Labouring Children




      Labouring Children
Between 1868 1924, 80,000 British children, most of them under fourteen, came to Canada to be apprenticed as labourers and domestic servents Joy Parr s study of these children, first published in 1980, became a significant resource for courses in women s history, family history, immigration history, and labour history Out of print for several years, Labouring Children now has a substantial new introduction in which the author examines the historiography of the history of childhood, particularly in the light of recent literature on sexuality and the post structuralist critique She also considers recent popular historical views of children and their relationship to professional history. Read Labouring Children – heartforum.co.uk

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Labouring Children book, this is one of the most wanted Joy Parr author readers around the world.

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      Labouring Children
 Author Î Joy Parr ↠ – heartforum.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 200 pages
  • Labouring Children
  • Joy Parr
  • English
  • 18 May 2018
  • 0802005497

10 thoughts on “ Labouring Children

  1. Lori Oschefski says:

    An excellent book which really gives us insight into the reasons behind indenturing children here in Canada Between 1863 and 1949 over 100,000 children were brought from England to Canada in migration programs which, initially, were meant to provide impoverish children with a chance for a better life Joy s book is a very important and interesting read I refer to it all the time in my work with the British Home Children.I run an organizaiton in Canada for the BHC British Home Children Advocac An excellent book which really gives us insight into the reasons behind indenturing children here in Canada Between 1863 and 1949 over 100,000 children were brought from England to Canada in migration programs which, initially, were meant to provide impoverish ...

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