An Economic History of Canada

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INDEX
A. F. Johnson Co., 315
Aberhart, Premier, 300
Abitibi, 317
Act of Union, 148, 164
Agriculture, in New France, 12-13, 29, 36-37, 50; in Maritimes, 17, 33, 55, 84, 176-178, 284-286; in Lower Canada, 53, 59-61, 140; in Ontario, 83, 95, 140, 199-202, 278-282; on prairies, 222-224, 243; in British Columbia, 229-230, 264-265; in relation to mining, 257, 261, 272; implements, 160, 179, 206, 249; machinery, 199, 206-207, 222-223, 273-274; Harris Co., 207; Massey Co., 207; Massey-Harris Co., 274; International Harvester Co., 274.
Albany, 58, 60, 67, 69, 70, 102-103, 114
Alberni, 231
Alberta Co-operative Elevator Co., 297-8
Alberta pool, 298
Alexander, Sir William, 7
All-Canadian Congress of Labour, 322
Allen, Levi, 112
Amalgamated Iron Workers, 327
Amherst, 327
Amherstburg, 108
Annapolis, 83-84, 169, 178, 285
Annexationist Manifesto, 158
Anticosti, 185
Anyox, 305
Apples, 95, 178, 202, 264, 280, 285, 330-331
Argentine, 294
Arrow Lakes, 254
Asbestos, 315
Asbestos Corporation, 315
Athabasca, 70, 112-113, 117-118, 165
Auk, 2
Australia, 294, 307, 320
Automobiles, 320, 336-338
Aviation, 301, 338-339
Banking, 120, 216, 221, 232, 288-290, 342; Bank Act of 1871, 216, 288; Bank of British Columbia, 232; Bank of Montreal, 120, 342; Bank of Prince Edward Island, 181; Bank of Toronto, 216; Canadian Bank of Commerce, 216, 342; Canadian Bankers' Association, 288; Halifax Banking Co., 129; Provincial Banks, 129; Quebec Bank Bill, 164; Royal Bank, 342; Home Bank, 342; Bank of Canada, 343
Bankruptcy, 79, 81, 240
Barclay Sound, 231
Barnstaple, 4
Bathurst, Lord, 92
Bathurst, 317, 329
Baye St. Paul, 41
Beaver, 7-8, 26-49, 116
Belgo-Canadian Co., 317
Belle Isle, 2-4, 237
Belleville, 141, 201-202, 210
Blanc Sablon, 172
Blind River, 267
Blondeau, Maurice, 69
Board of Grain Commissioners, 252
Board of Grain Supervisors, 298
Board of Railway Commissioners, 249- 250
Bobcaygeon, 160
Bonavista, 2, 53-54
Bonne Esperance, 2
Bonnycastle, Sir Richard, 136
Bordeaux, 16, 42
Boston, 17, 55-58, 174, 189, 200, 238, 282-283, 331
Boundary Falls, 254-255, 304
Bounties, on codfish, 87, 125; on oat mills, 128; on steel, 275--see Subsidies.
Bracken, Premier, 300
Bradore, Bay, 172
Brandon, 224, 249
Brandy, 46, 79-80
Brantford, 206, 210, 277
Brest, 42
Bretons, 1-2
Bristol, 63, 132
Britannia Mining and Smelting Co., 305
British Empire Steel Co., 327
British North America Act, 218, 291; Confederation, 181, 211, 214-215, 234-237, 291
Brockville, 106, 132, 141, 192
Brompton, 317
Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees, 323
Brotherhood of Railway Carmen, 323
Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, 323
Brown, Hon. George, 212
Buchanan, James, 157

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