Quebec: The Making of an Imperial Mercantile Community, 1760-1768

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Author/collaborator
Title
Quebec: The Making of an Imperial Mercantile Community, 1760-1768
Abstract
An examination of the growth of the British mercantile community in the town of Quebec under Governor James Murray. The author argues that the British merchants were not particularly successful in this period because of the interplay of local, imperial and international economic circumstances. The author includes an examination of the economic impact of the British garrison on Quebec.
Type
PhD dissertation
University
University of Alberta
Place
Edmonton, AB
Date
1992
Language
en
URL
Citation
Kerr, Linda. “Quebec: The Making of an Imperial Mercantile Community, 1760-1768.” PhD dissertation, University of Alberta, 1992. https://era.library.ualberta.ca/items/ccb5b34c-2c6c-4e3d-afaa-6fb555a79d5b/view/92823457-e80f-4358-a1e9-6efdddd56a3c/NN73081.pdf.
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