Histoire sociale / Social History

Ottawa, Université d'Ottawa, Carleton University
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ISSN: 0018 - 2257
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Consistenza: n. 65, a. XXXIII, 2000-n. 81, a. XLI, 2008; n. 96, a. XLVIII, 2015-
Lacune: n. 75, a: XXXVIII, 2005; n. 79, a: XXXIX, 2007; n. 82, a. XLI, 2008-n. 95, a. XLVIII, 2015

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n. 96, a. XLVIII, 2015

SECTION THÉMATIQUE : MIGRATION ET TRANSNATIONALISME : DE NOUVEAUX DISCOURS SUR DES THÈMES ANCIENS / THEMED SECTION: DOCUMENTING MIGRATION AND TRANSNATIONALISM: NEW DIRECTIONS ON OLD THEMES

Lisa Chilton, Royden Loewen, Introduction, p. 1
Lisa Chilton, Yukari Takai, East Coast, West Coast: Using Government Files to Study Immigration History, p. 7
Laura Madokoro, Handprints in the Archives: Exploring the Emotional Life of the State, p. 25
Marlene Epp, Eating Across Borders: Reading Immigrant Cookbooks, p. 45
Ryan Eyford, "Close together, though miles and miles apart": Family, Distance, and Emotion in the Letters of the Taylor Sisters, 1881-1921, p. 67
Royden Loewen, Competing Cosmologies: Reading Migration and Identity in an Ethno-religious Newspaper, p. 87

ARTICLES
Denise Jacques, "The Industry of the Beaver": Looking at Canadian Participation at the Intercolonial Exhibition, Sydney, New South Wales, 1877, p. 107
David W. Gutzke, W. Waters Butler and the Making of a Progressive Brewer in Britain, 1890-1922, p. 137
Maxime Haubert, Entreprises ouvrières et luttes sociales en Andalousie : Implications idéologique, p. 161
Daryl Leeworthy, Skating on the Border: Hockey, Class, and Commercialism in Interwar Britain, p. 193
Tracey L. Adams, Nicole Etherington, The Emergence of Naturopathy in Two Canadian Provinces: British Columbia and Ontario, 1920-1970, p. 215
Ian Milligan, "A Haven for Perverts, Criminals, and Goons": Children and the Battle for and Against Canadian Internet Regulation, 1991-1999, p. 245

Note de recherche / Research Note, p. 275
Études critiques / Review Essays, p. 289
Comptes rendus / Book Reviews, p. 303


n. 81, a. XLI, 2008

ARTICLES
Barbara Lorenzkowski, Languages of Ethnicity: Teaching German in Waterloo County's Schools, 1850-1915, p. 1
Tim Cook, "He was determined to go ": Underage Soldiers in the Canadian Expeditionary Force, p. 41
Magda Fahrni, Yves Frenette, "Don't I long for Montreal ": L'identité Hybride d'une jeune migrante franco-américaine pendant la Première Guerre mondiale, p. 75
Robert Storey, "Their only power was moral "The Injuired Workers "Movement in Toronto, 1970-1985, p. 99
Yolande Cohen, De la nutrition des pauvres malades: L'histoire du "Montreal Diet Dispensary "de 1910 à 1940, p. 133
Charlotte Neff, Government Approaches to Child Neglect and Mistreatment in Nineteenth-century Ontario, p. 165
David W. Gutzke, Runcorn Brewery: The Unofficial History of a Corporate Disaster, p. 215

études critique/review essay, p. 253
Comptes rendus / Book Reviews, p. 273


n. 80, a. XL, 2007

INTRODUCTION
Marie Pierre Arrizabalaga, Les femmes et l'immigration en Amérique du Nord: un Phénomène transnational, p. 253

ARTICLES
Marie Pierre Arrizabalaga, L'émigration del Pyrénéennes en Amérique du Nord aux XIXe et XXe siècles, p. 269
Yukari Takai, "These Japanese continuously violated the alien-contract labour laws ": The Gendered Paths of Labourers, Farmers, and Housewives from Japan Traversing the Canada-U.S. Border in the Early Twentieth Century, p. 297
Marlene Epp, Midwife-Healers in Canadian Mennonite Immigrant Communities: Women who "made things right ", p. 323
Danielle Gauvreau, Sherry Olson, Patricia Thornton, The Harsh Welcome of an Industrial City: Immigrant Women in Montreal, 1880-1900, p. 345
Angelika Sauer, Gender and Transnationalism in the Work of Immigration Agent Elise von Koerber, 1872-1884, p. 381

