2 edition of Primary sources in Canadian working class history 1860-1930 found in the catalog.
Primary sources in Canadian working class history 1860-1930
Russell G. Hann
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Get this from a library. Primary sources in Canadian working class history, [Russell G Hann;]. 8Russell Hann, Gregory S. Kealey, Linda Kealey, Peter Warrian, comps., Primary Sources in Canadian Working Class History, (Kitchener ).
For an extended discussion of how such sources can be used, see Russell Hann and Gregory S. Kealey, "Documenting Working-Class History: North American Traditions and New.
and Canadian Labour, (Kingston ), which is heavy on institutional development at the provincial and federal levels, but quite light on analysis of social and ideological developments.
Heron, "Labourism and the Canadian Working Class," Labour/Le Travail, 13 (Spring ), Society for the Study of Labour History; Bibliographies. The Labour Companion: A Bibliography of Canadian Labour History Based on Materials Printed from to Labour Legislation in Canada: A Bibliography Primary Sources in Canadian Working Class History, Directories.
A Bibliography for Courses in the History of Canadian Science, Medicine and Technology. Thornhill, ON: HSTC Publications, Labour Companion: A Bibliography of Canadian Labour History Based on Materials Printed from to Halifax: Committee on Canadian Labour History, Maddaugh, Peter D.
A Bibliography of Canadian Legal History. Primary Sources in Canadian Working Class History, (Kitchene)rFo. r an extended discussion of how such sources can be used, see Russell Han annd Gregory S. Kealey, "Documenting Working-Class History: North American Traditions and New Approaches," Archivaria, 4 (), would like to emphasize here the collec.
Labourism and the Canadian Working Class Craig Heron LABOURISM HAS BEEN THE neglected child of the Canadian left. Between the inaccurate firs chapter of book the Russell Hann, et al., comps. Primary Sources in Canadian Working-Class History, (Kitchener ), 15 Robin, Radical Politics, Babcock.
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Essays in Canadian Working Class History, McClelland and Stewart Ltd., Toronto, Labour/LeTravailleur, Journal of Canadian Labour Studies, Department of Hisrory, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St.
John's. The Labour Companion: A Bibliography of Canadian Labour History Based on Materials Printed from General. The Dictionary of Canadian Biography (–), thousands of scholarly biographies of notables who died by ; Canadian Encyclopedia reliable detailed encyclopedia, on-line free; Celebrating One Thousand Years of Ontario's History: Proceedings of the Celebrating One Thousand Years of Ontario's History Symposium, Ap 15, In the major field of working-class and labour history, a significant item appeared inthe bibliography prepared by Russell Hann, Gregory and Linda Kealey and Peter Warrian, entitled, Primary Sources in Working-Class History, Langdon, Steven, The Emergence of the Canadian Working Class Movement – (Toronto: New Hogtown Press, ).
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This bibliography does not include newspaper articles (except primary sources and references), fiction or photo collections created during or about the Revolution or Civil War.
These works had been preceded by surveys of archival holdings and an early collection of essays: Russell Hann, Gregory S. Kealey, Linda Kealey, and Peter Warrian, ed., Primary Sources in Canadian Working Class History, (Kitchener: Dumont Press, ); and Gregory S.
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Women's suffrage in the United Kingdom was a movement to fight for women's right to finally succeeded through two laws in and It became a national movement in the Victorian were not explicitly banned from voting in Great Britain until the Reform Act and the Municipal Corporations Act In the fight for women's suffrage became a national movement.
Russell, along with Greg and Linda Kealey and Peter Warrian, compiled, edited, and produced Primary Sources in Canadian Working Class History,the first book to be published under the Dumont imprint of DPG Publishing. To understand precisely how first requires a capsule summary of nineteenth century labor historiography.
From the s through the early s, U.S. labor historians sought to write a history of the making of the American working class much in the manner done so masterfully for the English working class by Edward P.
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