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Saint-Louis Forts and Châteaux National Historic Site of Canada: Govenors at Work and Leisure - Bit of History

Type: Document

...the château was also the governor’s residence, it was an important living environment and cultural centre. There were many receptions, under both the French and English regimes.

Site: Parks Canada

Saint-Louis Forts and Châteaux National Historic Site of Canada: Archaeological Discoveries

Type: Document

The archeological research project currently underway at the Saint-Louis Forts and Châteaux National Historic Site of Canada began in June 2005. The final exploratory campaign was conducted in the summer of 2007. The three digs confirmed the site’s historical significance. Many architectural remains were excavated:

Site: Parks Canada

Canadian Militia and Canadian Defence Policy in the Period 1867-1900

Type: Document

This report correlates the research available on the Canadian Militia and Canadian defence policy in the period 1867-1900. It focuses mainly on three topics: the Militia as a factor in Canadian self-government within the British Empire, the Militia as an area of conflict for the doctrine of ministerial responsibility, and the Militia as a social and political institution.

Site: National Defence

Saint-Louis Forts and Châteaux National Historic Site of Canada: Structure and Organization of Forts & Châteaux - Two Châteaux

Type: Document

The Saint-Louis forts and châteaux site is complex. It consists of three elements: the forts, châteaux and gardens. There were a total of four forts and two Châteaux.

Site: Parks Canada

Canadian Policy on the Employment of Canadian Military Forces in Wartime, 1899-1945

Type: Document

This report summarizes the involvement and administration of Canadian troops during the South African War, First World War and Second World War. The purpose of the document was to examine Canada's past military participation in international conflict to guide contemporary decisions for Canadian military policy during the Korean War.

Site: National Defence