Kingdom of the Mind : How the Scots Helped Make Canada.

RIDER, Peter E., and Heather McNABB (eds.). A Kingdom of the Mind : How theScots Helped Make Canada. Montreal & Kingston : McGill-Queen's University Press, (2006). First Edition. Pp [iii]-xxi,(1),[1]-282,(2). Illustrated. Index. 8vo, illustrated black and green card covers. McGill-Queen's Studies in Ethnic History, No. 20. Contents : Part One – Shaping. 1. The Scots’ Imaging of Canada (by Edward J. (Ted) Cowan). 2. Exiles or Entrepreneurs?: Snapshots of the Scots in Canada (by Marjory Harper). 3. A Man’s a Man because of That: The Scots in the Canadian Military Experience (by H.P. Klepak). 4.The Curious Tale of the Scots and the Fur Trade: An Historiographical Acco unt (by J.M. Bumsted). 5. Sojourners in the Snow: The Scots in Business in Nineteenth-Century Canada (by Douglas McCalla). Part Two – Creating. 6. Thistles in the North: The Direct and Indirect Scottish Influence on James BayCree Material Culture (by Cath Oberholtzer). 7. Aspects of Scottish-Canadi an Material Culture: Heart Brooches and Scottish Pottery (by George R. Dalgleish). 8. A Scottish-born Silversmith in Montreal: Robert Cruikshank (by René Villeneuve). 9. “Bonnie Lassies” and a “Coat of Many Colours”: Highland-Inspired Clothing at the McCord Museum (by Eileen Stack). Part Three – Building. 10. Sir William Logan and Sir J.W. Dawson: Victorian Geology as Scottish Science in a New World Environment (by Suzanne Zeller). 11. The Seed, the Soil, and the Climate: The Scottish Influence on Canadian Medical Education and Practice, 1775–1875 (by Jock Murray and Janet Murray). 12. A Scoutof the Past: Ramsay Traquair and the Legacy of the National Art Survey of Scotland in Quebec (by Irena Murray). 13. Scottish Identity and British Loyalty in Early-Nineteenth-Century Montreal (by Gilliani Leitch). 14. “In theHallowed Name of Religion”: Scots and Public Education in Nineteenth-Centu ry Montreal (by Roderick MacLeod). 15. Butcher, Baker, Cabinetmaker: A Viewof Montreal’s Scottish Immigrant Community from 1835 to 1865 (by Heather M cNabb). Very good. 16.00

Title: Kingdom of the Mind : How the Scots Helped Make Canada.

Author Name: RIDER, Peter E., and Heather McNABB (eds.). McGill-Queen's Studies in Ethnic History, No. 20. DAWSON, J.W. MURRAY, Jock

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Publisher: McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal & Kingston , 2006, ISBN:9780773529908:

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