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Barbara Roberts

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PRIMARY SOURCES

Public Archives of Canada, Ottawa

Interviews

Bauer, Martin, F. D. Millar, Sound Division.

Bruce, John, F. D. Millar, Sound Division.

Rees, David, F. D. Millar, Sound Division.

Manuscripts

R. B. Bennett Papers, MG 26K.

Young Women’s Christian Association Papers, MG 281.

Public Records

Department of Justice, RG 13.

Royal Canadian Mounted Police, RG 18.

Department of National Defence, RG 24.

Department of Citizenship and Immigration, RG 26.

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Published Reports

Canada

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Ontario

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Great Britain

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United States

The Immigration Commission, The Immigration Situation in Canada, presented by Mr. Dillingham, 61st Congress, 2d Session, Senate Document No. 469, Washington, U.S. Government Printing Office, 1910.

Provincial Archives of Manitoba

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Provincial Archives of Ontario

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Winnipeg City Archives

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Winnipeg Free Press Archives

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Published Articles

Bryce, Peter. “Social Ethics as Influenced by Immigration.” Papers and Reports of the American Public Health Association, Vol. XXXIII, Part I, 1906.

Bryce, Peter. “Immigration in Relation to the Public Health”. Canadian Journal of Medicine and Surgery, April 1906.

Byron, William. “The Menace of the Alien”. Maclean’s, Vol. 32, No. 10, 1919.

Clarke, C. K. “The Defective and Insane Immigrant”. University of Toronto UniversityMonthly, Vol. 8, 1907-08.

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Pimlotte, Ralph. “Closing Relief Camp Sparks Riot”. Briarpatch, January-February 1983.

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Scott, Frank. “Immigration Act: False Arrest, Illegal Treatment of Arrested Person”. Canadian Bar Review, January 1936.

Scott, Frank. “The Trial of the Toronto Communists”. Queen’s Quarterly, August 1932.

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Published Books

Abella, Irving, and David Millar, eds. The Canadian Worker in the Twentieth Century. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1978.

Beeching, William, and Phyllis Clarke, eds. Yours in the Struggle: The Reminiscences of Tim Buck, Toronto: NC Press, 1977.

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Bradwin, Edmund. The Bunkhouse Man. A Study of Work and Pay in the Camps of Canada,1903-1914. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1972.

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Fraser, C. F. Control of Aliens in the British Commonwealth of Nations. London: Hogarth, 1940.

Haythorne, George and L. C. Marsh. Land and Labour. A Social Survey of Agriculture and the Farm Labour Market in Central Canada. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1941.

Horn, Michiel, ed. The Dirty Thirties. Toronto: Copp Clark, 1972.

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SECONDARY SOURCES

Unpublished Graduate Theses and Essays

Bacchi, Carol. “Liberation Deferred. The Ideas of English Canadian Suffragists, 1877-1918.” Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, McGill University, 1976.

Boudreau, Joseph. “The Enemy Alien Problem in Canada, 1914-1921.” Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of California at Los Angeles, 1964.

Dick, Lyle. “Deportation under the Immigration Act and the Canadian Criminal Code, 1919-1936.” Unpublished M.A. thesis, University of Manitoba, 1978.

Drysteck, Henry. “Deportation of European Immigrants during the Administration of R. B. Bennett.” Unpublished M.A. essay, Carleton University, 1976.

Goeres, Michael. “Disorder, Dependency and Fiscal Responsibility: Unemployment Relief in Winnipeg, 1907-42.” Unpublished M.A. thesis, University of Manitoba, 1981.

Millar, F. David. “Shapes of Power. The Ontario Labour Relations Board, 1930-1970.” Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, York University, 1981.

Millar, F. David. “The Winnipeg General Strike, 1919: A Reinterpretation in the Light of Oral History and Pictorial Evidence.” Unpublished M.A. thesis, Carleton University, 1970.

Usiskin, Roseline. “Toward a Theoretical Reformulation of the Relationship Between Political Ideology, Social Class, and Ethnicity: A Case Study of the Winnipeg Jewish Radical Community, 1905-1920.” Unpublished M.A. thesis, University of Manitoba, 1978.

Unpublished Articles and Papers

Adams, Ron. “The Anticommunist Role of the RCMP in the Depression.” Unpublished paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Historical Association, London, 1978.

Buckley, Suzann. “The Impact of World War I upon Canadian Public Health Reform.” Paper presented to the conference of the Canadian Association for American Studies, McMaster University, October 1977.

Carpenter, Louise. “Deportation of Immigrants during the Depression.” Unpublished paper, University of Manitoba, 1973.

