In Defence of the Quebec Minority: (A Letter to the Hon. H.G. Joly)

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Author/collaborator
Title
In Defence of the Quebec Minority: (A Letter to the Hon. H.G. Joly)
Abstract
An attach on Quebec's late nineteenth century educational system which, the author claimed, was dominated by the Roman Catholic Church to the detriment of the province's Protestant minority. Robert Sellar (1841-1919) was the editor of the Canadian Gleaner newspaper (which changed its name to the Huntingdon Gleaner in 1912). He was an ardent supporter of the separation of church and state and argued that Protestant farmers were being deliberately squeezed out of Quebec by the Roman Catholic parish, school, and tithe system which began moving into the Townships in the mid-nineteenth century.
Place
Huntingdon, QC
Publisher
[s.n.]
Date
1894
Language
en
Citation
Sellar, Robert. In Defence of the Quebec Minority: (A Letter to the Hon. H.G. Joly). Huntingdon, QC: [s.n.], 1894.
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