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 Infants Prayer Book, with Texts and Simple Hymns for Infant Minds by Mrs. C. P. Traill (1873)

Added a page for Fruit Farming in Ontario


Added Contributions on the Early History of the North-West including the Moravian Missions in Ohio by Samuel P. Hildreth M.D. (1861) which has been added to our section on the Delaware.

To the above I've also added the book, The History of the Moravian Mission, Among the Indians in North America from its commencement to the present time with a preliminary account of the Indians, compiled from Authentic sources by a member of the Brethern's Church.

And to the above have also added History of the Mission of the United Bretheren akong the Indians in North America By George Henry Loskiel (1794) translated from the German text. Note that this book given its age has the s spelt as an f which makes it a bit challenging to read.

In celebration of Acadia Day in Canada we bring you the book, The Acadian exiles: a chronicle of the land of Evangeline by Doughty, Arthur George, Sir, 1860-1936 (1916) (pdf) and you can also listen to this book being read as well.


Added Life of Colonel Talbot and the Talbot Settlement by Edward Ermatinger (1859)

Added A Summer on the Canadian Prairie by Georgina Binnie-Clark (second impression 1910)


Added a video about The Last True Eskimos in Alaskan Northwest which I've added to our page on the Inuit.


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