Canadian City: Essays in Urban and Social History
Gilbert Stelter, Alan F. J. Artibise
McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, Dec 15, 1984 - History - 503 pages
The emphasis is on urban society, with new essays on social structure, the family, ethnicity and immigration, and religion. Other sections are devoted to urban growth, the physical environment, and urban government and reform.
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I GENERAL INTRODUCTION
CANADIAN URBAN HISTORY BEFORE 1850
III METROPOLITAN GROWTH AND THE SPREAD OF THE URBAN NETWORK
IV THE PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT
V URBAN SOCIETY
VI Urban Reform and Government
Alberta American architects architecture Artibise boarders boarding British British Columbia building Calgary Canada West Canadian cities Canadian urban capital Census centre Church city's city’s civic commercial Company Council difﬁcult Dillingham Commission early economic Edmonton elite established ethnic ﬁeld ﬁgures ﬁnance ﬁnancial ﬁrm ﬁrst French-Canadian growth Halifax Hamilton household housing immigrants important industrial inﬂuence institutions Irish Catholic John labour land lrish M.A. Thesis major Manitoba manufacturing Maritime metropolitan Moncton Moncton Parish Montreal municipal nineteenth century North Nova Scotia ofﬁcials Ontario organization Ottawa ownership pattern percent period political population prairie problems proﬁt provincial public ownership Quebec railway region rural Saskatchewan settlement signiﬁcant social society speciﬁc Stelter Strathcona street structure suburban suburbs Table Toronto Town Planning trade University University of Toronto Upper Canada urban development Urban History urban reform Vancouver West Winnipeg women York