Visions Editors' Choice: Pre-confederation by P.e. BrydenVisions Editors' Choice: Pre-confederation by P.e. Bryden

Visions Editors' Choice: Pre-confederation

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

Paperback | January 16, 2015

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The editor's choice Pre-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.
Title:Visions Editors' Choice: Pre-confederationFormat:PaperbackDimensions:576 pages, 9.19 × 7.25 × 1.13 inPublished:January 16, 2015Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0176669396

ISBN - 13:9780176669393

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Contact Zones from the 16th to 18th Century: How Did Aboriginal People Perceive European Newcomers?Chapter 2: Women and the Church in New FranceChapter 3: On the Edge of Empires: Acadians and Mi'kmaq in the 18th CenturyChapter 4: The 14th Colony: Nova Scotia and the American RevolutionChapter 5: The Rebellions of 1837-8 in Lower and Upper Canada: Why Did People Take Up Arms Against the Government?Chapter 6: Unfreedom in Early Canada: Race, Empire, and SlaveryChapter 7: Worlds of Work: Pre-Industrial Work, 1860-1880Chapter 8: The Métis and Red River Society: Change, Adaptation, and Resistance, 1830s to 1870sChapter 9: Schools, Prisons, and Asylums in Mid-19th Century British North America: What Did Institutional Reforms Have in Common?Chapter 10: Gender, Race, and Sexuality in Colonial British Columbia, 1849-1871Chapter 11: First Nations and the New EmpireChapter 12: Confederation: What Kind of Country Are We to Have?