9780195420180

Interpreting Canada's Past A Post-Confederation Reader

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  • Edition: 3rd
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  • Copyright: 2004-10-28
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
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Designed to accompany J.M. Bumsted's introductory history texts (the two-volume Peoples of Canada and the single-volume History of the Canadian Peoples), Interpreting Canada's Past is a collection of readings that now includes primary documents as well as previously published scholarly articles.

Table of Contents

Preface viii
0NE ESTABLISHING A NEW ORDER? 1(36)
Introduction
1(1)
Primary documents
1 'Convention at Yale'
ALEXANDER BEGG
2(2)
2 'Articles of a Treaty made and concluded near Carlton...' (Treaty No. 6, 1876)
4(5)
Historical interpretations
3 From John A. Macdonald: The Old Chieftain
DONALD CREIGHTON
9(3)
4 From Visions of Order
KEITH WALDEN
12(9)
5 From 'Taming Aboriginal Sexuality: Gender, Power, and Race in British Columbia, 1850-1900'
JEAN BARMAN
21(16)
TWO REBELS AND REACTIONARIES 37(40)
Introduction
37(1)
Primary documents
1 From Two Months in the Camp of Big Bear
THERESA DELANEY AND THERESA GOWANLOCK
38(9)
2 'Speech of Mr. D'Alton McCarthy, M.P., on the French Language in the North-West, 18 February 1890'
47(6)
Historical interpretations
3 From The Birth of Western Canada
G.F.G. STANLEY
53(4)
4 From Louis 'David' Riel
THOMAS FLANAGAN
57(8)
5 From Loyal till Death: Indians and the North-West Rebellion
BLAIR STONECHILD and BILL WAISER
65(12)
THREE IMPERIALISM AND ITS CRITICS 77(48)
Introduction
77(1)
Primary documents
1 From Canada and the Canadian Question
GOLDWIN SMITH
78(8)
2 From The Struggle for Imperial Unity
GEORGE T. DENISON
86(4)
Historical interpretations
3 From The Sense of Power: Studies in the Ideas of Canadian Imperialism, 1867-1914
CARL BERGER
90(10)
4 From "Of Slender Frame and Delicate Appearance": The Placing of Laura Secord in the Narratives of Canadian Loyalist History'
CECILIA MORGAN
100(10)
5 From 'Idealized Middle-Class Sport for a Young Nation: Lacrosse in Nineteenth-Century Ontario Towns, 1871-1891'
NANCY B. BOUCHIER
110(15)
F0UR THE MAKING OF THE CANADIAN WORKING CLASS 125(58)
Introduction
125(1)
Primary documents
1 To Knights of Labour' [Welland, Ontario], in Dominion Election Campaign of 1886: Hon. Edward Blake's Speeches
EDWARD BLAKE
126(3)
2 From The Conditions of Female Labour in Ontario
JEAN THOMSON SCOTT
129(8)
Historical interpretations
3 From 'The National Policy, the Workingman, and Proletarian Ideas in Victorian Canada'
F.W. WATT
137(13)
4 From 'Joe Beef of Montreal: Working-Class Culture and the Tavern, 1869-1889'
PETER DELOTTINVILLE
150(13)
5 From 'The Craftmen's Spectacle: Labour Day Parades in Canada, the Early Years'
CRAIG HERON AND STEVE PENFOLD
163(20)
FIVE THE AGE OF REFORM 183(42)
Introduction
183(1)
Primary documents
1 From The Unsolved Riddle of Social Justice
STEPHEN LEACOCK
184(7)
2 From The Black Candle
EMILY MURPHY
191(5)
Historical interpretations
3 From 'Salem Bland: The Young Preacher'
RICHARD ALLEN
196(10)
4 From The Age of Light, Soap, and Water: Moral Reform in English Canada, 1885-1925
MARIANA VALVERDE
206(5)
5 From 'Unmaking Manly Smokes: Church, State, Governance, and the First Anti-Smoking Campaigns in Montreal, 1892-1914'
JARETT RUDY
211(14)
SIX WORLD WAR I 225(50)
Introduction
225(1)
Primary documents
1 From 'The duty of Canada at the present hour: An address meant to be delivered at Ottawa in November and December 1914, but twice suppressed in the name of "Loyalty and Patriotism"'
HENRI BOURASSA
226(7)
2 'Canada will answer the call: Sir Robert Borden's inspiring war-message to the Canadian people: speech delivered at Toronto, Dec. 5th, 1914'
ROBERT LAIRD BORDEN
233(4)
Historical interpretations
3 From 'Race and Recruitment in World War I: Enlistment of Visible Minorities in the Canadian Expeditionary Force'
JAMES W. ST G. WALKER
237(17)
4 From -Sharing the Halo": Social and Professional Tensions in the Work of World War I Canadian Volunteer Nurses'
LINDA J. QUINEY
254(11)
5 From "'More a Medicine Than a Beverage": "Demon Rum" and the Canadian Trench Soldier of the First World War'
