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THORNTON, Patricia A. Acadiensis 15:1 MURPHY, Terrence CLOW, Michael Listings

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1 THORNTON, Patricia A. Acadiensis 15:1 MURPHY, Terrence CLOW, Michael Problem of Out-Migration from Atlantic Canada. An article in Acadiensis : Journal of the History of the Atlantic Region, Vol.15, No.1.
1985, 
THORNTON, Patricia A. "The Problem of Out-Migration from Atlantic Canada, 1871-1921: A New Look." An article in Acadiensis : Journal of the History ofthe Atlantic Region, Vol.15, No.1. Autumn/Automne 1985. Pp 3-34. Maps & ta bles. Also of Newfoundland interest, M.U.N. professor Terrence Murphy's review essay "The Religious History of Atlantic Canada: The State of the Art" (pp.152-174). Also Ian Ross Robertson's "Political Realignment in PreConfederation Prince Edward Island" (pp.35-58); Graeme Wynn's "'Images of the Acadian Valley': The Photographs of Amos Lawson Hardy" (pp.59-83); Paul Axelrod's "Moulding the Middle Class: Student Life at Dalhousie University in the1930s" (pp.84-122); Carl A. Brasseaux's research note "A New Acadia: The A cadian Migrations to South Louisiana, 1764-1803"; Madame Allan Kelly's "J'écris ma vie" (a document introduced by Ronald Labelle); W.H. Nelson's review essay "The Loyalist Legacy" (pp.141-145); Michael Clow's "Situating a Classic: Saunders Revisited" (on the 1984 Acadiensis Press reissue of S.A. Saunders' The Economic History of the Maritime Provinces, pp.145-152); Terrence Murphy's ); LouisGeorges Harvey's review essay "The French Canadian and Acadian Diaspora" (pp.174-186). Very good. 10.00

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