Index to Dalhousie Review

Fiscal adjustment in Nova Scotia. Vol. 1

Lippincott, J. Audrey
Dalhousie college in “the sixties.” Vol. 3

Livingston, W.R.
First responsible party government in British North America. Vol. 20

Lochhead, Douglas
I place my life. Vol. 27

Logan, J.D.
Canadian poets of the great war. Vol. 22
Reviews of the literary history of Canada, Parts 1-4. Vol. 22
Joseph Howe. Vol. 17
Political bayard. Vol. 17
Why Haliburton has no successor. Vol. 17

Logan, J.W.
Charles MacDonald, M.A. Vol. 27
In defence of Latin. Vol. 3
John Johnson, M.A. Vol. 5
Liverpool in history. Vol. 25

Longley, R.S.
1848 in retrospect: events in Nova Scotia and Canada. Vol. 10
Emigration and the crisis of 1837 in Upper Canada. Vol. 31

Loomer, H.R.
On listening to birds. Vol. 27

Lovelace, Martin
W. Roy Mackenzie as a collector of folksong. Vol. E

Lowe, R.G.
Massachusetts and the Acadians. Vol. 14

Lower, A.R.
Origins of democracy in Canada. Vol. 6

Lubka, Nancy
Ferment in Nova Scotia. Vol. 15

McAllister, G.A.
Development of local government in Nova Scotia. Vol. 18

McAnn, Aida
Maritime women at work in war and peace. Vol. 18

McCurdy, J.A.D.
The early days of aviation. Vol. 27

MacDonald, A.W.
Marketing of Nova Scotia apples. Vol. 18

MacDonald, Agnes F.
Songs of the Hebrides. Vol. 27

MacDonald, S.P.
The Gael and the sea. Vol. 37
The Gael in New Scotland. Vol. 37

MacFarlane, R.O.
British Indian policy in Nova Scotia to 1760. Vol. 10
Indian trade in Nova Scotia 1764. Vol. 9

McGee, T.J.
Music in Halifax 1749-1799. Vol. 2

MacKay, R.A.
Smallwood’s visit to Ottawa 1946. Vol. 1

MacKenzie, E.M.
Baronets of Nova Scotia. Vol. 35

MacKenzie, Roy
Ballad-singing in Nova Scotia. Vol. E
Ballads from Nova Scotia. Vol. E
Three ballads from Nova Scotia. Vol. E

MacKinnon, F.R.
Nova Scotia’s In-service Training Program.

MacKinnon, Neil
Nova Scotia Loyalists 1783-1785. Vol. 16

MacLellan, W.E.
Real “Canadian Literature”. Vol. 27

McLennan, C.P.
Church memoirs of Halifax. Vol. 7
Personalities of the past in Nova Scotia. Vol. 7
Reminiscences of Parliamentary leaders. Vol. 7

MacLennan, Hugh
Jotham Logan: a personal tribute. Vol. 27

MacLeod, Ada
Glendale pioneers. Vol. 12

McLeod, R.R.
An address delivered on the settling of north Queen’s County. Delivered in 1899. Vol. 25 

MacLeod, Roderick C.
Western Highlands in the eighteenth century. Vol. F

MacMechan, Archibald
Ab urbe condita. Vol. 30
The best sea story ever written. Vol. 34
Canada as a vassal state. Vol. 30
The Canadian achievement. Vol. 34
The centenary of Haliburton’s “Nova Scotia”. Vol. 18
Changing Halifax. Vol. 22
DeMille, the man and the writer. Vol. 32
From: Canadian Magazine 
Canadian of the Mutiny
Glory of the Shannon
Holiday Halifax
The Nova Scotianess of Nova Scotia
President Falconer of Toronto University
Saladin pirates
Storied Halifax. Vol. 32
From: University Magazine
Browning’s women
Confederation in Nova Scotia
Payzant killing
Vanity of travel
William Greenwood. Vol. 32
Literature of Nova Scotia. Vol. 8
Neopolitan days. Vol. 28
Old lovers. Vol. 28
Painted music. Vol. 30
V.L.O. Chittick’s T.C. Haliburton Review. Vol. 30

McMullin, Stanley E.
The decline of American moral vision: a study of The Clockmaker in relation to Rule and misrule of the English in America. Vol. A

MacNutt, W.S.
Beginning of Nova Scotian politics 1758-1766. Vol. 10
History for ’67. Vol. 7
Why Halifax was founded. Vol. 11

