Celebrate the Holidays with 12 Days of Trouvailles!

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Online Digital Resources
December 31, 2016
Ontario, Canada
Subject Fields: 
Canadian History / Studies, Digital Humanities, History Education, Humanities
The Findings/Trouvailles Editorial Committee would like to extend its warm holiday greetings and thanks to you for reading the blog of the Champlain Society. To show you our appreciation, we have collectively, and with the assistance of members of the Champlain Society's Governing Council, created 12 Days of Trouvailles. For the month of December, Findings/Trouvailles will publish twelve brief seasonal blog posts, every other day, written by members of the Editorial Committee and Governing Council.
The first of our 12 Days of Trouvailles posts is by Editorial Committee member and the genius behind this series, Dr. Mairi Cowan. Dr. Cowan's contribution is titled "King Cakes at the Ursuline Convent in Quebec."
Interested in submitting to Findings/Trouvailles? Visit http://bit.ly/Submit_Findings to find out how you can submit your historical Finding!
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Lauren Naus