McMullan, John. “Law, Order and Power: Theory, Questions, and Some Limits to Social History of Crime in Early Modern England.” [np], 1985.

Millar, F. David. “Chronology of Labour and Welfare Law in Ontario, 1867-1977.” Not published, 1977.

Millar, F. David. “Real Incomes in Manitoba.” Not published, 1984.

Roberts, Barbara. “Social Policy, Female Dependence and the Living Wage.” Paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Women’s Studies Association, Learned Societies, Ottawa, 1982.

Roberts, Barbara and David Millar, “Living with Less: Trends in Women’s Earnings.” Paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the Western Association of Sociology and Anthropology, Regina, 1984.

Published Articles

Adams, Ron. “The 1931 Arrest and Trial of the Leaders of the Communist Party of Canada”. Canadian Historical Association, 1977.

Avery, Donald. “Canadian Immigration Policy and the ‘Foreign’ Navvy, 1896-1916”. Historical Papers, 1972.

Avery, Donald. “Continental European Immigrant Workers in Canada, 1896-1919: From Stalwart Peasants to Radical Proletariat”. Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology, Vol. 12, 1975.

Avery, Donald. “Sam Scarlett”. Canadian Ethnic Studies, Vol. 10, No. 2, 1978.

Boudreau, Joseph. “The Enemy Alien Problem in World War I”. Alberta Historical Review, Winter 1964.

Brown, R. C. “Whither Are We Being Shoved? Political Leadership in Canada during World War I”. In J. L. Granatstein and R. Cuff, eds. War and Society in North America. Toronto: Thomas Nelson, 1971.

Buckley, Suzann. “British Female Immigration and Imperial Development”. Hecate: Women’s Interdisciplinary Journal, January 1977.

Burawoy, Michael. “The Functions and Reproduction of Migrant Labour: Comparative Material from South Africa and the United States”. American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 81, No. 5, March 1976.

Cashmore, Ernest. “The Social Organization of Canadian Immigration Law”. Canadian Journal of Sociology, Fall 1978.

Comack, Elizabeth. “The Origins of Canadian Drug Legislation”. In Thomas Fleming, ed. The New Criminologies in Canada. State, Crime, and Control. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1985.

Drystek, Henry. “The Simplest and Cheapest Mode of Dealing with Them: Deportation from Canada before World War II”. Histoire sociale, November 1982.

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Godler, Zlata. “Doctors and the New Immigrants”. Canadian Ethnic Studies, Vol. XI, No. 1, 1977.

Haythorne, George. “Harvest Labor in Western Canada: An Episode in Economic Planning”. Quarterly Journal in Economics, Vol. XLVII, August 1973.

Horn, Michiel. “Keeping Canada Canadian: Anticommunism in Toronto, 1928-29”. Canada. An Historical Magazine, September 1975.

Horn, Michiel. “Free Speech within the Law: The Letter of the 68 Toronto Professors, 1931”. Ontario History, March 1980.

Imai, Shin. “Deportation in the Depression”. Queen’s Law Journal, Vol. 7, No. 1, 1981.

Katz, Leslie. “Some Legal Consequences of the Winnipeg General Strike”. Manitoba Law Journal, Vol. 4, 1970.

Katz. Michael. “Origins of the Institutional Stat”. Marxist Perspectives, Winter 1978.

Kitsuse, John and Aaran Cicorel. “A Note on the Uses of Official Statistics”. Social Problems, Fall 1963.

Lai, Chuen-Yan David. “A ‘Prison’ for Chinese Immigrants”. Asianadian, Vol. 2, No. 4, 1980.

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MacKenzie, J. B. “Section 98, Criminal Code and Freedom of Expression in Canada”. Queen’s Law Journal, Vol. 4, No. 11, 1972.

Magubane, Bernard. “The ‘Native Reserves’ (Bantustans) and the Role of the Migrant Labour System in The Political Economy of South Africa”. In A. Idris-Soven, E. Idris-Soven, and M. Vaughan. The World as a Company Town. Multinational Corporations and Social Change. The Hague: Mouton, 1978.

Makahonuk, Glen. “The Saskatoon Relief Camp Workers’ Riot of May 8, 1933: An Expression of Class Conflict”. Saskatchewan History, Spring 1984.

Makahonuk, Glen. “The Saskatchewan Coal Strikes of 1932: A Study in Class Relations”. Prairie Forum, Vol. 8, No. 1, 1984.

Makahonuk, Glen. “Class Conflict in Saskatoon during the ‘Red Decade’”. Briarpatch, May 1983.

