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What Were the Schoolbooks Like?
Welcome to Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York by the School Children of Ottawa, 21st September 1901. [Ottawa: s.n., 1901]
Le Chansonnier des écoles : recueil de romances choisies (paroles françaises et anglaises) : à l’usage des écoles, académies, pensionnats, etc. Montréal: A.J. Boucher, 1876
The Public School Music Reader by John W. Tufts and H.E. Holt, adapted for use in Canadian schools by S.H. Preston. Toronto: Canada Pub. Co., 1885, [c1883]
Three-Part Songs selected and arranged by Henry Francis Sefton. Toronto: J. Campbell, 1869. (Canadian National Series of School Books)
Bouquet of Kindergarten and Primary Songs by Mrs. J.L. Hughes. Toronto: Selby, 1891
Le Livre de musique by Claude Augé. Montréal : Librairie Beauchemin [between 1908 and 1924]