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The Confederation debates in the Province of Canada, 1865 : a selection by P. B. Waite
The French-Canadian Outlook by Wade Mason
The Jesuit relations and allied documents; a selection by S. R. Mealing
A History of Transportation in Canada Volume 1 by G. P. de T. Glazebrook11
A History of Transportation in Canada Volume 2 by G. P. de T. Glazebrook12
A History of Transportation in Canada Volumes 1 & 2 by G. P. de T. Glazebrook11 & 12
North Atlantic triangle; the interplay of Canada, the United States and Great Britain by John Bartlet Brebner30
Canadian social structure : a statistical profile by John Porter32
Documents on the confederation of British North America : a compilation based on Sir Joseph Pope's Confederation documents supplemented by other official material by G. P. Browne40
Historical Essays on the Prairie Provinces by Donald Swainson53
Culture and nationality: essays by A. G. Bailey by Alfred Goldsworthy Bailey58
Laurier and a Liberal Quebec : A Study in Political Management (Carleton Library #63) by H. Blair Neatby63
The Native Peoples of Atlantic Canada: A History of Indian-European Relations. by H. F. McGee72
Socialization and values in Canadian society. v.1: Political Socialization; v.2: Socialization, Social Stratification and Ethnicity. by Elia Zureik84, 85
Eighteenth Century Newfoundland: A Geographers Perspective (Carleton Library Series No 99) by C. Grant Head99
The boundaries of the Canadian Confederation by normanlnicholson115
Economic and Social History of Quebec, 1760-1850: Structures and Conjunctures by Fernand Ouellet120
Canada before Confederation : a study in historical geography by rcoleharris166
Choosing Canada's capital : conflict resolution in a parliamentary system by davidbknight168
The Blacks in Canada: A History (Carleton Library) by Robin W. Winks192

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