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Douglas & McIntyre Publisher - 794 works / 156 ebooks

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  • North American Indian by Edward S. Curtis
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    Narrative of a journey to the shores of the Polar Sea, in the years 1819, 20, 21, and 22 by John Franklin
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    October ferry to Gabriola by Malcolm Lowry
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    Klee Wyck by Emily Carr
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    Growing pains by Emily Carr
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    Cadillac desert by Marc Reisner
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    Maps and dreams by Hugh Brody
    Up Close by Diane Swanson
    Roses Sing on New Snow by Paul Yee
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    The maestro by Tim Wynne-Jones
    Two Moons in August by Martha Brooks
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    Sea kayaking by John Dowd
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Authors

published most by this publisher
Tim Wynne-Jones, 13 books
Emily Carr, 12 books
Brian Doyle, 12 books
Celia Barker Lottridge, 8 books
Hilary Stewart, 7 books
Marie-Louise Gay, 7 books
Derek Hayes, 6 books
Will Ferguson, 6 books
W. D. Valgardson, 6 books
Hughes, Shirley, 6 books
Betty Waterton, 6 books
Ulli Steltzer, 6 books
Ann Blades, 6 books
Sarah Ellis, 6 books
George Woodcock, 5 books
Teddy Jam, 5 books
Daniel Poliquin, 5 books
Wallace, Ian, 5 books
Sean Rossiter, 5 books
Deborah Ellis, 5 books
Welwyn Wilton Katz, 5 books
Mark Zuehlke, 5 books
MacKay, Donald, 5 books
Douglas Coupland, 4 books
Doris Shadbolt, 4 books

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