Historical Papers

Volume 2, Number 1, 1967 Ottawa 1967

Table of contents (20 articles)

  • Presidential Address*
  • Nationality: The Experience of Canada
  • Church-State Relations in Canada, 1604-1685
  • Church and State in Maritime Canada, 1749-1807
  • La crise sous Craig (1807-1811) : nature des conflits et historiographie
  • Pressure Group Politics in Canada West Before Confederation
  • D’Arcy McGee and the Economic Aspects of New Nationality
  • The Age of Gentility: The Formation of an Aristocracy in the Ottawa Valley
  • The Sources of Ontario“Progressive” Conservatism, 1900-1914
  • The Conservative Party and Conscription in the Second World War
  • Popular Literature and Imperial Sentiment: Changing Attitudes, 1870-1890
  • Tariff Reform and the Resurgence of the Liberal Party: May 1903 to February 1904
  • The Role of Women in the Antislavery Movement
  • Progressivism in Industry: The Welfare Movement in the American Factory
  • Bismarck and the Press: The Example of the National Liberals
  • German Left-Liberals and the First World War
  • List of Members/Liste des membres
  • Report of the Archives Section
  • Report of the Local History Section
  • Report of the Treasurer/Rapport du trésorier
  • All rights reserved © The Canadian Historical Association/La Société historique du Canada,1967