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WESTERNHIS 2201EProfSummer

QUEBEC FROM THE BRITISH.doc

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22 Mar 2012
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Quebec from the british conquest to the rebellion of. Part i of the lecture outlines the three constitutions that were provided for british north ameri
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History 2201E Lecture Notes - Mercantilism

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22 Mar 2012
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Celebrations of july 2008: aspects of geography, economy. The main geographic focus is the st. lawrence r. valley, 1608-1763 ( canada ), rather than al
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THE PACIFIC COAST 1860S.doc

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22 Mar 2012
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Introduction: like last week"s lecture on the northwest, this lecture on the region that became british columbia takes us back to the period of first c
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Making the Dominion of Canada.doc

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22 Mar 2012
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Making the dominion of canada: over coming resistance and creating confederation con"t. Dominion of canada, july 1, 1867 n. s, n. b, quebec, ontario. S
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Canadian History: Loyalists

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22 Mar 2012
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Upper Canada

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22 Mar 2012
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Upper canada (ontario), 1790s-1840: how did a colony first settled. Introduction: the first part of this lecture will deal with the establishment and s
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History 2201E Lecture Notes - Thirteen Colonies

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22 Mar 2012
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The impact of european rivalries in north america: new. Colonies; a new nation; losses for native people (1660s-1780s) Introduction: this lecture deals
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THE NORTHWEST BEFORE CONFEDERATION.doc

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22 Mar 2012
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Introduction: the northwest roughly the part of present-day canada that includes the three prairie provinces and northwestern ontario was claimed as. R
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Political and Economic Developments in the Canadas 1840-64.doc

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22 Mar 2012
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Political and economic developments in the canadas, 1840-64: why the. Short but stormy life of this period is important. Introduction: this complex era
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WESTERNHIS 2201EProfWinter

Maritime Colonies to Confederation.doc

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22 Mar 2012
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Introduction: the lecture will focus on the region now known as the. Maritime provinces (excluding newfoundland) during the century before. It will con
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History 2201E great depression.doc

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22 Mar 2012
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Model t first mass produced car 2nd largest selling car in history. Explosion in production best example of early mass production. By the time the depr
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National Policy[1].doc

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22 Mar 2012
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Introduction: the national policies of the macdonald government, and, in particular, the. National policy of protective tariffs initiated in 1879, were
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