Bibliography of Publications
• Part XII - MacDonald to Murray

Mac Donald, Laura M. 2005. The Curse of the Narrows. Walker & Company, New York City, New York, ISBN 0-8027-1458-7, 356 pp.

MacGillivray, Kenneth. 1951. The Day Halifax Blew Up. Maclean's Magazine, Toronto, Ontario, A Maclean's Flashback, Vol. 64, No. 9, May 1, pp. 18-19, 47 (cols. 1-2)-48 (cols. 3-4), 50 (col. 3).

MacGillivray, Kenneth. 2000. The Day Halifax Blew Up. in Michael Benedict, editor. In the Face of Disaster: True Stories of Canadian Heroes from the Archives of Maclean's, Penguin Books, Toronto, Ontario, pp.; pp. 242-253.

MacKeen, J.C. 1967. Recollections of the Great Halifax Explosion Fifty Years After. Typed manuscript, Library, Public Archives of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 9 pp.

MacKeen, Col. J[ohn]. C[rerar]. c.1967. The Halifax Explosion An Eyewitness Account. Nova Scotia Light and Power Company, Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia, "The twelfth in a series of pamphlets containing addresses or articles by senior officers of this Company upon matters of public interest", "Reprinted, with permission, from the Special Issue of The Halifax Chroniee[sic] Herald and Mail Star which commemorated the 50th anniversary of the explosion of December 6, 1917.", 13 pp.
J.H.M. [J. Hugh MacLennan]. 1938. Concussion. Lower Canada College Magazine, Lower Canada College, Montréal, Québec, 34th year, No. 2, June, Literary Efforts, Masters' Section, pp. 27-30.

MacLennan, Hugh. 1941. Barometer Rising A Novel of Halifax in War Time. Duell, Sloan and Pearce, New York City, New York, McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, Ontario, October 2, first edition, card cover, 326 pp.; paperback version also published in 1941 with the same coloured image of the Explosion on the cover as on the dust jacket of the first edition in card cover, A Collins White Circle Pocket Novel, 25¢, "As Exciting a Novel as may Safely be Published. ... A Novel of Literally Unendurable Suspense.", William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd., Toronto, Ontario, 256 pp.

MacLennan, Hugh. 1959. Portrait of a City. in Will R. Bird, editor, Atlantic Anthology. McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, Ontario, pp.; pp. 230-235.

MacLennan, Hugh. c.1961. On Living in a Cold Country. Unpublished essay, first published in Elspeth Cameron, Editor. 1978. The Other Side of Hugh MacLennan. The Macmillan Company of Canada Limited, Toronto, Ontario, ISBN 0-7705-1716-1, 301 pp., essay pp. 205-213; p. 208.

MacLennan, Hugh. 1966. les temps tournera au beau. Translated by Jean Simard, H.M.H., Montréal, Québec, 295 pp.

MacLeod, Ken and Leslie Reid. 19 . The Halifax Explosion and Going to Siberia. Cape Breton's Magazine, Wreck Cove, Nova Scotia, Issue No. 34, pp. 7-12.

MacLeod, Malcolm. 1981. Helping, Unheeded Newfoundland's relief effort and the historiography of the great Halifax explosion, 1917. The Newfoundland Quarterly, St. John's, Newfoundland, Issue 77, Spring, pp. 20-21; addendum, Issue 78, Summer-Fall, p. 12.

MacLeod, Malcolm. 1982. Helping Unheeded: Newfoundland's Relief Effort and the Historiography of the Halifax Explosion, 1917. Nova Scotia Historical Review, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 65-68.

MacLeod, Malcolm. 1994. Searching the Wreckage for Signs of Region: Newfoundland and the Halifax Harbour Explosion. in Alan Ruffman and Colin D. Howell, co-editors, GROUND ZERO: A Reassessment of the 1917 Explosion in Halifax Harbour, Canada's Most Tragic Disaster. Proceedings of the conference: The 1917 Explosion: Collision in Halifax Harbour and Its Consequences, December 3-6, 1992, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Co-published by Nimbus Publishing Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia and The Gorsebrook Research Institute for Atlantic Canada Studies, Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, ISBN 1-55109-095-3, November, 484 pp.; pp. 207-218, endnotes pp. 448-450.

