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This list is alphabetical by author's last name. It is included in the Appendix of the book, and listed here for easier research.

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M
N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z

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Abel, Ben Okanagan Indian Poems And Short Stories
1974; 64 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-050-0
Mr. Abel tells his own experiences and First Nations traditions in poetry. Reprinted 1976.

Abel, Ben Wisdom Of Indian Poetry
1976; 65 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-115-9
Thoughts of a First Nations Canadian expressed in poetry.

Abraham, Norman Island In The Wilderness
1993; 111 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-376-3
Many changes have come since the author and his young friends built the deer hunting lodge on Norris Lake where they spent many happy seasons after World War II.

Abraham, Norman Reaching Into Yesterday
1996; 317 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-394-1
The author's reminiscences provide an effective historical work about Haileybury.

Adams, Olive Happy Rhymes For Happy Times
1974; 40 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-029-2
Children's poems about everyday life.

Aiken, David and Zora Magnus 1983; 118 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-274-0
Magnus Nyman lived and worked in Ontario's northern wilderness for over 50 years.

Aldred, Jim, ed.Due North, An Anthology Of Northern Poetry
1979; 56 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-198-1
Poems submitted by northern poets.

Aldred, Jim, ed. Poetry, An Anthology Vol I
1972; 52 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-014-4
Poets were invited to submit poems for each issue of the anthology. Reprinted 1973.

Aldred, Jim, ed. Poetry, An Anthology Vol II
1975; 52 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-073-X
Again, poets were invited to submit their work.

Aldred, Jim, ed. Poetry, An Anthology Vol III
1979; 52 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-138-8
This was the final request for submissions.

Allen, Iris Mother And Her Family
1977; 77 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-111-6
A portrait of family life in a prairie town in the 1920s.

Allhusen, Carl, comp. Index To Cobalt Daily Nugget 1909-1914: Births, Marriages And Deaths
1990; 136 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-336-4
For the years indicated, the author referred to the issue of the paper where the notice appeared.

Allinson, Sidney How To Make Money Fast As A Ghostwriter
1977; 53 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-122-1
A manual on all phases of ghostwriting.

Allinson, Sidney How To Survive When The Money Crash Comes
1974; 44 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-038-1
A manual of techniques that can help you be better off when everyone else goes broke.

Anglican Church Women of the Dioceses of Algoma and Moosonee Devotions Handbook
1977; 61 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-266-X
Suggestions, prayers, and readings. 3-hole binder with cord. Reprinted 1981.

Ardito, Mary Cooking With Granola
1973; 40 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-020-9
A cookbook devoted entirely to the many ways that granola can be made and used. Handwritten with illustrations by the author.

Armitage, Budd and Gail Daffynitions
1979; 62 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-190-6
A delightful comical dictionary.

Arnett, Janet Antiques And Collectables: Starting Small
1978; 60 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-164-7
An excellent illustrated guide for the beginner, covering all small collectables.

Arney, Ada Ageless Sayings, Adages And Quips
1991; 45 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-343-7
Hundreds of sayings which are as applicable today as they were in the olden days.

Arney, Ada Here Come The Khaki Skirts: The Women Volunteers
1988; 172 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-323-2
A pictorial history of women in service in World War II.

Arney, Ada, (aka Peeper, Alice) Northern Ontario Graffiti
1981; 69 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-245-7
A spicy collection of aphorisms from the ladies' washrooms of the north.

Arney, Ada Northern Spring
1981; 59 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-235-X
The author reminisces the loss of her husband in poignant verses.

Arnill, Beatrice The Bright And Morning Star
1982; 32 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-253-8
Five stories retold from the Bible.

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Baker, Becky Run Away Horses
1976; 16 pages; ISBN: none
A horse story hand-lettered and illustrated by an eleven year old Chippewa girl.

Baltensperger, Peter This Place
1982; 63 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-249-X
Modern poetry by a St. Catharines Secondary School English teacher.

Barnes, Michael Cochrane, The Polar Bear Town
1976; 64 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-265-1
The history of Cochrane and stories for children about the area.

Barnes, Michael Gold Camp Pioneer
1973; 22 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-013-6
The story of Roza Brown of Kirkland Lake. For children grade 6+. Reprinted 1976.

Barnes, Michael Gold In The Porcupine
1975; 86 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-080-2
Story of the people and events of the gold strike in northeastern Ontario. Illustrated. Reprinted 1976, 1980, and 1987.

Barnes, Michael In The Public Service: The Ontario Provincial Police
1974; 82 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-046-2
Approved by the OPP for young readers. A lively and accurate picture of the force and a policeman's daily round. Reprinted 1975.

Barnes, Michael Jake Englehart
1974; 50 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-026-8
A biography of a great pioneer in oil and railroads who gave his name to the Town of Englehart. Reprinted 1978.

Barnes, Michael Just North Mystery Series
Two girls and two boys from a group home find mystery and adventure in Northern Ontario. For students with reading difficulties. Each book has 80 pages. Reading levels 3.5 to 5.5. Difficult words and questions listed in the back of each book.
Arrest At The Soo
1977; 80 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-119-1
The Chief Commanda Hi-Jack
1976; 80 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-100-0. Reprinted 1980, and 1981.
The Message To Moosonee
1977; 80 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-118-3. Reprinted 1980
Monster From The Slimes
1976; 80 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-099-3. Reprinted 1980
The Sudbury Moon Chase
1977; 80 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-120-5. Reprinted 1981
The Thunder Bay Threat
1976; 80 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-117-5 Reprinted 1981

Barnes, Michael Killer In The Bush: The Great Fires Of Northeastern Ontario
2004; 150 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-433-6
The great bush fires of Porcupine (1911), Matheson (1916), and Temiskaming (1922). First published by Boston Mills Press in 1987. Revised edition by Highway Book Shop, 2004.

Barnes, Michael The Nelson Boys And Their Cobalt Adventure
1973; 34 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-024-1
A mystery of silver highgrading solved by the Nelson Boys. Grades 5 to 8. Reprinted 1978.

Barnes, Michael The Nelson Boys And Their Wawa Adventure
1975; 52 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-074-8
The Nelson Boys unravel the Lake Superior diamond mystery.

Barnes, Michael Night Search, And Other Stories
1975; 67 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-078-0
Exciting northern adventures for teens.

Barnes, Michael The Town That Stands On Gold: Kirkland Lake
1977; 192 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-093-4
History of Kirkland Lake. Reprinted 1979.

Barnes, Michael The Tri-Towns: Cobalt, Haileybury And New Liskeard
2000; 172 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-412-3
The Tri-Towns area has become an interesting spot for tourism. This is an illustrated overview of its history and importance.

Batisse, Ken George, et al. Native Sons
1977; 59 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-136-1
Poems and stories written by seven First Nations boys while in the Guelph Correctional Centre. Reprinted 1980.

Bauer, George W. Tales From The Cree
1974; 47 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-022-5
Cree legends from the area around Fort George, Quebec, with an introduction and drawings by Cree artists. Reprinted 1975, 1978, and 1980.

Beavon, Daphne Odjig Nanabush And The Dancing Ducks
1994; 16 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-388-7
Ojibway legend retold.

Beavon, Daphne Odjig Nanabush And The Spirit Of Winter 1989; 16 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-328-3
Ojibway legend retold.

Begley, M.F. Cochrane d'Hier á Demain
1977; 108 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-267-8
Une histoire historique intéressante de la région de Cochrane du début de la colonisation à nos jours.

Benham, Leslie and Lois Sergeant Stanley
1981; 70 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-213-9
The adventures of two boys who thought it was fun playing soldier until they learned the realities of the War of 1812.

Benson, Evadne, and Hansen, Susan Goo Goo Gourmet
1975; 25 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-071-3
Delicious recipes for do-it-yourself baby food.

Benson, John Birds Don't Fly At Night
1983; 140 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-286-4
The author's war experiences in the R.A.F. as a wireless operator/air gunner. Written in a humorous style. Illustrated.

Berlinguette, Leo Tale Of The Green Frog's Journey
1973; 9 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-021-7
A story about living in harmony with your neighbours. Written for young children.

Bliss, Wayne Islands In The Sky
1991; 59 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-353-4
First Nations legends of the Manitou Islands retold.

Boucher, Micheline, et al. Our Timiskaming
1977; 80 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-106-X
A booklet written to promote tourism, by several authors. Photos by Douglas Clark.

Bowes, Jane Oh, John-John
1998; 48 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-402-6
A story-colouring book about an active little boy.

Bowes, Jane A Visit With Grandmother Hookimow
1998; 40 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-403-4
A story-colouring book about a visit to a First Nations grandmother.

Brebner, Phyllis Lee The Call Of The Eagle
1991, 210 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-346-1
The solving of a mystery and a daring mountain-side rescue will delight young readers.

Broadbent, Carmon Studies Of Cobalt
1978; 30 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-140-X
Beautiful pen and ink illustrations of this picturesque northern Ontario town.

Brock, Gordon Province Of Northern Ontario
1978; 139 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-186-8
An important political issue dealing with the alienation of northern Ontario.

Bromilow, Fern Moods
1979; 60 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-192-2
Poetry. The cover of this book was done in full colour with very good result. This was one of HBS's first attempts at such work.

Brown, E. Lenore Poems
1971; 48 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-051-9
Poetry reflecting events and feelings in the author's life. Reprinted 1974 and 1980.

Brown, L. Carson The Minor Miners
1977; 87 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-126-4
A boy and girl learn about mining. Written for young readers.

Bryan, Ruby Gibbins and Newton-White, Muriel E. Wildflowers Of The North
1978; 215 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-156-6
One of a kind hand-lettered guidebook, profusely illustrated, 3 indexes, diagrammatic explanation of terms. Hardcover, 4 colour plates in the last two printings. Reprinted 1979, 1985, and 2004.

Buchar, Cynthia and Breetz The Changing Spaces Around Houston Wardall
1978; 50 pages; ISBN: 0-88954-170-1
This tale will appeal to those who are interested in the macabre.

Buchar, Cynthia and Frank The Day The World Lost Its Shoes
1979; 2 pages; ISBN: none
A Highway Book Shop story foldout.

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Camp, Mike. Recreating The Birch Bark Canoe
ISBN: none; 1977; 20 pages
One man's experience in building a bark canoe.

Carmichael, May and Mole, Elsie Haddon. Child Of The Pioneers
ISBN: 0-88954-109-4; 1977; 80 pages
Stories for children by a woman who has lived for more than 70 years on a farm near North Bay.

Carmichael, May. Tales Of Yesteryear For Children
ISBN: 0-88954-289-9; 1983; 56 pages
Life and ritual customs 1867 to 1918 in a Northern Ontario community.

Cassidy, George L. Arrow North: The Story Of Temiskaming
ISBN: 0-88954-113-2; 1976; 400 pages
A scholarly history of the Temiskaming area.

Cassidy, George L. Warpath
ISBN: 0-88954-339-9; 1990; 372 pages
Story of the Algonquin Regiment. First published in 1948 by the Regiments Veterans Association. Reprinted by Highway Book Shop at their request. Hardcover. Reprinted again 2003.

Churchill, James E. How To Hunt Moose
ISBN: 0-88954-006-3; 1972; 28 pages
A practical manual for moose hunters, from what to take on your hunt to cooking the kill. Reprinted 1973. 1975 and 1976.

Cleaver, Nancy, and Knight, Rosemary. The Indian Boy And The Bears
ISBN: 0-88954-225-2; 1981; 32 pages
A delightful Wyandotte legend about a lost First Nations boy befriended by a mother bear and her cubs. Nancy Cleaver is a pseudonym of Elizabeth (Mrs. Arnold) Mathews.

Cleaver, Nancy, and Knight, Rosemary. Snowshoe Rabbit And Wild Rose Legends
ISBN: 0-88954-162-0; 1978; 32 pages
Two ecological legends retold for children by this mother-daughter team. Reprinted 1979.

Clement, Andrew. The Bell and the Book
ISBN: 0-88954-315-1; 1987; 314 pages
The author was a teacher on one of the railway cars that brought elementary schooling to children in isolated areas during earlier years.

Cole, Arthur A. Report on Mining and Power Development for the Year 1909
ISBN: none; 1999; 48 pages
Reprint of this 1909 report from the Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway Commission documents mining development at Cobalt and the provision of power for mining activites, including the Ragged Chutes compressed air system.

