Ontario History

Volume 108, numéro 2, fall 2016

Sommaire (17 articles)

  • “A journey undertaken under peculiar circumstances”: The Perilous Escape of William Lyon Mackenzie December 7 to 11, 1837
  • Justice Delayed is Justice Denied: The Lord Nelson Case
  • Contesting the Protestant Consensus: Voluntarists, Methodists, and the Persistence of Evangelical Dissent in Upper Canada, 1829-1854
  • Useful Ornaments: Form and Function at Demill Ladies’ College
  • At Work in Meadowvale Village
  • Book Reviews

    1. Memoirs and Reflections by Roy McMurtry
    2. Family Ties: Living History in Canadian House Museums by Andrea Terry
    3. Imprinting Britain: Newspaper, Sociability, and the Shaping of British North America by Michael Eamon
    4. Thunder in the Skies: A Canadian Gunner in the Great War by Derek Grout
    5. Phantoms of the French Fur Trade: Twenty Men Who Worked in the Trade Between 1618 and 1758, vols. I, II, and III by Timothy J. Kent
    6. Creating Colonial Pasts: History, Memory, and Commemoration in Southern Ontario, 1860-1980 by Cecilia Morgan
    7. Heart of the Great Lakes – Lake Huron and the Saugeen to 1850 by Robin R. Hilborn
    8. Kensington Market: Collective Memory, Public History, and Toronto’s Urban Landscape by Na Li
    9. The People and the Bay: A Social and Environmental History of Hamilton Harbour by Nancy B. Bouchier and Ken Cruikshank
    10. Unwanted Warriors: The Rejected Volunteers of the Canadian Expeditionary Force by Nic Clarke
    11. Grit: The Life and Politics of Paul Martin Sr. by Greg Donaghy
    12. The Little Third Reich on Lake Superior: A History of Canadian Internment Camp R by Ernest Robert Zimmermann. Edited by Michel S. Beaulieu and David K. Ratz

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