Close-Up Canada

Hardcover | April 17, 2007

byJ. Bradley Cruxton, Doug Wilson, Robert Walker

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Trillium Listed!Close-Up Canada, Second Edition, explores the cultural, political, economic, and social climate of the development of Canada from the 17th century to the early 19th century. Students will learn about the early settlement patterns, lifestyles, and interactions between Aboriginal groups and theEnglish and French.

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Trillium Listed!Close-Up Canada, Second Edition, explores the cultural, political, economic, and social climate of the development of Canada from the 17th century to the early 19th century. Students will learn about the early settlement patterns, lifestyles, and interactions between Aboriginal groups and theEnglish and French.

J. Bradley Cruxton and Doug Wilson are both retired from the Durham Board of Education.

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:240 pages, 11 × 8.5 × 0.7 inPublished:April 17, 2007Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195426134

ISBN - 13:9780195426137

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IntroductionFeatures in this TextbookUNIT 1: New FranceAboriginal PerspectivesEurope Looks WestCartier Explores the CoastThe French Return to North AmericaPartners in TradeSkill Builder: Interpreting ImagesThe Catholic Church in New FranceThe King's ColonySkill Builder: Conducting Effective ResearchComparing ColoniesA Unique Society in North AmericaSkill Builder: Using a Graphic OrganizerLife in AcadiaBackground to WarThe Struggle for CanadaFormative TasksSummative TaskUNIT 2: British North AmericaThe American RevolutionWho Were the Loyalists?Skill Builder: Cause and Effect RelationshipsA New SocietyOrganizing the GovernmentThe War of 1812Skill Builder: Reading and Understanding Historical MapsImmigration to Upper CanadaNew Directions for the EconomyPioneers of Upper CanadaSkill Builder: Reading Historical FictionEducation in Upper CanadaFormative TasksSummative TasksUNIT 3: Conflict and ChangeThe Rebellion in Upper CanadaSkill Builder: Determining Reliable SourcesThe Rebellion in Lower CanadaSkill Builder: Presenting OptionsResults of the RebelResponsible Government at LastFormative TasksSummative TaskGlossaryIndexCredits