Profiles of a Province
Ontario Historical Society, 1967 - 233 pages
A collection of essays commissioned by the Ontario Historical Society to commemmorate the centennial of Ontario.
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The United Empire Loyalists
The Reform Movement in Upper Canada
Upper Canada and the Conservative Tradition
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