The History of the Pioneer German Language Press of Ontario 1835 1918

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The History of the Pioneer German Language Press of Ontario  1835 1918

This is the story of the rise and eventual disappearance of approximately thirty German weekly newspapers during a period of slightly more than eighty years. It describes the successes and difficulties encountered in maintaining a newspaper press directed at a minority group which was being slowly absorbed into the English-dominated pattern of Ontario. The First World War brought the German newspaper press to an abrupt end by government decree and although this prohibition lifted later, the German press in Ontario never completely recovered. It has remained, however, a fascinating tale out of Ontario's early history.

Spying on Canadians

17 18 19 20 21 22 23 in Canada and the Great World War, 238–41; Herbert Karl Kalbfleisch, The History of the Pioneer German Language Press of Ontario, 18351918 (Toronto, 1968), 105–6; Werner A Bausenhart, “The Ontario German Language ...

Spying on Canadians

Award winning author Gregory S. Kealey's study of Canada's security and intelligence community before the end of World War II depicts a nation caught up in the Red Scare in the aftermath of the Bolshevik Revolution and tangled up with the imperial interests of first the United Kingdom and then the United States. Spying on Canadians brings together over twenty five years of research and writing about political policing in Canada. Through itse use of the Dominion Police and later the RCMP, Canada repressed the labour movement and the political left in defense of capital. The collection focuses on three themes; the nineteenth-century roots of political policing in Canada, the development of a national security system in the twentieth-century, and the ongoing challenges associated with research in this area owing to state secrecy and the inadequacies of access to information legislation. This timely collection alerts all Canadians to the need for the vigilant defence of civil liberties and human rights in the face of the ever increasing intrusion of the state into our private lives in the name of countersubversion and counterterrorism.

Catalogue of the Public Archives Library

History of the Ottan valley , The history of the pioneer German language press of Ontario , 1835-1918 . Canada . ) PAAP FC 2775 06 PAP PC 3061 C35 1872 Kalbfleisch , Herbert Karl , 1902The history of the pioneer Oenan language press of ...

Catalogue of the Public Archives Library


A Nation of Immigrants

Women, Workers, and Communities in Canadian History, 1840s-1960s Franca Iacovetta, Paula Draper, Robert Ventresca ... Herbert Karl Kalbfleisch, The History of the Pioneer German Language Press of Ontario, 1835-1918 (Toronto 1968), 1056; ...

A Nation of Immigrants

This collection brings together a wide array of writings on Canadian immigrant history, including many highly regarded, influential essays. Though most of the chapters have been previously published, the editors have also commissioned original contributions on understudied topics in the field. The readings highlight the social history of immigrants, their pre-migration traditions as well as migration strategies and Canadian experiences, their work and family worlds, and their political, cultural, and community lives. They explore the public display of ethno-religious rituals, race riots, and union protests; the quasi-private worlds of all-male boarding-houses and of female domestics toiling in isolated workplaces; and the intrusive power that government and even well-intentioned social reformers have wielded over immigrants deemed dangerous or otherwise in need of supervision. Organized partly chronologically and largely by theme, the topical sections will offer students a glimpse into Canada's complex immigrant past. In order to facilitate classroom discussion, each section contains an introduction that contextualizes the readings and raises some questions for debate. A Nation of Immigrants will be useful both in specialized courses in Canadian immigration history and in courses on broader themes in Canadian history.

Serials Canada

Herbert Karl Kalbfleisch , The History of the Pioneer German Language Press in Ontario , 1835-1918 ( Toronto : University of Toronto Press , 1968 ) , 13 . 5. Duncan McLaren , Ontario Ethno - Cultural Newspapers , 1835-1972 : An ...

Serials Canada

Serials Canada: Aspects of Serials in Canadian Libraries offers a new perspective on serials from a Canadian viewpoint. It provides a sampling of the variety and a sense of the importance of work--work which is less well-known and less covered than that of the U.S.--which Canadian libraries, scholars, and publishers are doing on serials. It presents valuable information not documented elsewhere, giving new insights and ideas to serials librarians worldwide. Authors in Serials Canada take a variety of approaches--historical and descriptive, argumentative, critical, and bibliographical--to their subject matter. Chapters offer close-up, in-depth snapshots of some important topics in Canadian serials. They cover topics including: electronic serials serials pricing, including new developments in the areas of cancellation, funding, cooperation, access, and electronic initiatives Canadian newspapers the historical development of Canadian ethnic serials publishing the Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions (CIHM) the editing, production, distribution, circulation, and marketing of the scholarly journal The Canadian Historical Review the purpose, focus, objectives, and future directions of the Canadian Serials Industry Systems Advisory Committee (CSISAC) the history, mandate, and organization of the Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information's (CISTI) Document Delivery service Some of the peculiarities of the Canadian serials situation are discussed in the various chapters, especially in speculating about the future of librarianship. Serials Canada includes a unique bibliography of works on electronic journals either published in Canada or with some other Canadian connection. It also sheds some light on the evolution of the Canadian Periodicals Price Index study so that librarians will find the Index to be more useful in future years. It emphasizes the common elements and some of the problems inherent in newspaper preservation and management by giving an overview of the Decentralized Plan for Canadian newspapers. The discussion of CISTI assists readers in understanding the various services offered by Document Delivery and discusses how technology has been used to ensure that CISTI's Document Delivery services remain relevant to its clients and cost effective in a competitive environment. The information in Serials Canada is of particular interest to librarians of all levels and library professionals and scholars. It will help the Canadian librarian stay up-to-date with developments at home and help those from other countries gain a more international and comparative perspective.

