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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. 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.

The Canadian Soldiers' Song Book This edition of the Soldiers' Song Book is donated to the Y.M.C.A. by Mr. and Mrs. William Southam, of Hamilton, Ontario, in memory of their son, Gordon Hamilton Southam, officer commanding the 40th battery, C.F.A., 3rd division, who was killed at the Battle of the Somme, Oct. 15th, 1916. (pdf)

Items of German-Canadian Folk-Lore By W. J Wintemberg (pdf)

Homeward from California through the Magnificence of the Canadian Rockies by the Canadian Pacific Railway (pdf)

In a Canadian Canoe
The Nine Muses minus one and other stories by Barry Pain (third edition) (1891) (pdf)

A History of Canadian Journalism
In the several portions of the Dominion with a sketch of the Canadian Press Association 1859-1908 Edited by a Committee of the Association Toronto (1908) (pdf)

Annual Flowers for Canadian Gardens
By Isabella Preson and R.W. Oliver (1947) issued by the Department of Agriculture (pdf)

The Canadian Newspaper Directory Fifth Edition 1907 (pdf)

Journal of the Canadian Bankers Association Volume 5 containing October 1897 to July 1898. Another 22 copies are available on the Internet Archive.

Canadian Transportation Magazine for 1900 with another 50 copies or so on the Internet Archive. Got up the volume for 1900

Vulcan A town in the Canadian Prairies of southern Alberta

A Summary, Historical and Political of the First Planting, Progressive Improvements, and Present State of the British Settlements in North America by William Douglass, M.D. in two volumes (1760)

The Soos of Today
American and Canadian. The Key to the Great Lakes, a Nation's Commerce Passes by its Doors—The Greatest Locks in the World Illustrated and Described—The Establishment of Great Industries and the Development of the rich Algoma Country is Building up Great Cities where once the Red Man held Undisputed Sway—The Romance and Legend of the Land of Hiawatha. (pdf)

Helen Armstrong that impassioned woman at the heart of the 1919 Winnipeg General Strike

Soldiering in Canada
Recollections and Experiences By Lt.-Col. George T. Denison (second edition) (1900) (pdf)

By Trench and Trail
In Song and Story by Angus MacKay (Oscar Dbu) (1918) (pdf)

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