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The American Obsession with the 1837-38 Rebellions

Patrice Dutil speaks with Maxime Dagenais and Julien Mauduit about the impact of Jacksonian democracy on Canadian politics in the 1830s. Maxime Dagenais is the Coordinator of the LR Wilson Institute on Canadian History at McMaster University and Julien Mauduit is the LR Wilson Assistant Professor in the Department of History at McMaster. This podcast was produced by Lily Robbins and Meghan Boisjoli in the Allan Slaight Radio Institute at Ryerson University.


L'obsessoin américaine avec les rebellions de 1837-38

Patrice Dutil s'entretient avec Maxime Dagenais, coordonnateur de la recherche à l'L.R. Institut Wilson pour l'histoire du Canada à l'Université McMaster et Julien Mauduit, professeur adjoint LR Wilson au Département d'histoire à l'Université McMaster. Un balado réalisé par Lily Robbins et Meghan Boisjoli dans les studios de la Allan Slaight Radio Institute à Ryerson University.

The Champlain Society Podcast on Canadian History

Witness to Yesterday is a new series of podcasts aimed at furthering the Champlain Society's mission of deepening awareness of Canada’s documentary past and of the people who created it. The following are available FREE on the Champlain Society website at and at iTunes at

Witness to Yesterday –

The Telegram that launched Canada’s Involvement in the Suez Crisis –

La carrière fulgurante d’Étienne Brûlé –

The Hundred Days Campaign in the First World War –

The Diary of Lucy Everett Morrison –

The Conscription Crisis, 1917 –

La crise de la conscription, 1917 –

John A Macdonald and “the crisis” of 1885 –

Henri Bourassa and Confederation  –

La Confédération et Henri Bourassa –

Canada's Khaki Election of December, 1917 –

Beaverbrook: A Canadian in the David Lloyd George Cabinet, February 1918 –

The Strange Birth of the NHL in December 1917 –

Canada at the Winter Olympics –

The Unknown Northwest Passage –

Battling for The Maritimes, 1690-1763 –
Reconsidering the Legacy of Vimy –
Rediscovering the Explorer Philip Turnor –
The Canadian Irish and the First World War –
Native American Church and the Religious Use of Peyote in Canada –
The Universe of John Plaskett, Astronomer –
Pierre Trudeau, Trudeaumania 50 years later –
The History of Psychiatric Care and Mental Hospitals in Canada –
Hudson’s Bay Company Governor James Knight, 1714–1717 –
The History of Canadian Spying –
Teaching How to Think Historically in Canadian Schools –
The History of Indian Hospitals –
The Teaching of History in Quebec’s Schools –
L’enseignement de l’histoire au Québec  –
Lawyers, Families and Canadian Business –
The Teaching of History in Canada’s High Schools –
The Power of Prime Ministers in the First 50 Years of Confederation –
The Origins of the Security State -
Canada Day Special: Canada’s Incomplete Conquests -
Elizabeth Hale and The Two Solitudes, 200 years Ago -
The Making of Obesity in Canada -
Canada’s Writers confront the Vietnam War -
The Fascinating Career of Mackenzie King's Diary -
The Enigmatic Donald Creighton -
The "Other 1968": René Lévesque and the Founding of the Parti Québécois  -
"L'autre 1968"  René Lévesque et la fondation du Parti québécois -
Canada's Cyclist Soldiers of The First World War-
Armistice Day Special -
The Importance of the Eaton's Santa Claus Parade -
The Secrets of Banking History in Canada -
The History of Gay Life on the Prairies -
"Making Multiculturalism" The History of a Toronto School -
The Impact of Freak Shows in Canada -
How George Washington Killed 10 French Canadians and Started a World War -
The American Obsession with the 1837-38 Rebellions -
L'obsessoin américaine avec les rebellions de 1837-38 -

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