Acadiensis, July 1902, Volume II, Number 3

By: Jack, David Russell (editor)

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"A quarterly devoted to the interests of the Maritime provinces of Canada," this issue kicking off with an article on old silver plate (appropriately titled "Old Plate"), with numerous other articles ("A Halifax Privateer in 1757," "The Bells of Peace," "The Wetmore Family," "Some Old Letters," "Naming of St. Andrews," "Book-Plates," "The Amaranth," "Wanted," "The River St. John," "Hon. Sir A.G. Archibald," "Boo, Notices," and "Marconi Towers." Pages 174-217, illustrated, many pages unopened at top. Light edgewear, moderate wear/slight separation to spine edge, tiny soil marks to covers, impressions, uneven 1/2" tear to bottom of back cover. Internally tight and clean. Uncommon.

Title: Acadiensis, July 1902, Volume II, Number 3

Author Name: Jack, David Russell (editor)

Categories: Periodicals (magazines, digests, pulps),

Publisher: Saint John, The Acadian Society / D.R. Jack: 1902

Binding: Stiff Card Wraps

Book Condition: Very Good

Size: Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall

Seller ID: 018060

Keywords: NOISBN, Maritime provinces, Maritimes, Canada, Halifax, privateers, Wetmore family, Wetmores, St. Andrews. book plates, bookplates, Amaranth, River St. John, A.G. Archibald, Marconi Towers, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, silver plate