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Maritime Provinces: Bibliography


Akins, T.B. History of Halifax City. Halifax: Nova Scotia Historical Society, 1895.

Alline, Henry. The Life and Journal of the Rev. Mr. Henry Alline, edited by James Beverley and Barry Moody. Hantsport, NS: Lancelot Press for Acadia Divinity College and the Baptist Historical Committee of the United Baptist Convention of the Atlantic Province, 1982.

Allodi. Mary. Print Making in Canada: The Earliest Views and Portraits. Toronto: Royal Ontario Museum, 1980.

Anderson, Beryl. “List of Books for a Public Library in Halifax, 1793” Nova Scotia Historical Review 12, no. 1 (1992): 119-150.

Armour, Charles. “Nineteenth Century Printed Invoices.” Panel presentation to“Printing and Publishing in Eastern Canada (Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes), 1751-1900.” Halifax, 1991.

Aubrey, Irene. “Canadian Children s Literature in the Atlantic Provinces.” APLA Bulletin 47, no. 2 (Sept. 1983): 5-9.

Bagnall, Cecil T. “A Name Which Sends Our Thoughts Back to the Old Time.” Prince Edward Island Magazine (December 1902): 351-353.

Bailey, A.G. “Creative Moments in the Culture of the Maritime Provinces.” Dalhousie Review 29 (October 1949): 231-244.

Baker, Janet. “Journalistic Literature of Westmorland County, New Brunswick, 1853-1899.” M.A. thesis, University of New Brunswick, 1973.

Baker, Ray Palmer. “The Literary Background of the Maritime Provinces.” Manuscript held at Queen’ University.

Baker, William M. “An Irish-Canadian Journalist-politician and Catholicism: Timothy Anglin of the Saint John Freeman.” in Canadian Catholic Historical Association. Study Sessions (1977): 5-24.

Baker, William M. Timothy Warren Anglin, 1822-1896: Irish Catholic Canadian. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1977.

Banks, Joyce, comp. Books in Native Languages in the Rare Book Collections of the National Library of Canada. rev. and enlarged ed. Ottawa: The Library, 1985.

Bartlett, Mark C., comp. Pre-1701 Imprints in Nova Scotia Collections. Halifax, 1994. 231 p.

Bartlett, Mark C. and Bertrum H. MacDonald. “The Bible, Bacon, Incunabula, and Other Treasures: Characteristics of Early Printed Books in Ten Nova Scotia Public Collections.” Paper presented to the annual conference of the Bibliographical Society of Canada, Halifax, June 1996.

Bartlett, Mark C., Fiona A. Black, and Bertrum H. MacDonald, comp. The History of the Book in Canada: A Bibliography (Halifax, 1993)

Bates, Iain and Pat Townsend. “William C. Milner and Maritime Libraries.” Canadian Library Journal 38 (December 1981): 407- 410.

Bateson, Nora. The Carnegie Library Demonstration in Prince Edward Island, Canada, 1933-1936. Charlottetown: Prince Edward Island Libraries, 1936. 52 p.

Bateson, Nora. Library Survey of Nova Scotia. Halifax: Department of Education, 1938.

Battiste, Marie. An Historical Investigation of the Social and Cultural Consequences of Micmac Literacy. Ed.D. dissertation, Stanford University, 1984. 224p. (Dissertations Abstracts #8408385)

Battiste, Marie. “Micmac Literacy and Cognitive Assimilation.” in Indian Education in Canada. vol. 1: The Legacy. Edited by Jean Barman, Yvonne Hébert, and Don McCaskill. Vancouver: UBC Press, 1986. p. 23-44.

Battiste, Marie and Jean Barman, eds. First Nations Education in Canada: The Circle Unfolds. Vancouver: UBC Press, 1995.

Beard, John Robert. Canadian Provincial Libraries. Ottawa: Canadian Library Association, 1967. (CLA-ACB Occasional Paper, no. 54).

Beavan. Mrs. F. Sketches and Tales Illustrative of Life in the Backwoods of New Brunswick... (London: Routledge, 1845); repr. St. Stephen, New Brunswick, 1980.

Beck, J. Murray. “Howe, Joseph.” Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Vol. 10, 1871-1880. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1972. p. 362-370.

Beckwith, John. “Tunebooks and Hymnals in Canada, 1801-1939,” American Music 6, no. 2 (1988): 193-234.

Bell, David G. Henry Alline and Maritime Religion. Ottawa: Canadian Historical Association, 1993.

