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What's New on Electric Canadian
Here I'm listing anything new added to the site over the past month or so.

I added a link to a biography of the Rev. William Cochrane

Travels through the States of North America and the provinces of Upper and Lower Canada
During the years of 1795, 1796 and 1797 by Isaac Weld, Jun. (1807) in two volumes.

1862 - 1908, Its advantages as a commercial and residential centre (pdf)

Christ Church, Petrolia
In Commemoration of Sixty Years of Faithful witness, worship and administration 1882 - 1942 of Christ Church, Petrolia (pdf)

Added an historical article about Quebec'x Immigration Island.

The Student
A newspaper for Ukrainian Youth

Trails in the Woods
Unit 5 third reader (pdf)

My Canadian Experience
Losing my sight and how Canadian support helped.

The Daily Dominion
Windsor, 1875

Taylor, William
Businessman, office holder, and politician

Coleman Journal - Coleman, AB
For 51 years, from 1921 to 1972, this small building was the source of news in the town of Coleman. Oddly, this was an anti-labour newspaper, a rarity in small towns in its time - UNLESS they were financed by big business, which happened on occasion.
March 7, 1929 (pdf)
Another 1773 or so copies can be read on the Internet Archive

Highroads to Reading - Book 3
A collection of stories (1934) (pdf)

Highroads to Reading - Book 5
A collection of stories (1945) (pdf)

John Crosbie, Politician

Canadian Curmudgeon
This is a column from a Canadian with good knowledge of politics and the Canadian way of life who will be anonymous but will from time to time post commentary on what is happening in Canada. We have the first two articles for you to set the scene.

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