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Canadian History Roundup – Week of September 17, 2017

 

A First Nations woman in a flower dress stands outside in a field near the ocean. She is standing at a wooden table, in the process of hand-canning salmon.

Woman canning salmon outdoors. 1947. National Film Board of Canada. Phototheque / Library and Archives Canada / e010948781. Copyright expired. This photograph was probably taken during the production of the National Film Board of Canada’s documentary “Peoples of the Skeena,” which was filmed in 1947 and released in 1949. The caption of this record has not yet been revised through Project Naming.

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Canadian History Roundup – Week of July 2, 2017

Canadian History Roundup July 2, 2017

Family making a shore dinner on Stony Lake. Mother, Father, and two little girls around fire in the foreground. August 1951. Photo by Chris Lund. National Film Board of Canada. Photothèque / Library and Archives Canada. 4312118 Copyright expired.

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Canadian History Roundup – Week of February 26, 2017

Canadian History Roundup February 26th, 2017

Housewives! Wage war on Hitler (1941-42). Canada. Dept. of Public Information. Toronto Public Library. Public Domain.

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Canadian History Roundup – Week of February 12, 2017

Canadian History Roundup February 12, 2017

Valentine’s Greeting Card (1940s-1950s), Paper Novelty Manufacturing Company Ltd. Canadian Museum of History, 2008.58.50.10.

 

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Canadian History Roundup – Week of January 15th, 2017

Image from the Vancouver, BC 2017 Women's March. Taken January 21, 2017 by Ian Spence. CC by 2.0

“Dignity and Respect.” Image from the Vancouver, BC 2017 Women’s March. Taken January 21, 2017 by Ian Spence. CC by 2.0

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Best New Articles from November 2016

Best New Articles November 2016

Because, let’s face it – who has time to catch up on all the journal articles published in Canadian history?

 

Welcome back to the Best New Articles series, where, each month, I post a list of my favourite new articles! Don’t forget to also check out my favourites from previous months, which you can access by clicking here.

This month I read articles from:

Here are my favourites, in no particular order:

 

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Canadian History Roundup – Week of November 20, 2016

A Blast Furnace (1926-1934) Clive Gardiner. Library and Archives Canada, C-109483

A Blast Furnace (1926-1934) Clive Gardiner. Library and Archives Canada, C-109483 CC by 2.0

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Canadian History Roundup – Week of October 30, 2016

Little girl outdoors feeding five swans, Kingsville (November 1954) / Chris Lund. Canada. National Film Board of Canada. Photothèque. Library and Archives Canada, e010949255 / CC by 2.0

Little girl outdoors feeding five swans, Kingsville (November 1954) / Chris Lund. Canada. National Film Board of Canada. Photothèque. Library and Archives Canada, e010949255 / CC by 2.0

 

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Canadian History Roundup – Week of October 16, 2016

A young girl in a red sweater holding a black cat (1953-1964). Rosemary Gilliat Eaton. Library and Archives Canada, e010980903. CC BY 2.0

A young girl in a red sweater holding a black cat (1953-1964). Rosemary Gilliat Eaton. Library and Archives Canada, e010980903. CC BY 2.0

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Canadian History Roundup – Week of August 14, 2016

A family picnic at Lake Waskesiu, Prince Albert National Park, Saskatchewan (July 1950), Frank Royal. Canada. National Film Board of Canada. Library and Archives Canada, e010955736 CC BY 2.0

A family picnic at Lake Waskesiu, Prince Albert National Park, Saskatchewan (July 1950), Frank Royal. Canada. National Film Board of Canada. Library and Archives Canada, e010955736 CC BY 2.0

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