1912  Volume XXXIV  Number 2 - Published monthly by STANDARD FASHION COMPANY, New York - (Catalogue of Dress Patterns)
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Standard-Fashion.html

MEN'S, YOUTHS' AND BOYS' ATTIRE catalogue Scovil Bros. Limited, Oak Hall - Saint John, New Brunswick - Spring and Summer 1916
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Scovil.html

OUTHOUSES OF THE EAST (Canada)  by Sherman Hines and Ray Guy

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Outhouses.html

MINTO CORONATION SOUVENIR
  - Minto, New Brunswick, May 12, 1937
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Minto-Coronation.html

CLAN MacDONALD  Vol VII  -MacDonald College Annual 1939
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Clan-MacDonald.html

ALLISONIAN  - MOUNT ALLISON UNIVERSITY - YEARBOOKS 1970, 1971, 1973 1977 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-ALLISONIAN.html

Minto Memorial High School Year Books 1964, 1970 , 1972, 1975 and 1977.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Minto.html

THE KON-TIKI EXPEDITION by Thor Heyerdahl  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-KON-TIKI.html
     
WEEDS of the WOODS
- Some Small Trees and Shrubs of New Brunswick by Glen Blouin         http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Blouin.html

"Story of the Springhill Disaster comprising a Full and Authentic Account of the Great Coal Mining Explosion at Springhill Mines, Nova Scotia, February 21st, 1891 including a History of Springhill and its Collieries" by R A  H Morrow
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Springhill-Disaster.html


ANNUAL REPORT OF THE SCHOOLS OF NEW BRUNSWICK BY THE CHIEF SUPERINTENDENT OF EDUCATION.  1920s - 1930s  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Education-Reports.html

104th Annual Report of the Department of Lands and Mines of the Province of New Brunswick for the year ending 31st October, 1940 and one for 1939
Annual Report of Agriculture 1940
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Govt-Reports.html
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Some Loyalists and Others by Isabel Louise Hill
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-HILL-Some-Loyalists.html
 
COLCHESTER FURNITURE MAKERS
More info at http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Colchester-Furniture.html
COLCHESTER COUNTY  (Nova Scotia) - A PICTORIAL HISTORY - S F Creighton            http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-creighton-colchester.html
Maggie Vail Story  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Maggie-Vail.html

1783-1883   Foot-Prints or Incidents in Early History of New Brunswick by J W Lawrence http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Lawrence-Foot-Prints.html

A BEULAH JOURNAL - THE FIRST 50 YEARS 1894-1944 by Bernard Mullen.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Mullen-Beulah.html
Share & Care: The Story of the Nova Scotia Home for Colored Children by Charles R. Saunders
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Saunders-Share-Care.html

The Immigration & Settlement of the Black Refugees of the War of 1812 in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick by John N. Grant.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Grant-Black-Refugees.html
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PROMINENT PEOPLE OF THE MARITIME PROVINCES  [Canada] in BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL LIFE.  Published in 1922 - First edition. 2 columns - 215 pages.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Prominent-Maritimes.html
Prominent People of New Brunswick in the Religious, Educational, Political. Professional, Commercial, and Social Activities of the Province.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Prominent.html
BY GEORGE!” written in 1988 by George Russell of Truro, Nova Scotia
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-By-George.html

Petitcodiac by Esther Clark Wright. 
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Wright-Petitcodiac.html
 http://www.rubycusack.com/Books-Wright.html
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St. John River and its Tributaries by Esther Clark Wright  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Wright-SJ-River.html

People and Places - New Brunswick by Esther Clark Wright. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Wright-People.html
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Saint John Ships and Their Builders by Esther Clark Wright. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Wright-Saint-John.html
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Back A Long Way by Esther Clark Wright. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Wright-Back-Long-Way.html

