Canadiana.1

A. J. Casson Group of Seven

A. J. Casson
Group of Seven

MAPS OF CANADA  🚗

CONFEDERATION

Le Vent du Nord’s “ConfĂ©dĂ©ration” (22 April 2021)
Le Vent du Nord’s Lettre Ă  Durham (11 March 2021)
About Confederation, cont’d (6 October 2020)
About Canadian Confederation (15 September 2020)
Sir Wilfrid Laurier: the Conciliator (15 July 2020)
Confederation: Three Conferences (27 May 2012)

THE RAILROAD

From Coast to Coast: The Iron Horse, Part 2 (25 May 2012)
From Coast to Coast: The Iron Horse, Part 1 (24 May 2012)
From Coast to Coast: Louis Riel as a Father of Confederation (22 May 2012)
From Coast to Coast: the Fenian Raids (20 May 2012)
From Coast to Coast: the Oregon Country (18 May 2012)

FOLKLORE, TRADITIONAL MUSIC, & LEGENDS

Le Vent du Nord’s Confédération (22 April 2021)
Le Vent du Nord’s Lettre Ă  Durham (11 March 2021)
Octobre 1837 (27 February 2021)
Violoniste & Violoneux (27 October 2020)
Quebec Folklore: Celtic Roots (24 October 2020)
Blanche comme neige cont’d (30 August 2020)
Blanche comme neige (28 August 2020)
Old French Song:  Le Navire de Bayonne  (8 August 2018)
Sir Ernest Macmillan: a Testimonial (9 January 2012)
La Corriveau: a legend (1 April 2012)*

HISTORY

The Scots as Explorers (4 June 2021)
The Scots in Canada, cont’d (30 May 2021)
Scots in Canada (26 May 2021)
The Auld Alliance and the Scots Guard: Scots in Canada (20 May 2021)
Alexis de Tocqueville and John Neilson: a Conversation, 27 August 1831 (13 May 2021)
Alexis de Tocqueville & John Neilson (13 May 2021)
L’Exode told: Trente Arpents (10 May 2021)
The Exodus: railroads, land, and factories (6 May 2021)
The Exodus: Canadiens leave Canada (1 May 2021)
La Question des Ă©coles / The Schools Question. 2 (28 April 2021)
La Question des Ă©coles (24 April 2021)
Would that Robert Baldwin and Sir Hippolyte La Fontaine …  (22 October 2020)
La Henriade (10 September 2020)
New France: Huguenot Roots (7 September 2020)
The First French Settlement in the Americas (5 September 2020)
La Revanche des berceaux, or the Revenge of the Cradle (24 August 2020) 
About the Seigneurial System, cont’d (23 August 2020)
About the Seigneurial System (21 August 2020)
La Saint-Jean-Baptiste & Canada Day (6 July 2015)
Musing on Champlain & New France (9 May 2012)
Nouvelle-France’s Seigneurial System (28 April 2012)
Upper Canada and Lower Canada (12 April 2012)
The Aftermath cont’d: Aubert de Gaspé’s Anciens Canadiens (30 March 2012)*
The Aftermath: Krieghoff’s Quintessential Quebec (29 March 2012)
Jacques Cartier, the Mariner (17 March 2012)
Pierre du Gua: a mostly Forgotten Founder of Canada (5 May 2012)
Richelieu & Nouvelle-France (1 March 2012)
Une Éminence grise: Armand Jean du Plessis, Cardinal-Duc de Richelieu et de Fonsac (29 February 2012)
Évangéline & the Literary Homeland (cont’d) (24 January 2012)
Évangéline & the Literary Homeland (24 January 2012)

THE BATTLES

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