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Origins : Canadian history to Confederation /
R. Douglas Francis, Richard Jones, Donald B. Smith, Robert Wardhaugh.
edition
Seventh edition.
imprint
Toronto : Nelson Education, c2013.
description
xxvii, 518 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour), colour maps, portraits (chiefly colour) ; 26 cm.
ISBN
0176502505, 9780176502508
format(s)
Book
Holdings
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imprint
Toronto : Nelson Education, c2013.
isbn
0176502505
9780176502508
general note
1st-6th eds. prepared by R. Douglas Francis, Richard Jones, and Donald B. Smith.
Includes access code card for InfoTrac College Edition, the online library tipped in.
catalogue key
8472556
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
A Look Inside
Table of Contents
List of Maps
Preface
The First Peoples
Early European Settlement to 1760
The Arrival of the Europeans
The Beginnings of New France
The Iroquois, The Hurons, and the French
Province de France, 1663û1760
The Acadians
The Struggle for a Continent
Colonial Societies in British North American, 1760 to 1815
The Conquest of Quebec, 1760û1774
Quebec Society in the Late Eighteenth Century
Maritime Society, 1760û1815
Upper Canada, 1791û1815
The Fur Trade and the Northwest, 1700-1821
The Canadas, 1815 to the 1860s
Rebellion and Change on The St. Lawrence
Growth and Rebellion in Upper Canada
The Union of the Canadas: Economic and Social Developments, 1840û1864
The Union of The Canadas: Political Developments, 1840û1864
Colonies and Hinterlands, 1815 To 1867
The Maritime Colonies, 1815û1864
Newfoundland: The Land Apart
The Northwest
The Pacific Coast
Toward Confederation
The Road to Confederation
Index
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