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Spatial Organization, Perception and Patterns of Mobility in a Railway City of the Great Plains: The Case of Regina

Spatial Organization, Perception and Patterns of Mobility in a Railway City of the Great Plains: The Case of Regina

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Published by Claude-Jean Harel
M.A. Dissertation submitted by Claude-Jean Harel exploring the urban development of Regina, Saskatchewan, prior to WW I and the impact of the 1912 Tornado ( better known as the Regina Cyclone).
M.A. Dissertation submitted by Claude-Jean Harel exploring the urban development of Regina, Saskatchewan, prior to WW I and the impact of the 1912 Tornado ( better known as the Regina Cyclone).

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Spatial Organization, perception and patterns of mobility in a railway city of the Great Plains:the case of Regina.
byClaude-Jean HarelSubmitted for the degree of Master of Arts,Archaeology and HeritageSchool of Archaeological StudiesUniversity of LeicesterJune 2003
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Acknowledgements
Many people have made invaluable contributions in helping this work come to light. Iwould like to thank the staff of Saskatchewan Archives Board, particularly, Tim Novak,Chris Gebhard and Ivan Saunders; the City of Regina Drafting Department and Archivesgave early on their wholehearted support to this project
special thanks to Eric Bonke,Fred Waldie, and Carey Isaak. Credit is also due to Information Services Corporation for  providing research access to base line files. I would also like to acknowledge the helpand support of Joseph Pettick, John Brandon, Carlos Germann, Brian Scribe, ErnestWalker, Margaret Kennedy, Greg Marchildon, Dominique Sarny and Bill Brennan. Last but not least, I will never be able to thank enough Helen and Katia for their patienceduring this whole adventure. 2
 
 
Table of Contents
Introduction………………………………………………………………………………..4Chapter 1: The Railway town as a Population Distributing Machine in the Great PlainsLandscape ………………………………………………………………..……………….7Chapter 2: Industrial activity and its impact on the Urbanizing Landscape………..…...15Chapter 3: Emerging Patterns of Mobility…………………………………………….....20Chapter 4: Spatial Utilization and Power relationships…………………………………30Chapter 5: The advantage of accessibility………………………………………..……...40Chapter 6: Settlement and Spatial Perception…………………………………………...49Chapter 7: From beacons in the city to beacons in the Southern SaskatchewanPlains……………………………………………………………………………..…...…57Conclusion…………………………………………………………………………..…...61References……………………………………………………………………………….63Figures…………………………………………………………………………………..78 3

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