Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets
1900-1930


 

 

Canadian Cities
of
Romance


By KATHERINE HALE
(MRS. JOHN GARVIN)
AUTHOR OF “Legends of the St. Lawrence
,”
Morning in the West,Canadian Houses
of Romance
, etc.


Drawings By
DOROTHY STEVENS



PUBLISHED at TORONTO by
McCLELLAND and STWEWART, Limited
[1928]


 

I N D E X

[Publishers’ Note]
[Authors’ Note]

CHAPTER
I.
QUEBEC—AN IMMORTAL
II.
DOMES AND DREAMS OF MONTREAL
III.
KINGSTON AND HER PAST
IV.
HALIFAX—A HOLDING PLACE
V.
THE PORT OF ST. JOHN
VI.
FREDERICTON—THE CELESTIAL CITY
VII.
OTTAWA—A TOWERED TOWN
VIII.
TORONTO—A PLACE OF MEETING
IX.
HAMILTON—A GARDEN CITY
X.
HISTORIC BACKGROUNDS OF BRANTFORD
XI.
LONDON—THE FOREST CITY
XII.
GOLDEN WINNIPEG
XIII.
EDMONTON AND JASPER PARK
XIV.
CALGARY AND BANFF
XV.
VANCOUVER—THE WESTERN GATEWAY
XVI.
VICTORIA—AN ISLAND CITY