Recent Publications in Canadian Labour History / Travaux Recents En Histoire Des Classes Populaires Canadiennes

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Recent Publications in Canadian Labour History / Travaux Recents En Histoire Des Classes Populaires Canadiennes


Lonardo, Michael, Sweeny, Robert C. H., Labour/Le Travail


Books / Livres

Amyot, Chantal and John Willis. Country Post: Rural Postal Service in Canada, 1880 to 1945. Gatineau, QC: Canadian Museum of Civilization, 2003. 210 p. [Includes a chapter on the work of the rural postmaster.]

Beauchamp, Lionel & Jean-Rene Thout. Les patriotes de Saint-Rochde-l'Achigan: idees liberals et agitation politique entre 1830 et 1860. Societe d'histoire de Saint-Roch-de-l'Achigan, 2004, 90 p.

Buckley, Karen. Danger, Death and Disaster in the Crowsnest Pass Mines, 1902-1928. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 2004. xxvi, 189 p.

Cloutier, Celine. De la stratifiaction archeologique a la stratification sociale--Hygiene urbaine et coniditions de vie de six familles ourvrieres au Faubourg Saint-Roch a Quebec au XIXe siecle. Quebec, Cahiers du CELAT 16, 2004, 141 p.

Dawson, Nelson-Martin. Des Attikamegues aux Tetes-de-Boule. Mutation ethniques dans le Haut Mauricien sous le Regime francais. Sillery, Septentrion, 2003, 169 p.

Delisile, Esther et Pierre K. Malouf. La quatuor d'Asbestos. Autour de la greve d'Asbestos. Montreal, Varia, 2004, 576 p.

Denis, Mathieu. Jacques-Victor Morin, Syndicaliste et educateur populaire. Montreal, VLB, 2003.

Desy, Caroline. Si loin, si proche : la Guerre civile espagnole et le Quebec des annees trente. Ste-Foy, Les presses de l'Universite Laval, 2004, xiv-177 p.

Eagan, Bill. Woven in Time: An Oral History of the Milltown (St. Croix) Cotton Mill. Bayside, NB: Korby Publishing, 2004. xvii, 263 p.

Fecteau, Jean-Marie. La liberte du pauvre, crime et pauvrete au XIXe siecle quebecois. Montreal, VLB, 2004, 455 p.

Ferretti, Andree. Les grands textes independantistes, 1992-2003, tome II. Montreal, Typo, 363 p.

Fougeres, Dany. L'approvisionnement en eau a Montreal : du prive au public, 1796-1865. Sillery, Septentrion, 2004, 472 p.

Gagnon, Marie. (dir.) De memoire vive. La CSQ depuis la Revolution tranquille. Montreal, Lanctot editeur, 2003, 443 p.

Gay, Daniel. Les noirs au Quebec, 1629-1900. Sillery, Septentrion, 2004, 482 p.

Graveline, Pierre. Une histoire de l'education et du syndicalisme enseignant au Quebec. Essai. Montreal, Typo, 2003, 195 p.

Griffin, Betty and Susan Lockhart. Their Own History: Women's Contribution to the Labour Movement of British Columbia. New Westminster, BC: United Fisherman and Allied Workers' Union/CAW Seniors Club, 2002. 205 p.

Hardy, Rene & Normand Seguin, avec la collaboration de Claude Bellavance. Histoire de la Mauricie. Sainte-Foy, Institut quebecois de la recherche sur la culture, 2004, 1137 p.

Harvey, Louis-Georges. Le Printemps de l'Amerique francaise : Americanite, anticolonialisme et republicanisme dans le discours politique quebecois, 1805-1837. Montreal, Boreal, 2005, 304 p.

Henripin, Jacques. La metamorphose de la population canadienne. Montreal, Varia, 2003, 300 p.

Heron, Craig and Steve Penfold. The Workers' Festival: A History of Labour Day in Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2005. xviii, 340 p.

Hoc, Ban Seng. Enduring Hardship: The Chinese Laundry in Canada. Gatineau, QC: Canadian Museum of Civilization, 2003. 86 p.

Kitchen, John. By the Sweat of My Brow: The Life of a Newfoundland Logger. [St. John's]: John Kitchen, 2005. xii, 216 p.

Lacasse, Jean-Paul. Les Innus et le territoire Innu tipenitamun. Sillery, Septentrion, 2004, 280 p.

Leclerc, Jean. Les pilotes de Saint-Laurent, 1762-1960 : l'organisation du pilotage en aval du havre de Quebec. Sainte-Foy, editions GID, 2004, 855 p.

Levasseur-Ouimet, France. D'annee en annee : de 1659 a 2000 : unepresentation synchronique des evenements historique franco-albertains. Edmonton, Institut du patrimoine, 2003, xiv-422 p.

Levesque, Andree (dir.) Madeleine Parent, militante. Montreal, editions du remue-menage, 2003, 126 p. …

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