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All the titles in the series are listed on page 386 of the final volume by John B. The intellectual context within which the series was written is discussed in Carl Berger, The Writing of Canadian History: Aspects of English-Canadian Historical Writing (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1986 ), 14049. 3. Charles C. Tansill, Canadian-American Relations 18751911 (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1943), viii. 4. , 46266; Brebner, 268; L. Ethan Ellis, Reciprocity 1911: A Study in Canadian American Relations (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1939).