TABLE RONDE/ROUND TABLE
Richard Connors, Public and Private England, 1600-1800: The Secret History of Domesticity, Revisited, p. 407
John Smail, Social History and Literary Criticism, p. 415
Rachel Weil, The Public. the Private, and Feminist Historiography, p. 421
Lisa Forman Cody, The Secret History of Immigration, p. 427
Michel McKeon, Reponse to my Commentators, p. 437

Comptes rendus / Book Reviews, p. 445


n. 78, a. XXXIX, 2006

ARTICLES
Patti Phillips, "Financially irresponsible and obviously neurotic need not apply ": Social Work, Parental Fitness, and the Production of Adoptive Families in Ontario, 1940-1965, p. 329
Nigel Roy Moses, Canadian Student Movements on the Cold War Battlefield, 1944-1954, p. 363
Tracey L. Adams, Sneaking in the Back Door? Social Closure and Private Bills for Entry into Ontario Professions, 1868-1914, p. 405
Robert B. Kristofferson, A Culture in Continuity: Master-Man Mutualism in Hamilton, Ontario, During Early Industrialization, p. 425

NOTES DE RECHERCHE / RESEARCH NOTES
André Cellard, Marie-Claude Thifault, Sur quelques visages de la folie à Saint-Jean-de-Dieu au tournant du siècle dernier, p. 451
Nie Clarke, Opening Closed Doors and Breaching High Walls: Some Approaches for Studying Intellectual Disability in Canadian History, p. 467

ÉTUDES CRITIQUES / REVIEW ESSAYS
Lara Apps, Witchcraft: A Problem for All Times?, p. 487
Michael Behiels, French-Canadian Catholicism: Bulwark Against or Purveyor of Modernity?, p. 497

RÉPLIQUES
Gérard Bouchard, À propos des collectivités neuves et des imaginaires collectifs : quelques clarifications, p. 505
Claude Couture, Réponse aux clarifications de Gérard Bouchard, p. 509

Comptes rendus / Book Reviews, p. 511


n. 77, a. XXXIX, 2006

INTRODUCTION
Barbara Lorenzkowski, Steven High, Culture, Canada, and the Nation, p. 1

NATION, RACE, AND EMPIRE / NATION, RACE ET EMPIRE
Cecilia Morgan, "A choke of emotion, a great heart-leap ": English-Canadian Tourists in Britain, 1880s-1914, p. 11
Anthony P. Michel, To Represent the Country in Egypt: Aboriginality, Britishness, Anglophone Canadian Identities, and the Nile Voyageur Contingent, 1884-1885, p. 45
Anne Clendinning, Exhibiting a Nation: Canada at the British Empire Exhibition, 1924-1925, p. 79

NATIONS UNBOUND: TRANSNATIONAL CONNECTIONS / DES PAYS EN DÉTACHEMENT : LIENS TRANSNATIONAUX
Godefroy Desrosiers-Lauzon, À l'envers de l'hiver : le voyage en Floride et les identités canadienne et québécoise, p. 109
Alexander Freund, Troubling Memories in Nation-building: World War II Memories and Germans' Inter-ethnic Encounters in Canada after 1945, p. 129

REALMS OF MEMORY / AUX ROYAUMES DES SOUVENIRS
Jocelyn Létoumeau, Mythistoires de losers: introduction au roman historial des Québécois d'héritage canadien-français, p. 157
Patricia Vervoort, "Towers of Silence ": The Rise and Fall of the Grain Elevator as a Canadian Symbol, p. 181

BRANDING THE NATION / UN PAYS SE DÉMARQUANT AU FER DE L'IDENTITÉ
Jarrett Rudy, Manufacturing French-Canadian Tradition: tabac canadien and the Construction of French-Canadian Identity, 1880-1950, p. 205
Catherine Carstairs, "Roots "Nationalism: Branding English Canada Cool in the 1980s and 1990s, p. 235

