Journal of the Canadian Historical Association

Volume 13, numéro 1, 2002

Sommaire (13 articles)

Toronto 2002

  1. Women and Inheritance in Nineteenth-Century Newfoundland
  2. Solder les comptes : les sources de crédits dans les magasins généraux ruraux de l’est canadien au milieu du XIXe siècle
  3. Survival, Resistance, and the Canadian State: The Transformation of New Brunswick’s Native Economy, 1867-1930
  4. Re-imaging the Moral Order of Urban Space: Religion and Photography in Winnipeg, 1900-1914
  5. Modernity and the Denominational Imperative: The Children’s Aid Society of Halifax, 1905-1925
  6. Contact Across a Diseased Boundary: Urban Space and Social Interaction During Winnipeg’s Influenza Epidemic, 1918-1919
  7. Bringing Anti-Racism into Historical Explanation: The Victoria Chinese Students’ Strike of 1922-3 Revisited
  8. “Literary Memorials”: The Great War Regimental Histories, 1919-1939
  9. Consolidating the Continental Drift: American Influence on Diefenbaker’s National Oil Policy
  10. Canada and the Financing of the United Nations Emergency Force, 1957-1963
  11. Worlds Apart in Acadie: Official Languages Programs in Education in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, 1968-1984
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