The Structure of Canadian History
Designed for courses on Pre and Post Confederation History of Canada.
Finlay/Sprague is the only combined Pre/Post Confederation introductory textbook available in the Introductory Canadian History market. As a combined text, it offers a significant price advantage over competing split volumes. This text takes a political and sociological approach to Canadian history, and has been updated to include recent analysis of historical events. Written within in a solid chronological framework, the text provides a clear, comprehensive survey of the subject and good integration between traditional and new approaches to history. This text will prepare students well in the basic chronologies of Canadian history while providing the most up-to-date tools for research through its weblinks.
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Almost 800 farms accommodating a population of almost 3000 persons emerged
on this basis largely without military organization or direction . The persons
charged with the secular government of the three administrative districts of the
Ottawa responded with a discriminatory landing fee , at first , of $ 100 per person ,
increased to $ 500 per person in 1903 . ... Ontario , however , lost almost as many
persons to the West and to the United States as arrived from abroad between ...
5 million people ( or 30 percent of the country ' s total population ) lived in towns
of even 1000 or more persons . The rest inhabited the parts designated as “ rural
. ” By 1911 the balance was shifting towards an even split , with 46 percent of the