Visions Editors' Choice: Post-confederation

Paperback | December 12, 2014

byP.e. Bryden, Colin M. Coates, Maureen Lux

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The editor's choice Post-Confederation volume of Visions brings together 12 pre-selected modules that tackle topics within Canadian history. This unique collection provides consistency for instructors and students as each module is designed around a consistent framework. A short contextual introduction provides students with an overview of what they will be learning and is followed by a series of both primary and secondary sources, including visual materials. All modules conclude with questions for further discussion and study, along with a bibliography. This collection can be used to compliment a core text or be used on its own, depending on the approach of the course.

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The editor's choice Post-Confederation volume of Visions brings together 12 pre-selected modules that tackle topics within Canadian history. This unique collection provides consistency for instructors and students as each module is designed around a consistent framework. A short contextual introduction provides students with an overv...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:576 pages, 9.25 × 7.25 × 1.15 inPublished:December 12, 2014Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:017666940X

ISBN - 13:9780176669409

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: As Long as the Sun Shines and the Waters Flow: Treaties and Treaty-Making in the 1870s WestChapter 2: Industrialization and Women's Work, 1870s-1920sChapter 3: The Early Canadian Women's Movement and the Struggle for the Vote, 1870s-1918 Chapter 4: The Playing Fields: Sport in Late 19th - Early 20th Century CanadaChapter 5: The Great War: Leaders, Followers, and Record-KeepersChapter 6: Canada in the 1930s: Surviving Canada's Great DepressionChapter 7: Eugenics in CanadaChapter 8: World War II and the Internment of Enemy Aliens: Circumscribing Personal FreedomsChapter 9: A National Crime: Residential Schools in Canada, 1880s to 1960sChapter 10: Peacekeeping Missions, 1956 to the 1990s: Canada's Real Contribution to World Affairs?Chapter 11: Reconciling the Two Solitudes? The Debate over Official Languages, 1963-1995Chapter 12: Queering Canada