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1 Collins, W.H. Report on a Portion of Northwestern Ontario Traversed by the National Transcontinental Railway between Lake Nipigon and Sturgeon Lake
Ottawa, ON, Canada S.E. Dawson, Printer 1908 no Wraps Poor Ex-Library 
Light blue/green printed wraps. 23 pp. plus a 4 page list of other publications available. Three photos present, plus a large fold out map attached to the rear wrapper. A report issued by the Department of Mines in Canada, providing primarily a geological description of the Northwestern region of Ontario, Canada between Lake Nipigon and Sturgeon Lake. This includes a section on the economic geology of the area, providing a brief history/synopsis of gold mining operations. With two photos of the St. Anthony Reef Gold Mine and camp. POOR/FAIR condition. Ex-historical society with a few blindstamps throughout, as well as some library shelf numbers in pencil. Both covers DETACHED but present, with the map attached to the rear cover. Heavy browning, chipping and tearing to the wrappers along the extremities, with some loss. Library notations to the front wrap. Minor soiling. Text block intact and solid, with some browning and minor scattered soiling. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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2 Gisborne, Thomas The Testimony of Natural Theology to Christianity
Philadelphia M. Thomas, Publisher 1818 no Hard Cover Good Ex-Library 
Printed paper covered boards. iv, 269 pp. A work advocating for scriptural geology and arguing against the trend at that time to move geology away from the scripture and its teachings. With discussion of volcanoes and earthquakes, both in general terms and specific locations. Thomas Gisborne was and Anglican priest who fought for abolition in England, as well as being a noted scriptural geologist. GOOD condition, ex-theological institution library. Spine label, interior pastedowns, markings and stamping present. Heavy chipping, splitting and flaking to the spine, with loss of paper. Covers splitting along the hinges, being somewhat tenuously attached. Large dampstains to both covers, with spotting, foxing and soiling present. Extremities bumped and scuffed. Minor scattered foxing in the interior, heavy to the endpapers. 
Price: 55.00 USD
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3 Stewart, J.S. Steveville Oil and Gas Field, Alberta (Summary Account). Geological Survey Paper 41-10. Canada Department of Mines and Resources Mines and Geology Branch
Ottawa, ON, Canada Edmond Cloutier, Printer 1941 no Wraps Very Good 
Printed wraps, with a separate fold out map, all housed in a printed envelope. 16 pages. A short, technical report describing the geology of the Steveville, Alberta area oil and gas fields, reporting on estimated barrels a day, lithology, etc. Map depicts locations of various wells. VERY GOOD condition. Minor toning to the report. Envelope toned, soiled and worn. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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