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

Volume 23, Number 1, 2012

Table of contents (11 articles)

  1. “An Extensive Collection of Useful and Entertaining Books”: The Quebec Library and the Transatlantic Enlightenment in Canada
  2. The Co-optation of Tecumseh: The War of 1812 and Racial Discourses in Upper Canada
  3. “The Public Has The Right to be Protected From A Deadly Scourge”: Debating Quarantine, Migration and Liberal Governance during the 1847 Typhus Outbreak in Montreal
  4. Working at the crossroads: Statute Labour, Manliness, and the Electoral Franchise on Victorian Prince Edward Island
  5. Not for Alms but Help: Fund-raising and Free Education for the Blind
  6. « Procurer à mes lecteurs quelques heures de délassement » : Les Mélanges, les Notes de voyage et le roman Pour la patrie de Jules-Paul Tardivel
  7. Entangled Communities: Religion and Ethnicity in Ontario and North America, 1880–1930
  8. “Foreigners in Town”: Leisure, Consumption, and Cosmopolitanism in Late-Nineteenth and Early-Twentieth Century Tillsonburg, Ontario
  9. A Circumscribed Commemoration: Mrs. Rudolph Anderson and the Canadian Arctic Expedition Memorial
  10. Irene Baird’s ‘North and South’ in The Climate of Power
  11. Engendering Nationality: Haudenosaunee Tradition, Sport, and the Lines of Gender

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