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Canadian Business History: Innovators and Entrepreneurs

HIST 113- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 34 pages long!)

[HIST 113] Comprehensive winter guide including any lecture notes, textbook notes and exam guides.find more resources at oneclass.com HIST 113 Lecture 1 Tuesday, ...

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HIST113
Catherine Briggs
[HIST 113] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (59 pages long)
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UW HIST 113 FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE find more resources at oneclass.com HIST 113 January 27, 2015 Fur Trade Continued HBCNWC Rivalry Competition between the companies leads to: o Increased expansion in Canada o Violence an...

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HIST113
Catherine Briggs
HIST113 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mercantilism

HIST 113 - Summary of In-Class Notes Fishing - Kings trying to control more parts of the world - No licensing fees - Merchants/traders purchase trade products and sell them in other areas – did s...

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HIST113
Catherine Briggs
HIST113 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Red River Colony, John Cabot, Mercantilism

January 8, 2015 Themes in Business History 1. The First Business – fishing. Role of Government/State:  King of Britain, federal/provincial etc…  Often have same goals but may be in opposition 2. Importa...

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HIST113
Catherine Briggs
HIST113 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: American Fur Company, Yukon River, Yukon Flats

HIST 113 –Midterm Notes for Article Analysis Article: Marketing the Land of Hudson Bay - Summary o HBC traded European goods for furs (exchange system) o Native Americans we...

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HIST113
Catherine Briggs
HIST113 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: The North West Company, Anglo-Saxon Charters, North West Company

HIST 113 –Midterm Review Notes Topic #1: The First Business –Fishing Themes to Consider: - Why were fish such an important resource/staple? - Why were businessmen willing to particip...

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Catherine Briggs
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Catherine Briggs
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Catherine Briggs
HIST 113- Final Articles.docx

Creating a New Staple Capital Technology and Monopoly in BCs Resource Sector 19011925o Main Issue o Thesis o Emergence of Zinc mining reflected a fundamental reconstructing of the industry as search went from deposits of g...

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HIST113
Catherine Briggs
HIST113 Study Guide - Final Guide: Barter, John Molson, Deindustrialization

General course themes 1) Role of gov/state - partnership of business and the state - political concerns not always allied with business 2) importance of “staples” or raw materials in business and history of C...

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HIST113
Catherine Briggs
HIST113 Study Guide - Final Guide: X Window System, Swv, Ibm 7070

 89  ,5907 5 47,9 43,3/390757 80 %0014:3/ ,3/,3/ 807  8.4;07 41 1 8 3,3/1:797,/ 3.43/ 9 430/-03; 7432039, 1,.9478...

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HIST113
Catherine Briggs
HIST113 Study Guide - Final Guide: Timothy Eaton, Stelco, Big Business

Big business What factors lead to the growth of Big business? - Transportation development: railroads & shipping - Scientific development (New technologies) o Refining and extracting mineral ...

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HIST113
Catherine Briggs
HIST113 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Newfoundland And Labrador, Philemon Wright, North West Company

What factors leading to European Exploration? - Exploring new lands (ex. North America) - “Commercial Revolution” (Desire of wealth & power) - Technological advances (allow them to cross oceans) ...

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HIST113
Catherine Briggs

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