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8vo - 25 x 16.5 cm.; 250 pp. The Association was founded in 1922 with the object of encouraging the study of Canadian history and the preservation of historical artifacts, sites and documents. This is the report of the Annual Meeting held at Ottawa in June of 1967. Contents: 1 - "Nationality: The Experience of Canada" by Charles P. Stacey, 2 - "Church-State Relations in Canada, 1604-1685" by C. J. Jaenen, 3 - "Church and State in Maritime Canada, 1749-1807" by J. M. Bumsted, 4 - "La crise sous Craig (1807-1811); nature des conflits et historiographie" by Jean-Pierre Wallot, 5 - "Pressure Group Politics in Canada West before Confederation" by Joseph Wearing, 6 - "D'Arcy McGee and the Economic Aspects of New Nationality" by Robin B. Burns, 7 - "The Age of Gentitlity: The Formation of an Aristocracy in the Ottawa Valley" by Michael S. Cross, 8 - "The Sources of Ontario Progressive Conservatism, 1900-1914" by Charles W. Humphries, 9 - "The Conservative Party and Conscription in the Second World War" by J. L. Granatstein, 10 - "Popular Literature and Imperial Sentiment; Changing Attitudes, 1870-1890" by Gerald H. S. Jordan, 11 - "Tariff Reform and the Resurgence of the Liberal Party: May 1903 to February 1904" by R. A. Rempel, 12 - "The Role of Women in the Antislavery Movement" by Jane H. Pease and William H. Pease, 13 - "Progressivism in Industry: The Welfare Movement in the American Factory" by Stephen J. Scheinberg, 14 - "Bismarck and the Press: The Example of the National Liberals" by Robert H. Keyserlingk, 15 - "German Left-Liberals and the First World War" by S. T. Robson. Very minor wear and soiling to the covers.
Title: The Canadian Hsitorical Association. Report, 1967.
Publisher: Ottawa, Ontario., Canadian Historical Association: 1967
Book Condition: Very Good
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Seller ID: 13980
Keywords: History Canada Canadiana Germany WWI World War 1 CHA Church Craig