Journal of the Canadian Historical Association, 14). DUQUET, Michel. GWYN, Julian. KENNEDY, Sean.
Title: Journal of the Canadian Historical Association / Revue de la Societe historique du Canada, New Series, Vol. 14
Publisher:  Journal of the Canadian Historical Association, Halifax, 2003, ISBN:0887982158
Seller ID: 68860
(Canadian Historical Association). Journal of the Canadian Historical Association / Revue de la Societe historique du Canada, New Series, Vol. 14. Halifax: Canadian Historical Association, 2003. Pp. (8),1-279,(1). 8vo, illustrated blue card covers with white spine. Contents: Mary Vipond's "The 2003 Presidential Address of the CHA: The Mass Media in Canadian History: The Empire Day Broadcast in 1939" (pp. 1-22); Michel Duquet's "The Timeless African and the Versatile Indian in Seventeenth-Century Travelogues" (pp. 23-44); Helen Dewar's "Old World Conventions and New World Curiosities: North American Landscapes Through European Eyes" (pp. 45-64); Julian Gwyn's "The Miikmaq, Poor Settlers, and the Nova Scotia Fur Trade, 1783-1853" (pp. 65-92);Mark Walters's "How to Read Mississippi-Ojibway Legal Texts from Upper Can ada" (pp. 93-116); Sean Kennedy's "A Tocqueville for the North? Andre Siegfried and Canada" (pp. 117-134); Darren Ferry's "'To the Interests and Conscience of the Great Mass of the Community': The Evolution of Temperance Societies in Nineteenth Century Canada" (pp. 135-164); Roderick Macleod's "The Road to Terrace Bank: Land Capitalisation, Public Space, and the Redpath Family Home, 1837-1861" (pp. 165-192); Ross Fair's "'Fraught With All Sorts of Dangers:' Church, State, Politics, and the United Church of Canada Act (1924)" (pp. 193-230); Paul Stortz's "'Rescue Our Family From a Living Death': Refugee Professors and the Canadian Society for the Protection of Scienceand Learning, 1939-1946" (pp. 231-262. Very good. For the issue. 12.50