By R. W. Sandwell
Before the second one international struggle, Canada was once a rural nation. not like so much industrializing international locations, Canada’s rural inhabitants grew during the century after 1871 – whether it declined as a share of the whole inhabitants. Rural Canadians additionally differed of their lives from rural populations somewhere else. In a rustic ruled by means of a harsh northern weather, a quick turning out to be season, remoted families and groups, and terrible land, they generally depended on 3 ever-shifting pillars of help: the sale of money vegetation, subsistence from the neighborhood setting, and salary paintings off the farm.
Canada’s Rural Majority is an interesting and obtainable historical past of this certain event, together with not just Canada’s farmers, but additionally the hunters, gardeners, fishers, miners, loggers, and cannery employees who lived and labored in rural Canada. targeting the family, the surroundings, and the group, Canada’s Rural Majority is a compelling school room source and a useful evaluation of this understudied element of Canadian history.
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Canada's Rural Majority: Households, Environments, and Economies, 1870-1940 (Themes in Canadian History) by R. W. Sandwell