Canadian Catholic Historical Association

 

CCHA Historical Studies, 70 (2004)

 

Table of Contents

 

 

 

 

List of Contributors, p. 5 (Access in HTML) (Access in PDF)

 

 

Editors’ Foreword, p. 7 (Access in HTML) (Access in PDF)

 

 

Articles

 

Christine Lei, “‘The Science Ball’: Poetry as Historical Evidence,” pp. 9-28 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

Heidi MacDonald,. “The Social Origins and Congregational Identity of the founding Sisters of St. Martha of Charlottetown, PEI, 1915-1925,” pp. 29-47 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

Mark G. McGowan, “The Maritimes’ Region and the Building of a Canadian Church: The Case of the Diocese of Antigonish after Confederation,” pp. 48-70 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

Jessy C. Pagliaroli, “Kodak Catholicism: Miraculous Photography and its Significance at a Post-Conciliar Marian Apparition Site in Canada,” pp. 71-93 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

Timothy Pearson, “‘In the Eyes of the Children this was a Miracle’: Sanctity in Nineteenth-Century Quebec,” pp. 94-110 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

Elizabeth M. Smyth, “The Culture of Catholic Women’s Colleges at the University of Toronto 1911-1925,” pp. 111-130 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

Notes and Comments

 

Huguette Turcotte, “Hospitals for Chinese in Canada: Montreal (1918) and Vancouver (1921),” pp. 131-142 (Access article in HTML) (Access article in PDF)

 

Abstracts/Résumés, pp. 143-149 (Access in HTML) (Access in PDF)

 

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