Title THE CANADIAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION. REPORT OF THE ANNUAL MEETING HELD AT MONTREAL, MAY 25-26, 1939. WITH HISTORICAL PAPERS.
Binding Soft Cover
Book Condition Good
Publisher Toronto Canadian Historical Association / University of Toronto Press 1939
Seller ID 28946
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.