Bell, David G. The Newlight Baptist Journals of James Manning and James Innes. Saint John: Acadia Divinity College and the Baptist Historical Committee of the United Baptist Convention of the Atlantic Provinces, 1984.

Bishop, Olga B. “The First Printing Press in Canada, 1751-1800.” in Books in America s Past. edited by David Kaser. Charlottesville, VA: University Press of Virginia, 1966. pp. 129-148.

Bishop, Olga B. Publications of the Governments of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick, 1758-1952. Ottawa: National Library of Canada, 1957. 237p.

Black, Fiona A. “Advent'rous Merchants and Atlantic Waves: A Study of Mercantile Practices Affecting the Book Trade Between Scotland and Nova Scotia, 1750-1820.” Paper presented to“Scotia and Nova Scotia Conference” Halifax, September 1996.

Black, Fiona A. “Bibliographical Print Shops: Vulnerable Scholarly Resources?” Épilogue 9, no. 1 (1994): 23-29.

Black, Fiona A. “Newspapers as Primary Sources in Canadian-Scottish Book Trade History: The Example of Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1752-1820.” Épilogue 10, no. 1 & 2 (1995): 43-51.

Black, Fiona A. “A Scottish Element in Canadian Print Culture: Some Preliminary Questions on Definition and Evidence.” Eighteenth-Century Scotland 10 (1996): 11-14.

Blakeley, Phyllis. “Music in Nova Scotia, 1605-1867.” Dalhousie Review 31, no. 2 (1951): 94-101, and 31, no. 3 (1951): 223-230.

“Bluenose Printers in Boston,” Halifax Morning Herald 15th August 1884.

Bogaard, Paul A. “The Presbyterian Contribution to Higher Education: Teaching Science in Maritime Universities.” in The Contribution of Presbyterianism to the Maritime Provinces of Canada. Edited by Charles H.H. Scobie and G.A. Rawlyk. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’ University Press, 1997. p. 35-53.

Bond, Mary. Canadian Directories, 1790-1987: A Bibliography and Place-Name Index. Ottawa: National Library of Canada, 1989, 3v.

Boylan, Heather. Checklist and Historical Directory of Prince Edward Island Newspapers, 1787-1986. Charlottetown: Public Archives of Prince Edward Island, 1987. 211 p.

Bruce, Charles. “Library Interest Growing,” The Chronicle Herald, Thursday, 16th April 1959, p. 20.

Calderisi Bryce, Maria. Music Publishers in the Maritimes, 1801-1900” APLA Bulletin 49, no. 2 (Sept. 1985): 10-11.

Carroll, E.G. “History of Printing: Prince Edward Island.” Canadian Antiques Collector 8 (March/April 1973): 43-45.

Carruthers, George. Papermaking. Toronto: Garden City Press Co-operative, 1947. 712 p. Chapter 7 “Early New Brunswick paper mills.”

Catalogue of Library of Francis B. Hazen, St. John, New Brunswick. St. John: s.n., 1887. 24 p.

Catalogue of 127 Old Bindings Collected by Douglas Cockerell, Bookbinder of Letchworth, England, and Bought from Him by Dr. William Morse of Cambridge, Mass. Letchworth, England: Cockerell, 1936. 2 v.

Cheverie, Carol Anne. “A Brief History and Bibliography of the Fredericton Tuesday Night Writers, 1966-1983.” M.A. thesis. University of New Brunswick, 1984. 123 leaves.

Childress, G. Boyd. “Early Printing in Canada: The American Influence.” The Book. (Newsletter of the Program in the history of the book in American Culture) 20 (March 1990): 2-4.

Clark, Andrew Hill. “Titus Smith, Junior, and the Geography of Nova Scotia in 1901 and 1802.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 44, no. 4 (1954): 291-314.

Collins. Mary. The First Twenty-five Years: Laubach Literacy in Canada, 1970-1995. Saint John, 1996.

Colquhoun. A.H.W. “A Century of Canadian Magazines.” Canadian Magazine 17 (1901): 141-149.

Commission of Enquiry. Libraries in Canada. A Study of Library Conditions and Needs. Toronto an d Chicago: The Ryerson Press and the American Library Association, 1933. See chapter II. “The Prince Edward Island Situation, and Chapter III. “The Maritime Provinces: New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.”

Cooke, Dorothy. An Index to Acadiensis, 1901-1908. Halifax: School of Library Service, Dalhousie University, 1983. (Occasional Papers Series, no. 33)

Cooper, Timothy G. Church Music in Nineteenth-Century Canada as Represented by the Choral Compositions of John Medley. D.M.A. thesis, University of Georgia, (1989). Refers to the work of Anglican Bishop of Fredericton, John Medley (1804 - 1892 ).

