Ontario History

Volume 102, Number 2, Fall 2010 Imagining New Worlds in the New World: Entertainment, Agency, and Power in Upper Canada Guest-edited by Michel S. Beaulieu and James W. Paxton

Table of contents (15 articles)

  • Imagining New Worlds in the New World: Entertainment, Agency, and Power in Upper Canada
  • The Games People Played: Tavern Amusements and Colonial Social Relations
  • Suitable Diversions: Women, Gentility and Entertainment in an Imperial Outpost
  • “Not that I lov’d Fleas less, but that I lov’d England more,”: Entertainment in Kingston, 1816-1837
  • Merrymaking and Militia Musters: Mohawks, Loyalists, and the (Re)Construction of Community and Identity in Upper Canada
  • Archival Sources

    Book Reviews

  • Contributors
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