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The contested past : reading Canada's history : selections from the Canadian historical review, edited by Marlene Shore

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The contested past : reading Canada's history : selections from the Canadian historical review
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The contested past
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reading Canada's history : selections from the Canadian historical review
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edited by Marlene Shore
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Includes some text in French
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Shore, Marlene Gay
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The contested past : reading Canada's history : selections from the Canadian historical review, edited by Marlene Shore
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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txt
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Contents
  • Dollard des Ormeaux and the fight at the Long Sault: a reinterpretation of Dollard's exploit (1932)
  • Brian J. Young
  • Religion and French-Canadian mores in the early nineteenth century (1971)
  • Jean-Pierre Wallot
  • Agricultural crisis in lower Canada, 1802-12: a review of a controversy (1974)
  • T.J.A. LeGoff
  • Revisionism and the search for a normal society: a critique of recent Quebec historical writing (1992)
  • Ronald Rudin
  • Class consciousness:
  • Aid to the civil power: the Canadian militia in support of social order, 1867-1914 (1970)
  • Desmond Morton
  • E.R. Adair
  • Shiners' War: social violence in the Ottawa Valley in the 1830s (1973)
  • Michael S. Cross
  • Through the prism of the strike: industrial conflict in southern Ontario, 1901-14 (1977)
  • Craig Heron,
  • Bryan D. Palmer
  • E.P. Thompson vs Harold Logan: writing about labour and the Left in the 1970s (1981)
  • Kenneth McNaught
  • Paternalism and politics: Sir Francis Bond Head, the Orange Order, and the Election of 1836 (1991)
  • Sean T. Cadigan
  • The return of native history:
  • Was Dollard the saviour of New France? (1932)
  • French presence in Huronia: the structure of Franco-Huron relations in the first half of the seventeenth century (1968)
  • Bruce G. Trigger
  • Amerindian views of French culture in the seventeenth century (1974)
  • Cornelius Jaenen
  • Historians' Indian: Native Americans in Canadian historical writing from Charlevoix to the present (1986)
  • Bruce G. Trigger
  • Gender politics:
  • Writing Canadian women's history, 1970-82: an historiographical analysis (1982)
  • Eliane Leslau Silverman
  • Skilled emigrant and her kin: gender, culture, and labour recruitment (1987)
  • Gustave Lanctôt
  • Gender history and historical practice (1995)
  • Joy Parr
  • Cultural history:
  • Methodist church and World War I (1968)
  • J.M. Bliss
  • Social gospel in Canada, 1890-1928 (1968)
  • Richard Allen
  • French Canada and the prairie frontier, 1870-1890 (1969)
  • A.I. Silver
  • Some Quebec attitudes in an age of imperialism and ideological conflict (1976)
  • Women of New France (Three Rivers: 1651-63) (1940)
  • A.I. Silver
  • Speaking modern: language, culture, and hegemony in grocery window displays, 1887-1920 (1989)
  • Keith Walden
  • PART IV: REFLECTIONS
  • On Canadian history:
  • Canadian history in retrospect and prospect: an article to mark the completion of the first twenty-five years of the Canadian Historical Review, 1920-1944 (1944)
  • George Brown,
  • D.G. Creighton
  • Canadian history in the 1970s (1977)
  • H.J. Hanham
  • Isabel Foulché-Delbosc