MacMechan, Archibald [McKellar]. 1918. Dalhousie Professor's Description. in Stanley K. Smith, compiler. Heart Throbs of the Halifax Horror, Gerald E. Weir, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 120 pp.; Chapter VIII, Pen Pictures, pp. 85-87, 89, 91-92, 95.

MacMechan, Archibald. 1978. The Halifax Disaster. in Graham Metson, compiler and editor. The Halifax Explosion December 6, 1917 Including the complete text of The Halifax Disaster by Archibald MacMechan. McGraw-Hill Ryerson Ltd., Toronto, Ontario, ISBN 0-07-082798-2 (soft cover), 0-07-082797-4 (hard cover), 173 pp.; pp. 11-75.

MacNeil, Robert. 1992. Burden of Desire. Doubleday, Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group Inc., New York City, New York, ISBN 0-385-42019-6, 467 pp.; reprinted 1998, Harvest Books.

MacNeil, Robert. 1994. Creating Fiction Out of Fact. in Alan Ruffman and Colin D. Howell, co-editors, GROUND ZERO: A Reassessment of the 1917 Explosion in Halifax Harbour, Canada's Most Tragic Disaster. Proceedings of the conference: The 1917 Explosion: Collision in Halifax Harbour and Its Consequences, December 3-6, 1992, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Co-published by Nimbus Publishing Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia and The Gorsebrook Research Institute for Atlantic Canada Studies, Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, ISBN 1-55109-095-3, November, 484 pp.; pp. 123-137.

MacPhail, Sir Andrew. 1925. The Medical Services. in Official History of the Canadian Forces in the Great War, 1914-19. King's Printer, Ottawa, Ontario, Vol. XXIV, pp.; pp. 327-329.

Mahar, James G. and Rowena Mahar. 1998. too many to Mourn: One Family's Tragedy in the Halifax Explosion. Nimbus Publishing Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia, ISBN 1-55109-240-9, 214 pp.

Marchant, Valerie. 1992. The Morning that Halifax was Blown to Smithereens. in The Old Farmer's Almanac, , , pp. 76-79.

Marshall, Dianne. 2003. George's Island The Keep of Halifax Harbour. Nimbus Publishing Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia, ISBN 1-55109-475-4, 191 pp.; Part Three, Tales both Real and Imagined; Halifax Explosion, pp. 155-160.

Marsters, Roger. 2002. Shipwreck Treasures: Disaster and Discovery on Canada's East Coast. Formac Publishing Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia, pp.; pp. 94-99.

Martin, John Patrick. 1957. The Story of Dartmouth. Foreward by Thomas H. Raddall, June 28, pp. [5]-[6], Privately published, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, August 17, 551 pp.; Part I Dartmouth from the Harbour, photographs, pp. 62 and 64; Joseph Howe Home at "Fairfield", p. 67; Turtle Grove, p. 70; Disaster ends Indian Reservation, p. 71; The Harbor Explosion Calamity, p. 71; photograph 'Christmas sight of 1917 at North Dartmouth ...', Walter J. Meredith, p. 72; Part V Dartmouth from 1900 Onward, pp. 515-525 and 527-529.

Mason, Tom. 2001. Tracing the Halifax Explosion. Saltscapes, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, November-December, pp. 36-40.

Massachusetts-Halifax Health Commission. 1932. Final Report of the Massachusetts-Halifax Health Commission with Appendices: October 1919 to October 1929. The Commission, Boston, Massachusetts, pp.

Matheson, Daniel M. c.1917. December sixth, 1917. Poem, privately published, Halifax, Nova Scotia, pamphlet, 1 p.

Matheson, Daniel M. c.1917. An Elegy Written in Richmond. Privately published, Halifax, Nova Scotia, pamphlet, 7 pp.