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Petryshyn, J. “Class Conflict and Civil Liberties: The Origins and Activities of the Canadian Labor Defense League, 1925-1940”. Labour/Le travailleur, Autumn 1982.

Rasporitch, Anthony. “Tomo Cacic: Rebel without a Country”. Canadian Ethnic Studies, Vol. 10, No. 2, 1978.

Rea, Ed. “The Politics of Class: Winnipeg City Council 1919-1943”. In C. Berger and R. Cook, eds. The West and the Nation. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1976.

Repo, Satu. “Lakehead in the 1930s – A Labour Militant Remembers” [Einar Nordstrom]. This Magazine, July/August 1979.

Roberts, Barbara. “A Work of Empire: Canadian Reformers and British Female Immigration”. In L. Kealey, ed. A Not Unreasonable Claim: Women and Reform in Canada, 1880s-1920s. Toronto: Women’s Press, 1979.

Roberts, Barbara. “Doctors and Deports: The Role of the Medical Profession in Deportation Policy and Practice, 1900-1936”. Canadian Ethnic Studies, January 1987.

Roberts, Barbara. “Ladies, Women and the State: Managing Female Immigration, 1880-1920”. In Jacob Muller, Roxana Ng and Gillian Walker, eds. Management of Dissent: Community Organizing and the State. Forthcoming, 1988.

Roberts, Barbara. “Sex, Politics and Religion: Controversies in Female Immigration Work in Montreal, 1880-1920”. Atlantis. A Journal of Women’s Studies, Fall 1980.

Roberts, Barbara. “Shovelling Out the Unemployed: Winnipeg City Council and Deportation, 1930-35”. Manitoba History, Fall 1983.

Roberts, Barbara. “Shovelling Out the ‘Mutinous’: Political Deportation from Canada before 1936”. Labour/Le travail, Autumn 1986.

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Thompson, John. “The Political Career of Ralph H. Webb”. Red River Valley Historian, Summer 1976.

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Published Books

Abella, Irving and Harold Troper. None is Too Many: Canada and the Jews of Europe, 1933-1948. Toronto: Lester and Orpen Dennys, 1982.

Angus, Ian. Canadian Bolsheviks. The Early Years of the Communist Party of Canada. Montreal: Vanguard, 1981.

Avakuvomic, Ivan. The Communist Party in Canada. A History. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1975.

Avery, Donald. Dangerous Foreigners: European Immigrant Workers and Labour Radicalism in Canada, 1896-1932. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1979.

Bercuson, David. Confrontation at Winnipeg: Labour, Industrial Relations, and the General Strike. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s, 1974.

Bercuson, David. Fools and Wise Men: The Rise and Fall of the One Big Union. Toronto: McGraw Hill Ryerson, 1978.

Berger, Carl, and Ramsay Cook, eds. The West and the Nation. Essays in Honour of W. L. Morton. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1976.

Betcherman, Lita Rose. The Little Band. Ottawa: Deneau, 1983.

Braverman, Harry. Labor and Monopoly Capital. The Degradation of Work in the Twentieth Century. New York: Monthly Review, 1974.

Browne, Lorne and Caroline. An Unauthorized History of the RCMP. Toronto: Lorimer, 1978.

Castles, S. and G. Kosack. Immigrant Workers and Class Structures in Western Europe. London: Oxford University Press, 1973.

Clark, S. D. The Position of the French-Speaking Population in the Northern Industrial Community. Report to the Royal Commission on Bilingualism and Biculturalism, 1966.

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Dreisziger, N. et al. Struggle and Hope. The Hungarian-Canadian Experience. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1982.

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Garraty, John. Unemployment in History. Economic Thought and Public Policy. New York: Harper and Row, 1978.

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George, Dorothy. London Life Before the Eighteenth Century. Evanston, Illinois: Harper and Row, [1925] 1964.

Graham, Roger. Arthur Meighen. Volume I. The Door of Opportunity. Toronto: Clarke, Irwin, 1960.

Hall, Stuart et al. Policing the Crisis. Mugging, the State, and Law and Order. London: Macmillan, 1978.

Harney, Robert et al., eds. The Italian Immigrant Woman in North America. Toronto: Multicultural History Society of Ontario, 1978.

Haythorne, George. Labor in Canadian Agriculture. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1960.

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Kamin, Leon. The Science and Politics of I.Q. Potomac, Maryland: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1974.

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Morton, J. In the Sea of Sterile Mountains: A History of the Chinese in British Columbia. Vancouver: J. J. Douglas, 1974.

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