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Transformation Series

Transformation, an occasional paper series published by the Collection and Research Branch of the Canada Science and Technology Museum is intended to make current research available as quickly and inexpensively as possible. The series presents original research on science and technology history and issues in Canada through refereed monographs or collections of shorter studies, consistent with the Corporate framework, "The Transformation of Canada", and curatorial subject priorities in Agriculture, Forestry, Communications, Transportation, Industry, Physical Sciences and Space, and Energy.

The Transformation series provides access to research undertaken for development of collections, exhibits and programs. Staff curators and researchers, and other leading researchers in the history of Canadian science and technology, research and author our Historical Assessments from which the Transformation Series is drawn. Submissions will be considered from academicians or professionals working in areas complementary to curatorial subject priorities of the Collection and Research Branch. Papers are printed in the language of submission (French or English) with a bilingual abstract. Enquiries regarding the submission of manuscripts may be sent to:

Managing Editor
Transformation Series
Canada Science and Technology Museum
P.O. Box 9724, Station T
Ottawa, Ontario  K1G 5A3
CANADA

Issues of Transformation may be ordered here

 

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By Hammer and Hand All Arts Do Stand: Blacksmithing in Canada Before 1950

No. 18 Robert Tremblay and David Thiery Ruddel, By Hammer and Hand All Arts Do Stand: Blacksmithing in Canada Before 1950, 2010


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Computing in Canada: Building a Digital Future

No. 17 Zbigniew Stachniak and Scott M. Campbell, Computing in Canada: Building a Digital Future, 2009

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Medicine and Technology in Canada, 1900-1950

No. 16 Allison Kirk-Montgomery and Shelley McKellar Medicine and Technology in Canada, 1900-1950, 2008

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Making Cars In Canada: A Brief History of the Canadian Automobile Industry: 1900-1980

No. 15 White, Richard. Making Cars In Canada: A Brief History of the Canadian Automobile Industry: 1900-1980, 2007

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Setting Course: A History of Marine Navigation in Canada

No. 14 Sharon A. Babaian Setting Course: A History of Marine Navigation in Canada. 2006

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No. 13 Richard A. Rajala Feds, Forests, and Fire: A Century of Canadian Forestry Innovation. 2005

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No. 12 Beauvais, S. Les véhicules d'incendie sur commande : nécessité technologique ou construction sociale ?. 2003.

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No.11 Monaghan, D.W. Canada's "New Main Street": The Trans-Canada Highway as Idea and Reality, 1912 1956.. 2002.

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No. 10 Tremblay, R. Histoire des outils manuels au Canada de 1820 à 1960 : héritage européen, techniques de fabrication et entreprises manufacturières.. 2001.

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No. 9 Mouat, J. Metal Mining in Canada. 1840 1959.. 2000.

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No. 8 Babaian, Sharon. The Most Benevolent machine: A Historical Assessment of Cycles in Canada. 1998.

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No. 7 Lamontagne, Sophie-Laurence, et Harvey, Fernand. La production textile domestique au Québec, 1827-1941 : une approche quantitative et régionale. 1997.

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No. 6 Silversides, C. Ross, Broadaxe to Flying Shear: The Mechanization of Forest Harvesting East of the Rockies.1997.

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No. 5 Muise, Delphin A. and McIntosh, Robert G. Coal Mining in Canada: A Historical and Comparative Overview. 1966

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No. 4 Wilson, G. History of Shipbuilding and Naval Architecture in Canada. 1995.

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No. 3 Dewalt, B. Technology and Canadian Printing: A History from Lead Type to Lasers. 1995.

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No. 2 Dewalt, B. Building a Digital Network: Data Communications and Digital Telephony, 1950-1990. 1992.

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No. 1 Babaian, S. Radio Communication in Canada: An Historical and Technological Survey. 1992.

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A cheque or money order payable to the Canada Science and Technology Museum must accompany all orders and may be addressed to:

    Finance Division - Transformation Series
    Canada Science and Technology Museum
    P.O. Box 9724, Station T
    Ottawa, Ontario  K1G 5A3
    CANADA

* Outside Canada, pay amount listed in $US.

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