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Call Number: eBook; print copy at REF F 1026 G69 2011
"... a handy reference to students of Canadian studies, Canadian history, Canadian government, and colonization studies. Includes a bibliography, maps, and appendixes of Canadian government leaders." (publisher's description)
A wealth of historical data in Statistics Canada's annual Canada Year Book is available free on the Internet in the Canada Year Book Historical Collection. It covers the first century of Canada's history, from 1867 to 1967, with historical text, tables, charts and maps.
Suggested Library of Congress Subject Headings
[Nation, Event, Religion, Concept, Discipline etc.] - History
"... the journal of record for the historical profession in the United States since 1895—the only journal that brings together scholarship from every major field of historical study." (publisher's description)
"... examines Canada and the Canadian point of view from an American perspective. Its articles - both interdisciplinary and disciplinary -explore Canada’s arts, cultures, economics, politics, history, and society, recognizing Canada’s distinctive position in the world." (publisher's description)
"... a peer-reviewed scholarly journal of international stature published at the University of Saskatchewan since 1966. The Journal publishes high-quality articles, historiographical articles, review articles, and reviews concerning all countries and periods of history." (publisher's description)
The mandate "is first, to publish the best scholarship about Canadian history, culture and society, whether the researcher is junior or senior, living in Canada or abroad; and second, to serve as a vehicle for disseminating solid, original research about Canada that falls between the cracks of more narrowly defined journals." (publisher's description)
Originally published in print, this collection contains searchable records for a wide variety of sources from the Canadian prairies, including books, newspapers, and images (many of which are digitized).
Quebec's national library and archives provide access to their materials, books, periodicals, images, audio-visuals, etc., searchable through their IRIS catalogue. Use the Advanced Search for best results.
Manitobia is a resource rich website devoted to the history of Manitoba during the period 1870-1920. Includes an excellent collection of historic newspapers, photographs, and maps, organized thematically.
The Heritage project is a 10-year initiative to digitize and make accessible online some of Canadas significant archival fonds which were previously available only in micro-formats. This resource encompasses pages of primary-source documents and chronicles the country and its people from the 1600s to the mid-1900s. This collection represents a unique resource for Canadian historians, students, and genealogists.