Une occupation industrielle au coeur d'un village : les moulins de la Price Brothers and Company

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Title
Une occupation industrielle au coeur d'un village : les moulins de la Price Brothers and Company
Abstract
In 1845, William Price (1789-1867) was a timber merchant who owned or controlled lumber mills on the Saguenay and the north shore of Quebec from La Malbaie to Rivière-Noir. One of the north shore mills was on Rivière Mitis. A village sprung up at the site, known as Price Mills. The author describes the archaeological work undertaken at the site.
Book Title
Air: archéologie du Québec: territoire et peuplement
Place
Montréal
Publisher
Éditions de l'Homme
Date
2015
Pages
195
Language
fr
Citation
Villeneuve, Josée. “Une occupation industrielle au coeur d’un village : les moulins de la Price Brothers and Company.” In Air: archéologie du Québec: territoire et peuplement, edited by Jean-Yves Pintal, Jean Provencher, and Gisèle Piédalue, 195. Montréal: Éditions de l’Homme, 2015.
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