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Ryerson Canadian history readers, Lorne Pierce, editor.
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Hon. Alexander Mackenzie - Ryerson Canadian History Readers Series: T. G. ; Pierce, Lorne - Editor Marquis: Books - or: Marquis, T. G. ; Pierce, Lorne - Editor. have impelled him to publish very little Canadian literature at all.2 Lorne Pierce was a central figure in Canadian publishing between and I, the period when he was Book Editor of Ryerson Press. When he arrived at Ryerson in , Pierce .
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German: Enter the name of the series to add the book to it. Books one to three of the Treasury Readers series were originally published in the Canada Books of Prose and Verse series, under the editorship of Lorne Pierce of Ryerson Press. Although Pierce had conceived of the series inhe and Eayrs signed a formal agreement in April to jointly edit and publish the newly named Treasury Readers series, a continuation of the Canada Books.
“The editor for 40 years was Lorne Pierce, who was very adamant that he wanted Canadian literature and art to be better-known to Canadians.
He had books on Canadian art with coloured lithographs. Some of the earlier material is quite religious in nature, but there is a lot of social history too, with topics like the temperance movement.”. Editor Lorne Pierce, described late in his career as “the grand old man of Canadian trade publishing,” 1 influenced – and was influenced by – many members of the Arts and Letters Club of Toronto, an institution that has been promoting literature, architecture, music, painting, and sculpture for more than a century.
The Story of the Club, title page. Editor Lorne Pierce () was an ardent nationalist who used his position at the Ryerson Press to vigorously promote and publish the work of Canadian writers and artists.
For forty years — from until his retirement in — Pierce was the driving force behind the Press. Hence, it is practical to discuss books of history together with biographies.
Builders of the Canadian Commonwealth, title page. In the s, as Lorne Pierce was still finding his feet as an editor, Ryerson Press drew on previously published historical works about Canada and issued new titles, as well.
- “Another textbook venture, the Ryerson Canadian History Readers, Pierce’s series of over booklets (fifteen to thirty-two pages in length) on Canadian history for Canadian schools, launched inwere produced by dozens of authors – historians, teachers, and professional writers and journalists – including Pierce himself.
Lorne Pierce, editor of the Ryerson Press from towas determined to provide young readers with readable, historical references of the many characters and events that dot the pages of Canadian history.
These paperback editions were usually no more than 32 pages in length and sold for ten cents. Lorne Pierce (–) was among the most influential book editors and literary critics in twentieth-century Canada. He served as the Literary Editor at Ryerson Press, a publishing house of the Methodist Church.
The booklet was published as part of Ryerson Canadian History Readers. The name Ryerson Press was adopted in honour of its illustrious first editor, Egerton RYERSON. Lorne PIERCE assumed editorial control in He built up a profitable line of school texts and encouraged the careers of promising writers such as F.P.
GROVE, Earle BIRNEY and Louis DUDEK. This volume is part of the wonderful "Ryerson Canadian History Readers" issued in the s and s for use in Canadian schools. All volumes in this series were issued in wraps (soft cover), staple bound.
Created to fill a void in the study of very specific areas of Canadian history and biography, each reader contains a wealth of historical information through the characters.
In he was appointed as literary advisor to the Ryerson Press and from to he was editor.  Among the many writers whom Pierce fostered at Ryerson Press were Frederick Philip Grove, E. Pratt, A. Smith, Louis Dudek, A. Klein, P. Page, Dorothy Livesay, Earle Birney and Marjorie ality: Canadian.
An editor's creed. 2 copies; A Canadian Nation 2 copies; A catalogue of Canadian manuscripts: collected by Lorne Pierce and 1 copy; Selected Short Stories 1 copy; Thoreau MacDonald: Illustrator, Designer, Observer of Nature 1 copy; The Ryerson Book of Prose and Verse 1 copy; Over the Bridge (The New World Readers Gr.
4) 1 copy. Old Father Forest - Ryerson Canadian History Readers Series: Davies, Blodwen ; Pierce, Lorne - Editor, Illustrated: Books - or: Lorne - Editor Davies, Blodwen ; Pierce.Ryerson Press was a Canadian book publishing company, active from to First established by the Methodist Book Room, a division of the Methodist Church of Canada,  and operated by the United Church Publishing House after the Methodist Church's merger into the United Church of Canada in the imprint specialized in historical, educational Headquarters location: Whitby, Ontario.For decades, as Susan Goldenberg recalled inthe bestselling Canadian Cook Book was used widely in educational institutions and modern homes alike.
2. Though Pierce encouraged production of the Canadian Cook Book, Nellie Lyle Pattinson was at the helm of the project. Pattinson was born on 24 October in Bowmanville, Ontario.