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Urban History Review
Revue d'histoire urbaine

Volume 10, Number 2, October 1981

Table of contents (12 articles)

Articles

  1. Theory and Observation: A Perspective on Consumer Trip Behaviour and the Decline of the Ontario Hamlet
  2. Growth, Trade, and Urban Development of Staple Regions
  3. Sliders and Backsliders: Toronto's Sunday Tobogganing Controversy of 1912
  1. Notes and Comments: Indexing and abstracting services; Contributors; Cover photograph; Notes; Comments / Notes et commentaires : indexation et services d’indexation; Collaborateurs; Photo de la page couverture; Notes; Commentaires
  2. Bibliography: Recent Publications Relating to Canada's Urban Past / Bibliographie : Contributions récentes à l’histoire urbaine du Canada

Book Reviews / Comptes rendus

Book Notes / Notes bibliographiques

  1. Thesis Abstracts / Résumés des thèses / Anne Germain, « Les mouvements de réforme urbaine à Montréal au tournant du siècle : modes de développement, modes d’urbanisation et transformations de la scène politique. » Thèse de doctorat, Département de Sociologie, Université de Montréal, 1980 / Edward J. Noble, "Men and Circumstances: Entrepreneurs and Community Growth, A Case Study of Orillia, Ontario, 1867-1898." Ph.D. Thesis, University of Guelph, Department of History, 1980 / D.D. Peterson, "Wholesale Trade Between Edmonton and Selected Northern Communities." M.A. Thesis, University of Alberta, Department of Geography, 1978 / R.G. Graden, "The Planning of New Residential Areas in Edmonton, 1950-1976." M.A. Thesis, University of Alberta, Department of Geography, 1979 / L. Y. Luciuk, "Ukrainians in the Making: Their Kingston Story." M.A. Thesis, Queen's University, Department of Geography, 1979 / Jeanette I. Rice, "From Crown to City: The Urban Land Development Process in Kingston, Ontario, 1800-1900." M.A. Thesis, Queen's University, Department of Geography, 1980 / G.J. Levine, "In God's Service: The Role of the Anglican, Methodist, Presbyterian, and Roman Catholic Churches in the Cultural Geography of Late Nineteenth-Century Kingston." Ph.D. Thesis, Queen's University, Department of Geography, 1980

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