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Montreal Then & Now

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Considered North America's most “European” city, Montreal is known for its culture, sophisticated population and its amazing architectural history. Montreal Then and Now takes readers to Québec's charming capital city for an amazing past and present tour. A rich historical overview written by Alan Hustak (a journalist for the *Montreal Gazette) describes Montreal's develop ...more
Hardcover, 144 pages
Published March 3rd 2015 by Thunder Bay Press
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Richard Archambault
Dec 19, 2015 Richard Archambault rated it really liked it
Interesting pictures from Montreal's past. My only beef with the book is that most of the pictures don't include an actual date; sometimes there's a reference to a decade, and only rarely is there an actual year included. Also, who's that dude sticking his arm up in the air, on both pgs 105 and 109?!
Aug 11, 2016 Maurice rated it really liked it
I don't know who wrote the book's description, but Montreal is Quebec's largest city, but not its capital. Quebec City, the capital, is also the one considered the "little Europe of North America".
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