MacPhail, Agnes
In memoriam: William E. Marshall. Vol. 28

MacTavish, Newton
Digby: an impression. Vol. 37
The modern Acadia. Vol. 37

Mann, Nelson
A.P.E.C. Vol. 11

Marshall, M.V.
On Cape Forchu (verse). Vol. 28

Martell, J.S.
Early parliamentary reporting in Nova Scotia 1817 – 1837. Vol. 10
Halifax during and after the war of 1812. Vol. 5
Second expulsion of the Acadians. Vol. 5
Intercolonial communications. Vol. 9
The press of the Maritime Provinces in the 1830s. Vol. 10
Review of “Neutral Yankees” by J.B. Brebner. Vol. 28
St. Ives. Vol. 28

Martin, Burns
The folk ballad. Vol. 5

Martin, Chester
British policy in Canadian Confederation. Vol. 7
Home-Buller correspondence. Vol. 20
Nova Scotia and Canadian reformers of 1848. Vol. 36

Martin, K.L.P.
Union Bill of 1822. Vol. 30

Marshall, John G.
A brief history of public proceedings and events, legal, parliamentary and miscellaneous, in the province of Nova Scotia during the earliest years of the present century. Vol. 24

Mason, John
Conditions in the Highlands after the “Forty-Five”. Vol. F

Maxwell, Lillian M. Beckwith
The first Canadian-born novelist. Vol. 26

Merritt, Richard L.
Symbolic division of North America, 1752-1775. Vol. D

Milner, W.C.
Conditions of the public records in the maritimes. Vol. 33

Miller, Carman
Sir Frederick William. Borden and military reform 1896-1911. Vol. 6

Mills, Hal
Eastern Canada’s offshore resources and boundaries: a study in political geography. Vol. 16

Mills, J.R.
Voluntary economic planning in Nova Scotia. Vol. 15

Mitchell, C.L.
The 200-mile limit: new issues, old problems for Canada’s East Coast fisheries. Vol. C

Mitchener, R.D.
On determining the seniority of Canadian universities. Vol. 2

Monk, Patricia
James DeMille as mystic: a reconsideration of DeMille’s “Behind the Veil”. Vol. 31

Moody, H.
Political experiences in Nova Scotia. 1867-1869. Vol. 12

Morrison, M.D.
Religion in old Cape Breton. Vol. 17

Morrison, Monica
Wedding night pranks in New Brunswick. Vol. G

Morse, N.H.
Economic prospects of the Maritime Provinces. Vol. 2

Muise, D.A.
Parties and constituencies: Federal elections in Nova Scotia, 1867-1896. Vol. 14, 22

Munroe, David
Joseph Howe as man of letters. Vol. 11

Mullins, Janet E.
The Liverpool Packet. Vol. 26

Murray, Walter
Stanley MacKenzie of Dalhousie. Vol. 4

Nichols, E.W.
Little white school house. Vol. 6
Old farm in the woods. Vol. 6
On living in a house. Vol. 5
Road that failed. Vol. 6
Rockweeding. Vol. 18

Nichols, W.E.
Ethics of loafing around.
Haying on the old farm.
On lying awake.
Science and letters.
Unromantic window.
Vergil. Vol. 29

Nicholls, G.V.V.
Forerunner of Joseph Howe. Vol. 38

Ormsby, William
The problem of Canadian Union, 1822-1828. Vol. 30

Owen, Daniel
Loyalist Shelburne. Vol. 26

Parks, A.E., Drummie, F.R.
Atlantic Provinces Research Board. Vol. 15

Parks, M.G.
Strange to strangers only. Vol. 26

Pasis, H.E.
The inequality of distribution in the Canadian provincial assemblies. Vol. 16

Patterson, Frank
History begins at home. Vol. 16

Patterson, George
The coming of the “Hector”. Vol. 38
Establishment of the County Court in Nova Scotia. Vol. 14
Joseph Howe and the Anti-Confederation League. Vol. 28
An unexplained incident of Confederation in Nova Scotia. Vol. 28

Petrie, J.R.
Impact of the Sterling dollar crisis on the Maritime economy. Vol. 16

Posen, Sheldon
Pranks and practical jokes at children’s summer camps. Vol. G

Pothier, Bernard
Acadian emigration to Ile Royale after the conquest of Acadia. Vol. 16

Pryke, K.G.
Labour and politics: Nova Scotia at Confederation. Vol. 16
The making of a province: Nova Scotia and Confederation. Vol. 6
Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island consider an effective Upper House. Vol. 1

Quinn, D.B.
Voyage of Etienne Bellenger to the Maritimes in 1583. Vol. 38

Raddall, Thomas H.
The literary tradition. Vol. 14
Nova Scotia’s first telegraph system. Vol. 18
Sword and pen in Kent. Vol. 26

