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1 Perry, Hattie A. Finest Kind and Other Shore Lines from Manley and Experience
Barrington, N.S. Self Published 1990 0969145810 / 9780969145813 First ( No Additional printings) Soft Cover As New No Jacket A.E. (Al) Wilson 
Original tan illustrated softcover. Meet Manley and Experience, a loving couple of gulls whose favourite place in Barrington is the Old Woolen Mill. Fly with them as they observe humans in all their manifestations. Empathize with Manley as he visits the library in search of a bird book, only to be shocked by what humans are reading ! Experience consoles him, "Us birds is lucky, we'm don't hav'ta hobnob with humans." 79 pp. MULTIPLE COPIES AVAILABLE. 
Price: 10.00 USD
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2 Perry, Hattie A. Mrs. Mary and Others; Women of Barrington
Barrington, N.S. Spindrift Publishing 1993 0969145837 / 9780969145837 First ( No Additional printings) Soft Cover As New No Jacket Photos and Drawings 
Original trade paperback with cross-stitch motif. Portraits and biographies of several women of Barrington who have played important roles in the struggle for emancipation and equality. Some of the names are Atwood, Rodgerson, Doane, Hogg, Wagner, and many more. 93 pp. with index of names. Booksellers inquire for multiple copies at special rates. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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3 Perry, Hattie A. This Was Barrington
Halifax Nova Scotia Museum 1983 0969099894 / 9780969099895 Second Printing Soft Cover As New No Jacket Cover Art By John D. Smith; Photos 
Original beige illustrated softcover. Title and facing pages note 10 main points of Barrington from a century ago - from. Josiah Coffin to J. Homer. By turning to the index in the back I located "J. Fernandez Coffin" on p. 93, where it refers to a list he made in the Yarmouth Light. Such was the care with which Hattie Perry put her books together. Interesting, folksy narrative with several photos make this an entertaining as well as useful history of the Barrington area. 119 pp. MULTIPLE COPIES AVAILABLE. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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4 Perry, Hattie A. Through a Hole in the Fog
Barrington, N.S. Spindrift Publishing 1991 0969145829 / 9780969145820 First ( No Additional printings) Soft Cover As New No Jacket Photos 
Original beige photo softcover. An impressive local history by the late Hattie A. Perry, longtime resident and booster of Barrington and the area. Sundry topics of local interest include newspapers, black citizens, Roosevelt's yacht, logging, Irish moss, whales, horse-racing, and fire departments. A welcome gift for anyone with connections to the area. Index of personal names. 86 pp. MULTIPLE COPIES AVAILABLE. 
Price: 15.00 USD
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