Collins, Kenneth S. The Ring Starts Here: An Illustrated History of Ringette
ISBN: 0-88954-438-7; 2004; 80 pages
A history of Ringette, a fast-moving sport on ice for girls.

Colombo, John Robert. Columbo’s Last Words
ISBN: 0-88954-258-9; 1982; 110 pages
Lighthearted collection of the deathbed utterances of eminent Canadians. Illustrations by Peter Whalley.

Colombo, John Robert. Colombo’s Laws
ISBN: 0-88954-257-0; 1982; 88 pages
Compendium of the laws of human behaviour conceived by eminent Canadians. Illustrations by Peter Whalley.

Colombo, John Robert. 222 Canadian Jokes
ISBN: 0-88954-230-9; 1981; 96 pages
From one-liners on bilingualism to pot-shots from the west by a master collector.

Colquhoun, Gwen. Growing Things: Indoors And Out
ISBN: 0-88954-034-9; 1974; 44 pages
Practical gardening information especially for use in Northern Ontario.

Conroy, Hal. A Mug Of Boaty Tea
ISBN: 0-88954-229-5; 1981; 108 pages
Spiced with salty opinions on things Canadian and not-so-Canadian. The author travels the inland waterways from Thunder Bay to New York on an old boat he bought for a buck. Originally published in 1972 by PaperJacks.

Convey, Paul. Searching: Guidelines For Job Finding
ISBN: None; 1977; 28 pages
A manual for job seekers covering hints, interviews and resume preparation.

Cook, Lyn. The Magic Pony
ISBN: 0-88954-255-4; 1981; 32 pages
Adventure with the magic pony to faraway places in the whirling snow. For the very young. Illustrations by Mary Downe. Reprinted 1989.

Cook, Lyn. A Treasure For Tony
ISBN: 0-88954-224-4; 1980 172 pages
The adventures of a young girl during the last year in the life of an old farm slated to be razed to make way for a housing development in the Ottawa area. Reprinted 1983.

Cote, Gloria. Beginner's Method For Piano
ISBN: 0-88954-298-8; 1985; 72 pages
The book is unique in its presentation, directed towards co-ordinating the visual, aural and physical aspects of music for the pre-schooler.

Cowan, Bob. Sir Harry Oakes 1874-1943: An Accumulation Of Notes
ISBN: 0-88954-416-6; 2000; 264 pages
A sketch of Sir Harry Oakes life and a carefully researched assessment of the details of his murder and the trial.

Craven, Nora E. Places We Call Home
ISBN: 0-88954-043-8; 1974; 36 pages
A northern poet describes the landscape and people she knows best. Illustrated.

Craven, Nora E. Spinner The Spider
ISBN: 0-88954-001-2; 1971; 24 pages
A children's story.

Craven, Nora E. Spinner The Spider, Finny And Loonie
ISBN: 0-88954-001-2; 1972; 48 pages
Spinner the Spider reprinted and a second story added in this printing.

Craven, Nora E. Summer Days
ISBN: 0-88954-002-0; 1971; 40 pages
Poems. The north in summer has great beauty.

Crawford, Venetia. My Organic Gardening
ISBN: 0-88954-098-5; 1976; 40 pages
Helpful ideas for those who want to grow their own foods the healthy, organic way.

Croteau, Fran. Délices À La Micro-Ondes
ISBN: 0-88954-281-3; 1984; 146 pages
Livre de recettes à la micro-onde en français, écrit par une personalité locale et populaire. Version anglaise a été publiée quelque part dautre quici.

Culver, Irene McNulty. Intukweensquaw Of James Bay
ISBN: 0-88954-371-2; 1993; 92 pages
Revision of an earlier publication about her experiences as a public health nurse among the First Nations people at Moosonee.

Culver, Irene McNulty. Mishkikwe Of Manitoulin
ISBN: 0-88954-400-X; 1997; 40 pages
Relates the author's interesting experiences working as public health nurse with the First Nations people of Manitoulin Island.

Cummins, Bryan. Only God Can Own The Land
ISBN: 0-88954-411-5; 1999; 182 pages
An examination of the changing patterns of land use and land tenure of the Attawapiskat Cree, and how the impact of other cultures has affected the Cree. First Nations resistance to external pressures is shown to have preserved a basic integrity in Cree culture.

Curry, Don. Fire! The Story Of Cobalt, May 23, 1977
ISBN: 0-88954-173-6; 1978; 188 pages
This local reporter gives us his on-the-scene report of the day of the fire, then details the aftermath as the town decides to rebuild.

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Davis, Jack. Tall Tales
ISBN: 0-88954-095-0; 1976; 80 pages
The editor of the Ontario Fisherman and Hunter and his friends tell funny incredible outdoor stories.

Dehaas, David. Survival Strategies
ISBN: 0-88954-408-5; 1999; 142 pages
A useful manual on how to deal with emergencies in wilderness areas. Copies still available from White Mountain Publications

Desrocher, Audrey B. Cottage And Camp Cookery
ISBN: 0-88954-264-3; 1984; 120 pages
Excellent recipes in both imperial and metric measures for outdoor cooks. Spiral bound.

Desrocher, Audrey B. Refuge At Willow House
ISBN: 0-88954-121-3; 1977; 126 pages
A gothic romance printed in large type especially for the partially-sighted.

Dewar, Crawford E. The Saint And The Warrior
ISBN: 0-88954-278-3; 1982; 266 pages
A novel set in Ireland and Scotland during the eighth century. Hardcover. Reprinted 1982. (Also in soft cover: ISBN: 0-88954-279-1)

Dewar, Crawford E. Short Stories For Men From 10 To 100
ISBN: 0-88954-284-8; 1982
Collection of stories by a talented author.

Dewar, Crawford E. Short Stories For Women From 10 To 100
ISBN: 0-88954-283-X; 1982; 100 pages
Stories of love and of good purpose.

Dick, Leonard G. Broken Spirit
ISBN: 0-88954-160-4; 1978; 68 pages
Written by a First Nations author, this is a critical appraisal of trends for First Nations people in Canada.

Didone, Angelo. Come In To A Heart Of Sharing
ISBN: 0-88954-123-X; 1977; 56 pages
Poetry in a religious vein.

Dirks, Willy. Country Classics Cookbook
ISBN: 0-88954-165-5; 1978; 92 pages
Prize winning recipes from local fall fairs. Spiral bound. Revised 1980-1981. Reprinted 1985.

Dirks, Willy. Kids In The Kitchen: A Cookbook For Children From Children
ISBN: 0-88954-234-1; 1981; 76 pages
Tempting, prize-winning delights by northern Ontario kids.

Dirks, Willy. Suti: A Foster Child
ISBN: 0-88954-216-3; 1980; 18 pages
Heartwarming story of an Indonesian girl adopted into a Canadian family.

Dobbs, Brian. Ghosts Of Haileybury
ISBN: 0-88954-397-6; 1997; 140 pages
Historical notes about people and events in and around Haileybury. Reprinted the same year.

Donaldson, Andrew. The Ashes On Gold Avenue
ISBN: 0-88954-082-9; 1975; 78 pages
This play about the pioneer prospectors of the North captures the excitement of those times.

Dr. William Henry Drummond Poetry Committee. Dr. William Henry Drummond National Poetry Contest
ISBN: 0-88954-047-0; 1974; 52 pages
Winning poems of the 1970, 1971, and 1972 contests published by arrangement with the Committee, and with the Cobalt Miner's Festival Committee. Also included is a sketch of Drummond's life by Frederick Keenan of Latchford.

Duchesne, David. The Train That Came To Stay
ISBN: 0-88954-387-9; 1994; 32 pages
A children’s story about the engine, number 5017, which is now on display in Kapuskasing. Illustrated by Chad Silver.

Dufoe, Gordon. Canadian Animals I Have Known
ISBN: 0-88954-359-3; 1993; 140 pages
Stories and sketches of wildlife by an early observer, prepared for publication by his son.

Dunn, John, and Baldwin, Doug. Cobalt: A Pictorial History Of The Development Of Silver Mining
ISBN: 0-88954-147-7; 1978; 72 pages
Cobalt was the cradle of hard rock mining for the first half of the century. Many old photographs. Reprinted 1988. New and revised edition 2016 here.

Dunn, Valerie. No Budget Manual For Newsletter Editors And Publicity People
ISBN: 0-88954-174-4; 1978; 68 pages
Newsletter editor gives tips to help with layout, production and promotions. Reprinted 1979.

Duquette, George. The Undiscovered Country
ISBN: 0-88954-134-5; 1978; 92 pages
Poetry and prose with a trend toward seeking the Divine.

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Elliot, David and Sheehan, Brian. King Waldorf And The Moat Monsters
ISBN: 0-88954-338-0; 1990; 36 pages
Story-colouring book by two trainers from Marineland. Illustrated by Brian Sheehan.

Elliot, David and Sheehan, Brian. King Waldorf's Big Surprise
ISBN: 0-88954-349-6; 1991; 36 pages
Another story-colouring book from the Moat. Illustrated by Brian Sheehan.

Ellis, Anne. Bottoms Up! (NON Alcoholic Drinks)
ISBN: 0-88954-326-7; 1989; 220 pages
Join the trend to a healthy life style. Hot and cold drinks for every occasion.

Essex, James William. Mutiny: The Odyssey Of H.M.C.S. Uganda
ISBN: 0-88954-417-4; 2000; 140 pages
Canada's first cruiser and its activities in World War II, told by a man who served on her.

Evans, G. Herberton III. The Rupert That Was
ISBN: 0-88954-161-2; 1978; 220 pages
A wilderness canoe trip to James Bay through an area that is now flooded due to the Hydro project. Maps, photos and technical tips for a successful canoe trip. Hardcover.

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Elliot, David and Sheehan, Brian. King Waldorf And The Moat Monsters
ISBN: 0-88954-338-0; 1990; 36 pages
Story-colouring book by two trainers from Marineland. Illustrated by Brian Sheehan.

Elliot, David and Sheehan, Brian. King Waldorf's Big Surprise
ISBN: 0-88954-349-6; 1991; 36 pages
Another story-colouring book from the Moat. Illustrated by Brian Sheehan.

Ellis, Anne. Bottoms Up! (NON Alcoholic Drinks)
ISBN: 0-88954-326-7; 1989; 220 pages
Join the trend to a healthy life style. Hot and cold drinks for every occasion.

Essex, James William. Mutiny: The Odyssey Of H.M.C.S. Uganda
ISBN: 0-88954-417-4; 2000; 140 pages
Canada's first cruiser and its activities in World War II, told by a man who served on her.

Evans, G. Herberton III. The Rupert That Was
ISBN: 0-88954-161-2; 1978; 220 pages
A wilderness canoe trip to James Bay through an area that is now flooded due to the Hydro project. Maps, photos and technical tips for a successful canoe trip. Hardcover.

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Fancy, Peter. A Boater's Guide To Historic Lake Temiskaming
ISBN: 0-88954-393-3; 1996; 68 pages
Guide to a most pleasurable trip, with historical highlights, on Lake Temiskaming.

Fancy, Peter. Boston Creek: Golden Echoes Of An Ontario Mining Camp
ISBN: 0-88954-426-3; 2002; 280 pages
The story of Boston Creek’s important role in the history of Northern Ontario mining. Limited number of copies available from White Mountain Publications

Fancy, Peter. A Coleman Township Road Guide to Historic Cobalt Mines
ISBN: none; 2002; 52 pages
A tour guide to the Township. Reprint of a 1994 Temiskaming Abitibi Heritage Association booked printed by Temiskaming Printing.

Fancy, Peter. George A. Young. Mining Broker: Early Northern Ontario Stories
ISBN: 0-88954-436-0; 2004; 224 pages
A chapter in early mining history unfolds through George Young’s brokerage career.

Fancy, Peter. Gillies Depot: A Temiskaming Journal
ISBN: 0-88954-423-9; 2001; 240 pages
The author brings to life the people and activities at Gillies Limit, tracing the story from lumbering days through to the present. Limited number of copies available from White Mountain Publications

Fancy, Peter. Guide To Historic Cobalt
ISBN: 0-88954-431-X; 2003; 52 pages
Guide for a walking tour, which will bring history to every step. Reprint of an earlier Temiskaming Abitibi Heritage Association booklet printed by Temiskaming Printing.

