What's New on Electric Canadian
Here I'm listing anything new added to the site over the past month or so. As my main work is on the Electric Scotland site I do need to focus mostly on that site so content will be added as I get the time but hopefully something will be added each week.


Added A Journal of Voyages and Travels in the Interior of North America Between the 47th and 58th Degrees of N. Lat., extending from Montreal nearly to the Pacific, a Distance of about 5,000 Miles including an account of the Principle Occurences during a residence of Nineteen Years in different parts of the country by Daniel Williams Harmon, a Partner in he Northwest Company (1903) (pdf)

Added Letters of a Pioneer by Alexander Ross.

Added Volume 12 to our Industrial Canada page.


Added The Settlers in Canada By Captain Marryat, R.N. (pdf)

Added a couple of books about Alexander Milton Ross, Philanthropist and Scientist. You can find these books down the page under the pictures.

Added Narrative of a Voyage to the Northwest coast of America
In the Years 1811 1812, 1813 And 1814 or the First American Settlement on the Pacific by Gabriel Franchere (1854) (pdf)

Added Volume 11 to our Industrial Canada page.

Added volume 12 to our Musical Canada page.


Added several books to do with Saskatchewan...

Saskatchewan
Published by direction of The Hon. W. R. Motherwell, Commissioner of Agriculture.
Gardening in Saskatchewan
By W. W. Thomson, B.S.A.
New light on the early history of the greater Northwest
The manuscript journals of Alexander Henry ... and of David Thompson ... 1799-1814; exploration and adventure among the Indians on the Red, Saskatchewan, Missouri, and Columbia Rivers by Henry, Alexander, 1765-1814; Thompson, David, 1770-1857; Coues, Elliott, 1842-1899. (1897) in 3 volumes.
Romance of the Grain Growers of Saskatchewan: history, aims, objects
by Grain Growers of Saskatchewan Association; Musselman, J. B. (1916)

Added the New Grand Priory of Canada Newsletter for Dec 2017

Added Sir George W. Ross, Politician to our Makers of Canada section.

Added Sir Howard Douglas, Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick. This is an account of his work in the Province from the book on his life.

Added Volume 10 to our Industrial Canada page.

Added volume 11 to our Musical Canada page.

Added Our National Pie and What it contained being a report of the proceedings of the Anglo-French-Hibernian-Scottish-Canadian-National Society held April 1st, 1878.


Added Strathcona Horse, Speech by Nicholas Flood Davin at Lansdowne Park on the occasion of the First Parade of the Strathcona Horse (1900)

Added Life and Work of D. J. MacDonnell Minister of St. Andrew's Church, Toronto with a selection of Sermons and Prayers edited by Prof. J. F. McCurdy, Ph.D., LL.D. (1897) (pdf)

Added The Lure O' The Kilt Dedicated to the Band of the 134th Batt., C. E. F. In attendance at the Ceremony in Westminster Abbey, commemorating the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Confederation of the Provinces of Canada, in the presence of Their Majesties the King and Queen. Words by George Cox, Music by Kingsley O'Tay (1963)

Added Journal of a Voyage from Okkak on the Coast of Labrador to Ungava Bay, Westward of Cape Citudleigh undertaken to explore the Coast, and visit the Esquimaux in that unknown Region by Benjamin Kohlmeister and George Knoch Missionaries of the Church of the Unitas Fratrum or United Brethren (1814).

Added Volume 9 to our Industrial Canada page.

Added volume 10 to our Musical Canada page.


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