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In this lavishly illustrated book, David McLennan guides us on an alphabetical tour of more than 700 Saskatchewan cities, towns and villages. The result of many years of travel throughout the province, 'Our Towns' is meticulously researched and beautifully illustrated with stunning, previously unpublished historical and contemporary photographs. This book is a truly unique reflection of the province's history and people.
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David McLennan was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and raised in Regina, Saskatchewan. He graduated from the University of Regina's School of Journalism in 2003 with Great Distinction, earning the James M. Minifie Award as the School's most outstanding graduate. His writings and photographs have been published in numerous newspapers and magazines. He was a major contributor to the 'Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan'; and with the Canadian Plains Research Center he has been involved in the production of many books relating to the Canadian Plains.
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Book Description Canadian Plains Research Center, 2008. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. 9.75" x 9.75". xi, 468 pp. A "tour of 725 Saskatchewan communities". More than 1000 colour and b&w photos. This book weighs 1.8 kg, extra postage may be requested. Seller Inventory # 016927
Book Description Canadian Plains Research Center 978-0-88977-209-0, Regina. [978-0-88977-209-0] 2008. (Mass market paperback) Near fine. 468pp. Gift inscription from the author. Signed. "In this lavishly illustrated book, author David McLennan guides us on an alphabetical tour of 725 Saskatchewan communities. Our Towns: Saskatchewan Communities from Abbey to Zeon Park is the result of many years of travel throughout the province. Meticulously researched, and illustrated with more than 1,000 stunning, previously unpublished photographs (both historical and contemporary), Our Towns is a truly unique reflection of the province’s history and people.". Seller Inventory # 113105
Book Description Canadian Plains Research Center, University of Regina, Regina, SK, Canada, 2008. Soft cover. Condition: Near Fine. [xi], 486pp w appendix. Illustrated w bw and colour photos. Photo illustrated wrapper is clean showing slight shelf wear. Binding square and not creased. Additional shipping may be required - 25 x 25cm. Seller Inventory # 039647