ETUDE CRITIQUE / REVIEW ESSAY
Adam J. Green, Calling the Kettle Black? Recent Trends and Strategies in the Study of the Canadian-American Relationship, p. 257

Comptes rendus / Book Reviews, p. 267


n. 76, a. XXXVIII, 2005

ARTICLES
Rusty Bitterman, Lady Landlords and the Final Defence of Landlordism on Prince Edward Island: The Case of Charlotte Sulivan, p. 203
Christian Dessureault, L'évolution de la productivité agricole dans la plaine de Montreal, 1852-1871. Grandes et petites exploitations dans un systéme familial d'agriculture, p. 235
Christina Burr, "Oil Mania ": Colonial Land Policy, Land Speculation, and Settlement in Enniskillen Township, 1830s-1860s, p. 267
David Levine, Julie Savoie, A Riddle Wrapped in a Mystery Inside an Enigma: Bi-modal Fertility Dynamics and Family Life in French-Canadian Quebec, p. 307
Jean-René Thuot, Élites locales et institutions à l'époque des Rébellions : Jacques Archambault et l'épisode de presbytére de Saint-Roch-de l'Achigan, p. 339
Tamara Myers, Mary Anne Poutanen, Cadets, Curfews, and Compulsory Schooling: Mobilizing Anglophone Children in WWII Quebec, p. 367
Wendy Mitchinson, Breast Cancer in Canada: Medical Response and Attitudes, 1900-1950, p. 399
Dirk Hoerder, Towards a History of Canadians: Transcultural Human Agency as Seen Through Economic Behaviour, Community Formation, and Societal Institutions, p. 433

TABLE RONDE / ROUND TABLE
Sylvia Hahn, Nora Faires, Leslie Page Moch, Leo Lucassen, Dirk Hoerder, Staking Narrative Clairms: A Round Table on Creating Societies: Immigrant Lives in Canada by Dirk Hoerder, p. 461

ÉTUDES CRITIQUES / REVIEW ESSAYS
Brian Gobbett, Reading Anglican Lives: Recent Studies in the History of Anglicanism in Canada, p. 479
Bruce Curtis, Knowledge and State Formation: Recent Scholarship by Edward Higgs, p. 493

Comptes rendus / Book Reviews, p. 499
Livres reçus / Book Received, p. 557


n. 74, a. XXXVII, 2004

ARTICLES
Rosalyn Trigger, Irish Politics on Parade: The Clergy, National Societies, and St. Patrick's Day Processions in Nineteenth-century Montreal and Toronto, p. 159
Bryan Hogeveen, "You will hardly believe I turned out so well ": Parole, Surveillance, Masculinity, and the Victoria Industrial School, 1896-1935, p. 201
Paula Cossart, Les juristes en réaction contre le désordre conjugal des masses: la "crise du mariage "en débat (1900-1940), p. 229

Comptes rendus/Book Reviews, p. 263
Livres reçus/Books Received, p. 329


n. 73, a. XXXVII, 2004

Note from the Co-directors/Note des codirecteurs, p. VIII

ARTICLES
David S. Churchill, An Ambiguous Welcome: Vietnam Draft Resistance, the Canadian State, and Cold War Containment, p. 1
Kristin McLaren, "We had no desire to be set apart ": Forced Segregation of Black Students in Canada West Public Schools and Myths of British Egalitarianism, p. 27
Pamela Sugiman, Passing Time, Moving Memories: Interpreting Wartime Narratives of Japanese Canadian Women, p. 51

Études critiques/Review Essays, p. 81
Comptes rendus/Book Reviews, p. 93


n. 72, a. XXXVI, 2003

ARTICLES
Christian Dessureault, L'élection de 1830 dans le comté Saint-Hyacinthe: identités élitaires et solidarités paroissiales, sociales ou familiales, p. 281
Julian Gwyn, Female Litigants before the Civil Courts of Nova Scotia, 1749-1801, p. 311
Katherine M. J. McKenna, Women's Agency in Upper Canada: Prescott's Board of Police Record, 1834-1850, p. 347
Julia Roberts, Women, Men, and Taverns in Tavern-Keeper Ely Playter's Journal, p. 371
Joceline Chabot, "De l'angélus de l'aube à l'angélus du soir ": être militante à temps plein dans les syndicats féminins chrétiens en France durant l'entredeux-guerres, p. 407
Robert Rutherdale, Send-offs During Canada's Great War: Interpreting Hometown Rituals in Dispatching Home Front Volunteers, p. 425
Nicole Neatby, Meeting of Minds: North American Travel Writers and Government Tourist Publicity in Quebec, 1920-1955, p. 465
Geneviève Hébert, Les "femmes de mauvaise vie "dans la communauté (Montpellier, 1713-1742), p. 497

