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Family history in canada - An Introduction
Sager, E.W.; Baskerville, P.
Demography and discourse in transition: - Quebec Fertility at the Turn of the Twentieth Century
Gossage, P.; Gauvreau, D.
Through the meshes of patriarchy: - The Male/Female Relationship in the Saguenay Peasant Society (1860-1930)
Domestic revolution and cultural formation in nineteenth-century ontario, canada
Women and the dynamics of marriage, household status, and aging in victorian canada and the united states
Seasons of labor: - Family, Work, and Land in a Nineteenth-century Nova Scotia Shipbuilding Community
''There is no end to relationship among the indians'' - Ojibwa Families and Kinship in Historical Perspective
Peers, L.; Brown, J.S.H.