DOCUMENTARY PROBLEMS IN CANADIAN HISTORY. VOLUME II: POST CONFEDERATION.


314 pp, 10" H. "The collection includes twelve articles by some of the leading specialists in a number of areas of Canadian history since Confederation. Each specialist concentrates on a certain problem and incorporates some of the documentary evidence he himself would employ in considering the problem." Contents: Laurier and National Unity; The Lord's Day Act of 1906 and the Sabbath Observance Question; Federal-Provincial Tensions within the Ontario Conservative Party, 1878-1900; Imperialism and Nationalism in English-Speaking Canada; Ontario Press Reaction to the Northwest Rebellion of 1885; The Nationalization of the Maritimes, 1867-1914; Meighen vs. the CCF: The York South By-Election, 1942; The Triumph and Decline of Prohibition; The Evacuation of the Japanese, 1942; Newfoundland's Loss of Responsible Government; La Revolution Tranquille: The Liberal Government of Jean Lesage in Quebec, 1960-66; The English-Canadian Mind in Conflict. Interior - partially erased previous owner's name in red ink on first page, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - crease at top/bottom corners of front cover, light wear at top/bottom of rear hinge.

Title: DOCUMENTARY PROBLEMS IN CANADIAN HISTORY. VOLUME II: POST CONFEDERATION.

Author Name: Bumsted, J.M., editor. (Paul Stevens, G.N. Emery, Charles W. Humphries, Douglas L. Cole, Donald Arthur Kubesh, C.M. Wallace, J.L. Granatstein, Richard Allen, Patricia Roy, G.E. Panting, Laurier La Pierre, Bruce W. Hodgins.)

Categories: Canada - Ontario, Canada - Maritime Provinces, Canada - Quebec, Canada - Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada - General,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Georgetown, Ontario, Irwin-Dorsey: 1969

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 28709

Keywords: Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Canadian Politics, Politicians, Canada, National Unity, Liberal Party, Lord's Day Act, Sabbath Observations, Church and State, Religion, Federal Government, Provincial Government, Federal-Provincial Relations, Ontario, Consevative Party, Imperialism, Nationalism, English-Speaking Canada, Press, Journalism, Northwest Rebellion, Rebellion of 1885, Martimes, Nationalization, Arthur Meighen, CCF, York South, By-Elections, Prohibition, Internment, Japanese, World War II, Second World War, Evacutation, Newfoundland, Responsible Government, Jean Lesage, Quebec, Revolution Tranquille, English-Canadians.,