Journal of the Canadian Historical Association

Volume 23, numéro 1, 2012

Sommaire (11 articles)

  1. “An Extensive Collection of Useful and Entertaining Books”: The Quebec Library and the Transatlantic Enlightenment in Canada
  2. The Co-optation of Tecumseh: The War of 1812 and Racial Discourses in Upper Canada
  3. “The Public Has The Right to be Protected From A Deadly Scourge”: Debating Quarantine, Migration and Liberal Governance during the 1847 Typhus Outbreak in Montreal
  4. Working at the crossroads: Statute Labour, Manliness, and the Electoral Franchise on Victorian Prince Edward Island
  5. Not for Alms but Help: Fund-raising and Free Education for the Blind
  6. « Procurer à mes lecteurs quelques heures de délassement » : Les Mélanges, les Notes de voyage et le roman Pour la patrie de Jules-Paul Tardivel
  7. Entangled Communities: Religion and Ethnicity in Ontario and North America, 1880–1930
  8. “Foreigners in Town”: Leisure, Consumption, and Cosmopolitanism in Late-Nineteenth and Early-Twentieth Century Tillsonburg, Ontario
  9. A Circumscribed Commemoration: Mrs. Rudolph Anderson and the Canadian Arctic Expedition Memorial
  10. Irene Baird’s ‘North and South’ in The Climate of Power
  11. Engendering Nationality: Haudenosaunee Tradition, Sport, and the Lines of Gender