Cities and Urbanization, Canadian Historical Perspectives.

8vo - 21.5 x 13.5 cm.; 275 pp. Contents: Changing Imperial Context of Early Canadian Urban Development (Stelter); Creation of an Early Victorian Suburb in Montreal (Hanna); Communications and Urban Systems in Mid-Nineteenth Century Canada (Goheen); Mercantile-Industrial Transition in the Metals Town of Pictou County, 1857-1931 (McCann); Family Economy and Work in an Industrializing City: Montreal in 1870s (Bradbury); North American Shelter Business, 1860-1920: Study of a Canadian Real Estate and Property Management Agency (Doucet & Weaver); Evolution of Settlement Systems: Canadian Example, 1851-1970 (Dahms); Canadian Suburbanization in a North American Context - Does the Border Make a Difference? (Linteau); Ethnicity and Neighbourhoods (Harney); Exploring the North American West: A Comparative Urban Perspective (Artibise). Footnotes, charts, illustrations, pictures. Light soiling and wear on card stock covers; binding sturdy, text pages clean.

Title: Cities and Urbanization, Canadian Historical Perspectives.

Author Name: Stelter, Gilbert A. (David Hanna, Peter Goheen, L. D. McCann, Bettina Bradbury, Michael Doucet, John Weaver, F. A. Dahms, Paul-Andre Linteau, Robert Harney, Alan Artibise)


Publisher: Toronto, Copp, Clark, Pitman.: 1990

ISBN Number: 0773047646

ISBN Number 13: 9780773047648

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 19316

Keywords: Canada, History, Cities, Urbanization Montreal, Mont Royal, Communications Newspapers, Pictou County, Nova Scotia Real Estate Agency, Moore and Davis Hamilton, Ontario, Guelph, Ethnicity Neighbourhoods