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Dwelling Places and Social Spaces: Revealing the Environments of Urban Workers in Victoria Using Historical GIS
The Pacific Northwest underwent rapid economic growth in the late 19th century and cities on both sides of the Canada/US border burgeoned. The building boom was sustained by a large cohort ofExpand
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Geographies of sexual commerce and the production of prostitutional space: Victoria, British Columbia, 1860–1914
The essay considers the geography and economic significance of the sex trade in Victoria, British Columbia, a city that has historically associated itself with notions of gentility and images ofExpand
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Kindling the Sparky The Era of One-Room Schools : An Anthology of Teachers ' Experiences
W hen the BC Ret i red Teachers' Association was established in 1945, Max Cameron was completing his landmark Inquiry into Educational Finance. The provincial government accepted Cameron'sExpand
Sex, Charades, and Census Records: Locating Female Sex Trade Workers in a Victorian City
Prostitution was a prominent issue in Canada during the late nineteenth century. In many Canadian cities, female sex-trade workers resided in brothels located in so-called red-light districts.Expand
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