Digital Archives Initiative
Material Culture Review
menu off  add document to favorites : add page to favorites : reference url back to results : previous : next
 
 Search this object:
  
 0 hit(s) :: previous hit : next hit
  View:    
  previous page : next page
Document Description
Title#15. Material History Bulletin (Summer 1982)
Alternative TitleBulletin d'histoire de la culture matérielle #15
SubjectMaterial culture--Canada
Canada--Civilization
House furnishings--Atlantic Provinces
Interior decoration--Nova Scotia
Newfoundland and Labrador--Social life and customs
Wake services--Newfoundland and Labrador
Army life
Family life--Nova Scotia--Louisbourg--History
Furniture--Atlantic Provinces--History
Cabinetwork--Nova Scotia
Cabinetwork--Prince Edward Island
PublisherNational Museum of Man
Place of PublicationOttawa, ON
Date1982
ContributorsTisdel, Gaston (editor)
Watt, Robert D., 1945- (editor)
Pocius, Gerald L.
O'Dea, Shane
Dale, Linda
Wareham, Wilfred W.
Butler, Gary Reginald, 1953-
Donovan, Kenneth Joseph, 1950-
Whitfield, Carol M.
Webster, Donald Blake
Lackey, Thomas
Elwood, Marie
Rogers, Irene L.
Dilworth, T.G.
Greenaway, Cora
Foss, Charles H., 1915-
Orr, David
Dickenson, Victoria
Kapelos, George
ContentsArticles: Introduction by Neil V. Rosenberg and Shane O'Dea. -- Interior forms. Interior functions: Interior motives : Rooms, objects, and meaning in Atlantic Canada homes by Gerald L. Pocius. -- The development of heating and cooking technology in the Newfoundland house by Shane O'Dea. -- A woman's touch: domestic arrangements in the rural Newfoundland home by Linda Dale. -- Aspects of socializing and partying in outport Newfoundland by Wilfred W. Wareham. -- Sacred and profane space: ritual interaction and process in the Newfoundland house wake by Gary R. Butler. -- Communities and families: family life and living conditions in Eighteenth-Century Louisbourg by Kenneth Donavan. -- Barracks life in the nineteenth century, or How and why Tommy's lot improved by Carol M. Whitfield. -- Furniture: Furniture and the Atlantic Canada condition by Donald Blake Webster. -- Folk influence in Nova Scotia interiors: the Lunenburg County example by Thomas Lackey. -- Halifax cabinet-makers, 1837-1875: apprenticeships by Marie Elwood. -- Cabinet-making in Prince Edward Island by Irene Rogers. -- Thomas Nisbet: a reappraisal of his life and work by T.G. Dilworth. -- Decorated walls and ceilings in Nova Scotia by Cora Greenaway. -- Room decorating in the first half of the Nineteenth Century by Charles H. Foss. -- Traditional furniture of Atlantic Canada: Commentary by David Orr. -- Collectors, dealers and museums: private initiative and public responsibility: a roundatable discussion. -- Closing remarks: Victoria Dickenson, George Kapelos
Physical Extent104 p. : ill.
LocationCanada--Nova Scotia
Canada--Newfoundland and Labrador
Canada--Prince Edward Island
Canada--Atlantic Provinces
NotesSpecial issue: Proceedings of the Atlantic Canada Institute Colloquium: Interiors: Cultural patterns in the Atlantic Canadian home.
ISSN0703-489X
TypeText
Resource TypeElectronic journal; Periodical
SourceCape Breton University
LanguageEng; Fre
FormatImage/jpeg; Application/pdf
Journal HistoryThe Material History Bulletin was published 1976-Fall 1990 (nos. 1-32). The name was then changed to the Material History Review, published Spring 1991-Fall 2005 (nos. 33-62). The name changed again to Material Culture Review, Spring 2006 (no. 63)-present. Published semiannually.
PDF File(19.77 MB) -- http://collections.mun.ca/PDFs/cbu/Bulletin15.pdf
CollectionMaterial Culture Review