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Readings in Canadian social history

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McClelland and Stewart,1982- , Toronto, Ont
Canada -- Economic conditions, Canada -- Social condi
Other titlesCanada"s age of industry, 1849-1896., Modern Canada, 1930-1980"s., New France to the Conquest, 1760., Pre-industrial Canada, 1760-1849., The consolidation of capitalism, 1869-1929.
Statementedited by Michael S. Cross and Gregory S. Kealey.
ContributionsCross, Michael S., Kealey, Gregory S., 1948-
LC ClassificationsHN103 R42
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20760882M
ISBN 100771024614, 0771024584, 0771024657, 0771024584

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