Raymond, W.O.
Colonel Alexander McNutt and the Pre-Loyalist settlements of Nova Scotia. Vol. 36
Earliest route of travel between Canada and Acadia. Olden time celebrities who used it. Vol. 36
Nova Scotia under English rule: from the capture of Port Royal to the conquest of Port Royal to the conquest of Canada, 1710-1760. Vol. 36

Rawlyk, George A.
American Revolution and Nova Scotia reconsidered. Vol. 1
Canada and the American Revolution: 200 years of realizing that rejection was really acceptance. Vol. 26
Canada’s Immigration policy 1945-1965. Vol. 28
The fall of Louisbourg 1745, comic opera affair? Vol. 15
The Guysborough Negroes. Vol. 1
New England origins of the Louisbourg Expedition of 1745. Vol. 1
A new golden age of Maritime historiography. Vol. 8
Nova Scotia regional protest 1867-1967. Vol. 17
Two hundred years of realizing…was really acceptance. Vol. 30

Rawlyk, George and Stewart Gordon
Nova Scotia’s sense of mission. Vol. 8

Reid, Allena G.
Intercolonial trade during the French Regime. Vol. 10

Reid, J.G.
The beginnings of the Maritimes. Vol. 34

Rhodenizer, V.B.
Backgrounds of English-Canadian poetry. Vol. 18

Richards, A.E.
Marketing the Nova Scotia apple crop. Vol. 18
Nova Scotia apple marketing situation. Vol. 18

Richardson, Evelyn
The old chairmaker. Vol. 6

Richter, L.
Germans in Nova Scotia. Vol. 11
Limitations of Unemployment Insurance. Vol. 12
Unemployment and unemployment relief in Nova Scotia. Vol. 13
Youth on relief. Vol. 18

Rimmington, G.T.
The founding of universities in Nova Scotia. Vol. 2
The geography of Haliburton’s Nova Scotia. Vol. 1

Robertson, Marion
William Greenwood of the “Flying Fish” and the “Sally”. Vol. 1

Robinson, Berton
The loafing place. Vol. 7

Rogers, Norman McLeod
The Abbe Leloutre. Vol. 13
Acadian exiles in France. Vol. 11
Apostle to the Micmacs. Vol. 18
The Compact Theory of Confederation. Vol. 8
The progression of Loyalties. Vol. 4

Rogers, Grace MacLeod
Story of a Nova Scotia college. Vol. 12 Roper, J.S.
Public utility regulations in Nova Scotia. Vol. 12

Russell, Ben
John Thomas Bulmer. Vol. 28
What we owe to Francis Parkman. Vol. 28

Ruthledge, J.E.
The lawless clan: the Armstrongs. Vol. 2

Salmon, E.T.
Watson Kirconnell. Vol. 34

Sancton, Andrew
The application of the “senatorial floor” rules to the latest redistribution of the House of Commons: the peculiar case of Nova Scotia. Vol. 16

Saunders, S.A.
Maritime Provinces and the National Policy. Vol. 11
The Reciprocity Treaty of 1854: a regional study. Vol. 16
Total war and Canada’s economic policy. Vol. 28

Scammell, H.L.
The rise and fall of a college. Vol. 26

Scott, J.R.
Practical jokes of the Newfoundland seal fishery. Vol. G

Sears, F.C.
Fruit growing in Nova Scotia. Vol. 37

Seary, V.P.
Nova Scotia culture fifty years ago. Vol. 4
Nova Scotia’s Puritans in the American Revolution. Vol. 28

Sedgewick, G.G.
Musquodobit. Vol. 5
Then and Now: a convocation address. Vol. 28

Shannon, Josephine
Two forgotten patriots. Vol. 26

Shannon, S. Leonard
‘Twas fifty years ago. Vol. 17

Shaw, Beatrice H. Hay
The Indians of the Maritimes. Vol. 37
The vanishing folklore of N.S. Vol. 28

Shields, R.A.
Sir Charles Tupper and the Franco-Canadian Treaty of 1895. Vol. 6

Sinclair, D.M.
Highland emigrations to Nova Scotia. Vol. 5

Skelton, W.G.
The United Empire Loyalists. Vol. 12

Smith, Edwin
Whiskey smugglers. Vol. 37

Smith, H.D.
Research helps develop industries in Nova Scotia. Vol. 18

Smith, Wilfred
Charles Tupper’s minutes of Charlottetown conference. Vol. 6

Smith, William
Lord Durham’s administration. Vol. 38
Side-lights on the attempted union of 1833. Vol. 30

