Fonds P265 - Collection Cornelius-Jaenen

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Collection Cornelius-Jaenen

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CA ON00341 P265

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  • 1891, 1916-1925, 1989 (Creation)

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0,015 m linéaire de doc. textuels

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Jaenen, Cornelius John. Professeur. 1927- . Enfance à Manor (Saskatchewan). University of Manitoba : B.A. en histoire et en français, 1947; M.A. en histoire, 1950; B.Ed., 1958. Université de Bordeaux, diplôme de fin d’études, 1948. Université d’Ottawa, Ph.D. en histoire, 1963. University of Winnipeg, doctorat honorifique en droit, 1981. Memorial University of Newfoundland, professeur auxiliaire en histoire, 1958-1959. United College de la University of Winnipeg, professeur auxiliaire puis associé en histoire, 1959-1967. Université d’Ottawa, département d’histoire, professeur associé puis titulaire, 1967-1992; professeur émérite, à partir de 1992. Président : French Colonial Historical Society, 1986-1988; Société historique du Canada, 1988-1989; Institute for Teaching Canadian History, Conseil d’administration, depuis 2001. Membre : Fédération canadienne des sciences sociales, Conseil d’administration, 1988-1990; Historica Foundation, Conseil d’administration, depuis 2000. Société royale du Canada : membre, 1992; secrétaire honoraire, depuis 2000. Médaille Ronsard, Gouvernement national français, 1947; Journal of Geography Award, National Council for Geographic Education, 1958; Médaille d’or en éducation, University of Manitoba, 1958; Médaille J.B. Tyrrell en histoire, Société royale du Canada, 1994; Officier de l’Ordre de Léopold II (Belgique), 2001. Publications : Friend and Foe, 1976 (prix Sainte-Marie et Prix de la French Colonial Historical Society); Role of the Church in New France, 1976; The French Relationship with the Native Peoples of New France, 1985; Emerging Identities, 1986; Canada. A North American Nation, 1989, 1995; History of the Canadian Peoples. Volume I: Beginning to 1867, 1993, 1994; Les Franco-Ontariens, 1993; The French Regime in the Upper Country of Canada in the Seventeenth Century, 1996; Material Memory. Documents in Pre-Confederation History, 1998; des chapitres de livre; des articles de périodiques et d’encyclopédie; des textes d’allocutions.

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John George Bourinot, writer, journalist, and clerk of the House of Commons, was born on 24 October 1836 in Sydney, Nova Scotia and died on 13 October 1902 in Ottawa. He was the son of John Bourinot and Margaret Jane Marshall. Bourinot attended Trinity College, Toronto, but did not complete his degree, probably for financial reasons. However, he remained associated with the college in various capacities for the rest of his life. He was a member of its council, and occasional lecturer and examiner in constitutional law and political science. He also commenced a career in political journalism and in December 1880 became first clerk of the House of Commons; he served in that position until his death. He published a novel and a few short stories, but more important were his political histories, textbooks, and manuals on parliamentary proceedures. He married three times, firstly, on 1 September 1858 in Toronto, Bridget Delia Houck (a widow) and they had two sons; secondly, on 3 October 1865, in Halifax, Emily Alden Pilsbury, and they had one son and two daughters; and thirdly, on 3 July 1889, in Regina, Isabelle Cameron, and they had two sons.

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La collection témoigne partiellement des activités de professeur de Cornelius Jaenen. Il comprend des documents utilisés par un étudiant de Cornelius Jaenen dans la préparation d’une thèse, dont de la correspondance, notamment entre l’Archevêché de Saint-Boniface et le secrétariat de l’Association d’éducation des Canadiens français du Manitoba et des copies d’un procès-verbal et des documents afférents du congrès de l’Association les 27 et 28 juin 1916. La collection comprend également une lettre de J.G. Bourinot de la Chambre des communes du Canada reçue par Geo. Stewart [du Département d’histoire de l’Université d’Ottawa], 1891, et l’annuaire du Centre d’études et de recherches caraïbéennes, 1989.

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Acquis de Cornelius Jaenen, le 7 janvier 1991, par donation.

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La reproduction et la publication des documents requièrent l’autorisation écrite de Cornelius Jaenen. La reproduction, la publication, la diffusion et toutes autres utilisations de ces documents sont assujetties au droit de propriété de l'Université d'Ottawa ainsi qu'à la Loi sur le droit d'auteur.

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3 versements au 27 janvier 1992; autres versements prévus.

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Comprend des documents en espagnol.

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