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The Canadian Niagara power company story.

9781550464627

The Canadian Niagara power company story.

Ball, Norman R.

Boston Mills Press

2005

318 pages

$49.95

Hardcover

HD9685

Ball (engineering, U. of Waterloo) recounts the trials and triumphs of the Canadian Niagara Power Company, which has been generating electric power continuously since 1905. Throughout the text, he demonstrates that the company's history is also the story of the political and economic consequences of electricity on the Niagara region. The text is generously illustrated with historical photographs, maps and drawings. Distributed by Firefly Books.

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