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Title: A Study of Race-relations between Blacks and Whites Over Issues of Schooling in Upper Canada, 1840-1860
Authors: Vinci, Alexandra
Advisor: Troper, Harold M.
Levine, David
Department: Theory and Policy Studies in Education
Keywords: nineteenth century ontario
african-canadian history
schooling and education
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2011
Abstract: Between the years 1840 and 1860, white prejudice played an important role in shaping blacks’ experiences in Upper Canada. This thesis explores and analyzes the history of black anti-slavery, whites’ attitudes toward blacks and the development of mandatory and free public schooling in Upper Canada during the nineteenth century, in order to demonstrate that race-relations between blacks and whites were worst both after 1850 in general, and over issues of schooling in particular.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/25680
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