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Introduction to Canadian History

Lecture 8 - October 3.docx

Thursday October 3, 2013 History Lecture 8: The Seven Years War: ­war had shaped Britain, the US and Canada.  All were born out of war, it shaped ou...

History
HIS263Y1
Heidi Bohaker
Lecture 46 - March 27.docx

Thursday March 27, 2014 History Lecture 46: Brian Mulroney’s Canada: 1. The Constitution act = the Canada act  2. The Meech Lake and C...

History
HIS263Y1
Heidi Bohaker
HIS263Y1 Lecture Notes - Logic Puzzle, Wrinkle, 18 Months

Lec 8 – The Seven Years War 03/10/2013 10:01:00 AM Turbulent period from 1754-1815  War was a constant feature of life  Three distinct periods of war in this ...

History
HIS263Y1
Heidi Bohaker
HIS263Y1 Lecture Notes - Protestantism

Lec 9 – Aftermath of Conquest 08/10/2013 10:07:00 AM Prologue: forging Canada through war 1) seven years war 1756-1763 (often called French and Indian war in the north  ...

History
HIS263Y1
Heidi Bohaker
HIS263Y1 Lecture Notes - Wartime Elections Act

WWI: The Home Front War and Community o Government and popular community based activity to recruit o The propaganda wasn’t really required since the community was key in enlistment - the ide...

History
HIS263Y1
Heidi Bohaker
HIS263Y1 Lecture Notes - 2006 Ontario Terrorism Plot, English Canada, Le Devoir

The 1911 Election 1910: A Navy, A Journey  Did Two Things That Would Put an End to His Time: o Naval Service Act (Jan 1910, Royal assent May 1910)  Two year discussion involved within the B...

History
HIS263Y1
Heidi Bohaker
HIS263Y1 Lecture Notes - Infant Mortality, Typhoid Fever, Eugenics

Age of Light, Soap and Water Age of Reform  Ida Whipple o 17 yr old highschool student in New Brunswick o Won a prize for an essay on civic improvement o Combined local observation...

History
HIS263Y1
Heidi Bohaker
HIS263Y1 Lecture Notes - Canadian Shield, Mixed Economy, Asiatic Exclusion League

Farms, Factories and Bunkhouses Host Society  Immigrants faced discrimination, Oliver's hierarchy of preferred immigrants mirrored attitudes in the general public  Reactions in the host societies varied ...

History
HIS263Y1
Heidi Bohaker
HIS263Y1 Lecture Notes - Dalton Mccarthy, Clifford Sifton, Henri Bourassa

Wilfred Laurier and Canadian Politics Louis Riel Revisited  Anglo-Protestant vs Franco-Catholic  Martyr vs Father of Manitoba --- the Metis were disturbed as a wounded tortured soul --- then as a Father ...

History
HIS263Y1
Heidi Bohaker
HIS263Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Local Exchange Trading System, Collective Security, Joseph Howe

Making the Dominion Writing a Constitution  The representatives came together to draft a constitutions  72 Resolutions they wrote in Quebec to make framework for a constitution they sent to England  As...

History
HIS263Y1
Heidi Bohaker
HIS263Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Francis Bond Head, Bradford West Gwillimbury, Louis-Joseph Papineau

The Rebellions of 1837-1838 Lower Canada: Unrest & Rebellion  Secret ballot doesn’t happen until 1873, so the elections are open and public  Crowd either says yay or nay to elect  Often physical fighting ...

History
HIS263Y1
Heidi Bohaker
HIS263Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Lower Canada, Cholera, Typhoid Fever

Society and Economy in British North America at Mid-Century: Life in a Revolutionary Age Small Worlds & Major Revolutions  Technological Innovations o Railroads  1850s pivotal in railway c...

History
HIS263Y1
Heidi Bohaker
HIS263Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Seigneurial System Of New France, Smallpox, Northwest Passage

The Far North, the Northwest, the Northwest Coast to the Mid- 19th Century  Running out of land so people begin moving northward  Railroad to settle the West easier  Late 1500s and re-emerges in the 19th ...

History
HIS263Y1
Heidi Bohaker
HIS263Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Stagecoach, Rideau Canal, Welland Canal

Upper Canada: Society, Politics + Economy to 1837 Society  Immigration Patterns - huge influx of immigration to Canada to Upper Canada and the USA migration stops because they wanted to go West (less cold) ...

History
HIS263Y1
Heidi Bohaker
HIS263Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Responsible Government, Maliseet, Scottish Enlightenment

The Mid-Atlantic Region to the Mid-Nineteenth Century  Each of these colonies are small and controlled by very small ruling elite from Britain with appointed governments  By the end of 1850s, all 4 of th...

History
HIS263Y1
Heidi Bohaker

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