HIST 330: Social History of Canada (Rev. C1) Report a Broken Link

Unit 1.1 Required Reading

A.L. Burt, “The Mystery of Walker’s Ear,”

Canadian Historical Review Vol. 3, No. 3, 1922, pp. 233-255

Unit 1.2 Required Reading

Cornelius Jaenen, “Amerindian Views of French Culture in the Seventeenth Century,"

Canadian Historical Review, Vol. 55, No. 3, September 1974, pp. 261-291

Daniel K. Richter, “Imagining a Distant New World,” (Chapter 1, pp. 11-41).

In Facing East From Indian Country: A Native History of Early America. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 2001 and 2003

Unit 1.3 Required Reading

Gabriel Sagard, “The Long Journey to the Country of the Hurons,”

in George Wrong, ed. The Long Journey to the Country of the Hurons. Toronto: The Champlain Society, 1939.

Father Pierre Biard, “Letter from Father Biard, to Reverend Father Christopher Baltazar, Provincial of France, at Paris, June 10, 1611,"

in Ruben Gold Thwaites, ed. The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents, Vol. 1, Acadia: 1610-1613 (Cleveland, Burrows Brothers Co., 1896-1901).

Unit 1.4 Required Reading

Sylvia Van Kirk, “From ‘Marrying-In’ to ‘Marrying-Out’: Changing Patterns of Aboriginal/Non-Marriage in Colonial Canada,”

Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies, 23, 3 (2002): 1-11.

Susan Sleeper-Smith, “Women, Kin, and Catholicism: New Perspectives on the Fur Trade,"

Ethnohistory, 47, 2 (Spring 2000): 423-52.

Unit 2.1 Required Reading

Allan Greer, “National, Transnational, and Hypernational Historiographies: New France Meets Early American History,"

Canadian Historical Review, Vol. 91, No. 4, December 2010, pp. 695-724.

Unit 2.2 Required Reading

Jan Noel, Women in New France

Canadian Historical Association Booklet No. 59. Ottawa: Canadian Historical Association, 1998.

Jan Noel, “Caste and Clientage in an Eighteenth-Century Quebec Convent,”

Canadian Historical Review, Vol. 82, No. 3, September 2001, pp. 465-90, DOI 10.3138/CHR 82.3.465, pp. 465-90.

Unit 2.3 Required Reading

Kenneth Donovan, “Slaves and Their Owners in Ile Royale”

Acadiensis XXV, 1, Autumn 1995, pp. 3-32.

Josette Brun, “Gender, Family, and Mutual Assistance in New France: Widows, Widowers, and Orphans in Eighteenth-Century Quebec.”

In Nancy Christie and Michael Gauvreau, Mapping the Margins: The Family and Social Discipline in Canada, 1700-1795 . Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2004, pp.35-68.

Unit 2.4 Required Reading

“An Anonymous Memorandum on Colonization” (“L’envoy et l’Establissement des Colonies,” 1663.

In Cornelius J. Jaenen, ed., The French Regime in the Upper Country of Canada during the Seventeenth Century. Toronto: The Champlain Society, 1996: 34-37.

“Les Chansons Du Siège De Québec.”

In C.P. Stacey, Québec, 1759: Le Siège et al Bataille. Québec: Les Presses de l’Université Laval, 2009, 293-94.

Unit 3.1 Required Reading

Alan Taylor, “The Late Loyalists: Northern Reflections of the Early American Republic”

Journal of the Early Republic, 27 (Spring 2007): 1-34.

Peter Marshall, “Americans in Upper Canada, 1791-1812: ‘Late Loyalists’ or Early Immigrants?”

In Barbara J. Messamore, ed. Canadian Migration Patterns from Britain and North America. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 2004, 33-44.

Unit 3.2 Required Reading

Gwendolyn Davies, “The Diary of Sarah Frost, 1783: The Sounds and Silences of a Woman’s Exile,”

Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada, 42.2 (Fall 2004): 57-69.

Elizabeth Jane Errington, “‘Information Wanted’: Women Emigrants in a Transatlantic World.”

In Phillip Buckner and R. Douglas Francis, eds. Canada and the British World: Culture, Migration, and Identity. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2006, 10-28.

Unit 3.3 Required Reading

Catharine Anne Wilson, “Reciprocal Work Bees and the Meaning of Neighbourhood ”

Canadian Historical Review 82, 3 (September 2001): 432-464.

Unit 3.4 Required Reading

Ruth Bleasdale, Class Conflict on the Canals of Upper Canada in the 1840s

Labour/Le Travail, Vol 7 (Spring 1981): 9-39.

Gordon M. Winder, “Trouble in the North End: The Geography of Social Violence in Saint John, 1840-1860 ”

Acadiensis, XXIX, 2 (Spring 2000): 27-57.

Unit 4.1 Required Reading

Robert B. Kristofferson, “Craftsworkers and Canada’s First Industrial Revolution: Reassessing the Context ”

Journal of the Canadian Historical Association, vol. 16, no. 1, 2005: 101-137.

Unit 4.2 Required Reading

Peter DeLottinville, “Joe Beef of Montreal: Working-Class Culture and the Tavern, 1869-1889”

Labour/Le Travail, vol. 8/9 (Autumn 1981-Spring 1982): 9-40.

Julia Roberts, “‘A Mixed Assemblage of Persons’: Race and Tavern Space in Upper Canada ”

The Canadian Historical Review, 83, 1, March 2002: 1-16.