An Outline of the History of Central New Brunswick to the Time of Confederation by Lilian M. B. Maxwell.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Maxwell-Central-NB.html
Canada’s Fighting Pilots by Edmund Cosgrove with a preface by Air Marshal Hugh L Campbell. Published 1965. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Fighting-Pilots.html
Selected Verse by Glenn E Pond - Lyrics of Nashwaak River Valley
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Pond-Selected-Verse.html
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History of Sackville
- New Brunswick [Canada] by Dr W C Milner (First Edition 1934)
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Milner-Sackville.html
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History of the Parish of Chipman by Rev. Frank Baird
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Baird-Chipman.html
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Simon Baxter
- The first United Empire Loyalist to settle in New Brunswick, (Canada). His ancestry and descendants by Hon. John B. M. Baxter, Chief Justice of New Brunswick - A Great-Great Grandson. Published by The New Brunswick Museum (Historical Section) 1943.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Simon-Baxter.html
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SWING HIGH by Father B. J. Murdoch
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Murdoch-Swing-High.html

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The Red Vineyard by Rev B J Murdoch
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Murdoch-Red-Vineyard.html

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The Menders by Father B J Murdoch
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Murdoch-Menders.html

 Stairway to the Stars by Father Hugh F. X. Sharkey, S. F. M. - Poems and Ballads
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Sharkey-Stairway.html
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Ships of the Miramichi by Louise Manny
A history of shipbuilding on the Miramichi River, New Brunswick, Canada, 1773-1919.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Manny-Ships-Miramichi.html

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A History of Anagance Ridge by Margaret K. Elliott
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Elliott-Anagance-Ridge.html


DON'T SLIP ON THE SOAP by Andy MacDonald - More crazy capers from the best-selling author of Bread and Molasses.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Andy.html

Indian Women and the Law in Canada: Citizens Minus by Kathleen Jamieson
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Indian-Women.html
Saint John’s Exhibitions [New Brunswick, Canada] by Russell A Cowan. Published 1983.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Ex.html
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FRONT BENCHES & BACK ROOMS - A story of corruption, muckraking, raw partisanship and political intrigue in New Brunswick (Canada) by Arthur T Doyle. Published in 1976. 306 pages.
 
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Front-Benches.html
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New Brunswick and Its People - The Biography of A Canadian Province by Stewart MacNutt
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-MacNutt.html

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The Tides of Discipline by Ethel Thompson. 
A personal history of three traditional fishing communities: Chance Harbour, Dipper Harbour and Maces Bay, situated on the South Shore of New Brunswick.
Published in 1978.

More details at http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Tides-of-Discipline.html


Canada’s Fighting Pilots by Edmund Cosgrove with a preface by Air Marshal Hugh L Campbell. Published 1965.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Fighting-Pilots.html
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Remember Yesterday - A Century of Photographs
- Pierre Berton.  Published 1965
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Remember-Yesterday.html

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NEW BRUNSWICK INSIDE OUT by Colleen Thompson - The only complete guide to Canada’s Picture Province.  Published 1977
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-NB-Inside.html

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Voices of the Bay
- Reflections on Changing Times along Fundy Shores - edited by Richard Wilbur and Janice Harvey. 1992.  Interviews by David H. Thompson.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Voices-Bay.html

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Echoes of the Past - From the Millstream and Surrounding Areas
.

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Echoes-Past.html

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The Glorious Story of the Fighting 26th
- New Brunswick’s One infantry Unit in the Greatest War of All Ages by R W Gould (Editor of the “Maritime Retailer” St. John, N.B. and S K Smith (City Editor of the “Daily Telegraph”, St John, N.B
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Glorious-26th.html

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Heritage Trails & Footpaths on Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick, Canada
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Trails-Grand-Manan.html
THE CANADIAN INDIAN - Published 1990.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Canadian-Indian.html
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1970 -1971 New Brunswick (Canada) Teachers College Year Book

