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Bibliography of Canadian Bibliographies

Bibliography of Canadian Bibliographies

Editor and Compiler Ernie Ingles
Principal Researcher and Compiler Gordon R. Adshead
Donna Brockmeyer-Klebaum
Sue Fisher
Suzanna Loeppky
Copyright Date: 1994
Pages: 1178
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    Bibliography of Canadian Bibliographies
    Book Description:

    Completely revised and updated with over 7300 entries - a standard Canadian reference work.

    eISBN: 978-1-4426-7140-9
    Subjects: Language & Literature

Table of Contents

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  1. Front Matter
    (pp. i-iv)
  2. Table of Contents
    (pp. v-vi)
  3. Introduction
    (pp. vii-xx)
    E. Ingles

    The currentBibliography of Canadian Bibliographies/Bibliographie des bibliographies canadiennes (BCB:3)is a work in progress – a work with honourable antecedents, and a work in need of ongoing attention as scholars continue to require bibliographic awareness of the sources available for Canadian studies.

    Progress began in the academic years of 1929 and 1930 when bibliography classes at McGill University Library School, under the direction of Marion Higgins, listed some 550 relevant items (BCB). These were arranged under 31 broad subjects (themselves alphabetically arranged) and, within each category, entries were ordered alphabetically by compiler or corporate body. This work was recognized...

  4. Table des Matières
    (pp. xxi-xxii)
  5. Introduction
    (pp. xxiii-xxxviii)
    E. Ingles

    La présenteBibliographie des bibliographies canadiennes/Bibliography of Canadian Bibliographies (BCB:3)est un ouvrage en cours de réalisation, un ouvrage aux antécédents honorables et qui requiert une mise à jour soutenue, étant donné que les chercheurs ont toujours besoin de se tenir au courant des sources bibliographiques qui sont disponibles pour les etudes canadiennes.

    Le travail a commencé avec les cours de bibliographie de 1929 et 1930, à la McGill University Library School, alors qu’on dressait, sous la direction de Marion Higgins, la liste de quelque 550 ouvrages pertinents (BCB), qu’on répartissait sous 31 rubriques générales (ces dernières rangées par ordre...

  6. Symbols of Canadian Libraries
    (pp. xxxix-xlvi)
  7. General/Canada
    (pp. 1-17)
  8. Area Bibliographies

  9. Arts and Humanities

  10. Social Sciences

  11. Sciences and Applied Sciences

  12. Types of Material Bibliographies

  13. Catalogues/Collections
    (pp. 579-586)
  14. Individuals
    (pp. 587-624)