Sosin, Jack
Louisbourg and the Peace of Aix-La-Chappelle, 1748. Vol. 14

Speck, F.G.
Some Micmac tales from Cape Breton Island. Vol. E

Spettigue, D.O.
The way it was…Ernest Buckler. Vol. 17

Stanley, C.P.
Halifax as an international strategic factor. Vol. 8

Stanely, Carleton
Dalhousie today. Vol. 3

Stevenson, Warren
A neglected theme in Two Solitudes. Vol. 34

Stewart, Andrew
Part-time farming in Nova Scotia. Vol. 18

Stewart, Gordon
Charisma and integration: an eighteenth century North America case. Vol. 30

Stewart, H.L.
The challenge to moral conventions. Vol. 4
What can one justly “own”. Vol. 28

Strong, William
C.G.D. Roberts “The Tantramar Revisited.” Vol. 31

Sutherland, David
Halifax merchants and the pursuit of development, 1783-1850. Vol. 31

Sutherland, Maxwell
Case history of a settlement. Vol. 2

Tallman, Richard S.
Introduction, and, Generic approach to the practical joke. Vol. G
Where stories are told: a Nova Scotia storyteller’s milieu. Vol. A

Tandberg, O
The revolt of youth. Vol. 28

Thomas, C.E.
Early days of King’s College, Windsor, Nova Scotia. Vol. 38

Thomas, W.K.
Canadian political oratory: Joseph Howe. Vol. 1

Thomson, A.F.
A Nova Scotia cockfight. Vol. 37

Tomkinson, Grace
An old schoolmaster speaks. Vol. 26
High tea in Newfoundland. Vol. 5
Mr. Zero of Canada. Vol. 5
Wasp’s nest, Placentia. Vol. 5
Just that much more to move. Vol. 2
My two worlds. Vol. 2
A Scottish dominie in early Nova Scotia. Vol. 2

Trotter, Reginald G.
An early proposal for the federation of British North America. Vol. 20

Tupper, Allan
Public enterprise as social welfare: the case of the Cape Breton Development Corporation. Vol. C

Vaison, R.A. & Aucoin, Peter
Evolving staff relations in the Nova Scotia Civil Service. Vol. 15

Van Alstyne, Richard
Revolution and patriotism in America, 1763-1775. Vol. D

Vesey, Maxwell
William of Kars: a great Nova Scotian. Vol. 28

Vigneras, L.A.
Cape Breton landfall, 1494 or 1497: note on a letter from John Day. Vol. 20

Vinter, Dorothy
Acadian exiles in England 1756-1763. Vol. 28

Vroom, F.W.
Oxford Movement 1833-1933. Vol. 28

Wade, Mason
Relations between the French Irish and Scottish clergy in the Maritime Provinces, 1744-1836. Vol. B

Waite, P.B.
A chapter in the history of the Intercolonial Railway. Vol. 20
The edge of the forest. Vol. 7
Edward Cardwell and Confederation. Vol. 7
Sir John A. MacDonald: the man. Vol. 1

Walker, Stanely
King’s College: Sesquicentennial. Vol. 28

Wall, R.E.
Louisbourg 1745. Vol. 14

Wallace, F. William
The toll of the cresting seas. Vol. 37

Ward, W.P.
Acadian response to the growth of British power in Nova Scotia 1749-1755. Vol. 1

Warner, D.F.
Post Confederation annexation movement in N.S. Vol. 8

Weaver, Emily P.
Nova Scotia during the Revolution. Vol. 5
Recollections of Joseph Howe. Vol. 22

Webster, J. Clarence
The classics of Acadia. Vol. 9
Joseph Frederick Wallis Desbarres and the Atlantic Neptune. Vol. 21
The rise and fall of Louisbourg. Vol. 7

Weeks, Mary
In glory gone. Vol. 28

Weir, Harold A.
Municipal unit in Halifax County. Vol. 15

Welsch, Roger
Bigger’n life: the tall-tale postcard. Vol. B
Note on practical jokes. Vol. G

Whitelaw, W.M.
Responsible government and irresponsible governor. Vol. 20

Wightman, F.A.
Maritime provincialism and contrasts, parts 1-3. Vol. 37

Wilhelm, R.
Oak Island treasure mystery. Vol. 2

Willoughby, J.
The land of the Mayflower, or the past and present of Nova Scotia contrasted with a glance at the probable future. Vol. 23

Winks, R.W.
Negro school segregation in Ontario and Nova Scotia. Vol. 7
Negroes in the Maritimes. Vol. 1