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Canada, a people's history. Volume 3, A question of loyalties [videorecording] /
[Canadian Broadcasting Corporation/Radio-Canada].
edition
Widescreen letterbox version.
imprint
[Toronto] : Canadian Broadcasting Corp. : Distributed exclusively in Canada by Morningstar Entertainment, c2000.
description
1 videodisc (approx. 202 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
ISBN
1552590607 (set: v.1-3), 155259064X
format(s)
DVD
Holdings
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imprint
[Toronto] : Canadian Broadcasting Corp. : Distributed exclusively in Canada by Morningstar Entertainment, c2000.
isbn
1552590607 (set: v.1-3)
155259064X
publisher #
CPH818100
CPH822100
general note
Based on: Canada: a people's history / Don Gillmor and Pierre Turgeon.
Special DVD features: Canadian History Trivia Quiz; Making history documentary on the making of the series; additional contemporary documentary footage; web site links; interactive menu; chapter indexing.
Title from disc label.
abstract
This episode covers 1775 to 1815. In 1775, American rebels invade Canada, but the invasion fails when "les Canadiens" refuse to take up arms against British rule. The mass migration of Loyalist refugees that follows creates an English-speaking Canada virtually overnight. In 1812, American invaders are fought to a stand-still at Queenston Heights and Chateauguay, setting boundaries that remain today.
language note
Closed-captioned.
catalogue key
5494891
technical details
DVD; Dolby digital stereo.

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