Costello, Evelyn. “A Report on the Saint John Mechanics’ Institute, 1838-1890.” M.A. Thesis. University of New Brunswick, 1974. 73 leaves.

Cotton, W.L. Chapters in Our Island Story. Charlottetown, 1927.

Coughlin, Violet L. Larger Units of Public Library Services in Canada. With Particular Reference to the Provinces of Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick. Metuchen, NJ: The Scarecrow Press, 1968.

Craig, Helen. New Brunswick Newspaper Directory, 1783-1988 / Répertoire des journaux du Nouveau-Brunswick, 1783-1988. Fredericton: Council of Head Librarians of New Brunswick / Conseil de directeurs de bibliothèque du Nouveau-Brunswick, 1989. 254p. [Updated edition revised by Muriel Daniel, to cover 1783-1996. 281p.]

Crockett, Asa J. “Nova Scotia Journalism in the Eighties.” Dalhousie Review 4 (1924): 281-291.

Crockett, Asa J. “Wine Harbor Library. Memoirs of Books, Life and People Awakened by the Public Library Catalogue of a Gold Mining Village of Long Ago.” Nova Scotia Historical Society, 27 (1947): 59-79.

Cuthbertson, Brian C. “Akins, Thomas Beamish.” Dictionary of Canadian Biography, v. 12 (1891-1900). Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1990, p. 13-17.

Dale, James. “The Singer’ Response to the Word: Charles Wesley’ Hymns of Invitation” in The Contribution of Methodism to Atlantic Canada, edited by Charles H.H. Scobie and John Webster Grant. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’ University Press, 1992, p. 237-256.

Davies, Gwendolyn. “`In the Garden of Christ': Methodist Literary Women in Nineteenth-Century Maritime Canada.” in The Contribution of Methodism to Atlantic Canada. Edited by Charles H.H. Scobie and John Webster Grant. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’ University Press, 1992. p. 205-217.

Davies, Gwendolyn. “`Good Taste and Sound Sense': The Nova Scotia Magazine (1789-92).” in The Atlantic Anthology, edited by Terry Whalen. Toronto and Charlottetown: ECW Press & Ragweed, 1985 p. 5-22.

Davies, Gwendolyn. “Green, William.” Dictionary of Canadian Biography, v. 6 (1821-1835). Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1987. p. 300-302.

Davies, Gwendolyn. “An Introduction to James DeMille’ `Inaugural Discourse' of 1861.” University of Toronto Quarterly 64, no. 3 (Summer 1995): 431-436.

Davies, Gwendolyn. “J.D. Logan and the Great Feud for Canadian Literature: 1915-1923.” Canadian Issues 17 (1995): 113-128.

Davies, Gwendolyn. “A Literary Study of Selected Periodicals from Maritime Canada, 1789-1872.” Ph.D dissertation. York University, 1980. 418 p.

Davies, Gwendolyn, ed. The Mephibosheth Stepsure Letters, by Thomas McCulloch. Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1990. (Centre for Editing Early Canadian Texts, no. 7).

Davies, Gwendolyn, ed. Myth and Milieu: Atlantic Literature and Culture, 1918-1939. Fredericton: Acadiensis Press, 1993.

Davies, Gwendolyn. “Private Education for Women in Early Nova Scotia, 1784-1894.” Atlantis 20, no.1 (Fall/Winter 1995): 9-19.

Davies, Gwendolyn. Studies in Maritime Literary History, 1760-1930. Fredericton: Acadiensis Press, 1991.

Davies, Gwendolyn. “Thomas McCulloch’ Fictional Celebration of the Reverend James MacGregor.” in The Contribution of Presbyterianism to the Maritime Provinces of Canada. Edited by Charles H.H. Scobie and G.A. Rawlyk. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’ University Press, 1997. p. 73-78.

Dawson, Joan. The Mapmaker’ Eye: Nova Scotia Through Early Maps. Halifax: Co-Published by Nimbus Publish Limited and The Nova Scotia Museum, 1988.

Dawson, Joan. “The Mapping of the Planter Settlements in Nova Scotia.” in Making Adjustments: Change and Continuity in Planter Nova Scotia: 1759-1800, edited by Margaret Conrad. Fredericton: Acadiensis Press, 1991, p. 247-252.

Dawson, Joan. “Putting Acadia of the Map: The Transitional Cartography of Nova Scotia, 1600-1755.” Cartographica 22, no. 2 (1985): 79-81.

