Canadian Catholic Historical Association

 

CCHA, Historical Studies, 61 (1995)

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

List of contributors, pp. 6-8 (Access in HTML) (Access in PDF)

 

Editor’s Foreword, pp. 9-11 (Access in HTML) (Access in PDF)

 

Articles:

 

Robert Carney, “Aboriginal Residential Schools Before Confederation: The Early Experience,” pp. 13-40 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

Michael Cottrell, “John Joseph Leddy and the Battle for the Soul of the Catholic Church in the West,” pp. 41-51 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

Duff Crerar, “In the Day of Battle: Canadian Catholic Chaplains in the field, 1885-1945,” pp. 53-77 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

Terence J. Fay, “A Historiography of recent Publications on Catholic Native Residential Schools,” pp. 79-97 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

Elizabeth W. McGahan, “The Sisters of Charity of the Immaculate Conception: A Canadian Case Study,” pp. 99-133 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

Mary Olga McKenna, “Paradigm Shifts in a Women’s Religious Institute: The Sisters of Charity, Halifax, 1950-1979,” pp. 135-151 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

Vincent McNally, “Who is Leading? Archbishop John Thomas Troy and the Priests and People in the Archdiocese of Dublin 1787-1823,” pp. 153-170 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

Alexander Reford, “St. Michael’s College at the University of Toronto, 1958-1978: The Frustrations of Federation,” pp. 171-194 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

Margaret Sanche, “A Matter of Identity: St. Thomas More College at the University of Saskatchewan, 1961-1977,” pp. 195-214 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

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