The Winter Years
The Depression on the Prairies

Gray, James H.
Publisher:  Macmillan of Canada, Toronto, Canada
Year Published:  1973   First Published:  1966
Pages:  220pp   ISBN:  0-7705-1074-4
Resource Type:  Book
Cx Number:  CX15830

The story of ordinary people in Western Canada in the Great Depression of the 1930s.

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Table of Contents

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Introduction

1. Our World Stopped and We Got Off
2. Beating the Woodyard
3. The Sine Qua Non was $1.50
4. The Golden Age of Boondoggling
5. Fun Was Where We Found It
6. Landladies and a Want-Ad Husband
7. Tuxedoes Were for Ditch-Digging
8. Into the Wonderful World of Bookworms
9. The Complete Scoundrel and the Honest Judge
10. The Gold-Stock Swindlers Gave Canada a Boost
11. The Weather that Made the Thirties Dirty
12. 'That Ye Help One Another'
13. A Goy Among Jews
14. Two None-Cent Meals a Day and the Relief-Camp Trek
15. Once Across the Dust Bowl
16. Three Men of Off-Beat Conviction
17. The Prophet and the Money-Changers
18. Why Nothing Like This Will Ever Happen Again

Index
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