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oct 12

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Department
History
Course Code
HIS263Y1
Professor
Mc Kim/ Penfold

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HIS 263 October 12
History, what happened
What people say happen
English trying to intergrate the French Canadians there
Remembering the conquest
oDiffering perspectives
Language, religion, justice system
Older perspective
o19th century sentiment influence shapes the way it
oWillaim kingsburg not tested
oFirst history of Canada
oGives voice expresses many English speaking provinces
oInforming interpretation
oNot a bad thing for the Canadian French people
oNew France was backward
oUnenterprising oppressive
oGood for the French, vastly superior enlightened British regime
oIt was dynamic
oProsperous moving forward, free not oppressive, English
oFreedom expresses manliness
oCommunal or national context French Canadians humiliation
Resulted in dominant English speaking people to assimilate them
That was religious language do away with French distinction
Survey teens early 20s their reflection
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HIS 263 October 12 History, what happened What people say happen English trying to intergrate the French Canadians there Remembering the conquest o Differing perspectives Language, religion, justice system Older perspective o 19 century sentiment influence shapes the way it o Willaim kingsburg not tested o First history of Canada o Gives voice expresses many English speaking provinces o Informing interpretation o Not a bad thing for the Canadian French people o New France was backward o Unenterprising oppressive o Good for the French, vastly superior enlightened British regime o It was dynamic o Prosperous moving forward, free not oppressive, English o Freedom expresses manliness o Communal or national context French Canadians humiliation Resulted in dominant English speaking people to assimilate them That was religious language do away with French distinction Survey teens early 20s their reflection www.notesolution.com
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