Acadiensis

Volume 38, numéro 1, spring 2009

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Front Matter

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Contributors / Collaborateurs

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Articles

  1. Portrait d’un « fondateur dans l’âme » : : Clément Cormier, pionnier des sciences sociales en Acadie du Nouveau-Brunswick
  2. Who’s Afraid of the Fenians? : The Fenian Scare on Prince Edward Island, 1865-1867
  3. Welcoming the Newlyweds: : Charivari, Shivaree, Serenade, Banjo, and Saluting in Nova Scotia, 1917-c.1975
  4. "For a Socialist New Brunswick": : The New Brunswick Waffle, 1967-1972
  5. Myth and Migration: : Unpicking the Career of the Reverend John Sprott
  6. Bureaucratizing the Atlantic Revolution: : The "Saskatchewan Mafia" in the New Brunswick Civil Service, 1960-1970

Review Essays / Notes Critiques

  1. The Dominion of Canada: : Recent Literature on Indigenous Peoples and Resource Management
  2. Dancing with Dependencies Where the Pavement Ends: : A Comparative Review on Aboriginal Healing and Development

Back Matter

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