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A list of key readings about Montreal.
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Atherton, William (1914). Montreal, 1535-1914,. Montreal Chicago: S.J. Clarke. 

  • Cooper, John Irwin (1969). Montreal, a brief history.. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press. ISBN 0773500537 9780773500532. 
  • Gravenor, Kristian; John David Gravenor (2002-10-01). Montreal: The Unknown City. Arsenal Pulp Press, 276. ISBN 1551521199. 
  • Hustak, Alan; Johanne. Norchet (2006). Montreal then & now. San Diego: Thunder Bay Press. ISBN 9781592235988 1592235980. 
  • Leacock, Stephen; John Thomas. Culliton (1963). Leacock's Montreal. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart. 
  • Baillargeon, Denyse. Making Do: Women, Family and Home in Montreal during the Great Depression. (1999). 232 pp.
  • Bradbury, Bettina. Working Families: Age, Gender and Daily Survival in Industrializing Montreal. (1993). 310 pp.
  • Dechêne, Louise. Habitants and Merchants in Seventeenth Century Montreal. (1993). 428 pp.
  • Frost, Stanley Brice. James McGill of Montreal. (1995). 186 pp. scholarly biography of merchant and philanthropist
  • Germain, Annick and Damaris, Rose. Montréal: The Quest for a Metropolis (2000). 306 pp.
  • Lewis, Robert. Manufacturing Montreal: The Making of an Industrial Landscape, 1850 to 1930. (2000). 336 pp.
  • Marshall, Joan. A Solitary Pillar: Montreal's Anglican Church and the Quiet Revolution. (1994). 220 pp.
  • Robinson, Ira and Butofsky, Mervin, eds. Renewing Our Days: Montreal Jews in the Twentieth Century. (1995).
  • Salvatore, Filippo. Fascism and the Italians of Montreal: An Oral History 1922-1945. (1998). 224 pp.
  • Simpson, Patricia. Marguerite Bourgeoys and Montreal, 1640-1665. (1997). 247 pp.
  • Terry, Neville. The Royal Vic: The Story of Montreal's Royal Victoria Hospital, 1894-1994. (1994).
  • Thomas, Timothy Lloyd. A City with a Difference: The Rise and Fall of the Montreal Citizen's Movement. (1997). 214 pp.
  • Toker, Franklin. The Church of Notre-Dame in Montreal: An Architectural History. (2d ed. 1991). 124 pp.