  • Belated review of Harold Adams Innis, The fur trade in Canada (1979)
  • W.J. Eccles
  • One step forward, two steps back: Innis, Eccles, and the Canadian fur trade (1981)
  • Hugh M. Grant
  • Second time around: political scientists writing history (1986)
  • John English
  • Where to begin and how: narrative openings in Donald Creighton's historiography (1991)
  • Kenneth C. Dewar
  • 1837-38: rebellion reconsidered (1995)
  • Allan Greer
  • Historian and society (1933)
  • Charles Beard
  • Historian and society (1933)
  • George M. Wrong
  • PART I: NATIONA AND DIVERSITY, 1920-1939
  • Defining the Canadian nation:
  • Canada and the Imperial War Cabinet (1920)
  • George M. Wrong
  • Growth of Canadian national feeling (1920)
  • W.S. Wallace
  • Canada as a vassal state (1920)
  • Archibald MacMechan
  • Nationalism and self-determination (1921)
  • W.P.M. Kennedy
  • Canada's relations with the Empire as seen by the Toronto Globe, 1857-1867 (1929)
  • The purpose of the past:
  • F.H. Underhill
  • Some American influences upon the Canadian Federation Movement (1924)
  • R.G. Trotter
  • Struggle for financial control in lower Canada, 1818-1831 (1931)
  • D.G. Creighton
  • Canadian migration in the forties (1928)
  • Frances Morehouse
  • Beginnings of Nova Scotian politics, 1758-1766 (1935)
  • W.S. MacNutt
  • The environment and natural resources:
  • Some vices of Clio (1926)
  • Assault on the Laurentian Barrier, 1850-1970 (1929)
  • A.R.M. Lower
  • Economic factors in Canadian history (1923)
  • W.A. Mackintosh
  • Extermination of the Buffalo in Western Canada (1934)
  • Frank G. Roe
  • Native-European contact:
  • Review of Harold A. Innis, The fur trade in Canada (1931)
  • W.A. Mackintosh
  • Social revolution in early eastern Canada (1938)
  • W.S. Wallace
  • Alfred Goldsworthy Bailey
  • PART II: WAR, CENTRALIZATION, AND REACTION, 1940-1965
  • Society and war:
  • Social sciences in the post-war world (1941)
  • A.R.M. Lower
  • Response to Lower, 'The social sciences ... ' (1941)
  • H.A. Innis
  • Need for a wider study of military history (1944)
  • A.E. Prince
  • In defence of political history (1950)
  • Beginnings of historical criticism in Canada: a retrospect, 1896-1936 (1936)
  • G.P. de T. Glazebrook
  • Redefining the nation:
  • Sir John Macdonald and Canadian historians (1948)
  • D.G. Creighton
  • Toronto vs Montreal: the struggle for financial hegemony, 1860-1875 (1941)
  • D.C. Masters
  • Agriculture in the Red River Colony (1949)
  • W.L. Morton
  • Origins of public broadcasting in Canada (1965)
  • Margaret Prang
  • George Wrong
  • Nationalism challenged:
  • Chapleau and the Conservative Party in Quebec (1956)
  • H. Blair Neatby,
  • John T. Saywell
  • Review of Guy Frégault, La Guerre de la Conquête (1958)
  • G.F.G. Stanley
  • British conquest: Canadian social scientists and the fate of the Canadiens (1959)
  • Michel Brunet
  • Nationalisme canadien-français: de ses origines à l'insurrection de 1837 (1964)
  • Fernand Ouellet
  • Past historians and present history in Canada (1941)
  • Concept of social class and the interpretation of Canadian history (1965)
  • S.R. Mealing
  • Lachine Strike of 1843 (1948)
  • H.C. Pentland
  • National policy, the workingman, and proletarian ideas in Victorian Canada (1959)
  • F.W. Watt
  • PART III: THE RENEWAL OF DIVERSITY, 1966 TO THE PRESENT
  • Limited identities:
  • People of a Canadian city: 1851-2 (1972)
  • Michael Katz
  • Gustave Lanctôt
  • Halifax merchants and the pursuit of development, 1783-1850 (1978)
  • David Sutherland
  • Never the twain did meet: prairie-maritime relations, 1910-27 (1978)
  • Ernest R. Forbes
  • Industry and the good life around Idaho Peak (1985)
