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the great depression

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The great depression: the crash, black tuesday (october 29, 1929): the canadian stock market crashed. Fell 300 million dollars in a single day. It echo
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the two twenties

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The two twenties: the elusive twenties, the image of the 20"s is very optimistic. This is part of the 1920"s (fashion, cars, etc emerging), but there i
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WWI: the home front

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28 Feb 2011
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Wwi: the home front february 3: the government"s war 1914. Increasingly, the government moves to suppress its treatment of enemy aliens. ": moved to al
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WWI: the soldier's story

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Wwi: the soldier"s story february 1: the war begins, archduke ferdinand (austro-hungarian empire, as a result of archduke"s assassination, germany inva
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factories, farms and bunkhouses

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Farms, factories, bunkhouses: immigrants and canada during the boom years, despite oliver"s desire to keep out what he would deem as not ideal citizens
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immigration as peril and promise

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Immigration as peril and promise january 13: migration in canadian history. Biggest serge of immigration is during laurier period to wwi. Usually migra
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the assimilation agenda

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December 2: the assimilation agenda: attempts on the national government based in ottawa to assert its authority over indigenous people. It expresses i
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resisting confederation

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East quebec: the term they settled on for canada was dominion , one hypothesis-one of the key fathers of confederation, samuel leonard. Tilley, came ac
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the atlantic colonies: society, politics, and economies to the 1840s

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The atlantic colonies to the mid-nineteenth century: the maritime colonies, nova scotia, new brunswick, and p. e. i, agriculture: fertile regions becam
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economy and society in mid-19thC BNA

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The fiery fifties": following series of progressive irravelments, supporters are making a case for responsible government, characterized by co-operatio
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the rebellion of 1837-8

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Placing canadian history in a larger atlantic world. Ideas that demand and call for dramatic change (political, economic, or cultural). As a result, ce
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lower canada: society, politics, and economy to 1837

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the seven year's war and the fate of the empire in north america

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The seven years war and the fate of empire in north america. Beginnings: came into contact with two people: english fur traders, and land hungry settle
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clash of empires

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Newfoundland, gives up all territory surrounding hudson"s bay, renounce their claim to acadia (small but gradually population in north eastern north am
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the royal takeover and the transformation of new france

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The royal takeover and the clash of empires: the royal takeover. 1661: louis xiv, sun king : rises to the thrown of france. Broadly speaking, it is ess
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christianity, commerce, and the development of new france

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we have lived here since the world began

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We have lived here since the world began": notion that indigenous/aboriginals inhabitants were primitive and unchanging, the opposite is true, rather t
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