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Beaton Institute - Ethnocultural Resources Inventory
Cape Breton University - MacDermaid Music and Stories
Cape Breton University - Micmac News-The complete run from 1965-1991
Dr. Thomas J. Khattar Collection
Material Culture Review
Cape Breton University - The Cape Breton News
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Cape Breton University - The Sydney Booster
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Illustrirtes Mustertauben-Buch : Enthaltend das Gesammte der Taubenzucht
This text describes methods of keeping and training pigeons. It is written entirely in German.
Impartial reflections on the case of Mr. Byng : as stated in an appeal to the people, &c. and a letter to a member of Parliament, &c
This book discusses the trial and execution of Mr. John Byng, an officer in the British navy, who failed to engage French forces in the Mediterranean during the Seven Years War. Sections include an explanation as to why Byng would have been forced to turn back to Gibralter, as well as discussion of his trial. This text was meant as an appeal to the British Parliament and public opinion on behalf of Mr. Byng.
Impostures innocentes, or, A collection of prints from the most celebrated painters, viz., Rafael, Guido, Carlo Maratti, Poussin, Rembrandt, &c. ...
This is a collection of prints from artists Rafael, Rembrandt, Julio Romano, and others. Some examples of prints include 'The Incredulity of Thomas', 'Venus Trying One of Cupid's Arrows', 'Three Women', and 'The Triumph of Venus'. A brief biography of Bernard Picart, the French engraver, is also included.
In a Syrian saddle
This book documents the author's travels through Syria, Moab, Galilee, and Samaria. It includes information on places such as Jericho, Amman, the Jordan Valley, Nazareth and Tiberius. Chapters include discussion on the animal and plant life which are found in these regions, as well as information on the cultures and customs of the local inhabitants. This text also includes examples of vernacular song and stories found within these areas, as well as some information on the religion of Islam.
In the heart of the Canadian Rockies
This book is a history of the Canadian Rockies. It contains chapters on Banff, Mount Assiniboine, Lake Louise, the Otter Tail Range and the mountains of the West Branch. Several maps and illustrations are included in this text. There is also an appendix, with such topics as the Selkirks, an accident on the glaciers of Mount Gordon, and hints on outfitting for the Rockies.
Jahn's Biblical archaeology
Translated from Latin by Thomas C. Upham, this book deals primarily with biblical archaeology and its importance to the theologian. It also includes discussions on domestic, political and religious antiquities, with chapters dealing with the arts, science, religion, and many aspects of domestic life.
John Cabot, the discoverer of North America, and Sebastian, his son : a chapter of the maritime history of England under the Tudors, 1496-1557
This book contains information on the voyages of John and Sebastian Cabot, as well as on the maritime exploration policy under the Tudor dynasty in England from 1496 to1557. Biographies of both John Cabot and his son Sebastian are included, as well as their expeditions to Newfoundland and Nova Scotia. Chapters include information on the time Sebastian Cabot spent in Spain, as well as several of his scientific theories. Other sections describe the criminal charges pressed against him when he returned to England. Several maps of North America are featured, including Sebastian Cabot's map of Newfoundland.
Jorrocks's jaunts & jollities : the hunting, shooting, racing, driving, sailing, eating, eccentric and extravagant exploits of that renowned sporting citizen, Mr. John Jorrocks of St. Botolph Lane and Great Coram Street
This book is a comic account of a Cockney grocer's fox hunting trips in England and France. Chapters describe fox hunting with the Surrey pack, racing at Newmarket, and horse racing in France. The book also describes the social scene of the time, with several chapters discussing dinner parties attended by Mr. Jorrocks, as well as his experiences in Paris. A number of colour illustrations accompany the text.
Journal of a tour in the Levant
This is a narrative of the travels of the author through areas of Turkey, Greece, Egypt, and other parts of the Middle East. There are chapters on the religion, culture, and geography of these areas, often accompanied by illustrations. The cultures of the Turks and Greeks are predominantly represented. Information on cities such as Constantinople and Jerusalem are included, as well as areas in Egypt such as the Pyramids and the Nile River. There are also several chapters devoted specifically to religious figures in these areas, such as the Archbishop of Cyprus, and descriptions of several mosques and holy sites.
Kalila and Dimna, or, The fables of Bidpai
This book is a collection of fables from Bidpai, although some historical information is included as well, such as stories about Alexander of Macedonia and his conquests in Persia. Chapters describe fables such as 'The Owls and the Crows', 'The Monkey and the Tortoise', and 'The Lion and the Bull'. Each of these stories includes moral teachings. Each story has been taken from the Indian books of the Kalila and Dimna.
