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UTSGHIS263Y1Mc KimFall

Newfoundland and the Maritimes

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Royal Takeover

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Lecture Note

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Not recognized as an independent country until the early. 1930s: resistance to confederation was both long-standing and widespread-i. e. vocal opponent
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Clash of Empires

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 struggle between britain and france for imperial supremacy. The profits from their fur trade decreased, whereas britain"s cashcrops allowed for an in
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Lecture Note

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His 263: newfoundland, the northwest & the north to the mid-nineteenth century. November 18, 2010: three women were taken into captivity by newfoundlan
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We Have Lived Here Since the World Began

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Lecture Note

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we lived here since the world began

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World, focuses on the early modern period (1500-1800)  new worlds (the viking age, early european explorations) Beothuk; mi"kmaq: 19th century the beo
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Early European-Aboriginal Interactions

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The new framework for studying history represents a shift away from the views of the nation-state as the unit of analysis towards the atlantic ocean as
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Royal Takeover and the Clash of Empires

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 absolutist: extreme centralized authority by the monarch. 1661: ascends throne until 1715 upon his death. Like louis xii i was a strong believer of m
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Creating Permanent European Outposts

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The fur t rade & the development of new world f rance.  as a result of the cod fishing industry, it became normal for europeans to travel throughout t
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