Comptes rendus/Book Reviews, p. 519
Livres reçus/Books Received, p. 555


n. 71, a. XXXVI, 2003

INTERSECTIONS OF RELIGIOUS AND SOCIAL HISTORY/À LA CROISÉE DE L'HISTOIRE RELIGIEUSE ET SOCIALE

INTRODUCTION
Nancy Christie, Michael Gauvreau, Modalities of Social Authority: Suggesting an Interface for Religious and Social History, p. 1

ARTICLES
J. I. Little, "In the desert places of the wilderness ": The Frontier Thesis and the Anglican Church in the Eastern Townships, 1799-1831, p. 31
Michael Gauvreau, Covenanter Democracy: Scottish Popular Religion, Ethnicity, and the Varieties of Politico-religious Dissent in Upper Canada, 1815-1841, p. 55
Ollivier Hubert, La religion populaire est-elle une légende du XIXe siècle?, p. 85
Kenneth L. Draper, A People's Religion: P. W. Philpott and the Hamilton Christian Workers' Church, p. 99
Edward Smith, Working-Class Anglicans: Religion and Identity in Victorian and Edwardian Hamilton, Ontario, p. 123
Nancy Christie, "On the threshold of manhood ": Working-Class Religion and Domesticity in Victorian Britain and Canada, p. 145
Susan Neylan, Encountering Spirits: Evangelical and Holiness Revivals in Victoria, B.C., and the "Colonial Project ", p. 175
James Opp, The Word and the Flesh: Religion, Medicine, and Protestant Faith Healing Narratives in North America, 1880-1910, p. 205
Lucia Ferretti, Chantal Bourassa, L'éclosion de la vocation religieuse chez les soeurs dominicaines de Trois-Rivières: pour un complément aux perspectives de l'historiographie récente, p. 225

Comptes Rendus/Book Reviews, p. 255


n. 70, a. XXXV, 2002

ARTICLES
Colleen Skidmore, Photography in the Convent: Grey Nuns, Québec, 1861, p. 279
Tim Cook, Wet Canteens and Worrying Mothers: Alcohol, Soldiers, and Temperance Groups in the Great War, p. 311
Sherry Olson, Patricia Thornton, The Challenge of the Irish Catholic Community in Nineteenth-Century Montreal, p. 331
Desmond H. Brown, "They Punish Murderers, Thieves, Traitors and Sorcerers ": Aboriginal Criminal Justice as Reported by Early French Observers, p. 363

SURVEYING THE SOCIAL, PART II/LE SOCIAL À L'OEIL, 2e PARTIE
Bruce Curtis, Paula Maurutto, (Guest Editors/Rédacteurs invités)
Anne Løkke, Creating the Social Question: Imagining Society in Statistics and Political Economy in Late Nineteenth-Century Denmark, p. 393
Rob Watts, Making Numbers Count on the Racial Frontier: An Historical Sociology of the Birth of the Census, Victoria (Australia), 1835-1840, p. 423
Bruce Curtis, Public Education and the Manufacture of Solidarity: Christopher Dunkin's Design for Lower Canada, p. 447
Chantale Quesney, Quand "la maison signifiait quelque chose ": la famille selon l'École sociale populaire, 1918-1939, p. 469
Jean-Marie Fecteau, La dynamique sociale du catholicisme québécois au XIXe siècle: éléments pour une réflexion sur les frontières et les conditions historiques de possibilité du "social ", p. 495

