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1 WILSON, J. Donald (ed.) JOHNSTON, A.J.B. Imperfect Past : Education and Society in Canadian History.
Canadian History of Education Association by Centre for the Study of Curriculum and Instruction, Vancouver), 1984, ISBN:0888653689 
WILSON, J. Donald (ed.). An Imperfect Past : Education and Society in Canadian History. (Vancouver) : Published in Association with the Canadian History of Education Association by Centre for the Study of Curriculum and Instruction, University of British Columbia, 1984. Pp (8),[1]-218,(2). 8vo, illustrated white card covers. A selection of papers from CHEA / ACHE conference in Vancouver, October 1983. Includes m”Education and Female Literacy at Eighteenth Century Louisbourg: The Work of the Soeurs de la Congrégation de Notre Dame” by A.J.B. Johnston (pp 48-66). Contents include: Part One: HISTORIOGRAPHY AND EDUCATIONAL REFORM: "Some Observations on Recent Trends in Canadian Educational History", by J. Donald Wilson; "Can Education Change Society?" by Brian Simon; Part Two: LITERACY AND FEMALE EDUCATION: "Educationand Female Literacy at 18th-Century Louisbourg: The Work of the Soeurs de la Congrégation de Notre Dame" by A. J. B. Johnson; "L'enseignement ménageret les " home economics" au Québec et en Ontario au début du 20e siècle: u ne analyse comparée" by Marta Danylewycz and Nadia Fahmy-Eid; Part Three: NATIVE PEOPLES AND EDUCATION: "Growing up Metis: Fur Traders' Children in the Pacific Northwest" by Juliet Pollard; "Duncan Campbell Scott and Indian Education Policy" by Brian Titley; Part Four: SCHOOLMASTERS, REFORMERS AND IDEOLOGY: "John Strachan, Schoolmaster, and the Evolution of the Elite in Upper Canada/Ontario" by Frederick H. Armstrong; "Anti-American Ideology and Education Reform in 19th-Century Upper Canada" by James Love;. Part Five: RURAL EDUCATION AND ETHNICITY: "Hostile Landscapes and the Spectre of Illiteracy: Devising Retrieval Systems For Sequestered Children in Northern Ontario, 1875-1930" by John Abbott; "For St George and Canada: The Fellowship ofthe Maple Leaf and Education On the Prairies, 1919-1929" by John Lyons. Ve ry good. 25.00

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