Family Life and Sociability in Upper and Lower Canada, 1780-1870: A View from Diaries and Family Correspondence
She notes that courtship usually took place within the social network of interactions with kin and neighbours and shows that family life was located in a broad social space that included people of various ages. By examining the correspondence and diaries of francophone and anglophone middle-class families of various faiths, NoŽl presents touching stories of family life in the Canadas in the early nineteenth century.
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Courtship and Engagement
Housekeeping and Household Production
Childhood Accidents Illness and Death
1z Family Correspondence
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