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Department
History
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HIST 124
Professor
Steven J Maynard

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Week 1 10 September 2012 “The Loonie-Toonie Approach to History” War of 1812: -First Nations fought for themselves against the USA (Tecumseh) -British wanted to reward him, he turned it down -Didn’t technically fight side by side with First Nations -The Canadian government is currently misrepresenting the war -> why is gov’t putting so much money into 200 anniversary of 1812? -Coins + Canadian History = Canada as a capitalist country -Gov’t repetitive use “our” -> excludes First Nations -> Liberals support the individual -liberalism and capitalism are relatively recent: not even 200 years old -many countries establish social an
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