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The making of a labour activist: James W. Orr, Saint John, New Brunswick, 1936-2009
The Canadian North West Rebellion 1885: a case study in counterinsurgency
Conceiving Christianity: Anglican women and lived religion in mid-20th century Conception Bay, Newfoundland
Away but still at home: a history of south shore Nova Scotian Acadians during the second World War
For God and empire: war sermons and voluntary enlistment among New Brunswick's Anglicans in the Great War, 1914 through 1917
Reimagining Religious Identity: The Moor in Dutch and English Pamphlets, 1550–1620
The Vancouver Hunger March of 1932: explaining a third period success
Standing up, fighting back: fostering collective action in CUPE New Brunswick, 1963-1993
The long road to modernization: transforming agriculture in Nova Scotia, 1867-1960
Origins of adaptation: cultural emergence in the US Army, 1970-1991
Lessons in mid-nineteenth-century New Brunswick teacher careerism
"Restorative in its effect, economic in its result": a re-interpretation of occupational therapy in Canada, 1914-1928
Pakistan against itself: the rise of extremism
The victory engineers: Anglo-Canadian and American engineering operations in northwest Europe 1944–1945
"We caught the torch you threw:" Great War memorials in New Brunswick, 1918–1926
Contrasting silences: the public memory of German women's experiences of the second world war in a divided Germany, 1945-present
"Antisemitism is a barometer of democracy": confronting the Nazi past in the west German 'swastika epidemic', 1959-1960
Tracing the destruction of women's bodies: survivor testimonies of menstruation in the holocaust
The life and letters of Prince Edward Island proprietor captain John MacDonald of Glenaladale: an exercise in humanities computing
"Living weather" for survival: cultivating local climatic knowledge in New Brunswick, circa 1790-1870

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