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The April-May 2016 issue of Canada's History magazine will hit shelves soon! Until then read up about the contents below or head over to canadashistory.ca/Magazine/In-This-Issue to check out the digital extensions. There are a lot of great videos for this issue! 
Features

22 Outlaws Contrary to its clean, lawabiding image, the Canadian West had its fair share of men and women with colourful criminal careers as hustlers and rustlers. by Brian Brennan 
32 Picture Perfect Photographer Lorene Squire’s pioneering forays into northern Canada yielded fascinating views of the North — but her career was tragically cut short. by Bronwen Quarry 
40 Slow Road to Tolerance It took a long time for Canadians to accept each other’s differences, never mind to view diversity as desirable. by Allan Levine 
48 East Coast Pirates The 1863 capture of the Chesapeake exposed the uncomfortable fact that Atlantic Canada was crawling with Confederate sympathizers. by Dean Jobb 
On the cover The BC Archives portrait of train robber Bill Miner after his arrest in 1906 was taken by Kamloops photographer Mary Spencer, who was hired by the Vancouver Daily Province to provide photos of Miner’s capture.

Departments

8 Editor’s Note Canada’s mild west?
10 The Packet 
12 Currents 
20 Trading Post A colourful dog blanket. Plus, stories from more than nine decades of The Beaver.
21 Christopher Moore Did Prime Minister Robert Borden actually strip the vote from a million women in 1917?
54 Books Q&A: Stephen Bown on explorer Knud Rasmussen.
61 Your Story A Canadian peacekeeper’s memories of Cyprus.
62 Destinations Celebrating Canada’s other pastime at the baseball hall of fame. 
64 History Matters It’s time to think historically — literally.
66 Album Making connections in nineteenth-century Ontario.
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The April-May 2016 issue of Canada's History magazine will hit shelves soon! Until then read up about the contents below or head over to canadashistory.ca/Magazine/In-This-Issue to check out the digital extensions. There are a lot of great videos for this issue! Features 22 Outlaws Contrary to its clean, lawabiding image, the Canadian West had its fair share of men and women with colourful criminal careers as hustlers and rustlers. by Brian Brennan 32 Picture Perfect Photographer Lorene Squire’s pioneering forays into northern Canada yielded fascinating views of the North — but her career was tragically cut short. by Bronwen Quarry 40 Slow Road to Tolerance It took a long time for Canadians to accept each other’s differences, never mind to view diversity as desirable. by Allan Levine 48 East Coast Pirates The 1863 capture of the Chesapeake exposed the uncomfortable fact that Atlantic Canada was crawling with Confederate sympathizers. by Dean Jobb On the cover The BC Archives portrait of train robber Bill Miner after his arrest in 1906 was taken by Kamloops photographer Mary Spencer, who was hired by the Vancouver Daily Province to provide photos of Miner’s capture. Departments 8 Editor’s Note Canada’s mild west? 10 The Packet 12 Currents 20 Trading Post A colourful dog blanket. Plus, stories from more than nine decades of The Beaver. 21 Christopher Moore Did Prime Minister Robert Borden actually strip the vote from a million women in 1917? 54 Books Q&A: Stephen Bown on explorer Knud Rasmussen. 61 Your Story A Canadian peacekeeper’s memories of Cyprus. 62 Destinations Celebrating Canada’s other pastime at the baseball hall of fame. 64 History Matters It’s time to think historically — literally. 66 Album Making connections in nineteenth-century Ontario. #CanadasHistory  #CanadianHistory  #canada  #history  #historical  #education  #historyeducation  #culture  #heritage  #Outlaws  #Crime  #Criminals  #Photography  #pirates  #tolerance  #diversity  #inclusion  #ExploreCanada  #NorthernCanada 

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