The Literary and Historical Society of Quebec became the first scholarly organization in Canada, when it was founded in 1824 by the Earl of Dalhousie, the Governor General of British North America. But from the very beginning, the Society served as the cultural bastion for an often-beleaguered English-speaking minority, within an increasingly French-speaking city. IDEAS host Paul Kennedy
takes us on an audio tour.
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