Mayhew, Jaymes. 2000. The Halifax Explosion. Atlantic Connection, , , August-September, p.
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McCarron, Owen. undated [1999]. a graphic calendar of events: The December To Remember The Days leading up to the Halifax Explosion. Privately published, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 8.5 x 7 inches, 8 pp.; later reprinted on newsprint, 1999, Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Halifax, Nova Scotia, ≈ 13.5 x 9.5 inches, 8 pp.

McCarron, Owen, writer and illustrator. 2001. Requiem ... for a December Morn Long Ago. The Chronicle Herald, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Vol. , No. , Thursday, December 6, p. B1.

McCarron, Owen, writer and illustrator, Blaise Burns, 'narrator'. 2002. A Tribute to the Halifax Fire Department on the 85th. Anniversary of the Halifax Explosion An Historical Docu-comic. Privately published, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 8.5 x 7 inches, 8 pp.; reprinted 2000?, The Chronicle Herald, Vol. , No. , Friday, December 6, p.
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McCarron, Owen. 2002. Who was to blame: the Halifax Explosion inquiry. , , , pp.

McCarron, Owen, writer and illustrator. 2004. Remembering the Halifax Explosion - December 6, 1917. While disasters often bring out the best in people ... they can also bring out the worst. The Halifax Police Department and the Halifax Explosion. The Chronicle Herald, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Vol. , No. , Monday, December 6, insert, 4 pp.

McCarron, Owen, writer and illustrator. 2005. Remembering the Halifax Explosion Thursday, December 6th., 1917 ... a day of death and destruction; a day of raw courage and heroism. The Role of the Royal Canadian Navy. The Chronicle Herald, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Vol. , No. , Tuesday, December 6, insert, pp. E5-E8.

McGuigan, Peter. 2005. The Impact of the Halifax Explosion on the South End. The Southender, , Nova Scotia, February, p. .

McGuigan, Peter. 2007. Historic South End Halifax. Nimbus Publishing Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Images of Our Past series, ISBN 13:978-1-55109-602-5, 182 pp.; Spring Garden Road, p. 53; The military and the South End, p. 134; Hospital and Universities, p. 159.

McKay, Sharon E. 2001. Penelope: Book One Terror in the Harbour. Penguin Group (Canada), Toronto, Ontario, Our Canadian Girl series, ISBN 0-14-100329-4, 67 pp.

McKay, Sharon E. 2002. Penelope: Book Two Terror in the Harbour. Penguin Group (Canada), Toronto, Ontario, Our Canadian Girl series, ISBN , pp.

McKelvey Bell, Lt. Col. F[rederick]. A.D.M.S. 1918. A Romance of the Halifax Disaster. The Royal Print & Litho Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia, H.H. Marshall, Limited, sole distributors, paper covers, unpaged; Text of novel pp. [1]-[64]; The Identified Dead A list of the identified dead as compiled and corrected up to January 1st, 1918, alphabetically arranged, with former addresses., pp. [65]-[91]; Details That May Assist in Identifying Hundreds of Unclaimed Bodies Which Have Been Interred. pp. [92]-[112]; [120] pp. in toto; Plan of the City of Halifax. "The devastated section is shown in red on this map and is known as the Richmond section." The Halifax Board of Trade, March 1, 1918, 38.0 x 40.0 cm folded sheet, scale approx. 1:3,500, tipped-in on inside rear paper cover.

McMurray, Dorothy. 1974. Four principals of McGill: a memoir 1929-1963. The Graduates' Society of McGill University, Montréal, Québec, 73 pp.; pp. - .

McPherson, Kathryn M[ae]. 1982. Nurses and Nursing in Early Twentieth-Century Halifax. Unpublished M.A. thesis, Department of History, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 126 pp.; pp. 86-88.