Fancy, Peter. Guide To Historic Haileybury
ISBN: 0-88954-434-4; 2004; 40 pages
Designed to give tourists who wish to drive or walk in Haileybury, a sense of the towns past homes and businesses. Reprint of a Temiskaming Abitibi Heritage Association booklet previously printed by Temiskaming Printing.

Fancy, Peter. Lake Temiskaming Views: A Tri-Town Tour Of Highway 11B
ISBN: 0-88954-406-9; 1999; 52 pages
Colour copies of paintings by the author, tipped in to an album, with appropriate text, and some small pen sketches.

Fancy, Peter. Silver Centre: The Story Of An Ontario Mining Camp
ISBN: 0-88954-306-2; 1985; 148 pages
Story of a northern Ontario Silver Mining community and its people from 1907. Hardcover. 91photos, 19 maps. Reprinted 1992.

Fancy, Peter. Silver Centre Rediscovered
ISBN: 0-88954-314-3; 1987; 144 pages
A second volume continues the story of the Silver Centre Mining Camp. Limited number still available from White Mountain Publications

Fancy, Peter. Temiskaming Treasure Trails
Eight volumes comprising a history of the Temiskaming area from the 1880s to 1945. Limited number of volumes still available from White Mountain Publications
Temiskaming Treasure Trails - The Earliest Years Volume 1 ISBN: 0-88954-358-5
Temiskaming Treasure Trails 1886-1903 Volume 2 ISBN: 0-88954-366-6
Temiskaming Treasure Trails 1904-1906 Volume 3 ISBN: 0-88954-370-4
Temiskaming Treasure Trails 1907-1909 Volume 4 ISBN: 0-88954-374-7
Temiskaming Treasure Trails 1910-1915 Volume 5 ISBN: 0-88954-380-1
Temiskaming Treasure Trails 1916-1922 Volume 6 ISBN: 0-88954-386-0
Temiskaming Treasure Trails 1923-1933 Volume 7 ISBN: 0-88954-390-9
Temiskaming Treasure Trails 1934-1945 Volume 8 ISBN: 0-88954-391-7

Fancy, Peter. Up Matachewan Way
ISBN: 0-88954-435-2; 2004; 28 pages
Story of Matachewan from the early days of its mines until their closure.

Farmiloe, Dorothy. Cobalt In Retrospect And Rhyme
ISBN: 0-88954-428-X; 2003; 52 pages
Cobalt stories told in poetry, with illustrations by Muriel Newton-White.

Farmiloe, Dorothy. Elk Lake Diary
ISBN: 0-88954-268-6; 1976; 32 pages
Poems reflecting the authors perspective on life in her favourite northern Ontario village.

Farmiloe, Dorothy. Elk Lake Lore & Legend
ISBN: 0-88954-409-3; 1999; 84 pages
A brief history of Elk Lake, ON.

Farr, Charles Cobbald. The Lake Temiscamingue District
ISBN: none; 1965; 16 pages
Reprint of the 1894 pamphlet used to entice settlers to the area. Reprinted 1984 and 1990.

Farr, Charles Cobbald, and Roach, Tom, ed. Tales Of The Wild Northeast
ISBN: 0-88954-215-5; 1980; 110 pages
Edited with an introduction by Thomas R. Roach. An anthology of early writings by the founder of Haileybury.

Ferguson, William. Yesterday: A Nostalgic Glimpse
ISBN: 0-88954-202-3; 1979; 44 pages
Pen and pencil sketches of older structures in the area around Dryden, Ontario. Done both as a hardcover and paperback.

Flack, Brian. In Seed Time
ISBN: 0-88954-159-0; 1978; 188 pages
A unique first novel probing into the many levels of the mind.

Flick, Don. Cottage Capers
ISBN: 0-88954-069-1; 1974; 114 pages
A city man views cottage life with a realistic and humorous eye. Reprinted 1977.

Fowke, H. Shirley. Top-Of-The-Stove Cook And Bake Book
ISBN: 0-88954-290-2; 1984; 160 pages
Low-calorie, nutritious and tasty recipes, to keep the figure firm and the outlook on life happy.

Fox, Mary Lou. Why The Beaver Has A Broad Tail
ISBN: 0-88954-049-7; 1974; 24 pages
Delightful childrens story written in both English and Ojibway. Woodcut illustrations. Reprinted 11 times between 1974 and 1992.

Franks, Patricia. Grandma Was A Pioneer
ISBN: 0-88954-127-2; 1977; 108 pages
Informative guide to the ways of the pioneer woman.

Fraser, Allan. An Innocent In Zion
ISBN: 0-88954-052-7; 1974; 32 pages
Unusual engravings illustrate this booklet.

Fraser, Marguerite J. Frost Country Gardening
ISBN: 0-88954-223-6; 1981; 68 pages
The definitive manual for a successful vegetable garden in the climate of northern Ontario.

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Gagnon, Gabe. Autumn Leaves
ISBN: 0-88954-087-X; 1975; 100 pages
From his first job on a lumber camp mail route to his thirty years as a hydro man in the bush, he learned concern for the preservation of wilderness areas.

Garrett, Blanche. From The Fruits Of The Earth
ISBN: 0-88954-180-9; 1978; 90 pages
Collection of the authors favourite recipes for jams, jellies, preserves and wine.

Gauthier, Yvon. Snowbug
ISBN: 0-88954-418-2; 2000; 72 pages
One historic snowmobile was conceived and produced near Sudbury, Ontario, in the early days of snowmobiling. Remaining copies available from White Mountain Publications

Gervais, Albert Monty. Northern Calamities
ISBN: 0-88954-172-8; 1978; 60 pages
The 94 year-old author gives us a nostalgic vision of the pioneer days in this autobiography.

Gillan, Sally Grover. Welcome To My Kitchen
ISBN: 0-88954-181-7; 1978; 144 pages
Cookbook packed with tasty recipes.

Gillespie, W. G. Cobalt, The Silver City
ISBN: none; 1980; 32 pages
Reprint of a 1906 pictorial classic of the silver boom. Reprinted 1985.

Gilmour, Nancy. Mystery On Grandma's Farm
ISBN: 0-88954-392-5; 1995; 132 pages
A delightful children's mystery, sequel to The Precious Gem.

Gilmour, Nancy. The Precious Gem
ISBN: 0-88954-337-2; 1990; 80 pages
A children's mystery story that occurred at summer camp.

Gordon, Robert. Mines And Blazing Pines
ISBN: 0-88954-178-7; 1979; 96 pages
Short stories set in the North.

Grawbarger, Josephine. Legend Of Joseph Driver
ISBN: 0-88954-063-2; 1974; 64 pages
The story of an Irish immigrant who settled near Parry Sound, Ontario in the 1800s. Written in poetic style. Photographs of the family.

Gray, George. The ABC Guide To Fishing
ISBN: 0-88954-060-8; 1974; 40 pages
A manual of basic fishing techniques. Reprinted 1976.

Gray-Cobb, Geoffrey. Astral Travel
ISBN: 0-88954-017-9; 1973; 28 pages
An elementary book on out-of-body experiences by an experienced practitioner of the occult.

Groom, Maude. The Melted Years
ISBN: none; 1971; 216 pages
A history of the Tri-Town area, first carried as a series in the Temiskaming Speaker, then printed in book form by Temiskaming Printing. The book does not bear Highway Book Shop's imprint, but it was produced through an arrangement with Highway Book Shop, where the author had done much of her research, and where most of its marketing eventually took place.

Guppy, John E. Temagami's Story
ISBN: 0-88954-437-9; 2004; 64 pages
The author speaks of life as it was during his lifetime in Temagami.

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Hammerstrom, Frances Field. The Legacy Of Liam O’Donnell
ISBN: 0-88954-146-9; 1977; 168 pages
Romantic novel set in large type for easy reading.

Hanes, Dave. Iron Mining At Bessemer, 1899-1914: The Hand Of Father Time
ISBN: 0-88954-424-7; 2002; 212 pages
True story of an iron-mining project in Ontario, including sketch-maps of some early railways, and a character-study of H. C. Farnum who founded Bessemer Mines. Hardcover. Remaining copies still available from White Mountain Publications

Harpé, Dyane Collins. Winter Wishes, Summer Dreams
ISBN: 0-88954-201-5; 1979; 72 pages
Poems for and about children of the North.

Harrington, Lyn. The Shaman's Evil Eye
ISBN: 0-88954-209-0; 1979; 102 pages
Novel for young readers of a boy hunter of the Swampy Cree in Northern Ontario. Illustrated by Diane Harpé. Hardcover. (Softcover 0-88954-207-4)

Heintzman, Lee. Love Conquers
ISBN: 0-88954-129-9; 1977; 82 pages
True story of life in a wheel chair. Reprinted 1978. Large print book.

Helm, Norman. Tri-Town Trolleys: The Story Of The Nipissing Central Railway
ISBN: 0-88954-247-3; 1984; 140 pages
The Nipissing Central Railway and its electric trolleys operated from May 10, 1902 to February 9, 1935 between Cobalt, Haileybury and New Liskeard. 43 photographs and illustrations.

Higgins, Edwin G. Grandmother Tell Me A Story
ISBN: 0-88954-335-6; 1986; 40 pages
Ojibway legends, customs, and beliefs. Reprinted 1990 and 1992.

Higgins, Edwin G. ,b>Whitefish Lake Ojibway Memories
ISBN: 0-88954-242-2; 1983; 208 pages
A carefully researched history back to 1650 of this Ojibway band living west of Sudbury. Hardcover. Reprinted in 1990 and 1992.

Highway Book Shop. ABC Coloring And Learning Kit
ISBN: none; 1972; 26 sheets
Educational package in envelope for teachers of children.

Highway Book Shop. The Challenge of Tithing
ISBN: none; 1979;
Small booklet on the practice of tithing.

Highway Book Shop. Fishing Log
ISBN: none; 1992; 64 pages
A fisherman's notebook to record fish caught and how it was done.

Highway Book Shop. Heritage Silver Trail Guide
ISBN: none; 2000;
Guide to the trail of heritage sites in the Cobalt camp.

Highway Book Shop. Hidden Word Puzzle
ISBN: none; 1972
Package in envelope for children.

Highway Book Shop. My Very Own Cookbook
ISBN: 0-88954-231-7; 1980; 226 pages
A book in which to write your favourite recipes. Ring binder. Went to 25 printings, the latest in 2003. Refills were also sold for this.

Highway Book Shop. Teens Talk To Teens
ISBN: 0-88954-157-4; 1978; 100 pages
A workbook of 100 questions and sample answers by teenagers to stimulate thought and discussion.

Highway Book Shop. 300 Unusual Ways To Make Extra Money
ISBN: none; 1971; 52 pages
It is nice to know even one way!

Highway Book Shop. Workbook For Solving Personal Problems
ISBN: none; 1975; 40 pages
This helpful but tiny booklet sold for 50¢.

Highway Book Shop. Writer's Lifeline
ISBN: none; 1974-1981
Twice monthly writer's and poet's market newsletter published by HBS from 1974 to 1981. (up to 192 issues)

Hill, E. L. Matricide For Supper
ISBN: 0-88954-033-0; 1974; 32 pages
A story designed for grades 5 to 8. The author has appended a teaching guide, questions for discussion and vocabulary guide.

Hodgins, Bruce W. Paradis Of Temagami
ISBN: 0-88954-104-3; 1976; 56 pages
Story of Father Paradis who was well-known for his work in parts of northern Quebec and Ontario, especially near Temagami. Reprinted 1990.

Hodgins, Carol. Wanapitei Canoe Trippers Cookbook*
ISBN: 0-88954-254-6; 1982; 88 pages
This best-selling cookbook for canoeists includes a detailed introduction to the planning and cooking of meals in the wilderness. Spiral bound. Went through 13 printings before being revised and reprinted in 2000.

Hodgins, Carol. Wanapitei Canoe Trippers Cookbook (revised)*
ISBN: 0-88954-415-8; 2000; 86 pages
Revised edition of the original, with new introductory material and entirely new recipes.

Hodgins, Carol; Wanapitei Canoe Trippers Cookbook II*
ISBN: 0-88954-407-7; 1999; 102 pages
Second volume, with a different introduction and new recipes. Reprinted 2000, 2001 and 2004. Volume I and II are both out of print. *Wanapitei Canoe Trippers Cookbook III
The third edition has been published by White Mountain Publications, with the author’s and Highway Book Shop's permission, combining the best from previous editions, with camping guidance and measurements in both Imperial and Metric.

