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ISBN:
0802064965
Author:
Gerald Killan
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Publisher:
Univ of Toronto Pr (August 1, 1983)
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276 pages
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David Boyle (1 May 1842 – 14 February 1911) was a Canadian blacksmith, teacher, archaeologist, musicologist, and historian. Born in Greenock, Scotland, Boyle arrived in Canada from Scotland in 1856 and apprenticed to a blacksmith. He would become a teacher in rural Ontario in 1865, a school principal in Elora from 1871-1881, and later a bookseller in Toronto. Boyle followed what were then "radical child-centered theories" of Johann Pestalozzi.

Boyle was also a history buff and preservationist, as well as the author of a book of nonsense poetry for children. David Boyle: From Artisan to Archaeologist. He died in 1911 after a serious stroke. His papers are housed at the provincial Archives of Ontario and at the Royal Ontario Museum archives. Boyle, David" in The Canadian Encyclopedia, Volume 1, p. 264. Edmonton: Hurtig Publishers, 1988. Preserving Ontario's Heritage: a History of the Ontario Historical Society.

David Boyle: From Artisan to Archaeologist. Gerald Killan Isis The University of Chicago Press 0021--6994 1. 086/353837. City of Toronto Book Award - The City of Toronto Book Award is a Canadian literary award, presented annually by the city of Toronto to the author of the year s best fiction or non fiction book or books about or involving Toronto. Toronto Book Awards - The Toronto Book Awards are Canadian literary awards, presented annually by the city of Toronto to the author of the year s best fiction or non fiction book or books that are evocative of Toronto.

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Are you sure you want to remove David Boyle, from artisan to archaeologist from your list? David Boyle, from artisan to archaeologist. Published 1983 by Published in association with the Ontario Heritage Foundation by University of Toronto Press in Toronto, Buffalo.

Social & Behavioral Sciences. Gale Avrith, "David Boyle: From Artisan to Archaeologist. Gerald Killan," Isis 76, no. 2 (Ju. 1985): 257-258.