- Canadian Social Studies (List VII A)
1. D. G. Creighton in CJEPS, Nov., 1936.
2. See, for example, the review by R. O. MacFarlane in CHR, Dec., 1936.
3. Professor F. H. Underhill throws certain light on the attitudes reflected in the Globe, in “Some Aspects of Canadian Radical Opinion before Confederation” (Annual Report of Canadian Historical Association, 1927).
4. It was in 1893 that F. J. Turner before the American Historical Association remarked that the American frontier had come to an end. In subsequent years Americans in search of a frontier and free land had to cross into Canada.