Dondertman. Anne. “Anthony Henry, Lilius, and the Nova Scotian Calendar.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 29, no. 2 (Fall 1991): 32-50.

Donnelly. Judy. “January Hath 31 days: Early Canadian Almanacs as Primary Research Materials. Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 29, no. 2 (Fall 1991): 7-31.

Donovan, Kenneth. “`May Learning Flourish': The Beginnings of a Cultural Awakening in Cape Breton During the 1840’.” in The Island: New Perspectives on Cape Breton History, 1713-1990. Edited by Kenneth Donovan. Fredericton & Sydney: Acadiensis Press and University College of Cape Breton Press, 1990. p. 89-112.

Douglas, R. “An Early Map of Nova Scotia,” Canadian Geographical Magazine 5 (1932): 21-25.

Dugas, Louis J. L alphabétisation des acadiens, 1700-1850. Thèse MA., Université d Ottawa, 1993.

Duggan, Lawrence J. “Exploring the Information Resources of the Nova Scotian Mining Industry in the Late Nineteenth Century The Case of Edwin Gilpin.” Paper to be presented to “New Currents in the North Atlantic: Emerging Scholarship on Atlantic Canada.” Halifax, August 1997.

Dunlop, Allan C. “George Patterson: Presbyterian Propagandist.” in The Contribution of Presbyterianism to the Maritime Provinces of Canada. Edited by Charles H.H. Scobie and G.A. Rawlyk. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’ University Press, 1997. p. 79-89.

Dunlop, Allan C. “The Pictou Literature and Scientific Society.” Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly 3, no. 2 (June 1973): 99-116.

Elliot, Robert S. “Russell, Edward John: Ship Portrait Painter, Newspaper Illustrator, and Photographer.” Dictionary of Canadian Biography. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1994. Volume XIII, 1901 to 1910, p. 914-915.

Elliott, Shirley B. “Heritage in Printing.” Canadian Collector 7, no. 1 (January/February 1972): 71-74.

Elliott, Shirley B. “A Library for the Garrison and Town: A History of the Cambridge Military Library, Royal Military Park, Halifax, Nova Scotia.” Épilogue no. 8 (Fall 1989): 1-11.

Erickson, Vincent O. “The Thomas Kyrie Manuscript.” Journal of the New Brunswick Museum (1979): 71-8, ill.

Fauteux, Aegidius. The Introduction of Printing into Canada: A Brief History. Montreal: Rolland Paper Co., 1930. See chapter 2: The Introduction of the Press into the Maritime Provinces,” p. 41-60.

Ferguson, C. Bruce. Mechanics' Institutes in Nova Scotia. Halifax, NS: Public Archives, 1960. (Bulletin of the Public Archives of Nova Scotia, no. 14).

Ferré, Sandrine. “L'Edition au Canada atlantique ou le défi de publier une region.” dans Les masques de la diversité canadienne. Nouvelles perspectives européennes, edité par Serge Jaumain & Marc Maufort. Amsterdam: Editions Rodopi, B.V., 1995 p. 251-262. (Cros/Cultures, no. 19).

Ferré, Sandrine. “Régionalism, littérature, et édition dans les Provinces Atlantiques.” Épilogue 9, no. 2 (1994): 75-98.

Fleming, Patricia L. Atlantic Canadian Imprints 1801-1820. A Bibliography. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1991.

Fox, Hyla Watts. “Samplers,” Canadian Antique and Art Review (Aug./Sept. 1981).

Fox, Justin. “Breaking the Canadian Mould: Evelyn Richardson, Lorne Pierce, and the Publication of We Keep a Light and Desired Haven.” Épilogue 9, no. 2 (1994): 57-74.

Frank, David. “Davidson, John: University Professor, Political Economist, and Librarian.” Dictionary of Canadian Biography. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1994. Volume XIII, 1901 to 1910, p. 241-242.

Fraser, Nancy. “The Nova Scotia Literary Periodicals in the 1830s: The Halifax Monthly and The Pearl.” M.A. thesis, Dalhousie University, 1977. 197 leaves.

French, Goldwin. “Methodism and Education in the Atlantic Provinces, 1800-1874.” in The Contribution of Methodism to Atlantic Canada. Edited by Charles H.H. Scobie and John Webster Grant. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’ University Press, 1992. p. 147-168.

Froeschle, Hartmut. “Der Neu-schottländische Calender (1788-1801).” In German-Canadian Studies in the 1980s: Symposium 1983. Vancouver:: Canadian Association of University Teachers of German, 1983. p. 72-96.

