in Ottawa .
Written in English
|Contributions||Canada. Royal Commission on Dominion Provincial Relations, 1937|
|LC Classifications||HC117 M4 S26|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||11148|
The history of the Maritime Provinces [J. M. Harper] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Saunders, S.A. (Stanley Alexander), Economic welfare of the Maritime provinces. Wolfville, N.S. A decade later, he marks his return to that subject with Looking for Bootstraps. Concerned about the region's future, he sought to explore and explain the reasons behind its lack of economic In , award-winning author Donald Savoie wrote a seminal book on economic development in the Maritimes: Visiting Grandchildren/5. The economic history of the Maritime provinces during the second half of the 19th and early 20th Centuries is rather complex. From the s to the s, the Maritimes underwent an intense period of industrialization and economic transformation characterized by a cycle of economic upswings and downturns.
Get this from a library! Looking for bootstraps: economic development in the Maritimes. [Donald J Savoie] -- "Donner Prize winning author explores economic instability in the Maritimes In , award-winning author Donald Savoie wrote a seminal book on economic development in the Maritimes: Visiting. New England and Canada's Maritime provinces share centuries-old connections. In New England and the Maritime Provinces leading scholars examine this important relationship through analysis of themes common to both regions and show the effects of the evolution of the region from a borderland with ill-defined boundaries to a bordered land with defined political 4/5(1). As their name suggests, Canada’s Maritime Provinces – Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island – are dominated by the sea, with a long, jagged coastline punctured by picturesque bays, sandy beaches, towering cliffs, some of the prettiest towns in Canada and the freshest, tastiest lobster in the world – Nova Scotia’s slogan “Canada’s ocean playground” is . The important and long-standing economic, social, and kinship ties between the United States and Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island were profoundly shaken by the Civil War. In this engaging and accessible account, Greg Marquis explores the shadow cast on the Maritimes and its people by America's bloodiest conflict. In Armageddon's Shadow chronicles 4/5(1).
Visiting Grandchildren looks to history, accidents of geography, and to the workings of national political and administrative institutions to explain the relative underdevelopment of the Maritime provinces. Savoie argues that the region must strive to redefine its relationship with the national government and with other regions, that it must Cited by: In a recent New Maritimes ' review of a book of essays on the economic history of Canada's Maritime Provinces, Anders Sandberg identified several as together representing a collective assault on the ideas of regional historians, such as T.W. Acheson and E.R. Forbes, who had previously linked the industrial decline of the Maritimes to the. Get this from a library! The economic history of the Maritime provinces. A study prepared for the Royal commission on dominion-provincial relations. [S A Saunders; Canada. Royal Commission on Dominion-Provincial Relations.]. International Maritime Economic History Assoc St John's Newfoundla $ Good, Dustjacket: No Jacket, Soft cover Book: Minor creasing and soiling on covers. Inscribed by author on title page. Sharp, J.J. Discovery in the North Atlantic From the 6th to 17th Century: Nimbus Publishing Limited Halifax $