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eBook Les Récoltes des forêts publiques au Québec et en Ontario, 1840-1900 (Studies on the History of Quebec/Études d’histoire du Quebec) (French Edition) ePub

by Guy Gaudreau

  • ISBN: 0773517839
  • Category: Nature and Ecology
  • Subcategory: Math Science
  • Author: Guy Gaudreau
  • Language: French
  • Publisher: McGill-Queen's University Press (February 25, 1999)
  • Pages: 1
  • ePub book: 1729 kb
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  • Rating: 4.4
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Gaudreau's work provides an important historiographic corrective, showing that the history of Quebec is part of a complex fabric that, like the forests themselves, does not recognize provincial boundaries. Detailed annual data on the volume of principal forest products produced from Crown lands in Quebec and Ontario during the second half of the nineteenth century compiled systematically for the first time form the backbone of this study.

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During my recent studies on the lepidopterous miners in the needles of various conifers, I have found several undescribed species. One of them occurs near Ottawa, Ontario, and in Nova Scotia. La maladie est presente dans plusieurs Etats americains ainsi qu'en Ontario et au Quebec. Au Quebec, elle a ete rapportee pour la premiere fois en 1990, dans. la region de Fort-Coulonge, en Outaouais.

Studies on the History of Quebec/Etudes D'Histoire Du Quebec. Gaudreau's work provides an important historiographic corrective, showing that the history of Quebec is part of a complex fabric that, like the forests themselves, does not recognize provincial boundaries.

Gaudreau's work provides an important historiographic corrective, showing that the history of Quebec is part of.

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Quebec has played a special role in French history; the modern province occupies much of the land where French settlers founded the colony of Canada (New France) in the 17th and 18th centuries. The population is predominantly French-speaking and Roman Catholic, with a large Anglophone minority, augmented in recent years by immigrants from Asia. The political alienation of the Francophones from the Anglophones has been a persistent theme since the late 19th century.

Focusing on the transition from the production of squared timber to that of milled lumber and, finally, wood pulp, Gaudreau traces the constant depletion of the resource and the companies' resulting, inexorable push westward from Quebec into Ontario - an economic migration that led to the establishment of significant francophone communities across northern Ontario. He shows how recent generations of Quebec historians have failed to provide adequate historical explanations because of an overly exclusive focus on Quebec. Gaudreau's work provides an important historiographic corrective, showing that the history of Quebec is part of a complex fabric that, like the forests themselves, does not recognize provincial boundaries. Detailed annual data on the volume of principal forest products produced from Crown lands in Quebec and Ontario during the second half of the nineteenth century compiled systematically for the first time form the backbone of this study. Based on these data Gaudreau describes and clarifies the timing, scale, and significance of transitions in forest outputs as spruce joined pine as the principal type of wood logged and as milled lumber and subsequently pulp wood joined, and eventually replaced, square timber as the key product. The book addresses the implications of resource depletion and the economic and historical changes in the forestry industry, including the transition from a commercial and artisanal process to an industrial process and the implications this had for colonization and migration.