Hogan, Brian. Cobalt: Year Of The Strike, 1919
ISBN: 0-88954-163-9; 1978; 185 pages
A well-researched and documented history of the strike of the silver miners in Cobalt in 1919.

Holley, Frank. Just Passing Through: The People and Places North Of Matachewan
ISBN: 0-88954-322-4; 1988: 90 pages
Previously published by the author in 1977, 1982 and 1984 before becoming a Highway Book Shop publication in 1988. Corrected and updated by the author and published in 2010 by White Mountain Publications.

Hollywell, Marg. Cellulite: Recognizing, Preventing And Curing
ISBN: 0-88954-246-5; 1977; 24 pages
Manual for getting rid of those fatty bumps. Second edition printed in 1981.

Horan, Ruth. Music From Parnassus
ISBN: 0-88954-070-5; 1975; 42 pages
Poems written over the years by a northern potter and writer.

Horan, Ruth. A New Look At An Ancient Art: Pottery
ISBN: 0-88954-053-5; 1974; 36 pages
A short history of the art of pottery, with instructions for many do-it-yourself pottery pieces.

Horan, Ruth. Song Of The North Land
ISBN: 0-88954-056-X; 1974; 20 pages
A collection of the author’s northern poems.

Hoselton, Carl Jerome and Guy, Louise. Hoselton
ISBN: 0-88954-221-X; 1980; 44 pages
Drawings of the famous animal sculptures by sculptor Carl Jerome Hoselton. Text by Louise Guy.

Hosick, Helen Mason. Make Mine Maple
ISBN: 0-88954-250-3; 1983;140 pages
An informative source for anyone who would like to set up a sugaring-off operation. Reprinted 1988.

Houston, Donald S. Duck Hunt
ISBN: 0-88954-040-3; 1974; 40 pages
A hilarious account of a duck hunt when the birds came out on top.

Houston, Dorothy M. The North
ISBN: none; 1977; 4 pages
A Highway Book Shop poetry foldout.

Howell, Olive. How To Find Lasting Happiness
ISBN: 0-88954-222-8; 1981; 78 pages
A positive approach to living a happy, Christian life by a columnist of The Mirror of Scarborough and North York.

Hulland, Wayne. A Little Book Of Poems
ISBN: 0-88954-218-X; 1980; 36 pages
The authors collection.

Hunt, John. Hunt’s Views: A Collection Of Columns From The North Bay Nugget
ISBN: 0-88954-035-7; 1974; 68 pages
Humorous articles from his column.

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Jackson, Florence E. North Wind Blowing Backwards
ISBN: 0-88954-132-9; 1977; 92 pages
Portrait of the Ontario frontier during the Depression told by a woman from the mill-town of Keewatin.

Jemmett, Chistopher L. General Home Repair Of Saddlery And Harness
ISBN: none; 1977; 32 pages
Manual for horse lovers to repair their own equipment.

Johnson, Terry. Quick Quiz For Slow People
ISBN: 0-88954-325-9; 1988; 64 pages
100 humorous questions (with answers) such as: How long did the Hundred Years War last? Reprinted 1991.

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Kagan, Molly I’m Good! I’m Loved! I’m Beautiful!
ISBN: 0-88954-219-8; 1980; 178 pages
Advice for teenagers from a professional experienced in the field. Illustrated by Debbie Grinstead. Reprinted 1981.

Keenan, Fred. Latchford: A Pictorial History
ISBN: 0-88954-058-6; 1974; 36 pages
Vintage pictures of Latchford.

Kelly, Ernest. Murder For Fun: The Rape And Slaughter Of The Beothuck Indians Of Newfoundland
ISBN: 0-88954-067-5; 1974; 36 pages
A tragic story, unfortunately true.

Kemp, Grant. Jake And The Leprechaun
ISBN: 0-88954-211-2; 1980; 24 pages
Jake's luck changes from bad to very good when he makes friends with a leprechaun living in a tree. Written in rhyming couplets.

Kenwell, Don. Duncairn
ISBN: 0-88954-372-0; 1993; 152 pages
A historical novel set in Upper Canada.

Kenwell, Don. Glengarry
ISBN: 0-88954-399-2; 1997; 174 pages
Second book in the Duncairn saga.

Keon, Orville, and Keon, Wayne. Thunderbirds Of The Ottawa: The End Of A Canadian Lifestyle
ISBN: 0-88954-102-7; 1977; 100 pages
A novel depicting First Nations life in the Ottawa Valley.

Klaasen, H.J. Cobalt Colouring Book
ISBN: 0-88954-238-4; 1981; 24 pages
Drawings of the historical landmarks of Cobalt.

Koens, Peter Roger. Echoes And Images
ISBN: 0-88954-398-4; 1997; 142 pages
Writings featuring First Nations conditions.

Kohls, Dan Redhot. Alpha Batty
ISBN: 0-88954-090-X; 1975; 104 pages
The popular DJ from CKGB Timmins offers this hilarious collection of drawings and stories. Reprinted 1978.

Kohls, Dan Redhot. Intelligent Stupidity
ISBN: 0-88954-149-3; 1977; 96 pages
A second book of original jokes, doodles and cartoons by this popular DJ from Timmins.

Kurisko, Joan. Interlude, The Story Of Elliot Lake
ISBN: 0-88954-128-0; 1977; 242 pages
A factual novel that follows the fluctuating fortunes of Elliot Lake.

Kurowski, Louis S. Metric Drafting Fundamentals
ISBN: 0-88954-330-5; 1990; 174 pages
A step-by-step approach to metric drafting.

Kurowski, Louis S. The New Liskeard Story
ISBN: 0-88954-342-9; 1991; 186 pages
History of New Liskeard, as told to the author by the pioneers and their families.

Kurowski, Louis S. Temiskaming: A Novel
ISBN: 0-88954-320-8: 1988; 132 pages
Historical novel of a farm family that moved to the Temiskaming area in the early 1900s.

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LaBrecque, Claude X. How Big Will It Be?
ISBN: 0-88954-081-0; 1975; 32 pages
Justine, a 12 year-old girl, encounters discrimination on a fishing trip.

Lamirande, Andre E., and Seguin, Gilles L. A Foregone Fleet: Pictorial History Of Steam Driven Paddleboats
ISBN: 0-88954-236-8; 1982; 160 pages
Pictorial history of steam-driven paddleboats on the Ottawa River.

Landry, Margaret. After 50: Take Them Out And Shoot Them
ISBN: 0-88954-307-0; 1985; 144 pages
A humorous satirical look at the problems of growing older when the spirit is still young. Reprinted 1986 by Doubleday.

Latta, Ruth Olsen. The Quarrel
ISBN: 0-88954-233-3; 1981; 90 pages

Lawrence, Mary. In Spirit And Song
ISBN: 0-88954-363-1; 1992; 64 pages
Poetry from her experience and a word-sketch of her childhood show how a young First Nations Canadian triumphs over hardship.

Lawrence, Richard Bookguide: Ontario Sellers Of Used And Rare Books
ISBN: 0-88954-324-0 (1988); 0-88954-340-0 (1989), 0-88954-340-2 (1990), 0-88954-341-0 (1991), 0-88954-345-3 (1992); Each vol. 100-160 pages
Bookguide offered to the bibliophile a directory of over 250 stores across Ontario selling used and rare books, back-issues, collectible comics, and antiquarian maps and prints. Issued 5 times from 1988-1992 but discontinued when market policies of small stores radically changed.

Leach, V. Legend Of The Tooth Fairy
ISBN: 0-88954-217-1; 1982; 24 pages
Delightful story with coloured illustrations.

Leclair, Shirley. Creative Macramé
ISBN: 0-88954-183-3; 1979; 102 pages
A complete guide to macramé.

Leduc, M.A. The Explorer's Guide To Boreal Forest Plants
ISBN: 0-88954-395-X; 1997; 264 pages
Scientific guide to plants of Canada's Boreal Forest area, with historic and present uses noted for each. Illustrated by Donna Devins.

Lee, Patricia, and Robins, Alice May. The Lake In The Hills: Strong Township & Sundridge, 1875-1925
ISBN: 0-88954-327-5; 1989; 296 pages
This illustrated history includes writings from pioneers and their descendants. Few remaining copies left from White Mountain Publications

Leitzke, Marcie. Early 1900 Pantry Recipes
ISBN: 0-88954-295-3; 1984; 78 pages
Practical recipes of plain food representative of the early part of the 20th century.

Lennox, Wayne. Ya Can’t Holler Timber With All That Racket
ISBN: 0-88954-208-2; 1980;
An informative booklet on lumbering.

Lever, Bernice A. Excuses For All Occasions
ISBN: 0-88954-188-4; 1979; 52 pages
A popular writer and poet gives us a humorous look at ourselves and all our excuses.

Lever, Bernice A., editor. Singing: An Anthology Of Women's Writing From Canadian Prisons
ISBN: 0-88954-214-7; 1980; 102 pages
Prose and poetry edited by Bernice Lever and The Richvale Writers Club.

Lever, Bernice A. The Waiting Room
ISBN: 0-88954-375-5; 1993; 72 pages
Helpful suggestions for when we visit a hospital patient.

Lever, Bernice A. Yet Woman I Am
ISBN: 0-88954-199-X; 1979; 64 pages
Poetry in a serious vein.

Lever, R. W. Improve Your Scrabble Brand Crossword Game
ISBN: 0-88954-220-1; 1980; 72 pages
This guide by a Scrabble® champion will help improve your game.

Lewis, John E. Grand Bezoo And Other Canadian Beauty Spots
ISBN: 0-88954-044-6; 1974; 64 pages
A collection of cartoons and limericks from The Ottawa Journal. Reprinted 1976.

Locke, Canon Charles, ed., and Iserhoff, Juliette, et al. Traditional Indian Recipes From Fort George, QC
ISBN: 0-88954-000-4 ; 1971; 56 pages
Written by seven First Nations women from Fort George, Quebec. In English and in Cree. Illustrations by First Nations children. At least 8 reprints to 1989.

Long, John S. Treaty No. 9: The Half Breed Question 1902-1910
ISBN: none; 1978; 40 pages
The author demonstrates how the rights of the Métis were ignored in Treaty No. 9.

Long, John S. Treaty No. 9: The Indian Petitions 1889-1927
ISBN: 0-88954-150-7; 1978; 40 pages
Previously unpublished petitions to the federal government affect the governments decision to sign a treaty. Maps and historic photos.

Long, John S. Treaty No. 9: The Negotiations 1901-1928
ISBN: none; 1978; 44 pages
Describes the extensive inter-governmental negotiations which led to the signing of Treaty No. 9.

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Maar, John. Taurus
ISBN: 0-88954-292-9; 1984; 132 pages
Tale of a western rancher's family of 100 years ago.

MacDougall, Archie Montreal River Shore And Other Songs
ISBN: none; 1976; 38 pages
Poems of his life, the people and the places, including Elk Lake.

MacDougall, Jean. That We May Remember
ISBN: 0-88954-084-5; 1976; 64 pages
Reprint of a 1975 book, about pioneer life in three Claybelt townships before the railway.

MacNeil, James (aka Phil H. Melville) The Book Shop Moose Book
ISBN: 0-88954-086-1; 1975; 112 pages
Manual for the moose hunter in Ontario; includes tips for stalking, killing and butchering the moose. Seven reprints between 1975 and 1988. Revised by HBS staff to update the section on government regulations and reprinted 1991, and 1995.

MacPherson, George G. All About Deer Hunting
ISBN: 0-88954-054-3; 1974; 36 pages
A professional deer hunter tells of his experiences tracking and hunting deer. Two printings in 1974 and a reprint in 1979.

MacPherson, George G. Search And Rescue
ISBN: 0-88954-048-9; 1974; 24 pages
A practical manual on how to organize searches and the proper ways of rescuing someone in danger.

MacPherson, Jim Mouse Tales In Temiskaming
ISBN: 0-88954-031-4; 1974; 48 pages
Illustrations by Muriel E. Newton-White. Written by an eleven-year-old who was inspired by Rabbit Tales in Temiskaming. Four Reprints to 1989.

Magann, Pamela Roo Views
ISBN: none; 1978; 80 pages
An amusing illustrated story of Roo, the Dachshund, and his many adventures and thoughts on life.

Magill, Katherine Back Of Baffuf
ISBN: 0-88954-133-7; 1977; 76 pages
Story of a family pioneering in Alberta after World War II.

