Montreal Banks and the Urban Development of Quebec, 1840-1914

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Authors/collaborators
Title
Montreal Banks and the Urban Development of Quebec, 1840-1914
Abstract
The author argues that the large Montreal-based banks that were run by Anglophones used implicit racial criteria when deciding in which towns to open branches, and which businessmen to engage as customers.
Book Title
Shaping the Urban Landscape: Aspects of the Canadian City-Building Process
Place
Ottawa, ON
Publisher
Carleton University Press
Date
1982
Pages
65-83
Language
en
Citation
Rudin, Ronald. “Montreal Banks and the Urban Development of Quebec, 1840-1914.” In Shaping the Urban Landscape: Aspects of the Canadian City-Building Process, edited by Gilbert Stelter and Alan Artibise, 65–83. Ottawa, ON: Carleton University Press, 1982.
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