CANADA'S MOST PROMINENT HISTORICAL JOURNAL’S COMPLETE BACKFILE ONLINE!
The complete back file of the Canadian Historical Review is now available online. The CHR was launched in 1920 as a continuation of the Review of Historical Publications Relating to Canada, whose first volume appeared in 1897 and covered books published in 1896 and 1895. One of the earliest essays in the Review is a scathing reading of William Kingsford's The History of Canada, Volume VIII, documenting the fact that careless scholarship and questionable writing skills existed even in those days. Early CHR articles are equally interesting, with titles such as "The Growth of Canadian National Feeling" (W.S. Wallace), "A Plea for a Canadian National Library" (Lawrence J. Burpee), “The Forty-Ninth Degree of North Latitude as an International Boundary, 1719 – The Origin of an Idea” (Max Savelle), and “Volstead Violated – Prohibition as a Factor in Canadian-American Relations” (Richard N. Kottman).
These and thousands more articles, reviews and commentaries await you at CHR Online http://utpjournals.metapress.com/home/main.mpx.
The Review of Historical Publications Relating to Canada content is available at http://utpjournals.metapress.com/home/main.mpx under its own heading or at http://utpjournals.metapress.com/content/121096/
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