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A country nourished on self-doubt : documents in post-confederation Canadian history

Author: Thomas Thorner; Thor Frohn-Nielsen
Publisher: Toronto : University of Toronto Press, [2010] ©2010
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The second edition of <span style=""font-style: italic;"">A Country Nourished on Self-Doubt demonstrates that the raw materials of Canada's past provide extraordinarily engaging and informative insights into the richness of Canadian history.
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Thorner, Thomas.
A Country Nourished on Self Doubt : Documents in Post-Confederation Canadian History, Third Edition.
Toronto : University of Toronto Press, ©2010
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Thorner; Thor Frohn-Nielsen
ISBN: 9781442685994 1442685999
OCLC Number: 1099434642
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Cover; Half Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Prefaces; General Introduction (First Edition); Using Primary Historical Sources; Chapter 1 "A Fate Worse Than Death": Sexual Advice in Victorian Canada; Introduction; Discussion Points; Documents; 1. Benjamin Jefferis and James Nichols, Searchlights on Health, Light on Dark Corners, 1894; 2. "Female Cyclists," Dominion Medical Monthly and Ontario Medical Journal VII, 3, September 1896; 3. The Ladies Book of Useful Information Compiled from Many Sources, 1896; 4. J.E. Hett, The Sexual Organs, Their Use and Abuse, 1899; Further Readings Chapter 2 "Two Distinct Personalities": The Question of Riel's SanityIntroduction; Discussion Points; Documents; 1. François Roy, Testimony, The Queen v. Louis Riel, 1885; 2. Sir Charles Fitzpatrick, "Address of Defense Counsel," The Queen v. Louis Riel, 1885; 3. Mr. Robinson, "Address of Crown Counsel," The Queen v. Louis Riel, 1885; 4. Louis Riel, "Statement," The Queen v. Louis Riel, 1885; 5. Dr. François-Xavier Valade, "Report on the Sanity of Louis Riel," 1885; 6. Dr. Daniel Clark, "A Psycho-Medical History of Louis Riel," Journal of Insanity, July 1887; Further Readings Chapter 3 "Broken Promises": Treaties in the Far NorthIntroduction; Discussion Points; Documents; 1. Charles Mair, Through the Mackenzie Basin, 1908; 2. "Report of the Treaty Commission," September 22, 1899; 3. Susie (Joseph) Abel; 4. Ted Trindel, Testimony on Treaty #11 Signed at Fort Simpson, July 11th, 1921; Further Readings; Chapter 4 "The Unfriendly Reception": Immigration; Introduction; Discussion Points; Documents; 1. W.D. Scott, "The Immigration by Races," 1914; 2. W.A. Cum Yow, Testimony before the Royal Commission on Chinese and Japanese Immigration, 1903 3. Dr. Sundar Singh, Addresses Delivered to the Members during the Session of 1911-12, Empire Club of Canada4. Maria Adamowska, "Beginnings in Canada," 1937 and 1939; Further Readings; Chapter 5 "Perfect Justice and Harmony": Votes for Women; Introduction; Discussion Points; Documents; 1. Hon. John Dryden, Minister of Agriculture, "Womanhood Suffrage," Speech, Ontario Legislature, May 10, 1893; 2. James L. Hughes, Equal Suffrage, 1910; 3. H. Bate, "Are Women to Blame?," Grain Grower's Guide, March 1, 1911; 4. Nellie McClung, In Times Like These, 1915 5. Stephen Leacock, "The Woman Question," Essays and Literary Studies, 19166. H.D.P., "The Failure of the Suffrage Movement to Bring Freedom to Women," The Woman Worker, December 1928; Further Readings; Chapter 6 "What is Our Duty?": Military Service In World War I; Introduction; Discussion Points; Documents; 1. Peter McArthur, "Country Recruits," Glob, January 30, 1915; 2. Talbot M. Papineau, "An Open Letter from Capt. Talbot Papineau to Mr. Henri Bourassa," March 21, 1916; 3. Henri Bourassa, "Mr. Bourassa's Reply to Capt Talbot Papineau's Letter," August 2, 1916
Responsibility: edited by Thomas Thorner ; with Thor Frohn-Nielsen.
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The second edition of <span style=""font-style: italic;"">A Country Nourished on Self-Doubt demonstrates that the raw materials of Canada's past provide extraordinarily engaging and informative insights into the richness of Canadian history.

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