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Tuberculosis in Town: Mobility of Patients in Montreal, 1925–1950
In the second quarter of the twentieth century, the ideal management of tuberculosis called for confinement and immobilization of the patient over a span of one or more years. At the same time, NorthExpand
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“Proper Objects of This Institution”: Working Families, Children, and the British & Canadian School
Established in 1822 “for the education of the children of the labouring class,” Montreal’s British and Canadian School Society enabled working families of various ethnic backgrounds to have theirExpand
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Images du danger dans les archives judiciaires. Comprendre la violence et le vagabondage dans un centre urbain du début du XIXe siècle, Montréal (1810-1842)
La violence perpetree contre les femmes vagabondes comprennent aussi bien des gestes commis par des hommes sur des prostituees que des agressions entre femmes. Les archives des tribunaux et de laExpand
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Upstairs forHebrew, Downstairs for English: The Jewish Community of Ste-Sophie, Quebec and Strategies for Public Education, 1914-1952
In general, Jews were outsiders with regard to Quebec’s public school system until the 1960s. Few were hired as teachers before the mid-twentieth century, and they could not be elected to schoolExpand
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