I will build a list of related resources with each blog post, i.e., the sources I use and other interesting sources I come across.

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Coles, Mercy Ann. “Reminiscences of Canada in 1864.” LAC MG24-B66.

Connerton, Paul. “Seven Types of Forgetting.” Memory Studies 1.1 (2008): 59-71.

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