Comptes rendus/Book Reviews, p. 517
Livres reçus/Books Received, p. 547


n. 69, a. XXXV, 2002

ARTICLES
Jacques Paul Couturier, Wendy Johnston, L'Ètat, les familles et l'obligation scolaire au Nouveau-Brunswick dans les années 1940, p. 1
M. A. Poutanen, Regulating Public Space in Early-Nineteenth-Century Montreal: Vagrangy Laws and Gender in a Colonial Context, p. 35
Lorna McLean, "Deserving "Wives and "Drunken "Husbands: Wife Beating, Marital Conduct, and the Law in Ontario, 1850-1910, p. 59

SURVEYING THE SOCIAL/LA SOCIAL A L'OEIL
Bruce Curtis, Paula Maurutto, Gyest editors/Rédacteurs invites
Bruce Curtis, Surveying the Social: Techniques, Practices, Power, p. 83
Jean-Guy Prévost, Espace public, action collective et savoir social: Robert Gourlay et le Statistical Account of Upper Canada, p. 109
Patrick Carroll-Burke, Moralizing Economics, Making the Social Scientific: From Political Economy to Social Economy in the Early NAPSS, p. 141
Alan Hunt, Measuring Morals: The Beginnings of the Social Survey Movement in Canada, 1913-1917, p. 171
Pavla Miller, Tradition, Modernity, and Italian Babies, p. 195

ETUDE CRITIQUE/REVIEW ESSAY
Patrick J. O'Connor, Politics, Indoors and Out, p. 235

Comptes Rendus/Book Reviews, p. 245


n. 68, a. XXXIV, 2001

ARTICLES
Mario Seccareccia, Maurice Saint-Germain, Main-d'oeuvre immigrante et développement dualiste: l'économie
canadienne au milieu du XIXe siècle
, p. 249

FEMMES ET ACTIVITÉS ÉCONOMIQUES EN EUROPE DU NORD-OUEST AUX XVIIIe ET XIXe SIÈCLES
Béatrice Craig, Introdution: les affaires sont-elles affaires de femmes?, p. 277
Pamla Sharpe, Gender in the Economy: Female Merchants and Family Businesses the British Isles, 1600-1850, p. 283
Robert Beachy, Business was a Family Affair: Women of Commerce in Central Europe, 1650-1880, p. 307
Béatrice Craig, Patrons mauvais genre: femmes et entreprises à Tourcoing au XIXe siècle, p. 331
Daniel A. Rabuzzi, Fading Images, Fading Realities? Female Merchants in Scandinavia and the Baltic, p. 355
Merry Wiesner-Hanks, A Response to Women and Business in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Northwestern Europe, p. 371

TABLE RONDE
Marcel Martel, En guise d'introduction. Introduction, p. 377
Gene Allen, The Professionals and the Public: Responses to Canada: A People's History, p. 381
Margaret Conrad, My Canada Includes the Atlantic Provinces, p. 392
Patrice Groulx, La meilleure histoire du monde, p. 403
William G. Thomas, III, Blazing Trails Toward Digital History Scholarship, p. 415
John Lutz, Riding the Horseless Carriage to the Computer Revolution: Teaching History in the Twenty-first Century, p. 427

ÉTUDE CRITIQUE / REVIEW ESSAY
David Levine, Zubedeh Vahed, Ginzburg's Menocchio: Refutations and Conjectures, p. 437

Comptes rendus / Book Reviews, p. 465
Livres reçus / Books received, p. 501


n. 67, a. XXXIV, 2001

ARTICLES
J. I. Little, A Crime “Shrouded in Mystery”: State, Church, and Community in the Kinnear's Mills Post Office Case, 1899-1905, p. 1
Kenneth Michael Sylvester, All Things Being Equal: Land Ownership and Ethnicity in Rural Canada, 1901, p. 35
Peter Baskerville, Did Religion Matter? Religion and Wealth in Urban Canada at the Turn of the Twentieth Century: An Exploratory Study, p. 61
Nathalie Hamel, Coordonner l'artisanat et le tourisme, ou comment mettre en valeur le visage pittoresque du Québec (1915-1960), p. 97
Lynn MacKay, Moral Paupers: The Poor Men of St. Martin's, 1815-1819, p. 115
Hugh Shewell, “What Makers the Indian Tick?” The Influence of Social Sciences on Canada's Indian Policy, 1947-1964, p. 133
Lynne Marks, Heroes and Hallelujahs- Labour History and the Social History of Religion in English Canada: A Response to Bryan Palmer, p. 169

