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Canadian History Roundup – Week of January 29, 2017

"You Go Over Big With Me, Valentine", 1900-1960. Source: McCord Museum.

“You Go Over Big With Me, Valentine”, 1900-1960. C271_B8.14 Source: McCord Museum.

The latest in blog posts, news, and podcasts from the world of Canadian history.

 

Missed last week’s roundup? Check it out here.

*Note: I’ve put the final two days that I missed from last week at the top, and then this week’s current roundup immediately below! Thanks again for your patience!

 

Addendum to last week:

 


 


Whew, it’s been quite a week. Tomorrow we are resuming our regular schedule with another guest post. It looks fantastic, so I can’t wait for you to see it. If you liked this post, please considering sharing on Facebook, Twitter, or any other social media platform. And yes, I do know that it is not Valentine’s Day yet, but I have so many cute cards that I want to share that I just couldn’t wait. See you tomorrow!

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4 Comments

  1. I love reading your weekly roundup… you sure find out some quirky things!

    • Andrea Eidinger

      February 6, 2017 at 8:37 pm

      Thank you! It’s really been quite a revelation to see how much Canadian history there is on the web, and how often it it references in the media. Especially considering all the doom and gloom announcements that no one cares about history.

  2. I always love these, and thanks so much for sharing!

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