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Title#21. Material History Bulletin (Spring 1985)
Alternative TitleBulletin d'histoire de la culture matérielle #21
SubjectMaterial culture--Canada
Children's paraphernalia--History
Children's clothing--Ontario--History--19th century
Child care--History--19th century
Infants--Care--History--19th century
Infants--Nutrition--History--19th century
PublisherNational Museum of Man
Place of PublicationOttawa, ON
ContributorsRiley, Barbara (editor)
Watt, Robert D., 1945- (editor)
Baeker, Gregory G., 1954-
Schlereth, Thomas J.
Nowell-Smith, Felicity
Bates, Christina
Russell, Hilary
Holmes, Janet, 1938-
Tivy, Mary
ContentsForeword. Introduction by Greg Baeker. -- Articles: The material culture of childhood: problems and potential in historical explanation by Thomas J. Schlereth. -- Feeding the nineteenth-century baby: implications for museum collections by Felicity Nowell-Smith. -- "Beauty unadorned" : dressing children in late nineteenth-century Ontario by Christina Bates. -- Training, restraining, and sustaining : infant and child care in the late nineteenth century by Hilary Russell. -- Economic choices and popular toys in the nineteenth Century by Janet Holmes. -- Nineteenth-Century Canadian children's games by Mary Tivy. -- Conference programme
Physical Extent114 p. : ill.
NotesThis issue of the Material History Bulletin contains a selection of papers delivered at Heritage Conference '85, "Children and Changing Perspectives on Childhood in the Nineteenth Century, " organized by the Ontario Museum Association and held in Toronto January 30 - February 2, 1985.
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.
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