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Urban History Review
Revue d'histoire urbaine

Volume 35, Number 2, Spring 2007 The Politics and Memory of Deindustrialization in Canada Guest-edited by Steven High

Table of contents (8 articles)

Articles

  1. Introduction
  2. Victoria Debates Its Post-industrial Reality: Tourism, Deindustrialization, and Store-Hour Regulations, 1900-1958
  3. When Ghosts Hovered: Community and Crisis in a Company Town, Britannia Beach, British Columbia, 1957-1965
  4. Industrial Sunrise? The Chrysler Bailout, the State, and the Re-industrialization of the Canadian Automotive Sector, 1975-1986
  5. Interpreting Personalized Industrial Heritage in the Mining Towns of Cumberland County, Nova Scotia: Landscape Examples from Springhill and River Hebert
  6. “A Future in the Past”? Tourism Development, Outport Archaeology, and the Politics of Deindustrialization in Newfoundland and Labrador in the 1990s
  1. Contributors / Collaborateurs

Public History Essay / Exhibition Review

  1. Deindustrialization as Public History: An Exhibition at the Manitoba Museum

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