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ISNI: 
0000 0000 8180 2216
Name: 
Palmer, B.
Palmer, B. D.
Palmer, Bryan
Palmer, Bryan D.
Palmer, Bryan Douglas
Dates: 
1951-
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Language material
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author
writer of accompanying material
Related names: 
Canada. Department of the Secretary of State of Canada
Canada. Direction des études canadiennes
Committee on Canadian Labour History
History E-Book Project
Kealey, Gregory S.
Sangster, Joan (1952-...)
Scott, Jack (1910-)
State University of New York
Universitat de València
Titles: 
Canada's 1960s : the ironies of identity in a rebellious era
Character of class struggle, The : essays in Canadian working-class history, 1850-1985
communist life, A : Jack Scott and the Canadian workers movement, 1927-1985
culture in conflict, A : skilled workers and industrial capitalism in Hamilton, Ontario, 1860-1914
Cultures of darkness : night travels in the histories of transgression
Descent into discourse the reification of language and the writing of social history
Dreaming of what might be : the Knights of Labor in Ontario, 1880-1900
E.P. Thompson objections and oppositions
Essays. Selections
Goodyear invades the backcountry : the corporate takeover of a rural town
Historiographic Hassles : Class and Gender, Evidence and Interpretation
James P. Cannon and the origins of the American revolutionary left, 1890-1928
Labouring the Canadian millennium writings on work and workers, history and historiography
making of E. P. Thompson marxism, humanism, and history
Marxism and historical practice
Must uncommon common men ; craft, culture, and conflict in a Canadian community, 1860-1914
Revolutionary teamsters : the Minneapolis Truckers' Strikes of 1934
Thesis. Date. Full name.
travail et les syndicats au Canada, Le
Verslag van de conferentie
Work and unions in Canada
Working-class experience the rise and reconstitution of Canadian Labour, 1800-1980
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SOCIAL HISTORY -OTTAWA-
Notes: 
these - State University of New York, 1977
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