The History of Immigration and Racism in Canada: Essential Readings

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Barrington Walker
Canadian Scholars’ Press, 2008 - History - 305 pages
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Examines the complex and disturbing history of immigration and racism in Canada. This book covers themes including Native/non-Native contact, migration and settlement in the nineteenth century, immigrant workers and radicalism, human rights, internment during WWII, and racism.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgements
9
Introduction
11
Chapter 1
17
Chapter 2
27
Chapter 3
41
Chapter 4
49
Chapter 5
69
Chapter 6
82
Chapter 11
158
Chapter 12
175
Chapter 13
189
Chapter 14
205
Chapter 15
221
Chapter 16
239
Chapter 17
250
Chapter 18
264

Chapter 7
90
Chapter 8
109
Chapter 9
125
Chapter 10
142
Chapter 19
279
Copyright Acknowledgement
302
Back Cover
307
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Barrington Walker is Associate Professor in the Department of History at Queen's University. His research interests are Black Canadian history and the histories of race and immigration in Canada.

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