February/March 2015

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Captain Cook's Canada: He mapped much of our coastline, yet Captain James Cook has received little recognition as a founder of our country.

Also in this issue - A Pox on Our Nation: Much of Canada's early history was shaped by the presence of smallpox, a "speckled monster" as deadly as Ebola. Could the disease rise again? | William Stark's War: Sketches done by a private during his spare time provide an intimate look at life behind the lines during the First World War. |The Serpent Slayer: Andrew Paull's unique legal training prepared him for a lifetime of advocacy on behalf of First Nations people.

Regular features: Christopher Moore, Currents, Trading Post, Destinations, Album, Book Reviews.

History Matters: Celebrating the best and brightest in the history community.