by Gage, Institute of Canadian Studies at Carleton University in Toronto, [Ottawa] .
Written in English
|Statement||Fernand Ouellet ; translated under the auspices of the Institute of Canadian Studies ; preface by Robert Mandrou ; postscript by Allan Greer.|
|Series||Carleton library -- no. 120|
|Contributions||Carleton University. Institute of Canadian Studies|
|LC Classifications||HC117 .Q4 O9213|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 696 p. :|
|Number of Pages||696|
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Economic and Social History of Quebec by Fernand Ouellet, , Macmillan of Canada [Ottawa] Institute of Canadian Studies at Carleton University edition, in EnglishPages: Québec. The history of women in Québec was generally neglected before The advent of the feminist movement, combined with the "New social history" that featured the study of ordinary people, created a new demand for a historiography of women. The first studies, emerged from a feminist perspective, and stressed their role as the terms who. He was also the editor of Histoire Sociale (Social History) from to Ouellet is the author of several works on the history of nineteenth-century French Canada including Histoire économique et sociale du Québec, –, published , Le Bas-Canada, –, and Louis Joseph Papineau, un être divisé, published As one of the premier rare book sites on the Internet, Alibris has thousands of rare books, first editions, and signed books available. History; Lower Canada (Oxford) Lower Canada (Oxford) by Fernand Ouellet Economic and Social History of Quebec, Starting at $ Economy, Class & Nation in Quebec Price Range: $ - $
Dream of Nation: A Social and Intellectual History of Quebec () Wade, Mason. The French Canadians, (), standard history, pp online edition; Specialized studies. Armstrong, Elizabeth H. The Crisis of Quebec, () Armstrong, Robert. Structure and Change: An Economic History of Québec () Atherton, William Henry. Fernand Ouellet, Economic and Social History of Québec, (Ottawa: Institute of Canadian Studies, Carleton University, ), passim.] While Québec industrialized at a painfully slow pace, across the border, in New England, there were abundant employment opportunities in the textile mills. The paper is updated from a paper delivered at the conference in honour of Jean Hamelin which was held at Université Laval in November The bibliographical survey prepared for the first version of this paper was updated through a systematic compilation of titles and graduate work in twentieth-century Quebec economic history since New England headed north to profit from the economic opportunities afforded them by the acquisition of New France.1 Being citizens of the Empire, they were entitled to move freely in the province, but as relations worsened between Britain and its American colonies in the s, their access to the region became a contentious issue. AsAuthor: Clarence Epstein.
"L'alphabétisation et son histoire au Québec: état de la question," in Yvan Lamonde ed., Aspects de l'histoire de l'imprimé au Québec (18ee s). (Quebec: Institut québécois de recherche sur la culture, ), "Postscript," in Fernand Ouellet, Economic and Social History of Quebec (Toronto: Macmillan, ), Description: The Journal of Economic History is devoted to the multidisciplinary study of history and economics, and is of interest not only to economic historians but to social and demographic historians, as well as economists in general. The journal has broad coverage, in terms of both methodology and geographic scope. Topics covered include money and banking, trade, manufacturing. The Political Culture of Quebec, –* - Volume 16 Issue 1 - Ralph Heintzman 25 Ouellet, Fernand, Histoire économiqiie et sociale dn Québec – (Montreal: Fides, ), The same point is made in Vigod, “Responses to Economic and Social Change in Quebec,” ↑ Fernand Ouellet, Economic and Social History of Québec, – Structures and Conjunctures (). ↑ Greer, Allan (). The Patriots and the People: The Rebellion of in Rural Lower Canada.