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by Rowe, Dwayne W.; Sisson, Hal C. Narrated by Harold Roberts. Adult Non-Fiction. Audiobook. 4:30 hours. 971.2 Sis.
Title
Coots, codgers and curmudgeons
Author
Rowe, Dwayne W.
Sisson, Hal C.
Narrator
Harold Roberts
Media
Audiobook
Cassettes / Disks
4
Time
4:30 hours
Genre
Adult Non-Fiction
Subject
Canada, Western--Social life and customs--Humour.
Canadian wit and humour (English).
Abstract
This collection of humorous anecdotes and tall tales grew out of the authors' experiences in Alberta. They practised law together in Peace River during the 1960s and Hal Sisson went on to produce a burlesque-vaudeville show called "Sorry 'Bout That" for 25 years.
Call No.
971.2 Sis
ISBN
1-55143-012-6
Accession No.
1995084
Member Library Holdings
BPL c.3 8/95 - PLI
NW c.8 11/95
Publisher
Victoria, B.C.: Orca Books, 1994
Producer
LSB 95-2
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Dead silence : the greatest mystery in Arctic discovery

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by Beattie, Owen; Geiger, John. Narrated by Bryon Johnsen. Adult Non-Fiction. Audiobook. 6:00 hours. 917.194 Gei.
Title
Dead silence : the greatest mystery in Arctic discovery
Author
Beattie, Owen
Geiger, John
Narrator
Bryon Johnsen
Media
Audiobook
Cassettes / Disks
5
Time
6:00 hours
Genre
Adult Non-Fiction
Subject
Archaeological expeditions--Canada, Northern.
Arctic regions--Discovery and exploration--British.
Great Britain--Exploring expeditions.
Knight, James, d. 1720?
Abstract
Victoria-born Beattie again co-authors with John Geiger producing this archaeological detective story. In 1719 James Knight sailed into Hudson Bay in a search for the northwest passage. Three centuries later his two boats are discovered by Beattie and Geiger in this haunting re-creation of events.
Call No.
917.194 Gei
ISBN
0-670-84318-0
Accession No.
1995030
Member Library Holdings
PLI c.3 8/95
Publisher
Toronto : Penguin Books, 1993.
Producer
LSB 95-2
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Faultlines : struggling for a Canadian vision.

https://audiobooks.interlinklibraries.ca/permalink/audiobook6463
by Simpson, Jeffrey. Narrated by Richard Nazarewich. Adult Non-Fiction. Audiobook. 15:35 hours. 971.064 Sim.
Title
Faultlines : struggling for a Canadian vision.
Author
Simpson, Jeffrey
Narrator
Richard Nazarewich
Media
Audiobook
Cassettes / Disks
12
Time
15:35 hours
Genre
Adult Non-Fiction
Subject
Canada--Politics and government--1985-- .
Abstract
By outlining the ideas and personalities of eight Canadians who helped shape public debate during the late 1980s and early 1990s, Simpson illustrates faultlines that run through Canadian political and economic unity. Among those eight are Preston Manning, Clyde Wells, Lucien Bouchard and George Erasmus.
Call No.
971.064 Sim
ISBN
0-002-15795-0
Accession No.
1995037
Member Library Holdings
BPL c.3 8/95 - PLI
Publisher
Toronto: HarperCollins, c1993
Producer
LSB 95-2
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by Murray, Peter. Narrated by Richard Nazarewich. Adult Non-Fiction. Audiobook. 6:45 hours. 971.1 Mur.
Title
Homesteads and snug harbours
Author
Murray, Peter
Narrator
Richard Nazarewich
Media
Audiobook
Cassettes / Disks
6
Time
6:45 hours
Genre
Adult Non-Fiction
Subject
Gulf Islands (B.C.)--History.
Abstract
This is a folksy history of the Gulf Islands, off the British Columbia coast. It also includes a section on the rowboats, sidewheelers and ferries that have served islanders over the years.
Call No.
971.1 Mur
ISBN
0-920663-14-1
Accession No.
1995023
Member Library Holdings
BPL c.3 8/95 - PLI
NW c.7 11/95
Publisher
Ganges, B.C.: Horsdal & Schubart, 1991
Producer
LSB 95-2
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by Bowen, Lynne. Narrated by Robert Adams. Adult Non-Fiction. Audiobook. 8:45 hours. 971.242 Bow.
Title
Muddling through
Author
Bowen, Lynne
Narrator
Robert Adams
Media
Audiobook
Cassettes / Disks
7
Time
8:45 hours
Genre
Adult Non-Fiction
Subject
Agricultural colonies--Prairie Provinces--History.
Barr Colony (Alta. and Sask.)
Barr, Isaac Montgomery, 1847?--1937.
Prairie Provinces--Colonization--History.
Abstract
As an historian and granddaughter of Barr colonists, Bowen recounts the adventures of 2000 middle-class British citizens who followed the charismatic but inept Anglican minister Isaac Barr to settle 200 miles from Saskatoon in 1903. Most were unprepared for the harsh Prairie climate and theirs is a story of struggle.
Call No.
971.242 Bow
ISBN
1-55054-053-X
Accession No.
1995071
Member Library Holdings
BPL c.3 8/95 - PLI
Publisher
Vancouver : Douglas & McIntyre, c1992.
Producer
LSB 95-2
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by Brennan, T. Ann. Narrated by Barbara Karmazyn. Adult Non-Fiction. Audiobook. 7:25 hours. 971.9 Bre.
Title
The real Klondike Kate
Author
Brennan, T. Ann
Narrator
Barbara Karmazyn
Media
Audiobook
Cassettes / Disks
6
Time
7:25 hours
Genre
Adult Non-Fiction
Subject
Klondike River Valley (Yukon)--Gold discoveries.
Pioneers--Yukon Territory--Klondike River Valley--Biography.
Ryan, Kate, 1869--1932.
Women pioneers--Yukon Territory--Klondike River Valley--Biography.
Abstract
According to the author the real Klondike Kate was not the boisterous dance hall queen of legend, but a young woman from New Brunswick named Katherine Ryan. She was adventurous for her time. She walked into the North over the rugged Stikine Trail and was an early suffragette who became an important political figure in the North.
Call No.
971.9 Bre
ISBN
0-86492-134-9
Accession No.
1995024
Member Library Holdings
BPL c.3 8/95 - PLI
Publisher
Fredericton, N.B.: Goose Lane Editions, 1990
Producer
LSB 95-2
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