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Urban History Review

Volume 24, Number 1, October 1995

Table of contents (19 articles)

Articles

  1. Housing in the Northwest Territories: the Post-War Vision
  2. Private Landlords and Redevelopment: "The Ward" in Toronto, 1890-1920
  3. The Historical Treatment of Urban Policing in Canada: A Review of the Literature
  4. Land and People: Property Investment in Late Pre-Industrial Montréal
  1. Contributors

Exhibition Review

Book Reviews

  1. The Carleton University History Collaborative, Urban and Community Development in Atlantic Canada 1867-1991. Hull: Canadian Museum of Civilization, History Division, Mercury Series Paper 44,1993. Pp. 146. 16 maps and 23 B&W photos. $19.95 paper
  2. Caulfield, Jon. City Form and Everyday Life: Toronto's Gentrification and Critical Social Practice. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1994. Pp. 253. B&W photos. $17.95 paper/$45.00 cloth
  3. Dendy, William. Lost Toronto: Images of the City's Past. Rev. and updated ed. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1993. pp. xvi, 256. 164 B&W photos, map, endnotes, and index. $29.99 paper
  4. Duffin, Jacalyn. Langstaff: A Nineteenth Century Medical Life. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1993. Pp. 383. Illustrations, figures, tables. $60 hard, $17.95 paper
  5. Gervais, C.H. The Border Police: 125 Years of Policing in Windsor. Waterloo: Penumbra Press, 1993. Pp. 160. Illustrations. Paper / Marquis, Greg. Policing Canada's Century: A History of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1993. Pp. 459. Illustrations. Hard
  6. Jackson, John N. and Sheila M. Wilson. St. Catharines: Canada's Canal City. St. Catharines, St. Catharines Standard, 1993 [originally 1992]. Pp. xiii, 413. Illustrations, maps, graphs, bibliography. ISBN 0-919549-24-1.
  7. Kalman, Harold. A History of Canadian Architecture. Toronto, New York, Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1994. Pp.  933. 2 volumes. 860 Black and White photographs. Bibliographies. Notes. Index. $95.00 (set) cloth.
  8. MacKay, Donald. The People's Railway: A History of Canadian National. Vancouver; Douglas & Mclntyre, 1992. 328 pp.
  9. Aspiring Women, Short Stories by Canadian Women, 1880-1900, and Pioneering Women, Short Stories by Canadian Women, Beginnings to 1880. Edited by Lorraine McMullen and Sandra Campbell. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1993.
  10. Turner, Larry. Ernestown: Rural Spaces, Urban Places: Odessa, Ontario: Corporation of the Township of Ernestown, 1993. Pp. 283. Bibliographical references, index, and black and white photographs. Can$47.50 Hard
  11. Wallace, C.M. and A. Thomson, eds. Sudbury: Rail Town to Regional Capital. Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1993, Pp. 303. Illustrations. ISBN 1-550002-170-2
  12. Levine, Marc V. The Reconquest of Montreal: Language Policy and Social Change in a Bilingual City. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1990. Pp. xviii, 285. Index. $US39.95 Hard
  1. Review Notes

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