Educational Influences in the Development of English-Speaking Culture in Post-Conquest Quebec, 1760-1800

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Educational Influences in the Development of English-Speaking Culture in Post-Conquest Quebec, 1760-1800
Abstract
The author examines the survival of the English-speaking culture in Quebec in the first forty years of British rule in a land that hitherto had been the exclusive home of French-speaking culture. The author concludes that the reason for the survival of the English language in this alien atmosphere was due to the educational influences of the English-speaking family, the Protestant church and clergy, English language private schools, newspapers, the legal system and the apprentice system.
Type
Master's Thesis
University
University of British Columbia
Place
Vancouver, BC
Date
1970
# of Pages
vii-221p.
Language
en
URL
Citation
Ruskin, Olga. “Educational Influences in the Development of English-Speaking Culture in Post-Conquest Quebec, 1760-1800.” Master’s Thesis, University of British Columbia, 1970. https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/26d2/a5c6a861e8f386e9e0fbbe58ad0416fea0b7.pdf?_ga=2.97831775.1922432447.1576551377-1007508903.1514749435.
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