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Through a royalist lens
“Superstition is the offspring of ignorance,” the suppression of African spirituality in the British Caribbean, 1650-1834
“Why bilingual? Why not?”
The application and transition of just war principles in Canadian defence policy 1947–2005
Denominationalism in a Loyalist county: a social history of Charlotte, 1783–1940
River of three peoples: an environmental and cultural history of the Wәlastәw / riviѐre St. Jean / St. John River, c. 1550 – 1850
Engineering equal opportunity: technocracy and modernity in New Brunswick during the long 1960s
The ties that bind: the mutual identity crises of Black and Jewish Americans in the late 1960s
Making it up as you go: racial policy in the Canadian military during the two world wars
The Impact of the Automobile on the Government of New Brunswick. 1897–1932.
“The worst winds of revolt”: connections between civilian and military dissidence during the French Crisis of 1917
From the routine of war to the chaos of peace: First Canadian Army's transition to peacetime operations – April 23rd to May 31st 1945
Demonizing the fairies: Scottish ministers and preternatural beliefs during the Scottish witch-hunts, 1550–1700
The Assumptionists, La Croix, and the Dreyfus Affair: a resurgence of French Catholic politicization
"There is considerable consternation": Lunenburg's quiet riot and other minority responses to the 1917 Military Service Act in the maritime provinces
Trial and error
Make way for tomorrow: New Brunswick’s visual and cultural modernity, 1930–1967
The urban battle of Ortona
Shermans in the sun: 12th Canadian Army Tank Regiment (Three Rivers) operations during Operation Husky, 10 July–17 August 1943
Expressions of professionalism, urban administration, and the Saint John Police Force, 1910–1920

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