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The urban development of Winnipeg, 1874-1914

Alan F. J. Artibise

The urban development of Winnipeg, 1874-1914

by Alan F. J. Artibise

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Published by University of British Columbia in Vancouver, B.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Winnipeg (Man.) -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Alan Francis Joseph Artabise. -
    SeriesCanadian theses = Thèses canadiennes
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 reel (xx, 489 leaves
    Number of Pages489
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20693182M

    SHARPE, THOMAS, mason, contractor, and politician; b. 14 March in County Sligo (Republic of Ireland), son of Mitchell William Sharpe and Jane Johnston; m. 24 May Mary Jane Cathcart (d. ) in Toronto, and they had at least three sons and four daughters; d. 10 May en route from Winnipeg to Lac du Bonnet, Man.. At age 14 Thomas Sharpe left school to be apprenticed as a mason. December 9, , Winnipeg, Manitoba - d. J , Toronto) was a Canadian novelsit of Icelandic extraction. Slight ly cocked, some sunning, foxing to edges and first few leaves. Signed with inscription by the author (dated Dec. ). View more info. Add | $

    See also Alan Artibise, Winnipeg: A Social History of Urban Growth, – (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, ), especially the chapter entitled “RedAuthor: Patrick A. Dunae. Winnipeg: A Social History of Urban Growth, Montreal: McGill-Queen's U. Press, By western Canada 's premier urban historian. Develops concepts of a "commercial elite" and a "growth ethic" manipulating the development of the city. Discusses ethnic problems in urban growth, also class divisions. SU. Baker, T. Lindsay.

    Winnipeg: growth of a city, Alan F. J. Artibise. FC C35 SER.1 V.1 Immigration to Western Canada, = Immigration dans l'Ouest du Canada, Donald Avery. John Selwood, “Urban Development and the Streetcar: The Case of Winnipeg, ”, Urban History Review, , (): 7 8 “In the Elms by the River”, Winnipeg Free Press, 31 August Display Building Number II, Brandon, (Winnipeg: Manitoba Department of Culture, Heritage and Recreation, Historical Resources Branch, ), p.


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The urban development of Winnipeg, 1874-1914 by Alan F. J. Artibise Download PDF EPUB FB2

Book Description: This study provides a reasonably detailed social history of Winnipeg: a description—or reconstruction—of the evolvement of an urban area. It endeavours to identify and describe the events, personages, trends, and movements which have played a The urban development of Winnipeg role in the development of Winnipeg.

This study provides a reasonably detailed social history of Winnipeg: a description—or reconstruction—of the evolvement of an urban area. It endeavours to identify and describe the events, personages, trends, and movements which have played a key role in the development of Winnipeg.

Winnipeg: a social history of urban growth, (McGill-Queen's Press-MQUP, ) Bellan, Ruben C. Winnipeg, first century: An economic history (Queenston House Publishing Company, ) Cavett, Mary Ellen, H.

John Selwood, and John C. Lehr. "Social Philosophy and the Early Development of Winnipeg's Public Parks.". Life in late-nineteenth century Canada was characterized by dramatic social and economic change.

Fears of American annexation, combined with growing interest in the agricultural potential of the Prairies, contributed to the colonization, settlement, and eventual urbanization and industrialization 1874-1914 book the Canadian West.

Inthe first numbered treaties were signed and the Dominion Lands Act Author: Amy Catherine Wilkinson. BOOK REVIEWS Art ibise, Alan F.J.

Winnipeg: A Social History of Urban Growth, «McGill-QueenT s University Press, pp., maps, illus. Research into urban growth has followed two quite distinct paths in Canada.

Social scientists have tended to concern themselves with. STAVE: In the introduction to your book Winnipeg: A Social History of Urban Growth, you have some comments about why it took a long time for Canadian urban history to develop, and I think you list a number of reasons.

You point out that Canadian urban history seems to have finally taken off, but it was retarded by attitudes toward local. Prairie Urbain Development Artibise,Alan F J. Documents on the City of Winnipeg - Volume V. Artibise, Alan F.

