The Canadian Committee on History and Computing

Session at the meeting of the Canadian Historical Association
Shrebrooke, June 1999

At the annual meeting of the Canadian Historical Association in Sherbrooke in June 1999, the CCHC organized a demonstration and poster session. There were eight scholars showing the following applications (links lead to relevant off-site pages):

    Bob Hesketh and Chris Hackett, Dept. of History, University of Alberta:
    CD-Rom "Canada, Confederation to Present" / "Le Canada jusqu'à présent"

    Robert Sweeny, Dept. of History, Memorial University of Newfoundland:
    Montreal, a Cubist portrait

Eric Sager, Dept. of History, University of Victoria:
The Canadian Families Project: 1901 Census

Joel Yan, University Liaison Co-ordinator, Statistics Canada, Ottawa;
Gwenael Cartier, Education Representative, Quebec Region, Statistics Canada:
E-Stat and the Statistics Canada website: including all Censuses between Jean Talon's 1666 Census of New France to 1871 Census;
The Data Liberation Initiative (DLI)

Alan Stewart, Remparts-RS/Université de Montréal:
Adhémar: Propriété, bâti et population à Montréal, 1642-1805 (Groupe de recherche sur Montréal, Centre canadien d'architecture);
Inventaire patrimonial du Vieux-Montréal (Remparts-RS, Ville de Montréal, Ministàre de Ia culture et des communications du Québec)

Richard MacKinnon, Folklore Studies, University College of Cape Breton:
CDRom "Time Travel to the 18th Century: Life in New World Settlements"


Last modified: 1999-09-15