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Canadian Literature

The Dutch Officer's Story

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The Dutch Officer's Story is written by Catherine Crowe. 'You know,' said he, 'yesterday I was field officer of the day; and when I was going my rounds last night, I happened to ask my orderly, who was assisting to put on my sash, what men we had told off for the guard.

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The Peace of Roaring River

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A wholesome novel involving the experiences of an underpaid working girl of New York who finds romance and refuge in the Canadian North. A fascinating human story of love and daring, by an author who has already established himself among the writers of real literature.

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Le Chien d'Or

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Le Chien d'Or is written by William Kirby. "A powerful romance of love, intrigue, and adventure in the time of Louis XV, and Mme. de Pompadour, when the French colonies were making their great struggle to retain for an ungrateful court the fairest jewels in the colonial diadem of France."

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In the Heart of Old Canada

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In the Heart of Old Canada is written by William Wood. A country, like a man, is a triunion of body, soul and spirit. Everyone knows Canada as a giant body for all the world to wonder at. But how many know her as the home of an infinitely greater soul and spirit, the inspiration of all who heed her best appeal?

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The Cattle-Baron's Daughter

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The Cattle-Baron's Daughter is written by Harold Bindloss. Life in the western cattle country in the early '70's, when the "Homesteaders" were beginning to appropriate the government iands so long used as grazing country by the rich cattle raisers.

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Famous Firesides of French Canada

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Famous Firesides of French Canada is written by Mary Wilson Alloway. We have tried to recall the days when, by these firesides, we re rocked the cradles of those who helped to make Canadian history, and to render more familiar the names and deeds of the great men, French, English and American, upon whose valour and wisdom such mighty issues depended.

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The Girl From Keller's

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The Girl From Keller's is written by Harold Bindloss. In this vital story of pioneer grit conquering the wilderness, Harold Bindloss has excelled his previous novels of the Northwest. He tells of swift action, and alert men and women turning success into failure in the bracing atmosphere of the Great Northwest.

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Honor Edgeworth

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Honor Edgeworth is written by Vera. In Honor Edgeworth the sole and sincere motive of the authoress has been to hold up to the mass the little picture of society, in one of its most marked phases, that she has sketched, as she watched its freaks and caprices from behind the scenes.

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Seeds of Pine

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Seeds of Pine is written by Janey Canuck. A mirror held up to Western life and reflecting much of character, action and incident.

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Wild Animals I Have Known

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Wild Animals I Have Known is written by Ernest Thompson Seton. Tells the histories of such wild creatures as a wolf, a fox, a molly ottontail and others.

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