British Discrimination: 0050.0042

GENERAL NEWS

            Regarding the complaint of alleged discrimination against Englishmen on city work, Engineer Rust of Toronto, says the newly arrived Englishmen are a grumbling lot of men and raise trouble.  After they are in the country for two or three years and get settled down, they are all right.  He says the city gets better work out of Italians.

0050.0042: British Discrimination

Newspaper article Englishmen feel discriminated upon by city works, but engineer says newly arrived Englishmen are a grumply lot of men and raise trouble.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  April 25, 1908
Pages:  3
Publisher:  The Golden Times
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0050)

Keywords:

complaint discrimination Englishmen Italians

Subjects:

Social arrow Ethnic Groups arrow Englisharrow
Social arrow Ethnic Groups arrow Italiansarrow
Social arrow Racism arrow Britisharrow

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