Do you want to know how Canada became one of the richest nations on Earth Read about the 50 most important events in Canadian History, from the first Settlement to the Present Day This book will give you a comprehensive overview of the Canadian history Author James Weber did the research and compiled this huge list of events that changed the course of this nation forever Some of them include Prehistoric hunters cross over into North America from Asia 30,000 10,000 BC The Inuit people begin to move into what are now the Northwest Territories 2000 BC Leif Ericsson leads Viking expedition to the new World C.1000 AD Martin Frobisher sails to the Hudson Bay 1576 Samuel de Champlain establishes a French colony 1608 Treaty of Saint Germain en Laye returns Qu bec to France 1632 Treaty of Utrecht 1713 Great Britain founds Halifax 1749 The USA invades British colonies 1812 14 The provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan are created 1905 World War II 1939 45 The St Lawrence Seaway Opens 1959 The Qu bec referendum on sovereignty is narrowly defeated 1995 Canada declines to enter the War in Iraq 2003 and many many The book includes pictures and explanations to every event, making this the perfect resource for students and anyone wanting to broaden their knowledge in histoy Download your copy now Tags history, world history, history books, history of the world, human history, world history textbook, history books for kids, earth history, geographic history, earth history kindle, human history, history books for kids age 9 12, history of the world part 1, canadian history nonfiction, history books for kids age 7 9, history books for young readers, history books for children, canadian history books, history books for kindle, canadian history encyclopedia, canadian history, canadian history books, canadian history for dummies, canadian history textbook, canada history books, canada history, canada...
|Title||:||History: Canadian History in 50 Events: From Early Settlement to the Present Day (Canadian History For Dummies, Canada History, History Books) (History in 50 Events Series) (Volume 12)|
|Publisher||:||CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform June 24, 2016|
|Number of Pages||:||108 pages|
|File Size||:||597 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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History: Canadian History in 50 Events: From Early Settlement to the Present Day (Canadian History For Dummies, Canada History, History Books) (History in 50 Events Series) (Volume 12) Reviews
I have read many of the books by this author before and I wasn't disappointed with this book either. I love the list method of getting at history. It is much easier to digest and remember when broken down this way and the pictures only amplify this effect. I had no idea of the depth of history of Canada until reading this book. It was shocking to me that some of these things in history could even be true. However, the author did his homework in making this book accurate and true to history!
I did not know much about the history of Canada as it is not as well publicized as other countries like the United States. So for more reading this book was largely a new discovery. The treaty of Saint Germain-Ey-Laye was my favorite chapter. As you read through the book you realisze how much of a vast history Canada actually has. I highly recommend this book to others who want to do a bit of dusting up on their Canadian History.
Great read! It's short compared to other history books but it's very comprehensive. It's also not boring to read since it was beautifully summarized and it has pictures not unlike the other books that are plain text. The events were explained in brief paragraphs so you'll already have an idea what happened on that event. I've never really thought about Canada's history but a friend of mine who's living in Canada intrigued me so I got this book and it didn't disappoint me.
This book Provides visual, period, political and document based. I learned allot of historical information and views of Canadian history. If you want to know too about Canadian history, this book will help you know the history of Canada in a well written and organize form. What makes me love reading this is it contains a number of events in Canadian history that left mark on the lives of the people of the time and in the minds of later generations.
This is a great little book to pick up for those who would like to understand the great white north a little bit better. Being a Canadian, much of the book I already knew, but Weber style of writing was very engaging. He kept me wanting to read more and more, and I actually have a better understanding of a country with so few people, yet such a diverse population. Four thumbs up to Weber!
Canada's culture and history explained in a nutshell. Surprisingly they a well constructed historic time line of Canada's roots. It was easy to understand and grasp the great history which you don't usually get from a lot of lenghty history books. I felt that they tried to tackle all the important events and highlighted the important stuff to stick to readers in a straight forward manner.
The book was a super quick read. Each event was given, on average, a page and a half of information. I am going to reread it several times, using it more as a gateway to more detailed books on the topics presented. I will be looking at others in this collection.
This is worth to be read. Very informative and interesting facts about Canada history. This book will let you know the other important history information about Canada and how Canada became one of the riches state in America.