  • Cole Harris
  • Of inequality and interdependence in the Nova Scotian countryside, 1850-70 (1993)
  • Rusty Bitterman [and others]
  • Quebec and nationalism:
  • Defeat of George-Etienne Cartier in Montreal-East in 1872 (1970)
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiv, 353 pages
Isbn
9780802081339
Lccn
2002284618
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)46907665
  • (OCoLC)ocm46907665
Label
The contested past : reading Canada's history : selections from the Canadian historical review, edited by Marlene Shore
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Dollard des Ormeaux and the fight at the Long Sault: a reinterpretation of Dollard's exploit (1932)
  • Brian J. Young
  • Religion and French-Canadian mores in the early nineteenth century (1971)
  • Jean-Pierre Wallot
  • Agricultural crisis in lower Canada, 1802-12: a review of a controversy (1974)
  • T.J.A. LeGoff
  • Revisionism and the search for a normal society: a critique of recent Quebec historical writing (1992)
  • Ronald Rudin
  • Class consciousness:
  • Aid to the civil power: the Canadian militia in support of social order, 1867-1914 (1970)
  • Desmond Morton
  • E.R. Adair
  • Shiners' War: social violence in the Ottawa Valley in the 1830s (1973)
  • Michael S. Cross
  • Through the prism of the strike: industrial conflict in southern Ontario, 1901-14 (1977)
  • Craig Heron,
  • Bryan D. Palmer
  • E.P. Thompson vs Harold Logan: writing about labour and the Left in the 1970s (1981)
  • Kenneth McNaught
  • Paternalism and politics: Sir Francis Bond Head, the Orange Order, and the Election of 1836 (1991)
  • Sean T. Cadigan
  • The return of native history:
  • Was Dollard the saviour of New France? (1932)
  • French presence in Huronia: the structure of Franco-Huron relations in the first half of the seventeenth century (1968)
  • Bruce G. Trigger
  • Amerindian views of French culture in the seventeenth century (1974)
  • Cornelius Jaenen
  • Historians' Indian: Native Americans in Canadian historical writing from Charlevoix to the present (1986)
  • Bruce G. Trigger
  • Gender politics:
  • Writing Canadian women's history, 1970-82: an historiographical analysis (1982)
  • Eliane Leslau Silverman
  • Skilled emigrant and her kin: gender, culture, and labour recruitment (1987)
  • Gustave Lanctôt
  • Gender history and historical practice (1995)
  • Joy Parr
  • Cultural history:
  • Methodist church and World War I (1968)
  • J.M. Bliss
  • Social gospel in Canada, 1890-1928 (1968)
  • Richard Allen
  • French Canada and the prairie frontier, 1870-1890 (1969)
  • A.I. Silver
  • Some Quebec attitudes in an age of imperialism and ideological conflict (1976)
  • Women of New France (Three Rivers: 1651-63) (1940)
  • A.I. Silver
  • Speaking modern: language, culture, and hegemony in grocery window displays, 1887-1920 (1989)
  • Keith Walden
  • PART IV: REFLECTIONS
  • On Canadian history:
  • Canadian history in retrospect and prospect: an article to mark the completion of the first twenty-five years of the Canadian Historical Review, 1920-1944 (1944)
  • George Brown,
  • D.G. Creighton
  • Canadian history in the 1970s (1977)
  • H.J. Hanham
  • Isabel Foulché-Delbosc
  • Belated review of Harold Adams Innis, The fur trade in Canada (1979)
  • W.J. Eccles
  • One step forward, two steps back: Innis, Eccles, and the Canadian fur trade (1981)
  • Hugh M. Grant
  • Second time around: political scientists writing history (1986)
  • John English
  • Where to begin and how: narrative openings in Donald Creighton's historiography (1991)
  • Kenneth C. Dewar
  • 1837-38: rebellion reconsidered (1995)
  • Allan Greer
  • Historian and society (1933)
  • Charles Beard
