Canada An American Nation

[1] Letter in the Essex Register, May 6, 1812, quoted by Keenleyside in his Canada and the United States, etc., p. 770.

[2] Canada and Canadian Defence, by Major General C. W. Robinson, 1910.

[3] Journal of the Royal Institute of International Affairs, Nov., 1930.

[4] The provocative statements by American politicians are reported and their effect on the reciprocity campaign estimated in J. W. Dafoe’s Clifford Sifton in Relation to His Times, Toronto, 1931, pp. 367 ff.

[5] Though Canada ceased to be the best market for United States exports, she was still in 1933 the second-best customer of the United States, with Great Britain in first and Japan in third place.

[6] See Great Britain and the Dominions, University of Chicago, Norman Wait Harris Memorial Foundation, Lectures, 1927, pp. 249 ff.

[7] Canada and Its Provinces: a History of the Canadian People and Their Institutions by One Hundred Associates, Adam Shortt and Arthur G. Doughty, general editors, Toronto, 1913, IX, 132.

[8] See Papers Relating to the Work of the International Joint High Commission, Ottawa, 1929.