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UTMHIS261H5Richard WhiteSummer

Lecture 5 Notes

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20 Jun 2011
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Lecture 5: canada being with arrival of europeans, what could they have done w/o aboriginals, nfl -> fishery being distinctive, normal/conventional set
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UTMHIS261H5Richard WhiteSummer

Lecture 3 Notes

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20 Jun 2011
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Lecture 3: new france, english colonies, french/english conflicts, aftermath of conquest. New france: canada began at st. lawrence settlement o o. Inde
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UTMHIS261H5Richard WhiteSummer

HIS261H5 Lecture Notes - Primitive Culture, Saguenay River

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20 Jun 2011
26
Lecture 1: "discover" and "founding, physical geogrpahy, west coast -> mountains western cordillera. > plateaus, lot of land but not farmable: interior
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UTMHIS261H5Richard WhiteWinter

Canadian History Lecture 1.docx

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22 May 2012
30
Overview of pre-contact "canada": different cultural groups. Canada was founded in a different sense, 1867 is a political event, and however canada was
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UTMHIS261H5Richard WhiteWinter

HIS261H5 Lecture Notes - Central Canada, Transcanada Pipeline

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2 Apr 2013
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Process of returning canada back from war to peace. First task was to bring back all the service personal from overseas (300,000 of them) Government wa
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UTMHIS261H5Richard WhiteSummer

Lecture 4 Notes

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20 Jun 2011
21
Lecture 4: aboriginal territory recognized by british needed protection => followed 11 years later by quebec. Act: old colonies from the atlantic didn"
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UTMHIS261H5Richard WhiteWinter

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22 May 2011
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No formal french activities 1540 -1600 but growing commercial fishery. French king can obtain the land but not the ocean. Green fishery- fish preserved
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UTMHIS261H5Richard WhiteWinter

HIS261H5 Lecture Notes - English Canada, Lower Canada, Big Country

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12 Apr 2013
22
British territory, increasing number of scottish & irish were involved in farming viable, agricultural communities got established. Fishery communities
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UTMHIS261H5Richard WhiteWinter

HIS261H5 Lecture Notes - Anti-Imperialism, Imperial Preference, Great Coalition

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12 May 2013
27
Overview: 1867 july 1st, canada s founding. Problems: not the start of canada, canada was initially founded by the french, this was not the beginning o
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UTMHIS261H5Richard WhiteWinter

HIS261H5 Lecture Notes - October Crisis, Biculturalism, Aboriginal Peoples In Canada

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12 May 2013
28
12 the 1960s and the end of postwar era. 8 answers that will answer in two hours. Every question should be done in 15 minutes. Questions will be one fr
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UTMHIS261H5Richard WhiteWinter

HIS261H5 Lecture Notes - Land Tenure, Christian Island, Today Today

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12 May 2013
33
02 the colony of new france: the canadien roots of canada (1600 to 1760s) They discovered it, claimed it, then left it. What did develop was a commerci
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UTMHIS261H5Richard WhiteWinter

HIS261H5 Lecture Notes - The Strongest, Canadian Shield, Royal Ontario Museum

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12 May 2013
20
08 the first big boom: canada enters the twentieth century. Canada s second generation (up until the beginning of the first world war) Brief recap of l
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