Published by The Manitoba Record Society, Manitoba, Canada Winnipeg a Social History of Urban Growth - Artibise, Alan F. See "A Social History of Urban Growth: City of Winnipeg, ," unpublished Ph.D.

dissertation, University of British Columbia, Winnipeg's hydro-power project is examined in E. Russenholt, "The Power of a City," unpublished manuscript in City Hydro Office, Winnipeg. — “ Winnipeg, ” — “ Researching Winnipeg ” — “ The Urban Development of Winnipeg, ” Atkin, Wendy.

— “ Morton, Suzanne. Ideal Surroundings: Domestic Life in a Working-Class Suburb in the s. The Urban Development of Winnipeg Alan F.

Artibise. Adult essay. The Brandon Teachers “Strike” Margaret Mann. Student essay. Russian Jewish Immigration Into Manitoba and its Effects Upon. Mara Ludwig and Janice Karlinsky. Special project. Red River House Museum, St. Andrew’s.

Shaw. Special project. Dugald Fashion. The development of the West End as a residential expansion came during one of Winnipeg's largest periods of growth between and The area was originally a part of the Parish of St.

James until the boundary of the City of Winnipeg was extended to St. James Street from Maryland Street (formerly Boundary Road) in Development of the area as a working and middle class.

Henry Trachtenberg (1) Winnipeg When Abraham Lechtzier, a Winnipeg Jewish merchant tailor and active supporter of the Conservative Party, arranged a political meeting at the Shaarey Zedek Synagogue for one warm June night during the federal election campaign, he was acting in a way much of the Winnipeg Jewish community understood.

Artibise, A.F.J. Winnipeg, A Social History of Urban Growth, Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press, Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press, [particularly chap "The Rise and Demise of a City Planning Movement."]. The Canadian Pacific Railway and the Development of Western Canada, Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, Hart, E.J.

13 CARIGNAN, Pierre, "Development of Social Security in Canada." Ph.D., Harvard University, 14 CASSIDY, Harry M. "The Canadian Social Services." Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. (September ), pp. 15 CHARTIER, Roger. Etude analytique et evolutive des services du ministere.

ARTIBISE AFJ, Winnipeg: a social history of urban growthMontreal: McGill-Queens UP () ppil ADAMSON J & HUDSON L eds, The London town miscellany vol. 2Edgware: Alexius () ALLEN G, Wellington: a diary of a west country town in the 19th century., Buckingham: Barracuda () ppil.

Heritage Interpretation Strategy July The Exchange District Heritage Partnership comprehensive research book on the history of the Exchange District The urban development of Winnipeg, Artibise, Alan F. Winnipeg: an illustrated history. 3 A.F.J. Artibise, Winnipeg: A Social History of Urban Growth, (Montreal, PQ: McGill- Queen’s University Press, ), pp.

; and The Winnipeg Telegram, July 7,p This art icle described Eaton’s choice: “Experts were employed for weeks. • Winnipeg’s Early Days: A Short Historical Sketch Healy, W. • Winnipeg’s Historic Warehouse Area: Its Revitalization through Conservation Thompson, William P.

• Winnipeg, A Social History of Urban Growth, Artibise, Alan F. Winnipeg Beach • Winnipeg Beach: Moonlight Days. Marc H. Choko, "Le `Boom' des Immeubles a Appartements a Montreal de a ," Urban History Review/Revue d'histoire urbaine 23 (), ; M. Peterson, "The Rise of Apartments and Apartment Dwellers in Winnipeg ()," Prairie Forum 18 ().

Book Description: London and New York. John Lane.Hardcover. Condition: Fine. 8vo. 22cm, xvi,p. with 9 illustrations, including 3 fold-out maps, blue cloth, concentric blind stamped ruled borders and title on upper cover, gilt titles on spine, lacks front free flye otherwise a fine copy (s) First publication in English, Melvill Memoris were first published in and are.Settling the West: Immigration to the Prairies from to by Erica Gagnon, Collections Researcher.

From tothe Canadian West opened for mass settlement, and became home to millions of immigrant settlers seeking a new life.Urban and regional planning is now accepted as a legitimate function of government.

But the evolution of Canadian planning from its inception at the turn century to its new-found status as an objective technical exercise has been a profoundly complex process involving questions about the very nature of society. This thesis is an attempt to trace the development of the theory and.