Articles

  1. ‘We Shall Drink from the Stream and So Shall You’: James A. Teit and Native Resistance in British Columbia, 1908–22
  2. Wendy Wickwire
  3. pp. 199-236
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  1. Losing Ventures: The Railway Construction Contracts of Frank Shanly, 1860–75
  2. Richard White
  3. pp. 237-260
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  1. Le Code criminel canadien 1892–1927: Étude des acteurs sociaux
  2. André Cellard, Gérald Pelletier
  3. pp. 261-303
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Notes and Comments

  1. The Dieppe Raid Debate
  2. Brian Loring Villa, Peter J. Henshaw
  3. pp. 304-315
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  1. Recent Publications Relating to Canada
  2. Dean F. Oliver
  3. pp. 316-327
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Book Reviews

  1. I Have Lived Here since the World Began: The Illustrated History of Canada’s Native People by Arthur H. Ray (review)
  2. Ralph Pastore
  3. pp. 328-329
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  1. New Worlds for All: Indians, Europeans, and the Remaking of Early America by Colin G. Calloway (review)
  2. Olive Patricia Dickason
  3. pp. 329-332
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  1. A History and Ethnography of the Beothuk by Ingeborg Marshall (review)
  2. Shepard Krech III
  3. pp. 332-334
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  1. The Canadian Iroquois and the Seven Years’ War by D. Peter MacLeod (review)
  2. Ian K. Steele
  3. pp. 337-338
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  1. You Are Asked to Witness: The Stó:lō in Canada’s Pacific Coast History by Keith Thor Carlson (review)
  2. Bruce G. Miller
  3. pp. 338-340
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  1. Homeland to Hinterland: The Changing Worlds of the Red River Métis in the Nineteenth Century by Gerhard J. Ens (review)
  2. Tom Flanagan
  3. pp. 340-342
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  1. Indians at Work: An Informal History of Native Labour in British Columbia, 1858–1930 by Rolf Knight (review)
  2. John Lutz
  3. pp. 346-347
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  1. Dissonant Worlds: Roger Vandersteene Among the Cree by Earle H. Waugh (review)
  2. Robert Coutts
  3. pp. 348-349
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  1. Marguerite Bourgeoys and Montreal, 1640–1665 by Patricia Simpson (review)
  2. Kathryn A. Young
  3. pp. 350-351
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  1. Histoire populaire du Québec, tome 3. 1841–1896 by Jacques Lacoursière (review)
  2. Donald Fyson
  3. pp. 351-353
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  1. Le Théâtre à Québec au début du XXe siècle: Une époque flamboyante! by Christian Beaucage (review)
  2. Julie Boudreault
  3. pp. 353-355
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  1. Les intellectuels québécois: Formation et engagements, 1919–1939 by Catherine Pomeyrols (review)
  2. Sylvie Renaud
  3. pp. 357-359
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  1. Memory and Hope: Strands of Canadian Baptist History ed. by David T. Priestley (review)
  2. Barry Moody
  3. pp. 361-363
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  1. Toil and Peaceful Life’: Doukhobor Village Settlement in Saskatchewan, 1899–1918 by Carl J. Tracie (review)
  2. Paul Voisey
  3. pp. 368-369
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  1. Mennonites in Canada, 1939–1970: A People Transformed by T.D. Regehr (review)
  2. James Urry
  3. pp. 369-371
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  1. The Work of Their Hands: Mennonite Women’s Societies in Canada by Gloria Neufeld Redekop (review)
  2. Linda M. Ambrose
  3. pp. 371-373
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  1. For Home and Country: The Centennial History of the Women’s Insitutes in Ontario by Linda M. Ambrose (review)
  2. Linda Cullum
  3. pp. 373-376
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  1. ‘Other’ Voices: Historical Essays on Saskatchewan Women ed. by David Debrou and Aileen Moffatt (review)
  2. Kathryn McPherson
  3. pp. 376-378
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  1. Haven’t Any News: Ruby’s Letters from the Fifties ed. by Edna Staebler (review)
  2. Veronica Strong-Boag
  3. pp. 380-381
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  1. Canadian Papers in Rural History, vol 10, ed. by Donald J. Akenson (review)
  2. Daniel Samson
  3. pp. 381-384
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  1. Winners: 150 Years of the Peterborough Exhibition by Elwood H. Jones (review)
  2. E.A. Heaman
  3. pp. 384-385
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  1. Divergent Paths: How Culture and Institutions Have Shaped North American Growth by Marc Egnal (review)
  2. James Lemon
  3. pp. 385-387
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  1. Sir Wilfrid Laurier and the Romance of Canada by Laurier L. Lapierre (review)
  2. Réal Bélanger
  3. pp. 390-392
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  1. Lord Strathcona: A Biography of Donald Alexander Smith by Donna McDonald (review)
  2. T.D. Regehr
  3. pp. 392-395
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  1. Propaganda and Censorship during Canada’s Great War by Jeffrey A. Keshen (review)
  2. Tom Mitchell
  3. pp. 395-397
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  1. The Gallant Cause: Canadians in the Spanish Civil War, 1936–1939 by Mark Zuehlke (review)
  2. Myron Momryk
  3. pp. 397-399
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  1. The Diplomacy of Prudence: Canada and Israel, 1948–1958 by Zachariah Kay (review)
  2. David Bercuson
  3. pp. 399-400
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  1. Trading Beyond the Mountains: The British Fur Trade on the Pacific, 1793–1843 by Richard Somerset Mackie (review)
  2. Edith I. Burley
  3. pp. 401-402
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  1. Memory is a Fickle Jade: A Collection of Historical Essays about Newfoundland and Her People by Raymond W. Guy (review)
  2. Jeff A. Webb
  3. pp. 406-408
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  1. River Road: Essays on Manitoba and Prairie History by Gerald Friesen (review)
  2. Gerhard J. Ens
  3. pp. 408-410
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  1. Western Visions: Perspectives on the West in Canada by Roger Gibbins and Sonia Arrison (review)
  2. J.E. Rea
  3. pp. 410-411
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  1. The Politics of Power: Ontario Hydro and Its Government, 1906–1995 by Neil B. Freeman (review)
  2. Peter Wylie
  3. pp. 411-413
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  1. Co-operation, Conflict, and Consensus: B.C. Central and the Credit Union Movement to 1994 by Ian MacPherson (review)
  2. Brett Fairbairn
  3. pp. 414-415
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  1. The National Album: Collective Biography and the Formation of the Canadian Middle Class by Robert Lanning (review)
  2. Paul Axelrod
  3. pp. 416-417
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  1. For the People: A History of St Francis Xavier University by James D. Cameron (review)
  2. Don MacGillivray
  3. pp. 419-422
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  1. Forecasts for Flying: Meteorology in Canada, 1918–1939 by Morley Thomas (review)
  2. Richard A. Jarrell
  3. pp. 422-424
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  1. Using Computers in History: A Practical Guide by M.J. Lewis and Roger Lloyd-Jones (review)
  2. José E. Igartua
  3. pp. 424-425
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  1. Contributors
  2. p. 430
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