Bibliography of Publications
• Part XVI - Scanlon to Sweeney
Scanlon, T. Joseph. 1988. Disaster's Little Known Pioneer - Canada's Samuel Henry Prince. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, , , Vol. 6, No. 3, November, pp. 213-232.

Scanlon, Joseph and Gillian Osborne. 1994. More Source than Influence: Johnstone's Contribution to Prince's Dissertation. 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. 69-84, endnotes pp. 432-435.
Scanlon, T. Joseph (2002) “Rewriting a Living Legend: Researching the 1917 Halifax Explosion” Methods of Disaster Research Xlibris Corporation pp: 26-302
 
Scanlon, Joseph (1994) “EMS in Halifax after the 6 December 1917 Explosion: Testing Quarantelli’s Theories with Historical Data” Russell R. Dynes and Kathleen J. Tierney, ed. Disasters, Collective Behavior and Social Organization Newark: University of Delaware pp. 99-114
 
Scanlon, Joseph with Gillian Osborne (1994) “More Source than Influence: Johnstone’s Contribution to Prince’s Dissertation” Alan Ruffman and Colin D. Howell Ground Zero A Reassessment of the 1917 Explosion in Halifax Harbour Nimbus Publishing Ltd. and Halifax: Gorsebrook Institute for Atlantic Studies at St. Mary’s University pp. 69-84
 
Scanlon, Joseph (2007) The Medical Response to the 1917 Halifax Explosion Halifax: National Forum on Emergency Preparedness and Response
Scanlon, Joseph (1999) “Myths of Male and Military Superiority: Fictional Accounts of the 1917 Halifax Explosion” English Studies in Canada Vol. 24 pp. 1001-1025
 
Scanlon, T. Joseph and Handmer, John (2001) “The Halifax Explosion and the Port Arthur Massacre: Testing Samuel Henry Prince’s Ideas” Mass Emergencies and Disasters Vol. 19 No. 2 pp. 181-208
 
Scanlon, Joseph (2000) “Source of Threat and Source of Assistance: The Maritime Aspects of the 1917 Halifax Explosion” The Northern Mariner Vol.  X No. 4 (October) pp: 39-50
 
Scanlon, Joseph (1988) “Dealing with mass death after a community catastrophe: handling bodies after the 1917 Halifax explosion” Disaster Prevention and Management Vol. 7 No. 4 pp. 288-304
 
Scanlon, T. Joseph (1997) “Rewriting a Living Legend: Researching the 1917 Halifax Explosion” International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters Vol. 15 No. 1 pp. 147-178
 
Scanlon, Joseph and Gillian Osborne (1992) “The Man Who Helped Sammy Prince Write: Dwight Johnstone and the Halifax Explosion” International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters Vol. 10 No. 1 March pp. 189-206
 
Scanlon, T. Joseph (1988) “Disaster’s Little Known Pioneer: Canada’s Samuel Henry Prince” International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters Vol. 6 No. 3 pp.    213-232

Schmidt, René. 1985. Canadian Disasters. Scholastic Canada Ltd., Richmond Hill, Ontario, ISBN 0-590-71525-9, 123 pp.; An Explosion as Big as a Nuclear Bomb. pp. 27-30.

Settle, M.A. c.1918. The Tradgedy[sic] of the Halifax Explosion [Dec. 6, 1917] a pitiable account by one of the victims. Privately published, Halifax(?), Nova Scotia, 8 pp.

Settle, Victor. 1994. Halifax Shipyards 1917-1978: An Historical Perspective. Unpublished M.A. thesis, Department of History, Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, pp.; pp. - .

Sheldon, Joseph. 1918. A Bolt from the Blue. Cox Bros. Co., Halifax, Nova Scotia, unpaged, [33] pp.
Sheppard, Tom. 1999. Historic Wolfville: Grand Pre and Countryside. , , Nova Scotia, ISBN , pp.; pp. 203-204.

Shutlak, Garry. 1994. A Vision of Regeneration: Reconstruction after the [Halifax Harbour] Explosion, 1917-21. 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. 421-426, endnotes p. 484.

[Shutlak, Garry, Philip L. Hartling and Lois Yorke]. 1999. Halifax and Its People: 1749-1999. Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management and Nimbus Publishing Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia, ISBN 1-55109-292-1, 174 pp; Introduction, Brian Cuthbertson, p. viii, col. 2; Chapter 3, Disasters, pp. 54-56, 3 plates.

Simpson, D.W. and Alan Ruffman. 1984. The Halifax Explosion - December 6, 1917 [Abstract]. Opening plenary address jointly presented to the combined meetings of the Canadian Geophysical Union and the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, May 29-June 1, Halifax, Nova Scotia, May 29, 1 p.

