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Class Notes for HIS314H1 at University of Toronto St. George

Quebec and French Canada (formerly HIS314Y1)

HIS314H1 Lecture Notes - Henri Bourassa, Frederick George Scott, Louis-Joseph Papineau

HIS314 French Canada and the First World War October 1 2012 th Changes in...

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HIS314H1
Kenneth Mills
HIS314H1 Lecture Notes - Le Devoir, Industrial Revolution, Canadian Identity

HIS314 Migration, Colonization, and Rebellions September 24 2012h - During the Quiet Revolution, the concept of French Canada switched from a cultural and ...

History
HIS314H1
Kenneth Mills
HIS314H1 Lecture Notes - English Canada, Charlottetown Conference, Industrial Revolution

HIS314 Confederation, Industrialization, and Catholicism September 17 2012 Test: - Section ONE – IDs o Identify and explain the significance of a person, place, event brou...

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HIS314H1
Kenneth Mills
Lecture 2

History of Quebec Lecture 2 January 16 20121960s Quebec singersongwriter culture folk revival but also different in its own political trajectoriesexplosion of political expression and thought1 emergence of the modern separ...

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HIS314H1
Kenneth Mills
Lecture 1

thHIS314H1 January 9 2012debates about reasonable accommodationrecently there has been an idea that the French culture in Quebec was under threat In 2007 the issues was discussed by the Prime minister of Quebec and it was ...

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HIS314H1
Kenneth Mills
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