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Journal of the Canadian Historical Association
Revue de la Société historique du Canada

Volume 13, Number 1, 2002

Table of contents (13 articles)

Toronto 2002

  1. Women and Inheritance in Nineteenth-Century Newfoundland
  2. Solder les comptes : les sources de crédits dans les magasins généraux ruraux de l’est canadien au milieu du XIXe siècle
  3. Survival, Resistance, and the Canadian State: The Transformation of New Brunswick’s Native Economy, 1867-1930
  4. Re-imaging the Moral Order of Urban Space: Religion and Photography in Winnipeg, 1900-1914
  5. Modernity and the Denominational Imperative: The Children’s Aid Society of Halifax, 1905-1925
  6. Contact Across a Diseased Boundary: Urban Space and Social Interaction During Winnipeg’s Influenza Epidemic, 1918-1919
  7. Bringing Anti-Racism into Historical Explanation: The Victoria Chinese Students’ Strike of 1922-3 Revisited
  8. “Literary Memorials”: The Great War Regimental Histories, 1919-1939
  9. Consolidating the Continental Drift: American Influence on Diefenbaker’s National Oil Policy
  10. Canada and the Financing of the United Nations Emergency Force, 1957-1963
  11. Worlds Apart in Acadie: Official Languages Programs in Education in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, 1968-1984
  1. Abstracts/Résumés
  2. Our Contributors/Nos auteurs

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