Ontario history collected online
The Ontario Historical Society has launched its new Ontario History Archive, presenting 120 years of the journal that since 1946 has been named Ontario History.
The OHS calls the archive, which includes more than two thousand articles and book reviews, “the largest single collection of stories about Ontario’s history” and notes that it includes work by many of the province’s most significant historians. OHS executive director Rob Leverty says the project took almost a decade to bring to fruition.
Issues published from 1899 to 1915 and from Autumn 2005 to 2018 can be accessed by all readers, while issues from 1916 to Spring 2005 are available only to OHS members. The journal was first published as Papers and Records.