Bibliography: History of immigrant children in Canada

Bagnell, K. (1980, r. 2001). The Little immigrants: the orphans who came to Canada. Toronto: Dundurn Press.

Corbett, G.H. (2002). Nation builders: Barnardo children in Canada. Toronto: Dundurn Press, 2002.

Fass, Paula S. Children of a new world: Society, culture and globalization. H-Childhood, N-Net Reviews. April 2009.

Gilchrist, J. S. (2003). Marchmount: Disturbing home, Belleville, Ontario 1870-1825. Belleville: Epic Press.

Harrison, P. (2003). The home children: Their personal stories. Toronto: J. Gordon Shillingford Publishers.

Kelly, N. & Trebilcock, M. (1998). The making of the mosaic: A history of Canadian immigration policy. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Knowles, V. (1992, r. 2007). Strangers at our gates: Canadian immigration and immigration policy, 1540-2006. Toronto: Dundurn Press.

Kohli, M.(2003). The Golden bridge: Young immigrants to Canada (1833-1939). Toronto: Dundurn Press.

Parr, J. (1980). Labouring children: British immigrant apprentices to Canada, 1869-1924. Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

One Response to “Bibliography: History of immigrant children in Canada”

  1. Paloma Martinez Says:

    Hello, I’m a journalist for the international radio service of the CBC, Radio Canada International. I’m trying to prepare a series of radio reports on Canadian immigrant children. For this, I want to talk with immigrant children. Often in the media, we talk about their problems from their parents point of view, I want to know what they live through their words… can you help me?
    Paloma Martinez