Contributors / Collaborateurs

Contributors / Collaborateurs

Marilyn J. Barber teaches in the History Department, Carleton University, and is researching female immigration and household work in Canada.

Jacqueline Beaudoin-Ross is Curator of Costume and Textiles at the McCord Museum, McGill University, Montreal.

Pamela Blackstock is Costume Curator for the National Historic Parks and Sites Branch, Parks Canada, Ottawa.

John Brooke is an Assistant Professor of History at Tufts University, Medford, Massachusetts.

Elizabeth Collard, author and consultant, has received the "Fleur bleu" award of the Musée historique régional du Haut-Richelieu, Saint-Jean, Québec, in recognition of her work on the ceramic heritage of the Richelieu Valley.

Robert Copeland is Historian to Spode Ltd., Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England. Victoria Dickenson is Chief Curator of the Newfoundland Museum.

John Hiller is Head of the History Department, Memorial University of Newfoundland.

H.T. Holman, formerly Assistant Provincial Archivist for Prince Edward Island, is an Ottawa lawyer and historian.

W. John McIntyre is Teaching Master at Seneca College, King City, and doctoral candidate, H.F. du Pont Winterthur Museum, University of Delaware.

Peter N. Moogk is with the Department of History at the University of British Columbia.

Sandra Morton is the Curator of Social History at the Provincial Museum of Alberta.

D.A. Muise of Carleton University's Department of History, was a member of the Programme Committee for the Ontario Museum Association's 1983 Heritage Conference.

Nancy-Lou Patterson is Professor of Fine Arts at the University of Waterloo.

Bernard Poitier, Curator of Historical Resources at the Canadian War Museum, co-ordinated "The Loyal Americans" exhibition and prepared the entries for the catalogue.

Ian Radforth is a member of the Department of History, University of Toronto.

Hilary Russell has been engaged in a number of projects concerning nineteenth-century domestic life for the Research Division, National Historic Parks and Sites, Ottawa.

Lynne Sussman is a material culture researcher with National Historic Parks and Sites, Parks Canada, Ottawa.