Childhood and Family in Canadian HistoryBook - 1982
Drawing on archeological evidence, paintings, photographs, census records, case files, and parish rolls, the contributors to this collection of original essays draw a fascinating portrait of the lives of Canadian children from the seventeenth century onward, describing child labor practices,the many different models of child-rearing, the family structure and economy and the lives of children in and outside of institutions. Together, these articles constitute a strong, rich addition to Canadian social history.
Publisher: Toronto : McClelland and Stewart, c1982
Branch Call Number: 305.230971 CHI 1982
Characteristics: 221 p. : ill. ; 21 cm