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

Volume 16, Number 1, 2005

Table of contents (13 articles)

London 2005

  1. 2005 Presidential Address of the CHA: Space and Region in Canadian History
  2. 2005 Discours du président de la S.H.C. Les concepts d’espace et de région en histoire du Canada
  3. Hostage-taking 1754: Virginians vs Canadians
  4. Pour une nouvelle synthèse sur les processus électoraux du XIXe siècle québécois
  5. Craftsworkers and Canada’s First Industrial Revolution: Reassessing the Context
  6. Three Cheers for Lord Denman: Reformers, the Irish, and Jury Reforms in Nova Scotia, 1833-1845
  7. Late-Victorian Gentlemen Entrepreneurs Venturing Into New Worlds of Canadian Business: The Nestegg Mining Company, 1896-98
  8. “eyes wide open”: E. W. Backus and The Pitfalls of Investing in Ontario’s Pulp and Paper Industry, 1902-1932
  9. The Horror at Home: The Canadian Military and the “Great” Influenza Pandemic of 1918
  10. He Is Depending on You: Militarism, Martyrdom, and the Appeal to Manliness in the Case of France’s ‘Croix de Feu’, 1931-1940.
  11. Federal Spaces, Local Conflicts: National Parks and the Exclusionary Politics of the Conservation Movement in Ontario, 1900-1935
  12. Eminent Pearsonians: Britishness, Anti-Britishness, and Canadianism
  13. Errata

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