  • Historian and society (1933)
  • George M. Wrong
  • PART I: NATIONA AND DIVERSITY, 1920-1939
  • Defining the Canadian nation:
  • Canada and the Imperial War Cabinet (1920)
  • George M. Wrong
  • Growth of Canadian national feeling (1920)
  • W.S. Wallace
  • Canada as a vassal state (1920)
  • Archibald MacMechan
  • Nationalism and self-determination (1921)
  • W.P.M. Kennedy
  • Canada's relations with the Empire as seen by the Toronto Globe, 1857-1867 (1929)
  • The purpose of the past:
  • F.H. Underhill
  • Some American influences upon the Canadian Federation Movement (1924)
  • R.G. Trotter
  • Struggle for financial control in lower Canada, 1818-1831 (1931)
  • D.G. Creighton
  • Canadian migration in the forties (1928)
  • Frances Morehouse
  • Beginnings of Nova Scotian politics, 1758-1766 (1935)
  • W.S. MacNutt
  • The environment and natural resources:
  • Some vices of Clio (1926)
  • Assault on the Laurentian Barrier, 1850-1970 (1929)
  • A.R.M. Lower
  • Economic factors in Canadian history (1923)
  • W.A. Mackintosh
  • Extermination of the Buffalo in Western Canada (1934)
  • Frank G. Roe
  • Native-European contact:
  • Review of Harold A. Innis, The fur trade in Canada (1931)
  • W.A. Mackintosh
  • Social revolution in early eastern Canada (1938)
  • W.S. Wallace
  • Alfred Goldsworthy Bailey
  • PART II: WAR, CENTRALIZATION, AND REACTION, 1940-1965
  • Society and war:
  • Social sciences in the post-war world (1941)
  • A.R.M. Lower
  • Response to Lower, 'The social sciences ... ' (1941)
  • H.A. Innis
  • Need for a wider study of military history (1944)
  • A.E. Prince
  • In defence of political history (1950)
  • Beginnings of historical criticism in Canada: a retrospect, 1896-1936 (1936)
  • G.P. de T. Glazebrook
  • Redefining the nation:
  • Sir John Macdonald and Canadian historians (1948)
  • D.G. Creighton
  • Toronto vs Montreal: the struggle for financial hegemony, 1860-1875 (1941)
  • D.C. Masters
  • Agriculture in the Red River Colony (1949)
  • W.L. Morton
  • Origins of public broadcasting in Canada (1965)
  • Margaret Prang
  • George Wrong
  • Nationalism challenged:
  • Chapleau and the Conservative Party in Quebec (1956)
  • H. Blair Neatby,
  • John T. Saywell
  • Review of Guy Frégault, La Guerre de la Conquête (1958)
  • G.F.G. Stanley
  • British conquest: Canadian social scientists and the fate of the Canadiens (1959)
  • Michel Brunet
  • Nationalisme canadien-français: de ses origines à l'insurrection de 1837 (1964)
  • Fernand Ouellet
  • Past historians and present history in Canada (1941)
  • Concept of social class and the interpretation of Canadian history (1965)
  • S.R. Mealing
  • Lachine Strike of 1843 (1948)
  • H.C. Pentland
  • National policy, the workingman, and proletarian ideas in Victorian Canada (1959)
  • F.W. Watt
  • PART III: THE RENEWAL OF DIVERSITY, 1966 TO THE PRESENT
  • Limited identities:
  • People of a Canadian city: 1851-2 (1972)
  • Michael Katz
  • Gustave Lanctôt
  • Halifax merchants and the pursuit of development, 1783-1850 (1978)
  • David Sutherland
  • Never the twain did meet: prairie-maritime relations, 1910-27 (1978)
  • Ernest R. Forbes
  • Industry and the good life around Idaho Peak (1985)
  • Cole Harris
  • Of inequality and interdependence in the Nova Scotian countryside, 1850-70 (1993)
  • Rusty Bitterman [and others]
  • Quebec and nationalism:
  • Defeat of George-Etienne Cartier in Montreal-East in 1872 (1970)
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiv, 353 pages
Isbn
9780802081339
Lccn
2002284618
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (OCoLC)46907665
  • (OCoLC)ocm46907665

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