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Rum in Atlantic Canada until 1830 (dissertation in progress)

Emily Burton has begun work on a Dalhousie University doctoral dissertation on rum in Atlantic Canada from the early eighteenth century until about 1830.  For details, see here.  Thank you to David Trippel for his continued contributions to this blog.

Posted by David Fahey on January 28, 2009 at 01:33 PM in Canada, Rum | Permalink