Magoon, Wallace H. Beginners Mushroom Manual
ISBN: 0-88954-294-5; 1976; 29 pages
Aid to the beginner for finding some of the most common edible wild mushrooms. Reprinted 1980, and 1985.

Mallette, Beverley Dixon Jessica
ISBN: 0-88954-354-2; 1991; 207 pages
Historical novel based on stories told by the author’s grandmother, a nurse from England who came to work in the tent-hospital of early Cobalt. Hardcover. Reprinted 1992. (Also in softcover, ISBN: 0-88954-367-4).

Mansell, William C. Muskoka Daze
ISBN: 0-88954-096-9; 1976; 70 pages
Reprint of an article that appeared in the Canadian Magazine in 1932.

McFarlane, Leslie Fire In The North (A Play For Radio)
ISBN: 0-88954-009-8; 1973; 36 pages
A play for radio produced by the CBC October 3, 1972, commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Haileybury fire. Reprinted 1975.

McFarlane, Leslie A Kid In Haileybury
ISBN: 0-88954-088-8; 1975; 80 pages
Haileybury in the boom years, seen through the eyes of an eight-year-old boy. Reprinted 1996 with revisions arranged with the author's son.

McGill, Jean. Northern Adventure: The Exploration Of Great Bear Lake, 1900
ISBN: 0-88954-065-9; 1974; 60 pages
An authentic story of exploring Great Bear Lake at the turn of that century. Reprinted 1976.

McKendry-Fenton, Bonnie. In My Father's Care
ISBN: 0-88954-248-1; 1982; 48 pages
Poetry reflecting the author's conviction that religion is not necessarily the church but a way of life that, once chosen, can never be lost.

McKinnon, Keith. The Other Side Of North
ISBN: 0-88954-347-X; 1991; 160 pages
Adventure for childr

Maar, John. Taurus
ISBN: 0-88954-292-9; 1984; 132 pages
Tale of a western rancher's family of 100 years ago.

MacDougall, Archie Montreal River Shore And Other Songs
ISBN: none; 1976; 38 pages
Poems of his life, the people and the places, including Elk Lake.

MacDougall, Jean. That We May Remember
ISBN: 0-88954-084-5; 1976; 64 pages
Reprint of a 1975 book, about pioneer life in three Claybelt townships before the railway.

MacNeil, James (aka Phil H. Melville) The Book Shop Moose Book
ISBN: 0-88954-086-1; 1975; 112 pages
Manual for the moose hunter in Ontario; includes tips for stalking, killing and butchering the moose. Seven reprints between 1975 and 1988. Revised by HBS staff to update the section on government regulations and reprinted 1991, and 1995.

MacPherson, George G. All About Deer Hunting
ISBN: 0-88954-054-3; 1974; 36 pages
A professional deer hunter tells of his experiences tracking and hunting deer. Two printings in 1974 and a reprint in 1979.

MacPherson, George G. Search And Rescue
ISBN: 0-88954-048-9; 1974; 24 pages
A practical manual on how to organize searches and the proper ways of rescuing someone in danger.

MacPherson, Jim Mouse Tales In Temiskaming
ISBN: 0-88954-031-4; 1974; 48 pages
Illustrations by Muriel E. Newton-White. Written by an eleven-year-old who was inspired by Rabbit Tales in Temiskaming. Four Reprints to 1989.

Magann, Pamela Roo Views
ISBN: none; 1978; 80 pages
An amusing illustrated story of Roo, the Dachshund, and his many adventures and thoughts on life.

Magill, Katherine Back Of Baffuf
ISBN: 0-88954-133-7; 1977; 76 pages
Story of a family pioneering in Alberta after World War II.

Magoon, Wallace H. Beginners Mushroom Manual
ISBN: 0-88954-294-5; 1976; 29 pages
Aid to the beginner for finding some of the most common edible wild mushrooms. Reprinted 1980, and 1985.

Mallette, Beverley Dixon Jessica
ISBN: 0-88954-354-2; 1991; 207 pages
Historical novel based on stories told by the author’s grandmother, a nurse from England who came to work in the tent-hospital of early Cobalt. Hardcover. Reprinted 1992. (Also in softcover, ISBN: 0-88954-367-4).

Mansell, William C. Muskoka Daze
ISBN: 0-88954-096-9; 1976; 70 pages
Reprint of an article that appeared in the Canadian Magazine in 1932.

McFarlane, Leslie Fire In The North (A Play For Radio)
ISBN: 0-88954-009-8; 1973; 36 pages
A play for radio produced by the CBC October 3, 1972, commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Haileybury fire. Reprinted 1975.

McFarlane, Leslie A Kid In Haileybury
ISBN: 0-88954-088-8; 1975; 80 pages
Haileybury in the boom years, seen through the eyes of an eight-year-old boy. Reprinted 1996 with revisions arranged with the author's son.

McGill, Jean. Northern Adventure: The Exploration Of Great Bear Lake, 1900
ISBN: 0-88954-065-9; 1974; 60 pages
An authentic story of exploring Great Bear Lake at the turn of that century. Reprinted 1976.

McKendry-Fenton, Bonnie. In My Father's Care
ISBN: 0-88954-248-1; 1982; 48 pages
Poetry reflecting the author's conviction that religion is not necessarily the church but a way of life that, once chosen, can never be lost.

McKinnon, Keith. The Other Side Of North
ISBN: 0-88954-347-X; 1991; 160 pages
Adventure for children as they accompany David, Judy and Tony into another world.

McKinnon, Keith. The Rempal Inquest
ISBN: 0-88954-329-1; 1989; 256 pages
An espionage thriller, this novel was nominated for the Crime Writers of Canada Best First Novel.

McLaren, David. The Good Old Days
ISBN: 0-88954-384-4; 1995; 108 pages
The second volume of stories from Dave's life.

McLaren, David. Poems From The Heart
ISBN: 0-88954-383-6; 1994; 72 pages
Poems mainly reflecting life in Lorrain Valley. Reprinted 2001.

McLaren, David. Poems To Remember
ISBN: 0-88954-432-8; 2003; 52 pages
This is the authors fourth booklet of poetry.

McLaren, David. Rhymes Of A Senior's Home
ISBN: 0-88954-404-2; 1998; 64 pages
Poems written after the author entered a home for the aged.

McLaren, David. Turn Of The Century>
ISBN: 0-88954-357-7; 1992; 154 pages
Stories of life as it was for a young worker in the early 20th century. Reprinted 1996.

McLaren, David. The Way It Was
ISBN: 0-88954-420-4; 2001; 180 pages
Continues the author's Turn of the Century and The Good Old Days telling of life a little later in the 20th century.

McLaren, David. Wonderful Memories From The Valley
ISBN: 0-88954-352-6; 1991; 52 pages
Poems about the authors family and friends. Reprinted 1992.

McNab, Valerie. Pioneer Ventures
ISBN: 0-88954-362-3; 1992; 48 pages
As told by Edna Mack and Minerva Lett. Story of the Bannerman family and Will Bannerman's part in the history of the Porcupine.

Melville, Phil H. The Joy Chronicle
ISBN: 0-88954-089-6; 1976; 88 pages
Humorous sketches of a man returning to a town that he has not visited since boyhood years

Melville, Phil H. Mucker
ISBN: 0-88954-079-9; 1975; 96 pages
The life of a miner from childhood to tragic mining accident, set in a northern Ontario gold town in the 1940s.

Mitchell, Ken. In Forest By Stream
ISBN: 0-88954-075-6; 1975; 76 pages
Stories from a fisherman’s life.

Mitchell, Phyllis. A Guide To Happier Living
ISBN: 0-88954-187-6; 1979; 220 pages
An uplifting book about focusing on the positive, and looking to God.

Mole, Elise Haddon. Norman's Thankful Book
ISBN: 0-88954-135-3; 1978; 24 pages
Imaginative humour is used to help children appreciate the good things in life that they frequently take for granted.

Montaigne, Bill. Karen
ISBN: 0-88954-228-7; 1983; 112 pages
An Ottawa Valley freelancer (almost) innocently stumbles into a drug ring extending from a Canadian Forces Base to Ottawa.

Montreal River Navigation Co. Limited. The Gateway To The World's Greatest Silver District
ISBN: none; 1988
Reprint of an antique poster, but folded as a flyer. Seven panels and a map.

Moore, Gordon. Poems Of James Bay
ISBN: 0-88954-142-6; 1977; 24 pages
Poetry reflecting the blind author’s perceptions of nature and life in a small community on James Bay.

Moore, Kermot A. Kipawa: Portrait Of A People
ISBN: 0-88954-243-0; 1982, 1986; 172 pages
The history of a Quebec First Nations community by a Métis of Ojibway (Nisnabi) descent details changes to Kipawa in a hard hitting style. 1982 paperback, reprinted with ISBN in hard cover 1986.

Morel, Irene. Half A Loaf: My Love Affair With The Hurdville Mill
ISBN: 0-88954-179-5; 1979; 52 pages
The story of the author’s fight to save historic Hurdville Mill in Parry Sound.

Motiar, Ahmed. I Am Not Dumb
ISBN: 0-88954-213-9; 1980; 40 pages
A child’s story written for those who are perceptually handicapped by the author who was a teacher-therapist at York Centre for Learning Disabilities. Reprinted 1981.

Moulton, June Fuller. The Mysterious K.A.A.B. Club
ISBN: 0-88954-421-2; 2001; 164 pages
Ginny and her friends decide to do something to improve their image. Grandma Grace tells about the club that girls the same age had during World War II, and so the mysterious K.A.A.B. Club is formed, its name bearing a secret but its work very evident in the community. Reprinted 2002.

Moulton, June Fuller. No Name Farm
ISBN: 0-88954-401-8; 1997; 72 pages
A young family from the city learns the fundamentals of farm life when they move to, and fix up, a country place. Reprinted 2001.

Moulton, June Fuller. Swan Creek
ISBN: 0-88954-382-8; 1995; 192 pages
A family leaves the comforts of suburban life for a new and rewarding adventure in the north. Reprinted 1996 with cover corrected.

Murison, C. E. Poems And Otherwise
ISBN: 0-88954-010-1; 1973; 16 pages
Selection of poems and prose.

Murphy, John P. Yankee Takeover At Cobalt
ISBN: 0-88954-143-4; 1977; 198 pages
Well-researched history of the discovery of silver in Cobalt and the resultant boom years from 1903 to 1921. Numerous original photos. Hardcover.

en as they accompany David, Judy and Tony into another world.

McKinnon, Keith. The Rempal Inquest
ISBN: 0-88954-329-1; 1989; 256 pages
An espionage thriller, this novel was nominated for the Crime Writers of Canada Best First Novel.

McLaren, David. The Good Old Days
ISBN: 0-88954-384-4; 1995; 108 pages
The second volume of stories from Dave's life.

McLaren, David. Poems From The Heart
ISBN: 0-88954-383-6; 1994; 72 pages
Poems mainly reflecting life in Lorrain Valley. Reprinted 2001.

McLaren, David. Poems To Remember
ISBN: 0-88954-432-8; 2003; 52 pages
This is the authors fourth booklet of poetry.

McLaren, David. Rhymes Of A Senior's Home
ISBN: 0-88954-404-2; 1998; 64 pages
Poems written after the author entered a home for the aged.

McLaren, David. Turn Of The Century>
ISBN: 0-88954-357-7; 1992; 154 pages
Stories of life as it was for a young worker in the early 20th century. Reprinted 1996.

McLaren, David. The Way It Was
ISBN: 0-88954-420-4; 2001; 180 pages
Continues the author's Turn of the Century and The Good Old Days telling of life a little later in the 20th century.

McLaren, David. Wonderful Memories From The Valley
ISBN: 0-88954-352-6; 1991; 52 pages
Poems about the authors family and friends. Reprinted 1992.

McNab, Valerie. Pioneer Ventures
ISBN: 0-88954-362-3; 1992; 48 pages
As told by Edna Mack and Minerva Lett. Story of the Bannerman family and Will Bannerman's part in the history of the Porcupine.

Melville, Phil H. The Joy Chronicle
ISBN: 0-88954-089-6; 1976; 88 pages
Humorous sketches of a man returning to a town that he has not visited since boyhood years

Melville, Phil H. Mucker
ISBN: 0-88954-079-9; 1975; 96 pages
The life of a miner from childhood to tragic mining accident, set in a northern Ontario gold town in the 1940s.

