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.
Dr. Bryden received her BA from Trent University, her MA and PhD from York University in Toronto. She works primarily in the area of postwar Canadian political and constitutional history. She is particularly interested in the development of public policies and the negotiation of power within the federal system.Dr. Lux teaches Canadia...
Title:Visions Editors' Choice: Pre-confederationFormat:PaperbackDimensions:576 pages, 9.19 × 7.25 × 1.13 inPublished:January 16, 2015Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

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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?