Acknowledgements Introduction Abbreviations Bibliography General Reference Works Archival Resources Bibliographies and Catalogues Book Trade Encyclopedias Official Publications Serials Societies, Associations Theses Year Books, Handbooks and Almanacs History and Related Subjects Biographies Genealogy Heraldry History Humanities Arts Fine and Applied Arts General Works Antiques Architecture Book Arts Ceramics Costume Crafts Drawing Fibre Arts Folk Art Furniture and Interior Decoration Glass Graphic Arts Metal Arts Numismatics Painting Philately Photography Sculpture Toys Miscellaneous Arts Languages and Linguistics General Works Algonquian Languages Athapaskan Languages Beothus Language Chinookan Languages English Language French Language Haida Language Inuktitut Language Iroquoian Languages Salishan Languages Siouan Languages Tsimshian Languages Wakashan Languages Literature General Works Children's Literature Diaries and Autobiographies Drama Fiction Film Poetry Quotations Performing Arts General Works Dance Film, Radio and Television Music Performance Art Puppetry Theatre Philosophy Religion General Works Anglican Church Baptist Church Buddhism Catholic Church Catholic Orders Congregational Churches Doukhobors Islam Judaism Lutheran Churches Mennonite Brethren Church Methodist Church Moravian Church Orthodox Eastern Church Paganism Pentecostal Churches Presbyterian Church Seventh-Day Adventists Society of Friends Unitarian Universalist Churches United Church of Canada Name Index Title Index English Subject Index French Subject Index
Mary E. Bond (compiler and editor) and Martine M. Caron (compiler) are both of the National Library's Reference and Information Services Division.
This is the preeminent source for Canadian reference bibliography; libraries with any demand for this information at last have an up-to-date resource. -- Ed Volz * American Reference Books Annual * One of the most important Canadian reference works ever published. -- J. D. Blackwell * Choice * Mary Bond and Martine Caron have produced a truly monumental work that exhibits the impeccable detail one would expect from the National Library's Reference and Information Services Division. Canadian Reference Sources is an outstanding achievement. It is an essential purchase for any library with a standard reference collection, as well as for any serious Canadian scholar or student. -- Deborah Defoe * Quill & Quire *