Three Conferences, Confederation and Now: Civil Unrest (27 May 2012)

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)

La Saint-Jean-Baptiste & Canada Day (6 July 2015) 
Nouvelle-France’s Seigneurial System (28 April 2012)
La Corriveau: A Legend (1 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

Nouvelle-France’s Last and Lost Battle: The Battle of the Plains of Abraham
The Battle of Fort William Henry & Cooper’s Last of the Mohicans
Louis-Joseph de Montcalm-Gozon, Marquis de Saint-Veran  

11 thoughts on “Canadiana.1”

  1. If you need the best up to date information, you will want to get it from one of the best experts in the SEtiaff/liAOe space. I learned from Jerry West and it has been a huge benefit to my career.


  2. I made a fool of myself.


  3. Great post.


  4. Very interesting material here. By the way, thanks for taking time away from your writing to visit my blog. Enjoyed having you as a guest.

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    • One thinks one knows enough about a subject, but looking for information to write a post is an awakening. I will be visiting again. There are days devoted to
      visiting. I enjoyed my visit to your blog. It was very pleasant.
      Thank you for your kind comments.
      Micheline 🙂

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  5. A lovely picture. Thanks for posting it. Thanks also for stopping by my blog.


  6. I found you. Thank you so much. I need perspective and I find it.


  7. I’m excited to have found a Canadian blogger who also shares my interest in art and magical realism. Do you ever review novels of that bent?


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