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Aislin (1942- ), Cartoonist
Chapleau (1945- ), Cartoonist
Cartoons (1850-1900)
Cartoons (1900-1950)
John Collins (1917-2007), Cartoonist
Language conflict in Québec
Québec feminism
Québec independence movement
Québec trade unionism in the 20th century
Education in Québec, before and after the Parent reform
Québec-Canada relations
The Quiet Revolution
Health care in Québec in the second half of the 20th century
The Cold War in Cartoons
Contemporary Quebec in Cartoons

Aboriginal Cultures

An Introduction to the Haida
Beadwork and the Iroquois
The St. Lawrence Iroquoians (around 1500 CE)
A Brief Glimpse of Mi'kmaq Life: Objects from the McCord Collection
Inuit Clothing and its Construction
Ethnographic Objects from David Ross McCord's Collection
The Inuit of Nunavik
The Iroquois
The Innu
The Atikamekw
The Abenaki
First Peoples
The Inuit of Nunavik and Elsewhere, about 1920

People and Events

Henry Bunnett, the artist (1845-1910)
David Ross McCord (1845-1930), Collector
The Pen and Pencil Club of Montreal, its Members and their Works (1890-1907)
John Henry Walker (1831-1899), Artist and Engraver
Photographs by Benjamin Baltzly (1835-1883) of an Expedition to British Columbia in 1871
William Notman (1826-1891), the Photographer
People we Remember
The Rebellions
Railways in Canada, 1830-1918
The Gold Rushes
Colonization of the Prairies
Immigration at the Start of the 20th Century
The First World War
The Great Depression
The Second World War

Social Topics

Children's Games in the 20th Century
Infants, Nutrition and Health in 20th Century Montreal
Valentines Cards of the 19th and 20th Century
Hockey in Montreal since the 19th Century
Montrealers of Scottish Origin in the 19th Century
Baseball in Quebec in the 19th and 20th century
"Canadian Illustrated News" and "L'Opinion publique", Canada's First Illustrated Newspaper
Christian Rituals in Canada (in the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries)
The Settlement of Canada: An Overview
The Montreal Bourgeoisie
The Working Class
Social Movements
Health Care
Sports from 1840-1945
Leisure and Recreation
Acadian Culture

Economics Topics

The First Industrial Phase
The Second Industrial Phase
Natural Resources


Mount Royal in Montreal
New France (1600-1763)
Montreal: Views, Maps and Plans
Arctic Exploration in the 19th and 20th Centuries
Open-Air Spaces: Montreal's Public Squares
Open-Air Spaces: Montreal's Parks
Montreal, about 1900
Canadian Cities, About 1900
Quebec, About 1900
The Prairies, About 1900
The West Coast, About 1900

Technological Topics

The Victoria Bridge in Montreal in the 19th Century
The Maple Box: Stereoviews from William Notman, around 1860
Composite Photographs, 19th and early 20th Century
Glass Slides (1870-1930) and Adult Education at McGill University
Notman's Studio and the Railways in the 19th and 20th centuries
Household Heating, Lighting and Hygiene in the 19th and 20th Centuries


Children's Fashion in the 20th Century
Masculine Fashion, from the 17th to the 19th Century
"Art Deco" Era (1920s and 1930s)
Nineteenth Century Decorative Arts
Those Parasol Days, late 19th and early 20th Century
Feminine Dress in Montreal in the 19th Century
Balls (In the 19th and Early 20th Centuries)
Winter Clothing in Quebec in the 19th Century

Food and Diet

Food and the Bourgeoisie: High Society and the Art of Living 1850-1930
Women, the Domestic World and Meal Preparation (1850-1930)
Transformations in the Production and Distribution of Food (1850-1930)
Drinking: a vital and social necessity
Cookbooks: Instructional, Promotional, Delicious
Food and Diet

Reading and Writing

Learning to Read
The postcard
Writing to Another
Writing to Yourself
The Illustrated Press
Reading in the Street - Part 1
Reading in the Street - Part 2

Quebec's Irish community

Quebec Politicians of Irish Origin: 1768-2009
St. Anne's Ward, or the Transformation of an Irish Montreal Neighbourhood: 1792-1970
Montreal's Irish Community and Industrialization: 1840-1920
Community Life of Irish Montrealers in the 19th and 20th Centuries


Politics / Economy
First Nations