Contents of Volume VIII (1984)
  I. The Hon. Jack B. Murta, Minister of State -- Multiculturalism, An Address at the Second National Conference on Multiculturalism and International Education. 
  II. Hartmut Froeschle, 1784-1984. 200 Years of German Participation in Building Ontario. A Chronological Table; Gertrud Jaron Lewis, The German Presence in the Ontario Northland; Peter Hessel, German Immigration to the Ottawa Valley in the 19th Century; Walter Beringer, A Leader and His People. Scenes from the Life of Albrecht Ulrich Moll alias William Berczy (1744-1813); Dexter Hawn, Loyalist Descendants of a 1709 Palatine Emigrant Family in Ontario since 1784; John Hutton, St. Catharines, Ontario: For Jacob Dittrick, a First Settler, It Was a Link with the Past; Viola Wadel, The German Lutheran Settlement of Rainham Township, County of Haldimand, Ontario; John Andre, Stephen A. Otto and Douglas Richardson, William Kauffmann (1821 or 1822-1875); Pleasance Crawford, H.A. Engelhardt (1830-97): Landscape Designer; Gunda Lambton, German Influence on 19th-Century Ontario Engraving. 
  III. Gerhard Friesen, Nachlese zu Hermann Weigand; Gerhard Friesen, Forgotten Prose by Heinrich Rembe; Ernst Gallati, Zu Hermann Boeschensteins "Der Horcher an der Wand"; Werner A. Bausenhart, Attitudes and Motivations of Anglophone and Francophone University Students of German in Ottawa. 
  IV. Georg K. Weissenborn, Johannes Holzer, The Canisius of Upper Canada; George K. Weissenborn, John Adam Rittlinger, The "Glockemann" (1855-1915). 
  VII. Gerhart P. Bassler, Franz Straubinger and the Deutsche Arbeitsgemeinschaft Ontario; Ernst Ruppe, Festrede zur Fünfzigjahrfeier des Deutsch-Kanadischen Vereins London, Ontario, am 24. Juni 1983. 
  IX. Hartmut Froeschle and Lothar Zimmermann, The Germans in Ontario. A Bibliography.
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