Kansas, its interior and exterior life : including a full view of its settlement, political history, social life, climate, soil, productions, scenery, etc
This book is an examination of the State of Kansas during the mid-19th century, including climate, geography, and the political landscape and goverment. While this book was being written, the author was imprisoned in the United States camp in Lecompton as a state prisoner. Chapters include information on Kansas laws, the personality of Governor Shannon, the growing tensions between the free States and the slave owning States, the absence of law in certain areas, and atrocities committed against free men in the South. Final chapters include the liberation of prisoners at Fort Leavenworth, and an appeal to the American people to prevent the same tragedies from occurring in the future.
King Charles the First's Declaration to his subjects concerning lawful sports to be used on Sundays : 1633
This book is a facsimile reprint of the 1633 edition titled 'The Kings Maiesties Declaration to his subiects, concerning lawful sports to bee used'. It is a declaration by King Charles I regarding lawful sports played on Sundays. It discusses the importance of religion, the negative influences Puritanism has on the English population, and gives a list of recreational activities that are acceptable, providing they do not interfere with Church services. It also prohibits any activity on Sunday that would require guns or weapons to be used.
This book contains information on a number of French-Canadian and Indian folk tales and legends collected around the region of Quebec during the 19th century. It includes 'Le Tableau', 'Les Pioniers', 'La Jongleuse', as well as a brief epilogue. These legends date back to the 18th century.
La colombe : messag?¿re plus rapide que l' ??clair, plus prompte que la nue
This book contains information on the breeding, feeding, and housing of pigeons. The text is written in both French and Arabic.
La vie souterraine : ou, Les mines et les mineurs
This book is an examination of mining dating back to the 18th century. Chapters include information on working in the mines, fossils found in coal mines, the importance of the coal and mineral industries, and the equipment used in mining. Information on accidents and problems with mining are also included, along with a number of illustrations.
Land and the lee in the Bosphorus and ?ågean, or, Views of Athens and Constantinople
This book is a description of the author's travels throughout Greece and the surrounding areas, specifically Constantinople, Athens, and Napoli. Chapters include information on the governance of these cities, including meeting with the Sultan, as well as peculiar social norms, such as the use of opium as a drug. There are descriptive chapters in this book which deal with Greek culture, including information on religion. The author also mentions visiting several mosques throughout his trip. This text is an overview of the similarities of Greek culture in different cities.
Lands of plenty : British North America for health, sport, and profit; a book for all travellers and settlers
This book is a description of the different regions of Canada, including such topics as climate, cities and chief towns, tourist resorts, farming in Ontario, and the Praries. Several chapters include information on other provinces, such as Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, as well as the Northwest Territories. The focus of this text is on leisure or sport activities that take place in the different areas of Canada, as well as some secondary information on the history of each area. Several maps illustrate the text, including a map of Nova Scotia.
Lectures on the sacred poetry of the Hebrews
This book is a collection and discussion of Hebrew poetry from the 17th and 18th centuries. Chapters include information on the design of Hebrew poetry and the use of metrical verse, the poetical imagery from history, the allegorical value of poetry to the Hebrews, and the general characteristics of prophetic poetry. Several songs are also included in this book as well as poems. Each poem includes a brief description of the author's meaning.
Les J??suites et la Nouvelle-France au XVIIe si?¿cle d'apr?¿s beaucoup de documents in??dits
These volumes discuss the Jesuit religion in Quebec and other areas of Canada during the 17th century. Sections include histories of Samuel de Champlain, Jacques Cartier, information on the Jesuit missions in Acadia, and some history of the local Indian tribes. The foundation of the French colony in Quebec by 1640 is discussed at length, as well as the Huron War between the French and the Algonquin Indian tribe, until the end of hostilities at the Council of Trois Rivieres. Other chapters include sections of American history, such as the use of the Mississippi river in trading goods, and information on the Governor of Virginia. Several sections deal with the French relationship with their English neighbors, as well as the construction of Fort Frontenac in Quebec City. Several maps are included.
Letters from Nova Scotia : comprising sketches of a young country
This book contains a series of letters written by a British soldier stationed in Nova Scotia during the 19th century. Descriptions in the letters include his landing at Halifax, the abuse of liquor among soldiers, general progress of the colony, government, and the abundance of free slaves and Indians living in Nova Scotia. The agriculture in Nova Scotia is also discussed at length, including livestock, crop rotations, and tillage. Information on Truro and Annapolis is also included, as well as several maps of Nova Scotia.
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