BUILDING CANADA: A HISTORY OF PUBLIC WORKS.


336 pp, small 4to (10 1/4" H). B&w photographs, reproductions. "(T)ells the story of the public works that helped to transform Canada from wilderness to a modern country." Contents: Bridges; Roads, Streets, and Highways; Urban Mass Transit; Railways; Waterways; Irrigation and Flood Control; Electricity; Sewerage; Solid Waste; Public Buildings; Airports; Building Cities. Minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has very minor edge wear/wrinkling, very light rubbing on rear panel, a few tiny dents on rear hinge.

Title: BUILDING CANADA: A HISTORY OF PUBLIC WORKS.

Author Name: Ball, Norman R., senior editor. Preface by William D. Hurst. (Phyllis Rose, Larry McNally, Paul-Andre Linteau, Christopher Andreae, Robert Passfield, A.A. Den Otter, Arnold Roos, Letty Anderson, Douglas Baldwin, Mark Fram, Jean Simonton, et al.)

Categories: Canada - General,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, University of Toronto Press: 1988

ISBN Number: 0802034497

ISBN Number 13: 9780802034496

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Jacket Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 28631

Keywords: Public works, Bridges, Roads, Streets, Highways, Urban mass transit, Railways, Waterways, Irrigation, Flood control, Electricity, Water supply, Sewerage, Solid Waste, Buildings, Airports, Cities, Julie Harris, Alan F.J. Artibise, Abitibi, Air Routes, Airfields, Alberta, Automobiles, Bacteriology, Bay of Fundy, Suspension Bridges, Timber Bridges, Concrete Bridges, British Columbia, Burlington Bay, Buses, Calgary, Canada, Canadian Pacific Railway, Canadian National Railways, Canals, carillon Canal, Central Business Districts, Cape Breton, Chambly Canal, Cholera, Confederation, Court Houses, Dams, Depression, Depressions, Dikes, Disease, Epidemics, Divided Highways, Edmonton, Electrical Power Industry, Hydroelectricity, Thermal-Generation, Sanitary Engineering, Erie Canal, Fires, First World War, Flood Control, Floods, Flood-Plain Development, Fraser River, Gramd River, grand trunk Railway, Great Lakes, Halifax, Hamilton, Hazardous Waste, Hydro, Incinerators, Industrialization, Irrigation, Irrigation Systems, Kootenay, Lachine Canal, Lake Erie, Lake Ontario, Lake Superior, Landfill, Land Grants, Lighthouses, Locks, London, Montreal, Niagara Falls, Niagara River, Ontario, Ontario Hydro, Ottawa, Ottawa River, Public Buildings, Quebec, Rapid Transit, Red River, Saint John, St John River, St Lawrence River, Second World War, Sewage, Sewage Treatment, Snow, Solid Waste, South Saskatchewan, Streetcars, Suburbanization, Toronto, Truss Construction, Typhus, Typhoid, Urbanization, Vancouver, Victoria, Water Filtration, Water Pumping Stations, Water Treatment, Water-Supply, Welland Canal, Windsor, Winnipeg.,