Canadian Catholic Historical Association

CCHA Historical Studies, 51(1984)

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Articles:

Terry Crowley: The Inroads of Secularization in Eighteenth-Century New France: Church and People at Louisbourg,” pp. 5-27 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

Michael Power: Father Edmund Burke: Along the Detroit River Frontier, 1794-1797,” pp. 29-46 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

Murray W. Nicolson: John Elmsley and the Rise of Irish Catholic Social Action in Victorian Toronto,” pp. 47-66 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

Debra L. Nash-Chambers: In the Palm of God's Hand? The Irish Catholic Experience in Mid-Nineteenth Century Guelph,” pp. 67-87 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

Sarah MacPherson, C.S.M.: Religious Women in Nova Scotia: A Struggle for Autonomy. A Sketch of the Sisters of St. Martha of Antigonish, Nova Scotia, 1900-1960,” pp. 89-106 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

Mark G. McGowan: “’Religious Duties and Patriotic Endeavour’: The Catholic Church Extension Society, French Canada and the Prairie West, 1908-1916,” pp. 107-109 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

F.J. McEvoy: Religion and Politics in Foreign Policy: Canadian Government Relations with the Vatican,” pp. 121-141 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

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