Journeys: A History Of Canada

Paperback | February 15, 2005

byR. Douglas Francis, Richard Jones, Donald B. Smith

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Do you want all your Canadian history in one place? Well look no further. Journeys is the long awaited one-volume Canadian History text from Thomson Nelson. Born out of the best-selling Origins and Destinies, this text offers all of the integrity and sophistication of the original books. Exploring Canadian history from the First Nations before European to present day, Journeys is a balanced representation of important events in Canada?s past. Using the same style, readability, and clearness of presentation, Journeys maintains all the great pedagogical features that have made Origins and Destines so popular.

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Do you want all your Canadian history in one place? Well look no further. Journeys is the long awaited one-volume Canadian History text from Thomson Nelson. Born out of the best-selling Origins and Destinies, this text offers all of the integrity and sophistication of the original books. Exploring Canadian history from the First Nation...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:630 pages, 9.81 × 8 × 0.88 inPublished:February 15, 2005Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:017622436X

ISBN - 13:9780176224363

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Table of Contents

1 . First Nations2. Early European Settlements3. New France and Acadia, 1663-17604. Struggle for a Continent, 1755-17605. Quebec and Lower Canada, 1760-18406. Upper Canada, 1791-18407. The Canadas, 1841-18648. Atlantic Canada, 1760-18649. The Northwest to the 1860s10. The Pacific Coast the the 1860s11. Confederation12. Three Oceans, One Country: 1867-188013. A "National Policy"?14. Conflicting Visions: 1867 -191415. Urban and Industrial Canada16. Social Reform and a Cultural Renaissance, 1867-191417. Canada in the Great War18. The Interwar Years19. Canada in World War II20. Toward A More Affluent Society, 1945-196021. An Era of Change: The 1960s22. Aboriginal Canada: World War II to the Present23. The Making of the Modern Quebec24. The English-speaking Provinces since 196025. Immigration and Ethnicity26. Contemporary Canada