Simpson, David and Alan Ruffman. 1984. The Halifax, Nova Scotia, Explosion - December 6, 1917 [Abstract]. 56th Annual Meeting, Eastern Section, Seismological Society of America, October 10-12, St. Louis, Missouri, October 11, Earthquake Notes, July-September, Vol. 55, No. 3, Abstracts, p. 11.

Simpson, David and Alan Ruffman. 1994. Explosions, Bombs and Bumps: Scientific Aspects of the 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. 275-299, endnotes pp. 458-463.

Smith, David G. 1981. Reconstruction of the Richmond District. Typed manuscript, research paper, presented to Benevolent Funipendulous Society of Nova Scotia, April, Public Archives of Nova Scotia, Manuscript Group 27, Vol. 9, No. 8, 6 pp.

Smith, Stanley K. 1918a. Heart Throbs of the Halifax Horror; 60 Illustrations from actual photographs map of city, showing devastated area and list of dead. Gerald E. Weir, 223 Hollis Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia, [first edition]; black on white paper cover, half-page cover drawing signed by 'G.E.W.'; Descriptions that May Aid in Identification of Unclaimed Unidentified Bodies Which have been Interred. pp. 108-115.; between pp. 112-113, blue tear-out slip to be mailed in to obtain the February 28, 1918 'List of Over 1600 Identified Dead' and 'Map of City showing Devastated Area', rear cover blank, 120 pp., 61 plates.

Smith, Stanley K. 1918b. Heart Throbs of the Halifax Horror; 60 Illustrations from actual photographs map of city, showing devastated area and list of dead. Gerald E. Weir, 223 Hollis Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 'SECOND EDITION -- GERALD E. WEIR, HALIFAX and NEW YORK' noted at bottom of red on white paper cover, full-page unattributed front cover drawing of Arthur Lismer, printed price 75¢; Descriptions that May Aid in Identification of Unclaimed Unidentified Bodies Which have been Interred. pp. 108-115.; between pp. 112-113, blue tear-out slip to be mailed in to obtain the February 28, 1918 'List of Over 1600 Identified Dead' and 'Map of City showing Devastated Area', outside rear cover red on white advertisement for 'The Drama of a City illustrated with Eleven Drawings by Arthur Lismer ... Ready about May 20th Published in New York' ... 'Address Canadian Office - 12 Roy Building, Halifax, 120 pp., 61 plates, identical text, plates and advertisements of first edition.

Smith, Stanley K. 1918c. The Drama of a City, The Story of Stricken Halifax. Drawings by Arthur Lismer. Gerald E. Weir, New York City, New York, printed at 17-27 Vandewater St., New York City, pale green hard cover with orange lettering, 180 pp. (a reprint of Heart Throbs of the Halifax Horror with the photographs replaced by eleven drawings found on p. [2], following pp. 14 and 20, preceding pp. 43, and [55], following pp. 66 and 74, p. [78], following pp. 114 and 132, and preceding p. 145).

Smyth, Donna E. 1994. A Semiotic Blast. 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. 101-112, endnotes pp. 438-439.

Snider, Don. 1995. They Never Knew What Hit Them The Halifax Explosion. The Seniors' Advocate, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Vol. , No. , p. 3.

Snider, Don. 2003. Halifax Explosion Movie Set In Halifax Regional Municipality And Lunenburg. First Responder Magazine, , , September, pp. 6-7.

Stanley-Blackwell, Laurie C.C. 19??. Historic Antigonish: Town and Country. , , Nova Scotia, ISBN , pp.; p. 271.

Stephens, David E. 1981. Truro: A Railway Town. Lancelot Press Limited, Hantsport, Nova Scotia, ISBN 0-88999-157-X, 88 pp.; p. 71.

Soucoup, Dan. 1998. Edwardian Halifax: Postcard Glimpses of an Era, 1900-1920. Nimbus Publishing Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia, pp.; pp. 78-81.

Steedman, Ian. 1991. When the Bang Came. Up Front column, The Southender, Halifax, Nova Scotia, December, p. .

Sutherland, David. 1994. Halifax Harbour, December 6, 1917: Setting the Scene. 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. 3-8, endnotes pp. 427-428.

Sutow, M[ary]. Pauline Murphy. 1992. Worse Than War: The Halifax Explosion. Four East Publications, Tantallon, Nova Scotia, ISBN 0-920427-33-2, August, 42 pp.

Sweeney, James B. 1981. Disaster! Searches, Rescues, and Tragedies. David McKay Company, Inc., New York City, New York, ISBN 0-679-20954-9, 119 pp.; Chapter 13, Halifax Disaster, pp. 109-116.

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