Ontario History

Volume 108, Number 1, Spring 2016

Table of contents (17 articles)

  • The Ballygiblins: British Emigration Policy, Irish Violence, and Immigrant Reception in Upper Canada
  • A Century of Snatching: Grave Robbing in Kingston, Ontario
  • The Ontario Veterinary College and the Establishment of the University of Guelph
  • The Making of a Conservationist: J.R. Dymond and His Environments, 1887-1932
  • The Myth of Mary Mink: Representation of Black Women in Toronto in the Nineteenth Century
  • “The varieties and unsettled habits of this new land”: Examining Family Strategies in Upper Canada through the Journals of Mary O’Brien
  • Book Reviews

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