Journal of the Canadian Historical Association

Volume 19, Number 1, 2008

Table of contents (13 articles)

Vancouver 2008

  1. Webs of Affection and Obligation: Glimpse into Families and Nineteenth Century Transatlantic Communities
  2. British Travellers, Nova Scotia’s Black Communities and the Problem of Freedom to 1860
  3. Location, Location, Location: David Ross McCord and the Makings of Canadian History
  4. Advancing the Liberal Order in British Columbia: The Role Played by Lieutenant-Governor Sir Hector-Gustave Joly de Lotbinière, 1900–1906
  5. Geographies of sexual commerce and the production of prostitutional space: Victoria, British Columbia, 1860–1914
  6. Provincial Solidarities: The Early Years of the New Brunswick Federation of Labour, 1913–1929
  7. Anti-heroes of the Canadian Expeditionary Force
  8. Visual Interpretations, Cartoons, and Caricatures of Student and Youth Cultures in University Yearbooks, 1898–1930
  9. The Promise of a More Abundant Life: Consumer society and the rise of the managerial state
  10. The Refugee ritual: Sopron students in Canada
  11. “Plus que jamais nécessaires”: Cultural Relations, Nationalism and the State in the Canada-Québec-France Triangle, 1945–1960
  12. Maverick Mothers and Mercy Flights: Canada’s Controversial Introduction to International Adoption
  13. To Visit and to Cut Down: Tourism, Forestry, and the Social Construction of Nature in Twentieth-Century Northeastern Ontario

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