Near Fine. 8vo. Hardcover, 8vo. 381 pp with index. Page edges lightly toned. Else fine in near fine dust jacket. DJ has mild edgewear and dust soiling. All domestic orders $100 and over will be upgraded to USPS Priority shipping at no additional cost.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. 6 1/2 x 9 1/2. 382 pages, w/table illust. Subtitle: Family and Class in a mid-Nineteenth-Century City. Dust jacket is complete and clean. Full brown cloth exterior with title in gold on spine. Interior is unmarked, tight and clean.
Photo Cover. Very Good in Near Fine jacket. Book -----------hardcover, a Near Fine copy but there is underlining and bracketing so a Very Good copy, small name stamp on fore-edge of text block, in a lightly rubbed Near Fine dustjacket, 381 pages, contents include: Introduction; 1. The People of a Canadian City, 1851-52; 2. The Structure of Inequality, 1851 and 1861; 3. Transiency and Social Mobility; 4. The Entrepreneurial Class; 5. Growing Up in the Nineteenth Century: Family Household, and Youth; Conclusion; Appendix 1. The Social Geography of a Commercial City, ca. 1853, by Ian Davey and Michael Doucet; Appendix 2. Occupational Classification; Appendix 3. Record Linkage; Notes; Index, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo,
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