Canadian Catholic Historical Association

 

CCHA, Historical Studies, 56 (1989)

 

Table of Contents

 

List of Contributors, p. 7 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

Editor’s Foreword, p. 8 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

Articles:

 

Raymond Huel: “The Oblates, the Métis, and 1885: The Breakdown of Traditional Relationships,” pp. 9-29 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

Roberto Perin: “Clerics and the Constitution: The Quebec Church and Minority Rights in Canada,” pp. 31-47 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

Michael Power: “Fallon Versus Forster: The Struggle Over Assumption College, 1919-1925,” pp. 49-66 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

Michael Cottrell: “John O’Donohoe and the Politics of Ethnicity in Nineteenth-Century Ontario,” pp. 67-84 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

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