The Board of Directors of the Friends of the Finnish Labour Temple have published extensively on the subjects of Finnish and Finnish-Canadian history and society. Below are a selection of those publications.
Books and Articles
Michel Beaulieu, Harpelle Ronald N., and David Ratz, editors, Hard Work Conquers All: Building the FinnishCommunity in Canada, University of British Colombia Press, (forthcoming, 2017)
Michel Beaulieu, Ronald Harpelle, and Jaimi Penny, editors, Labouring Finns: Transnational Politics in Finland, Canada and the United States, Turku: Institute for Migration, Siirtolaisuusinstituutti, (2011)
Ronald Harpelle and Michel Beaulieu, guest editors, Developments, Definitions, and Directions in Finnish Language, Literature, and Culture, Journal of Finnish Studies, Vol. 14, No. 2, (Winter, 2010)
Ronald Harpelle, Varpu Lindström and Alexis Pogorelskin editors, Karelian Exodus: Finns in North America and Karelia During the Depression Era, Journal of Finnish Studies/Aspasia Books, (2004)
Beaulieu, Michel S. Labour at the Lakehead: Ethnicity, Socialism, and Politics, 1900-1935. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2011.
Beaulieu, Michel S. and Chris Southcott. North of Superior: An Illustrated History of Northwestern Ontario. Toronto: James Lormier and Company, 2010.
Harpelle, Ronald N. and Michel S. Beaulieu, eds. Pulp Friction: Communities and the Forest
Industry in a Globalized World. Thunder Bay: Centre for Northern Studies Press, 2012.
Beaulieu, Michel S. “Spittoon Philosophers or Radical Revolutionaries: The Canadian
Administration of the Industrial Workers of the World.” Ontario History 105:2 (Autumn 2013): 184-211.
Beaulieu, Michel S. “The Lakehead and Canada’s First Social Democratic Party: The Search
for Socialist Unity.” Thunder Bay Historical Museum Society Papers & Records 39 (2011): 29-54.
Beaulieu, Michel S. “Lakeheadin yliopistossa mittava aineisto kanadansuomalaisista.” Akti:
Arkistolaitoksen asiakaslehti 2 (2010): 22-23.
Nathan Hatton, Rugged Game: Community, Culture, and Wrestling at the Lakehead to 1933. Thunder Bay: Centre for Northern Studies Press, 2012.
Nathan Hatton, “Wrestling, Immigration and Working Class Culture: The Finns of the Thunder Bay District before 1939.” In Hard Work Conquers All: The Finnish Canadian Experience, ed. Michel S. Beaulieu et. al. Vancouver: UBC Press. (forthcoming 2016)