maps, b&w photographs. Bound in dark green boards w/ bright silver lettering & design. Oblong 4to, pp. xii, 343. Very faint spotting to page edges, inscription to front free endpaper with no other notes or markings; good+. ISBN 0889255075.
maps, b&w photos. Near fine cond. in sl. creased & scuffed; else vg/nf dust jacket. Oblong 4to, pp. xii, 343. Laid in loose is a stapled pamphlet of the Gretna Centennial Homecoming, July 23 & 24, 1983. ISBN 0889255075.
FINE/Very Good First Edition. Crisp, clean, tight, unmarked. This is a higher quality book, quite scarce, in spectacular condition. A few short edge tears along bottom edge of DJ. 8.75" x 11.25", 342 pages, maps, many historical photos. 100 year local history of Gretna, Manitoba-on the boundary between Canada and the United States. At one time, one of the most important railway junctions of the Northwest, Gretna has faced fires, flooding of the Red River, smallpox epidemics, wars and depressions, scandals and religious controversies, but throughout it all, the Gretna 'spirit' saw its citizens though the tough times.
[0-88925-507-5] 1987. (Oblong 4to hardcover) Fine in fine dust jacket. 343pp. Illustrated endpapers, photographs, illustrations, maps, appendices, notes, bibliography. There is a previous owner's inscription. Locale: Gretna--Manitoba; Manitoba; Prairie Provinces; Western Canada. (Manitoba, Local History--Manitoba)
Village of Gretna History Committee, Gretna, Man.
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