Bibliography of Publications
• Part III - Cameron to Crowdis

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

Cameron, Elspeth. 1981. Hugh MacLennan: A Writer's Life. University of Toronto Press, Toronto, Ontario, pp.; Explosion recollections throughout the volume.

Campbell, Mark. 1997. Garden City Blossoms. East Coast Living, Metro Guide Publishing, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. - .

Carman, Kate. 1981. The Halifax Explosion. The Canadian Library Association, Ottawa, Ontario, Operation Literacy series, ISBN 0-88802-143-7, 17 pp.

Carsters, C.C. 1918. From the Ashes of Halifax. The Survey, , , Vol. XXXIX, No. 13, December 28 or 29, pp. 360-361.

Chambers, Rear-Admiral Bertram M. 1920. Halifax Explosion. Naval Review, , , Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 445-457.

Chapman, Harry. 1992. ... the Explosion, December 6, 1917 ... Dartmouth's Day of Anguish. Dartmouth Historical Association (formerly the Dartmouth Museum Society), Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, ISBN 0-9696646-0-5, 45 pp.

Chapman, Harry. 1993. Memories of a Day of Horrors: Dartmouth 1917. The Beaver, Canada's History Society, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Vol. 73, No. 4, August/September, pp. 35-39.

Chapman, Harry. 1995. 100 Candles Dartmouth Natal Day 1895-1995. Dartmouth Historical Association, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, ISBN 0-9696646-4-8, 64 pp.; p. 15, col. 1 (top and bottom).

Chapman, Harry. 1997. White Shirts with Blue Collars: Industry in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia 1785-1995. Dartmouth Historical Association, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, ISBN , pp.; pp. 59-62.

Chapman, Harry. 1999. The Halifax Explosion Still Remembered By Present-Day Generation. Days of Yesteryear columnist, The Seniors' Advocate, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, December, pp. 12-13.

Chapman, Harry. 2000. In the Wake of the Alderney Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, 1750-2000. Dartmouth Historical Association, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, ISBN 0-9696646-7-2, 562 pp.; Part V Ringing in a New Century, Chapter 15, Triumphs and Tragedies as the Twentieth Century Opens, pp. 163, 164; Chapter 18 The Harbour Explosion 1917, pp. 193-204; Chapter 19 Relief and Reconstruction, pp. 204-207; Part VI Between the Wars, Chapter 20 The Roaring Twenties, pp. 211, 213, 219 and 233; Part VII The War Years, Chapter 26 VE Day - An Orgy of Violence and Destruction, pp. 322-323; Chapter 27 A Night of Terror, pp. 329-330; Part IX The Swinging Sixties, Chapter 34 A City of Lakes, p. 410.

Chapman, Harry. 2003. Memorial Marker Lists Dartmouth Names of 1917 Explosion Victims. The Seniors' Advocate, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, November/December, pp. 13-14.

Chaulk, Bob. 2002. Time In A Bottle: Historic Halifax Harbour from the Bottom Up. Pottersfield Press, East Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia, pp.; pp. 127-128.

Choyce, Lesley. 1988. December Six/The Halifax Solution: An Alternative to Nuclear War. Pottersfield Press, Porter's Lake, Nova Scotia, ISBN 0-919001-45-9, 76 pp.

Christian Science War Relief Committee. 19 . Christian Science War Time Activities. Christian Science Publishing Society, Boston, Massachusetts, pp.

Clarke, Ernest. 1976. The Hydrostone Neighbourhood. in Nova Scotia Association of Architects, Editor, Exploring Halifax, Greey de Pencier, Toronto, Ontario, ISBN , pp.; pp. 56-61.

Clarke, Ernest. 1978. The Hydrostone Neighbourhood. 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, 173 pp.; pp. 169-170.

Clarke, Ernest. 1994. The Hydrostone Phoenix: Garden City Planning and the Reconstruction of Halifax, 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. 389-408, endnotes pp. 480-483.

Connelly, Pearl. 1968. The Bicentennial of the Halifax Fire Department 1768-1968: 200 Years of Firefighting. McCurdy Print, Halifax, Nova Scotia, pp.; pp. 22-26.

Conway, Michael. 2003. Halifax Explosion story to be retold. The Southender, Halifax, Nova Scotia, October, pp. 8, 15 and 20.

Cornall, James. 1998. Halifax South End. Arcadia Publishing, imprint of Tempus Publishing, Inc.,

Charleston, South Carolina, Images of Canada series, ISBN 0-7524-1350-3, 96 pp.; Chapter One Panoramas, p. 14; Chapter Three Government and Commercial Buildings, p. 36; Chapter Eight Events, pp. 82-83.

Cornell, James. 1976. The Great International Disaster Book. Charles Scribner's Sons, New York City, New York, pp.; pp. 229-231.

Creighton, Helen, compiler and Kenneth Peacock, musical transcriber. 1961. Maritime Folk Songs. Ryerson Press, Toronto, Ontario, pp.; The Halifax Explosion, pp. 208-209.

Creighton, Helen. 1975. Helen Creighton: A Life in Folklore. McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Toronto, Ontario, pp.; pp. 24-28.

Crocker, Brian C. 1977. EXPLOSION: a chronicle of Halifax on December 6, 1917. unpublished manuscript, 'presented by the Seaweed Theatre Company in a staged reading commemorating the sixtieth anniversary of the Halifax Explosion on Tuesday, December 6, 1977 at the Halifax North Branch Library Auditorium', draft to January 15, 1988, 89 pp.

Croft, Clary. 1999. Helen Creighton: Canada's First Lady of Folklore. Nimbus Publishing Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia, pp.; pp. 18-21.

Cross, Farrell and Wilbur Cross, illustrated by Warren Baumgartner. 1958. Death in a December Dawn. True The Man's Magazine, A True Double-Length Feature, , , Issue , December, pp. 48-51, 124-130.

Crowdis, [Rev.] C.J. 1920. A Common Sorrow and a Common Concern being a brief statement of the Halifax Disaster and the affairs, past and present, of Kaye-Grove Church. Privately published, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 15 pp.

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