Learn how Canada came to be under British rule from the French. Discusses the fight between Britain and France over territory in Canada, specifically those wars and battles in and around Acadia. Format: Library Binding.
Learn how Canada came to be under British rule from the French. ISBN13: 9781422200032. Release Date: September 2007.
How Canada Became Canada). Philadelphia, PA: Mason Crest (Distributed in Canada by Saunders Book Company), 2006
How Canada Became Canada). Philadelphia, PA: Mason Crest (Distributed in Canada by Saunders Book Company), 2006. Britain's Canada describes the continuing hostilities between the French and English, King James I's claiming of Newfoundland for England and the decimation of the Beothuk people. Other topics include explorers Radisson and des Groseilliers and the expansion of the fur trade, the impact of the Hudson's Bay Company, the conquest of Acadia by the British, the Battle of the Plains of Abraham and the establishment of Halifax.
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