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Titre : SAINT JOHN : the Making of a Colonial Urban ...
Éditeur : Uniiv.of Toronto Press,, Toronto
Date d'édition : 1985
Reliure : Hard Cover
Etat du livre : Fine
Etat de la jaquette : Fine
Edition : First Edition.
beige cloth, 314 pages, illustrated, maps, index, At the height of the Napoleonic Crisis the British timber markets were opened to the NorthAmerican colonies. The small town of Saint John very soon became an important port.by 1840 Saint John had become the third largest urban center in British North America. Size: 8 Vo. N° de réf. du libraire 1123705
Saint John, New Brunswick, was a small, stagnant mercantile town in 1800. Its character was set by its British garrison, a few prominent Loyalist officials, and a small merchant elite. But that character changed quickly and dramatically in the first half of the nineteenth century. T.W. Acheson traces the events that lead to the change and analyses their impact on the community.
A propos de l'auteur: T.W. Acheson is a member of the Department of History, University of New Brunswick.
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