Mitchell, Ken. In Forest By Stream
ISBN: 0-88954-075-6; 1975; 76 pages
Stories from a fisherman’s life.

Mitchell, Phyllis. A Guide To Happier Living
ISBN: 0-88954-187-6; 1979; 220 pages
An uplifting book about focusing on the positive, and looking to God.

Mole, Elise Haddon. Norman's Thankful Book
ISBN: 0-88954-135-3; 1978; 24 pages
Imaginative humour is used to help children appreciate the good things in life that they frequently take for granted.

Montaigne, Bill. Karen
ISBN: 0-88954-228-7; 1983; 112 pages
An Ottawa Valley freelancer (almost) innocently stumbles into a drug ring extending from a Canadian Forces Base to Ottawa.

Montreal River Navigation Co. Limited. The Gateway To The World's Greatest Silver District
ISBN: none; 1988
Reprint of an antique poster, but folded as a flyer. Seven panels and a map.

Moore, Gordon. Poems Of James Bay
ISBN: 0-88954-142-6; 1977; 24 pages
Poetry reflecting the blind author’s perceptions of nature and life in a small community on James Bay.

Moore, Kermot A. Kipawa: Portrait Of A People
ISBN: 0-88954-243-0; 1982, 1986; 172 pages
The history of a Quebec First Nations community by a Métis of Ojibway (Nisnabi) descent details changes to Kipawa in a hard hitting style. 1982 paperback, reprinted with ISBN in hard cover 1986.

Morel, Irene. Half A Loaf: My Love Affair With The Hurdville Mill
ISBN: 0-88954-179-5; 1979; 52 pages
The story of the author’s fight to save historic Hurdville Mill in Parry Sound.

Motiar, Ahmed. I Am Not Dumb
ISBN: 0-88954-213-9; 1980; 40 pages
A child’s story written for those who are perceptually handicapped by the author who was a teacher-therapist at York Centre for Learning Disabilities. Reprinted 1981.

Moulton, June Fuller. The Mysterious K.A.A.B. Club
ISBN: 0-88954-421-2; 2001; 164 pages
Ginny and her friends decide to do something to improve their image. Grandma Grace tells about the club that girls the same age had during World War II, and so the mysterious K.A.A.B. Club is formed, its name bearing a secret but its work very evident in the community. Reprinted 2002.

Moulton, June Fuller. No Name Farm
ISBN: 0-88954-401-8; 1997; 72 pages
A young family from the city learns the fundamentals of farm life when they move to, and fix up, a country place. Reprinted 2001.

Moulton, June Fuller. Swan Creek
ISBN: 0-88954-382-8; 1995; 192 pages
A family leaves the comforts of suburban life for a new and rewarding adventure in the north. Reprinted 1996 with cover corrected.

Murison, C. E. Poems And Otherwise
ISBN: 0-88954-010-1; 1973; 16 pages
Selection of poems and prose.

Murphy, John P. Yankee Takeover At Cobalt
ISBN: 0-88954-143-4; 1977; 198 pages
Well-researched history of the discovery of silver in Cobalt and the resultant boom years from 1903 to 1921. Numerous original photos. Hardcover.

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Newton-White, Muriel E. The Adventures Of The Sparrow Family/ Les Aventures De La Famille Moineau
ISBN: 0-88954-032-2; 1972; 29 pages
A story for children, told in French and English. Illustrated by the author. Reprinted 1974, 1976, 1978, 1981 and 1989.

Newton-White, Muriel E. Backhouses Of The North
ISBN: 0-88954-003-9; 1972; 38 pages
Philosophy, humour and drawings combine to give the reader a nostalgic look at other days. Illustrated by the author. At least 28 reprints until 2003. Publication rights acquired in 2011 by White Mountain Publications.

Newton-White, Muriel E. The Cold Wind In The Winter
ISBN: 0-88954-319-4; 1987; 175 pages
Childhood memories of a winter spent in a Toronto streetcar in northern Ontario after the Great Fire of 1922 that left so many homeless. Reprinted 1988.

Newton-White, Muriel E. Happy And Hoppy Drop In For Lunch
ISBN: 0-88954-332-1; 1990; 32 pages
Story of our two favourite bunnies.

Newton-White, Muriel E. Happy And Hoppy On The Trail Of The Easter Bunny
ISBN: 0-88954-312-7; 1986; 49 pages
A story for children with easy to read hand lettering and illustrations by the author. Reprinted 1992.

Newton-White, Muriel E. Happy And Hoppy The Kitty-Sitters
ISBN: 0-88954-318-6; 1988; 52 pages
This time the bunnies are mixed up with a family of skunks!

Newton-White, Muriel E. Happy And Hoppy’s Bible Colouring Book Of Birds And Animals
ISBN: 0-88954-276-7; 1976; 70 pages
Especially useful to Sunday School teachers. Eight reprints to 1997.

Newton-White, Muriel E. Happy And Hoppy’s Christmas Gift To You
ISBN: 0-88954-066-7; 1974; 40 pages
Happy and Hoppy tell a Christmas story for children. Illustrated by the author. At least 5 reprints to 1992.

Newton-White, Muriel E. Happy And Hoppy’s Hard Winter
ISBN: 0-88954-350-X; 1991; 40 pages
Some winters are difficult even for those best adapted to the North.

Newton-White, Muriel E. The House Of Surprises
ISBN: 0-88954-309-7; 1986; 44 pages
An old castle-like house provides fun and discovery. Word cards change the story with every reading.

Newton-White, Muriel E. Houses For Mouses
ISBN: 0-88954-191-4; 1981; 28 pages
Six little mice look for hicewe mean houses, clothes to wear, and names as long as their tails. Full-colour illustrations by the author. Reprinted 1985.

Newton-White, Muriel E. How To Draw Backhouses
ISBN: 0-88954-092-6; 1976; 48 pages
A humorous manual on drawing backhouses. Superb illustrations and handlettering. Reprinted 1989.

Newton-White, Muriel E. Joy: Happy And Hoppy’s Book Of Prayers
ISBN: 0-88954-012-8; 1973; 40 pages
A book of prayers for children. Illustrations by the author. Reprinted 1975, 1978 and 1983.

Newton-White, Muriel E. The Land Of Long Shadows
ISBN: 0-88954-241-4; 1981; 149 pages
Adventures of the Shadow People, who dwell in the trees of the North, when the snow has come to stay.

Newton-White, Muriel E. The Land Of Whispering Leaves
ISBN: 0-88954-303-8; 1985; 136 pages
In this new story you meet the summer dwellers, the Leaf People. Illustrated by the author.

Newton-White, Muriel E. Little Prayers
ISBN: 0-88954-055-1; 1974; 24 pages
This book contains many simple prayers for children. Seven reprints to 1997.

Newton-White, Muriel E. No, Susie, No!
ISBN: 0-88954-351-8; 1991; 28 pages
A new kitty learns the ways of her new home.

Newton-White, Muriel E. November Rabbit Tales
ISBN: 0-88954-061-6; 1974; 50 pages
Happy and Hoppy experience the coming of winter in the forest. At least 4 reprints to 1992.

Newton-White, Muriel E. The Pleasant Summer Sun
ISBN: 0-88954-333-X; 1989; 202 pages
The second of Muriels biographical trilogy. Sequel to The Cold Wind in the Winter.

Newton-White, Muriel E. Pumpkin Pussycat
ISBN: 0-88954-305-4; 1984; 54 pages
Find out how Pumpkin Pussycat makes new friends, when his people have to move to an apartment where they couldn’t have a cat. Illustrated by the author. Reprinted 1987.

Newton-White, Muriel E. Rabbit Tales In Temiskaming
ISBN: 0-88954-005-5; 1972; 64 pages
A woodland story for young readers. Illustrated by the author. Eight reprints to 1989.

Newton-White, Muriel E. River Bend Country
ISBN: 0-88954-262-7; 1982; 141 pages
A sequel to Land of Long Shadows about Tree People. Illustrated by the author.

Newton-White, Muriel E. Sketches Of Temiskaming
ISBN: 0-88954-008-X; 1972; 44 pages
Twenty drawings with accompanying verse and comment. Reprinted 1975 and 1980.

Newton-White, Muriel E. Squirrel Tails
ISBN: 0-88954-272-4; 1977; 48 pages
Adventures of two young squirrels as they leave their nest. Illustrated by the author. Four reprints to 1989.

Newton-White, Muriel E. The Sunset And The Morning
ISBN: 0-88954-344-5; 1991; 192 pages
This completes Muriel's biographical trilogy.

Nielson, Nellie. Worldwide Bloody Murders And ESP
ISBN: 0-88954-194-9; 1979; 150 pages
True, spine-chilling tales of murder and ESP.

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O’Hara, Peggy. From Romance To Reality
ISBN: 0-88954-285-6; 1983; 312 pages
The experiences of war brides from Britain and Holland who came to Canada following World War II. Illustrated. Hardcover. Reprinted 1985.

Oman, Mary M. Canadian Cornography
ISBN: 0-88954-151-5; 1977; 92 pages
Humorous, topical anecdotes about Canadian politics, TV shows and daily life by a Calgary freelance writer. Reprinted 1978.

Ontario Mining Digest, VOL. 1, NO. 1 MAY 1907
ISBN: none; 2003; 18 pages
Reprint of the first issue of a publication devoted to mining, published in Toronto by the Digest Publishing Co. Reprinted in honour of Cobalt’s centennial celebration.

Orcutt, Judith. Judith Orcutt's 45 Minute Cookbook Collection
ISBN: 0-88954-045-4 ; 1974; 24 pages
A sure-fire cookbook of recipes that take less than 45 minutes to prepare.

Osborn, Flora E. Thinking Metric
ISBN: 0-88954-091-8; 1975; 56 pages
Workbook for learning the metric system.

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Parker, Marie. George’s Friend
ISBN: 0-88954-195-7; 1979; 16 pages
The delightful story of a little mouse.

Parker, Marie. Inside Out
ISBN: 0-88954-171-X; 1978; 44 pages
Poetry illustrated with line drawings to give a unique visual effect.

Parker, Nancy. Wondering
ISBN: 0-88954-185-X; 1978; 48 pages
Handwritten verses. Title page and cover give author's name as Nancy O.

Parks, Milton. A Sprinkle A Day
ISBN: 0-88954-204-X; 1979; 104 pages
Stories and verse.

Pearson, Mike. Yesterday's Legacy: An Honest Look At Six Early Settlers Of Northern Ontario
ISBN: 0-88954-169-8; 1978; 60 pages
Six settlers who shaped northeastern Ontario.

Penhale, Barry. A Stringerful Of Memories
ISBN: 0-88954-103-5; 1976; 115 pages
Fishing experiences in the Trent-Kawartha Lakes area of Ontario. Reprinted 1978.

Perry, J. Edward. Winemaking Is Now Easy
ISBN: 0-88954-037-3; 1974; 32 pages
Manual of wine-making at home. Illustrated.

Piché, Germaine. Chantons Tous Pour Les Citoyens Agés
ISBN: 0-88954-273-2; 1976; 109 pages
Chansons françaises favorites. Reprinted 1977, and 1979.

Pilipchuk, Gary. A Poem For The Sake Of One
ISBN: none; 1978; 4 pages
A Highway Book Shop poetry foldout.

Plumstead, A.W. Bill, ed. Framed And Other Sketches, Stories And Poems
ISBN: 0-88954-389-5; 1994; 68 pages
Stories done by the editors students in a writing class.

Plumstead, A.W. (Bill). Loon
ISBN: 0-88954-361-5; 1992; 331 pages
A young woman of traditional New England ways, comes to northern Ontario to research the history of a Band of First Nations Canadians. Here she finds also a new way of life, a new love, and much about loons. With numerous changes, this book was later made into a film by another company.

Pollard, Douglas C. Baby Names
ISBN: 0-88954-261-9; 1982; 148 pages
Names for boys and girls with their origins, nicknames, and short forms.

Pollard, Douglas C. Dieters On Dieting
ISBN: 0-88954-139-6; 1977; 70 pages
17 dieters tell their inspiring personal experiences on losing weight.

Pollard, Douglas C. Dieters Workbook
ISBN: 0-88954-260-0; 1982; 104 pages
A diary/workbook to keep track of your diet.

Pollard, Douglas C. Dieting Made Simple
ISBN: 0-88954-316-X; 1987; 64 pages
Collection of helpful hints to make dieting easy. Reprinted 1988.

