Bibliography of Publications
• Part IV - Davis to Dynes

Davis, Michael M., Jr. 1918. Medical Social Service in a Disaster. The Survey, , , Vol. XXXIX, March, pp. 675-677.

Dawson, William. 1918? Halifax Explosion. Poem, typed manuscript, 1 p., Public Archives of Nova Scotia, Manuscript Group 27, Vol. 2, No. 25; handwritten copy in MG 27, Vol. 2, No. 26.

Dobie, D. 1975. The Day Halifax Exploded. Federal Government Dockyard Trades and Labour Council, , , Issue , month?, pp. .

Downton, Dawn Rae. 1991. Grim Visions: Arthur Lismer and the Halifax Explosion. Arts Atlantic, , , Vol. 40, Spring/Summer, p. 39.

Dudar, Judith. 1994. The Halifax Harbour Explosion: Fact, Fiction and Focal Point. 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. 113-122, endnotes pp. 440-441.

Dynes, Russell R. and E.L. Quarantelli. 1994. The Place of the Explosion in the History of Disaster Research: The Work of Samuel H. Prince. 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. 55-67, endnotes pp. 431-432.

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