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Unmaking Manly Smokes: Church, State, Governance, and the First Anti-Smoking Campaigns in Montreal, 1892-1914

Rudy, Jarrett (2001)

This paper examines a series of anti-smoking campaigns by the Montreal Women's Christian Temperance Union that were part of local, provincial, and federal campaigns for age restrictions on smoking and cigarette prohibition. The Montreal campaigns were particularly unsuccessful in comparison to those ...

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2011 Presidential Address of the Canadian Historical Association : Historians without Borders

Stewart, Mary Lynn (2011)

Using her own experience as a window into the experiences of many historians, and especially women historians, who entered the profession in the 1960s, Mary Lynn spotlighted four barriers this generation crossed. First, many who came from working-class families benefitted from the expansion of ...

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Reflections on Asylum Archives and the Experience of Mental Illness in Paris

Prestwich, Patricia E. (2012)

This article is a personal reflection on the challenges and rewards of doing research on the social history of mental illness and health. The author uses her experiences with the archives of a Parisian psychiatric hospital to discuss some ways of dealing with an overwhelming mass of archival ...

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How to Read Aboriginal Legal Texts From Upper Canada

Walters, Mark D. (2003)

In this article the author considers the interpretive problems that arise when trying to read legal texts produced by aboriginal communities in mid-nineteenth colonial Canada. Using a code of laws enacted by the Credit River Mississaugas in 1830 as an example, he explores how written aboriginal laws ...

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Discours de la présidente : Histoire comparée, histoire plus vraie ? Quelques balises et des promesses d’avenir

Fahmy-Eid, Nadia (1996)

L'auteure jette un regard rétrospectif sur ses propres travaux pour suggérer qu'à ses yeux, la recherche de la vérité constitue toujours Ie fort dement de la légitimité de la pratique historique. Ce faisant, avec pluseurs auteurs, elle tente de prendre ses distances vis-à-vis des débats ...

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The Seven Oaks Incident and the Construction of a Historical Tradition, 1816 to 1970

Dick, Lyle (1991)

The Seven Oaks incident, a violent clash between Métis and Hudson's Bay Company/Selkirk settlers at Red River in 1816, was long represented in Canadian historical discourse as a "massacre." In investigating the genesis of this interpretation, the paper examines the primary record and employs ...

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Presidential Address: National Unity and the Politics of Political History

Cuthbert Brandt, Gail (1992)

The latest lengthy round of constitutional discussions has once again highlighted Canadians' desire and need to know their history. But which history? In the opinion of some historians, Canadianists have done a disservice to their compatriots by forsaking national political history in favour of ...

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In the Borderlands of Periodization with “The blythnes that hes bein”: The medieval / early modern boundary in Scottish history

Cowan, Mairi (2012)

The conventional placement of the boundary between “medieval” and “early modern” periods in Scottish history has obscured our understanding of certain developments in fifteenth- and sixteenth-century Scotland. This paper proposes a reconsideration of periodization so that the fifteenth and ...

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Bobby-sox to Bach: Charles Templeton and the Commodification of Popular Protestantism in Post-World War II Canada

Kee, Kevin (2004)

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“Cool courage should always mark me”: John Wilkes and Duelling

Sainsbury, John (1996)

The duelling activity of John Wilkes, the eighteenth-century English radical, has not received much attention from historians. Yet it tells us a lot about his career and the responses that it evoked from the public at large. Through allegiance to the honour code, Wilkes self-consciously sought to ...

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