Asylums and the Insane: The View from wholesale NFL jerseys the Census is the topic of Chelsea Jack’s MA major paper. Chelsea is database manager for the 1871 Census project.
Guelph professor Richard Reid wholesale NBA jerseys publishes his new book Freedom for Themselves: Black North Carolina Soldiers and Their Families in the Civil War (Chapel Hill: University memcache of North Carolina Press).
Post-doctoral fellow Michelle Hamilton publishes Borders Within: First Nations and Anthropology in Victorian Ontario in Lines Drawn Upon the Water: The First Nations Experience in the Great Lakes Borderlands, ed. K. Hele (Kitchener: Wilfrid Laurier Press), Trufa 191-204.
Dr. Stuart McCook in History has published Chronicle of a plague foretold: crop wholesale MLB jerseys epidemics and the environmental history of coffee in the Americas in Dmitrija the journal Varia Historia (2008).
Guelph professor Kevin James publishes Outwork in Ireland: New Perspectives in Essays in Irish Labour History: A Festschrift for Elizabeth and John W. Boyle, ed F. Lane, F. Devine and N. Puirseil (Dublin: Irish Academic Press), 103-17.
Ian Keay of Queen’s University and Kris Inwood publish The Devil is in the Details: Assessing Early Industrial Performance across International Borders in Cliometrica v2 n2 (July lumikuuro 2008) pp.85-117.
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