Kitchener

Another notable work in the area is H. K. Kalbfleisch, The History of the Pioneer German Language Press of Ontario, 1835- 1918 (Toronto, 1968). This work has a broader scope than the title suggests; it discusses in some detail the ...

Kitchener

The history of Kitchener is unique among cities in southern Ontario. Although Kitchener shares so much of the character of the region today, its past was considerably different. Until 1916, Kitchener was Berlin, “Canada’s German capital.” Over two-thirds of the residents were of German origin; many retained strong traces of that past. These became controversial when Canada fought two wars against Germany. By the middle of the First World War, the idea of “a patch of Germany” in the heart of southern Ontario became untenable. Berlin became Kitchener, but not without a battle which split the small city. This is the first scholarly history of Kitchener. Based on wide-ranging research, it illustrates how a community so unlike its neighbours became a part of the broader Canadian community in the twentieth century. Much of the information is new, and many myths are punctured. The romantic mists which have surrounded the story of the early Mennonite settlers are lifted. The full story of the great controversies of the First World War is told for the first time. The impact of the Depression and the extraordinary economic boom which accompanied the Second World War are analyzed. Kitchener’s sometimes-eccentric politicians are seen, not as deviations, but as representatives of a long tradition of civic populism. Over 100 photographs accompany the text. Maps and tables further illuminate Kitchener’s development. Kitchener: An Illustrated History will be of interest, not only to its residents, but also to Canadians generally who are interested in the history of multiculturalism and the transition from rural to urban Canada. This book illustrates the difficulties as well as the rewards of maintaining distinct cultural traditions. The problems it identifies concern many Canadians today.

Identity and Industry

Making Media Multicultural in Canada Mark Hayward. – The Public 5, 4 (1998): 19–33. Iacovetta, F. Gatekeepers: Reshaping Immigrant Lives in Cold War Canada. ... The History of the Pioneer German Language Press of Ontario, 18351918.

Identity and Industry

In 1947, grocer Johnny Lombardi went on air for the first time to share the sounds of "sunny Italy" with the radio listeners of Toronto. Meanwhile, in cities across the country, a handful of theatres began to show films in foreign languages. In the decade after the Second World War, these events were some of the earliest indications of the nationwide changes taking place in Canadian media as it responded to the new cultural, political, and economic visibility of cultural and linguistic minorities. Identity and Industry explores how ethnocultural media in Canada developed between the end of the Second World War and the arrival of digital media. Through chapters dedicated to film exhibition, newspapers, radio, and television, Mark Hayward documents the industrial and institutional frameworks that defined the role of media in Canadian multiculturalism. Drawing on extensive archival research, the book situates late twentieth-century "ethnic" media at the intersection of demand, cultural integration, and the changing economics of popular culture. As the development of ethnocultural media continues to shape Canadian society in the age of digital media, Identity and Industry provides richly detailed historical context for contemporary debates about identity and culture.

Beyond the Nation

... Waterloo County: An Illustrated History (Kitchener: Waterloo historical society, 1997). anderson, Imagined Communities, 44. herbert Karl Kalbfleisch, The History of the Pioneer German Language Press of Ontario, 18351918 (toronto: ...

Beyond the Nation

Beyond the Nation? explores the lives of German-Canadian immigrants between the eighteenth and twentieth centuries — from the Moravian missionaries who came to Labrador in the 1770s to the German refugees who arrived in Canada after the Second World War. Internationally renowned historians of migration — including Dirk Hoerder and the late Christiane Harzig — detail these German-Canadians' experiences of immigration by investigating their imagined communities and collective memories. Beyond the Nation? outlines how German-Canadians invented ethnicity under Canadian expectations, and provides moving case studies of how notable immigrant groups integrated into Canadian society. Other topics explored include literary constructions of German-Canadian identity, analyses of language use among these immigrants, and aspects of their lives that can be interpreted as transcultural and gendered. Transcending the master narrative of immigration as nation building, Beyond the Nation? charts a new course for immigration studies.

The Gender of Breadwinners

1984 ) 70-1 Kakar , Sudhir Frederick Taylor : A Study in Personality and Innovation Cambridge , Mass . 1970 Kalbfleisch , Herbert Karl The History of the Pioneer German Language Press in Ontario , 1835-1918 Toronto 1968 Kessler - Harris ...

