Journal of the Canadian Historical Association

Volume 22, numéro 1, 2011

Sommaire (8 articles)

  1. 2011 Presidential Address of the Canadian Historical Association : Historians without Borders / 2011 Discours de la présidente de la Société historique du Canada : Historiennes et historiens sans frontières
  2. “[T]he teacher that cannot understand their language should not be allowed”: Colonialism, Resistance, and Female Mi’kmaw Teachers in New Brunswick Day Schools, 1900–1923
  3. E. Cora Hind’s Feminist Thought: “The Woman’s Quiet Hour” in the Western Home Monthly, 1905–1922
  4. Catholic Neutrality: The Peace of Henri Bourassa
  5. What’s traditional about “the traditional funeral”? Funeral rituals and the evolution of the funeral industry in Nova Scotia
  6. The First French-Canadian National Parks: Kouchibouguac and Forillon in History and Memory
  7. “The Greatest Man-Catcher of All”: The First Female Mounties, the Media, and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
  8. Blistered and Bleeding, Tired and Determined: Visual Representations of Children and Youth in the Miles for Millions Walkathon

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