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Format: Printed guide. Free with collection.
Media: 28 reels of 35mm microfilm
Coverage Dates: 1823-1910

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The British-born Canadian emigrant gained wide recognition during his lifetime as a historian, educator, editor, and essayist.

Always controversial, he criticized imperialism, women's suffrage, socialism, political corruption, and ecclesiastical coercion, among other targets. Letters, diaries, manuscripts, pamphlets, and newspaper clippings are included.

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