Readings In Canadian History: Post-confederation by R. Douglas FrancisReadings In Canadian History: Post-confederation by R. Douglas Francis

Readings In Canadian History: Post-confederation

byR. Douglas Francis, Donald B. Smith

Paperback | November 17, 2005

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Substantially revised in its 7th Edition, Readings in Canadian History: Post-Confederation is a set of highly readable articles that have been chosen specifically to meet the needs of first and second year students of Canadian history. The variety and quality of the readings ensures stimulating classroom or tutorial discussion. The editors have provided a short introduction to each topic, extensive suggestions for further reading, and a short biography of each article's author.
Douglas Francis teaches Canadian history at the University of Calgary. He has published Frank H. Underhill: Intellectual Provocateur (University of Toronto Press, 1986), which won the J.W. Dafoe Book Prize (1986) for the best book published on a subject of national and international importance, and Images of the West: Changing Per...
Title:Readings In Canadian History: Post-confederationFormat:PaperbackDimensions:660 pages, 9.25 × 7.31 × 0.88 inPublished:November 17, 2005Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Topic OneAn Era of Nation BuildingArticle OneCurrent Canadian Constitutionalism and the 1865 Confederation DebatesJohn RohrArticle TwoThe Nationalism of the National PolicyCraig BrownArticle ThreeThe Philosophy of Railways: Conclusions and ConjecturesA.A. den OtterTopic TwoRegional and National Conflict in the Late 19th CenturyArticle FourProvincial RightsPeter H. RussellArticle FiveUnity/Diversity: The Canadian Experience; From Confederation to the First World WarJ.R. MillerTopic ThreeThe North-West Rebellion of 1885Article SixThe Métis Militant Rebels of 1885David LeeArticle SevenThe Indian Version of the Rebellion: An Untold StoryA. Blair StonechildTopic FourImperialism, Continentalism, and NationalismArticle EightImperialism and Nationalism, 1884-1914: A Conflict in Canadian ThoughtCarl BergerArticle NineHenri Bourassa on Imperialism and Biculturalism, 1900-1918Joseph LevittArticle TenCasting Daylight upon Magic: Deconstructing the Royal Tour of 1901 to CanadaPhillip BucknerTopic FiveRacism and NationalismArticle ElevenTaming Aboriginal Sexuality: Gender, Power, and Race in British Columbia, 1850-1900Jean BarmanArticle TwelveReluctant Hosts: Anglo-Canadian Views of Multiculturalism in the Twentieth CenturyHoward PalmerArticle ThirteenRace and Recruitment in World War I: Enlistment of Visible Minorities in the Canadian Expeditionary ForceJames W. St.G. WalkerTopic SixThe Impact of IndustrializationArticle FourteenGender at Work at Home: Family Decisions, the Labour Market, and Girls'''' Contributions to the Family EconomyBettina BradburyArticle FifteenJoe Beef of Montreal: Working-Class Culture and the Tavern, 1869-1889Peter DeLottinvilleTopic SevenLate-19th-Century Cultural Values in English-Speaking CanadaArticle SixteenIdealized Middle-Class Sport for a Young Nation: Lacrosse in Nineteenth-Century Ontario Towns, 1871-1891Nancy B. BouchierArticle SeventeenGendered Baselines: The Tour of the Chicago BlackstockingsColin D. HowellArticle EighteenFemininity First. Sport and Physical Education for Ontario Girls, 1890-1930Helen LenskyjTopic EightUrbanization in CanadaArticle Nineteen"Holy Retreat" or "Practical Breathing Spot"?: Class Perceptions of Vancouver''''s Stanley ParkRobert A. J. McDonaldArticle Twenty"Reckless Walking Must Be Discouraged": The Automobile Revolution and the Shaping of Modern Urban Canada to 1930Stephen DaviesTopic NineWorld War IArticle Twenty-OneAn Open Letter from Capt. Talbot Papineau to Mr. Henri BourassaArticle Twenty-TwoGhosts Have Warm HandsWill R. BirdArticle Twenty-ThreeRecruiting, 1914-1916Ronald G. HaycockTopic TenUnemployment and the Welfare State in the Interwar YearsArticle Twenty-FourThe Great War, the State, and Working-Class CanadaCraig Heron and Myer SiermiatyckiArticle Twenty-Five"We Who Have Wallowed in the Mud of Flanders": First World War Veterans, Unemployment, and the Development of Social Welfare in Canada, 1929-1939Lara CampbellArticle Twenty-SixCanadian Unemployment Policy in the 1930sJames StruthersTopic ElevenForeign Policy and World War IIArticle Twenty-Seven"A Low Dishonest Decade": Aspects of Canadian External Policy, 1931-1939James EayrsArticle Twenty-EightStaring into the AbyssJack GranatsteinArticle Twenty-NineBattle Exhaustion and the Canadian Soldier in NormandyJ. Terry CoppTopic TwelveGender and the Consumer SocietyArticle ThirtyHome Dreams: Women and the Suburban Experiment in Canada, 1945-1960Veronica Strong-BoagArticle Thirty-OneFatherhood, Masculinity, and the Good Life During Canada''''s Baby Boon, 1945-1965Robert RutherdaleTopic ThirteenMulticulturalism and Canadian IdentityArticle Thirty-TwoThe Merits of MulticulturalismWill KymlickaArticle Thirty-ThreeMulticulturalism, National Identity, and National Integration: The Canadian CaseJohn HarlesTopic FourteenQuebec/CanadaArticle Thirty-FourPolitics and the Reinforcement of the French La