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Author Noel, Janet.

Title Canada dry : temperance crusades before Confederation / Jan Noel
Published Toronto ; Buffalo : University of Toronto Press, [1995]
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Description 1 online resource (vi, 310 pages) : illustrations
Series Heritage
Contents 1. Interpretations of Temperance -- 2. Atlantic Temperance: The Origins -- 3. Atlantic Temperance: Turning the Tide -- 4. Christmas in Montreal -- 5. Dry Goods and Dry Gospel -- 6. The Prophet -- 7. Mothers of the Millennium -- 8. Bringing In the Saints -- 9. Moving to Mainstream in Canada West -- 10. Nearly Dry -- 11. French Canada Awakens -- 12. Patriotism and Sackcloth -- 13. The Bottle and the Hudson's Bay Company -- 14. Red River Crusades -- 15. Millennium Refused -- 16. Conclusion -- Appendix A: U.S. Consumption of Spirits, 1780-1970 -- Appendix B: Canadian Alcohol Sales, 1871-1992 -- Appendix C: Temperance Societies in the Province of Canada, 1840-52
Summary <P>The Temperance movement has played a large part in the history of Canada. This overview by Jan Noel is the first major study of the subject since 1919. Noel's study is social history examining the forces that created the temperance movement and the effect of the movement on work, women, children, religion, and social structure.</P>
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Temperance -- history.
Temperance -- Canada -- History.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1487578563 (electronic bk.)
9781487578565 (electronic bk.)