Forest Life in Acadie. Sketches of Sport and Natural History in the Lower Provinces of the Canadian Dominion
HARDY, Captain Campbell
The second of two books by Hardy describes hunting in Nova Scotia and Newfoundland. The author was a well-known sportsman and artist who visited Acadia over a period of 15 years. His first book was published in 1855. Dr. Bernard Gilpin assisted him on descriptions of the game fish. In-depth discussion of natural history and some of the natives he encountered, including the Micmacs. O'Dea 751, notes on Nfld p. 261-282.
Publisher: D. Appleton
Edition: First American Edition
Date Published: 1869
Place Published: New York
Condition: Ex library-good
Dust Jacket: No
Jacket Condition: n/a
Details: 371 p. 23 cm. Colour chromolithographic frontispiece + 10 b&w plates. Green cloth hardcover. Rebacked with original spine reapplied. Library stamp on back of title page, mark on spine where number removed. Small chip in margin of final page. Foxing to first pages only.