Fullerton, Carol. “George Stewart, Jr.: Nineteenth-Century Canadian Man of Letters.” Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Calgary, 1985.

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Ganong, W.F. Crucial Maps in the Early Cartography and Place-Nomenclature of the Atlantic Coast of Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1964.

Ganong, W.F. “Materials for a History of the Province of New Brunswick. I. The Bibliography of New Brunswick.” The Educational Review 9 (January 1896): 148-150.

Ganong, W.F. “Materials for a History of the Province of New Brunswick. II. Relics of the French Period in New Brunswick.” The Educational Review 10 (March 1897): 194-197.

Ganong, W.F. “A Monograph of the Evolution of the Cartography of the Province of New Brunswick.” Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada 3, section 2 (1897): 313-427.

Gerson, Carole. A Purer Taste: The Writing and Reading of Fiction in English in Nineteenth-Century Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1989.

Gerson, Carole. “Shaping the English-Canadian Novel.” Ph.D. dissertation. University of British Columbia, 1977.

Gill, Jean C. “The Legislative and Public Library at Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.” Maritime Library Institute Bulletin 3 (May-June 1938): 6-7.

Gilroy, Marion. “Regional Libraries for Nova Scotia?” Maritime Library Institute Bulletin 2 (December 1937): 2-4.

Girard, Philip. “Bulmer, John Thomas; Lawyer, Librarian, Bibliophile, and Social Reformer.” Dictionary of Canadian Biography. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1994. Volume XIII, 1901 to 1910, p. 133-134.

Girard, Philip. “`His Whole Life Was One of Continual Warfare': John Thomas Bulmer, Lawyer, Librarian, and Social Reformer.” Dalhousie Law Journal 13, no. 1 (May 1990): 376-405.

Gosse, Margaret E.B. “Medical Journalism in the Maritimes.” Nova Scotia Medical Bulletin 32 (1953): 253-259.

Graham, Fred K. “Methodist Hymn Tunes in Atlantic Canada.” in The Contribution of Methodism to Atlantic Canada. Edited by Charles H.H. Scobie and John Webster Grant. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’ University Press, 1992. p. 207-268.

Greaves, Susan. “Book Culture in Halifax in the 1830s: TheEntrenchment of the Book Trade.” Épilogue no.11 (Spring 1991): 1-19.

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Guilbeault, Claude. “Guide des publications officielles de la province du Nouveau-Brunswick, 1952-1970 / Guide to official publications of the Province of New Brunswick, 1952-1970.” MLS Thèse, Université d Ottawa, 1974.

Gundy, H. Pearson. Book Publishing and Publishers in Canada Before 1900. Toronto: Bibliographical Society of Canada /Société bibliographique du Canada, 1965

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Haliburton, Thomas Chandler. Sam Slick’ Wise Saws and Modern Instances; or, What He Said, Did, or Invented London: Hurst & Blackett, 1853.

Hall, Agnez, Patricia Ruthven, and Eric Swanick. An Inventory of New Brunswick Indexing Projects / Inventaire des projets d’indexation en cours au Nouveau-Brunswick. Fredericton: Council of Head Librarians / Conseil des directeurs de bibliothèque du Nouveau-Brunswick. 1980. 51 p.

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Harper, Doreen. “The Legislative Library of New Brunswick, Fredericton, New Brunswick.” Maritime Library Institute Bulletin 1 (December 1936): 1-3.

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Harper, J. Russell. Historical Directory of New Brunswick Newspapers and Periodicals. Fredericton: University of New Brunswick, 1961. Introduction, “Random Highlights of Newspaper and Periodical Publishing in New Brunswick.” p. xiii - xxii.

Harvey, D.C. “The Akins Library in the Public Archives of Nova Scotia.” Journal of Education (January 1934): 57-60.

Harvey, D.C. “The Contributions of the Nova Scotia Historical Society to the Legislative Library.” Nova Scotia Historical Society. Collections 26. Halifax, NS: The Society, 1945. p. 115-130.

Harvey, D.C. “Early Public Libraries in Nova Scotia.” Dalhousie Review 15 (January 1935): 429-443.

Harvey, D.C. “The Intellectual Awakening of Nova Scotia.” Dalhousie Review 13 (April 1933): 1-22. Reprinted in Historical Essays on the Atlantic Provinces (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1967.

Harvey, D.C. “Newspapers of Nova Scotia, 1840 to 1867.” Canadian Historical Review 26, no. 3 (September 1945): 279-301. Reprinted in Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada. 26 (1987): 135-156.

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