Pollard, Douglas C. 5000 Popular Books: Arranged By Title And Author
ISBN: 0-88954-064-0; 1974; 74 pages
Bibliography of popular books of the time.

Pollard, Douglas C. A Gardeners Scrapbook
ISBN: 0-88954-256-2; 1982; 72 pages
A diary-type workbook for gardeners.

Pollard, Douglas C. (compiler) Graffiti For Dieters
ISBN: 0-88954-131-0; 1977; 50 pages
Pithy, wall scribbles to amuse and inspire persons with a weight problem.

Pollard, Douglas C. How To Lose Weight By One Who Did
ISBN: 0-88954-011-X; 1972; 72 pages
The author lost 83 pounds following the method he has outlined in this book. Reprinted 1973. Second edition Nov 1973. Third edition 1977.

Pollard, Douglas C. Jokes. Book 1
ISBN: 0-88954-210-4; 1976; 64 pages
Jokes suitable for all ages from 8 to 80. Reprinted 1983 and 1988.

Pollard, Douglas C. Jokes, Book II
ISBN: 0-88954-287-2; 1976; 150 pages
Grew from 64 pages in the first edition to 150 pages in this edition. Reprinted 1991.

Pollard, Douglas C. The Low-Fat Diet, The Diet That Really Works
ISBN: 0-88954-348-8; 1991; 95 pages
The key to a trim and healthy body and permanent weight control. Reprinted 1992.

Pollard, Douglas C. Rules Book For Dieters
ISBN: 0-88954-308-9; 1985; 126 pages
This book will assist anyone who is presently trying to lose weight, or is planning to do so.

Pollard, Douglas C. Sprouts For Dieters
ISBN: 0-88954-189-2; 1979; 92 pages
A bit of green can easily be grown at home. The author researched this subject carefully and gives much information on raising sprouts. Reprinted later in 1979.

Pollard, Douglas C. 365 Thoughts For Dieters
ISBN: 0-88954-125-6; 1977; 69 pages
Ideas to inspire overweight persons to become slim and healthy. Includes some repetitions, but this is intentional, in order that the main theme, Eat less and exercise more will be reinforced.

Pollard, Douglas C. Weight Loss Simplified
ISBN: 0-88954-414-X; 2000; 60 pages
The author writes in easy-to-read style and proposes easy-to-understand concepts.

Powell, David D. Bimybo Becomes A Real Clown
ISBN: 0-88954-101-9; 1976; 32 pages
A read and colour story book in which the author and his daughter find that there are things more important than money.

Powell, David D. O Henry Horse, Come On Home!
ISBN: 0-88954-203-1; 1979; 52 pages
A little girl has lost her horse and feels she must find him. The horse has lost his little girl and feels he must find her. Both are hunting, and soon they bump into one another.

Preston, Diane. Guide To Natural Dyes: Ontario Guide To Plants And Their Dyes
ISBN: 0-88954-200-7; 1979;
A careful assessment of colours that can be made and effectively used from local plants.

Pritchard, Robert E. A Solitary Crow
ISBN: none; 1971; 24 pages
Hand-written poems.

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Rainville, Dorothy and Morris. Perhaps
ISBN: 0-88954-022-5; 1973; 74 pages
The authors give their opinions on hypnosis, reincarnation and inner awareness.

Rainville, Dorothy and Morris. Search For A Princess
ISBN: 0-88954-015-2; 1973; 64 pages
A true story of reincarnation as experienced by a northern Ontario housewife.

Ramsey, Sue. Elementary Equitation Manual
ISBN: 0-88954-154-X; 1978; 64 pages
A comprehensive illustrated guide to the care, maintenance and training of your horse, following the French School of Horsemanship.

Raphael, Maryanne. Your Psychic Powers: The Key To Success
ISBN: 0-88954-057-8; 1974; 56 pages
How to better yourself using the powers of positive thinking.

Reid, Ruby. It's Four O’Clock
ISBN: 0-88954-296-1; 1984; 136 pages
Depicts the pioneer courage of a young teacher in a back-woods school and community.

Reid, Ruby. Muskeg And Moccasins
ISBN: 0-88954-206-6; 1979; 111 pages
A novel based on the personal experience of the author growing up in Hearst and later teaching at Kapuskasing. Reprinted 1980.

Reu, David G. The Role Of Vitamins In Medicine
ISBN: none; 1974; 8 pages
A serious consideration of the importance of vitamins.

Richard, Maurice. The Golden Haired Teddy Bear
ISBN: 0-88954-077-2; 1975; 18 pages
A befuddled wizard in the kingdom of Wool. Sheep with giraffe's legs, and a balding teddy bear are among the characters in this tale for children.

Richards, Ethel and Bilusack, Lois. Oh No!
ISBN: 0-88954-182-5; 1979; 36 pages
What would you say if a bear came to your door? A true story of exactly that!

Rickard, Andrew. Basic Issues And Priorities Of Grand Council Treaty Nine
ISBN: 0-88954-148-5; 1977; 60 pages
A summary of the main concerns and objectives of Grand Council Treaty Nine.

Robertson, Louise. It's All In Your Head: The Trials And Triumphs Of An Epileptic
ISBN: 0-88954-239-2; 1981; 200 pages
An autobiography of an epileptic victim who learned to work around her condition; tells how others can do the same.

Robinson, Robert and Marion. Mr & Mrs
ISBN: 0-88954-334-8; 1990; 124 pages
Men and women look at things differently. Short stories about humorous and serious sides of family life.

Robinson, Robert R. Hume
ISBN: 0-88954-227-9; 1981; 124 pages
It took a war, a rising tide of foreign ownership, and an act of the Ontario legislature to change the character of this little town in southern Ontario.

Rodden, Michael, and Handley, Peter, ed. Anent Michael J.: The Life & Times Of Michael J. Rodden In Northern Ontario
ISBN: 0-88954-410-7; 1999; 228 pages
Autobiography of Mike Rodden, sports figure of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. A native of Mattawa, he was a well-known sports columnist as well as coach and referee, and has been named to both the Canadian Hockey Hall of Fame and the Canadian Football Hall of Fame.

Ross, Catherine, Hutton, Deborah, and Dunbar, Pamela. When The Wilderness Beckons: A Canoe Tripping Handbook
ISBN: 0-88954-244-9; 1981; 108 pages
Concise handbook on how to plan, prepare, and enjoy a canoe holiday in the wilderness. Reprinted 1982.

Roy, Omer. Cooking For A Hobby
ISBN: 0-88954-019-5; 1973; 36 pages
A basic cookbook in Habitant style by a French Canadian.

Roy, Omer. Cooking Over An Open Fire: Survival In The Forest
ISBN: 0-88954-158-0; 1978; 49 pages
Illustrated guide to cooking outdoors, including tips for living off the land.

Royer, Lucien. The Book Shop Sandwich Book
ISBN: 0-88954-097-7; 1976; 102 pages
These enticing recipes will transform the everyday sandwich into a exciting meal.

Rushworth, Madeline. Rhymes Of A Northern Girl
ISBN: 0-88954-155-8; 1978; 60 pages
Poetry reflecting life in Northern Ontario by a woman from Kirkland Lake.

Russell, Ruth. The Liberated Cook
ISBN: 0-88954-263-5; 1984; 40 pages
How to cook good meals in thirty minutes or less, without being chained to the kitchen.

Rychlo, M.A. The Arsenic Papers
ISBN: 0-88954-145-0; 1977; 168 pages
A definitive study of the natural distribution and carcinogenic effect of arsenic in the water of North America.

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Sabourin, Pascal. Poèmes Du Nord Et Dailleurs
ISBN: 0-88954-240-6; 1981; 76 pages
Ces poèmes promettent une lecture rafraîchissante puisquils chantent lamour de lat terre et dénoncent lexploitation irrévocable de la nature ainsi que lexploitation de lhomme par lêtre humain.

Scanlon, James. A Different Time Among The Northern Cree
ISBN: 0-88954-439-5; 2008; 160 pages
The life of the author and his family among the Cree of northern Quebec and of James Bay. Printing since 2011 by White Mountain Publications.

Scanlon, James. The Inlanders
ISBN: 0-88954-083-7; 1975; 105 pages
A History of the Inland Cree of northern Quebec, their experience with the white man and the Anglican Church. With illustrations and historic photographs.

Scanlon, James. Letters From James Bay
ISBN: 0-88954-094-2; 1976; 60 pages
Letters from Bishop John Horden, the first Bishop of Moosonee, during the years 1883-1885.

Scanlon, James. The Preacher's Book At Rupert House, 1902-1911
ISBN: 0-88954-440-9; 2008; 140 Pages
History from the record book kept by Anglican missionaries serving at Rupert House from 1902 to 1911. Printing since 2011 by White Mountain Publications. Available here.

Schacht, Nancy W. Enjoy Your Baby
ISBN: 0-88954-025-X: 1973; 32 pages
Manual for mothers of newborn babies.

75th Anniversary of the Great Fire of 1922 Committee. The Great Fire Of 1922 ISBN: 0-88954-413-1; 1999; 400 pages A collection of edited reminiscences from survivors of the Fire. One of the ten greatest disasters in Canadian history affected 18 northern Ontario townships and covered 650 square miles, destroying homes, farms, and communities. In total 6,000 people were left homeless and 43 people perished. Reprinted 2000. *100th anniversary edition coming 2022. Contact Haileybury Heritage Museum

Sha-ka-nash, Canoe Trip To Fort Temiscamingue In [18]79
ISBN: none; 1971; 12 Pages
1971 reprint of 1933 Haileyburian article.

Shave, Colleen. Waking Moments
ISBN: 0-88954-068-3; 1974; 48 pages
Poems by a teenage girl.

Ship, Marlene Moore. The Christmas Snowmobile
ISBN: 0-88954-270-8; 1977; 28 pages
Santa's adventures when his reindeer get sick and miss the annual Christmas Eve journey.

Published by the Cobalt Daily Nugget in 1916 Silver & Gold: Pictorial Souvenir Of The Mines Of Northern Ontario
ISBN: 0-88954-429-8; 2003; 64 pages
Published by the Cobalt Daily Nugget in 1916. Reprinted by Highway Book Shop with the permission of the North Bay Nugget.

Sim, Dave. How's Your Beaver?
ISBN: 0-88954-042-X; 1974; 48 pages
National epithets printed on the sweatshirt of a beer-bellied beaver.

Sirola, D. Grant. Canadian Lament
ISBN: none; 1977; 1 page
A poem concerning the bilingual situation in Canada. A Highway Book Shop poetry foldout.

Sirola, D. Grant. Cobalt Characters And Lore
ISBN: 0-88954-107-8; 1976; 100 pages
History of a silver boom town in light poetry.

Sirola, D. Grant. Finding God
ISBN: 0-88954-124-8: 1977; 96 pages
Poetry in a religious vein.

Sirola, D. Grant. The Golden Years
ISBN: 0-88954-141-8; 1977; 52 pages
Poetry for senior citizens.

Sirola, D. Grant. A Legend In Our Time: Cobalt’s Paul Hermiston
ISBN: none; 1976; 8 pages
Life of an important Northerner.

Sirola, D. Grant. The Legend Of Princess Maggie
ISBN: none; 1976; 44 pages
The true story in poetry of an aged squaw who gained the love and respect of all who knew her.

Sirola, D. Grant and Barbara. Repeat Performance: The Nuclear Age
ISBN: 0-88954-105-1; 1976; 104 pages
Careful reassessment of history leads to frightening prophecy. Have we done it all before?

Skinner, Norman Doc. Story Teller And Certified Liar
ISBN: 0-88954-112-4; 1976; 76 pages
A Longlac author delights his readers with tall tales. Eight reprints to 1993.

Small, Lilian. Indian Stories From James Bay
ISBN: 0-88954-004-7; 1972; 24 pages
Experiences of fourteen Cree living in Moose Factory. Six reprints to 1989.

Smith, Orville W. I Can’t Keep My Big Mouth Shut
ISBN: 0-88954-062-4; 1974; 78 pages
The author lost 200 pounds, explains how he did it and how he keeps his weight down.

