Urban History Review

This journal publishes articles and research notes in the field of Canadian urban history.

Articles from Vol. 25, No. 1, October

French Cartographer Jacques-Nicolas Bellin's Plan of 18th Century Urban Settlement in Present-Day Canada
Abstract: This research note examines the 18th century plans of five urban settlements located in present-day Canada. These plans were contained in the 18th century atlas, Le Petit Atlas Maritime, by the French cartographer Jacques-Nicolas Bellin....
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Produce and Protection: Covent Garden Market, the Socioeconomic Elite, and the Downtown Core in London, Ontario, 1843-1915
Abstract: This article evaluates the historical significance of the farmers' market in London, Ontario, the centre-piece of the city's booster activity. The author uses a systematic analysis of mercantile credit reports, city directories, and assessment...
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