"The Paradox of Bluenose II : Antimodernism, Capitalism and the Legacy of the Schooner Bluenose in Nova Scotia.

By: SULLIVAN, Cheryl N.S. Historical Review 16:2

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SULLIVAN, Cheryl. "The Paradox of Bluenose II : Antimodernism, Capitalism and the Legacy of the Schooner Bluenose in Nova Scotia." An article in The Nova Scotia Historical Review, Vol.16, No.2, 1996, pp.1-.22. 8vo (152 x 228 mm), photo-illustrated cardcovers, with black lettering to spine. Also includes : Christina M. Lamey's "Davis Day through the Years: A Cape Breton Coalming Tradition" (pp.23-33). Jonathan H. Davidson's "Francklyn v. The People's Light and Heat Company: A Nineteenth-Century Environmental Lawsuit in Nova Scotia" (pp.34-48). Angela Bakerr's "A Muscular Regionalism : Gender and and the "Manly Appeal" of Maritime Rights in the Halifax Herald of the 1920s" (pp.49-70). Julian Gwyn's "Apprentices Beware! : Researching and Writing Local History in Nova Scotia" (pp.109-112). "Isaac Deschamps's Pisiquid Diary, 1756-57" (pp.99-108). Joyce Hemlow, Iris Shea and Keith Parker Smith's "William Hemlow (1814-1885) and the Liscomb Islands" (pp.82-98). D.G. Bell's "African-American Refugees to Annapolis Royal and Saint John, 1783; A Ship Passenger List" (pp.71-81). Very good. For the issue. 15.00

Title: "The Paradox of Bluenose II : Antimodernism, Capitalism and the Legacy of the Schooner Bluenose in Nova Scotia.

Author Name: SULLIVAN, Cheryl N.S. Historical Review 16:2

Categories: 888,

Publisher: Nova Scotia Historical Review, 1996,: 1996

Seller ID: 29661

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