Montreal in Evolution: Historical Analysis of the Development of Montreal's Architecture and Urban Environment
Montreal in Evolution presents the rich and complex history of Montreal's architectural and environmental development from the first fort of Ville-Marie to the skyscrapers of today. It also examines the forces which shaped the city during the past three hundred and fifty years.
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Where the Old World and the New World Meet
The Island Colony
The Frontier Town 16421840
The Frontier Town
Architecture and Environment in the Frontier Town
Years of Transition
Victorian Montreal 1840World War I
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