The Lennoxville Magazine, the University of Bishop’s College and Transatlantic Anglicanism in Victorian Canada

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Author/collaborator
Title
The Lennoxville Magazine, the University of Bishop’s College and Transatlantic Anglicanism in Victorian Canada
Abstract
The Lennoxville Magazine began publication in January 1867 as The Students’ Monthly, changed its name to the Lennoxville Magazine in January 1868, and ceased publication in November 1868. The arthor argues that this short-lived magazine is evidence of how nineteenth-century Bishop’s was defined by an Atlantic, Anglo-American culture that encompassed the local world of the Eastern Townships and the High Church tradition within Anglicanism.
Publication
Journal of Eastern Townships Studies/Revue d’études des Cantons de l’Est
Volume
No. 11
Pages
61-83
Date
Fall 1997
Language
en
Citation
Vaudry, Richard W. “The Lennoxville Magazine, the University of Bishop’s College and Transatlantic Anglicanism in Victorian Canada.” Journal of Eastern Townships Studies/Revue d’études des Cantons de l’Est No. 11 (Fall 1997): 61–83.
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