Back-to-School @ Tubman

As September is now upon us and the Buxton Homecoming is behind us, it is time to look ahead to the academic year at the Harriet Tubman Institute. It is going to be another exciting one! As you know, Professor Paul Lovejoy finished his 6-year term as Director of Tubman last year and Professor Michele […]

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Library and Archives Canada buys the largest and most complete collection of War of 1812 documentation

Library and Archives Canada has bought the largest known collection of War of 1812 documentation. The collection of books, maps, manuscripts and images from the War of 1812 era once belonged to Sir John Coape Sherbrooke, former Lieutenant-Governor of Nova Scotia and Governor General of British North America. All of the material acquired is original documentary heritage. […]

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War of 1812: We Stand On Guard For Thee

In honour of the Bicentennial of the War of 1812, the Harriet Tubman Institute presents We Stand on Guard for Thee: Teaching and Learning the African Canadian Experience in the War of 1812, a groundbreaking web-based educational project featuring new research on the Black involvement in the War of 1812. A team of scholars and students has put together a […]

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