Smylie, Clifford & Mary Belle Northern Doctor, The Memoirs of Clifford Hugh Smylie M.D. 1893-1957
ISBN: 0-88954-108-6; 1979, revised and hard cover reprint in 2002 ; 404 pages
Reminiscences of a northern country doctor in the early twentieth century, compiled by his wife from his detailed notes. Limited number of copies available from White Mountain Publications

Sneyd, Lola. Ringette Is Fun
ISBN: 0-88954-311-9; 1985; 32 pages
Ringette is the fascinating winter sport for girls, a fast moving, no body contact game played on ice.

Sotebeer, Titia. Feed Your Family With Love: A Cookbook For Vegetarians
ISBN: 0-88954-205-8; 1981; 176 pages
Definitive cookbook for vegetarians by a practicing vegetarian. Spiral bound. Large print.

Speyers, Judith Ann. Animal Friends Of The North
ISBN: 0-88954-368-2; 1993; 84 pages
Handicrafts and stories to introduce children 8+ to some wild friends of the north.

Spot Publications, and Zika, L.K. The Tops In Fishing Spots: Northern Ontario
ISBN: none; 1976; 44 pages
The fisherman’s guide to 2,000 lakes and streams in northern Ontario with reference to maps produced by Spot Publications.

Sprenger, Jon & Anita. Church Is A Laugh (Sometimes)
ISBN: 0-88954-130-2; 1977; 68 pages
Humorous and penetrating cartoons depicting a young couples view from the pew.

St. Andrews School Fundraising. Ojibway Legends Retold, by pupils of St. Andrews School
Chakabesh And The Big Fish ISBN: 0-88954-355-0
Chakabesh And The Sun ISBN: 0-88954-365-8
How We Got The Twelve Months ISBN: 0-88954-378-X
Shingibush And The Loon ISBN: 0-88954-360-7
Stories From The James Bay Coast ISBN: 0-88954-373-9
The Twelve Moons (Months) ISBN: 0-88954-385-2
Wesakaychak And The Beaver ISBN: 0-88954-377-1
Wesakaychak And The Wild Geese ISBN: 0-88954-364-X
Wesakaychak And The Wolves ISBN: 0-88954-379-8

St. Andrews United Church, Haileybury. Growth Of An Idea: History Of St. Andrews United Church, Haileybury
ISBN: none; 1974; 18 pages
Growth of a congregation from small beginnings.

St. John The Evangelist, New Liskeard, St. John The Evangelist, New Liskeard, 1893-1973
ISBN: none; 1973; 36 pages
60 Year Anniversary book, updated and reprinted from an earlier edition done elsewhere.

St. Pauls Anglican Church Women, Haileybury, ON
ISBN: none; 1975; 128 pages
The church’s ladies share their best recipes.

Stickter, Jim. How To Understand Canadians / Americans
ISBN: 0-88954-028-4; 1974; 52 pages
A witty text on understanding North Americans.

Stoodley, Forbes, and Romanko, Ronald. Forgive Us, Lord-We Looked At The National Geographic, March 1928
ISBN: 0-88954-396-8; 1997; 260 pages
Life as it was for youngsters in the 1940s.

Stopps, Winnifred. A Walk Through Cobalt's Past
ISBN: none; 1978; 16 pages
Walking tour booklet to see Cobalt history.

Stortroen, Magne, An Immigrant In Porcupine *
ISBN: 0-88954-110-8; 1977; 84 pages
The biography of a Norwegian who came to northern Ontario in 1923. Reprinted 1979.

Stortroen, Magne. An Immigrant's Journal *
ISBN: 0-88954-282-1; 1982; 168 pages
A sequel to his Immigrant in Porcupine.

* Reprinted by White Mountain Publications 2018, both journals into one volume, and also available in ebook formats

Strickland, Helen M. Silver Under The Sea: The Story Of The Silver Islet Mine Near Thunder Bay
ISBN: 0-88954-184-1; 1979; 244 pages
The story of the mine, based on history gathered from old reports, letters and photos.

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Taylor, Bruce W. The Age Of Steam On Lake Temiskaming
ISBN: 0-88954-381-X; 1993; 160 pages
History of the steamboats on Lake Temiskaming and their major role in the development of this area. Illustrated with maps and photos. Some copies still available from White Mountain Publications

Taylor, Bruce W. New Liskeard: The Pioneer Years
ISBN: 0-88954-430-1; 2003; 230 pages
A carefully researched history of New Liskeard, Ontario. Some copies still available from White Mountain Publications

Temagami Community Cookbook
ISBN: 0-88954-269-4; 1974; 170 pages
Favourite recipes by the women of Temagami. Spiral bound. Reprinted 1976, 1979 and 1985.

Thaxter, Verna Thom. Of Turnips And Teas And Threshing Bees: My Experience Of The Depression Years
ISBN: 0-88954-422-0; 2001; 104 pages
A book remembering times past: the good times, hardships, methods of work and the general thinking of a farm family in the mid-twentieth century.

Thomas, Velma and Brayford, Marion. The Adventures Of Mr. & Mrs. Field Mouse In Finding A Winter Home
ISBN: 0-88954-167-1; 1978; 32 pages
A nature story for young children.

Thompson, R. E. Sides
ISBN: none; 1976; 54 pages
Collection of the author's poetry.

Tremain, Mary Helen. Step Into Music For Guitar
ISBN: 0-88954-232-5; 1982; 60 pages
Step-by-step instructions on how to play the guitar.

Turner, Daisy Moose Factory Cree
ISBN: 0-88954-271-6; 2001: ISBN: 0-88954-419-0: 2010: 978-1-894747-87-5; 54 pages
Introduction to Cree Syllabics. Illustrations by First Nations children. Reprinted 10 times to 2001 before the second edition was released. Revised and reprinted edition contained 2 CD's of Mrs. Turner's voice pronouncing the words. Reproduced 2010 by White Mountain Publications The cover has been freshened with colour, and it has a new ISBN as well as the two CDs. Available here.

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VandenHazel, Bessel J. From Dugout To Diesel
ISBN: 0-88954-251-1; 1982; 200 pages
History of transportation on Lake Nipissing. Many drawings and photographs. Reprinted 1986.

Vranch, Margaret. Meet The Mims
ISBN: 0-88954-016-0; 1973; 52 pages
A fairy tale, illustrated by the author.

Vranch, Margaret. The Mim Band
ISBN: 0-88954-076-4; 1974; 45 pages
More Mims madness. Hand lettered and illustrated by the author.

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Wallace, W. Stewart. Fur Traders At Fort Temiskaming And Bear Island
ISBN: none; 1972; 14 pages
Reprint from The Pedlars from Quebec by W. Stewart Wallace (Ryerson Press, 1954)

Wallingford, Ron. Portrait Of A Runner
ISBN: 0-88954-310-0; 1985; 346 pages
Novel of one man’s quest to represent his country and win at the Olympic Games.

Walton, W.W. The 5:15 Gang
ISBN: 0-88954-331-3; 1989; 138 pages
Humorous anecdotes about dedicated sportsmen who are intent on having a good time.

Walton, W.W. Kawigamog: Pickerel River Tales
ISBN: 0-88954-114-0; 1976; 68 pages
Stories of a steamboat in the earlier twentieth century.

Walton, W. W. Skit To Satire In Five Easy Pieces
ISBN: 0-88954-152-3; 1977; 86 pages
Five short dramas.

Ward, Margaret The Adoption Of Native Canadian Children
ISBN: 0-88954-297-X; 1984; 69 pages
A well-documented manual on the adoption of First Nations children. Reprinted 1988.

Warner, Glen How To Retire At Any Age Without Money
ISBN: 0-88954-196-5; 1979; 48 pages
A detailed escape route to dropping out of the rat race.

Weisele, Angelika S., and Neal, Elizabeth Friendship Cookbook
ISBN: 0-88954-304-6; 1984; 262 pages
This cookbook contains 162 delicious Canadian and European recipes in both English and German, imperial and metric measure. Spiral bound.

Weller, Stella Kids Cooking
ISBN: 0-88954-252-X; 1983; 98 pages
A fun way to satisfy a childs curiosity about words, food and creative cooking. Illustrated. Spiral bound.

Wetjen, Andre, and Irvine, L.H.T. The Kirkland Lake Story: A Pictorial History
ISBN: 0-88954-321-6; 1988; 110 pages
Reprint of a previously published booklet.

Wilcox, Gladys From A London Pub To Mine Finder
ISBN: 0-88954-427-1; 2002; 77 pages
A daughter of the discoverer and founder of Silver Miller Mines has written a history of her fathers work which gave some thirty years more life to the Cobalt camp.

Wilke, Al and Margi. Family Tree Scrapbook
ISBN: 0-88954-275-9; 1978; 24 pages
Trace your family tree by this easy method. Publication rights in Canada purchased from U.S. publisher. Reprinted twenty times to 2002.

Willett, L.H. Man: Know Thyself
ISBN: 0-88954-072-1; 1975; 58 pages
An introduction to the occult sciences.

Willing, Kathlene, and Girard, Suzanne. Chippy's Computer Numbers
ISBN: 0-88954-300-3; 1984; 29 pages
Illustrated by Melanie Hayes. Numbers from one to twelve from the world of computers.

Willing, Kathlene, and Girard, Suzanne. Chippy's Computer Words
ISBN: 0-88954-301-1; 1984; 27 pages
Illustrated by Melanie Hayes. Twenty words about the world of computers are presented alphabetically.

Willing, Kathlene, and Girard, Suzanne. Join The Computer Revolution
ISBN: 0-88954-299-6; 1984; 85 pages
A first step to help you join the computer revolution.

Willing, Kathlene, and Girard, Suzanne. The Junior Computer Dictionary
ISBN: 0-88954-302-X; 10983; 68 pages
101 useful words and definitions to introduce students to computer terminology.

Willing, Kathlene, and Girard, Suzanne. Primary Computer Dictionary
ISBN: 0-88954-293-7; 1983; 55 pages
Illustrated by Melanie Hayes. 50 useful words and definitions to introduce young children to computers. Also available in French from another publisher. Reprinted the same year and again in 1984.

Willing Workers Group of Heaslip. Memories Of The Great Fire 1922
ISBN: 0-88954-018-7; 1972; 82 pages
The people of Heaslip published the memories of the Great Fire as it concerned their own community. Reprinted 2000.

Wills, Harold A. Strike! A Right Or A Crime?
ISBN: 0-88954-030-6; 1974; 38 pages
Discussion of a controversial subject by a former newspaper publisher.

Wilson, Frank C. The Silent Guide
ISBN: 0-88954-259-7; 1982; 52 pages
The story of a tree fashioned into a survey post, which stands as the silent guide. A good introduction to a surveyor's perspective.

Wilson, Maria. Leaf In The Wind
ISBN: 0-88954-369-0; 1993; 403 pages
Novel whose heroine, Nicole, becomes the dynamic centre of a group of admirers.

Winters, Jason. Cancer Conquered Naturally
ISBN: 0-88954-175-2; 1978; 60 pages
Using natural foods to counteract cancer. Reprinted 1979.

Wipprecht, Helmut. Blueprint Of Destiny
ISBN: 0-88954-039-X; 1974; 81 pages
A study of modern Israel and world affairs in the light of the Bible prophecy.

Wipprecht, Helmut. The Case For Extramarital Friendship
ISBN: 0-88954-036-5; 1974; 61 pages
A controversial treatise.

Wistinghausen, Nik. Live In A Solar Greenhouse
ISBN: 0-88954-237-6; 1982; 38 pages
The techniques of earthen-wall construction and solar heating are combined in the plan for this economical house design.

Wistinghausen, Nik. Solar Groundhouse
ISBN: 0-88954-193-0; 1979; 45 pages
Two housing techniques, solar energy heating and earthen-wall construction, are combined. Reprinted three times to 1980.

Women's Institute of Thornloe. History Of Thornloe, A Tweedsmuir History
ISBN: 0-88954-168-X; 1978; 318 pages
The Women's Institute branches were requested by Lord Tweedsmuir to prepare local histories of their communities.

Wrigley, Ronald. Shipwrecked
ISBN: 0-88954-291-0; 1985; 140 pages
History of shipping on northern Lake Superior, and of the vessels that met with tragedy.

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Zenik, Robert. Beyond Me
198356 pages ISBN: 0-88954-288-0
Poetry can take one beyond oneself.

Zorbas, Greg, and Eastman, Byron Soccer Fundamentals
ISBN: 0-88954-313-5 1986139 pages
A programmed approach to providing soccer fundamentals and training.



ISBN: 0-88954-310-0; 1985; 346 pages