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Aspects of nineteenth-century Ontario

Aspects of nineteenth-century Ontario

essays presented to James J. Talman. Edited by F.H. Armstrong, H.A. Stevenson [and] J.D. Wilson.

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Published by University of Toronto Press in association with the University of Western Ontario in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Talman, James John, -- 1904-,
  • Ontario

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography.

    ContributionsStevenson, Hugh Alexander, 1935-, Talman, James John, 1904-, Wilson, J. Donald., Armstrong, Frederick Henry.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 355 p. port., maps. ;
    Number of Pages355
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20152613M

    Ontario History, Issue 1 Table of Contents 6 To Go Back: Press ALT + (back arrow) (in downloaded PDF, not in browser) Go To Top (Contents) Holman, Andrew, Review of Stouffer, The Light of Nature and the Law of God: Antislavery in Ontario, Pond, David, Review of Bumsted, The Peoples of Canada: A Pre-Confederation History File Size: 2MB. With my colleague Ken Cruikshank I am currently working on a SSHRCC-funded book examining the history of environment, the state, and recreation on the Burlington Bay. I have just completed another book manuscript on the rise of amateur sport in nineteenth century Ontario towns.

    Concerning women's charitable work in the nineteenth century, see Armen Nielson Varty, "'A Career in Christian Charity': Women's Benevolence and the Public Sphere in a Mid-nineteenth-century Canadian City," Women's History Review, vol. 14, no. 2 (), pp. –, and her numerous references, especially note 3; Patricia T. Rooke and R. L. The cities whose population grew from , to 2,, and from , to 6,, during the s were.

    This volume addresses a wide range of topics related to Aboriginal resource use, ranging from the pre-contact period to the present. The papers were originally presented at a conference held in at the University of Winnipeg. Co-editor Kerry Abel has written an introduction that outlines the main themes of the book. She points out that it is difficult to know what the enshrinement of. Nineteenth-Century Algonquin Culture Change M. JEAN BLACK University of North Carolina/Chapel Hill The 19th century was a period of rapid cultural, social and economic change for the Algonquin of southwestern Quebec. During this time, traditional trapping economies were drastically altered and the contemporary wage economy was foreshadowed.


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