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Snacks: A Canadian Food History by Janis Thiessen.
Welland Ontario’s Springfield Plan: Post-War Canadian Citizenship Training, American Style?.
Liberty, Equality and Tourism: D. C. Harvey, Prince Edward Island, and the Power of Tourism/History, 1931–1956.
Dominion of Capital: The Politics of Big Business and the Crisis of the Canadian Bourgeoisie, 1914-1947..
“Not Unless Necessary”: Student Responses to War Work at the University of Toronto, 1914-1918.
Forging a New Space for Lay Male Piety: St. Vincent de Paul Societies in Urban Quebec and Ontario, 1846–1890.
"Their only power was moral": The Injured Workers' Movement in Toronto, 1970–1985.
Fighting for dignity: The Ginger Goodwin story..
'Writing the wrongs': Eva Valesh and the rise of labour journalism..
Covenanter democracy: Scottish popular religion, ethnicity, and the varieties of politico-religious dissent in Upper Canada, 1815-1841.
Modalities of social authority: Suggesting an interface for religious and social history.
Passing into the future. History, memory and identity in contemporary Quebec.
Whiteness limited: Racialization and the social construction of 'peripheral Europeans'.
Crimes, constables, and courts: Order and transgression in a Canadian city, 1816-1970.
SHAKY PALACES - HOMEOWNERSHIP AND SOCIAL-MOBILITY IN BOSTONS SUBURBANIZATION - EDEL,M, SCLAR,ED, LURIA,D.
WORKING-CLASS HOME OWNERSHIP AND HOUSING AFFORDABILITY ACROSS CANADA IN 1931.
WORKING-CLASS EXPERIENCE - THE RISE AND RECONSTITUTION OF CANADIAN LABOR, 1800-1980 - PALMER,B.
THE CONFLAGRATION AND THE CITY - DISASTER AND PROGRESS IN BRITISH NORTH-AMERICA DURING THE 19TH-CENTURY.
FROM LAND ASSEMBLY TO SOCIAL MATURITY - SUBURBAN LIFE OF WESTDALE (HAMILTON), ONTARIO, 1911-1951.
WINNIPEG - SOCIAL-HISTORY OF URBAN-GROWTH, 1874-1914 - ARTIBISE,AFJ.
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