U.S. government report on commerce in the Province of Ontario
Archbishop Taché backs denominational schools in Manitoba
Editorial on the continual exodus of Quebeckers to the U.S.A.
Information pamphlet on a British agricultural colonization scheme for Western Canada
Lecturer says the rights and equality of women are necessary to society
Sitting Bull rejects the offer of a pardon and return to the U.S.A.
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^Charles Albert Counter, Mr. Counter's Celebrated Lecture on "Woman's Rights." Accessed 16 September 2018 [archive.org]
^U.S. Sitting Bull Indian Commission, Report of the Commission Appointed...to Meet the Sioux Indian Chief, Sitting Bull, with a View to Avert Hostile Incursions into the Territory of the United States from the Dominion of Canada. (Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1877), pg. 8. Accessed 16 September 2018 [peel.library.ualberta.ca]