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Volume 42, Number 1, Winter 2008

Table of Contents

Locating Family: Asian-Canadian Historical Revisioning in Linda Ohama’s Obaachan’s Garden and Ann Marie Fleming’s The Magical Life of Long Tack Sam

pp. 1-22

The British Columbia View of Cartoonist J.B. Fitzmaurice, 1908–1909

pp. 23-58

Cultural Authority and Canadian Public Broadcasting in the 1930s: Hector Charlesworth and the CRBC

pp. 59-82

The Woods Gordon Report, Accountability, and the Postwar Reconstruction of the National Film Board of Canada

pp. 83-104

Making Sober Citizens: The Legacy of Indigenous Alcohol Regulation in Canada, 1777–1985

pp. 105-126

A Comforting Past: Skirting Conflict and Complexity at Montgomery’s Inn

pp. 127-153

Out of Step or Leading the Parade?: Public Opinion about Income Support Policy in Alberta, 1995 and 2004

pp. 154-178

A Mixed Record: Gender and Saskatchewan Social Democracy

pp. 179-203


The Lay of the Land: Four New Books in Canadian Rural History

pp. 204-212

Crossing Borders, Changing Worlds: Eighteenth-Century Nova Scotia’s Atlantic Connections

pp. 213-219

New Books

New Books

pp. 220-221



pp. 222-223

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