Campi Canadienses

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Fundus in planitiebus prope Hartney in Manitoba situs.
Genera climatis Köppeniana provinciarum planitierum.
Triangulum Palliseranum genera soli in provinciis planitierum depingit.
Locus communitatum in Alberta, Saskatchewan, et Manitoba, Canadiensibus planitierum provinciis.
Ager canolae in Valle Qu'Appelle in Saskatchewan meridiano.
Terrae malae Albertenses.

Campi Canadienses[1] sunt regio in Canada occidentali sita, quae cum nonnullis definitionibus variis congruere potest, et naturalibus et politicis. Hae provinciae camporum, vel simpliciter campi, provincias Albertam, Saskatchewan, et Manitobam insigniter comprehendunt, quae a gramineis terris campestribus partim teguntur. Sensu strictiore, vocabulum solum regiones illarum provinciarum a talibus campis tectas attingere potest, quarum partes regiones physiographicas Planities Interiores appellantur. Terrae gramineae etiam partes Columbiae Britannicae septentriorientalis tegunt, quamquam illa provincia plerumque a regione excluditur, sensu politico.[2] [3]

Nexus interni

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Warning icon.svg Fons nominis Latini desideratur (addito fonte, hanc formulam remove)
  2. "Prairies Ecozone". Government of Canada. 
  3. "Wide open spaces, but for how long?". The Royal Canadian Geographical Society. 

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Alberta Encyclopedia Online (2005)
  • Archer, John H. 1980. Saskatchewan: A History.
  • Barnhart, Gordon L., ed. 2004. Saskatchewan Premiers of the Twentieth Century.
  • Bennett, John W., et Seena B. Kohl. 1995. Settling the Canadian-American West, 1890–1915: Pioneer Adaptation and Community Building. An Anthropological History. Editio interretialis.
  • Danysk, Cecilia. 1995. Hired Hands: Labour and the Development of Prairie Agriculture, 1880–1930.
  • Emery, George. 2001. The Methodist Church on the Prairies, 1896–1914. McGill-Queen's University Press.
  • The Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan: A Living Legacy. University of Regina Canadian Plains Research Center.
  • Fairbanks, C., et S. B. Sundberg. 1983. Farm Women on the Prairie Frontier.
  • Friesen, Gerald. 1987. The Canadian prairies: a history. University of Toronto Press. ISBN 0-8020-6648-8. Google Books.
  • Hodgson, Heather, ed. 2004. Saskatchewan Writers: Lives Past and Present. Reginae: Canadian Plains Research Center.
  • Jones, David C. 1987. Empire of Dust: Settling and Abandoning the Prairie Dry Belt.
  • Keahey, Deborah. 1998. Making It Home: Place in Canadian Prairie Literature.
  • Langford, Nanci Louise. 1994. First Generation and Lasting Impressions: The Gendered Identities of Prairie Homestead Women. PhD dissertation, University of Alberta 1994. DAI 1995 56(4): 1544-A. DANN95214
  • Langford, N. 1995. Childbirth on the Canadian Prairies 1880-1930. Journal of Historical Sociology 8(3):278–302.
  • Laycock, David. 1990. Populism and Democratic Thought in the Canadian Prairies, 1910 to 1945.
  • Melnyk, George. 1998. The Literary History of Alberta, Vol. 1: From Writing-on-Stone to World War Two. University of Alberta Press.
  • Morton, Arthur S., et Chester Martin. 1938. History of prairie settlement.
  • Morton, W. L. 1957. Manitoba, a History. University of Toronto Press. Editio interretialis.
  • Norrie, K. H. 1975. The Rate of Settlement of the Canadian Prairies, 1870–1911. Journal of Economic History 35(2):410–427. JSTOR.
  • Palmer, Howard. 1977. The Settlement of the West. Editio interretialis.
  • Pitsula, James M. 2005. Disparate Duo. Beaver 85(4):14–24.
  • Rollings-Magnusson, Sandra. 2000. Canada's Most Wanted: Pioneer Women on the Western Prairies. Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology 37(2):223–238. ISSN 0008-4948.
  • Swyripa, Frances. 2010. Storied Landscapes: Ethno-Religious Identity and the Canadian Prairies. University of Manitoba Press. ISBN 978-0-88755-720-0.
  • Thompson, John Herd. 1998. Forging the Prairie West.
  • Waiser, Bill, et John Perret. 2005. Saskatchewan: A New History.
  • Wardhaugh, Robert A. 2000. Mackenzie King and the Prairie West.

Historiographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Ingles, Ernie B. 2009. Peel's Bibliography of the Canadian Prairies to 1953. University of Toronto Press. ISBN 0-8020-4825-0. Google Books.
  • Wardhaugh, Robert A., ed. 2001. Toward Defining the Prairies: Region, Culture, and History.
  • Wardhaugh, Robert, et Alison Calder. 2005. History, literature, and the writing of the Canadian Prairies. University of Manitoba Press. ISBN 0-88755-682-5. Google Books.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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