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Urban History Review
Revue d'histoire urbaine

Number 2-77, October 1977

Table of contents (21 articles)

  1. The Resources of the Vancouver City Archives
  2. In Almost Perpetual Circles: Urban Preservation and the Municipal Advisory Committee in London, Ontario
  3. Edmonton's Perilous Course, 1904-1929
  4. A Local Society in Urban and Provincial Affairs: The History and Achievements of the Saskatoon Environmental Society
  5. Calgary: The City and the Petroleum Industry since World War Two
  6. "Canada's Urban Past": A Report on the Canadian Urban History Conference
  7. Notes and Comments

Book Reviews

  1. Broadfoot, Barry et al. The City of Vancouver. North Vancouver: J.J. Douglas, 1976. Pp. 183. Illustrations. $29.95 / Davis, Chuck, ed. The Vancouver Book. North Vancouver: J.J. Douglas, 1976. Pp. x, 498. Illustrations. $10.95
  2. McCann, L.D. Neighbourhoods in Transition: Processes of Land Use and Physical Change in Edmonton's Residential Areas. Occasional Papers #2. Studies in Geography. Edmonton: The University of Alberta, 1975. Pp. xv, 144. Maps. $3.00
  3. Foster, Harold D., editor. Victoria: Physical Environment and Development. Victoria: University of Victoria, 1976. Western Geographical Series, Volume 12. Pp. xviii, 334. Maps, illustrations. $4.00
  4. Jackson, John H. St. Catherines, Ontario: Its Early Years. Belleville, Ontario: Mika Publishing Co., 1976. Pp. 466. Illustrations, maps. $25.00
  5. Knight, David B. A Capital for Canada: Conflict and Compromise in the 19th Century, Chicago: The University of Chicago Department of Geography, Research Paper 182, 1977. Pp. xvii, 341. Maps, illustrations. $6.00 / Knight, David B. Choosing Canada's Capital: Jealousy and Friction in the 19th Century. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, The Carleton Library No. 105, 1977. Pp. xi, 228. Maps. $4.95
  6. Carpenter, J. H. The Badge and the Blotter: A History of the Lethbridge Police. Lethbridge: Whoop-Up Country Chapter, Historical Society of Alberta, 1975. Pp. viii, 157. Illustrated
  7. Harevan, Tamara K., editor. Family and Kin in Urban Communities, 1700-1930. New York: New Viewpoints, 1977. Pp. vii, 214. $5.95
  8. Young, Ken, ed., Essays on the Study of Urban Politics. Hamden, Conn.: Shoe String Press, Inc., 1975. Pp. xviii, 208. $15,00
  9. Archdeacon, Thomas J. New York City, 1664-1710: Conquest and Change. New York: Cornell University Press, 1976. Pp. 169. $9.75
  10. Barton, Josef J. Peasants and Strangers: Italians, Rumanians, and Slovaks in an American City, 1890-1950. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1976. $12.00
  11. Colman, William G., Cities, Suburbs, and States: Governing and Financing Urban America. New York: The Free Press, 1975. Pp. xi, 350. $14.25
  12. Condit, Carl W. The Railroad and the City: A Technological and Urbanistic History of Cincinnati, Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1977. Pp. xii, 335. Maps, tables, illustrations. $15.00
  13. Gray, Robert Q. The Labour Aristocracy in Victorian Edinburgh. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1976. Pp. 220. Tables, maps. £8.00
  14. Esslinger, Dean R. Immigrants and the City: Ethnicity and Mobility in a Nineteenth Century Midwestern City. Port Washington, New York: Kennikat Press, 1975. Pp. 56. Tables, maps. $9.95

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