Geographical Determinants in Canadian History

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Title
Geographical Determinants in Canadian History
Abstract
Includes a short economic account of the dominance of Montreal merchants over the Canadian hinterland. The author continues his diatribe against English Quebecers by claiming that Montreal businessmen have been "disliked" for their aggressiveness as far back as the early nineteenth century.
Book Title
Essays in Canadian History: Presented to George Mackinnon Wrong for his Eightieth Birthday
Place
Toronto, CA
Publisher
The Macmillan Company of Canada
Date
1939
Pages
229-252
Language
en
Citation
Lower, A. R. M. “Geographical Determinants in Canadian History.” In Essays in Canadian History: Presented to George Mackinnon Wrong for His Eightieth Birthday, edited by Ralph Flenley, 229–252. Toronto, CA: The Macmillan Company of Canada, 1939.
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