7. Project References

Burman, Richard. (2002). 20th Century Griffintown: Book One & Two (1st ed.). Montreal: St. Patrick’s Society of Montreal.

Brown, James D. & Hannis, David. (2008). Community Development in Canada. Toronto: Pearson Education Canada.

DeLottinville, Peter. (2006). Joe Beef of Montreal: Working-Class Culture, Community, and the Tavern, 1869-1889. In R. Douglas Francis & Donald B. Smith (Eds.), Readings in Canadian History: Post-Confederation (pp. 370-390). Toronto: Thomson.

Gravenor, Kristian. (2004, March 11). Last Irishman Standing. Montreal Mirror, 19 (38).

Jarry-Shore, Dominique. (2008, January-February). A beautiful day in the neighbourhood: Citizens’ Committee cleans up in Montreal. This Magazine, 6.

Lejtenyi, Patrick. (2008, March 20). Griffintown Under Siege. Montreal Mirror, 23 (39).

Patry, Andre. Le Vieux Montreal: Un passé toujours present. Ottawa: Lavalin, Inc., 1982.

Prevost, Robert. (1993). Montreal: A History (2nd ed.). Toronto: McClelland & Stewart Inc.

Riga, A. (2007, November 22). Huge Griffintown plan unveiled. Montreal Gazette, p. A1.

Roberts, Leslie. (1969). Montreal: From Mission Colony To World City (1st ed.). Toronto: Macmillan of Canada.

Ville Montreal Gestion de documents et archives

Williams, David M., Montreal  1850-1870 : City Life in Canada One Hundred Years Ago. Montreal: Gage Educational Publishing, Ltd., 1971.


3 responses to “7. Project References

  • Amy

    Hi there – I am currently writing on-line curriculum to support teachers in grade 8 French Immersion Canadian History (1850-1914) for the Ontario Ministry of Education. Some of these stories and pictures are fascinating and could be used to show the lifestyle and history of our nation. I was wondering if I could use some of the resources to support the course I am writing.

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