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The Canadian Career of the Fourth Earl of Minto

The Governor-General of Canada was an influential political figure of major significance at the turn of the century. The Fourth Earl of Minto, who held this office from 1898 to 1904, is regarded by some ...

Limits of Loyalty

In rare critical moments in history, the professional officers of a national armed force may be faced with the ultimate decision of whether to continue to support the government to which they had originally ...

Science, Technology and Canadian History

The first Conference on the Study of the History of Canadian Science and Technology, held in Kingston, Ontario in November 1978, marks the emergence of a new Canadian discipline. This wide-ranging, bilingual ...

Leopoldo Zea

The author analyzes Mexican national identity in the context of the philosophy of Leopoldo Zea, contemporary Mexican thinker. He attempts to establish national character traits peculiar to Mexico, using ...

Lawrence, Greene and Lowry

When writers go on journeys it is as often to explore the terra incognita of their own selves as to establish the identities of strange lands; in the case of many English novelists between the great wars ...

The New Hamburg Pottery

The New Hamburg Pottery was one of the twelve potteries in Waterloo County, Ontario, during the last half of the nineteenth century. The works was a family-operated business during most of its history. ...

Religion and Ethnicity

 

The essays in this volume deal with the relationship between living religious traditions in Canada and the fabric of Canadian society. Canada is a pluralistic society, ethnically and religiously. How ...

Pierre M. Irving and Washington Irving

Washington Irving and his nephew Pierre first met as adults in 1826. In compliance with teh wises of his uncle, Pierre assumed the roles of real estate agent, comptroller, editor, confidant and nurse. ...