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Tutoris.html

How Well I Remember Speerville, New Brunswick (Canada) by Murray Hubbard
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Speerville.html
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David’s Kingdom by W A Spray. - A history of the Anglican church in the parish of Chatham (Miramichi)
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-David-Kingdom.html
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Allen School 1784-1984
[of Keswick, York County, New Brunswick].
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Allen-School.html
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Maugerville [New Brunswick, Canada] 1763-1963 compiled by Miss Louise Hill.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Maugerville.html
History of the White Family - A Genealogical History of the Descendants of Peter White of New Jersey From 1670 and of William White and Deborah Tilton his wife - Loyalists by James E. White. Published in 1906 in Saint John, New Brunswick by Barnes & Co.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-White-Family.html

The Descendants of David Duncan of Aberdeen (Scotland) - The Duncan Family Tree (Northern New Brunswick, Canada) by D W McGarry
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Duncan.html

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Temperance Vale - The People and Times of a New Brunswick (Canada) Settlement  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Temperance-Vale.html

Early Motoring in New Brunswick (1905 - 1914)
by Lucide Rioux
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Early-Motoring.html
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Nackawic Bend - 200 Years of History

http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Nackawic-Bend.html
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Medicine in New Brunswick by Dr. W. Brenton Stewar
t.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-medicineNB.html
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WHISTLING BANJOMAN - GEORGE HECTOR.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hector.html
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Will O'The Wisp by Carole Spray  - Folk Tales and Legends of New Brunswick.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Wisp.html

The Story of the Great Fire in St. John, N. B. - June 20th 1877 by George Stewart. The city of Saint John, New Brunswick has suffered from many fires but the Great Fire of June 20, 1877 was the most destructive of all. http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-1877-SJ-Fire.html


"Joyce's Journal - Memories and Other Things" by Joyce Chapman Thorne. Daughter of Ralph Chapman and wife of J Niven Thorne.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Joyce's-Journal.html
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Genung - Ganong - Ganung - A History of the Descendants of Jean Guenon of Flushing, Long Island" contains much genealogical information on the Genung - Ganong - Ganung families.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Ganong.html
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Geographical Names of New Brunswick”  by Alan Rayburn
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Rayburn.html
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Atlantic Canada  - At The Dawn Of A New Nation -  An Illustrated History by E. Boyde Beck, Greg Marguis, Joan M. Payzant and Shannon Ryan.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Dawn-New-Nation.html

The Medical Adviser in Life Assurance by Edward Henry Sieveking. Published in London by J. & A. Churchill, New Burlington Strret. 1874.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-MedicalAdvisor.html


My Fling On The Farm - Patricia Bredin MacCulloch a successful singer and actress was married to Charles MacCulloch a wealthy Halifax, Nova Scotia financier.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Fling.html


CANADA'S FIRST CITY - SAINT JOHN   - THE CHARTER OF 1785 AND COMMON COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS UNDER MAYOR G G LUDLOW 1785 - 1795.   http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Teed-Eric.html

The Port of Saint John . . From Confederation to Nationalization 1867 - 1927 by Elizabeth W McGahan  Volume I. 
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Port-SJ.html

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Festivals of Finland  - Hazel Lauttamus Birt. A light-hearted look at the yearly festivals of the Finns, their customs, folktales and myths. 126 pages. Illustrated in halftone woodcut prints and line drawings. The book was written for children but all ages will find it informative. The author grew up in the Finnish Settlement of New Finland, Sask. She and her husband live in Winnipeg and spend their summers in a country school house studio in Prince Edward Island. Book # 258.  $19.95 Canadian Currency plus shipping.    Contact   Ruby   
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"THOSE CROWDED YEARS 1863-1944" - An Octogenarian's Record of Work by John Clarence Webster. Privately printed for his family. Shediac, New Brunswick, Canada - 1944  (51 pages) .
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Those-Crowded-Years.html
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The Splendid Life of Albert  Smith and the Women He Left Behind.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Belliveau-Smith.html

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ILLUSTRATED NEWS. Juliana Horatia Ewing's Canadian Pictures 1867-1869  
Donna McDonald 1985 (Juliana lived in Fredericton, New Brunswick in the 1860's). http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Ewing.html

