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2 edition of New industrial towns on Canada"s resource frontier. found in the catalog.

New industrial towns on Canada"s resource frontier.

Ira M. Robinson

New industrial towns on Canada"s resource frontier.

by Ira M. Robinson

  • 211 Want to read
  • 3 Currently reading

Published by University of Chicago, Department of Geography in Chicago .
Written in English


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SeriesProgram of education and research in planning research papers -- 4, Research papers / University of Chicago Department of Geography -- 73
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Open LibraryOL14455819M

  When the Industrial Revolution began in Britain, the country had large amounts of private capital, acquired through its trading empire, that it could invest in buying and building the infrastructure necessary to support its new industries. The history of industrial . company towns labor space and power relations across time and continents Posted By Laura Basuki Publishing TEXT ID f72eaed2 Online PDF Ebook Epub Library michael a bonura new york new york university press pp cloth company towns labor space and power relations across time and continents access to society.

Discussion of the cumulative impacts of landscape-scale industrial development, particularly relating to the resources sector, have been ongoing for close to 50 years (Tollefson and Wipond Start studying Geography 2/9/16 Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

Founded in , Business in Vancouver provides local business information that helps keep readers ahead of their competition. Subscribe with us today. By towns such as Woonsocket, Rhode Island (60 percent French-Canadian American), and Biddeford, Maine (also at 60 percent), were very much French Canadian. The most outstanding example is the area in Maine, along the Canadian frontier, known as the St. John Valley, which was almost entirely Franco-American.


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Chicago: University of Chicago, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File. Two studies in political development on Canada"s resource frontier. 81 Want to read; 38 Currently reading; Published by University of Manitoba, Center for Settlement Studies in Winnipeg.

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