Montreal : N. Murray, 1920.; 16 pages
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|Creator||Murray, Norman, 1853-1922?|
|Title||The Celtic tragedy : British races, languages, and religions and Orange and other fanatical marplots and agents provocative / by Norman Murray|
|Published||Montreal : N. Murray, 1920.|
Native language and education--Canada
Canada--Relations entre anglophones et francophones
Langue maternelle et éducation--Canada
|Document source||Library and Archives Canada|
p. -48 ; 23 cm.
Includes some text in French.
Parts 3, 4 and 5 mention that there will be 10 parts.
Reference: Watters (2nd ed.), p. 889.
Canadiana.org has digitized v. 1-5.
Complete contents: The Story of the oppression of the Celtic race by the Anglo-Saxon (or Germanic Race) in land, language and religion, in the British Isles and Canada -- Can the leopard change his spots or the Ethiopian his skin.
Volume 3 of a 10 volume set. For individual volumes in the set see CIHM nos. 79421 to 79425.