Destinies: Canadian History Since Confederation by Robert A. WardhaughDestinies: Canadian History Since Confederation by Robert A. Wardhaugh

Destinies: Canadian History Since Confederation

byRobert A. Wardhaugh

Paperback | September 21, 2016

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Destinies and its pre-Confederation partner Origins continue their unrivalled ability to tell the story of the history of Canada by balancing different types of history while maintaining a coherent narrative that does not drown the reader in detail. In their new editions, these books have made even greater investment in student engagement, from beautiful production values to a careful integration of social history, with relevant examples that show readers history in the novels and films around them. MindTapT, a fully online learning solution, combines all learning tools-readings, multimedia, activities, and assessments-into a single Learning Path that guides the student through the curriculum and brings history to life!
Dr. Wardhaugh is a political and regional historian of late nineteenth- and twentieth-century Canada whose research interests include federalism, the Prairie West, rural/small town, and the Métis. Dr. Wardhaugh teaches courses on all aspects of Canadian history. He was nominated for the Award of Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching in ...
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Title:Destinies: Canadian History Since ConfederationFormat:PaperbackDimensions:640 pages, 10 × 7.89 × 0.83 inPublished:September 21, 2016Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:017659308X

ISBN - 13:9780176593087

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Table of Contents

List of MapsPrefaceChapter 1: ConfederationPart One: Expanding the New Dominion, 1867-1914Chapter 2: Three Oceans, One Country: 1867-80Chapter 3: A "National Policy"?Chapter 4: The Fragile UnionChapter 5: Imperialism, Continentalism, and NationalismPart Two: Industrial Canada, 1867-1914Chapter 6: Boomtime: Industrialization at the Turn of the CenturyChapter 7: The Impact of Urban and Industrial GrowthChapter 8: An Era of Social Reform: 1890-1914 Chapter 9: Culture: 1867-1914Part Three: War and Depression, 1914-45Chapter 10: Canada in the Great WarChapter 11: Canada, 1919-29: A Decade of AdjustmentChapter 12: Canada in the Great DepressionChapter 13: Canada in World War IIPart 4: Modern Canada, 1945 to the PresentChapter 14: Toward a More Affluent Society: 1945-60Chapter 15: Protest and Reform: The 1960sChapter 16: The Making of Modern QuebecChapter 17: Immigration and MulticulturalismChapter 18: Canada in the 1970s and the 1980sChapter 19: Contemporary CanadaAppendix: Canadian Prime Ministers since ConfederationIndex