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TRAIN TIME by M Allen Gibson. Nostalgic glimpses of a Wolfville Boyhood during which train watching was a happy pastime. Published by Lancelot Press in 1973.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Train-Time.html


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An Historical Sketch of  The First Fifty Years of the Church of England in New Brunswick by the Rev. G. Herbert Lee. - 1880
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Fifty-Anglican.html
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Early New Brunswick Photographs
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Photos-Fellows.html

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New Kincardineshire - An Intimate History of the Early Years of a Scottish Settlement in New Brunswick - by Duncan A. MacPhail.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Kincardineshire.html
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Foot-Prints In Time - New Brunswick Historical Society
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Foot-Prints.html

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History of the Saint John General Hospital and School of Nursing 1955-1972
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Nursing.html
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Life in the Backwoods of New Brunswick by Mrs Frances Beavan
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Beavan.html
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Eleven Exiles,  Accounts of Loyalists of the American Revolution
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Eleven-Exiles.html
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St. George and its Neighbours by David Goss with Elizabeth Toy
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-St-George.html


The 8th HUSSARS  -  A History of  the Regiment by   Douglas How (1964)
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hussars.html
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A PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE 8th CANADIAN HUSSARS (PRINCESS LOUISE’S)
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-8th-Hussars-Pictorial.html
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The 8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise's), 1962 - 1987.
MacDonald, Major G H (Editor-in-Chief.)
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Hussars-1987.html
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8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise’s) 1957 - 1967
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-8th.html
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HISTORY OF THE PARISH OF STANLEY AND ITS FAMOUS FAIR by Rev. Frank Baird
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Stanley.html
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A Time There Was - Petersville and Other Abandoned Settlements in Queens County, New Brunswick, 1815-1953 by Marion Gilchrist Reicker
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Reicker-TIME.html

One copy only of most titles

Fredericton New Brunswick, British North America by Isabel Louise Hill
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Fredericton.html
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SOUTH AFRICA and the BOER - BRITISH WAR
 
by Hopkins and Halstead. Volume I  - Published 1900  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Boer.html
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BATMAN TO BRIGADIER by Col. A L Barry - 2NBR (North Shore Regiment) -[ New Brunswick, Canada]
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-2NBR.html
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Voices from Reconstruction Years 1865-1877 by Glenn M. Linden brings together a collection of fascinating firsthand accounts of people who lived the Civil War period.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Voices.html

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BLACK ISLANDERS - Island Studies - by Jim Hornby  - “Prince Edward Island’s Historical Black Community”   Published 1991 by the Institute of Island Studies, Charlottetown.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Black-Islanders.html
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The Blacks In New Brunswick by W. A. Spray. Published in 1972.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Blacks.html
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The Bargain - a novel by Mary Pat Crude (1997) http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Bargain.html
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The Alpine Path - The Story of My Career by L. M. Montgomery.
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Alpine-Path.html


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Cavanaugh/Kavanagh-From Ireland to New Brunswick
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Cavanaugh.html
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Quebec Women - A History (1987) - The Clio Collective: Micheline Dumont, Michele Jean, Marie Lavigne, Jennifer Stoddart. Translated by Roger Gannon and Rosalind Gill.
 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Quebec-Women.html
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DON'T SLIP ON THE SOAP by Andy MacDonald - More crazy capers from the best-selling author of Bread and Molasses.  http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Andy.html

Still Alarm: A Pictorial Overview of the Saint John Fire Department (New Brunswick, Canada) 
As It Enters Its 3rd Century of Service with Pride
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http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Still-Alarm.html

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SILENT ETHINICITY
- The Dutch in New Brunswick by Will. C. van den Hoonaard
http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Dutch.html
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"JANET WEBSTER ROCHE - LAST LETTERS".
 http://www.rubycusack.com/Book-Janet.html
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