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eBook Fire in the Blood: A History of British Columbia and Alberta Foundries ePub

by Henry Bromley

  • ISBN: 0969884508
  • Category: Americas
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Henry Bromley
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Asterisk Communications; 1st edition (1995)
  • Pages: 192
  • ePub book: 1942 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1233 kb
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Fire In The Blood book. Fire In The Blood: A History Of Foundries In British Columbia And Alberta.

pp. 192, Signed by the author on title page.

Select Format: Paperback. pp. ISBN13:9780969884507. Release Date:January 1995.

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University of British Columbia Press. Edmonton: Reidmore Books, 1987. Patterns of Prejudice: A History of Nativism in Alberta. McClelland and Stewart, 1982. ISBN 978-0-7748-0877-4. McClintock, Walter (1910). 373 pp. Finkel, Alvin. Riding to the Rescue: The Transformation of the RCMP in Alberta and Saskatchewan, 1914-1939. Stephen Harper and the Future of Canada (2006). Policing the Wild North-West: A Sociological Study of the Provincial Police in Alberta and Saskatchewan, 1905-32 (2007) online. Mardon, Ernest, and Austin Mardon. Alberta Election Results 1882–1992.

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British Columbia: A Natural History (Vancouver: Greystone Books 1996). Davis, Chuck, ed. The Greater Vancouver Book: An Urban Encyclopedia. Children, Teachers and Schools in the History of British Columbia. Day, J. and Richard Stace-Smith, eds. British Columbia Land For Wildlife: Past, Present, Future (Victoria: Ministry of Environment, Fish and Wildlife Branch, 1982). Geography of British Columbia: People and Landscapes in Transition (U. of British Columbia Press, 2000).

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pp. 192, Signed by the author on title page