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Author Name:    KREMER, Valerie, ed. CORTIULA, Mark William. SHEPPARD, George. Histoire Sociale / Social History, No. 55.

Title:   Social History / Histoire sociale, Volume XXVII, No. 55, May / Mai 1995.

Publisher:    Université d'Ottawa, Ottawa, 1995, 

Seller ID:   113182

KREMER, Valerie, ed. Social History / Histoire sociale, Volume XXVIII, No. 55, May / Mai 1995. Ottawa: Université d'Ottawa, 1995. Pp. (8),[1]-300. 8vo, photo-illustrated blue card covers, white lettering to front and spine. Includes: Guildo Rousseau: "La sante par correspondance: un mode de mise en marche des medicaments brevetes au debut du siecle" (pp. 1-26); Mark William Cortiula: "Houses of the Healers; The Changing Nature of General HospitalArchitecture in Hamilton, 1850-1914" (pp. 27-50); James E. Moran: "The Kee pers of the Insane: The Role of Attendnats at the Toronto Provincial Asylum, 1875-1905" (pp. 51-76); Terrie M. Romano: "Professional Identity and the Nineteenth-Century Ontario Medical Profession" (pp. 77-98); Christian Dessuereault: "Industrie et societe rurale: le cas de la seignurie de Saint-Hyacinthe des origines a 1861" (pp. 99-136); Gerard Bouchardet Regis Thibeault:"Origines geographiques et sociales du personnel religieux dans la region du Saguenay, 1882-1947" (pp. 137-158); George Sheppard: "'Wants and Privations': Women and the War of 1812 in Upper Canada" (pp. 159-180). With research notes: Martin Tetreault: "Les medecins d'une ville industrielle de la Nouvelle Angleterre: Lowell, Massachusetts, 1866-1900"; John Clarke and John Buffone: "Social Regions in Mid Nineteenth-Century Ontario"; Keith Johnson:"'Claims of Equity and Justice': Petitions and Petitioners in Upper Canada , 1815-1840". With book reviews. Very good. For the issue. 10.00


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