Historical Papers

Volume 7, numéro 1, 1972 Montréal 1972

Sommaire (18 articles)

  • Fifty Years of the Canadian Historical Association: What Next?
  • The Public Archives of Canada at the End of its First Century*
  • Neglected Implications of R.G. Collingwood’s Attack on “Scissors‑and‑Paste History”
  • The Assertion of Women’s Rights in Mid‑Victorian England
  • The Eastern Question in British Strategic Policy During the Franco‑Prussian War
  • Railway Politics in Montreal, 1867‑1878*
  • An Urban Environment: The Process of Growth in Winnipeg 1874‑1914
  • Canadian Immigration Policy and the “Foreign” Navvy, 1896-1914
  • The Condition of the Working Class in Montreal, 1897-1920 1
  • Le développement du port de Montréal au début du 20e siècle1
  • The Origins of the Canadian Co-operative Movement, 1900-1914*
  • “The Beginning of our Regeneration”: The Great War and Western Canadian Reform Movements
  • Peace Through Law: The United States and the World Court, 1923-1935
  • “Dirty Work at the Crossroads”: New Perspectives on the Riddell Incident
  • Noel Edward Buxton, The Anti-Slavery Society and British Policy With Respect to Ethiopia, 1932-1944 1
  • Ebb Tide of American Isolationism: The Senate Debate on the Arms Embargo, 1937-1939
  • Paternalism and Profits: The Ideology of U.S. Aid to Latin America, 1943-1971
  • Papers not Printed/Communications non imprimées
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