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157 pp, 9 11/16" H. Contents: The Appalachian Barrier in Canadian History (The Presidential Address), by Reginald G. Trotter; The Emergence of the Coureur de Bois as a Social Type, by Richard M. Saunders; Life and Customs in the French Villages of the Old Illinois Country (1763-1939), by J.M. Carriere; When a Whole Royal Family Came to America (Portuguese Royal Family in Brazil, 1808-1821), by Herbert Heaton; The Illegal Fur Trade out of New France, 1713-60, by Jean Lunn; Empire Unity and Colonial Nationalism, 1884-1911, by Albert Colby Cooke; Reciprocity and the Joint High Commission of 1898-9, by Joan M.V. Foster; Canada's Rejection of Reciprocity in 1911, by L. Ethan Ellis; Sir Francis Hincks, Finance Minister of Canada, 1869-73, by R.S. Longley; The Contribution of Macdonald Conservatism to National Unity, 1854-78, by A.D. Lockhart; Edward Blake, the Liberal Party, and Unrestricted Reciprocity, by Frank H. Underhill; Preserving Canada's Historic Past, by the National Parks Bureau, Lands, Parks, and Forests Branch, Department of Mines and Resources; Report of the Secretary / Report of the Treasurer, by Norman Fee; List of Members and Affiliated Associations. Interior - very light browing in margins of pages, double bump with some creases at top corner of all pages. Exterior - browning and some wrinkling on spine, some soft creases at corners of covers - small piece missing at top rear corner, small area of a partial stamp mark at bottom of rear cover.
Title: THE CANADIAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. REPORT OF THE ANNUAL MEETING HELD AT MONTREAL, MAY 25-26, 1939. WITH HISTORICAL PAPERS.
Publisher: Toronto, Canadian Historical Association / University of Toronto Press: 1939
Binding: Soft Cover
Book Condition: Good
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 28946
Keywords: Canadian Historical Association, Appalachian Barrier, Appalachia, Coureur Du Bois, Fur Trade, French Villages, Customs, Old Illinois Country, Portuguese Royal Family, Napoleonic Wars, Brazil, New France, Colonial Nationalism, Reciprocity, Joint High Commision, Sir Francis Hincks, Government, Ministers, John A. MacDonald, Conservative Party, Conservatism, National Unity, 19th Century Canada, Edward Blake, Liberal Party, Unrestricted Reciprocity, National Parks, 18th Century, Early 20th Century Canada.,