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Book availability in Canada, 1752-1820, and the Scottish contribution

Fiona A. Black

Book availability in Canada, 1752-1820, and the Scottish contribution

by Fiona A. Black

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Thesis (Ph.D.) - Loughborough University, 1999.

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Book availability in Canada, 1752-1820, and the Scottish contribution by Fiona A. Black Download PDF EPUB FB2

The objectives of this study are threefold: to describe and analyse what reading material was available in Canada; to explain the business methods by which it was made available; and, to delineate by specific criteria the Scottish and the Scottish contribution book to such availability.

The study is the first to use newspaper advertisements, circulating library catalogues and business records to examine book Cited by: 1.

Wholesaling stationers in Scotland and Scottish general merchants in Canada are the two principal groups of Scots who contributed to early Canadian book availability. This study contributes new information to the book histories of both Scotland and Canada, and provides a methodological model for future comparative by: 1.

Book availability in Canada,and and the Scottish contribution book Scottish contribution. to delineate by specific criteria the Scottish contribution to such availability.\ud The study is the first to use newspaper advertisements, circulating library catalogues and\ud business records to examine book availability, at the individual title level, in selected Author: Fiona A.

Black. and Fiona A. Black, ‘Book Availability in Canada, –, and the Scottish Contribution’ (Unpublished Ph.D., Loughborough University ).Cited by: 1. Black, Fiona A. Book availability in Canada,and the Scottish contribution.

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Scottish Loyalists arrived in Canada from the United States in and settled mainly in Glengarry, Upper Canada, and Nova Scotia. Lord Selkirk also settled over Scottish migrants in Prince Edward Island in and placed many others in his Red River settlement in Manitoba.

The Scots and their descendants shaped place names and institutions, as well as the economic, political and cultural life of the country. Scots have been involved in every aspect of Canada's development.

A few of the many well-known Canadians of Scottish descent include Sir Alexander Tilloch Galt, James Bruce (Lord Elgin), Donald Alexander Smith (Lord Strathcona), William Lyon Mackenzie. It is unlawful to reproduce this book, or any portion thereof, apart from short passages for use in review, without permission from the publishers.

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This paper is drawn from a study which systematically researches the input of the Scots in English-language book availability in six Canadian towns in the period to Halifax, Saint John, Quebec, Montreal, Kingston and York, with the emphasis on Halifax.(6) The input is examined from the perspective of the personnel involved in the book trade in its broadest sense.

Get this from a library. Myth, migration, and the making of memory: Scotia and Nova Scotia, c [Marjory Harper; Michael E Vance; Gorsebrook Research Institute for Atlantic Canada Studies.;] -- Nova Scotia is the most 'Scottish' part of Canada, linked by bonds of Clearance and Gaelic culture.

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