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The Resource A nation of immigrants : women, workers, and communities in Canadian history, 1840s-1960s, edited by Franca Iacovetta, with Paula Draper and Robert Ventresca, (electronic resource)

A nation of immigrants : women, workers, and communities in Canadian history, 1840s-1960s, edited by Franca Iacovetta, with Paula Draper and Robert Ventresca, (electronic resource)

Label
A nation of immigrants : women, workers, and communities in Canadian history, 1840s-1960s
Title
A nation of immigrants
Title remainder
women, workers, and communities in Canadian history, 1840s-1960s
Statement of responsibility
edited by Franca Iacovetta, with Paula Draper and Robert Ventresca
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Dewey number
971
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1957-
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  • Iacovetta, Franca
  • Draper, Paula
  • Ventresca, Robert
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Immigrants
  • Minorities
  • Working class
  • Women
  • Canada
  • Canada
  • Canada
Label
A nation of immigrants : women, workers, and communities in Canadian history, 1840s-1960s, edited by Franca Iacovetta, with Paula Draper and Robert Ventresca, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Reprinted 2002, 2007
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
Topic 1. Irish in Nineteenth-Century Canada: Class, Culture, and Conflict -- Orange Order and Social Violence in Mid-Nineteenth Century Saint John / Scott W. See -- St. Patrick's Day Parades in Nineteenth-Century Toronto: A Study of Immigrant Adjustment and Elite Control / Michael Cottrell -- Topic 2. American Blacks in Nineteenth-Century Ontario: Challenging the Stereotypes -- Black Population of Canada West on the Eve of the American Civil War: A Reassessment Based on the Manuscript Census of 1861 / Michael Wayne -- 'Self-Reliance Is the True Road to Independence': Ideology and the Ex-Slaves in Buxton and Chatham / Howard Law -- Mary Ann Shadd and the Search for Equality / Jason H. Silverman -- Topic 3. Settling the Canadian West: The 'Exotic' Continentals -- Roumanian Pioneer / Anne B. Woywitka -- Ukrainian Impress on the Canadian West / James W. Darlington -- Topic 4. 'Women's Work': Paid Labour, Community-Building, and Protest -- 'I Won't Be a Slave!' Finnish Domestics in Canada, 1911-1930 / Varpu Lindstrom -- Abraham's Daughters: Women, Charity, and Power in the Canadian Jewish Community / Paula J. Draper and Janice B. Karlinsky -- Topic 5. Men without Women: 'Bachelor' Workers and Gendered Identities -- Men without Women: Italian Migrants in Canada, 1885-1930 / Robert F. Harney -- Bachelor Workers / Anthony B. Chan -- Bachelors, Boarding-Houses, and Blind Pigs: Gender Construction in a Multi-Ethnic Mining Camp, 1909-1920 / Nancy M. Forestell -- Topic 6. Demanding Rights, Organizing for Change: Militants and Radicals -- Finnish Radicalism and Labour Activism in the Northern Ontario Woods / Ian Radforth -- Sewing Solidarity: The Eaton's Strike of 1912 / Ruth A. Frager -- Relief Strike: Immigrant Workers and the Great Depression in Crowland, Ontario, 1930-1935 / Carmela Patrias -- Topic 7. Encountering the 'Other': Society and State Responses, 1900s-1930s -- Disgrace to 'Christian Canada': Protestant Foreign Missionary Concerns about the Treatment of South Asians in Canada, 1907-1940 / Ruth Compton Brouwer -- State Repression of Labour and the Left in Canada, 1914-1920: The Impact of the First World War / Gregory S. Kealey -- 'The line must be drawn somewhere': Canada and Jewish Refugees, 1933-1939 / Irving Abella and Harold Troper -- Topic 8. Regulating Minorities in 'Hot' and 'Cold' War Contexts, 1939-1960s -- Ethnic Relations in Wartime: Nationalism and European Minorities in Alberta during the Second World War / Howard Palmer -- Making 'New Canadians': Social Workers, Women, and the Reshaping of Immigrant Families / Franca Iacovetta
Control code
ocn647920654
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xiv, 513 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781442687271
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)647920654
Label
A nation of immigrants : women, workers, and communities in Canadian history, 1840s-1960s, edited by Franca Iacovetta, with Paula Draper and Robert Ventresca, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Reprinted 2002, 2007
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Color
multicolored
Contents
Topic 1. Irish in Nineteenth-Century Canada: Class, Culture, and Conflict -- Orange Order and Social Violence in Mid-Nineteenth Century Saint John / Scott W. See -- St. Patrick's Day Parades in Nineteenth-Century Toronto: A Study of Immigrant Adjustment and Elite Control / Michael Cottrell -- Topic 2. American Blacks in Nineteenth-Century Ontario: Challenging the Stereotypes -- Black Population of Canada West on the Eve of the American Civil War: A Reassessment Based on the Manuscript Census of 1861 / Michael Wayne -- 'Self-Reliance Is the True Road to Independence': Ideology and the Ex-Slaves in Buxton and Chatham / Howard Law -- Mary Ann Shadd and the Search for Equality / Jason H. Silverman -- Topic 3. Settling the Canadian West: The 'Exotic' Continentals -- Roumanian Pioneer / Anne B. Woywitka -- Ukrainian Impress on the Canadian West / James W. Darlington -- Topic 4. 'Women's Work': Paid Labour, Community-Building, and Protest -- 'I Won't Be a Slave!' Finnish Domestics in Canada, 1911-1930 / Varpu Lindstrom -- Abraham's Daughters: Women, Charity, and Power in the Canadian Jewish Community / Paula J. Draper and Janice B. Karlinsky -- Topic 5. Men without Women: 'Bachelor' Workers and Gendered Identities -- Men without Women: Italian Migrants in Canada, 1885-1930 / Robert F. Harney -- Bachelor Workers / Anthony B. Chan -- Bachelors, Boarding-Houses, and Blind Pigs: Gender Construction in a Multi-Ethnic Mining Camp, 1909-1920 / Nancy M. Forestell -- Topic 6. Demanding Rights, Organizing for Change: Militants and Radicals -- Finnish Radicalism and Labour Activism in the Northern Ontario Woods / Ian Radforth -- Sewing Solidarity: The Eaton's Strike of 1912 / Ruth A. Frager -- Relief Strike: Immigrant Workers and the Great Depression in Crowland, Ontario, 1930-1935 / Carmela Patrias -- Topic 7. Encountering the 'Other': Society and State Responses, 1900s-1930s -- Disgrace to 'Christian Canada': Protestant Foreign Missionary Concerns about the Treatment of South Asians in Canada, 1907-1940 / Ruth Compton Brouwer -- State Repression of Labour and the Left in Canada, 1914-1920: The Impact of the First World War / Gregory S. Kealey -- 'The line must be drawn somewhere': Canada and Jewish Refugees, 1933-1939 / Irving Abella and Harold Troper -- Topic 8. Regulating Minorities in 'Hot' and 'Cold' War Contexts, 1939-1960s -- Ethnic Relations in Wartime: Nationalism and European Minorities in Alberta during the Second World War / Howard Palmer -- Making 'New Canadians': Social Workers, Women, and the Reshaping of Immigrant Families / Franca Iacovetta
Control code
ocn647920654
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xiv, 513 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781442687271
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)647920654

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