The Four Lives of Pointe St. Charles

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Title
The Four Lives of Pointe St. Charles
Abstract
A history of the Pointe from the time it was a hunting and fishing area for Aboriginal people, to its transformation into a colonial agricultural area, to its becoming a nineteenth century industrial zone with the building of the Lachine Canal, to its twentieth century residential gentrification development.
Book Title
Grassroots, Greystones & Glass Towers: Montreal Urban Issues and Architecture
Place
Montreal
Publisher
Véhicule Press
Date
1989
Pages
176-188
Language
en
Citation
Sijpkes, Pieter. “The Four Lives of Pointe St. Charles.” In Grassroots, Greystones & Glass Towers: Montreal Urban Issues and Architecture, edited by Bryan Demchinsky, 176–188. Montreal: Véhicule Press, 1989.
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