Journal of the Canadian Historical Association

Volume 6, numéro 1, 1995

Sommaire (14 articles)

Montréal 1995

  1. Presidential Address: The Future of the Past in Canada on the Eve of the Twenty-First Century
  2. The Practice of Portage in the Early Modern North Atlantic: Introduction to an Issue in Maritime Historical Anthropology
  3. Science and Scepticism in the Early Mission to New France
  4. National Gods and Local Contexts: Distinguishing the Five Emperors and the Five Manifestations in Late Imperial China
  5. War-Time Portraits of the Gringo: American Invaders and the Manufacture of Mexican Nationalism
  6. Home Lessons, Foreign Tests: The Background and First Missionary Term of Florence Murray, Maritime Doctor in Korea
  7. “Hands Off Our National Parks”: The Alpine Club of Canada Hydro-development Controversies in the Canadian Rockies, 1922-1930
  8. Nature’s Power and Native Persistence: The Influence of First Nations and the Environment is the Development of the Mattagami Hydro-Electric System During the Twentieth Century
  9. “Fishing for Stamps”: The Origins and Development of Unemployment Insurance for Canada’s Commercial Fisheries, 1941-71
  10. World War II and the Rebirth and Death of Canada’s Merchant Marine
  11. Donald Creighton and the French Fact, 1920s-1970s
  12. Le dialogue avec l’Autre : les dirigeants franco-ontariens et la question de l’immigration, 1927-1968
  • Unpublished Papers/Communications non publiées
  • Our Contributors/Nos auteurs
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