An Economic History of Canada

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
Since the publication of the first edition, important studies have appeared on the periods covered by it. For these the reader should consult the Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science. A bibliography in Canadian economics is published for the period after 1920 in Contributions to Canadian Economics, volumes I to VI and continued in the Canadian Journal of Political Science. These media together with the Proceedings of the Political Science Association contain important articles besides those referred to in the footnotes of which an index will be found in the Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science, vol. I, pp. 131-5. Summaries and brief bibliographies of various industries appear in the Encyclopedia of Canada. The Wheat Studies of the Food Research Institute, Stanford University, are a valuable source on wheat. Statistics have been enormously improved by the development of publications of provincial governments and especially of the Dominion Bureau of Statistics in Ottawa. The Canada Year Book has become a statistical encyclopedia. It is supported by publications of the Department of Labour ( Labour Gazette), the farm economics branch of the department of Agriculture, the registrar of the Combines Investigation Acts, and more recently by the Bank of Canada. The Statistical Contributions to Canadian Economic History have extended series backwards. Nova Scotia and British Columbia have established economic councils which publish useful reports. The Cambridge and London Economic Service carries periodic surveys of Canadian economic trends. Various private organizations publish material and special mention should be made of the Bank of Nova Scotia monthly letter. For references to a bibliography of Northern Canada see H. A. Innis, "Recent books on the North American Arctic", Canadian Historical Review, 1942, 401-7.
AGRICULTURE
Bickersteth J. B.: The Land of Open Doors. Toronto.
Britnell G. E.: The Wheat Economy. Toronto, 1939.
Carrothers W. A.: Emigration from the British Isles. London, 1929.
Cheng Tien-Fang: Oriental Immigration in Canada. Shanghai, 1931.
Colby C. C.: "The Apple Industry of the Annapolis-Cornwallis Valley", Economic Geography I, July, 1925, pp. 173-197; October, 1925, pp. 337-55.
Culliton J. T.: Assisted Emigration and Land Settlement. McGill University Economic Studies, No. 9.
Dafoe J. W.: Clifford Sifton in Relation to His Times. Toronto, 1931.
Dawson C. A.: Group Settlement. Toronto, 1936.
Dawson C. A.: The Settlement of the Peace River Country. Toronto, 1934.
Dawson C. A. and Young E. R.: Pioneering in the Prairie Provinces. Toronto, 1940.
Haythorne G. V. and Marsh L. C.: Land and Labour; A social survey of Agriculture and the farm labour market in Central Canada. Toronto, 1941.
Hedges J. B.: Building the Canadian West. New York, 1939.
Innis H. A.: The Dairy of A. J. McPhail. Toronto, 1940.
Jones C. F.: "The Grain Trade of Montreal", Economic Geography, March, 1925, pp. 53-72.

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