Metson, Graham, compiler and editor. 1978. The Halifax Explosion December 6, 1917 Including the complete text of The Halifax Disaster by Archibald MacMechan. McGraw-Hill Ryerson Ltd., Toronto, Ontario, ISBN 0-07-082798-2 (soft cover), 0-07-082797-4 (hard cover), 173 pp.; map, p. 10; The Halifax Disaster, pp. 11-75; Interim Report of Mortuary Committee, Halifax Relief, February 4, 1918, pp. 121-122; Some Notes on the Halifax Explosion by Howard L. Bronson, pp. 129-133; Report on the Halifax Expedition December 6 to 15, 1917. by Hon. A.C. Ratshesky, Commissioner-in-Charge to Samuel Walker McCall Governor of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. pp. 136-146; The Hydrostone Neighbourhood. by Ernest Clarke, pp. 169-170; Chronology, pp. 171-172.

Mildon, Catherine M. 2006. Exploding Identity: A Saga of the Halifax Explosion. Trafford Publishing, Victoria, British Columbia, ISBN-10: 1412072395; ISBN-13: 978-1412072397, 218 pp.

Miller, Janice Walton. 1980. Halifax, Nova Scotia: the effects of disaster on urban morphology. Unpublished M.S. thesis, Brigham Young University, Salt Lake City, Utah, 101 pp.

Miller, Janice H. 1994. Halifax, Nova Scotia: A Study of the Effects of Disaster on Urban Morphology. in Alan Ruffman and Colin D. Howell, co-editors, GROUND ZERO: A Reassessment of the 1917 Explosion in Halifax Harbour, Canada's Most Tragic Disaster. Proceedings of the conference: The 1917 Explosion: Collision in Halifax Harbour and Its Consequences, December 3-6, 1992, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Co-published by Nimbus Publishing Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia and The Gorsebrook Research Institute for Atlantic Canada Studies, Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, ISBN 1-55109-095-3, November, 484 pp.; pp. 409-420, endnotes pp. 483-484.

Millington, Elsie Purcell. 2000. Purcell's Cove: The Little Place That Helped Build Halifax City. S. Millington, Victoria, British Columbia, pp.; pp. 23-25.

Moir, Robert Gordon. 1995. Dunning, Dundee & Dartmouth: A Moir Story. Privately published, 87 pp.; pp. 54-57.

Monnon, Mary Ann. 1977. Miracles and Mysteries: The Halifax Explosion December 6, 1917. Lancelot Press Limited, Hantsport, Nova Scotia, ISBN 0-88999-071-9, 144 pp.; reprinted, June, 1980, January, 1983, September, 1984, January, 1986.

Moore, D.R. 19??. History of H.M.C. Dockyard, Halifax, N.S. , , Nova Scotia, pp.; pp. 58-61.

Morton, Ralph Kelly. 1986. Behind the Headlines! From Moose River to Shangri-la. Nimbus Publishing Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia, pp.; pp. 15-17.

Morton, Suzanne. 1994. "Never Handmaidens": The Victorian Order of Nurses and the Massachusetts-Halifax Health Commission. in Alan Ruffman and Colin D. Howell, co-editors, GROUND ZERO: A Reassessment of the 1917 Explosion in Halifax Harbour, Canada's Most Tragic Disaster. Proceedings of the conference: The 1917 Explosion: Collision in Halifax Harbour and Its Consequences, December 3-6, 1992, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Co-published by Nimbus Publishing Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia and The Gorsebrook Research Institute for Atlantic Canada Studies, Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, ISBN 1-55109-095-3, November, 484 pp.; pp. 195-205, endnotes pp. 445-448.

Muir, Paddy. 1991. Love from Katie. James-Stonehouse, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, pp.

Murray, T. J[ock]. 1994. Medical Aspects of the Disaster: The Missing Report of Dr. David Fraser Harris. in Alan Ruffman and Colin D. Howell, co-editors, GROUND ZERO: A Reassessment of the 1917 Explosion in Halifax Harbour, Canada's Most Tragic Disaster. Proceedings of the conference: The 1917 Explosion: Collision in Halifax Harbour and Its Consequences, December 3-6, 1992, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Co-published by Nimbus Publishing Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia and The Gorsebrook Research Institute for Atlantic Canada Studies, Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, ISBN 1-55109-095-3, November, 484 pp.; pp. 229-244, endnotes p. 451.

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