Canadian Catholic Historical Association

 

CCHA, Historical Studies, 62 (1996)

 

Table of Contents

 

List of Contributors, pp. 9-10 (Access in HTML) (Access in PDF)

 

Editors’ Foreword, pp. 11-13 (Access in HTML) (Access in PDF)

 

Articles:

 

Sheila Andrew, “Selling Education: The Problem of Convent Schools in Acadian New Brunswick, 1858-1886,” pp. 15-32 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

Pasquale Fiorino, “The Nomination of Bishop Fallon As Bishop of London,” pp. 33-46 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

Paul Laverdure, “Sunday in Quebec, 1907-1939,” pp. 47-61 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

Peter MacLeod, “Catholicism, Alliances, and Amerindian Evangelists During the Seven Years’ War,” pp. 63-72 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

Nicole Neatby, “Student Leaders At the University of Montreal During the Early 1950’s: What Did Students Want?” pp. 73-88 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

Sheila Ross, “‘For God and Canada’: The Early Years of the Catholic Women’s League in Alberta,” pp. 89-108 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

David Seljak, “Why the Quiet Revolution was ‘Quiet’: The Catholic Church’s Reaction To the Secularization of Quebec after 1960,” pp. 109-124 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

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