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David Alexander Prize/Prix David Alexander

1982-
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Alternate Title/Autre Titre:
Prix David Alexander/David Alexander Prize

Awarded for the best essay on the history of Atlantic Canada written by an undergraduate. It can go to a student taking any course in any university. There is a cash prize.

Remis en l'honneur de la meilleure composition portant sur l'histoire du Canada Atlantique écrite par un étudiant de premier cycle. Le prix peut être décerné à un étudiant universitaire de toute discipline. Un prix en espèces est remis au gagnant.

Sponsor/Organisme responsable:
Acadiensis
Address/Adresse:
Campus House
University of New Brunswick
Fredericton, NB
E3B 5A3

Phone/Téléphone: 506-453-4978
Fax/Télécopieur:
E-mail/Courriel: acadnsis@unb.ca
URL:http://www.lib.unb.ca/Texts/Acadiensis/
Jurisdiction/Champ d’application:
National/National




Genre/Genre: Miscellaneous/Divers,Non-fiction/Non romanesque,

Year/Année Author/Auteur Winning work/Oeuvre primée
1982 Ellen Joyce Hambrook The Hambrooks: Mirror of the Regional Economy
1983 Geoffrey Budden Annexation as a Factor in Newfoundland's Struggle for Self-Government
1984 Kent Bittermann The National Policy and the Maritimes Revisited
1985 Rusty Bittermann Economic Stratification in a Cape Breton Agricultural Community in the Nineteenth Century
1986 No winner/Aucun lauréat N/A - S/O
1987 Robert Hong To Take Action Without Delay: Newfoundland's Chinese Immigration Act of 1906
1988 Janice Cook Robbing the Cradle: Child Labor in New Brunswick, 1784-1905 and the Movement Toward Child Labor Legislation
1989 No winner/Aucun lauréat N/A -- ne s'applique pas
1990 James E. A. Stanley The Rise of the Canadian Brotherhood of Railroad Employees: A Regional Industrial Union?
1991 Phillippe Garvie La mise en place du réseau téléphonique et son influence sur le développement de Moncton et Saint-Jean entre 1891-1918
1992 Michael O'Brien The Politics of Patriotism: Newfoundland's Debate on Conscription, 1916-1918
1993 Paula C. Harris Nineteenth-Century Boosters in New Brunswick and Western Canada
1994 No winner/Aucun lauréat N/A - S/O
1995 A. Geoff Pearcey The Government and Economic Diversification in Late Nineteenth Century Newfoundland
1996 Ellen Thorne Higher Education for New Brunswick Women
1997 Kurt Peacock The St. Stephen Nickel Mines Scandal
1998 Jennifer Rogers Modernization of the Fishing Industry and the Fisherfolk
1999 J. Callum Makkai More than Technology Rejected
2000 Liza Piper Commoners and Kings


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