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|Title:||The Commuting Patterns of Union Park, Hamilton, From 1921 to 1931|
|Keywords:||industrial, suburbanization, commuting, patterns|
|Abstract:||<p> There is little information on the relationship between industrial decentralization and the suburbanization of blue collar workers in North American cities during the early twentieth century. The purpose of this research paper is to address the question of whether or not blue collar suburbanization preceded industrial decentralization in Hamilton, Ontario. This is done by examining the commuting patterns of an early twentieth century blue collar suburb known as Union Park, located in Hamilton Ontario. The research concludes that blue collar suburbanization preceded industrial decentralization in Hamilton. These findings imply that the frequency of this relationship requires further consideration.</p>|
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