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Title#19. Material History Bulletin (Spring 1984)
Alternative TitleBulletin d'histoire de la culture matérielle #19
SubjectMaterial culture--Canada
Canada--Civilization
Housekeeping
Stoves--Great Britain--History
Stoves--Canada--History
Logging--Ontario--Equipment and supplies
Cabinetmakers
Domestics--Canada--History
Manufacturing industries--Alberta--Directories
Gardens--Ontario--Waterloo Region
Chattel mortgages
PublisherNational Museum of Man
Place of PublicationOttawa, ON
Date1984
ContributorsRiley, Barbara (editor)
Watt, Robert D., 1945- (editor)
Russell, Hilary
Radforth, Ian Walter, 1952-
McIntyre, W. John (William John), 1951-
Barber, Marilyn
Morton, Sandra
Patterson, Nancy-Lou
Holman, H.T.
ContentsArticles: "Canadian Ways" : an introduction to comparative studies of housework, stoves and diet in Great Britain and Canada by Hillary Russell. -- In the bush : the changing world of work in Ontario's pulpwood logging industry during the Twentieth Century by Ian Radforth. -- From workshop to factory : the furnituremaker by W. John McIntyre. -- Below stairs : the domestic servant by Marilyn J. Barber. -- Research reports: Inventory of secondary manufacturing companies in Alberta, 1880-1914 by Sandra Morton. -- Waterloo Region gardens in the Germanic tradition by Nancy-Lou Patterson. -- "Now this Indenture Witnesseth...": some comments on the use of chattel mortgages in material history research by H.T. Holman. -- Notes and comments. -- Reviews
Physical Extent115 p. : ill.
LocationCanada
Canada--Alberta
Canada--Ontario
Great Britain
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(24.69 MB) -- http://collections.mun.ca/PDFs/cbu/Bulletin19.pdf
CollectionMaterial Culture Review