Innis, Harold Adams, 1894-1952; Innis, Mary Quayle (association). Canadian Pacific Railway Company.
Innis, Harold Adams, 1894-1952; Innis, Mary Quayle (association). With 3 p. of advertisements at end. Bibliography: p. 325-337. Wendy Innis; Fisher Innis copy: Author's presentation copy to Mary Innis, dated April 13, 1923. With the bookplate of Harold Innis.
University of Toronto Press, 1956 - 418 pages. A lifelong student of political economy, Harold Innis became an internationally prominent social scientist and chief architect of the staples interpretation of Canadian history. From inside the book. An undergraduate student at McMaster University at the opening of World War I, Innis volunteered for military service. While in France, he was seriously wounded. What Innis experienced during the war contradicted popular beliefs at home that the Canadian identity was a pale reflection of British imperialism and deepened his nationalist outlook.
Harold Adams Innis FRSC (1894–1952) was a Canadian professor of political economy at the University of Toronto and the author of seminal works on media, communication theory, and Canadian economic history. Despite his dense and difficult prose, Innis was one of Canada's most original thinkers. Despite his dense and difficult prose, Innis was one of Canada's most original thinkers
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IN this study an attempt has been made to trace the history of the Canadian Pacific Railway from an evolutionary and scientific point of view.
Excerpt from A History of the Canadian Pacific Railway. IN this study an attempt has been made to trace the history of the Canadian Pacific Railway from an evolutionary and scientific point of view. Obviously, no conclusions can be reached in the matter of recommendations since no attempt is made to state a definite objective. Objectives are being formulated, and Excerpt from A History of the Canadian Pacific Railway.
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