Urban History Review

Number 1-78, June 1978

Table of contents (15 articles)

  1. The City of Kingston Archives
  2. Regina and Saskatoon as Retirement Centres
  3. From Coal to Forest Products: The Changing resource Base of Nanaimo, B.C.
  4. First International Conference on the History of Urban and Regional Planning: A Report
  5. Urban Histotry in the British Idiom
  6. Resource Towns as New Towns
  7. Notes and Comments
  8. Thesis Abstracts / Antonio Pucci. "The Italian Community in Fort William's East End in the Early Twentieth Century." M.A. Thesis, Lakehead University, 1977, 302 pp.

Book Reviews

  1. Winnipeg's Civil Political History and the Logic of Structural Urban Reform: A Review Article
  2. Lutman, John H. The Historic Heart of London. London: The Corporation of the City of London, 1977. Pp. iii, 75. Illustrations, maps. $3.95
  3. Kloppenborg, Anne; Niwinski, Alice; Johnson, Eve; and Gruetter, Robert, eds. Vancouver's First Century: A City Album 1860-1960. Vancouver: J.J. Douglas, 1977. Pp. xx, 154. Illustrations. $19.95
  4. Hayward, Robert J. Fire Insurance Plans in the National Map Collection / Plan d’Assurance-Incendie de la Collection Nationale de Cartes et Plans. Ottawa : National Map Collection, Public Archives of Canada, 1977 / Ottawa : Collection Nationale de Cartes et Plans, Archives Publiques Canada, 1977. Pp. xxvi, 171. Free
  5. Boyce, Gerald E. Belleville: Birth of the City. Belleville: Richard Ellis Printing for the Quinte Kiwanis Club, 1977. Pp. 56. Illustrations
  6. Reynolds, A. "Siding 16": An Early History of Wetaskiwin to 1930. Wetaskiwin: Wetaskiwin Alberta - R.C.M.P. Cetennial Committee, 1975. Pp. ix, 304. Maps, illustrations. $10.40
  7. Powell, J.M., editor. Urban and Industrial Australia. Melbourne: Sorrett Publishing, 1974. Pp. 252