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UTSGECO100Y1RostnFall

lec 4

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Why we tend to follow his approach to understanding eco history rather then others. Harold innis his background, his method and the way we approach eco
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Lect 11

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There was a heavy battle between the french and english and many were killed. The english won the battle, which means they were going to take over the
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Lect 7

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You will recall that the last of the staples was the timber. Timber was looked upon as a good entre into the british market. Under the mercantilist arr
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Lect 6

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The americans have a rich history of story themselves. The first coming, the blue bloods or puritans were the aristocrats. Washington with framers agai
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ECO100Y1 Lecture Notes - Chartered Company

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Maritimes means new brunswick, nova scotia, prince edward island. It has a been effect on the economy. The other factors, prairies, mines, weather surp
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Notes

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Why we tend to follow his approach to understanding eco history rather then others. Harold innis his background, his method and the way we approach eco
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