Urban History Review

Volume 31, Number 1, Fall 2002 Special Issue on 19th-Century Montreal Guest-edited by Jason Gilliland

Table of contents (11 articles)


  1. Society and Space in the Industrial City: Introduction
  2. Protestant Restructuring in the Canadian City: Church and Mission in the Industrial Working-Class District of Griffintown, Montreal
  3. Le déclin de la maison de fond de cour à Montréal, 1880–1920
  4. The Creative Destruction of Montreal: Street Widenings and Urban (Re)Development in the Nineteenth Century
  5. The Cemetery and Cultural Memory: Montreal, 1860–1900
  1. Contributors / Collaborateurs
  2. Exhibit Review: Dundas Street Haunts, East and West at the Art Gallery of Ontario
  3. Our 30th Anniversary : In the Beginning. . .

Book Reviews  / Comptes rendus

  1. Germain, Annick and Damaris Rose. Montréal. The Quest for a Metropolis, Chichester, John Wiley and Sons, Ltd., 2000, xiv-306p
  2. Ducoudray, Émile, Raymonde Monnier, et Daniel Roche (editors), graphic conceptualization by Alexandra Laclau. Atlas de la Révolution française, 11: Paris, Paris: École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, 2000. Pp. 132. Illustrations, maps, bibliography
  3. H. V. Nelles. The Art of Nation-Building: Pageantry and Spectacle at Quebec's Tercentenary. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1999. Pp 397