Journal of the Canadian Historical Association

Volume 8, Number 1, 1997

Table of contents (15 articles)

St.John’s 1997

  1. Presidential Address: The Invisible Historian
  2. Marginality, Co-Integration and Change: Social History as a Critical Exercise
  3. City Limits: Female Philanthropists and West Nurses in Seventeenth-Century Scottish Towns
  4. Irish Convict Transportation and the Reach of the State in Late Hanoverian Britain
  5. Évolution organisationnelle et sociale de la milice sédentaire canadienne : le cas du bataillon de Saint-Hyacinthe, 1808-1830
  6. The Transportation of Chinese Convicts from Hong Kong, 1844-1858
  7. Poisoning the Student Mind?: The Student Christian Movement at the University of Toronto, 1920-1965
  8. Constructing Community and Consumers: Joseph R. Smallwood’s Barrelman Radio Programme
  9. Polling Consumers: The Rise of Market Research Surveys in Canada, 1929-1941
  10. Pacifism or Anti-Imperialism?: The CCF Response to the Outbreak of World War II
  11. Fishing in the Cold War: Canada, Newfoundland and the International Politics of the Twelve-Mile Fishing Limit, 1958-1969
  12. Building a Culture of Retirement: Class, Politics and Pensions in Post-World War II Ontario
  • Abstracts/Résumés
  • Our Contributors/Nos auteurs
  • Unpublished Papers/Communications non publiées
  • All rights reserved © The Canadian Historical Association/La Société historique du Canada, 1998