Apprenticeship in Early Nineteenth Century Quebec, 1793-1815

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Title
Apprenticeship in Early Nineteenth Century Quebec, 1793-1815
Abstract
A study of the social and economic conditions of apprenticeship in Quebec City and its suburbs at the turn of the nineteenth century. Bakers, blacksmiths, coopers, shoemakers, ship carpenters, tailors, and wood-workers are examined. Includes information on the differences and similarities of apprenticeship practices between the city's French-speaking and English-speaking communities.
Type
Master's Thesis
University
Université Laval
Place
Québec
Date
1969
Language
en
Citation
Ruddell, David. “Apprenticeship in Early Nineteenth Century Quebec, 1793-1815.” Master’s Thesis, Université Laval, 1969.
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