Note de recherche/Research Note
Martin Pâquet, Érick Duchesne, De la complexité de l'événement en histoire, p. 187

ÉTUDE CRITIQUE/REVIEW ESSAY
Jenéa Tallentire, Strategies of Memory: History, Social Memory, and the Community, p. 197

Comptes rendus/Book Reviews, p. 213


n. 66, a. XXXIII, 2000

NEGOTIATING NATIONS: EXCLUSIONS, NETWORKS, INCLUSIONS / NATIONS EN TRANSITION : EXCLUSIONS, RÉSEAUX, INCLUSIONS

ARTICLES
Dirk Hoerder, Negotiating Nations: Exclusions, Networks, Inclusions - An Introduction, p. 221
Albert Lichtblau, The Jews' Search for Zugehorigkeit in Austria up to 1938, p. 231
Wim Willems, Leo Lucassen, Gypsies in the Diaspora? The Pitfalls of a Biblical Concept, p. 251
Vie Satzewich, Whiteness Limited: Racialization and the Social Construction of "Peripheral Europeans ", p. 271
Stefan Berger, Class vs. Nation, Class and the Nation, Between Class and Nation? Labour's Response to the National Question c.1870-1939, with Special Reference to Britain and Germany, p. 291
Sylvia Hahn, Inclusion and Exclusion of Migrants in the Multicultural Realm of the Habsburg "State of Many Peoples ", p. 307
Lori D. Ginzberg, The Nation's Mission: Social Movements and Nation-Building in the United States, p. 325
Adele Perry, Hardy Backwoodsmen, Wholesome Women, and Steady Families: Immigration and the Construction of a White Society in Colonial British Columbia, 1849-1871, p. 343
Franca Iacovetta, The Sexual Politics of Moral Citizenship and Containing "Dangerous "Foreign Men in Cold War Canada, 1950s-1960s, p. 361

ÉTUDE CRITIQUE / REVIEW ESSAY
Claude Couture, Genèse des nations et cultures du nouveau monde et Dialogue sur les pays neufs, p. 391

Comptes rendus / Book Reviews, p. 403
Livres reçus / Books received, p. 445


n. 65, a. XXXIII, 2000

ARTICLES
Sherry Olson, Feathering Her Nest in Nineteenth-Century Montreal, p. 1
Michèle Martin, Béatrice Richard, Dina Salha, La pré-modernité de Radiomonde: un pas hésitant vers un Québec moderne, p. 37

SOCIAL HISTORY AND POSTMODERN AND POSTCOLONIAL THEORY / L'HISTOIRE SOCIALE À L'HEURE DU POST-MODERNISME
The essays in this section were submitted independently from one another. Because they all address evolving theoretical debates, the editors decided to publish them in a common section, with the aim of stimulating further discussion among social historians.
Les essais de la présente section ont été soumis indépendemment les uns des autres. Parce qu 'ils se penchent tous sur des débats théoriques
en évolution, les directeurs de la rédaction ont décidé de les publier dans une même section afin de susciter d'autres discussions chez les
historiens sociaux
Mariana Valverde, Some Remarks on the Rise and Fall of Discourse Analysis, p. 59
Timothy J. Stanley, Why I Killed Canadian History: Conditions for an Anti-Racist History in Canada, p. 79
Bryan D. Palmer, Historiographic Hassles: Class and Gender, Evidence and Interpretation, p. 105

TABLE RONDE / ROUND TABLE
In recognition of the 30th anniversary of Histoire sociale/ Social History, the editors organized a panel for the 1998 Canadian Historical Association meeting in Ottawa. The following papers developed from presentations made at that conference.
Pour souligner le 30e anniversaire de la revue Histoire sociale / Social History, les directeurs de la rédaction ont organisé un panel à l'occasion de l'assemblée de la Société historique du Canada à Ottawa en 1998. Les articles suivants ont été préparés à partir de présentations faites à la conférence.
Adele Perry, The Historian and the Theorist Revisited, p. 145
Cynthia Wright, Rewriting the Modern: Reflections on Race, Nation, and the Death of a Department Store, p. 153
Janice Hill, Politicizing Canadian Childhood Using a Governmentality Framework, p. 169

Comptes rendus / Book Reviews, p. 183

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