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The history of co-operation in Halifax and of some other institutions around it.

George Jacob Holyoake

The history of co-operation in Halifax and of some other institutions around it.

by George Jacob Holyoake

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Published by London Book Store in London .
Written in English


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The history of co-operation in Halifax and of some other institutions around it by George Jacob Holyoake Download PDF EPUB FB2

History of cooperation in Halifax and of some other institutions around it History of co-operation in Halifax: Responsibility: by G.J. Holyoake, author of the "History of the Rochdale Equitable Pioneers," "Moral errors of co-operative societies," etc.

See G. Holyoake, Co-operation in Halifax, and some other institutions around it (); Wilson, Struggles of an old Chartist, p. 15; M. Blatchford, History of the Halifax Industrial Society Ltd ().

Halifax co-operation was heavily involved with producing goods, e.g. unadulterated and cheap flour, and not just with by: 3. The first meeting regarding Co-operation in Halifax took place on 15 Jan when 40 persons met to form the 'Halifax Co-operative Trading Society.' They began by selling soap and sugar.

However, this scheme was unsuccessful and folded after five months. In Sep a second attempt at Co-operation. An illustration of an open book.

Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software An illustration of two photographs. Full text of "The story of old Halifax" See other formats.

Some have disappeared but others still play a major role in the county and its history. The hardbound book contains: pages with >1, illustrations. An overview of the county's history and architectural development, with a discussion of building forms, traditions, and styles.

An overview of each town's history and architectural development. From the time of Halifax's first settlement, merchants and other early residents owned slaves.

Probably 3, Blacks freed by the British came to Nova Scotia as Loyalists, and as many as of them were drawn to Halifax by its labour-market opportunities. Of these, however, few remained after the great exodus to Sierra Leone in This article is a list of historic places in Halifax, Nova Scotia listed on the Canadian Register of Historic Places, all of which are designated as historic places either locally, provincially, federally or by more than one level of nces to municipalities in the chart are to communities located within Halifax.

For historic places located elsewhere in Nova Scotia, see the List. The Primitive concept of Co-operation was related more to cultural, religious and social aspects.

Co-operation was a way of life and it was inherent in the Society itself. The Modern concept of Co-operation is altogether different from the primitive one. “It denotes a special method of doing business” - T.N. History. Coastal areas of Nova Scotia in the region of Halifax were inhabited seasonally by Mi’kmaq before the influx of Europeans.

The east coast of North America was the scene of a continuous territorial struggle beginning in the 16th century when the French and British (mainly) clashed, initially over control of fishing grounds, later furs, and then land for settlers.

Halifax Explosion: A List of those that Died. Results 1 to 50 of from your search: next. Name Place Age Date; Aarestrup, Lottie 31 Veith Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia 40 Aarestrup, Foster William 31 Veith Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia 8 Abela, Lazzore.

Co-education institutions help in laying the foundation for both the genders to learn how to co-exist with respect and dignity. Here are a few points that explain the advantages of the co-education system.

Develops mutual respect: Co-education allows both the genders to mingle with each other and to know how to co-exist with respect. The Halifax Waterfront is the most visited attraction in Nova Scotia. Peggy’s Cove is one of the most photographed lighthouses in the world. Halifax is home to the greatest man made explosion before the atomic bomb – the Halifax Explosion on Dec.

6, Halifax is home to the First Supreme Court in North America ( ). Did you know that the Halifax Common is a fraction of the size it was at the turn of the century.

The lack of appreciation of the need for green space allowed the land to be been assigned other uses over the years including hospitals, schools and other public and private institutions. The history of the Halifax Industrial Society, Limited, for fifty years: to commemorate the celebration of its jubilee in January, Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.

Dalhousie is one of the founding members of the Halifax Marine Research Institute, founded on 2 June The institute, which is a partnership between a number of private industries, government, and post-secondary institutions, was designed to help increase the scale, quality, internationalization and impact of marine research in the region.

• Halifax County Tobacco History - The first tobacco grown in Virginia and shipped to England was in by John Rolfe and his band of Colonial men. By the year England was asking for more tobacco and they began making liberal land grants to encourage men to move westward to fight the Indians and clear land and grow tobacco.

The population of Halifax according to the census Halifax Choral Society was founded. A gasworks was established. The Assembly Rooms were built. James' church was built. Halifax was made a parliamentary borough.

The Halifax infirmary, in Blackwall, was built. The Halifax County Historical Society is a nonprofit (c)(3) organization and all gifts are tax deductible. The Society's mission is to preserve historical information for dissemination to the public, help individuals who wish to preserve historic structures, and present programs and.

Cooperatives are organizations of people who have the same needs. Most scholars recognize the business of the Rochdale pioneers of England as the first coop. Inthis group of 28 men (weavers and skilled workers in other trades) formed a cooperative society.

On the whole, this book is a study of bureaucracy, legal proceedings, and institutional evolution that frankly may not appeal to a lot of people. But for students of disasters, institutions, the navy, or just an overlooked chapter in Canadian history, this title has a lot to recommend s: 5.

The massive effort to desegregate public schools across the United States was a major goal of the Civil Rights Movement. Since the s, lawyers from the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) had strategized to bring local lawsuits to court, arguing that separate was not equal and that every child, regardless of race, deserved a first-class education.

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9: Ranger's Reports on Sanitary Condition of Halifax, William Ranger's Reports on Sanitary Condition of Halifax, Webster E. Ranger Report: Halifax in Webster E. Ramsdens of Warley: Some Old Warley Houses: Sutcliffe T.