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Canadian papers in rural history

Author: Donald H Akenson
Publisher: Gananoque, Ont. : Langdale Press, ©1978-<©1996>
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Canadian papers in rural history.
Gananoque, Ont. : Langdale Press, ©1978-<c1996>
(OCoLC)690412839
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Donald H Akenson
ISBN: 0969077203 9780969077206
OCLC Number: 5029264
Description: volumes <1-10> : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Contents: v. 1. The national policy and prairie economic discrimination, 1870-1930 / Kenneth H. Norrie --
The growth of prairie agriculture: economic considerations / Robert E. Ankli and Robert M. Litt --
The development of farm produce marketing agencies and competition between marketing centres in Eastern Simcoe County, 1850-1875 / Kenneth Kelly --
The social and economic development of settlers in two Quebec townships, 1851-1870 / J.I. Little. v. 2. The adoption of the gasoline tractor in Western Canada / Robert E. Ankli, H. Dan Helsberg, and John Herd Thompson --
The shell-mud diggers of Prince Edward Island / David E. Weale --
Trading on a frontier: the function of peddlars, markets, and fairs in nineteenth-century Ontario / Brian S. Osborne --
Tracing property ownership in nineteenth century Ontario: a guide to the archival sources / R.W. Widdis --
The seasonal round of gentry farmers in early Ontario: a preliminary analysis / James O'Mara --
A company community: garden island, Upper Canada at mid-century / Christian Norman --
The role of shipping from Scottish ports in emigration to the Canadas, 1815-1855 / James M. Cameron --
Listening to rural language: ballycarry, co. Antrim, 1798-1817 / Donald H. Akenson. v. 3. A reconsideration of the state of agriculture in Lower Canada in the first half of the nineteenth century / R.M. McInnis --
Time, context, and house type validation: euphrasia township, Ontario / Darrell A. Norris and Victor Konrad --
The activity of an early Canadian land speculator in Essex County, Ontario: would the real John Askin please stand up? / John Clarke --
Robert Gourlay's visions of Agrarian reform / Gerald Bloch --
Upper Canada: a poor man's country? some statistical evidence / Peter A. Russell --
Economy and society in central Alberta on the eve of autonomy: the case of the SLHC / Bruce E. Batchelor --
Developments in plowing technology in nineteenth-century Canada / Alan E. Skeoch --
The Waterford merchants and the Irish-Newfoundland provisions trade, 1770-1820 / John Mannion --
Ontario: whatever happened to the Irish? / Donald H. Akenson. v. 4. An orderly reconstruction: prairie agriculture in World War Two / Ian MacPherson and John Herd Thompson --
Farm making costs in early Ontario / Robert E. Ankli and Kenneth J. Duncan --
Tenant vs. owner occupied farms in York County, Ontario, 1871 / William L. Marr --
Corporate farming on Vancouver Island: The Puget's Sound Agricultural Company, 1846-1857 / Barry M. Gough --
Commercial agriculture in the region north and northeast of Calcutta during the nineteenth century / Kenneth Kelly --
Migration and the Mennonites: nineteenth-century Waterloo County, Ontario / Robert S. Dilley --
Migration, pioneer settlement, and the life course: the first families of an Ontario township / Darrell A. Norris --
Irish immigrants and the "critical years" in Eastern Ontario: the case of Montague township 1821-1881 / Brian Osborne and Robert Pike --
Exploring the price of farmland in two Ontario localities since letter patenting / Edward C. Gray and Barry E. Prentice --
Demographic analysis and regional dialect surveys in Canada: data collection and use / Enoch Padolsky and Ian Pringle --
A statutory chronology of Eastern Ontario, 1788-1981 / Thomas A. Hillman. v. 5. The Malin thesis of grassland acculturation and the new rural history / Robert P. Swierenga --
Class interest in the emergence of fruit-growing cooperation in Lincoln County, Ontario, 1880-1914 / Daryll Crewson and Ralph Matthews --
Contrasting land development rates in Southern Ontario to 1891 / H.W. Taylor, J. Clarke and W.R. Wightman --
Boosterism and the settlement process in the Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, 1890-1914 / Paul M. Koroscil --
Agricultural colonization in Ontario and Quebec: some evidence from the Great Clay Belt, 1900-45 / Peter W. Sinclair --
Villages and agriculture in the seigneuries of Lower Canada: conditions of a comprehensive study of rural Quebec in the first half of the nineteenth century / Serge Courville --
Seigneurial survey and land granting policies / Francoise Noel --
Achd an Rhigh: a highland response to the assisted emigration of 1815 / Marianne McLean --
British travellers in Early Upper Canada: a content analysis of itineraries and images / Robert S. Dilley --
A bid for rural ascendancy: the Upper Canadian Orangemen, 1836-1840 / Hereward Senior --
Demographic and attitudinal trends on the Irish Islands, 1891-1946 / Catherine Anne Wilson --
Herring fishing by small boat off Islandmagee, County Antrim / John Henshaw --
Farming in Manitoba: a reminiscence / Egbert W.A. Jenkinson --
Ontario agriculture, 1851-1901: a cartographic overview / Marvin McInnes --
A statutory chronology of Central Ontario, 1792-1984 / Thomas A. Himman. v. 6. Feudal society and colonization: a critique and reinterpretation of the historiography of New France / Roberta Hamilton --
"Do you want your daughter to marry a farmer?": women's work on the farm, 1922 / Mary Kinnear --
Corporate structures and local economies: the case of the Williams Lake District lumber industry / Mary McRobert --
The North American wheat futures market during World War I / Robert E. Ankli --
"A little province like this": the economy of Nova Scotia under stress, 1812-1853 / Julian Gwyn --
Moving goods and people in mid-nineteenth century New Brunswick / Graeme Wynn --
What Ontario wants, Canada gets: the 1886 margarine debate / Welf H. Heick --
"Site of paradise": a settler's guide to becoming a farmer in early Upper Canada / Terence A. Crowley --
Did farm size matter? an 1871 case study / William L. Marr --
A statutory chronology of Southwestern Ontario, 1792-1981 / Thomas A. Hillman.
Responsibility: edited by Donald H. Akenson.

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