The Gender of Breadwinners

Winner of the Winner of the Fran¦ois-Xavier Garneau Medal, the John A. Macdonald Prize (1990), and the Harold Adam Innis Prize award by the Humanities and Social Sciences Federation of Canada

Periodicals of Queen Victoria s Empire

In Livre et lecture au Québec 1800-1850 , ed . ... A Note on Newspaper Patronage in Canada during the late 1850s and early 1860s . ... The History of the Pioneer German Language Press of Ontario , 18351918 . Toronto 1968 .

Periodicals of Queen Victoria s Empire

Contemporary research in periodical literature has demonstrated conclusively that the nineteenth century in Britain was the age of the periodical. It also has shown that, in Victorian society, the circulation of periodicals and newspapers was both larger and more influential than that of books. The six essays in this volume investigate the extent to which this was equally true of Britain's colonies during the period up to 1900. In chapters devoted to periodical publishing in Australia, Canada, India, New Zealand, Southern Africa, and the 'outposts' of the Empire (Ceylon, Cyprus, Hong Kong, Malaya and Singapore, Malta, and the West Indies), the contributors also consider the function and importance of periodicals in colonial life. They identify and describe all locally produced publications that appeared at weekly or longer intervals and that contained, for example, local news, poetry, fiction, criticism, commentary on the arts, news from home, shipping information and commodities reports. Each chapter presents an evaluation of the quantity and quality of guides available to periodical literature in each region, from basic bibliographies of periodicals, directories, and finding aids, to microfilm records and databases on the Internet. Periodicals of Queen Victoria's Empire is an initial step towards understanding and analyzing what its editors regard as the 'unseen power' of the periodical press in the British Empire of the nineteenth century.

Deutschkanadisches jahrbuch

The last of the Ontario German press , the Berliner Journal , ceased to publish in 1918. ... Bricker , I.C. " The History of Waterloo Township up ... The History of the Pioneer German Language Press in Ontario , 1835-1918 .

Deutschkanadisches jahrbuch


History of the Book in Canada Beginnings to 1840

History of the Book in Canada Project Patricia Lockhart Fleming, Patricia Fleming, Gilles Gallichan, ... Cambridge : Cambridge University Press , 1991 . ... The History of the Pioneer German Language Press of Ontario , 1835-1918 .

History of the Book in Canada  Beginnings to 1840

Impressive in its scope and depth of scholarship, this first volume of the History of the Book in Canada is a landmark in the chronicle of writing, publishing, bookselling, and reading in Canada.

Labour at the Lakehead

Ukrainian Canadians in Canada's Wars: Materials for Ukrainian Canadian History. ... Hampden, Jackson J. “German Intervention in Finland, 1918. ... The History of the Pioneer German Language Press of Ontario, 1835-1918.

Labour at the Lakehead

In the early twentieth century, politicians singled out the Lakehead as a breeding ground for radical labour politics. Michel S. Beaulieu returns northern Ontario to its rightful place as a birthplace of leftism in Canada by exposing the conditions that gave rise to an array of left-wing organizations. Cultural ties among workers helped bring left-wing ideas to Canada, but ethnicity weakened the left as each group developed a distinctive vocabulary of socialism and as Anglo-Celtic workers defended their privileges against Finns, Ukrainians, and Italians. At the Lakehead, ethnic difference often outweighed class solidarity at the cost of a stronger labour movement for Canada.

The German Language Press of the Americas

The History of the Pioneer German Language Press of Ontario , 18351918 . University of Toronto Press , 1968. 133pp . Illustrated Revision of dissertation for publication as book . The authoritative work on the subject with many ...

The German Language Press of the Americas


A Socio economic History of German Canadians

11 language newspapers in addition to German spelling and reading books and reading primers . ... It was re - edited as The History of the Pioneer German - Language Press in Ontario , 1835-1918 ( Toronto : 1968 ) .

A Socio economic History of German Canadians

A general history of the German community in Canada. In 1933, the Nazi government in Berlin began to organize and propagandize German-Canadians. German-language newspapers published antisemitic pieces. When refugees from Nazism, Jews and others, arrived during World War II, Canadian officials seemed oblivious to the moral and ideological issues involved.

Die Deutschsprachige Presse Der Amerikas

Die aussereuropäische deutsche Presse , nebst einem Verzeichnis sämtlicher ausserhalb Europas erscheinenden deutschen Zeitungen und Zeitschriften . ... The History of the Pioneer German Language Press of Ontario , 1835-1918 .

Die Deutschsprachige Presse Der Amerikas


Ontario Ethno cultural Newspapers 1835 1972

An Annotated Checklist Duncan McLaren, Ontario Council of University Libraries. Standing Committee on Cooperation in Acquisitions ... The History of the Pioneer German Language Press of Ontario , Canada , 1835-1918 .

Ontario Ethno cultural Newspapers  1835 1972


The Kaiser s Bust

A Study of War-time Propaganda in Berlin, Ontario, 1914-1918 Pat McKegney ... The History of the Pioneer German Language Press of Ontario , 1835-1918 ( Toronto : Univ . of Toronto Press , 1968 ) as well as from the original thesis ...

The Kaiser s Bust


Adler auf dem Ahornbaum

Adler auf dem Ahornbaum