Sudbury: Rail Town to Regional Capital edited by C.M. Wallace and Ashley Thomson

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Sudbury: Rail Town to Regional Capital, which honours the centenary of the community’s incorporation as a town in 1893, analyses Sudbury decade by decade, describing the ongoing changes in the community and their impact on citizens. The book also examines the forces that shaped the city’s destiny and argues that Sudbury is far more than a single-industry town based on mining. Grounded in new research and written in an accessible style by a team of local scholars, the book, with numerous maps and photographs will appeal to urban historians as well as the general reader both within and beyond the city.

Dundurn, 1996.
ISBN: 9781550021707. 303 pp.
Softcover. Very good.