TIM COOK
265(10)
SEVEN CANADA ON THE AIR 275(38)
Introduction
275(1)
Primary documents
1 From Report of the Royal Commission on Radio Broadcasting
276(8)
2 From 'How Radio Wins Friends and Influences People'
FRANK CHAMBERLAIN
284(1)
Historical interpretations
3 From The Struggle for National Broadcasting in Canada
E. AUSTIN WEIR
285(7)
4 From Listening In: The First Decade of Canadian Broadcasting
MARY VIPOND
292(8)
5 From 'Constructing Community and Consumers: Joseph R. Smallwood's Barrelman Radio Program'
JEFF A. WEBB
300(13)
EIGHT THE WELFARE STATE 313(44)
Introduction
313(2)
Primary documents
1 From Social Security and Reconstruction in Canada
HARRY CASSIDY
315(7)
2 From The Dawn of Ampler Life
CHARLOTTE WHITTON
322(8)
Historical interpretations
3 From 'The Welfare State North: Early Developments in Inuit Income Security'
P.G. NIXON
330(7)
4 From 'We who have wallowed in the mud of Flanders: First World War Veterans, Unemployment, and the Development of Social Welfare in Canada, 1929-1939'
LARA CAMPBELL
337(13)
5 From 'The Endangered Family'
NANCY CHRISTIE
350(7)
NINE HER SECOND WORLD WAR 357(42)
Introduction
357(1)
Primary documents
1 'It's a Woman's War'
MATTIE ROTENBERG
358(3)
2 'Has This Structure of a Million Women Post-War Potentialities?'
LILLIAN D. MILLAR
361(3)
Historical interpretations
3 From 'The Necessity of Sacrifice for the Nation at War: Women's Labour Force Participation, 1939-1946'
DIANE G. FORESTELL
364(7)
4 From 'The Veterans Charter and Canadian Women Veterans of the Second World War'
PETER NEARY AND SHAUN BROWN
371(15)
5 From 'Counting the Costs of Living: Gender, Citizenship, and a Politics of Prices in 1940s Montreal'
MAGDA FAHRNI
386(13)
TEN BRING BACK THE 1950's? 399(48)
Introduction
399(1)
Primary documents
1 'Marriage Blueprints for Today's Youth'
MARGARET NESS
400(4)
2 From Crestwood Heights: A Study of the Culture of Suburban Life
JOHN R. SEELEY, R. ALEXANDER SIM, and E.W. LOOSLEY
404(11)
Historical interpretations
3 From 'Student Leaders at the University of Montreal during the Early 1950's: What Did Catholics Want?'
NICOLE NEATBY
415(9)
4 From 'Disciplining Children, Disciplining Parents: The Nature and Meaning of Advice to Canadian Parents, 1945-1955'
MONA GLEASON
424(12)
5 From 'Finding a Place for Father: Selling the Barbecue in Post-war Canada'
CHRIS DUMMITT
436(11)
ELEVEN QUEBEC AND THE 1960's 447(44)
Introduction
447(2)
Primary documents
1 From Bilingualism and Biculturalism: An Abridged Version of the Royal Commission Report
HUGH R. INNIS
449(7)
2 'Social Unrest, Social Class and Quebec's Bureaucratic Revolution'
HUBERT GUINDON
456(7)
Historical interpretations
3 From The Dream of Nation: A Social and Intellectual History of Quebec
SUSAN MANN TROFIMENKOFF
463(9)
4 'Has the Quiet Revolution Finally Ended?'
RAMSAY COOK
472(7)
5 'Why The Quiet Revolution Was "Quiet": The Catholic Church's Reaction to the Secularization of Nationalism in Quebec After 1960'
DAVID SELJAK
479(12)
TWELVE FIRST NATIONS: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES 491(48)
Introduction
491(2)
Primary documents
1 From Statement of the Government of Canada on Indian Policy, 1969
493(7)
2 From Citizens Plus
THE INDIAN CHIEFS OF ALBERTA
500(4)
Historical interpretations
3 From Making Canadian Indian Policy: The Hidden Agenda 1968-70
SALLY M. WEAVER
504(7)
4 From 'Oil and Lubicons Don't Mix: A Land Claim in Northern Alberta in Historical Perspective'
DARLENE ABREU FERREIRA
511(16)
5 From 'Aboriginal Education at the Crossroads: The Legacy of Residential Schools and the Way Ahead'
JEAN BARMAN
527(12)
THIRTEEN CANADA IN A GLOBALIZING WORLD 539
Introduction
539(2)
Primary documents
1 From 'Oh Say, Can You See?'
FRANK PEERS
541(11)
2 'The Free Trade Agreement Fails Canada'
MAUDE BARLOW
552(3)
Historical interpretations
3 'The Rhetoric of Culture: Some Notes on Magazines, Canadian Culture and Globalization'
IMRE SZEMAN
555(12)
4 From 'Repoliticizing Globalization in Canada: From the MAI to Seattle'
ELIZABETH SMYTHE
567(13)
5 From 'Being French in North America: Quebec Culture and Globalization'
DIANE PACOM
580

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