Viewpoints: Reading In Canadian History by R. Douglas FrancisViewpoints: Reading In Canadian History by R. Douglas Francis

Viewpoints: Reading In Canadian History

byR. Douglas Francis, Donald B. Smith

Paperback | March 14, 2006

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In Viewpoints we present a collection of articles suitable for introductory Canadian history tutorials. Based on Readings in Canadian History: Pre-Confederation and Post-Confederation volumes, 7th editions, we have selected topics related to major issues explored in Canadian history survey courses. We have included valuable articles of a general nature that deal with the various regions of the country and, whenever possible, ones that reflect new research interests.
Douglas Francis teaches Canadian history at the University of Calgary. He has published Frank H. Underhill: Intellectual Provocateur (University of Toronto Press, 1986), which won the J.W. Dafoe Book Prize (1986) for the best book published on a subject of national and international importance, and Images of the West: Changing Per...
Title:Viewpoints: Reading In Canadian HistoryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:616 pages, 9.25 × 7.37 × 0.89 inPublished:March 14, 2006Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0176415386

ISBN - 13:9780176415389


Table of Contents

Topic OneThe First Nations and European ContactArticle OneChildren of Gluskap: Wabanaki Indians on the Eve of the European InvasionHarald E.L. PrinsArticle TwoThe French Presence in Huronia: The Structure of Franco-Huron Relations in the First Half of the Seventeenth CenturyBruce G. TriggerArticle ThreeTo See Ourselves as the Other''s Other: Nlaka''pamux Contact NarrativesWendy C. WickwireTopic TwoAcadiaArticle FourThe Golden Age: Acadian Life, 1713-1748Naomi GriffithsArticle FiveImperial TransitionsElizabeth ManckeTopic ThreeThe Conquest and Its AftermathArticle SixThe Battle of Quebec: A ReappraisalW.J. EcclesArticle SevenA Change in Climate: The Conquest and the Marchands of MontrealJosé IgartuaArticle EightThe Fall of New FranceAllan GreerTopic FourUpper Canada and the War of 1812Article NineReluctant Warriors: British North Americans and the War of 1812E. Jane ErringtonArticle Ten"Of Slender Frame and Delicate Appearance": The Placing of Laura Secord in the Narratives of Canadian Loyalist HistoryCecilia MorganTopic FiveRupert''s Land and the Red River ColonyArticle ElevenThe Flock Divided: Factions and Feuds at Red RiverFrits PannekoekArticle TwelveThe Métis and Mixed Bloods of Rupert''s Land before 1870Irene M. SpryArticle ThirteenThe Michif Language of the MétisPeter BakkerTopic SixPacific CoastArticle FourteenTracing the Fortunes of Five Founding Families of VictoriaSylvia Van KirkArticle FifteenHardy Backwoodsmen, Wholesome Women, and Steady Families: Immigration and the Construction of a White Society in Colonial British Columbia, 1849-1871Adele PerryTopic SevenConfederationArticle SixteenThe Case Against Canadian ConfederationGed MartinArticle SeventeenCurrent Canadian Constitutionalism and the 1865 Confederation DebatesJohn A. RohrArticle EighteenWas Canada Meant to Be a Democracy?Paul RomneyTopic EightThe North West Rebellion of 1885Article NineteenThe Métis Militant Rebels of 1885David LeeArticle TwentyThe Indian Version of the Rebellion: An Untold StoryA. Blair StonechildTopic NineRacism and NationalismArticle Twenty-OneTaming Aboriginal Sexuality: Gender, Power, and Race in British Columbia, 1850-1900Jean BarmanArticle Twenty-TwoReluctant Hosts: Anglo-Canadian Views of Multiculturalism in the Twentieth CenturyHoward PalmerArticle Twenty-ThreeRace and Recruitment in World War I: Enlistment of Visible Minorities in the Canadian Expeditionary ForceJames W. St.G. WalkerTopic TenThe Impact of IndustrializationArticle Twenty-FourGender at Work at Home: Family Decisions, the Labour Market, and Girls'' Contributions to the Family EconomyBettina BradburyArticle Twenty-FiveJoe Beef of Montreal: Working-Class Culture and the Tavern, 1869-1889Peter DeLottinvilleTopic ElevenWorld War IArticle Twenty-SixAn Open Letter from Capt. Talbot Papineau to Mr. Henri BourassaMr. Bourassa''s Reply to Capt. Talbot Papineau''s LetterArticle Twenty-SevenGhosts Have Warm HandsWill R. BirdArticle Twenty-EightRecruiting, 1914-1916Ronald G. HaycockTopic TwelveForeign Policy and World War IIArticle Twenty-NineBattle Exhaustion and the Canadian Soldier in NormandyJ. Terry CoppArticle ThirtyStaring into the AbyssJack GranatsteinTopic ThirteenGender and the Consumer SocietyArticle Thirty-OneHome Dreams: Women and the Suburban Experiment in Canada, 1945-1960Veronica Strong-BoagArticle Thirty-TwoFatherhood, Masculinity, and the Good Life During Canada''s Baby Boom, 1945-1965Robert RutherdaleTopic FourteenQuebec/CanadaArticle Thirty-ThreeThe Quieter Revolution: Evolving Representations of National Identity in English Canada, 1941-1960.José Igartua,Article Thirty-FourQuébec-Canada''s Constitutional DossierAlain-G. GagnonTopic FifteenEntering the Twenty-First CenturyArticle Thirty-FiveAboriginal Peoples in the Twenty-First Century: A Plea for RealismAlan C. CairnsArticle Thirty-SixThe Meri