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  • Clerics, Fishermen, Farmers and Workers: The Antigonish Movement and Identity in Eastern Nova Scotia, 1928-1939.
    MacInnes, Daniel W. (1978)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, McMaster University.

    Associated Search Terms: Canada, Nova Scotia; Antigonish Movement; Identity
  • Underdevelopment and the Structural Origins of Antigonish Movement Co-operatives in Eastern Nova Scotia.
    Sacouman, Robert James (1977)
    Acadiensis 7: 66-85.

    The structural effects of under- & uneven development in eastern Nova Scotia provided the basis for the movement.

    Associated Search Terms: Catholic, Canada; Canada, Nova Scotia; Economic; Antigonish Movement
  • Social Origins of Antigonish Movement Co-operative Associations in Eastern Nova Scotia.
    Sacouman, Robert James (1976)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, University of Toronto. [DA 38:6 A, p. 3746]

    Structural effects of under- & uneven development in eastern Nova Scotia provided the basis for the movement.

    Associated Search Terms: Economic; Catholic, Canada; Canada, Nova Scotia; Antigonish Movement
  • The Antigonish Movement: A Revitalization Movement in Eastern Nova Scotia.
    Mifflen, Francis James (1974)
    Unpublished Ph.D.. dissertation, Boston College. [DA 35:10 A, p. 6823]

    Examines the origins, institutionalization & subsequent upward mobility of the movement.

    Associated Search Terms: Canada, Nova Scotia; Social movement; Antigonish Movement
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