Back Issues of Ontario History

A Rich Resource:
Full text of the largest single collection of articles about Ontario’s history

The Ontario Historical Society is pleased to make available back issues of the Society’s scholarly journal, Ontario History, published since 1899 (called Papers and Records until 1946).

1899 to 1915

Issues are in the public domain.

1916-2005 Spring

Special Access for OHS Individual and Lifetime Members Only

The OHS offers access to the full text of 236 back issues to logged-in Individual and Lifetime members only, as a benefit of membership.

2005 Autumn to Present

Issues are available open access through digital scholarly publisher Érudit, excepting the most recent 12 months’ (two issues) which are under Érudit institutional subscription.

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These publications are available to OHS Individual and Lifetime members only. Please log in.

These publications are available to OHS Individual and Lifetime members only. Please log in.

These publications are available to OHS Individual and Lifetime members only. Please log in.

These publications are available to OHS Individual and Lifetime members only. Please log in.

These publications are available to OHS Individual and Lifetime members only. Please log in.

Please visit Ontario History on Érudit at:

www.erudit.org/en/journals/onhistory/

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